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'.Y'iy'Y^y  Dealers in  E-X--X*  *��������>"  W&:  street,  The Boundary' Hockey championship is the newly added .honor won  by the Greenwood Hockey team.  The final games in the Boundary.  league tournament . were played at  Greenwood, on Friday last,-7when  Greenwood defeated'Phoenix by 7-5,  and on Monday night at Grand F^rksy;  when Greehwood7 .^o^ovet the  .hockey-team^af * rrie "Gateway city by  a score of 3-2. ������'--Y  ; The game at Greenwood Skating  rink on February 25 was a very close  one. Phoenix team played fast and  strong all through the game. At half  time the score_ stood Greenwood 4,  Phoenix 3. The last half was especially interesting, the splendid play  of Clifford Russell was greatly applauded by the large number of people present. When the whistle blew  for time the score stood 5 to 4. The  referee awarded the game to Greenwood, but Phoenix disputed one goal,  and it was decided to play off the tie,  ^with the result that Greenwood won,  scoring two more goals. The Greenwood goals were made by Cliff Rus-  rell four, McDonell two, Cameron  one. >;'vi  The lineup was as follows: Watson, goal; Chas. Russell, point; McDonell," cover; Bloomfield, rover;  Cliff Russell, centre; Cameron, right,  and Rochon left wing.  A special train took the Greenwood  invincibles tp Grand Forks on Monday evening, together with a large  number of admirers from town, and  a squad of good Mother Lode boosters to help our boys win.  This game was the best hockey  match played in the Boundary this  season, for clean play and an uninterrupted friendly contest it would be  hard to beat. At half time the score  stood 3 to 1 in favor of Greenwood,  and at the % end of the game the  Greenwood team won by 3 to 2.  The Grand Forks goal keeper must  have stopped at least 50 shots during  the game und played most exceptionally well. The ice was a trifle heavy  and this rn-ide a keen game all thc!  harder.      O:iot*   more  Cliff   Ru-v-.e;!  COUNCIL  The following are the minutes of a  regular meeting of the Greenwo'od  City. Council, . held in the counjcil  chamber Monday~Tevening, February  28, Mayor Mcintosh and Alderrnjen  JVlcKee.7 Craig and Sater were present. 7 -.-.���.: j  4-'iMoyed", by Alderman Craig, seconded by Alderman McKee, that the  minutes of the previous meeting be  adopted as read.    Carried.  A letter from City of Greenwood  Waterworks Co.,;re price of street  light, was read and ordered fyled.  All committees reported  progress.  Moved by Alderman Craig, seconded by Alderman Sater, that the  clerk write the C. P. R. officials regarding the annual water rate, and  ask that a representative meet the  council at the next regular meeting,  also ask'that a box drain be put in to  carry away the water from the ash pit  at the roundhouse.    Carried.  Tenders for sidewalk lumber were  received and read, as follows: M.  Craigie, $15.00 per M.; K. McKenzie, #14.75 per M.  Alderman Craig and Clerk were  instructed to give the order to Mr  McKenzie, provided the lumber supplied hy him is manufactured in the  district, if not, the order to be given  to Mr. Craigie.  Moved by Alderman McKee, seconded by Alderman Sater, that the  council do now adjourn-.-.' Carried.  TEN YEARS AGO  (From Boundary Creek Times of Mch. 4,1910)  Joe Martin has been called to  form a ministry.  Alderman C. Scott Galloway  has returned trom the coast.  Billy Nelson has leased the  Pioneer to Messrs. Dean & Co.  General Dundonald entered!  Ladysmith March 1 with the  Natal Carbineers.  Percy F. Godenrath, city editor  of ;he Times, left yesterday on a  j "r v.ii.iess trip to Spokane.  A    . _       c ,,    ���,      -,    Pai.l  Myers' ranch,   adjoining  was the star, scoring two of the ritr-.v; j        ,,     . * .       , ��� ��  ! t'ie .���vloinr-an mine, has been surveyed into lots and dubbed Lady-  MOTHER LODE  BEATS SMELTER  Saturday evening last saw a most  exciting hockey game between local  teams, at the Greenwood Skating  rink. The Mother Lode mine sent  down an aggregation of hockey experts, in brown and white, to meet  the Smelter stalwarts in a to-a-finish  game. An immense crowd attended-  at the rink. "Mother Lode sympathizers came in force, rooters, footers and human megaphones. The  Smelter team also had their many enthusiastic admirers, whose efforts at  rooting, however, were quite put in  the shade by the mine choir yells.  The game commenced at 8:30 and  was strenuous from start to finish.'  The McMillan brothers especially  distinguished themselves for the smelter, Bloomfield and Tommy Lyons  for the mine, while the play of th<r  others was beyond criticism. Littji*  Mac would sit down on the ice dps  casionally, and Hook would shake off  his skates, and Bloomfield would insist on running into a flying puck, but  barring a few penalties, in which  E. G. Warren and others suffered,  the game was without serious accident.  " Goals were scored alternately, and  at half time the score stood 4 to 3 in  favor of Mother Lode. After a short  interval, Referee Cameron blew, the  whistle and the furious encounter was  once more renewed:. Some sensational runs were made during the last  half by both sides, and at the call of  time the score" stood 5r5. " The tie  was played off for 5 minutes each  way and in the first five Mother Lode  got 2 more goals. No more scoring  was done and the Brown and White  team won by 7-5 over the Red and  Black, amidst the greatest cheering  ever heard at the rink.  GENERAL NOTES  WERW  That Premier ^yJvTp'Bride intends to  carry out the railway policy, that returned him to power with so large a  majority, is assured by the^xfeof the  bill containing the Kettle River^Valley  lines agreement; which,has been read  the first time in  ln the Kettlejf  agreement proyll  ment first of wages'  on the Midway^R'ail  tribution of a further aniotku~tQ other  creditors, also that the rlHway company shall construct ani/complete at  least 25 miles of glade during the  year 1910, commencing and prosecuting construction at'not less rhan  three places at least 50 m%s of grade  during the year 1911; atlejist 50 miles  of grade  during  the yeafc 1912, and  IIS  four yemjtom  NEW POSTOFFICE  FOR GREENWOOD  between  ��� ithiu.  *L*ckie and Bar-  ;lw|h   formerly  SBbulidary, have  ^Columbia  n Glac-  NEWS Fl  Major T��,  clay   Bontl  operating  taken an o  and Evenin  ier creek, Pdj  Charles  claims, "locati  of Glacier  veloped in  Roounsefell  of   six  ith fork  e de-1  epley,  ���ouver,  and GeorgeitR. Naden. broker, of  Prince Rupert. An dption for  $50,000 on these claims./ it is understood, is to be-tajfen up soon.  The machinery orTthe Red Cliff  mine is now installed.  t,r   - v>s-y       ->    A    .  ��� ^iw' -J ' />'"P!l^SflWood Junior Hockey team  ^ro->*u4H��>&ti to Phoenix on Tuesday  last  and played the Junior  Phoenicians..,  Thfe .Jbpys wete.jna^Mtea  play ���^m^^jua^j      '^^  by   ��^y!w^e77^' 7_ " "'"  game resultedlrra-^  nix 8 goals tc 4..  A SMOKER  goals. The lentaininu Greenwood  goal was made by Bloomfield. Th*  lineup was as follows *  Watson, goal; Warren, point; C.  Russell, cover; Bloomfield, rover;  Cliff Russell, centre; Cameron, right  and Rochon left wing.  Never have the Grand Forks or  Greenwood teams put up siu h a  game, splendid play throughout, and  especial praise is due our Greenwood  goal  keeper  for his  gallant defence.  At the close of the game the Grand  Forks team cheered the winners most  lustily, and, like genuine good sports,  handed over the championship cup to  our men with unequalled grace and  good feeling. In short, the Greenwood team were dealt with most royally in Grand Forks, and received  only courtesy throughout an extremely  pleasant evening. The excursion returned home with the cup well before midnight.  TERRIBLE DISASTER  smith.  The Pioneer Banquet held at  Wake's hotel. Boundary Falls,  Thursday evening, was a great  success.  Dr. Nichols, of Huntingdon,  Ind., has discovered a great vein  of mica at the headwaters of  Peace river.  The Greenwood Hardware company have moved into their new  store in the Bosshart block, on  Copper street.  EliTTHEREDSEA  Black opals, a ne w Japenese discovery, is the latest fad.  The Roosevelt party will arrive  at Khartoum on March 15.  The United Empire Bank of  Toronto has increased its annual  dividend from 4 to 5 per cent.  