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 ���rrii^r*-^..;]g.:ti  ������������ ���i-1'"'. 7''?'''';"''���77777:^^^0^^^$i^^^0^^^^^7p>  ^������.��-^'i.-.-:-.--.-..:-:.;'  '���; ���. ���; 'r^.v.ti-:'::7i,S;7^^:��-**^     '**���  -^i*  ASK FOR  Halcyon Lithia Wafrf  The Monarch of Table W-aJfr9'  The same any timer and Au the  time. It's bottled atjthe springs.  Found  in all _the  best  houses.  VOU 12  '������ ���: K  GRJSENWOQD,   B..C,   FRIDAY,   M^Y 15,  ASK FOR  Halcyon Lithia Water  The Monarch of Table Waters.  The same any time arid All the  time. It's bottled at the springs.  Found in   all   the   best .-houses.  1908.  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  I  COUNCIL MEETING  New  for Spring  I  ��� English.& Scotch  Linoleums direct  from the Old Land  Fine Wilton and  Smyrna Rugs,  Room size,  Carpet Squares in  Velvet,    Brussels,  Tapestry and  Ingrains  Ostermoor  Mattresses  T. ML Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS-rPhcw-ic 27--Greenwood. B.C.  ���HinnHnnHiaa  SB  to  t ���  2 I*"*.*  u  MILLINERY  The Latest in Ladies'  Sailors Just Arrived,  AU Styles* including,  the Famous     %    i    t  99  "Merry  Widow  In large or small size.    If you see'  our styles and compare our prices*.  your own judgment will prompt  you to buy  RENDELL & CO  Dry Goods. Millinery  Present-Mayor Bunting. Aldermen Gulley, Fleming and Mortimer.    Dr. C. J. Fagan, of   the  Anti-Tuberculosis   Sanitar i urn  wrote asking the council to make  a grant of at least $30 per thousand of population to the Sanitarium.   Vancouver has contributed  $5,000 and an annual subscription  of $2,000 ; Victoria  $2,500   and  $1,000 annually ; New  Westminster $1,000 and $250 per   annum;  *  Kamloops $750 and $100   yearly.  The council will .make a grant  but left the matter until a -fuller  attendance was bad.  C. J. McArthur reported that  he had cut 1150 ties and enclosed  a cheque "for $23. The council  iristructed that no more uimber  should be taken from the Cemetery Ranch.  An estimate of $45 for labor on  a cement crossing at the cornerof  Greenwood aud Government  streets'was filed.  The Attorney-general's department replying to the City's enquiry said that Mr. Bowser could  not consent to Mr. McMynn's  time being interfered with by the  duties of Police Magistrate of  Greenwood.  The following accounts were  ordered paid':  Loftus Bros   K. McKenzie  C. J. McArthur       Bubar and McKay   Kinney and McDonald  Rustell-L-aw-Caulfield Co,  Thos Jerikin.  Hunter-Kendrick Co.,Ltd  -J: WilHainson ��--���-:-���:���- r -  B. C. Timet   Greenwood City   Waterworks Co  ..  -  J. Clark   ...  A  light was  directed  placed on the   east   side  STEADILY  INTO SHAPE  B. C,  B.C. Copper Co. Getting Into  Working Shape���Mother  Lode Ships Tomorrow  $240 39  37 50  5 25  65 25  5 50  28 30  145  3 40  -^^^QO  -SOO  133.25  '     125  to be  of   tke  creek on Gold street just .below  tha South Bud bridge.  5 Tha naxt meeting of the Council falling on Victoria day,it was.  itcided to adjourn until the 27th  iast���W^edaesday. ; '  >^*''to>*^W/W^W^W'��'W,>'V'V>,V*Ai*/^W*VA��>��'W'>V'�� ��  "ft*.  ~TPV9=*  )&*  i'k  m  $9  ' Begin  Onth��  heir performances alone are  we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of'  construction, combined with a skill in manu-  the inheritance of genera  tions, make  D  LEI  -��� ��  good time keepers and  consequently comfortable watches to carry.  Their efficieiicy is assured by a guarantee which enables  the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of  charge by the nearest agent in any part of the world.  They*  are not made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.  /     Catholic Mission.  Two distinguished missioners,  Vevry Rev. M- F. Fallon, p. M.  I,, D. D., and Rev. G. Lawrence,  O. M. I,, ' both members of the  Northern American Province bf  the Oblates of Mary Immaculate,  with headquarters at_ Buffalo,  New York, are at present touring  the West. The Rev. Fathers  have lately held very successful  missions in Winnipeg, Nelson,  New Westminster and Vancouver.  Next Sunday they will open aa  eight days' mission in Rossland,  after which Very. Rev. Father  Fallon will visit Fernie and other  joints in East Kootenay, and  Rev. Father Lawrence will come  to the Boundary .and preach missions in. Grand Forks, Phoenix  and Greenwood.-  Rev. Father G. Lawrence, O.  M. L, will arrive in Greenwood  on Saturday, June 6th, and the  following day will formally-open  a week's mission at tbe Church  ,of the Sacred Heart. Services  will be held and sermons preached both morning and evening  everyday during the week. A  cordial invitation is extended to  all. Further particulars about  the hours of services will be  given later.  Rev. Father J. A. Bedard,  ��� O. M. I.  Frank E. Frauson, C. P. R.  roadraaster at Eholt, and Miss  Mbertina C. Franson of Sidar,  were married in Nelson on Monday by Rev. R. N. Powell. The  ceremony was performed at the  residence of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, arid Mr. and Mrs. Fratfsoa  left on the Crow boat on Tuesday  for. the coast, where they will  spend a couple of weeks before  Everything is being put steadily into shape at the mines and  smelter of the B. C Copper Co.,  but with the exception of1 the ap��-  pointraent of E G. Warren ae  general foreman of the reduction  works, there has been nothing  eventful of public interest this  week x  A*t the Mother Lode mine today there are 115 men at work,  and more are being put on every  shift. The first ore train.'went to  the Mother Lode yesterday and  is expected .down tomorrow and  then, one train a day rwill be  brought down for some time until the regular shipments are being made. Men have "come in  from all- over the country and  about 250 .applications have been  made for work at the Mother  Lode alone.  At the Oro Denoro shipments  are being delayed a few days to  permit Supt. Lover- to raise from  No. 3 level to the surface.' When,  this work is completed the Oro  Decoro will put on a full shift of  men and ship regularly. The  work 'will take nearly a week yet.  Applications more than sufficient  to make a full shift have already  been made at the Denoro.  At the smelter a new office has  been "erected for Mr. Warren,  who in his position as general  .foreman will hire all the men for  the reduction, works. It ia under-  stobcLthat.Mr.'' Warren will also  have the general direction of the  operation of the smelter, from  the receipt of the ore cars to the  shipment ��f��matte., Further particulars of any changes in organization will be made public later,  but it is already known that the  office of metallurgist will be  created. 7  Mr." Warren is well known in  Greenwood, .having had charge  for several years of the Greenwood City Waterworks Co. In  that time he has ha<L under his  direction a great deal of organization "and construction work,  and his experience in this connection   should   be   of   very   great  '.