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 ALL THE NEWS  While it's  NEWS  ��  The Oldest Established  Newspaper  in the Boundry.  ��  4  VOL. 15  GREENWOOD,   B.iC,   FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11.  1910.  No. 10  Getting a  Little Cool!  Time (or a Nice Warm Suit of Underwear  We have just received a large shipment of  the celebrated Hevvson Pure Wool Underwear, Sweaters and Sweater Coats. Nothing better.    See our window this week,  Also.don't forget   we  haye  the Heating Stoves to  help keep warm.  Russell-Law-Caulfield Compy  Hardware, Crockery, Groceries, Men's and Boy's Goods  GREENWOOD, B. G  =^  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Direct From the Factory  A Swell Line of Fine  Cocoa   Door   Mats  $1.00 up  PLAIN AND  FANCY FROM  Everything in the Furniture Line.  >fc  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -  Phone 27  r��� .  P. BURNS & CO.  ��  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Fresh Meats  Poultry and Game  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  VICTORY FOR  THE DEMOCRATS  Tuesday's Election in the States  Shows Large   Gains   for  the Bourbon Party.  A GENERAL LAND SLIDE  The Tariff Issue Main Cause  For the   Reverse of   the  Republican Party  For the first time in nearly thirty  years the electors of the United States  have returned to congress a majority  of Democratic representatives as a  protest against the tariff in foice in  that country. For this result the  present "high cost of living" and the  failure of the Republican party to  satisfactorily fulfil its promises when  last revising the tariff must be blamed.  The Democrats have gained 40  seats in the national house of representatives, assuring them not only control but also a substantial maioritv.  The victory and gain is widespread,  Democratic gains showing in every  state. Many Democratic congressmen were elected to seats in districts  formerly held by Republicans, while  the Republican majorities were generally reduced in every state.  While the senate will still remain  Republican, many new Democratic  faces will be seen in the seats so long  occupied by Republicans  In New York state the victory was  decidedly Democratic, Mr. Roosevelt's candidate for governor on the  but under normal labor conditions  this stretch shoijld be completed  next year.  Remember the Date  The ladies <$ St. Jude's Guild  will hold their annual Bazaar  and High Tea in the Auditorium  ou Nov. 16th, afternoon arid evening. There will be booths of  fancy work, [home-in a dc* candy,  home-made jams and pickles,  flowers and a Xmas tea for the  children. High tea will be served from 5:30 until 7:30, followed  by a program ot music and childrens' drill, fancy dances, singing, etc., and end with a dance.  Afternoon free. Admission to  High Tea and dance, 50c; children 25c.    Everybody come.  HEADS OF CITY  They Met Mohcay Night and  Transact the TJsual Bust*'  ness ot the Council,  LAY QUESTION  BEFORE COUNTRY  British Government Announee  Intention to   Test Home  Rule All Round.  UNIONIST SAY IT IS TRAP  To Be Submitted to the Voters  For Their Adoption or  Rejection,  November 7th, present Mayor  Mcintosh, Aldermen Sutherland,  Sater and McKee.  Minutes of previous meeting  read and adopted!  Letters. from ! Roy aud Boyer offering to paj half cost of a  new sidewalk in  root of the Na  tional hotel, ordered filed, and  offer accepted but! the cost not to  ex<jeed $15. Movei by Aid. Sater,  seconded by Aid] McKee, that  By-law 6 1910 {be reconsidered  adopted and finally passed.  Finance committee reported the  Jt j* Jt Jt Jt J* Jt j* jc js/jt jl jt jt jt jt jt .Jt Jt jt j�� Jt jl jt jt Jtjtjtjtjtjtjtjtjt-^  I FIRST RATE CAFE 3  <*    '.  AT THE      Hf>  fc _      _     __^ _ %  WINDSOR HOTEL 3  greenwood. b. o. \  Open Day and Night    5  ERNIE CARTIER, Manager 3  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 Express and Freight.  GILLIS <St LAING, Pus.  following bills * correct: Sing  Republican ticket having been beaten|^un& $4-00, Cijty Waterworks  by about 75,000 majority, dMfc&M&%MkWM&#��W* **���*���  be attributed to the Democratic landslide in Tuesday's election in the  states. Among which stands out most  prominent is the recent Aldrich tariff  bill which is alleged to be the primary  cause for the present high prices of  necessities. Among other causes is  the insurgent members of the Republican party who voted with the Democrats in order to get rid of Speaker  Cannon and thus put the Republican  party in an attitude other than a one-  man party.  And still another cause may be attributed, and that is that ex-President Roosevelt might be shorn of  some of his arrogance and bombast, a  large number of Repubricans voted  the Democratic ticket, and especially  in New York state.  The people generally in the states  are becoming tired of the ex-president's spectacular, pyrotechnic continuous show which savors of rule or  ruin. His blatant attitude of supremacy regardless of the mandates of the  people is becoming nauseating in the  nostrils of the American people as  well as the entire universe, and the  reverse in New York state is but a  just retribution to a man who is fast  loosing his ' power and will only be  remembered as the ruthless slaughtei  of big game in the jungles of  Africa.  A further step has been taken in  the direction of "home rule all  round," now the leading issue in  British politics. It is announced that  the government will take measures  to bring the whole question before  the country. Whether the method  adopted will be the usual one of a  general election is not as yet clear,  but no doubt now remains that the  liberal party in future will adopt federation of the United Kingdom as its  principal plank.  A curious situation will thus be  created. For decades the Unionist  party has been fighting home rule for  Ireland. Should the leaders of the  Unionists now concede, as a result  of the veto conference, the settlement  of the constitutional dispute on federal lines they can hardly escape the  reproach of having turned their political coat in very remarkable fashion.  The imperial aspect of the scheme  of course appeals to the Unionists.  Imperial federation is one of their  planks and to be forced to oppose it  in order to cling to their principles of  no home rule for Ireland would place  them in an entirely false position be-  Moved by i^^ter^��M<wdfid  by Aid McKee "that $4000.00 be  paid the Bank of Montreal on account of temporary loan.  Moved by Aid. Sater. seconded  by Aid. Sutherland, that the citv  driver, be instructed to render  what assistance he can to the  rink committee. Moved by Aid.  Sutherland, seconded by Mayor  Mcintosh that Aid. Sater and  Aid. MeKee together with the  Mayor be the court of revision  for the voters list.    Carried.  Council adjourned.  Gazette vs. Geo. A. Belton. judgement was given in favor of the Gazette in the sum of #359.92 with costs,  Alex Miller a well known mining  expert in the boundary, was married  at Monticello, Mo., on Oct., t2th,  to Miss E. L. Barnes of that city.  They will reside in Vancouver.  DR. CRIPPEN  GETS A STAY  'I he third annual National Apple  show will talcee place at Spokane  from the 14th to the 19th of November. All railways lines arc offering  verv low passenger rates.  Montreal gathered in fully a million  dollars for taxes from real estate  owners in one day.  Execution  Postponed Pending  Investigation of Rumor in  the United States,  DATE FIXED FOR NOV, 22  His Wife Said to Be Alive But  No Credence it Given to  the Statement.  Arthur P. Hcnzie in the U. S.  district court at New York has been  sentenced to ten days in jail for inducing a witness to go to Canada.  FIRST COAL SHIPMENT  Grand Forks Gets the Initial  Car of Midway Fuel.  How they will' get out of this di-  lema remains to be seen. A probable solution is that they may refuse  to be parties to any federation scheme  that is not kept free of party politics  and is at the same time a scheme devised for the good of the empire as a  whole.  That the Imperial conference in  London next year will deal with the  question is not bv any means certain.  The program as already published  contains no hint of a discussion of  federation. Whether late developments will lead to a revision of the  program is as yet unsettled. It is  considered probable that if the subject it broached at all it will be in  purely tentative fashion and with a  view to elicit merely hints and suggestions for future guidance.  The Canadian Northern Vancouver Island railway is announced for  an immediate start.  C. P. R. trains are now being despatched by phone between Moose-  jaw and Broadview.  Canadian peaches are selling for  two bits a piece in Liverpool, but  there are "peaches" in British Columbia the Royal Exchange could  could not buy.  Steamships and railways at Mon  treal report a total emigration to Canada for the year ending March 1910,  of 94,800 persons.  A fire destroyed the Royal skating  rink at Montreal recently. The  damage is about $40,000.  ^KH>J?m^^��?m^ ���?