In the House of Commons, the  Budget will first come under consideration, ��� the house of Lords  will be dealt with later. *  Dr. Botkin, the Czarina's private physician, has committed  suicide because he had made a  mistake in diagnosis, and was reproached -by the Czar.  A new comet has been discovered, about one degree distant  from Halley's comet and traveling many hundreds of miles a  second faster than tbe later.  "There will be a smoker at the  Auditorium on Monday night,  March 7, to show the Greenwood  citizens' appreciation, of the champion hockey players who carried  the Greenwood colors so nobly to  victory.    Everybody welcome.  A false set of teeth is not  always the cause of a falsetto  voice.  At last Greenwood is to have a  Dominion government building to be  proud of. On the site of the Pioneer  hotel, on Government street, a large  building will be erected for the purpose of Postoffice and Customs' office  rh:ei^^Xhe��� s'te was chosen  ^^I^^P^Be^i^nAeKon, of  ,: waii/lwM^jMqi^heii a ineet-  _;$}?:. 'L^^t^jecutive took  place. From wTiat cotila be learned  of the plans, the building will front  on Greenwood and Government  streets, having entrances on both, and  will cost many thousands of dollars.  The want of a new building has been  felt for some time and Greenwood is  to be congiatulated on the liberal appropriation made for her new Post-  ofhee Und Customs' office. %  JUNIOR HOCKEY  'V i  #L*1  CHllRCr^^^CE  has  the  The Rey^. ^^eneables  re'��>��ivfcdi'|^^biM4'".*news  of  sertbua^^j^^sW^i-ii^^Ker, and-.  left   fp^^Ve^erc^^  afternqon.'   Itj couseifsence there ~  wiU^ajttoWtffcesrst St. |ude's  church toda.y;or^8unday next.  COLFAX FLOODED  ���---f  The South Fork of the Palouse  river has overflow^ its banks and  flooded Colfax, ^afh.    Th.ere i?-  a foot of water bn^the tracks t .��� ���  .       i-.r..--y     ��� ���.��  the Inland Empire electric line, -  A. husband makes a- great mistake who praises ^another womV  an's bonnet. It always cost him  a better.  In the mean time,; the moan  temperature is not getting ai-y  meaner. :, :���'���:<���  Ti^r  ������?mw.  ���"���V-V*'  tiw?~7i-''7/* $  .��*:  Jmr  The town of Mace and Burke,  in the mining regions of northern Idaho, were wiped out by a  gigantic 3nowslide last Sunday.  The deadand jnj'urecl so far are  about 75 inhabitants,, including  superintendent: Pascoe of the  Standard mine, and his family.  A construction train was carried  down a ravine, and many houses  were demolished. The Standard  mine; boarding house where ������'.300  men were sleeping, was missed  by 120 feet.       v  The secret; of popularity is,  when asked for.criticism to give  praise..'������7-  i It is rumored that the German  I Emperor has finally outwitted his  uncle, the King of England, in a  deal with the new Sultan of Turkey. The terrible Wilhelm has  been sulking since England got  the Russian bear away from him,  but now it seems he has made an  alliance, both offensive and defensive, with Turkey. In this he  guarantees the integrity of the  Ottoman Empire. On the other  hand Turkey promises Germany  an overland route to Egypt in  case of a conflict with England.  Thus the theater of war would  be transferred to Egypt. This  curtails the effectiveness of England's navy to a certain extent,  but the German army might find  the Red sea as difficult to cross as  Pharoah's host did.  NEXT!  Hark! A new rule lias been  formulated by the U. S. post-  office authorities, for, according  to the Spokane daiv-*- papers,  stamps must hereafter be sold  face downward in order to avoid  the danger of the gum on the  backs picking up a choice assortment of miscellaneous germs as  it is   dragged over the counter.  Right in line, the next step  will probably be an order requiring Postmaster Edris to "lick"  all the stamps himself, in order  to prevent the germs from finding  a*resting place on the tongue of  the innocent purchaser. Poor  Postmaster.  THE CANADIAN  BANJS  '     OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve^  ,jt  DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN  r, nijMT d 1 ^cB  V> >>* w i *���   ���   1 i-ya-mt^f V  Arrangements hav-S.-Tecen.ly been completed under which the^braiSehea ?  of this Bank are able UJ Issue Drafts on the principal polttts  In the following countries: 3*!v  Austria-Hungary    Finland  Belgium Formosa  '',... Brazil France  Bulgaria  Fr'ch Cochin-China  Ceylon  Germany ��� .  China  Great Britain  Crete  Greece        <>;"..  Denmark  Holland      ������'���'���,.'  Egypt  Iceland  Faroe Islands  India  Ireland*:  ;  Italy  Japan  Java  Manchuria  Mexico  Norway  .Persia  Eht'iipine Islands  Rputtiania  Russia  Scrvia  Siam  So jthijAfrica ;/.���  Straits Settlenjjvii^.  SwcV- ������   '���'Kii7  Switze.    ���   !  TurUov  W'tst Indies .        173  and elsewhere  ON  The ship passing through* the  Suez-canal pays a toll of $4;00O.  What  will  the Panama tolls be.  m  HOCKEY SCHEDULE  Jan.   1, Phoenix and Greenwood, at Phoenix   Jan.   S, Greenwood and Grand Forks, at Greenw'd  Jan. 11, Grand Forks aud Phoenix, at Grand Forks  Jan. 19, Ptwenix %nd Grand Forks, atPhoenix   Jan'. 24, Green#oo<i and Phoenix, at Gref nwood...  ~Ja.n, 28, Gland Forks and Greenwood, at G. Forks  Fob. *, Plioenix and Greenwood, at Phoenix   Feb.   7, Greenwood'and Grand Forks, at Greenw'd  JTeb. 11, Grand Forks and Phoenix, at Grand Forks  tFeb.JL8, Phoenix and Grand Forks, at Phoenix ...  ITeb. 25, Gjreenwapj��.3.nd Phoenix, at Gref iwood  Keb. 28", Gfa^H^rks:and Gree-.vood, ai G. Forks  SCORE  ClrWd.  pit-**.  G. F.'  WORTH RAISING  - An expedition has been organized by an expert diver to raise  the steamer Islander, sunk ten  years ago in 330 fathoms of  watef, near Juneau, Alaska,  while bound for Seattle with  $2,000,000 of Klondike gold in  her strong box. The location of  the steamer is known, but the  depth of water has forbidden attempts to salvage. The plan proposed is to l|ft the vessel with a  huge met-*1 *~--:<r.������*  NO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING. FULL, PARTI CULARS  SAVINGS BANlt DEPARTMENT  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager - .Gnpinwoa'  mm  APPLICATION  "viV"*^;.-.   .  > "J  MECHANICS' TOOLS  MACHINISTS' TOOLS  CARPENTERS' TOOLS  BUILDERS' HARDWARE  GRANITEWARE  STOVES AND RANGES  The Hunter-Kendrick  LIMITED  A coud'a^ltiotel it* oiu-.u  out a rival, but mo re  out arrival.  J*  U'.M    Vi'.^-ji  ften with j i  ! V  HI  "X  '���^���^ip'W-  % X.A--I.  ��� '.      ���  ���'ft + f:  it-  >��a  **=-.  0=***  Cr����  <r"  .'���  tr**  '������������������ ���%������ -  ��*-**0  '-*����f:.'  (P*  </=*���  </=*���  (F*  Jfc  a^i  f  tr*  Q=^  <r-*  ~.Ci  Cr*  (P*  <?��<  s��*9  G=*��  CF*  CF*  MB  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.       Rest......  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS  $217,628.56        n        '        "- "���  Hon. President *.   Lokd StkatHcoKa and Modbt Sowi, G. C. M. t3.  President:   Sir Georoe A. Dktjmmond, K. C. Mi' G.  Vice-President and General Manager:   Sir E. S. Clouiton, Babt        .  Branches in London, Eng. -j ^%PrSs2S5Lf.*8��w- Yort,; Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available In any partjof thp world.  SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed'af current rates.  _   Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  <r*  t*-=0  ��"*-2  J*=9  THE BANKf Of  74 Years In Business.  X  Capital omTiReserve Over $7,000,000.  Have You a  Bank Account?  Tfte money is safer  in tne Bank than in  ~ydur house or pocket.  A\ Checking  Account provides a safe and eoWenient way of  paying your bills, at; each check issued returns  to you as a receipt.  A Savings Account keeo^rowing all the  time, with Interest compounded at highest  current rates. \  Greenwood Branch///R. A. CHESTER Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptbmc.  Cable AddresB:       ������ Hajabtt."  (Bedford M'Neill's  Codks ���< Moreing & Neat's  < Lelber's  QammaaiooD, B.O.  JOHN D. SPENCE,  Barkistkr and Soucitok,  ���   .���-���^Refide'.l   Block,  ' ,' t   GpKEHWOOD,   B.O.  1 1 i   jg  C. AE. SHAW.  V  Z>0\fi.N*vfl5l.     i.sd   PROVINCIAL  'LAJfb StfkV'BVOK,  none, tttey say, but these flimsy  excuses that are offered for not doing something we do not want to  are the. cause of more friendship's  ending than commencing.  