���'���*������' ,  value to him in his new position  at the smelter.  At the smelter today there are  ���about 25 men at work. The men*  are scattered everywhere over  the works fixing and repairing,  doing necessary work to the blowing in of the smelter, which will  come in about two weeks  . ���>.  ��  -. vvuper co'S smelte  Wazcs in Effect May/  BLAST 1-LOOK.  r Scale 01  1908. ,  Hariir; ..'.'���''������.'.  Pet* day  -8  , .'Powerhousemen  '3 60  .8  Furnacenien  ,   4 00  8  ��� Helpers  '  -3 00  8  Slag-couplers  r 3,00  8;  Slap motonnen  3 25  8  Head dump trackmen        " 3 25  8  Diging out furnaces  with*'  in 48 liours after til  astotf3 25  8  Common   labor,   fu  u act's  and 'slag- dump  2 50  KEG1> FLOOR  "''"'- ���  8  Feeders  ���'v. 3 75  8  Firs; loaders  .3 15  8  Second loaders  3 00  8 '  Motormeii  BHIQUKTTR  3 15  8  Feeder  .������-'��� 3 00  8  All others  SAMPLE MILL  2 50  8  Millman  3.25  8  Sampler  3 25  8  Crusher'feeder .  3 15  8  ��� Car mea  2 75  8  Coke Shovellers  2 75  8  All others  250  TUNNEL PARTY  EXPECTED  To Arrive Last Night-May  be Here at Any Time Now  -Plans for Future  No. 36  BOARD OF TRADE  -9  - 8  8  8  .8  8  8  8  8  8  9  9  9  ,   9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ���9  ' 9  9  9  9  9  9  9  12  CONVBKTBK   '  Skimmers  Punchers  Do. (Helpers)  Cranemea ;  Crane Chaser  Head Liners ���  .'Tampers  Mudmillmaa  All Others  MECHANICAL DBPARTMENT  .Machinist.  Machinists'Helpers  Blacksmiths  3 75  3 30  2 76  3 40  2 75  315  2 75  2 70.  2 50  4 00  3 50  4 00  3 50  3 25  375  3 00  "      Helpers  Pipe Fitter -  Boilermakers  Helper  Charge & Slag Car Repairer 3 00  5 00  3 00  2 50  3 60  3 00  3 50  3 00  3 50  2 50  2 50  ���   2 50  Mason  Mortarman  Mason's Laborer  Electricians  "   Assistants-  Carpenters  '���"      Helper     .7  Boss of Yard Gang  Teamsters  . All Common Labor  .Watchman-'.  Mineral Samples,  The Board of Trade is attempting to get together a collection of mineral samples representative of the district. This  can only be done by the co-operation of everyone interested. It  should be remembered that it is  to everyone's interest to assist  any effort.such as this is. to advertise the district. Samples  may be left at tbe office of the  secretary, F. W. McLaine.  "The Dirty Dozen" eave a  dance that proved a royal good  time on Wednesday night. They  had 32 couple on the floor, had a  good orchestra, aud they say next  time the hall will be full, The  daiace was in the Eagles Hall un-  dar, the direction of Messrs. Mur-  eturnUf to their hone in Eholt.  ray and Clert.  The. Midway Townsite.  John Withell,-thff newly  elected  General  Manager   of   the   Midway  Townsite   Company,   which    owns  what  is probably, the most beautiful  townsite in   B.   C.r  was  in the city  this morning and gaye some additional  information of  the  intentions of his  company.    The company are making  arrangements to cancel the registered  plan of the Murray; or'Western division of the townsite and resubdividing.  it into acreage, to put -it on the market for fruit lands.    The central section of the townsite will be  retained  as it is.    Tenders' have  been, asked  for the construction  of a piping system for irrigation  purposes, utilizing  the water of Boundary creek  for this  purpose.    The company's plan seems  to be the best one under the circumstances  and  certainly will  work  not  only to  the  very  great advantage of  Midway,   but also   of   Greenwood,  which, at the present, it seems will  very soon  have  a  great ond wealthy  country to the  south  and west from  which to draw an immense retail and  wholesale trade.  '. The arrival of Richard Armstrong, Col. Dickason and others  of the people interested in the  long tunnel.scheme is looked for  any day now. It has been Mr.  Armstrong's plan for some weeks  to come here as soon as matters  in the east were sufficiently arranged. Nothing definite as to  just when he will be here has  been received from him, but he  may be in at any time. The particulars of the organization of  the company promoting the tunnel given below are said to be at  least generally correct.  The title of the corporation is  to be the Greenwood-Phoenix  Tunnel Co.. Limited, and it will  have a capitalization of $5,000,-  000 in"one-dollar shares/ Of this  amount $2,000,000 will be in the  treasury. It is proposed to absorb the following 'companies or  properties, on the first mile of  the route of the "tunnel, on the  basis as outlined below, purchasing the same outright with tunnel stock as specified:   \  Strathmore, Nelson arid Caleo  Fraction, 200,000 shares.  Crescent and Crescent Mo. 2*  200,000 shares. "7' 77  Chicago, B. C. Mining Company (Don Pedro, Lake and, Yellowstone), 200,000 shares. t. ���.-���  Defiance and fraction. 50,000  shares.  Preston Mining Company, 50,-  000 shares.      ���  Prince Henry Mining Company,  50,000 shares.  Last Chance Mining Company,  100,000 shares.  Providence Creek Outburst.  A torrent of   water has been  coming down the gulch at Provi    -/  dence creek all day,   following aj the E. E. TJ. men was encounter  Boundary Falls Road  Supt. Coleman referring to the  Boundary Falls Road on Wednesday  last stated that he had been authorized  to have the necessary work done and  that it would be undertaken so as to  be done when the Boundary Fall's  smelter was opened. If the men now  employed on other urgent work can  be put at it before that time, the Sup2  erintendent said they would certainly  have it done as soon as the opportun  ity offered.  Mr. Coleman was in the city to  arrange with the B. C. Copper Co. in  regard to hauling the ore from tlie  ore from the Mother Lode. In company with Mr. McAllister, he visited  the mine on Wednesday morning.  The Boys' Brigade last night  gaye the general salute to Rev.  John Leech-Porter as a farewell.  Thirty-one boys were in the line  and the Bugle Band's exhibition  attracted quite a large crowd and  nearly every boy in town is now  in the Brigade.  serious break in the dam at Mar  shall lake, which is owned by the  city of Phoenix. The waiter  broke out early this morning but  can do no very great damage  other than washing away the  covering of the pipe line and cutting up the road below the reservoir and in front of the brewery  property. Although Marshall  lake has been raised some feet by  this dam, it will not take yery  long to drain. Mayor Mathesen  of Phoenix, stated that it would  not effect the city's water supply  which was now obtained largely  from streams on the other, side of  the hill.  Mayor Bunting has had steps  taken to prevent any avoidable  damage.  