�����;  The execution of Dr. II H.  Crippen, murderer of his -A-ife-,  was postponed. The order ot  postponement that Crippen vt-.uld  fie brought to tbe gallons on  Nov. 22. Crippen originally was  to be hanged on Noy. SitBen-  tonville prison.  The general belief here is that  the postponement, is in accordance with an ancient custom that  gives a condemned man two Sundays between the dates "f hi*, final hearing and his execution.  Crippen was overjoyed when he  heard of the postponement, say  iug: "I believe that something  yet will intervene to prove my  innocence."  TEN YEARS AGO.  (From Boandarv Creek Times of Nov. 7. *90Q(  Geo. W. Rumberger has been  elected mayor of Phoenix, with D.  Mclnnis, Jno. A. Morrin, James  Punch, Jas. Marshall and Michael  McBeau as alderman.  Dave  Bannerman of Bannerroaa  down judgement in fovor of Ludgate  in the famous Deadmans Island Vancouver case so long in Litigation.  Vernon has a board of trade composed of 106 members.  In the election at Drummond,  Quebec, the Liberal candidate for  the Dominion was defeated by the  Nationalist by a fair size majority.  The first car of Midway coal  left last week for Grand Forks  and has met with general approy-  al. Umbiassed parties say that  it looks first class.  Pretty drills and graceful dances will be given by Greenwood's  children and fair maidens, at the  auditorium on Nov, 16, at 8  o'clock. Afternoon free. High  Tea and programme SO cents.  High Tea served from 5:30 until  7:30   Labor More Mentiful  Duncan Ross, who has a contract on the line of the Grand  Trunk Pacific arrived in Vancouver from the north, He says  labor is coming more freely to  railway camps and contractors  now have about all they can handle during the winter season. Construction has not yet started on  the 55 mile stretch at  Aldermere  Meeting of Rink Committee  At the general meeting of the  Greenwood skating and curling  rink held in the city ball Tuesday evening, it was decided to go  ahead at once with the incorporation of the company, and tbe  construction of the building. A  building comittee was appointed,  consisting of H. McCutcheon, W.  B. Fleming, Jas. McCreath, L.  L. Matthews and Alex Greig.  Messrs. R. G. Hargreaves, Lester  McKenzie, E. R. Redpath, A, E.  Braithwaite and A. Sater were  added to the finance committee.  Mr. Chas. Kinney was appointed  trustee until tbe company was incorporated. About $3,500 have  been subscribed to date and there  are still a number of those  wealthy citizens to hear from.  Thanks,  The B. C. Times' staff were the  recipients this week of two large  packages of most; excellent fruit  ���grapes, pears and apples���from  L. A. Smith & Co., of Anaconda,  which was thoroughly enjoyed by  all. It proved very perishable  after reaching a hungry printing  staff, but their appreciation was  unmistakable.  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  Nelson adopts a publicity scheme  that entails the raising of five thousand dollars to start and carry on the  work.    They mean business.  Fierce rioting in Chicago streets  occur between the striking garment  workers and the police and has caused  many fatalities.  Matrons and Hand Maidens���Take  a look at those Hand and Elecrric  Vacum cleaners, saic* to be the big  gest sort of an improvement on old  time methods of house-cleaning. At  A. L. White's.  The Vancouver National Apple  show has proved a huge success and  the Boundary country comes off with  flying colors. Keiowna taking first  prize of $1,000 for its car of Jonathans and Grand Forks takes second  prize for its fruit and to which a very  large number of prizes for individual  exhibitors.          As a result of a financial panic  many very extensive failures have  taken place in China. Hope, is entertained that the favorable reception  of Chinese bonds in England may  relieve the situation.  The wholesale grocery establishment of A. McDonald company,  Winnipeg, suffered very severely by  fire on Nov. 1st causing a loss of  ��200,000.          The sportsmen will revel in the  pages of the October Man to Man.  The illustrations in an article entitled  "Where Women Share the Sports of  Men," include likenesses of several  ladies well known in Vancouver.  The Greenwood Glee club has  been organized with rooms at the  Auditorium.       The Phoenix Presbyterians have  decided to call a pastor.  A report comes from Rossland that  R. E. L. Brown has a deal on for  the New Denver mine at Summit  camp.  The Presbyterians of Greenwood  have decided to extend a call to Rev.  W. H. Anderson, who has been in  the district for some time.  In   the   suit   before   His   Honor  Judge Brown,   of the  Grand  Forks  SCHOOL REPORT  Following is the school report  for October:  DIVISION 1���J. L. WATSON.  Pupils actually attending       21  Average daily  attendance  1935  Percentage of regularity  92.14  Pupils present every session���  Maud Eales, Worthington Fair.  Esther Lawson, Donald McAllister, Grace Redpath, Robert  Smith, Sutherland Smith, Dick  Taylor.  DIVISION   II�����. CI.ARK CAUJWKU.  Pupils actually attending        2.-.  Average daily attendance  21.60  Percentage of regularity  93 91  Pupils present every session���  Hazel Eddie. Lillian Eddy,  Mayme Lewis, Harold McKenzie,  Vera Redpath, Arthur Rees, 'Ted  Proctor, George Roots, Ruby  Smith, Tom Taylor, Lucille  Smith,  DIVISION   III���V. M.   CUNNINGHAM.  Pupils actually attending        i���  Average daily  attendance-  29 05  Percentage of regularity  80 69  Pupils present every session���  Arthur Eales, Jack Eales, Francis Jordon, Sadie Jordan, Sam  McAllister, Ralph Pond, Jack  Rainbow, Muriel Redpath, Catherine Rees, Luise Schnlli, Edith  Wilcox. Gee Yen, Gee y unrig.  Times are bright, business is better  and the outlook encouraging.  P. Burns secures control of a two-  million dollar copper mine in Mexico.  It has been discovered that bogus  passenger tickets are being issued to  defraud the C, P. R., but the perpetrators have been found out.  The ladies of the Church of England intend holding a Bazaar in the  Masonic building on thc 28th and  29th of November, 1900. Thus  history repeats itself, and a repeat  will take place on the 16th of Nov.,  1910.    Chas. E. Betts, resident manager  of the Cariboo company, was in the  city from Camp McKinney this week.  L. C Hodge succeeds J. H. Ward  as manager of the V. and N. Telephone company in this city.  Aid. Geo. Cropley and Mrs. Lillian Johnson v.��:rc married at Anaconda by the  Rev. B. H. Balderson.  Fresh fish, oysters  and shell fish at  the Windsor.  Hugh McKee met with a serious  accident while on a trip to the Similkameen country. While trying to  corral his horses he fell over a high  bank causing serious injury to his  head and loosing his power of speech,  which after a long period is restored  and recovers his usual health.  Subscribe for Tbe Times. THE*   BOUNDARY    CREEK TIMES  Sgflmmffl^^  &=���>  CF*  CF*  <p*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Q=*  CF*  <��=<  CF*  CF*  ��2  CF*  CF*  <F*  C-=>-  Cr*  Q=<  71  ..Bank of Montreal..  ESTABLISHED 1817-  Capital,' all paid np, $14,400,000.       Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $2.7.628.5*5  Hon. President:   Lord Strathcona and Mount Koval, U. U M. i��.  President:    Sik Gkorok, A. Drdmmond.K.C. M. ('..  Vice-President and General Manager :    Sik E. S. Clouston, Haht  Branches in London, Eng. {c^htnPrc^L} New York, Chicago,  Buy  aud sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partfcf the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  ��� Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOg^JHanager. _  'teT  *. r*  >��=-**  te5  te5  te5  te?  w/*  te-9  te5  te5  te-9  te5  te5  tei*  te5  tei>  te5  te��>  *=5  te-9  te-9  te5  1836  THE BANK OF  1910  British North America  74 Year, in Business.        Capital and Resorvs Over $7,000,000.  Banking  by Mail  is a great convenience to those  who live some distance from  town.  Deposits may be sent in, cash  druwu, or other business transacted by Mail, without  any trouble ur delay.  Write  or  ask  our  Local  Manager  to  explain   our  system to you.  Greenwood Branclv-vR A. CHESTER, Manager.  Ub��  Boundary Creek Times  U*u��d Cv*rv Tridav  SUHNCRlPTKlNS IN  A l>V a NL'E.  PBK   YhiK  Six Moniria .  To FucbioN Counihiub.  2 00  1 25  2 SO  fKII'AY. NGVKMI'EK ll.l'lin.  PURE FOOD  Tbis is scarcely the linie of  year to talk maple svrup, that  delicious article of food which  the few remaining maple forests  or sugar hushes of eastern Canada still ufford. A bulletin on the  subject recently issued bv the detriment of Inland Revenue,  however, brings the subject forward. This bulletin shows that  some good work has been done by  the testing laboratory of the department ia giving a knowledge  of the tricks of trade practised in  regard to maple sugar and syrup.  In march, 1905, the department  tested 'J7 samples of syrup gathered from various localities, and  the tests showed that only IS per  cent of the samples was genuinir.  