It is better to say outright that  we do not want to do so and so, or  go such and such a place, than  offer an excuse that in itself is trite  and but the preYude to mtsunder  standings thatjkiil:"~* - -���><  OUK POSTOFFICE  GtxEzrtfvooD, B. C.  T. O. Box 57,  Phone 32.  WILLI AM FLEMING,  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  H. W. FARMER A CO.,  REAL ESTATE AGENTS,  Rock Ckbek, B. C.  j�� BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  --'Xltor^ No.38.1.0. 0. F.  Meets ever;  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 In the  I. O. O. V. Hall.    A cordial fnvl tatlon la ex  tended to all sojoarnlng brethern.  FRED B. HOLMES, F. E.BROWN,  N. G. V. G.  AL1JEHT LOCAN, Rec. Sec.  Cb��  ���*���<* ,-.  ' ���$-:.'" '.,*  :/.���������-'*-:'.  BiMDilari Creek Times  Issued everv Trldav  ������^ff.  **?**>'.'  "ffi-'jsvuscviprwita in advance.  -i.^f*i:��.B "  - .*:��5c-=��-tto.��>  ..;i...   aix^tViKTHH..'...;.::..-.'.   To  FOKKIOW COUKTRIKS   300  1 15  2 50  . y��_  *%,.  ;.?.��  FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1910.  EXCUSES  The easiest thing in the world  is.td:wike ar excuse; and it is,  G'iifio-isjjsenough,easier to find  '���������>.% an;J|cuse for hot-^doing some-  thi||k*~*��hjcti'"we do not want to  do, then to fiud^an excuse to do  something we w'ant to do���and  shouldn't.  It is surprisiner how trivial  some excuses are. When we  really want to go somewhere, to  inept sorneo^e, to do something  f<jr someone we are particularly-  atrached to, it is a hardship not  to be able to carry out our desires, and every effort will be  made, every sacrifice will be un-  dertaken^'cheerfully to accomplish the fact, in short love will  find a way; but when we no  longer want to, when the old incentive Is gone any old excuse  will fill the bill and such excuses  are often so thin' and flimsy that  the merest novice car; jce through  the excuse that covers tbe d. lr��-  not to.  A poor excuse  is  better  than  There are many diverse opinions as to the new postoffice building and its site. Whatever may  be the best place on one street or  another ior "the splendid official  building to be erected here, one  thing is absolutely certain, we  are to be congratulated on getting a new building at all. Most  fortunate that it is to be built  here right away, that the money  for its erection will be spent in  town, that the sum is a large one  and. last but not least, lucky that  Greenwood is considered by the  Dominion government as a fit  and proper place, of sufficient  importance, to have a large appropriation for palatial government offices.  The Pioneer Hotel, tbe first to  be built in Greenwood and a conspicuous land mark, will disappear, and in its place will be a  large building to house the post-  office and H. M, Customs office,  with entrances on Greenwood and  Government streets.  ��aw ^m$Em&mmm'  ���'(*>--r'i7  their do  ice.  "'opponents'Honjrthei  to  on  7 It is not "neceairVjy  any one person CHfi^fly one y&mfy?  tion. There is always this co^  pensationi in life, other friends to  take'the place of those who go  back on us for^someone else, other  aims to take the place of those  we fail to acquire or become  part of.    .       V No road in life is paved with  diamonds. A ruby may stand for  all that is best, but the true  friendship of a bystander is worth  more .than the ficticious love of:  a pretended friend or lover. Some;  people think that promises arc  worth more in the saying than  the doing, but you've got to show:  me, said the snake.  almost' -be; classed- as   a - freaik.  The; skill is to be mounted. K--  Tbe wind storm early Monday  morning, which visited Greenwood while most were sleeping  and some just going home, was a  corker while it lasted, J. h. Coles  artistically painted sign w as  blown down, a sum sign how  strong the wind was. This  means a job for McKenzie, for  Evans, a news item for us. Its  an ilf wind that isn't tempered to  the man who laughs last, or  words to that effect.  Greenwood has every reason to  be proud of her champion hockey  team, tbe boys in black and yellow, but Bloomfield, who played  last! Saturday -night for the  Mother Lode, is a champion of  champions. In spite or a bad  blow on the back of his head, and  a severe cut over his left eye, he  never let up for an instant, and,  all blood bespattered, played good  hockey to the end. shooting no  less than 4 of the 1 goals made  by the ore chippers' team.  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  ^returning missionary states  th St;l;thie  d ays   of   atrociti.es "-��� in  >������ .''.;- '-i"*' ���������'-"���-. *."'    ,-��� "...  ' ���������i"^^'- -���"',,���   '*���" ������-'  dank;  are over.  Gott'v sei  Dorothea Tbye, a young girl of  Portkge la Prairie, has taken  musical Paris by storm with her  lovely voice. '.''������  Trites-Wood store, at Fernie,  was the scene of a daring hold-  tip last week. The robbers got  away with $1800.  Almost the whole of the extensive plain of Esdraelbn has been  bought up by/the. returning Jews  to the Holv Land.        ."  ��� ���"Wit-,-. *3   ������    ���. '���.'--. .'���*������.��-.-"*:��� .�� ���.'"���; .'/f^Ti'"*,..  - ���������'"���.k.;.3w".*'-' x��� V-^-.-.vJ'/��� '�����:-'.-������ '"���''  :,;;^3^^>S.rf-.:'7*;'7:K: 7~ ��� ��� <���"-���  ,������.,���>"<?*���������> '"77 '���-������,; :7^7:;c*-:7-..-;7 ;.������  -in- '��ii ..iJ  U��     "^ i" mn���i ii .rn i.n . in i m r  <i  vv .iJM.-i  BRig|lt>R iPRINCE ARTHUR  Eight barges are being built to  carry coal from Vancouver Island  ports to Seattle, with a capacity  of 800 tons of coal each.  Emperor William and. Chancellor Betman Von Hellweg today were attacked on the floor of  the Reichstag by Dr. -Frank, the  leader of the Socialists, in the  German representative body.  The women of Vancouver, B.  C, have asked that all married  women be allowed municipal  franchise. A strong resolution  was passed at the annual meeting  of the local Council of Women  and will be presented to the city  fathers,  A movement to hold the first  Canadian national apple show in  Vancouver has been, started and  strong committees are securing  information from Spokane and  other American cities. A public  meeting is soon to be held to discuss the question.  Colonel Lowery was in Kaslo  last week.  Ethel Barrymore is very ill and  may not act again.  Russia   is   banishing   most of  her Tewish population.  Another holdup case occurred  at Vancouver last week.  Ranginia,   a   Maori   chief,   is  London's latest society lion.  Last week all the traffic at  Washington, D.'C, w^s tied up  for an hour, because president  Taft wished to sleep. No  whistles were blown, no bell rung  and no car couplings made until  the hour was up, and the president was through with his sleep  The Co-eds of the University  of California demand at least  two representatives on the executive committee of the associated  students of the University. As  a "penalty of refusal they declare  they  will  not attend  dances or  allow the boys to walk or talk  with them.  A "significant clrcumstanci? lri:  view of the rumor that 'the Kaiser  contemplated movinglfot a mat���  ^injrj��ni|l v a.Uiance   bejt^ei-n'   bis  tiMughi||^  Lbiiise������'and Vtiti^':/i^j^$tCov7.  naught, is the'--fact that King.  Edward has- again formally offered to.make^ his nephew a peer  in his own'rfght. The Duke of  Connaught has been adverse to  the plan, desiring that his soli  should remain merely his heir  but the king is insistent, wishing  to give Arthur a broader scope at  state functions. So the missed  and time-honored title "of Duke of  Kent will be revived in Prince  Arthur's behalf,     j;  Medicines that aid nature arc always  most successful. Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy acts on this plan. Tt loosens  the cough, relieves the Jungs, opens  the secretions and aids nature iu restoring the system to a healthy condition. Sold by all druggists and dealers. -; ������-*..���������  -. MAY ABDICATE  King George of Greece intends  to abdicate in favor of the Crown  Prince, who recently was recalled to Athens by the king.  :ii  YOU Can't dOdfifC them all. Mosquit'  bites, sunburn, bruises, skin injuries?  Some of them will attack you this  season sure. Have a tin of Davis'  Menthol Salve on handr   25 cents.  CANADIAN NORTHERN  v.-SVV'c^iM;/- 7"&'''7 '���,,  -' ���������,;"������������  T-.:  'm&matijs.  irl  .7-4-.  :.-��-yU>*--':;  -y-.^x-'-i  :'^f^,^$i^^i^':^''9n& ������^V'''?y*?��''':';".H?'.!PW;il^'..N''  �����'t- ���.