The Board of Trade met tor  its regular meeting oh Wednesday night, Vice-pres. J. A. Russell in the cbair.,  The secretary  read" communications from   ** Westward Ho! ,1  asking for a story of 1,000 words  abont   the   Greenwood   district;  from theBank  River   Board   of  Trade seeking to inform the   innocents that Geo. Kane's Prince  Rupert was not   John Houston's,  from the Secretary of the Canadian Mining Institute stating that  the Reference Library which the  Institute   wished   to    place   in  Greenwood consisted   of  certain  government   publications   and  a  few we!l   known   text-books  for  the use of practical   miners and  from several   papers hitting the  board up for advertising  matter.  A freight tariff was also received  from the G. N. Railway'.  The letters ^were all disposed  of promptly, the request of Westward Ho ! being handed over to  the Publicity Committee which  was empowered to make a very  liberal expenditure to get this  well done,  Alex. Robinson and Frederic  Keffer ware elected to membership. *'.'���'���'  The following accouats were/  ordered paid:  McRae Bros.,   Ltd.. $.4 00  The Ledge    20 00  Messrs. Beattie, Molntosh and  Robinson were appointed a committee to gather mineral samples  frorii the entire.Kettle River district. These-: samples will be-^  carefully cared for and will be  used to odvertise the mineral resources, oi the district. Everyone  who has such samples and who  will donate them for this purpose,  the Board of Trade would like to  know.  BOUNDARY MINING.  The third of the small stringers of ore that.have been cut by  MIDWAY MITES  ed early this week.    The stringer  was small but the ore showed a  decided   improvement   over   the  previous stringers and looks very  much like the'old E. P. TJ. :>*roods.  The tunnel which the syndicate  have   been   driving now for * 20  months with four men, is now in  800 feet,  and a good deal of the  encouragement felt in this comes  from the fact that they are now  getting  in   the  old  E.   P.   U.  ground���somewhere   ��b e n e a t h  where the lead broke.  of  in  John   Withell,     president  the   Midway   Townsite   was  Greenwood   Friday   last,      The  townsite is to be sold as fruit  farms. Extensive arrangements  for irrigation are beiug considered. That townsite will yet be noted over the world as a vision of  beauty.  John H. East, of Midwa y, was  in Greenwood Saturday to meet  some timber cruisers who are to  examine some timber, limits in  which he if interested.  W. Laughton,' formerly editor  of the Midway Star was in camp  oa Tuesday.  Henry Lae has planted 1,000  apple, plum aud cherry trees at  his ranch up the Kettle river  this spring. Mr. Lee is one of  the most naive and optimistic  ranchers of the Kettle Valley.  E. Mace is returning to Midway  to open his barber shop there  after spending three months at  Merritt.  The Boston Commercial has the  following in line with our remarks of  two weeks ago:  Dominion Copper interests state  that the company expended its' treasury surplus of about -$400,000 on  mine development, equipment and  smelter improvements last year, and  that it was a heavy loser when the  price of copper declined from 25 to  12^ cents, as it had a large amount  of metal in transit and in process  which had not yet been sold. The  company's increase of production had  only fairly begun when the decline in  metal prices occured. The company  is said to have about S60.000 worth  of supplies, and 515,000 cash on hand.  It owes about ,327,000, and has S800,  000 of bonds outstanding. Some of  the inside interests express a determination to raise the necessary money  and pay thc bond interest, and also to  provide for a resumption of operations at the mines after copper prices  advance a little further. They have  every confidence in the value of the  company's properties.'.'  ��� *���&&  :m  m  -'��� K>  :-7%S$  �����$k  '���-.^fjS  '���������x'-fi: v.  -    ���>'!,���  'A  ,   I  ..      ....��*���$:>,}  ?,-...^W-#��fe''  ���,.v'^-^S-3S--i--.'--'    '  -,*'*'- i*vfR-*'i^.--J-*iV'.' .  ft- *-,w'**.v.'...v (;jUu.  ife; ;?-i*"i--��'*^s  "^'yT'iY^ijyjiY'Y  lllfilS  ;:-i,:-';i1i^w  Y7&ty  THfe;-fiOH']^��eY ��� GglgMs^MES  rn ^mLWSa^w^ww^wssiW ��  (5=*  ��P**  Cr*  CP*1  Cr***  CF*  CF*  CF*  Q=*s  Q=��:  CF*  CF*  CF*  ��!  CF*  CF*  CF*  e.  CF*  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000,        Rest....: ......$11,000,000.  '    UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98     ,  Hon. President'.   Lokij Stkat.icona anciMoot ��o*'H. G-C. M. G.        .  President:    Sik Georoe A, Okummoni*. K.CM.   *��� 1 *  Vice-Presidcut and General Manager :    E. S. Clouston. '       ���  Branches in Londoa, M. \&lJti\^^.\ New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Excsa-nre aitl Cable Transfers ; Orant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any part>f the world.  SAVINGS BAM DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  VV. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  .   Greenwood Branch, ^__���  ��5  '���3>  *=��)  rc��>  '^  c'���/*  k a inee a and Hope,; i t; con veys. th e  idea that it must -either con-fine  its reading wholiy:to the.columns  of Um Sunsetyor-itseditor'hasa  very bad memory, for things he  has read."' -        ��� "; Y':/7,'"'���.  The CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$lO,00O,O0O. Reserve Fund.$5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  IJ. E. WALKER, President. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  SAYINGS BANK~DEPARTMENT  BANKING BY MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of  the Bank Accounts mav be onened, and deposits made  oVwithdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid to  out-of town accounts.  district is assuming sucti proportions that more-attention must  be given it by papers which here-;  tofore have confined themselves  entirely .to mining 'news. The  Boundary country has so far been  the home of only two producing  industries���mining-; and   timber-  i^:pu|iic life are looking. -Uj^.iri  co^seffaeuce.    Nature.has;giyea-  hirii-a boyish   face   and -vriianu��!���-,���.  precious assets in his difficult bus-.  iiless,; He brings*to hi�� itjsk candor^ a :f resli  enthusiastn,.and 7' an;'  abi<ji'ri:g 'hatred of wrong atid'; in-;  The fruit growing industry in jugtic^j The quali/iesv shtniig  Southern  BritisK Columbia and, throu-?i^ as it were, "beget con flail  through   the/; Kettle Valley dence Confidence in those he meots-  and render his peace-making eas;  ���ier>77AL": striker,, looking on .1 lis  youth'and innocence, says: -.-*.'Here.  is~ no .guile," and that's more than  half-way" to a fair bargain between man and man* Wise as  the serpent, Mr. King is yet gentle as the dove* and as suave and  and polite as deputy ministers cl n  be when they try. He is more  than civil for a person in the civil service. He has more feelings  than one expects to find'in a government oSicial, but he keeps  them well under control. Hi's  first three names commemorate  the fact that he had   a  Iii Time of Peace  prepare for war.    