In May of thc same year 75  samples analyzed showed 5*> per  cent genuine. The analyses went  on from year to year with vary  ing results���-in 1907 there was 65  per cent of purity. In 1905 it  was 87 per cent. In 1910 the percentage was 85 per cent for March  tests, while the examination of  138 samples in May showed 117  to be genuine, 4 doubtful and 17  adulterated. It will, therefore,  be seen tbat results of the watchfulness of the department bas  been a general improvement in  purity, and that to this extent  the interests of the people are  protected. The principal value  of the tests is to show that the  department is taking an effective  iutertU iu promoting the purity  of the country's food supply and  that makers aud dealers incur  considerable risk in practising  adulteration.  tbe wishes of mothers so that  tbe new high school will probably be a better building than was  originally planned. In the second case publicity lo the charges  of favoritism ou the part of an  official of the city resulted in the  rejection of old bids thut would  have caused waste of money and  in the offering of new bids whose  prices are so much lower than  those of the previous bids that  acceptance of the lowest bid will  save the city much money.  Publicity pays. It quickens  the sense of responsibility id public affairs. It encourages public  officials by the expression of appreciation for faithfulness and  competence. It bridles lax or  unworthy public servants by its  exposure of their unfitness to administer affairs.  A PRETTY WEDDING  Former    Greenwood   Couple  Get Married  A quiet but pretty wedding  took place at New Westminster  on Wednesday eventng, October  36th, at the residence of Mr. and  Mrs. Geo. Reid, Seventh street,'  when Miss Oliye Siphrina Roberts, sister of Mrs, Ried, and Mr.  Alfred Ernest Thomas of Nanaimo, were united in marriage by  the Rev. A. F. Baker of the  Olivet Baptist church. The bride  entered the parlor on the arm of  her brother-in-law, Mr. George  Reid, who gave her away. She  looked very pretty gowned in a  cream figured silk trimmed with  silk chiffon lace and wore pearls  in her hair. She carried a shower bouquet of cream bridal roses.  Tbe bridesmaid. Miss Sarah Law-  son, of Vancouver, looked dainty  in a pale pink Nuns veiling and  carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds. Tbe groom was supported by Mr Omer Roberts, brother  of the bride. After the ceremony  a tasty supper was served, and  shortly afterward tbe bride aud  groom left amidst showers of  rice and confetti for Vancouver  enroute for Nanaimo where they  will make their home. The  bride's traveling costume was a  dark green Venetian cloth, tailor-  made coat and skirt, and a black  velvet hat trimmed with ostrich  tips. The bride was tbe recipient of many very beautiful wedding presents.  MAIL ORDER BUSINESS  "The   mail  order   business  is  spreading its commercial tentacles in  every direction," says the  Toronto Monetary Times.    "Retail houses in Frederictou, N. B.,  are complaining of  the competition.    The local  board of  trade  is in favor of taking stepB to combat   the invasion.    As  to which  is   the   best    method,    opinions  naturallv are divided.    The statement was made that postmasters  and  school  teachers throughout  the province act as agents for the  distribution of  mail  order catalogues in return for presents and  payment of life insurance premi-  Hard on the French  Kingston Standard, Con.:   Let  us look this  question squarely in  the face and get at the facts. The  French-Canadians do   not   want  tbeir children tp learn English.  If they did they would send them  to   schools   taught  by ;.Eaglisb:  teachers. ���. The^^stikWa^ilti&lisW^  ������   ~7s^^-���.'!*P^^:-< .  want to perpettfate their '������Itttu.gti*!  age in Ontario, and, if possible,  to extend it throughout the whole  province. That is their object  and there is no use in blinking  the matter. They have driven  the English out of the Eastern  townships of the province of Quebec and they are now taking possession of the Ottawa Valley in  Ontario. And how are they doing it? By breeding an ignorant,  illiterate race of children. Bishop Fallon has said so and he  ought to know.  urns,  The  query:  'Is   New  Brunswick  the only  province so  affected?" seems relevant.  PUBLICITY PAYS   .  The value of publicity iu municipal affairs has again been  demonstrated to Spokane, sayB  the Spokesman-Review. The  first occasion in mind was when  the parents of school children  protested against the secretly prepared plans for a new building  for the South Central High  school. The second was when a  firm of dealers in fire apparatus  protested against the requirements with which bids must comply. In the first place publicity  resulted in regard being shown  for the judgment of  fathers and  The North Pole  The indications are that the  North Pole will retain its title,  "Great Undiscovered," for some  time to come. Everybody knows  that Dr. Cook's claim was a fake,  and a distinguished German astronomer asserts that Commander Peary'H voyage was equally  without results. In the meantime an anxious public awaits  the return of Captain Hernier,  who has pledged himself to return with the much sought magnet safely packed in aurora bore-  alis in the hold of the good ship  "Artie."  One of the Big Industries  Beyond a question of doubt  fruit canning is to be one of tbe  biggest industries of the Dominion. It is not so long ago that  you heard this same talk in regard to salmon canning. Some  listened; they profited. Others  laughed; they are being laughed  at now.  Mr. Fruit-grower, do not be of  the latter type. It is all to your  advantage that a fruit cannery  should be located in your vicinity.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for additions and alterations to  the Public Building, Nanaimo, B.  C," will be received at this office until 4.00 p. m., on Monday, November 28, 1910, for the work mentioned. ':'  Plans, specifications and form of  contract <tan be seen and forms of  tender obtained at this department, on  application) to the Caretaker, Public  Building, l^anaimo, B. C, and at the  office of Mr. Wm. Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C.  Persons .tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures,  stating their occupalion and places of  residence, lfci the cases of firms, the  actual signature, the nature of the  occupation and place of residence of  each member of the firm must be  given.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, equal to 10 per cent (10 p.  c) of thfe amount of the tender,  which will be forfeited if the person  tendering decline to enter into a contract wherj called upon to do so, or  fail to complete the work contracted  for. If ihe tender be not accepted  the chequfe will be returned.  The department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. ;  \       By order,  }R. C. DESROCHERS,  I; Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa,  October 27, 1910.  Newspapers will not be paid for  this advertisement if they insert it  without authority from the Department,      i  Loss Six Billion Feet  The first rough estimate of the  loss in the district of forest fires  in Montana and Northern Idaho  has been completed by officials of  the government forestry seryice.  Six billion board feet of timber  valued at about $15,000,000 was  destroyed and the total area  burned over in this one district  was put at 1.250,000 acres.  At the present rate of cutting  trom the national forests, six billion feet is equal to twelve years'  supply but it is less than one-  sixth of a single year's cut in the  country, or enough to keep all  lumber mills busy.  Remedies are Needed  Were we perfect, which we are not, medicines would  not often be needed. But since our systems have become weakened, impaired and broken down through  indiscretions which have gone on from the early ages,  throu-ih. countless generations, remedies are needed to  aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise  acquired weaknesses. To reach the seat of stomach  weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there is  nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, a glyceric compound, extracted from native medicinal roots���sold for over forty years with great satisfaction to all users. For  Weak Stomach, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating,  Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal  Derangements, the "Discovery" is a time-proven and most efficient remedy.  The genuine  has   on   its  outside   wrapper the  Signature  You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this non-alcoholic, medicine of known composition, not even though the urgent dealer may  thereby make a little bigger profit.  Ur. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver end  boww-ls.    Su^ar-cOHfed, tiny granules, easy to take as candy.  **^*V*\Sj*3^^^  in church conditions will be inaugurated in Canada in a few  years..���li ontreal Gazette.  Subscribe to your town  paper���the  Boundary  posted on  $2.00 a  six monthi.  