^pi.fi 1. it-it*-.'V.*"  *ci,(Va-~lvwAY (Iiaov' nt aj��Iv> '0tfr<*kii*f��*ii/>n'��� imtith .it*  ;*pi<>y dijjestipri and Nutrition.   For when the stomach  iV.i-vve'riU or diseased there ia a loss of tlie nutrition  cqiWttihcd in fo'pd,*whiohis the source of till physical  ."'Si-re'ii-stn. ������'���. When;^ a. man "doesn't feel justmiflht,'?  '' w;i>r�� -he "iiocsn.f-t' sleep well, has  an  uncomfortable , ....-.,,.., ..^,~i.>,i   ��  '';:I't%|ip-j in the"stornaeb. after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable7tofJjd.esp<  eiit; lie is .oiing the"nutrition needed to make strength;   ���������        1%V'7 /f.;/^1"-:1  yxiuch a  man should aB^70t."7&letc^m   GoldeaYMedlc^^  DiscQYcry.  ft cares diseases otth* stomach ana.',atheftY  or-Qasis of digestion aad nutrition,  tt enriches **fte^Wo��,<fJ-.  invigorates th* Href, strengthens the kidneys,..aotirlih^f.J  tiie nerves, and so GIVES HEALTH TkNO ' STMBffGt&ftQS*.  '::yY..-rHE'i^oi.E-ifo^i-y:y'':y:yf}y:'    ..,*'"; ";������  :^'Y��yW7  f;. You can't, afford to accepfcm wrirt.nMtnraJ as a substitute! for thi��Uf6_  alcoholic medicine ok known Composition, not even though the urgent deata  may thereby mak-* u iittle.bigger profit.   Ingredients printed on wrapper*   ^  -^-=���3:  'm*  Xii'i^irip^^^^if>irirM^iririr4:;4^  *^r  -���. 7-^m  . y.Y^fy^--7:  '���.;������������ YfY':Y-  ior JHoistinje*7W$  ^iag ��� plan tsy ,;.*;: $$gM  ���guaran.tee--<6i?^r*  service  ./!i.v^_V  GetOtRatelW  ���+-*4m  The Canadian Northern will  build from Battleford to Prince  Albert this year. Construction  work will s_tart this spring. ���  Some investigator has discovered that limburger cheese will  cure cancer.    Pass the cancer.  Will  (Trade Mark.)  GIVE VOU AM APPCTITEI  TONE VOUR HSR VIS I  MAKE YOU" STRONCI  MAKE YOU WELL I  Dr. Burjress,  Med. Supt  of the  ���"j l-'rot. Hospital for Insane, Montreal,  I1 j*r..:,i:ri;.--s it constantly and gives us  pi-n>ii:*'<.i(.'ii to iise his name.  6Gc. and St.00 Bottles.  DAVIS & I.A'.VI'I'.MC!-: CO., Montreal.  WIH������llll IISIIIII1WWI  ���P  Grib  The PacifiS  for Commerc  Is steam-heat��c*��?S  the roomsiarelarl  MINERAL ACT  Andrew Carnegie has donated  $10,000 for a library for Pasco.  AT LAST  Are we really to have spring at  last? It certainly looked like it  last Sunday. With most of the  ladies planning their new spriDg  suits and latest view extinguishers in the shape of spring hats,  and the editor cleaning up last  year's straw; it will be distinctly  too bad if we get another return  of winter. At this time of the  vear our rubbers are old, and  while a spring delayed mav mean  a further sale of overshoes for  the local stores, it will not help  the tempers ot the above waiters  for the fresh, green balmy days  of Spring deferred.  Creston amatuers are this week  giving "The Private Secretary."  It   is   now   thought   that the  steamer Yucatan can  be raised.  EDITORIAL COMMENT  Black and yellow are the only  colors, and we are proud to wear  them under any circumstances,  What's the odds if you are black  and yell���oh!  Joseph Chamberlain, who is in  very feeble health, is at Cannes,  France;  The Egyptian premier was shot  and mortally wounded by a student last week.  Premier Asquith's days are  numbered as leader of the Liberal party in England.  Fully nine out of every ten cases of  rheumatism is simply rheumatism of  the muscles due to cold or damp, or  chronic rheumatism, neither of which  require any internal treatment. All  that is needed to afford relief is the  free application of Chamberlain's Liniment. Give it a trial. You are certain to be pleased with the quick-relief  which it affords. Sold by all druggists  and dealers.  Flatter a man if you want him  to have implicit faith in your  judgement.  General Debility aad a General" Run  Down " State calls for a general tonic  to the system. Such is " The D. & L,."  Emulsion. Builds you up, increases  your weight, gives health.  The average boy gets lots of  blame that properly belongs to  his father.  There is a gold stampede to  Tarbidge, Idaho, where fabulously rich ore has been found.  President Diaz, who is in his  eightieth year, attended a bull  fight at Mexico City last week.  Chief Justice Fuller, of the  United States supreme court, has  just celebrated his 77th birtb iay.  A company is being  formed at  Victoria  to  acquire and  develop  The Mother Lode boys are the t1 .    , , t]    .  the south shore of the inner har  most enthusiastic ever.    Led by ,  .    bor  the human megaphone,   Mr. Pri  deaux, their stentorian chorus as     John Halversrj, a rancher  of  y outclassed the Skdoke Eat- ] McNeil Island, hasjkllled a white  ers' feeble -.attempts at rooting as | coon.    This   speciesi^ is   not un  did  ���.'������-.- roya in brown and^hit*-,known, but is such a rarity as  to  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, re*!  freshing hair pomade, Bearine.  Avoid baldness; apply Bearine  to your hair occasionally. AU  druggists, 50 cts. a jar. %  A thick adhesive ointment, combined with  Japanese Menthol and Vaseline, two of the  most wonderful healing dru*rs known.  It soothes, heals and tends to restore those  who suffer Iron; Plica, Earaeae, Rheumatism, Chafing* irritated and other  skin troubles.  Th�� word "Salve" literally means be well  or in rood Health.   Try Davis'Menthol  Salve and you will be relieved.  All Dealers.  DA.VIS & LAWRENCE CO., Montreal.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Gein" and "Emerald "Mineral ClalniB, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located: long-Lave  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. M. Shaw, a-retit  for Spencer Bennerman, Free Miner's  certificate No. B14423, and Fred Moser, Free  Miner's certificate No. B14082, Intend, sixty  days from date hereof, to' apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of .Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant  of the above claims.  And further take notice that action under Rec  tion 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 16th day of December, A. 0.1909.  32 C. M. SHAW, B. C. L.. S.  Dissolution of Partnership.  NOTICE Is hereby given that tbe copartnership heretofore subsisting between  the undersigned as confectioners aud tobacconists, etc., under the firm name of Holmes &  Kennedy, Greenwood, B.C., has this day beeu  dissolved by mutual consent. The business  will hereafter be carried on by Fred B. Holmes,  by whom all debts of the old firm will be paid,  aud to whom all outstanding accounts due the  old firm must be paid.  Greenwood, B. C, February 19,1910.  W. G. .KENNEDY.  FRED B. HOLMES.  Witness:   T. W. Hebbard.- : -"  i OVER 66 YEARS'  . EXPERIENCE  MttHTJ5  -Trademarks  -- y- OcaioNS ������  C0CVBIQHT8 AC.  _.��� .������ ��� ��ranoy forMourlpflpat _.  Fateuti taken tBroasb-Mann-ftCb. receive  ip'rialn^tc*, without chart*, in tbt -  Sdcniiiic American.  A handsomely lllnitrated wwUy.    Largeit etr-  - eolation of any scientific Journal. .Terms for  Canada, $8,111 & year, po��Ug*> prepaid.   Sold fcj  aU newidealeri. - r  JMJNN Mo.*'*****,, New M  BranchOflice, 638 T 8t�� Washington, D. C  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.^  NOTICE.  '���Paymaster Fractional" Mineral 'Clsdm, *ttu-  ate in the GreenwLOd Mining Division.'' oi  Yale District. Where iocatedr in Graham  Camp, south of aud adjoining Granada  mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that J, Geonre R. Naden,  Free Miners' Certificate No. B272T*, In-  tend, sixty, caj 8,frotn the date fereof, to apply  to the Ml-i,ins: Recorder for "a cv rtificale xif Improvements, for the purpoae of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice" tnat action, und*  Section 3T, mn&t  be commenced before  tfc$;  iMuanceof such C��-3f����AtjU^-.Im->r?*em��ut��.  Dated this Uth day Of OTOtwrV A. D. 1909.        t  28 GEORGE H. NADEN. 1  ���V_.*i  Ihe Beat Cuisine betweeil  ���-i*��yitinipeg and the Coast.  0000040000000<*K>00<K>00000<>0'  i  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all ifc-jtfds  of  Rough and pressed  Lumber,  Mouldings,  WindowSjiSoorsp:  Shingles, |&piei^%  _ Cemeht|Sttg'-::  ��� * ESTIMATES '.^^^^7-  "Y ...-���: :r|j��ct��;77?777J  Cojtiih|l  ^Brif  if.jSSpL'wfio'ffil  ialTover 18;y��tf^  He-quarter s'ectl'gtfrjfa  '".'>' ;yJY.   .Y^T-Y'y^;..^.^,  nade, personaUyp at ,the'-, la  'tfWejgiit. whTOfltUe* landT  JPvMOxy: may, hotujeverv-1  vMScoliQHibfi> . bM;tiie   iath't]  ijd'^eli^^irotitef^ot^lster, -��� bim  Iwier.'