In time of health keep lhe resistant  powers of your body unimpaired.   This is the surest  defence   against   disease.     An   occasional   cup    of  i "BOVRIL" supplies that extra strength and nourishment-  which everyone needs to escape the ills which are so  _  ���prevalent at this season.  iug.  To a large extent we have  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager  -Greenwood  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barkistkr, Solicitor,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:       ���' Hamutt."  , Bedford M'Neill's  Co I  I Bedford M'Neill  Cooks -I Morelnp & Neat  I keibcr's  Greenwooo, B.O'  ��&W&7   BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  *"-������-���..;"���." No.38. l.O. O. F.  Mens everv Tuemlav Evi*nsii|* t" * " '*" "  I. (���', O. F.'Hall. A' i-ord'nl 'nri i-.i.. ,, inf*s  icudrjd ton!! .".joiirniin.' brt'tlicrn.  ���V. B   FLEMING, S   STORRK  ft   i: V (;.  . FRED J". .HOLMES.  Ki-c. Set.  Cb��  Boundary Creek Times  issued Every fri-Sav  BY TUB  Boundary Creeli Piintiu^and Publishing  Co., Limited.  SUBSCRirTlONS IN  ADVANCE  2 00  Six Mouths   Tr, F0RKI��N COUNTRIBS .  . SIacfa kla  1 V...  2 50  Editor                      A. 1)  NE  1   ^��i  3**a .  LA Bit.)  FRIDAY, MAV  15. 1��08  The bitter and determined  opposition being offered to the new-  Election Act introduced by   Hon.  A. B. Aylesworth, has had  some  very   spectacular    illustration*.  Some weeks ago W. H. Hasting**.,  Conservative organizer for Manitoba addressed to every Conservative newspaper in  th.it   province  a letter declaring that if this bill  were not defeated, the Conservative   chances   of   success in  the  Dominion Elections  were  gone.  The reason for   this   astounding-  claim was not   apparent   at   the  time but has been steadily appearing ir. the acrimonious debate following the   introduction   of   the  Bill into the Hou?e of Commons.  Mr. Hastings   had a friend   in  tbe last election-in Winnipeg,   in  name Theodore Rudneski.  Theodore was a jail bird, so they   s;ty  down at Ottawa.     And   that   is  true.    Theodore   bad just  come  out of prison before the last  provincial election and then he   was  engaged by thia   very  energetic  organizer to continue   his   criminal career.  Rudneski gathered around him  some other friends whose names  will be spelled on application.   A  few 01 them were Chicoski aod-  Syraanski-and Hvzy* Now thev  are all making affidavits. Tlie  story simply told is this.: There  were 450 Galicians whose naturalization papers should have been  on file at the County Court in  Winnipeg for three weeks previous to the 4th ot February, 1907.  These Galicians were their names  on, would have voted Conservative. Theodore waved the pen  ���diid prepared the papers on Sunday afternoon, the '3rd of February and he was at it away on  until 3 o'clock on Monday morning. That was hard labor for  Theodore. Jetnstretski,-he acted  as commissioner,.while four other  men, members'of a committee of  six selected by this Mr. Hastings  signed the names of the applicants and willy-nilly, the 450  went down on the voter's lists  in the faceof the law, their own  inclinations and everything else  except the unscrupulous purpose  of Mr. Hastings.  This of course, required the  co.nuivauce of the officials of the  County Court but that was aU  worked beautifully through the  Conservative Club and tbe Gal-  ician gentlemen were illegally enrolled as citizens of this great  Dominion.  Mr. Hasting's c6utentton is no  longer wonderful. If methods  like this have been used generally over Manitoba, is it any  svonder that under right conditions it would be impossible for  the opposition to'do anything in  Manitoba?  depended simply on mining. All  along Boundary creek in the Midway district and on ��� the West  Fork, there is a great future to  be wrenched from the earth. In-  this country it may be that the  mineral industry will always predominate, but it must always be  remembered that the -country is  steadily proving itself tb'Ke-t>n'e  of the best fruit growing- districts  in British Columbia: Everywhere, up and dowji .the Kettle  River valley, orchards are being  planted. Silently they will und  are springing up, and although  it is not their way to make the  bustliug, rustling ���commerce of  tire mining town, their value approximate to mining centres is  one of the things arguing most  strongly for the permanent .success of the district.  Small Orchards Pay.  Orchards are beginning to cover  the flat lands" and the benches of  the Kettle river district.7 Manv  of these are yet small, but it is  not always in numbers that orchards thrive.. "'The size of au  orchard to be planted depends on  the man," says the Missouri Fruit  Grower, which has been carrying  on a campaign against large  orchards. Everyone has his  dreams of large and extensive  orchards, but it continues by say*-  ing that as a rule the orchards  and vineyards of moderate size,  and from which the great aggregate of our fruits come, yield a  better net profit than the large  orchard. It can be scarcely otherwise, for our tree fruits need at  particular seasans of the year a  personal attention and a vigilance  which can seldom or never be accorded by the owner or manager  of large orchards.  copper is dissolved and the'pure  metal is deposited on the negative pole or cathode, while the  ,.-���'    - *        ��� >  gold, silver,  etc.,  are left as an  insoluble slime. By this*method  ,all the copper is extracted and  the precious metals are also  saved.  The recent* development- aud  success of the process may be  pathered from the following history" Taken from a recent issue of  the Mining and  Scientific Press:  T,he"production of electrolytic  famous copper was attempted "in   1879;  grandfather. William Lyon Mac- j" 18S0 ihere was a small quac-  kenzierjid for the .liberties of j't^^de; up to 1891 the annual  Upper Canada what Papmeau did Production was insignificant, but  for those  of   Quebec.    Between  them they helped to bring on  Lord Dnrham's report, and, after  that, responsible government.  jOnce * William Lyon Mackenzie  was called a rebel, and,there was  a price on his head. - Before he  came to die, his countrymen  had  after.that year the industry appears to, have begun to get a good  foothold. The first'records obtainable''start with 1897. .and the  following figures show the.- approximate,output for each calendar year named: 18'��7, 250,000,-  000 .pound*!;   1898,    314,107,776;  Pacific Hotel  GriBG & Moat-iSo***:, Prop.  Trie Pacific ia the Headquarters  'for Commercial aod'MinlriK Men  -Is "steam heated, electric lighted*  the rooms' are large and cosy,  OOOOk>-0<*��OOOOO0O<>O0H>CS>CK>0OO<>v'  MACHINERY  FOR  The Hest Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  aaaaaagmmamamaaasawam  4�� ���!