Creek Times and keep  all that is happening���only  ]rear in  advance-  $1.00 for  When a cold becomes settled in the  system, it will take several days treatment to cure it arid the best reniedy to  use is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  It will cure quicker than any other,  and alse leaves the system in a natural  and healtM' condition. Sold by all  druggifitajttsd dealer*.  ��� -������ ��� '"''^^f^'77  id of the Presby-:  ��S��h|*��tfb7 will meet at the  residence of Mrs. Keffer on Tuesday next, Nov. 8th.  If you are a subscriber of the  Times and not paid up, $2.00 from  you would be very acceptable.  Church Union Likely.  The Presbytery of the Truro,  N. S., of the Presbyterian church  in Canada, has voted by 13 to 1  in favor of the union of its  church with the Congregational-  ists and Methodists. The decision may be less remarkable thau  the majority by which it was  made. If the members of this  Presbytery represent the views of  the congregations, and they  should, and the congregations iu  Novia Scotia are in agreement  with those in tbe other provinces,  the promise is that a remarkable  and even a  revolutionary change  The beneficial effect of iron  upon the system weakened  through illness, overwork or  anemia, is well known. Fer**  rovim 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  wine. Ferrovim costs $1.00  a. bottle at druggists.  ���MENTHOL  Plaster  FOR BACKACHE,  SCIATICA, PLEURISY.  STITCHES. CRICKS.  NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM  Each 25c. in air-tight tin box;  yard rolls $1.00, can be cut to any  size.  Beware of worthless imitations.  ,   DAV-S &  I..UVRF.NCF. CO.. Montreal.  ��+ at t a a . .,...���.. -l-^i-irv*i/*tru*u*i_nij*'-J  Presbyterian Bazaar  The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian  Church will hold a  BAZAAR  j  -  and Sale of   Work, Home-  Made Candy and Afternoon Tea on  Friday. Nov.  11th,  Afternoon and Evening.  at the store formerly occupied by  P. W. George & Co., Copper  St.  PRIME  HAY  FOR  SALE  130 tons of baled wheat hay,  first-cluss quality. 15 tons  of No. 1 Timothy. Apply  to       R. G. SIDLEY,  Sidley, B. C.  MINING CLAIM 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. R. COLDWELL,  Brandon, Manitoba.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910  (Section 42)  Notice is hereby given that, on the  first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the renewal of the hotel license to sell  liquor by retail in the hotel known as  the Spokane Hotel, situate at Midway,  B. C., in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 10th day of October,  1910. L. E. Salter,  Applicant,  X��^*^*^**|.*^.-|t4,��^^^^<^^^t4ttfrtAt>|t>^4t^t<|tt8<t|t  *4�� ~"   *  Electric current supplied for Power, Lighting,  Heating and Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with  absolute guarantee of cont inuous power service  Get Our Rates. We Can Save Yon Money  * *f ���* 4 ���^������������f'f ���<������!* ������fjj++*f 4*4><4*-*f *'f������f���f�����}>  4*1  Many school children suffer from  constipation, which i*> often the cause  of seeming stupidity at lessons. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv��r Tablets  are an ideal medicine to give a child  for they are mild and gentle in their  effect, and will cure even chronic constipation. Sold by all druggists aud  dealers.  Progress isn't a passing fancy;  it's the life principle.���Elizabeth  Robin s.   The old, old story, told times with  out number, and repeated over and  ever again for the last 36 years, but it  is always a welcome story to those iu  search of health���There ia nothing in  the world that cures coughs and colds  as quickly as Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy. Sold by all druggists and  dealers.  When we work because we love  work, then the work is well done.  ���Marie Corel li.  Croup la most prevalent during the  dry cold weather of the early winter  months. Parents of young children  should be-prepas-ed for it. All that is  needed is a bottle of Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy. Many mothers are  never without it in their homes and it  has never disappointed them. Sold by  all druggists and dealers.  Do you owe the Boundary Creek  Times for your subscription? Your  paper label tells the story. Bring it  in.    It will be very acceptable.  Lame back comes on suddenly and it  is extremely painful, It is caused by  rheumatism of the muscles. Quick relief is afiorded by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. Sold by all druggists  and dealers.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES  MASONIC  Regular monthly meetings of Greenwood  Lodge No. 28, A. F. & M., are held on tbe first  Thursday of each nioutli at Fraternity Hall,  Government street. Visiting bretbreu cordially  welcomed. W. ELSON, W. M. J. S. BIRNIE,  Secretary.  I. 0. 0. F.  Boundary Valley Lodge No. 38, meets every  Tuesday evening at 8 p. rn. tu the I. O.O F  hall. F. E. BROWN, N. G. GREV POND,  V. G. WALTER MURRAY. Rec. Sec. A  hearty welcome to all visiting brothers.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS  Greeuwood Lodge, K. of P., meets every  Wednesday evening" at 8 p. rn. iu K, P. Hall.  W. JOHNS, V. C. AUSTIN LOGAN, K. of R.  and S.   WM. LAWSON, C. C.  W. F. M.  Greeuwood Miners' Union No.22, meets every  Saturday evening lu Union Hall, Copper street,  at 1:30 p. m.,aud at Mother Lode mine every  Friday evening at 7:30 p. ra. LESTER MACKENZIE, Secretary.  REBEKAHS  Greeuwood Rebekah Lodge No. iy, I. O. O. F.  ���ueeta first aud third Mondays of each mouth  at I. O. O. F. Hall. MRS. THOMPSON, N. G.  MRS. AGNES FLEMING, V. G. ROBERT  HALCROW. Rec. Sec.  AT THE CHURCHES  OVER 6S YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Methodist ��� Rev. I. B. Hibbert  will conduct set vi^es iu the Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morning, 11  a. m.; Sunday School, 3 p. m. Evening.  7:30,  Pkksbytrkian���St. Columba. Services will be conducted morning and  evening, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. ra. Sunday School 2.30 p. m. Rev. J. A-  Petrie, minister.  Pacific Hotel  Grikg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.*  rhe Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  (^-^������>|-i��>|*>|.-��f*��|*t|*t|��  WATER NOTICE  r  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  '*��  Leaves   Greenwood at 7 a.m. to  connect with Spokane train; and  at 2 p.m.  with Keremeos train.  J. McDonell.  Sk  A  NOTICE Is hereby given that an appHcJ  tion will be made under part V. of th*  " Water Act, 1909." to obtain a license In tug  Simllkan-eeu Division of Yale District.  (a.) The name, address and occupation of tbi  applicant. Jerome McDonell, Anaconda, B.f^J  Farmer. '  (b.) The name of tbe lake, stream or source!  Spriug on Little Frank mineral claim on Sontj  Lind creek.  (c.) The point of diversion Is at the s-priul  close to the northwest corner of Little Fran]  mineral claim.  (d.> The quantity of water applied for, ii  cubic feel per second, is Ten |10) Inches (lO-J  cubic feet).  'e.) The character of the proposed workfl  Pipes aud flumes. ���  (f.)   The premises ou which the water 1st  be used.   My pre-emption N���. '.'935.  (g.) The purposes for which tbe water is tjl  be used.   Irrigation.  (h.)   If for irrigation  describe the land lij  tended to be Irrigated, giving acreage,  pre-emption   No.  2935, consisting of 28 acrej  more or less.  (j.) Area of Crowu land Inteuded to be occij  pled by the proposed works.   None.  (k.) This notice was posted on the 10th dall  of September, 1910, and application will be madfl  to the Commissioner on the 25th day of Oct.?  ber, 1910.  (1.) Give the names and addresses of anS  riparian proprietors or Ucencees whoorwhosO  lands are likely to be affected by the propose^  works, either above or below the outlet. Tfc  pipe will cross Hamilton mineral claim, ownej  by W. J. Harris, Spokane, Washington, tt  Little Frank mineral claim, owned by Josepl  J. McDonnell, Anaconda, B. C.  -* JEROME McDONELL,  Anaconda. B. C.  ���p it ip jp ��r tr K* *��� tf tr if it *��� u* ip ir tf  CO., LT'D.  Leaves Mother Lode  9.30 a.  6:30 p.  ra.  m.  Leaves Greenwood  2:00 p.  m.  8:30 p.  m.  Saturday last stage leaves  Mother Lode 6 p. m. Returning,  leaves Greenwood 10 p. m.  Greenwood Office  HOTEL  *. NORDEN  JlJtJtJIJtJiJtJtJlJtJtJtJSJlJIJtJt  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  Trade Marks  Designs  .... Copyrights Ac.  Anyone sending asketoh and description msv  quickly ascertain our opinion ttaa whether an  Invention Is probably P��tepUb*e.J%X*ommurilc*i-  tlons strictly confidential. HMDBOGK on Pktenta  sent free. Oldest agency for seeurjngpat*.nts.  Patents taken through Hunn * Co. reoslvs  tpteUri notice, without charso, ln tn*  Scientific American.  A handsomely illustrated weskly. I*r��rest circulation ot any scientific Journal. Tsrms for  Canada, J3.75 a je*r, pottage prspald. Sold Irj  all newsdealers.  MUNlUCo.3BIB^��� New York  Branch Offlce. E�� �� BU Washington, p. C.  