.S ������ v'P^ '���''���'. ''������'j  *^ls,'requlrea:'.t6��reform.tll  ���,?^Si:S''f Ai- there,wltltunder oiie-J  rS'v'.Y'--3-,;i .������������ n-   ������-- '������i-^xf'^s^'M  !*��*f��.$yl!t\ia'' -residence''tiBonr.-iinj  -. "',M->-^; a-fr''*- each';;y;.��arfpr*''thr-J  ^Tfijor mother; if-tjie^tllefr.fe dJ  homesteader resjjfeg'-upo.n.a f arJ  tiie land ^eBfered for>7tnc  qulreteeots^P^^t-lriitce may, be satisfied 1  snclvpersou-resldiug' with the father oi*nibthe|  (3yTithe settler has his permanent-resident:  pon farming land owned by hiin in the:.Vicl|  ity of his homesteadythe requirements as to re  ideuce may be satisfied by residence upon th  said land. .. ".''  Six   montlis' n at ice in'writing should be give j  to tUe ConnuJiRioner of J'onllnion Lands at (  tawa of intention to apply /..,: patent.'.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may be leased fori  perlodof twenty-one years at au annual reitif  of $]. per acre.   Not more than 2,S0O acres sua  be leased to one individual or company.   A rojj  alltyatthe rate of five cents per ton shall  collected on the merchantable coaj mined,  ' W. W. CORY,  Deputy of th : Minister of the Interio J  , N. B.���TJuanthorlzeii. publication of this arf  vertlsement will not be paid for.  i, ^ceased),'of  m*J**"* ���,**1-  ,.   New E<1itiou of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vo). VIII., issued May, 1909, contait  1,500 pages, with nearly 50 per cen^  tnore matter than the preceding edition  :Ttie Chapters with mine description!  " rjn 8t;. tktics-aliave been carefullT  sed and. the ���duj�� of  the  matte)  w$m-y   " %~  'g^TlRELV'Sp   "  ^''^he're'ire-2S chapters.     -%-s7' '  LeMes  Greenwood at l.&m.tftitftf  ^;iG6vjs;ring-'.. Copper History, GeologyJ  .^���spk-wphy,   Chemistry.   Min^ftLlogyi  ^tn^;Miiiiag, Leaching, Sindtiae||  fefi^*^Branifta;r Grades, ''impu'rl^1*  '^^Sobs^t^tel^rrninolpl  jj^^^iirtiet^: a^tes,Coun tries'  |^ir|^p|ftf;1>^te* i-i^efail, Sta*|  is'of ProdWti6uf^^s<��nyjuoa*,Jl  eiCbpperTIaoi  ���>^'.Y"Y-  ;'''-~j:''^*  cededlyl  ;-ISii-S^3t-:.'������    ���''-������  ���   '-^fpffw-'^i- ���   ���.-'  i nil  CO., LT'D.  Leaves Mother Lode.;  �� ����� ; *.  9.30 a.  m. ; >  6:30 p. m.   ^7  Satnrday last stage leaves; -J  ���aj MotherJ^odpfip.m. Returning ^*  "i leav^-dr-iSnwood 10 p. ra, ��  * & -  *  i-fl*  Greenwood Office  I NORDEN   HOTEL J  week's^^ apprbvSI,rto 6e Tetttrnl  satisf actorv-vor paid for"if it JT  yon afford not to see the bookl  for yourself of its value to yba:  WRITE NOW to the editor ind publisher,        ���"-;''"���' '*'       '"'���     '" Y':  HORACE J. STEVENS  36, SHEtDON BUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  ''.'77^7'  ���/'  r i-'YY' '?..  l^U';'  as  liiwili  9'99M��9#��p99;9**9*999a��ii9**:.  IllRiiilil  .��' ��� '-r.'-v .'.'^vi'-'ir'i,' ';:::*;:'   ;������*;.. 9  ��� 9 999b*999*<>*f*999y*99999$9:  j-'^j^Fhe payroll atFe*?n|^fi^.r��^h'ec|k  1^&e?j()0J 00ft mark.    ";; ���'''���" *"*' '' "  '������- *>���  . '7;.^:.5!7  ^nnissee Copper Coivis eh*  ^^P'SfS-4"-��'������������.' .'.;"������-: .   /77 "''''.''���'������".  Pi^��^i|ftsi sulphuric plaint atJsCqpper-  ^AiMC^I^L^^jIni by June.;.next.; will  J^liia^^Oil^fiOO 'cubic-'' feet of chaini  ;;.;rjef;5jiace-invits'.plant...77':";->:��� '.'"���"* '.'  $*��Wti  M^^Mt^tipY. mountains . near - Nilcko,  ^fap^^wbiiifcn dressed in tight-fitting  astride   on 7 pack  sitting   astride   on.  ..,_.    . ,    ..  y.ij<fj^~������ ���'       '���...   -'.''...  ^fi6rses('db"iriost^df the carrying* work  ^^d.ioe^.d;*^rth;.t|ii'e-.lead. mines.    The  fc���*^nfe&'��frlg: retai n some bloom and  p||pia^|B%;ieiHhoodf,7but.':' the older  ^^V. ���'l-'\.:,S.'.;f .. .;'  .j?.-":" -������"    '   ���' '   ���"    ���    ���'���'.'   '���  Vippe'n'were:'so wrinkled and bent out.  ferj^: womanly sljp^r-^p,||  R^'ifs-w'i - J: LI 1". ������_  J *&2i^}&fc����!s&i  !*  ���kTfW  -Tunnel  No.   1  is driven :a.bQutN.;  207E... and   is  in 7a distariee^v}:64  ; 7CoaI se;  #�������  eEotoG^;gi :yyy^777iu-:  ""' ^''^i^oor.  Or  degrees to^e -sdutt^  waUi being ^  the tbf^y.or'^^hi^-w^liy-ky^a^ii-  shale. These shales;7ar.e; about 60  feet in thickrtess measured "at right  angles to the seam and overlaid ; with  a volcanic eruptive wjct. .This eruptive appeal's, to be a'lava flow rather  than; a7 dyke, ^aiid;Iam oj opinion  i|5JwUl occur above *the coal for a' considerable area.  The contact between this eruptive  and the underlying shales is very  sharply defined. It lies parallej to  the strata and is cut by the tunnel 100  fejrtJtoniJhjqLentrance. - In  fa<&-tne  Sifea - '   '' " ���^���'"���"'iv'.v  If^of the  tunnel  is-ifr-tniS'  ' Vj ' . , ��� -' ������ ���   ���  Remaining 64 feet  contact is  also .well  iff'nhe   surface   in several  places to the east of shaft A for several   thousand    feet.      (See   sketch  No. 2). 7.7:^A:..     '  I saw rib" evidence of faulting except in one*place, about 1,200 feet to  the west, where a fault of about 12  inches occurs. '    ,:  7v Sketch No. 2 shows an ideal north-  Ibuthsecticii through the -tunnel.  YYy7.      '.  -SjJvSl.' NO.   t" ,������'.-.  This, is the seam on which sham  .;and B have been ��� sunk. I call it  te"No, 1 seam tofflLisOnguish it from  |nnel  Lalso altir  r-    * Ct  crbppings7to  which I shall refer  ^seam4XN6?'T) dips to the  ^strata and appar-  *tf contact  JSF-.:  |^n-g%nd foot wSfe^^r J��et  st oJN  ine  |::J;.The;cs>ai;p  17&:t evi^feetv nbtth^o  \7 .toVdi'e'sbutht  i   at a.Vettical depth .61 >-~ji3ut 15 feet,  ������" '������'svteX'-z-  "    ������..'������-''/������    ���   ��� -���������  '  -��� then; follows it on the  incline.    Shaft  B is "about 40 feetto'the. esist\and 10  to 15 feet lower."than  A, -but being  full of water, I could not examine it.  iess where exposed insnftft  'thin 25 feet along the seam  where it outcrops. Two sam-  frere taken by me at this-point,  across the side of-the shaft per-  dicular to the dip, another being a  picked sample of the- better portions  of the seam near the floor.  The picked sample made an excellent coke, hard and firm, with a  decided   silvery   grey   lustre    when  JW*MBr**��i,HSa^ ���. ..,, , ���... , . .,.���,_  &���"..���'���'.   ".i      ���.^fe^^^'    4y-<-   y.y*J>:jy'���������..���: '';V .,,.:'VY  tTHECHil^GHES"  #fe  surf'abei:tm��:����i  result is exceedhigly promisirig.    The  samplie'j.taken  across  the side of the  ieinr>^as;; not  analy2e(|;2|^jsjl^/an  ���^aI^sK^pjui4;-at:;-.p^ .,; :^i  "v*aii%0^n'Jin^eciiS^ ' '���'���' -J^sb^'  ;>'.*-:.::.:;:���..-s%" '--,.'���''. :-.;.���,   ���:��� ";-���.,���'��.';;:_���.'.-;.��� 7:-'-^7;;r,  viceaCwill be  nowever;vsnows a somewhat;?brpken  coal^ b)tumirip(w ' in7^ch|racteiN? jwitb  patches of shale an^ghine^iiilnbuteti'  through h. The^e^W^'irom wherer  this sample was taken appears to Have  been slightly disturbed by incipient  crushing, for which reason the location of any bands of waste or bone  (if such exist), could not be determined. '  From  one to two miles  west of  MaitHpptST ��� Rev. I.;. B. Hibbert'  wtlfc^tf'duct"tserviies in^the, Jlethodiat  Church eVery Sunday.v/? Mo;rning^j  "��4ni. r't^fti'diy: School, S'.^'wf.^'ven^  'y-Yy     ���V-ra;;7'ffi7i04^^  r'-^'^ifS-  E**BSBY*rBRiAN���St.'?GoIJ^ba;r';-^*P*"  vicea^will be cdnducted'ttVor^iuVg^nd  evening,;ll a. m. anu.,7,30'.jj$im.-;   Sun-  dajrSSchcfbl. 2.30 . p. -m.7 Eevl   J.. ;A.  PetVi.e,.'miniater.    7       .        r  -CArabw��^"Chnrch of th^; Bacre4  ^eart.-----I^ivine7seryice 1st, ^thirdand  fourth'Saadayyln, e*ich''rnotith.' 'Holy  Iliads at 10 a. ni.; Vebpers attd benediction at-7:30. p.' ni,;'Sunday school a*  2:30 p.m. Rav.J. A; B'HbARto, O. M. I.  pastbr.-'��� '-  ������:.'��������� ���   ���'*���. "' ���  It iivit^re;��� tBit; *tb;t3 rEm^eror  '$Lffly:M&iWiyir bf-r war7 are cord"-  7- '',-''���-. "--Yb^r ���������''.���%:���('    .���  .'  \ ^vmcrid -rtnat-B���r<5plarjes   will   be  limrKJiftaritly   tjsed_. i-n    war.-  'Ai  tqips, of experts' will'^e^rme^  who; will   be   distribut^id.;itt-aif;  sections of the army.   It is-be-  lieved   to   be   the   intentibtf to  eventually attach .flying corps to  every German regiment. ,  days at 8 a.m;  other Sundays' vat  11 "a. m.  .Saints' Day services as announced  in  Church.  Rev. F Vernon Venables, Vicar.  