��� ���*!��� ��4* 4* * ?f* *fr ��f  recognized him   as -tbe greatest'1899- 386,410,356;   1900,   466.093,  patriot ot  them  all.    The   fiery 663! ���L< 477,954,569; 1912, 488,-,  little S-oti'liuiau Spent his life in j 652,307; 1903, no record; 1904, nq  s irring up-trouble for   the 'pe>-  record;   1905,   760,000,000;  19%,  pie's good. . And no Ais grand.,865,000,000. These figures are  son speeds his life smoothing outj imeresiiug as showing the ra, ii  troubles fur the sains' noble pur- jaad steadv development of this  ppse.7The whirligig of time cer-(new braiich <>f lhe C0PPer illdus'  taialy does help .the 'lover . of tr3'  paradox!    Nit long ago   Deputy  the   refining  The Peace Ansel of Canada-  Minister King was the victim of  a pretnature blast from saaii of  his frieiids who wiuted to ru*--h  hiffif ���ife-|o"Jpbiitics. He declined  to"commit himself.- He caa.auive  his country better- where he is.  Blessed;are the peacemiker'-v a. d  still moreblessed are they when  they do not accept cabinet portfolios, for they they are surer to  inherit the Kingdom of Heaven.  -���Collier's-Weekly.,- .7  But this is not all, for in  of copper by the  electrolyte method, a very large  amouiit of the precious meti's is  r>.c_>vered, which under the old  .method was entirely lost  Electrolite Refining.  "That there is no word of  condemnation of the policy which  kept the Similkameen out of a  railway until J. J. Hill was induced to come to our relief," is  the retort courteous that the  Hedley Gazetie makes to the Saturday Sunset's wail that the trade  of the Similkameen   will  not be  brought   to   Vancouver.     Rome  was not  built  in  a  day, neitheajhis, on older shoulders  No so many people as should be  are acquainted with   our   official  bearer of the olive   branch, William Lyon Mackenzie King.   Mr.  KiHg has settled . more   strikes,  labor troubles,   and immigration  questions than any other   dozen  men in Canada put together. Other abitrators   there   have been  and other arbitrators there   will*  be, but, all beiug said, the palm  tor soft answers which turn away  wrath must be awarded   to   Mr.  King, the   Deputy   Minister   of  Labor.    Mr. Kiner is in his early  thirties, but doesn't look it.    He  is a sort of experiment in Ybuth-  fulness, this Government of Canada being, as a rule,   inclined  to  place darge   responsibilities, like  But tbe  Npt only does the handling of  extremely low grade copper properties require most careful and  scrutinising management���management yyhich must eliminate  every unnecessary cost, but it can  only be accomplished successfully  by one of the most accurate and  searching* processes of refining  ever evolved. Bars -of blister  copped shipped from Boundary  smelters in refimhg are placed in  a bath of water and sulphuric  acid and by means of a straight  current of- electricitv the blister  Mr. W. H. Leason, of Wychwood,  Ont, says: "For *m yean I'raftered  from Eczema. My body and legs  were covered with spots which itched  and irritated terribly. My .legs  down to the knee were like one  mass of sores. These dlsobareed and  ���were very unpleasant ��part from the nabb  I had tried all klnda of remedies (MJvei,  ointments and embrocations) and otune to  tho conclusion that nothing would, cure  ma A sample of ZAM-BUK. was given "to  me one day, and I applied it to a small  patoh of the eczema. This did me some  pood and I obtained a fall supply of the  balm. The first box was a revelation to me  as to^ZAM-BUK'S power. It took away  the smarting and reduced the irritation  and itching. It took several boxes of .ZAM-  BUK to worfca cure; and I am glad to say  that in a few weeks tt oured me completely;  In my opinion, ZAM-BUK IS-WORTH  ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD."  AU Skin Diseases yield to Zam-Buk  Heals Cuts. Birne and Braises rapidly and  is "Nature's First Aid."   ' i  Also cures Piles. Rheu- ____ _������  matlemand Sclatioa. FR**** BOX  Sprains, etc disappear at Mull oonpen  ZAM-BUK'S touoh if it with la itenop  ia "weU rubbed in." BOotk to ZAM.BUS  box at all druggists and OO., Toronto,  stores. -r -- 11ZS  Four  rngelrsOll-Sergeapt  Class   "A"  -*���    Straight, I��iae''Air Compressors. '  Air Cylinders 26^ In. x30in.  -In,,  good working condition. Avatla*3le  about July, "1908.- ,  One Vulcan, four-wheel, Saddle tank,  Steam locomotive, 42 -in.  guage.  Cylinders 10# in. x 16" iri.���Buir  1903.   Immediate delivery*   ���  One Canadian.four-wheel, Saddle tank, ���  Steam Locomotive, 42 in. guage.  Cylinders   10 in. x 14 in.���Built  1902.   Immediate delivery.  Oii-e Porter, fcur-vrheel, Saddle tank,*  Steam Locbmotlve.Standard guage'  4PtR# in. Cylinders? in. % 12V.  Purchase^ 1901. Immediate delivery.  Four Jeffrey;, tea ton, Electric Look  motives, 36 in. Riiage, 220 Volt.,  Direct Current*   In good working (T  "order.   Available about July 1908  Three  Lldgerwood..   Electric   Hoists,  75 h.p.   Equipped  with duplicate  Jeffrey M.H.���30 h.p. Motors, 220  volt.    Direct Current^   Available -  about May, 1908.  One Aldrich Electric.Pump. Portable.  ,Mounted for 36 in,"track. Capacity  lOuvgauoneOn ouG it mi. cnUip-jjea  with.10 h.p. Westinghouse Motor,'  220 Volt. Direct Current. Purchased 1907. Iitmiediate delivery .^ *  The machinery listed above will all  be available during   present   season,  ow>rtg to being replaced   by   larger-  equipment.  Write for  detail  specifications and  prices,  ���1  The Crow's Nest Pass'  Coal Company, Mel  -    J- B. TnRN^Y, Purchasing Agent. /  fernie,; b.c. ;  - I-  ,C)000<*iO<XX��0<*KX>OOOOOOC>0<X>000  *v  A R zor new every morning is -  what you can have with   one   of  A. L. White'*��l$verytuanVV\tet or  Dry Hones, price $1 SO ,      ^    \    ���   : > V*^^  1  Elkhorn Beer  Close to the Smelter.  Is unexcelled, as is evidenced by  its  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sate at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronise home industry by insisting on having   -  'ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEEB  TEL. 1S5B  lea    .  Coffee  Spices   ._  and Extracts  0  Received Higho��t Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  '. *-  I  -������<  j  are railways, au.-l Lhough J. J.  Hill might have done mcjre than  he has on the V. V." & E., a little more consideration ought^ to  b2 given to wh.at has beea done.  What the Gazette has to say of  the Sunset's other charges is  clearly given in the folio win j?:  " When the Sunset says that  neither J. J. Hill nor anyone  authorized to speak for him has'  ever said that the Great Northern intended to build over the  distance lying between the Sitnil-  ezpenment has been successful.  and the chances  for young men  The Best Appointed Work-  ingm'en-s Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.    