Anglican���St. Jude's. Services:  Holy Coin in union at 8 a ni.. on 1st,  3rd, and Sth Sundays; Holy Communion at 8:30 a. m., 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays; morning prayer at 11 a. m.;  evening prayer at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday  school at 2:30 p. m. Rev, F. M. Hilton, vicar.  Catholic.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school af  2:30 p.m. Rkv. J. A. Hkdakd, <). M.I  pastor.  /. H. HALLETT  Barristkr, Soucitok,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:      ���'Hallett."  (Bedford M'Neill's  Codes -! Morelng & Neal's  I Lelber's  Qaaaawooo, B.O.  C. AE. SHAW.  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyor,  OftMWkvooo, B. O.  V. O. Box 57, Phone 32.  Copper  New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol. VIII., issued May, 1909, contain  1,500 pages, with nearly 50 per cent]  more matter than the preceding edition)  The chapters with mine description  and on statistics have been carefull;  revised and the bulk of the matte  therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  ..There are 25 chapters. I  Covering  Copper History, Geology!  Geography,   Chemistry,   Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting}  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities!/!  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Terminolog.{),  Deposits by Districts, States.Countrielj  and Continents, Mines in Detail, Sta(  tisticsof Production, Consumption, Imy  ports, Exports, Finances,   Dividends  etcj 1  The Copper Handbook is conceded!i  the '  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.       L  if  The Copper Handbook contains, iill  this new and greatly enlarged edition!/,  about 50 per cent., more matter thai/)  the Bible���though not necessarily ���jjj  better book because of its great bulk/'J  It is filled with PACTS of vital isatjj  portance to.  WILLIAM FLEMING.  TRANSFER DRAYINQ  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  H. W. FARMER & CO.,  REAL ESTATE AGENTS,  Rock Crbhk, B. C,  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER*,  THE MINER  V- 1  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt top//*  or $7.50 in genuine full library morocco;  TERMS are most liberal. Send nc  money, but order the book sent to you/l  all carriage charges prepaid, on one'^  week's approval, to be returned if un-J;  satisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Canf?.  you afford not to see the book and judge'}'  for yourself of its value to you ? j|  WRITE NOW to the editor and pub  lisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  36, SHELDON BUILDING, HOUGH*!'  Make use of the want ad. column.  It will do the work for you at less cost  and be more effectual.  TON, MICH., U.S.A.  m  -ff-SJ  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  TIMES THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  /fi  y  WOMAN'S   LOYALTY  Some of the Heroines Devo-  votion to Man,  A Wiie  Who Died   to Save  Her Husband,  He Then Marries Another in  - Three Months.  Miss Olive Macleod. daughter  of the late Under Secretary of  Scotland, recently sailed from  England for the mouth of the  the Nile river. She was engaged to be married to Lieut.  Boyd Alexander, the famous explorer, who was murdered in  Central Africa some moots age.  Her love lies buried near Lake  Chad, and -to reach there Miss  Macleod must cross country that  no white wnmtui has yet traversed. For vJiue hundreds of miles  she will be dome in a litter by  native bov. and her perilous  journey is undertaken that she  may raise a memorial cross on  her lover's grave.  Happily, cases such as the  above are rare, observes a writer  in Tit-Bits, though many a woman has braved a hundred perils  for the sake of the man she loved.  Mme. Jeanne Dieulafoy has accompanied her bushand, the famous explorer and engineer, on  his difficult and dangerous journeys ip Assyria. On one of these  expeditions she willingly gave up  those things'that made her beautiful. She cut her hair short,  and even suffered the ridicule of  those who knew her by accustoming herself to male attire, because her skirts would be in the  way while on the march. Ridicule quickly ceased, however,  when the French government  awarded her the Legion of Honor  for her courage and devotion.  Three years 'ago a startling  tale came to light concerning a  prominent business man in Austria. He found himself on the  brink of ruin, and bis wife came  to his rescue at the cost of her  own life. Leaving an overheated room one night, she walked  up and down a stone flagged passage, barefooted and with nothing on but a night-dress, till she  caught a chill which she aggravated by a series of reckless acts.  Inflammation of the lungs set in,  and she died shortly afterward.  Her husband obtained the large  sum of money for which her life  was insured, and with this he  was able to pull through the  cricis successfully. He married  for a second time within three  months of his first wife's death.  This husband did not get off  scott free, however. A servant  in his employ had overheard the  conversation in which the heroic  young wife bad told her husband  her intention to die for his sake.  The servant informed the police.  Then tbe insurance companies  contended it was a case of suicide, and sued successfully for  the return of the money. The  husband was prosecuted for being  FOOTBALLER'S BAD KNEE  HEALED  Zam-Buk One Again tte Only Cure!  Most cases of baldness are  due solely to neglect. The hair  often becomes dry and dandruff  forms because the hair glands  do not supply enough natural oil. Nothing overcomes  this deficiency so effectively as  that delicately perfumed, refreshing hair pomade, Bearine.  Avoid baldness; apply Bearine  to your hair occasionally. All  druggists, 5Q cts. a jar.  Davis'"I��  A thick adhesive ointment, combined with  Japanese Menthol and Vaseline, two of the  most wonderful healing: drujrs known.  It soothes, heals and tends to restore those  ���who suffer from Piles. Earache, Rheumatism, Ctusflns. irritated and other  skin troubles.  The word "Salve" literally means be well  or in good Health.   Try Davis' Meatbol  Salve and you will be relieved.  All Dealers.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Montreal.  Mr. H. Allinson, of 457 King Streat,  London, Ont., says: "While a member of the East Kent Division Football Team, and during a rough and  ezciting game of football, I fell on the  hard gravel, sustaining a badly lacerated knee. This required prompt medical attendance, as sand and gravel  filled the opened wound, which was  very painful and sore,  ���'For several weeks the doctor treated my injury, and it was thought to be  well healed over; but no sooner bad I  begun to move about than the skin  broke and I suffered more than at first.  For seven long weeks I was actually  laid up. It then developed into a running sore, and I was alarmed for fear  the result might be a permanently  stiff knee, Tbe doctors treatment  failed to heal the wound, so I procured  a supply of Zam-Buk.  "It was almost magical in its effect  on the sore. The discharging soon  ceased. The soreness and pains were  banished and perservance with Zam-  Buk made the badly lacerated knee  as good and firm as ever. Zam-Buk  has no eqnal in clearing and healing  open wounds, and I recommend it to  all athletes and sportsmen."  Zam-Buk will also be found a sure  cure for cold sores, chapped hands,  frost bite, ulcers, eczema, blood poison  varicose sores, piles, scalp sores, ringworm, inflamed patches, babies' eruptions and chapped places, cuts, burns,  bruises and skin injuries generally.  All druggists and stores sell at 50c. a  box, or post free from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, upon receipt of price. You  are warned against harmful imitations  and substitutes. See the registered  name "Zam-Buk" on every package  before buying,  an accessory to bis wife's death  and received the punishment he  well merited.  CAANGED HER MIND  Bride/Elect Refused to Go On  With Ceremony.  CANADIAN VIEW  OF RECIPROCITY  United Statca Politicians Are  Much Disappointed,  Canadians Are Satisfied as the  Matter Stands,  Closed Relations Are Urged by  Some of Our People,  The peculiarities of Galician  social life and custom have been  illustrated by a reeent occurrence  in a Ruthenian settlement about  18 miles southwest of Strathcona,  Alta. Two young people were  to have been married the other  day and a host of friends were  invited and preparations completed for a liberal store of beer.  The bride-elect in a magnanimous moment secretly sent word  to British Columbia to a former  beau requesting his presence at  the festivity, and the once discarded lover saw fit to accept the  invitation. He appeared at the  bridal home on the day of the  wedding, and before the nuptial  knot was to be tied had a quiet  talk with the girl with the result that when the ceremony was  ready to take place she refused,  to the consternation of the family and groom-elect, to go oa with  the wedding and announced her  intention of marrying the returned lover. The kegs were tapped  despite the disappointment and  peace was restored with the successful candidate giving the chagrined Charley ��100 to salve his  wounded feelings. The girl and  her former lover were married the  next day.  