PARSON'S UNION  The Ministerial Association  of Vancouver, composed of virtually all of the Protestant ministers, have applied for and obtained affiliations with the trades  and labor council, in tbe same  manner as a recognized trades  union. In effect, the action  taken gives Vancouver the distinction of having the first full-  fleged union of preachers in Canada and probably in the world.  ;,:ChohCH of England (St. Jude's)���  Every Sunday, Morning an ti evening.  Matins, 11 a.m. : Evensong, 7:Jti p. tn.'  shaftA cif^fcihoppings exist,so I,have'Snnda;y school, 2.30 p.m. Holv Com-  n&d};liSS ,also>e^f��d �����������'o��.-'ta and 3rd Sun,  -���*">^7,..i,r.W'J.7.i^-".s~��,-:V-�����.'.'.:'.^   '��� ���.,'������ ���; "��� .  thir&.-jg'^^ ;to  tne  ���S^ni-.':"-?3r^ffarmer of theise".'state-  njjentei Mf.; correct, may prove them to  be the continuation of No. 1 seam  in a westerly direction, or they may  be the outcrops of other seams, indicating a succession in descending  order of,one or more seams .underlying No. 1 seam. A rrroce detailed  examination .than I have undertaken  would be necessary to determine this.  . If my informant is correct in saying that coal outcrops to the south  and dips to the north,, there is a strong  presumption that some genetic connection exists between them and No.  1 seam, and it is, therefore, quite  probable that the intervening ground  is'underlaid with coal.  ' The proximity of the Midway and  Vernon Railway, gives you excellent  shipping facilities, whilst the Kettle  Jliver, being so close, guarantees at  all times an ample supply of water for  operating. On the whole the site is  an ideal one.  PRESENT AND FUTURE  OPERATIONS.  The plan of development you are  at present pursuing, viz.: of driving  a tunnel to catch the coal, is a very  good one, and could not be improved  upon. I shouldQ^vise you to continue this tunnel till you reach the  coal, which should be in another 40  feet, or thereabouts, and then to drift  along the seam to the east and west,  keeping always in the coal. This  will open up and prove the continuity  of the ream, and also give you an opportunity of determining its quality at  that level, and to some extent determining its quality at depth.  There are several advantages in  opening up the property in  this man-  A well known ScoUinh clergyman got into Conversation in a  railway carriage with a working-  man, who informed him that he  had been a coupler on a railway  for several years. "Oh," said  the minister, "I can beat that.  I have been a coupler for over  twenty years." "Aye," replied  the workman, but I can uncouple,  and you canna!"  See that you get the real thine.���  Unscrupulous makers are putting up a  counterfeit of "The D. & L." Menthol  Plaster. The genuine is made bv  Davis & Lawrence Co.  TARRIFFS  It is stated that in the event  of the failure of negotiations between Italy and Canada in the  matter of granting the most favored nation: clause treatment to  Italian silks, reprisals are likely  to follow and the maxium tariff  will be adapted here on all Canadian products.  ner.  The Nassau, Germany's first  Dreadnought, has successfully undergone a severe test, which was  highly gratifying to Naval officers. All her guns, large and  small, were fired simultaneously  with battle ammunition without  the slightest damage to any of  fittings or installation.  WVll^OFPS  ^r' :. -���'.'-;,- ^.*"V: :--; ���  'm^^M^iivW-'-^y^S'i^'-vi  BRITAIN'S DEFENCE  Great Britain's forts and. defences are to be overhauled at  once, as a precaution for tbe better protection "of her coast line.  * -^-���^"'���"������aajjj ; ���*���  Consumptives should try Allen's  Lung Balsam; it can be had of any  druggist.  An elephant works from the  age of twelve till the age of  eighty. He can haul fifteen tons,  lift a ton in his trunk and carry  four tons on his back.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets are safe, sure and reliable, and  have been praised by thousands of  women who have been restored to  health through their gentle aid and  curative properties. Sold by all druggists and dealers.  Tasmania lends aid to its mineral industry by means of subsidies to companies, etc., upon their  expending certain sums, the  amounts advanced being made a  first charge against profits.  The beneficial effect of iron  upon   the   system   weakened  GERMAN DREADNOUGHTrthrough illness, overwork or  anemia, is well known. Ferrovim is a preparation "which  supplies the valuable element  in the most efficient way, combining with it the nourishing  qualities of beef and the-mild?  ly stimulative effect of sherry  wine. Ferrovim costs $1.00  a bottle at druggists.  Firstly-Every foot of drifting be- \ A ROCK CREEK MERCHANT  ing in easily worked coal  is less  ex-  Mir  ' 7;>*  wMft&i&yiMo  Share* at 25c  Tim,  ^m77yy-i^imkm y&ym^Mm^ ���-��������� &$*���&  ^m&YmimimammmYiYm  ,||il 200 feet)  pensive than driving through rock,  besides opening up and proving the  persistence of seam.  Secondly���Coal thus extracted finds  a ready market at once, if it be of  good quality.  Thirdly���A shipment of say 50  tons to one or more of the several  consumers in the district forms an excellent test as to its steaming qualities.  The suggestion to test ^our ground  by means of churn or diamond drills  is very unwise at present. Drilling is  very expensive and is useful only  when certain other data are to got.  Until you strike the coal in the tunnel and have drifted along the seam  I should not advise , laying out any  more work, as any day after that may  entirely alter your method of procedure^" ���,.:���..;  7 In.conclusion, I might say you have  an excellent showing, not only of a  possible, bufof a probable coal mine,  whereas striking coal in the tunnel,  which I think is next to a certainty,  will give you a property of great  promise.    Respectfully submitted,  Archibald Burnett, B. Sc,  Mining Engineer.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  .Tablets invariably bring- relief to  women Buffering from ehronic constipation, headache, biliousness, dizziness, aallowness of the akin and dyspepsia. Sold by all druggists and deal-  era,      j   Curiosity is a morbid interest in  what's not worth knowing.  Apply Bearine (prepared from the  grease of the Canadian Bear) and save  jour hair-. v"*ijen*itb*gins to fall out or  Js brittle.   SiJc*. ��%ir.  Almost anything, usually  wanted by the average man or  woman, can be secured at Hanson, s store. Rock Creek. Thos.  R. Hanson is the leading merchant of the West Fork, Rock  Creek country and a visit to his  store will convince you,  Fef ro vim is the pleasing name of  the best preparation of Beef, Iron' and  Wine ever placed on 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.  $1 00 at druggists.  TIBURON ISLAND  The island of Tiburon, in the  Gulf of California, has been for  so many years supposed to be rich  in treasure and gold,- The Jones  expedition, which recently explored the island, found nothing  to even indicate the presence of  mineral bearing rock. Not-'an  indian was found on  the  island.  .MENTHQL  ;. 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 cf worthless imitations.  ',   DAVIS & LAWKI-N'CE CO., Montreal.   ;  ' <^*��*A��Sii*>*��M��rf��A^i����^>W^<W^M>*<^>-^��<ta>(Ai  MINERAL ACT*  Are you frequently hoarse? Do you  have that annoying tickling in your  throat? Does your cough annoy you  at night, and do you raise mucus in the  morning? Do you want relief? If ao,  takcChamberlain'8 Cough Remedy and  you will be pleased. Sold by .all druggists and dealers. 7  ���-...   BIG SURPLUS ^ 7^  The surplus of the nine months  ending December 31 1909 of the  Intercolonial railway was $b62,  388. The rates of tbis railway  are the lowest in the world.  t  The Lapps never wash.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  " Sally," *' Rob Roy,' " Nodaway," "Hljftalaud  Queen,"   "Hard  Times,"   ���'Tndofet Fractional,"   "Pueblo  Fractional," "Duucau  Fractional." "Alice M. Fractional," "Sally  Fractional," "Castor Fractional," "Kid  Frac.ional," and " Gxcelslr Fractional ���>  Mineral Claim, situate In tbe Greenwood  Mininir Division of Yale District. Where  located:   On Wallace Mountain, ,57.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett,  as aircnt for Tlie Vancouver aud Boundary Creek Devalopinir and Mining Company,  Limited Liability, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B14321, intend, sixty days from date hereof, to,  apply to the Mininir Recorder for Certificates'  of Improvements for the purpose of obtainlu*;  Crown Grants of the abo^e claim.  