Hot arid  ���  -      ''".'.   Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.   *  OI��A L.OFSTAD,        - Proprietor  000<X>OOC^KK>00<>HK>0000��00<>00  \^/7nbs0r Hotel  ERNEST J. CARTIER. Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in tbe Boundary  Steam Heated.   Lighted  throughout  with electric lights.  First-class Bar,   Strictly up-to-date goods,  l;l  FIRST-CLASS CAFE. OPEN DAY AND MlfiHT  ***^ ^*"~ " .~ .   ii^i^n^Ii^sj*sLji_jstii  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash< \;E)o6rs,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  :������ Etc.   ,': 7:  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C,  | PHONE 65.,  O0O<X>O0OOO<X>O<rK><X>0O<*i-00OO<>0  Electric current   supplied   for  =_ = = , ^  ���^4.^*4>��4'4'4'^^*i'4'^g4��4��4'4>����4>*��4'^'*t'*�� at  4��  4��  4��  4��  4��  4��  Ladies' Galling Cards,Holland I/inen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous \ower  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We tan Save You Meaey  *  aat^a  Saass^aaaaaaaaaas  9>&J>i  J '���*SBlfei*����*��������^  'Ml$OrW^^&i&&^-  plliipiirls^feSfi:  ki&';:��-J|^'^S:^V77a  '   Presbyterian ini nisi  iii��>"'ttie'-  -Mill i^:-,.f ortobr I3K  :e'|ian;^f*fl|$ler7^  tew^  �����JSc^;-?::��^  notice ."'.{na 'fcaS^*.^: carS^feldin  '.-vi--..--������;->.-.-,--w>-.-*m^ >,-���.���----i --.-������ '--.r ��� tlie^firigers ^ ad-  M^Syrio^bf^ritis^j^  <?to&s,S^7M,^ dressed'tothe-hdlrler/"'-'  1^7^11 !ar^ft?Ph'oetii^to.^^ariaittio-' ������ ---���������  !^^E;i^-'i;-^i- A-^jS&Ti ''t:�� *-i-"' '7 ;7  Only.ror Men.  Jgetberv in7'aY^tx^;7pf7f7y $90  W  six yea s ago.  f|J^itev||^^  flir^E,^ for.  ���,..-,.���,.,��� '-"������-���*-���-     - v^5i(^^"*^jr^-j^^t*Her;  -im  [jl^iiProtest^  fl*-?^-^*^  |;M\yirelt^U(5d-purse.i  ���Y!-Y"Y:sY'-Y<--:.~Y  l)r. -Patbnl  lw-7-  ^ownWofc^he'^extra;  sprinc^  ^^ldiec* G^dle^  7 pany* Ayr*.!Qn{.V aird;; Mr, JToseph  ^.'���Roy if of t; ";'ojf /;��� Vancc-ii ver, - went  aofth ^  -^iiesdiiv ��� to ^evelpp:the;- site ac*-;  v^h&:t-does^tliis, mean?"  be asked!7?*.'^p-you address let-  tprs to f ou&rif?" YY7y77';77..y'7Y7:7  7Y7lJa::7^^7^^i7^^77-^^'::^t^.  answer.  ������yer%7vSee .'the.  4^iiired Yitoiafc-G7; ,Fi>;(' Kan e..,.  3^iiir;iand: at7 Invefnesi/cannery,  '\7^^i^^^sh^7\j^.. 7pr^*fjer^ty-,.  ;|S|*^;|j^j*i  '"���':": ���'���''' -atja^rfest Stir anMofe-^cc^niba 'aie  ���������������. i.' J-'i C*' - .'��� -' A ���..__' jZ ���~. -'ii-- A.--*.,  ,uyi:!CBr. ,,;ri.itougc.uicpia.  Will   ,Bioy  rbe^ade  onft^liace; to another by motor1  ���bpsCt,7^i:-,::'.. v'-'^ -7.7',':a-,v:-^::'-' .7:  ? A ^ictc*i&'S^  ovir^ ir hiealtte  maat branch b�� the Grand Trunk  pacific!'7^;|s-ab;:>ut: ���Jy/elye'mile��L  f; 'I^H-J^P^^o^-Kiisejas Ca)iydo, on- the  ^f4^:^i;;I^e'3^kelsei:;: :��w��_  iins^tts^^ ; Ideated  #��7; 7: there* accb-fding "^o those . inter-  fs"^~'-.;' '���,-;t-V';-*--'-.;vv,..':;'"- --.���.���:^'���c:":������������;���"��� r^'.-,- v ���"��������� ���'.������-. ��� ;���;���'  \i-:.:-^,:^y,~~4-*A<   and Sthreevnuaared  ana  I;i^''1;J^*^enty '--acr^8--'Of''xrown"7grantecTj.  :^iin'^  ���7; ^.^d.fe^itfidiatneter  ;yy lOae^tt jockK 60; or* 80^; feie i*'' iatei  ^i'^irjeptht-^T  ���^'.���a^uti^^^ . p;(h er ���  I? f spring^ about^ a quarlw pffa mie  ;':"^?^y^ayj' is:oVfeet;vin7diame^er-andf  i^fhigjbityi--impr^^^cd:": -, with ��� ^slil**;  I'j|pi2(j.^  =;i^^1-^t;";so;  ptherMde.^^-:: '^7''f77^7777''!'' ��� ���'^  7'^Be hield���;itj.'up^-aoii the p*her  $ide-xreadi; 'rBroiher Blank, there  yj*ij|:be a^theetinjgf of the, 1. G. (X  :^&,-:7tio7"m; at the hall, ..thi  evetrnag of October lj~to transact  special buatuesp. Memberg not  pfesent will, beiined $5. N: B  ^���^,"/8ec.r,etary..'V77' 7';' :7::^7;;:  ^*Yes,ibut 1 ,dpn't exactly catch  on*''"prptested the,innbcenf7^   7  7pY Ori;]you; ��� dp^ri:?-;'w^lU%gblb;  the-7cards printed  ^b^ejy^-^yall a^.myth.,'":^nfen?I-  vfauat to go out of an7eyetuag I  rjirect one or. these cAt^siitpvmy  house, Ireachvhpme^aipd;*th*jrw  hands -it: to tae ;wi^ a^ighr/I  iojffer to stay;hpme .ahd7starid.the  fine of a fiver, but: of course, she  wonU^aillpwiiiifytt That's all,-  my friend, except that the".scheme  *S worked by hundreds of pthers,  and pur poor "deluded wives haye  not tumbled to it .yet."-7News-.  Book. 7 ������. ;';���:--. ].:7yA 4'V.';  The Times is now ready, to  pritit -thexards.-.-'"...-. -.-��� i-.'  this yeaif:7B-fs/it$M:Jfpllp^yinjg- io  ���ay::: a.b^f i rthe^'^rojd^  iman agenient'.af��:^  fany i '77077777:1:fY77y; '-y '-7-^ 7^77^  *'��� Prp^iic^ri^l^x  .igp-r.^s^iivi^^o'n^ pi��, hiak-i  in g 5,68t^7?^^pj!>u^  U^.^'^^^jT^^ikcV- 36yi03'  ounces '':igo\S'0^.^t7.;ci\t7xiSh\r yesr  I905r7productib^ ,309  pounds; fine"copper, 93'410 ounces  %lver ;nndv:^f226/ ounces gold.;,  shbwingvia .opnsiderable;v falling;  :pfi7in the precious^ metal yaluiis  of-:pref,treaied,'.' vThev new smelting plant;wiii give a monthly c\-  pacity-^;about 50,000 tons, as  compared^:'"ivith .18,000 ton's! in  1905,'nriii ^hile the erffectVwill  npt^bfli fully felt in 1906 produc-  tion, the 1907 output should reach  ���about 15,000.000 pounds fine copper. The . mine, while low. in  grade, has an immense tonnage  assured, aud the management  seems all that could be desired.  DOCTORS MISTAKES  Are said often t^h&b^^d.six feet under  ground. But many^Miiaiesswpmen call on  their family physrclisns^suff^rlrig, as they  Imagine, one^from dys^pM^anotherfrom  heart disease, another: 'frtniJi ver or. kidney disease, angthwfroin: nervous pcos-  tratlon, another vyith,patt"nere and there,  and in this way: theyTpreisent alike to  :��� tliemselvesandtheiiv'ejgy-golng or over-  husydoct^ri-separate rliseases, for which  ho, assuming theffltKi-'bo-silch, prescribes  his pills and nption^i-Ihci^ettlity, they are  all onIy*ij(jnpto7��w cause* Ivy^isdme uterine  disease. -The'Bh^lclarij'**grtorant of the  ceruse of suffering, l^psiip^Ti*iXtreatment  ton til large bills are imide. ;^*iii->jjjTerinK  patient gets no better\JJswreasba^*>tho  ,**9a*aaaa*%aa*aaa*aaaaaa*,-  s     ���  WORTH  TAKING  aere-  v A. L. WhileThas a fine stock of  sewing machines-   for sale or to  ;rent.-/-.;       . ,.--"7^- .- ''7,'-:  ��� -,  ecuia-w.^rtq-cmiM. ��m  have entirety remoyeai-lie disease, flil....  by aispeiiinf aU those 4istSesSirig^syrap-^  -'tains, and instltutinj-j-:comforjt Instead' of  prolonged misery;: it has been ���w'eil said,  that**a disease known is half cared."  '..-. Dr; Pierce's Favorite'Prescription is a  scientific medicine, eairefu|ly*devised by  an-experienced -and skillful  physician,  ,,and adapted to woman's^cHcate system.  ItiSDiadeof nativw American meaicinal  toots and Is. perfectly''harmless In Its  affects th  Sf/siem.  -    "   - pa-  fsss&ssr  asTatsaimiimmo mtimmr^nrnp  As ajpowerful invigorating tonic  vorlte Prescription** unpilrta strength to  tho whole system and to the organs distinctly fomlnino in particular. For overworked, ���* worn-Out," rundown." debilitated  teachers, '.mtlllnersi-dressmakers,  seamstresses,"shdij-girls,**liouse-keep^rs;.  ��ii^ngmotkhers,;and feeble women j��en  Some Statistics*  7^p��v^t^:y-: CPpp^|;;^^d^B��Pk  For Trunks, Suit  Cases, Travelling  :&M  'M...'  t|*;U27 milesL v'lbngV'  ^B^injg:: placg^j|;w:  is- aTdeiightful  AND  TBQUBLt-D THIS LADY TILL ZAM-BUK CUBED.  "'7 Miss kSwy LcVssqne, 3x3 Stadacijia St .Tlochelaga,' Wfoh-  treal writes :������������ I bare found Zmm-Bak an cxcsllest remedy for  skin eraptione. Up to this Spring I was bothered for almost  five yoit% withs.rsd rath,��m*H puiiplei and sores oh my face and on  the Jcalp thro* the hair. Nothing I wed would clear this raub from the  skin tiatil"I b��fan using Z��na-Bnk. Thwsiil��eh"ii effectually and I  ; believe permaMntly taleeh off tho��e unsightly pitioiples and sores from  both scalp and face, I ��hail recommend Zaro-Bak to ill my friendK.*'  ��� Forhe��lBif ��ei��Bui��i?d andi-iaduaMt Ztn-  BtdckwitkiaiitMiwL It k*^od*>��r��b��om����ko��.  wh.nirillrabWdi-i. PUMdwyiddtoZaiB'Bulc  Allp-lortiiind drufjfjrti, 5*0. or Zui-Bak C6.|  Tatt -���������"���"������������  .... Dr. Pierce's Favorite'Prescription  ia the greatest earihly^bobn, being un-  eflualed7as an oppetizingl'cordial and fe-  staratlve tonic     '  As a soothiaj;  ins  amd ib invaiuaDio in allaying  duing nervous excitability, irritability,  nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration,*  neuralgia, hystcriai; spasms. St. Vltus's  dance, and 'Other;- distressing, nervous  fymptoms commonly ; attendant upon  functional ahrj 'organic; disease of the:  nterus.- It induces refreshing sleep and -  relieves'jnehtal anxiety and despondency.  ^ Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Invigorate  ���Mte'stomach, liver* and bowels. One to  wree a dose.  Easy to take as candy.  OnaonnoeFluid ExtractDaodalloa;  Ona ounce Oomponnd 8alaton�� ;  Four ounces Oomponnd Syrup  Sanaparilla;  MixBd aad taken in teaapoonfol  doaea after each meal and at badtima,  is pronounced by a prominent phyal-  ofaa te ba the bast mixtun for the  .cure ��f tha kidney, bladder, and all  urinaiy trouble*.  ^ This aaya tha doctor, is the moat  simple though remarkable prMOrijp-  tton aver written to oleansa 6ha  ���yitam ef impurities and .-afaata  I"*^?; It seta aa a powerful tonic  to the kidneys, forcing thorn, to filter.  rat tha aoidi aad poisons, overcom-  Im rheumatism, lama back, aoiatiea  aaa other affliotions arining feom  soar, impure Mood.  Kb* ingredianta can ba procured ai ���  ���s-Tgeoddriw store, and bWgpvaralr "  vafilaUaand aatlrahr harmfaas,ten '7.  aaafly be mixed at home.           L?  It w<*�� k��v�� �� aofiariag friend show  tirfsto him, as ha will undoubtodly  baaleassd to lean* of ao aunia aad  M|My wwwimaadad a lesnady.  ��� MMUMIIIIUM  :: I  FOUIi ROOM H0t|SE,on the  ChitrGh Street^ across the  street '��� froni Isjbiioolhouse,  House apd 7 V077ior $225.  Clear title, Taie^rpaid up to  |anua:ry;ls^/:t9^&|7       ..-/._;/  :.:���;'' Tom^ali; Nevada  THE  !  - For Business Men :  Letterheads,  '   Envelopes, '  Billheads, "   *  Statements,  .   Receipt Forms,  Business cards,  Posters.  .Dodgers,  Shipping Tags,  For Rent cards,  For Sale cards,  Blotters,  Etc  %  Society Printing:  Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for Balls, Etc.  Dance Programs,  concert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  Private calling cards,  Lodge Printing,  church Printing,  Score cards,,  Fine Half Tone  Printing,  Note Paper.  LOOSE LEAF SYSiTm  We have the necessary machinery fojr doing this class of work, andean furnish you.  with billheads no matter what system you are using.   -  Mining Co.'s Printing:  Prospectus, ,  Handsome Stock Certificates,  Legal Documents,     .  Notices of Meetings,  I .  SpeciaifReceipt Forms,  Time Cards, -  .   - Mining Reports,  Shipping-Reports, Etc.  *'  Colored Poster Printing:  . We are equipped to turn  out the oeet color poster  printing in Southern  British Columbia.  Work done    -  in twf> or three  .^colors or  in combinations.  .HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. 15, 1906)  Isjk dozen books in. one, covering iBe  history. Geography, Geolog-y, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Tarmlri-  ology, Uses, Statiatica and Finaaoao ef  Copper. It is a practical book, ua��f��l  toall and necessary to most men ��n-  eajred in anv branch of the Copper  Indue try.. ���. ;������;. 7' -.' -..'"  Its facta will paas muster with tha  trained scientists, and ita language is  easily understood by tke everyday mat..  It gives the plain facts in plain tag'  Ush without fear or favor.  Its lists and describes 4626 Copper.  Minsa and Companies in-all parts of*  ths world, desenptiona running-from  twolinaato sixteen pafje*; a**5rdia(j  to importance of the property.  The Copper Handbook ia conceded to  he the  dvstpmmB  .itstoniis*  dohtoOBifiia  your>s��if  indoor*  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements*  ���    NOTICE. ������ ,  Fauayjoe Mineral Claim, situate'In-tke Kettle  Tniver Mlaintr DItUIoh   of Tale   District.  '   Where located: Welllng-ton Camp (South]  TASTE NOTICE thatj, Charles H. Tve, Free  Miner's Certificate i No. B10018, Intend, sixty  da ji trom tbe dale hereof, toapply to the Mining Recorder fora Certificate'of Improremante  for the porpote of obtaining- a Crovrn Qrant of  theaboTe claim,      -->7::;-;^ ;���'-'  And farther take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of snch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 6th day of MayrA. D. 1908.  CHARLES H. TYE.  **������  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY   CO.,   LTD.  _-   ^^^^^^^^^"^^^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^������������������sBWaMBmjf.-s'ammmpmm-BmBssmMB^ -  New Westmiiiister. B. C.  <ireenwood Liquor Co., Agents, Greenwood  LAND REGISTRY ACT  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE,''  No. 2 Fraction. No. 6 Fraction and Hartford  'Mineral Claim, sitnate,In the Greenwood  ..-'.'. Miiilnaf Division"of JVale -District. Where  located:   Caiml Catpp.  West Fork of the  -..;..' Kettle Rlver/.7"?^ C: ��� :'"7"  TPAKE   NOTICE,that I, Robert D.  Kerr,  :* Free 'Miner'**: certificate No. B6800 acting  -for myself and aa agent for JamesC Dale, Free.  Miner's Certificate No;-B10104i and -P. ri. S.  Stanhope, Fne Miner's Certificate No.  B6667,  Intendmxty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining- Recorder.for a Certificate of Improvements for  the 'pnrpoM   of obtaining^  Crown'Grant.of the above claim.  ' And further take notice that action tinder section 37, most be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Eleventh dav of May. A.D.1908.  