Looking for Trouble  It is the same old story. A  writer in the Canadian Farmer  estimates that tbe three prairie  provinces produced last year  enough wheat to keep thirtv-  three million people in bread for  twelve months. In other words,  they produced enough bread to  feed eight million Canadians and  had enough left oyer to feed  more than half of the people of  the United Kingdom. These figures induce the Canadian Courier  to ask where Canada is to find a  market for the wheat which will  be raised here ten years from today.       You musn't mind what other  people do. If their souls were  your soul it would be different.  Yon stand and fall by your own  work.���Rudyard Kipling.  A recent dispatch from Washington contains tbe following on  the reciprocity, question between  Canada and tbe United States:  "President Taft's action in immediately taking up the matter  of Canadian reciprocity coinci-  dently with his arrival in Washington has confirmed the reports  already disseminated to the effect  that new negotiations are to be  strongly urged.  "It is now believed that preliminaries will be undertaken  while the president is away on  his visit to Panama, and that an  effort will be made to get a definite understanding of Canada's  terms before he gets back to tbe  United States.  "It is believed that this will  put the executive into a position  to get definite advice and aid  trom foreign affairs' leaders in  the Senate while the latter deliberations are proceeding, and it  now seems probable that the  scene of negotiations will be  transferred from Ottawa to Washington during the winter���that is  to s^av, as soon as the introductory deliberations have been com'  pleted.  "The latest phase of the situ  ation has been found in advices  froai Canada, which indicate the  discouraging character of the  prospect existing in that country  with reference to reciprocity n  gotiations.       v  *    *. *  "As a result of the summer's  work it would seem that there  has been a development of feeling rather hostile to reciprocical  trade and a concentration of influence upon the Ottawa government which will tend to obstruct  the adoption of anything very  satisfactory. This apparent prospect has been extremely disappointing to the administration  officials, who had supposed that  if the United States could make  up its mind to tariff reductions.  Canada would readily do the  same.  The fact that the manufacturing interests of Canada have  shown so much strength is worrying the United States tariff students considerably, and has led  once more to a consideration of  the question whether a reciprocity treaty based on a free interchange of natural products would  be sufficient to meet tbe present  demands.  TALK OF THE TOWN  Nearly Every one in Albion, Mich.,  Praises Mi-o-na, the Money Back  Cure for Indigestion  RECORD WHEAT CHECK  Farmer's Reeeipt for Crop Sets  New Reeord in Wash.  Ferrovim is the pleasing name of  the best preparation of Beef, Iron and  Wine ever placed en the market. If  you or any of your friends are anemic  generally run-down, pallid easily exhausted, try one bottle of Ferrovim  and you will be gratified by the result,  It is a curious contradiction  that happiness is the one thing  people really want and that it is  the one thing nearly everybody  misses���Gertrude Atherton.  Don't 1st asy oat dictate to you, get  what you ask for���the genuine ,,D. &  h." Menthol Plaster, made for many  years by Davis & Lawrence Co., for  the quick relief of backache, headache,  etc.   Get the genuine.  Burns,  bites,  braises end boils.  Davis' Menthol Salve will soothe and  heal them all.   25c. a tin at druggists.  There can't be ho journey more  pleasant than that which carries  us a stage upon the road to our  ambitions���Max Pemberton.  You needn't loose your hair. Bearine  will keep it strong and healthy. The  Canadian Bear grease in the pomade  is the effective thing,   50c. a jar.  You know what oyster cocktails  are. They are at the Windsor Hotel  in Ihe bar ot dining room.  Albion, Mich.���The people in Albion  are elated to an unusual extent because  of the many and remarkable cures  which have lately be made by Mi-o-na,  a dyspepsia cure with a world wide  reputation. Everybody is endorsing  Mi-o-na. Here is what some respected resident says:  Mrs. E. C. Cass says: "Mi-o-na  cured me of a stomach trouble that had  bothered me a long time."  W, H. Mottsyas: ���<T had doctored  for months without help. I used  Mi-o-na and since using it three years  ago I have been free from the distress  Mrs. Emma Overy says: "For  months I had dyspepsia, bad stomach  distress, pains and nausea. Nothing I  used relieved or cured till I used  Mi-o-na."  J. h. White the druggist in Greenwood Bells the wonderful dpspepsia  cure Mi-o-na for 50 cents a lar^e box  and he thinks so well of it, that he will  give your money back if it doesn't  cure.  HY0  ��� mfmmtm  CURES^CATARRH, ASTH/vtA,  Bronchitis, Croup, Gughs and Colds, cr  money back.    Sold and guaranteed bv  J. L. WHITE, Druggist.  B. C. Hair Goods Emporium  Announces to ths ladies of British  Columbia that by ncent importations  theis stock of Hair goods is most complete in all particular. Wigs, toupees,  transformation pompadours, switches,  puffs and curls, a'l of which will be  furnished at less nioney than you can  obtain by ordering abroad. This  business is my especial calling, and  being thoroughly understood, we are  in a position to guarantee perfect satisfaction to those vho favor us with  their patronage. Our new catalogue  will'be mailed on application by post  card, and which will be found most  useful. We also make up switches  out of your own hair combings, prices  ranging from $1.00 to #2.50. Our  mail order department has the most  prompt attention.'  LEO MUELLER  Masonic Temple, Vancouver, B. C.  Notice is he  first day of-'Decei  n that, on the  next^ applies  tion will be made to the Superintend  ent of Provincial Police for renewal  of the hotel license to sell liquor by  retail in the hotel known as the Riverside Hotel, situate at Rock Creek, in  the Province of British Columbia.  Dated  this 15th  day of October,  1910. S. T. Larsen,  j Applicant.  What is believed to be tbe  largest check ever drawn in the  state of Washington for wheat  amounted to $94,860.05 and was  issued to George Drumbeller of  Walla Walla. Tbe check was in  payment of his crop of 117,000  bushels of blue stem wheat, which  was just marketed. Practically  all of the crop graded No. 1,  which is considered remarkable.  The Drumbreller ranch is one of  the largest in the Big Bend  wheat section of the Inland Empire, and, throughout tbe fall  there were dozens of headers and  combined threshing machines being dragged from one end of his  immense field to tbe olher. The  wheat required 98,000 sacks to  contain the crop. The cost of  the sacks was over $6,000, the  total expense of tbe growing of  the big yield being about $30,000.  The Drumbeller wheat farm is,  whith several others, tbe last of  the great bonanza ranches. Small  farms are being carved from these  large ones.  MINERAL ACT  Form F.  Certificate of Improvement  Notice���"Arlington" and "Headlight" Mineral Claims, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located���In Arlington Camp.  Take Notice���That I, Isaac H.  Hallett, as agent for William Frederic Proctor, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B29169, intend, .sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of suce Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of September,  A. D. 1910.  I. H. HALLETT.  FOR SALE AT GRAND FORKS  A beautifully situated home, new  building in perfect order, with water  and electric light, with one and one-  half acres surrounding, planted with  all varieties of fruit trees and small  shrubs, grapes, etc., all in bearing.  Will sell en bloc or without furniture  if desired. Will sell at a sacrifice price  to enable owner to locate at coast immediately. Apply at B. C. Times  office, Greenwood.  FAMOUS PEOPLE  BY FANNIE MLOTHROP  Otto ��*�����-- O*., Ks*-* Task  EVANGELINE BOOTH  The Salvation Army's American Leader.  The Salvation Army, one of the most remarkable religious movements in the  world, is a great organized body going out iato the highways and byways of humanity. It seeks to bring the church to tbe people rather than merely to urge  the people to the church. It has made religion a warm, inspiriag reality to thousands; it had been practical, for it has carried the divine word to the poor, the sinning, the sorrowing and the suffering, and with it has ever extender! tbe hand of  human helpfulness, love 'and brotherhood. Its methods need no vindication;  the transformed lives due to its influence are its living monuments.  