And   further   take   notice   that action, umlcrr  section 37, mast be commenced before tlie   Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of February, A. I). 1110.  1. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE is hereby (fiven that, 30days after  date, I intend to apply lo the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following  described lands, situate in thc Greenwood district: Commencing al a post al the southwest  corner of Lot 2,337, pre-emption; thence west 80  chain*, tbence north 80 chains, thence east SO  chains, thence south SO chains lo place of commencement, and containing- 640 acres.  Dated this 20th dav of February, 1910.  j. H. EAST.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days after  date, 1 intend toapply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following  described lands, situate in thc Greenwood district: Commencing at a post at the southwest  cornerof Lot 2,337, pre-emption, thence south 40  chains, thence west 100 chains, thence north 44  chains, thence east 160 chains to place of commencement, and containing 640 acres,  Dated this 20th day bl February, 1910.  H. BUNTING.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 30 days after  date, I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following  described lauds, situate in the Greenwood district: C.>R*m��--i-iriy 4* s oost a* the soulli .vest  coru'-rof r.o* -^337, pre-.v-vu.i-'., thenc<: cast-jl  Chains, tlience north 80 chaiu.i, ll.euce wrst.Su  chain���, thenca ��irtff*ff)Chaius ioi>laci*.if ccta-  mencement, adrop>ntalning 640 acre-..  Hated this 2Cth day oi February, 1910.  A. H. NOVES  -7  There is a^tpjuBle  beiiefit in using  i' vMa^haeu's^SWiip'' of Tar  and  Cod  p. . ���.���^::-<^>7:-/   YT'.y^   :.��� ���"  |i 7; removes tlie'immediate trouble, drives  aw^y the.cough, soothes the irritated  surf ace,heals the inflamed membranes  T. and at the same time, owing to its  :^on|c properties,builds up the system  as aTwhole. _ i  iiatbieo-8 Bvnrjp      Its results are marvellous.  ���I Tar & Cea'Lrrtr Oil ..,-���".  uncfrmteas*..    ,   A  bc*ttl��<m   the   house  is   a  wise  ���������W��iMMW^'\'VB*^^��f;0n .-���''.   ;  Bm ����� II P^fcni Kc.       PreCaUUOn-*  rr,m^^���  .4'All dealers k&p 4.  ��� %-  SYRUP  Of Tar and Cod Liver Oil  ,. ���  *  ���    ���**  J. L. MA-fillEU CO.. Props., GHERBKOOKE, P.Q.r .,:,ri,     til'-  Distributors lor Western Caruda. Fuley Bros. Larson it Co., Vancouver. Edmonton, Winn!peer*7.~  '���**' wa  m  INDIES     "1|  I Do you Want (Mb Stt^Htflj initial not�� \ \  I paper  and  envelopes to   write   your*\;  I letters on?    If you do  m       "*--*-��_ *���    ���  Call at THE TIMES OFtH0  -gm  Pri  *&  ~;?v  ���;7-*i    is.*ifc--'.  -IS TH15-  ���,*.���>.;-^-  "��� .v..,*v^.fmm.  ���    ���"���.-'������ " -^*''- ::  i{ .��>''>'      '. '*ft  '���^Y'-^yK-- "L ' W-^-'7r--#'''7T  /v i> .     ' ���   ' *   'r'  7. :/^M^  PIONEER  -OF^TKE  Boundary  ���'^k-'Y' ���*:.  Send for the paper.  Subscribe for it,  Advertise in it  And let us do  '         ^    ���'-'    '���'���    ���"  >-*!  fl.     '   ���                       .*&>���      ���  ���"������������^st'-'  ->���  ;'V                :.        Vi  *^x^"t^*TWi*^SWjr^!��na2=jf*  ^���^"  TT  ��������*���  Y$t...  'wm Sr?��&'  mi&i,  ri:Mti  maama  i'3&yy  BQUN0^^ CREgK TIME&  U  A. L. WHITE,  Phone 16  The Stove and Furniture Man  Greenwood, B. C.  ��  iimmm!nmHTT!u?Tr?Tr?!??ts>!m??mmT??uurn?H?!?mmfi!&2  N  ���:<&,  We have just received a  shipment of Clocks of the nry  newest designs in Marfcelized  Wood, Enameled Wood and Mission Finish. - A-lso southing  jerylitfty in Mantle Clocks.  ���>-*��� �����  JL Eogan $ Co,  Matchmakers and Jewelers  -������=0  UiiUiUiiiiiiiUuiiiiiii/iiiaiauiuiiiiiuiiiiaiaaiiiiiiiiiiiR:  BU  ��� '���V*-  .js ��� 'i.  BUY YOUR MILK  ��� FROM THE���;   GREENWOOD DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily  BOTTLED  MILK   A SPECIALTY  Fred  Jenks,  Prop'r.  .jjjs/,7  ��� '%  wmmmmimmmzwmi  &jj!^4 ����&.;�� &&&#&&&&& jsjsjijijijijijgjgjijBjSjijijijSji^  i FIRST RATE CAFE  a  AT  THE  ? WINDSOR HOTEL .3  ���*$������������  1.  v.   jo  '���*- ����������.  GREENWOOD, B. O.  iv. Day and Night  &RNIE CARTIER, Manager  *W'*>****x*.*:*J*J*'*3b*#<* -#MJ*<#j*jiMJtjtj*jtjtjij*j,#jk  Leaves Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  .   Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  GREENWOOD  OFFICE:    L-   L.  MATTHEWS'  CIGAR  STORE  Prompt attention to Express and Freight.  GILLIS & LAING, Prs.  IC CLAIM FOB SALE  In Wellington Camp. The property  known a�� The Golden Crown, with  plantaa��4 equipement now found there  OB.  For terms and particulars apply to  G. R. Coldwei.l,  \. ~y  Brandon, Manitoba.  ���>     ' ''flit: _   Advertise in THE TIMES  FOR SALE  About 7 tons of loose hay, 6 tons  timothy, 1 ton grain hay.  Apply Fritz Haussner, Greenwood,  or Fred B. Holmea.  For Sewing Machine Needles and  Oil see A. L. White, the Stove and  Furniture man.  Boost for the combination^  curling and skating rink.  Y Remember the Smoker at the  Auditorium on Monday next.  ( John East, was a visitor to  t >wn from Midway this week-  W. H. Norris, of Midway was  a visitor to town on  Wednesday*'  ��  '* The No. 7 mine was closed  down on Sunday last, temporarily.  George Rumbere*er was a Phoenix visitor to Greenwood this  week.  Rowland King, assayer, returned from Nevada Tuesday  night.  ��� Alex McDonald left on Tuesday's train for Nelson on a business trip.  'Born���At Vancouver Feb. 25,  to Mr. and Mrs. F. Spearing, a  daughter.  C. T. L-eggatt, Barrister of Midway was a visitor to Greenwood  this week.  Tbos. R. Hanson, merchant of  Rock Creek, was a visitor to town  on Monday.  Spencer Bentiennan, of Midway paid a short visit to Greenwood this week,  Pete Lover, superintendent  Denoro mine, was iu town on  Wednesday last.  Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rendell,  of Eholt, were visitors to Greenwood on Tuesday.  P.W.George & Co., are now  doing business in their new store,  in the Hyde block.  J. McCreath, manager of the  Greenwood Liquor., paid a visil  to Grand Forks on Monday.  The Ladies reading club will  meet at the house of Mrs. McCutcheon on Saturday afternoon.  The Ladies' Guild of St. Jude's  church, will meet at the house of  Mrs, Taylor, next Tuesday afternoon.  If you want neat bridge scores,  call at the Times office. Wv  bave them for sale in pads of 100  each.  Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Embree  leave tcday for Wardner, B. C,  where they will make their future  home.  The Ladies' Aid ot the Presbyterian church will meet at the  house of Mrs. Spence on Tuesday  afternoon.  Mrs. Phipps. of Victoria, who  is visiting her daughter Mrs. W.  F. Proctor, arrived on Tuesday  from the Coast.  I. Crawford, Rock Creek merchant, was a. visitor to Greenwood this week and took in the  great hockey match at the Forks.  Mr. and Mrs. P. W. George  have taken up their residence in  Greenwood and have moved into  a large house on Kimberly avenue.  -{"'Married���On Monday afternoon, at the Windsor hotel, W.  H. Berry, to Miss S. E. Bi-iley,  both of Oroville, by the Rev. J.  A. Petrie.  Bob Horrell, who has for a  number of years conducted a  tailoring establishment at Phoenix, has closed out there and  moved to Calgary.  The P. W. George & Co.. have  the best lighted store in town, at  the corner of copper and Greenwood streets. The ������ have Tungsten lamps throughout.  There will be a lance at the  Sunset mine hall, to 'igbt, under  the auspices of the Mother Lode  orchestra. The tickets are only  one dollar including supper.  A. H. Noyes, managing director of the Boundary Mining &  Exploration Co., the operators of  the Midway coal mine, left for  Chicago on Tuesday afternoon.  The Phoenix delegates, who  drove to Grand Forks ot Monday,  with a large wad to be . against  Greenwood,    can    con -ratulate  themselves that thev arrived too  late to get their dough up.  ,;*-A St, Patrick,s Day ball'; will  be' given; under the.-' auspices of  Greenwood.Miner's Uniqn, on the  Tfth-^Qif March, at the old Masonic  hall.   "Be^tire and buy a ticket.  W. Pentecost, the newly appointed provincial constable for  Bridesville, rode from Chilcotin  to Midway, a distance of 400  miles, to take up his new position.  