The new leader of the Army in the United States is a young woman, Eva Booth,  the daughter of the venerable General Booth, founder of the organi*-tion. Tail,  slender, energetic, alert, with a sweet, mellow, far-reaching voice, she strikingly  resembles her father, and went to America after her triumphant crusade in Canada  with the reputation of being one of the best women orators in" the world. Sho baa a  strength, sincerity and spiritual fervor that carry her audiences with her and sweep  them on waves of religious fervor to higher spirituality.  As a child, with her sweet face and her little jingling tambourine, she ventured into the slums of Darkest London and faced without & tremor, degradation  she could not understand; but which the sunshine of the love she radiated was at  last to penetrate and soften. For a time she was compelled to go disguised as a  flower-girl, but aftfir suffering personal violence more than a hundred times and  bravely leading her people where the police rarely ventured and were always needed,  she finally triumphed, and to-day the name of Eva Booth is held in reverence in  even the worst sections of London.  Through her personal influence obnoxious laws regarding public religious  meetings in the streets of England have been repealed, and under her leadership  the Army in Encland calmed the temper of street mobs and vanquished their opposition. She writ to Cornwall, and talked to workc.-s in the tin mine*); undaunted  she went into tin* mines under the sea, with the surf roaring overhead, to visit the  sick and dyinp;; she carried her message to the weavers of the Midlands, and braved  her way through ail difficulties to fight the battle of temperance and better livinic.  She has held practically every rank in the Army, and in Canada, where she was in  command, often traveled bravelv through the provinces on snowshoes, preaching  to men in the lumber camps. To-day she is the ruler of nearly 4,000 paid officers  and more than 125,000 of an organized force that ministers day and night, unceasingly, to the temporal and spiritual needs of three million people.  Eii��nd6cc����41i,giv> Act tt Us Fulsaat st dim. U Uw jaw UM.S7 W. C.XU&.U is* DgpsnssoS ��r Aencultus  Wood Furnace  The McClary Magnet Wood Furnace has a fire-box opening  that admits the largest chunks of wood  with  ease���wide,  deep, generous in size as the Magnet is in quality of material  and workmanship.    The wide opening saves you  work,  because you can use wood that you would have to saw and  split to get through the narrow, shallow fire-box openings of  ordinary  wood  furnaces.  Instead of making the fuel    gmaaamaaaaaaaai  fit the door, the Magnet  door is made to fit the fuel.  It is just as easy to get  the ashes out of a Magnet  as it is to put fuel in;  because the opening of the ;  ashpit is just as generous  as   the fire-box   opening.  You can get at the farthest corner and remove the  ashes with ease and speed  ���no  turning and twisting ; no trouble nor inconvenience.   These two advantages are good reasons  why you ought to use a  Magnet.     The   McClary  agent in the nearest town  will welcome the chance  to give you many more.  Write to the nearest McClary branch for booklet.  MXlaryi,  London, Toronto, Montrssl, Winnipeg, Vsncouvsr, St. John, Hamilton, C^jary.  For Sale by Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  (13  THE  Boundary  Creek  times  -IS THE-  PIONEER WEEKLY  -OF THE-  tt  Send for thc paper,  Subscribe for it,  Advertise in it  And let us do M-^pacor-a^Km-^^^  THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  YOUR OPPORTUNITY  Handsome Quarter  Oak   Bouffet,  Side  Tables, China Closets,   Oak  Dressers���finest work-.  roanship���Sea Grass Chairs at prices bound to effect  a   clearance.    High    Grade   Mattresses,    Blankets,  Ouilts, etc.  A.L.WHITE  The Furniture and Stove Man  Phone 16 Greenwood, B. C.  r-  ....  L  prt,-*!  li'.)  m  is". *  U.   1  m  m  m  C;ui  m  Eft  ���j i^>j  -CI    f-.T '  '1^:-   il-...  S3  SfiS fc&i  !���Vr-.:   ������:.���*������-*������'  >'< '  r  rf--CGl^��3*-*-*.  tHLui  L  com:  &  fms  fceai fire ��ox  I; is '.vide, long, and deep. It has tho coal capacity  lhat makes cooking easy all over tlie top���and for  hc-ali.i'j: the ovun so that a largo joint roasts perfectly  at thu'samu time. More, it saves fuel and reduces coal  bills. You'll never have to sacrifice your baking for  vour cooking on top with this reliable fire box. The  Id. hi results are always certain.  m  There arc a great many more exclusive points of merit  in a Kootenay that you must see to thoroughly understand. The nearest McClary agent will gladly go over  them with you, one by one. Before you decide on any  range, write the nearest McClary branch for full particulars. It will cost only a cent for information that  means money in your pocket. so  London.     Toronto.      Uhntrrsl.      Winnipeg.      Vani-mivir.      St  Jo'in. "I  ?.m:ltci:  Calgary  For Sale by Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  TO RPJNT���Pianos also sewing   ma.  chines.    Ki quire ol" A. L. While.  Automatic Vacuum Cleaner is the  very latjst in the line to arrive in the  city. We have both kinds. Electric  and Hand Power. For sale or rent by  A. L. White. 2ncl-hnud man, phone 16  GREENWOOD GRIST  Items of  Interest   Picked  Up  Here and There For The  Times Headers,  Second-hand lumber, doors, windows  and frame material of all sorts, at almost your own figures. At \V. J. Nelson's  JAMES  THE  Photographer  DEADWOOD  ST.  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Has a new equipment for  Photo work and can turn out  as good work as any in the  land,    Give him a trial,  FOR SALE -Team of young horses,  about 2200, harness and wagon, -rood  as new. For further particulars apply  at Times oflice.  For prices that will Jar your nerves  see the ad. of A. L. White, New and  2nd Hand Store, Phone 16.  Your   chance   to  buy  lumber of all  description, dirt cheap.    Kelson is tear  ing- down   all   his  buildings  sell thc material.  and   will  The first snow of 1910 season  fell on November 9.  C. Scott Galloway was with us  from Saturday till Monday.  D. McBride, of Bridesville, was  a visitor to our  town  this week.  Born���At Greenwood on Oct.,  29th, to Mr. and Mrs. Eustace, a  son.  Jack White, the druggist, left  for Victoria, on Monday on a business trip.  I. H. Hallett, of Greenwood,  attended the tax sale at Rossland  last Monday.  Born���At Greenwood on November f> to Mr. and Mrs. Schulli,  a daughter.  J. J. Hughes, of Spokane, interested in'mining was in town  on Friday last.  J. J. McKay, of Vancouver,  was in town soliciting orders for  the Peck clothing.  J. A. Tuzo, mechanical engineer of the K. V. Lines at Midway,  was in town last week.  C. S. Caddock. of the Giant  Powder works, Vancouver, is  again around for trade.  C. A. Wendlet, of Spokane,  mining engineer, took in our  mining camp last week.  K. J. Morrison, of Spokane, is  paying a visit to his brother Norman of the Pacific hotel.  Darcy McKee, mining expert of  Montreal made a tour of inspection of our mines this week.  R. H. Simmonds, of the Canadian Rubber Co., ot Vancouver,  was on his rounds this week.  Windsor Hotel as usual has the  first and only shipment of fresh oysters and shell fish in Greenwood.  E. C. Brukley, representing a  sergical instrument house, was  soliciting orders in  town lately.  John Seward, of New York, on  a tour of examination of our  mtnes was here  a  few days ago.  John East, returned from his  prospecting trip to Cariboo last  week and is now at Midway ranch.  Don't forget tbe Presbyterian  Bazaar, tonight, in the store formerly occupied by P. W, George  &Co.  Jas. C. Potts, of the Sanford  Clothing Co., Hamilton, made a  business trip to this city this  week.  J. D. Caverhill, of the Ramsay  Bros., Biscuits & Confectionery,  of Vancouver, was ou his regular  business trip.  Make a note,of the date and  attend the St. Jude's Guild Bazaar and Entertainment at the  Auditorium, on Wednesday, Nov.  16, afternoon and evening.  R. C. Lewis, a aatiye of Cardiff, Wales, en route to Vancouver to take a position in the Bank  of Montreal there.  Oysters, crabs, smelts, etc..  are served at the Windsor hotel  cafe and dining room, and go  pretty slick and not at all hard  to take.    Quite a treat, try them.  Mrs. Thomas Jenkins arrived  on Monday: from the old country.  Mr. Jenkins met her at Nelson.  We much regret to have to report  that her stUe of health is very  poor. I  A Regal, . electric piano, has  been installed at the Windsor  Hotel, It is a marvelous piece of  mechanism, and well worth an  inspection. This instrument cost  about $1,000.  A first class time and something good to eat is guaranteed  all those who attend the Presbyterian Bazaar tonight, in the  store formerly occupied by P. W.  George & Co., Copper street.  Miss Majienne Cartier, of Butte,  Mont., sister of Mr. Ernest Car-  tier, of tha Windsor hotel, ariived  on TuesdjJv last and will occupy  an impprljint position in the running of thfe Windsor.  Owing Jo the opening of the  Methodists ehurch in Phoenix,  next Sutpay morning Rev. Mr.  Hibbert v|ll be unable to fill his  appointment here. Regular services witi, be resumed after next  Sunday,   j  Prof Zack Watson is trying to  get   it  down   to cases  to take a  carload of  Kentucky  grand meeji,  licity man  aged iu tht project  The de  our   fastest  horses   to  to complete in the fall  Zack is a good pn bland should be   encour-  th occurred at Van-  couver on Wednesday November  2nd, of \j/illiam- Rickson, aged  S3 years, the parent of Mrs. Wm.  Lawson of this city, who left for  Vancouver immediately upon re-  reipt of the sad news. Our sympathy is extended to her.  Don't fQJget the bazaar, high  tea and'dance, on Nov. 16th, in  the Auditorium, by the ladies of  St. Tude's Guild. Admission  high tea, programme and dance  SO cents, children 25 cents.  E* B. Smith, late of Prince  Rupert, has been transferred to  the Bank; of Montreal, Greenwood, to take Teller Gillum position, the later being promoted  to the office of manager of the  Merritt branch. We congratulate  Mr. Gillatn on his advancement.  W. T. Beck, general manager  of the Rattle Valley lines, is  effecting ia right-of-way settlement, with those whose properties are effected by the construction of their line, and is accompanied by F- DeMuth, superintendent of the K. V. Lines at  Grand Forks.  The Conservative association  of Greenwood elected their delegates to the Provincial convention at Nelson, on the 16th. They  are as follows: James McCreath;  S..Oliver; F. W. McLaine; S. M.Johnson; E. G. Warren; J. McKay, A, Stewart; D. R. Tait; A.  Roberts and R. Lee.  The Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.,  have adopted the latest improved  methods in the account register  system for handling their charge  sales. By this method the customer gets an itemized statement  with every purchase, and a total  of the account is rendered on each  statement, It is a splendid and  most expeditious method of business.  A. J. Watters, of Seattle, the  original owner of the Providence  mine, Greenwood, who exploited  this mine under adverse circumstances, having to pack the ore on  horse back from the mine to Marcus, Wash., and thence rail to  the Tacoma smelter in the year  1893. The American Boy mine  at Boundary Falls, is still owned  by him and he has arranged to  open it up again immediately.  ���MINES AND MINING!  ��     _ _ __ . 9  9  9  9  9 9  ft -9  t#������#��#������e������e��v������M��t 9  The board of directors of the  Le Roy No. 2 Mining company  have declared an interim dividend of 2 shillings per share,  payable Nov. 8.  A shipment of a car load of  horses to the Rambler-Crriboo  mine from Alberta will be used  to convev the ore to Three Forks  during the winter  The  miners employed  by the  Nicola Coal   and  Coke company  have   subscribed  $4,500   towards  the establishing ot a general hos  pital in the district.  Wm. Fleet Robint-on, provinci  al minerologist of  B. C, is in tht  Portland Canal district   for  the  purpose of examining aad report  ing on the diss net.  A funnel is being driven nt ihe  Tip-Top mine in Skylark camp  to stnke-t-he ledge. The property  has a lb5 foot shaft and its ore  values run up lo $40 per it?.*.  Work on the the Ariel tramway  from the Lone S-.ar to Bound ary  falls is progressing favorably.  It is estimated there are from  300,000 to 550,000 of copper gold  at the Lone Star owned by the B,  C. Copper company.  Midway coal matters are de*-  cidedty iii the ascendant. Latest  intelligence from the mines has  it tbat it looks splendid. Work  is being pushed to the limit to  start out the first product upon  the market.      The big tunnel between Phoenix and Greenwood will resume  operations at once with sufficient  funds in the treasury to run a  long time. It will be the longest  tunnel in Canada, and if much  ore is found will make Greenwood the largest mining town in  British Columbia.  O. E. Leroy, in charge of the  geological survey in the New  Denver district, was in Spokane  one day last week cfci his way to  Ottawa. Mr. Le Roy has completed his work both in the New  Denver and the Boundary district.  The typography of the district  will be completed next spring bv  Mr. Boyd, who has charge of  that part of the survey.  1 The Mining World has the following to say of the Midway  coal property: "Tbe shaft of  the Midway coal property is not  being worked at present owing to  water trouble. A crosscut is being driven on the seam. Work  is progressing on the Combination property aud the shaft is  now down to the 100 foot level.  A crosscut is to be run to cut the  ore shoot which should appear  within 30 feet."  Dig up your subscription to your  home paper���terms are in advance.  Let us have it, please.  Pool and Billiard tables in first class  order, at about cost of freight. Call on  W. J. Nelson.  Before 3-011 take your departure from  Greenwood subscribe for your home  paper. Si fur six months, or $2 a year.  You will lind it full of interest to you  wherever you are.  For Sewing Machine Needles and  Oil see A. L. White, the- Stove and  Furniture man.    Phone 16.  Hot house lettuce and raddishes received fresh each week at Lussell-  Law-Caulfield Co.  JAYNES  This Week's Specials  Morning* Glory Eggs per doz.  -50c  Gold Crown Butter per lb.  50c  Cranberries, Sweet  Potatoes,   Excellent Fruit  and  all necessities for Thanksgiving Day.  Wednesday, Nov 9, was the  birthday of our late King His  Majesty Edward VII. of blessed  memory.  L. L. MATTHEWS  Has secured a beautiful lot  of Briars, Meersham and  other pipes and smokers necessities, Havana cigars, etc.  New lot high grade Ccnfec-  tionery.  L.  L.  MATTHEWS,  Phoenix and Midway Sta-ie Office.  Agent for Reco Laundry, l*lioeni.\.  PHONE A-45.  LOOK !   LOOK !   LOOK !  Great Reduction Sale  It will pay you   to  com*"*  by train  or wagon ,  and load up.    We have bought too heayily and  must realize on our extremely large stock of  Dry Goods, Boy's Clothing, Child's Shoes, Ladies  Boots and Slippers, Ladies' Skirts, Dress Goods,  Suits and Waists. A large line of Fancy Trimmed Ladies' Hats, Corsets, Jewelry, Umbrellas,  Overshoes, Underwear, Blankets, Quilts, Comon-  as, Rubber Goods, Hosiery, Hair Goods, and a  fresh stock of Furs, etc.  I fill Beat Eaton's Prices Sky High  I have decided to put the entire stock on sale for  20 Days, Commencing Nov. 2  at a discount of 15 per cent on all sums of $5 and over for  cash to all our customers who have no bills unpaid on our  books. This means a saving of 75c on every $5 purchase,  or $15 on every $100.  C F. STORK  Dry Goods Store  GREENWOOD. B. C.  &  ���*^yv*^^-*--g^g-^-*g-----^^  LIQUORS  High Quality  in our liquors is wh.il p aces  our brands so much abjve ihe  ordinary !<iuds, Bvcry drop  of liquor ihat we sell is absolutely pure.    It is  Delicious in Flavor  and mellow and ripe in ope.  Our sKiok exactly meets ihe  viquirements of thosa who  v ish to serve wines and liquors that will please. We will  supply you in such quantities  as you may need.  Greenwood Ciq&tor Co.  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  iii  The Great Northern F)7  Will make special rates on  account of the  Third Annual Apple Show at Spokane  THIRD ANNUAL APPLE SHOW. Spokane. Wash., Nov. 4th to 19thj>  Tickets will be sold at fare and one-third for the round trip November 12th to t  18th inclusive.   Fiusl return limit November 24th.  To exhibitors at this show tickets will be sold ou the certificate plan, November 7th to 10th inclusive. Final return limit November 24th. Tickets will'  be sold at one-way tare going to Spokane, Wash., and if 15 exhibitors are if  attendance one-third fare will be given returning- provided certificate has beei.  properly executed by having same filled out and countersigned by the Secret  tary of the Apple Show and stamped by Agent of the Northern Pacific Ry.,  Spokane, Wash., who will act as Joint Agent. h'  Exhibitors going in advance of show should see that they secure ticket and! I  certificate from Agent at Midway. 7 '  Specialr ates will be made November 14th to 17th inclusive to Nelson, B  C, account British Columbia Conservative Association meeting, Novetnbei  17th and 18th.   Tickets will be sold ou the Certificate plan.  For further information write or call on the undersigned.  V. KIBTLER,  D. F. & P. A��� Grand Forks, B. C.  H. E. BRENISER,      ���  Agent, Midway, B. C  1  m  ^mmmmmmmmmmmm :a<  BUY YOUR MILK   ��� FROM THE '���   GREENWOOD DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily  BOTTLED   MILK  A SPECIALTY  Fred  Jenks,  Prop'r.  TO LET���Furnished house, centrally  located, moderate rent. Enquire of A.  L. White.  ^^^^^^^s^s^^^^s^^^^^s^sv,  INDIES  Do you want (��Ui English initial note  paper and envelopes to write your  letters on?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate  ��  CHOOSE YOUR  WALL PAPERS  RIGHT NOW  Our stock runs the whole range, from the neat, inexpensive  paper for the kitchen, to the rich gold effects suitable  for parlors.    Values are first-class.  BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, MAGAZINES, ETC.

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