Did you notice the Boundary  championship cup in Logan's  window? .The Greenwood colors  ire on top, 7 to 5. against Phoenix on Friday, 3 to 2 against  Grand Forks on Monday.  Wm. Henderson, of Victoria  was a welcome visitor to Greenwood last Saturday. Mr. Henderson selected a post oflice site  while here, and was enthusiastic  over the outlook   for Greenwood.  oy^  WATER RESOURCES  SCHOOL REPORT  The following resolution respecting waters and water powers  was adopted at the annual meeting of the Commission of Conservation at Ottawa, January 18  and 21:  That in future no unconditional  titles to water powers should be  given, but that every grant or  lease of powers should bz subject,  among others, to the' following  conditions:  (1) Development within a specified time.  (2) Public controi of rates.  (3) A rental with the power to  revise same at a later period.  All the theaters in Constantinople have been closed under an  order of the police, department  condemning, wopderb -buildings,  and the Turkish capital is without a place of amusement except  gambling* houses.  Following is the school report  for February:  DIVISION 1���J. L,.  WATSON.  Pupils actually attending        27  Average daily attendance  25  Percentage of regularity  93.00  Pupils present every session���  Frederick Jaynes, Hazel Redpath,  Frances Rowe, Norman Shaw,  Alexander Shaw, Sutherland  Smith, Ina Sutton, Lottie Sutton,  DIVISION II���J. I.  MACKENZIE.  Pupils actually  attending        29  Average daily attendance  27.88  Percentage of regularity        96  Pupils present every session���  Leo Barnett, Ruth Bernard,  Beatrice Calhoun, Joy Cummins,  Elmer Lewis, Maymo Lewis,  Anna MacKenzie, Cecilia Macintosh, Vera Redpath, Grace Red-  path, Lucille Smith, Ruby Smith,  Dick Tavlor. Tom Taylor.  DIVISION  III���F. M.   CUNNINGHAM.  Pupils actually attending        26  Average daily attendance.  22.7  Percentage of regularity  87  Pupils present every session���  Jean Coles, Jack Eales, Kathleen  Hardie, Francis Jordan, Harold  McKenzie. Ethel Pond, Muriel  Redpath, Arthur Rees, Catherine  Rees, John Lewis.  MINING NOTES  The No. 7 mine was closed  down on Sunday.  The Fife mine compressor  building is completed.  Work has been started on the  Blue Bird mine, in the south belt.  High grade ore has been struck  on the 300 foot level of the Inland  Empire mine.  A four foot ledge has been uncovered ou the Mayflower, assays  run as high as $47.  The past week or two have  witnessed quite a mining boom  along the lower Moyie river, between Curzon Junction and  Kingsgate. There has been a  rush at the deputy mining recorder's office in Moyie for miners'  licenses, and recording claims.  There are some big ledges down  in that  locality,and  no  time  is  being lost in getting the ground  staked.  They say, that people who  live together get to look alike.  Then you must consider my refusal as final. .  FOR SALE���Furniture. Apply at  residence of F. D. Homegreen, Gold ul.  For Sala or Rent���Pianos, Sewing  Machines. The O. I. C. New and 2nd  Hand store.    A.  I-,.  White,  Phone 16.  Books, aud more Books. See the  display in the window this week. Price  not considered. Do you want some  cheap reading? The O. I. C. 2nd-Hand  Dump, phone IS, A. L,. White.  FOR RENT  Three room furnished house, water  and electric lights in the house, south  of Capt. Swayne's, Silver street, we  pay water rent, $15 per month.  Five room furnished house, water  and electric light in house, south of  Capt. Swayne's, Silver street, $21.50  per month.    We pay water rent.*  Three room furnished house, by  Chas. Kinney's residenca, electric  lights and.water, $15 per month. We  pay water rent.  Residence property for sale on easy  payments. A. L. White.  Don't try to patch up a lingering coujfli by experimenting.  Take  Allen's  Lung Balsam  and relief is certain to follow.  Cures    the     most    olii.tuuitr-  coughs, colds, sore throats, <..�����  bronchial inflammation.  All dealers.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE. CO..  Moiitrral.  VERY  LATEST  We have just received a new  shipment of  Trunks, Suit Cases,  Club Bags,  Telescopes,  Trunk and  Suit Case Straps,  Name Tags,  Keys Galore.  The New and 2nd-Hand Store  PHONE 16  A.L.WHITE  PROPRIETOR.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  In tlie matter of tlie Winding- Up Act, being  Chapter 144 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, and Amending Acts, and in the.matter  of the Dominion Copper Company, in  Liquidation.  NOTICE IS HIREBY GIVEN pursuant to  the orders made herein on January 21st, 1910,  aud February 2lst, 1010, respectively, by the  Honorable Mr. Justice Gregory and the Honorable Mr. Justice Murphy, that the creditors of the above named company in liquidation are required on or before the 24tb day  of March, A. D. 1910, to send their names,  addresses and particulars nf their debts  and claims, and the names aud addresses  of tbeir solicitors, if any, to P. F. Roosa, tlie  Official Liquidator, at the Cily of Greenwood,  and that If such creditors be so required nu  notice by the said Liquidator they are to come  and prove their claims in Chambers iu the Cily  of Vancouver, at such time as shall be specified in such notice, or In default thereof,  they be excluded from the benefit of auy distribution that may be made before such claims  are proved.  Dated the 24th day of February, A. D, 1910.  P. F. ROOSA,  Liquidator.  MORTGAGE SALE OP  VALUABLE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY  Uuder and by virtue of the Power of Sale  contained in a certain mortgage, which will be  produced at the time of sale, there -will be  offered for sale by public auction, on Monday,  the 21st day of February, 1910, al eleven o'clock  In the forenoon, by James Birnie, ol the court  house, Greenwood, Ii. C, the fiilliiv-nT-f property :  Lots 4, 5,6 and 1, In Block 24 (Map 24), Town  of Anaconda, upon which la erected a pne-story  dwelling house, and outbuildings and other  Improvements.  For further particulars aud condition of sale  apply to Harris & Bull, Vendor's Solicitors,  Bank of B. N. A, building, Hastings street,  Vancouver, B. C; James Birnie,Sheriff.Greenwood, B. C, or E. T, Wickwire, Greenwood.  B.C.  NOTICE  In the matter of the Laud Registry Act, and  iu the matter of the Title to an undivided oue-  third Interest iu Lot 1353. Group 1, ���' Palmetto''  mineral claim, Osoyoos Division of Yale District. -  WHEREAS, the Certificate of Title tothe  above hereditaments, being Certificate No.  7658A. in the nameuof Moses Burns, has been  destroyed, and application- has been made to  me for a duplicate thereof, T  NOTICE is hereby given that a duplicate  Certificate of Title to the above hereditaments  will oe issued at the expiration of one month  from the date of the first publication hereof  unless in tbe meantime valid objection to the  contrary is made to me in writing,  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Segistrar.  Land Registry office, Kamloops. B. C, December 30, 1909.  At these prices for this week.  -,* i  Nabob Tea, 1-pound package  40c  Ceylon-Java Tea, I, 2 and 3 pound tins  . .   35c  Ram lal Tea. 1 pound sack  ,-    SOc      '     s  Jersey Cream, family size, 2 for   . ,  25c       -'   '  Jersey Cream, hotel size; 1 for  ��� ��� ������ *      ��uC  pry Prunes, per pound,.,,.���.'.  . . ^SasaaMulai  -Dry Peaches, per pound...���.  Dry Pears, perpound...   Force, per package 7.....,/...  9BBBIBH9  Rolled Oats, 8-pound sack..  Bird Seed, 2 for...........,-...  And remember, we give you 5 per cent off for cash, and on all |  paid on or before thelSth of the month        '  Russell-LawCaulfieldGo^  GROCERIES,     CRCiqC^f;    HARDWARE!  y:-    GENT$7 I^*|pi>NGS,  AW^&%&'^:  VaWL\m  ?m?xmm  W"'-'-*'Y^S  . Y'^yy-'j^T^m  :-YY:M^7m^d  Ya^^-JsaaaiYY-Ml  F. JAYNES  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  Ogilvie's Rolled Oats  8-lfc Sack 45c  ^^^^^^^^^-^s^s^^-r^^��^F^^s>^^^^^^r^f^^^g^��^S^��^��^.  KODAKS and  CAMERA SUPP4IES  LARGE SELECTION OF MAGAZINES  '���"T       ALWAYS IN STOCK.  J��  SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN AT PUBLISHERS RATES,  ':-/'  "I  BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, WALL PAPER DEALER  ':m'=���*-'���-���������.��� -:;        ,   yy   ���  -"V    -      ������:��.:-:-���' -. ���.


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