ROBERT D. KERR  TAKE NOTICE thatan application has been  made to register James Henry Uiggin* aa  the owner In Fee Simple, nnder a Tax Sale  Deed from George Birkett Taylor, Collector of  Municipality of City of Greenwood, to James  Henry Hlgglns.bearlng date the Twentieth day  of December. A.D. 1907, ol all and singular that  certain parcel or tract of land and premises sitnate. lying and being In the City of Greenwood,  In the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known and described as Lot twenty-  three GO., Block J, Map 46, City of Greenwood,  B.C.    -    .- ���     '   ..'- ;���  :���{���:.'���. ���  Yon and each of yon are required to contest  the claim'of the tax purchaser within forty-  five days from the date of the first Insertion of  this notice, and in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed���and In <*ef aolt  of redemption���within such period;'you will be  forever estopped and debarred from setting up  anv-claim to or In respect of the said land, and  I shall register James Henry Higgins as owner  thereof. '  Dated.at Land Registry Office,'Kamloops,  Province of British Columbia, this Thirty-first  day of December. A.D., WOT.  W. H. EDMONDS, District Registrar.  To Edward Nash, Esq., and  William H. Asquitb.  ^tt<?^ww>J^**A^TT*fmr-'-,*,oooa(])ooijU  CANADIAN  '''.PAGiric  ail way;  Application Na. 12535a.  LAND REGISTRY ACT,  LAND NOTICE  NEATNESS AND PROMPTNESS  and the quality of stock used are the main factors that have built us up the largest job  "   printing business enjojed by any printing bouse in the Boundary country.  BOOK ON COPPER  The Mining Man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines,  mining and the metal.  The Investor needs the book for the  faets it (rives him about mining-, mining- investments and copper statistics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English.  y Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt top;  S7.S0 in full library morocco, will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  4S3.PoBtoffice Block, Houghton,  Michigan.  Government iS fcreet,  29  Green-wood, B. C.  HEALTHFUL  AND  PLEASANT  IF YOU WEAR  *2K*  WATERraOOF  ODiEDOJomNG  L*Wy  wit srTrjftP  Similkameen Land District.  District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that I Isabella Stianss.of  Midway, B.C., occupation Housekeeper, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the  toitowlfif described land*��� -  Commencing at apost planted at the North-  East cornerof H. Stranss'Pre-emption. Lot No.  7878. thence East 40 chains; thence soath 20  chains; thence west 40 chains; thence north 20  chaius to point of commencement, and containing 10 acres-more or less.  '.-��� 7r II3ABET.I-A STRAUSS.  Per H. STRAUSS, Agsnt  Dated February ISth, 1908.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District*   District  of Yale..  TAKE NOTICE that I Frederick Crawford,of Park Raplds,Mlnnesota,occnpatlon  Farmer,<intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: I  . Commencing at a post planted 60 chains Northerly from the Nortb-west Corner of H.  Strauss' Pre-emption, Irf>t No. 7S7S, thence  north 60 chains; thence west 3o chains; thence  soath 60 chains; thence east 20 chains to point  of commencement, and containing 120 acres,  more er less.  FREDERICK CRAWFORD,  Per HENRY STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated the 15th day of February, 1908.  TAKE NOTICE that an application has  been made to register Harcourt P. Dickinson astheowntriaFeaSimple,anderaTaz8ale  Deed frem George Birkett Taylor, Collector of  Municipality of the City of Greenwood, to  Harcourt P. Dlcklnson.bearlngdata the 7th day  of December, A.D. IWt. of all and singular that  certaia parcel or tract of land and premises  situate, lying aad being In the City of Greenwood, ia the Proviaceof British Columhla,more  particularly known and described aa���the North  36 feet of Lot Five (5), Block Eleven (11), Map  Twenty-One (21), City of Greenwood.  Ton aad each of you are required to coataat  tha clalat of tha tax purchaser within forty-five  days from the date of the first Insertion of this  notice, and Ja defaalt of. a caveat or certificate  of Us pesdeas being filed���aud in default of re  demptlon���within such period, yon will ba for  ever estoppad ani debarred from setting ap any  claim ta or la respect of the said land, aad I  shall register Harcourt P.Dickinson as owner  thereof.  , Dated at Land Registry Office, Kamloops,  Province af British Columbia, this Sixth  day of January, A.D. 1MB.  W. H. EDMONDS,  - District Registrar  To LAURA A. WARD* 7t  SUMMER  EXCURSION RATES,  EAST  fro? ��ree��wood to Winnliw,  Fort William, Dulutb. st. Pwil.  Sioux City,  Chicago, $72.50   St. I,ouis,S67.50 \  New York,108 50   Toronto. y4.40  '  Montreal, 108,50   Ottawa, 108.50  St John,NB,127.50 Halifax 135.50  m       Sydney, CB.. $141.90     ���  Tickets on sale May 4 and 18,  Jane S, 6,19 and 20, July 6, 7, 22  and 15, August 6,7, 21 and 22,19(MH  First class, Sound Trip, Niaety  Day Limit  Routes���These tickets are good  via any recognized routes ia one  or both directions, To destiuat-*  iona east of Chicago are good via  the Great Lakes. For f urllier information, rates, Sleepi-- car.  reservations, etc, apply <������>.  J.MOi>. B.J.  D.P.A. Nelaea     A.��.P-A  !  UHOPATH  GREEN WOO 3  "DYLBr  asoarar  AOIKT  ��� 08000��OMOOO��s>aoO>**��rsB��  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District,  of Yale.  District  House, sign and-all exterior and  and interior painting and decor;  a ting promptly done.  mall Papering  J-hid Kalsdmining  Send in yeva. ftpring orden*.  -1  Box 355, Qreeawood.  cllwss Qovernmant street.  TAKE NOTICE that I Henry :.8tr-*us�� of  Midway, B.C., bv occupation Farmer,  Intend ty apply for permlssloa to purchase the  fallowing described land: Commeactngat a  post planted at tbe North West corner of H.  Strauss Pre-emption Lot No. 787 9, thence north  80 chains; thence east SO chains; thence sonth  80 chains; thence west 80 chains te paint of  commencement, aad containing M0 acres, more  or lata.  HENRT STRAUSS,  Dated February 3rd, 1908,  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE That Ellen Long, of Park  Kapids,   Minn., occupation   Housekeeper,  intends to apply  for  permission  to purchase  the following described lands: Commencing at  a post planted at the South East corner of Application to Purchase Record No. 264S being  Survey Lot No. 788S; theace east SOchains;  theace sonth 60'chains; thenca west 80 chains;  thence north 60 chains to point of commencement, and containing 480 acres, more or less.  ELLEN LONG,  Per Henry Strauss, Agent  .Dated December 9th, 1907.  Similkameen  Land District,  of Yale.  District  TAKE NOTICE that William Edward McArthur ol Greenwood, British Columbia,  by occupation Lumberman, intends to apply  for a special timber licence aver the following  rtc-cribed lands: Commencing at a post planted  at about five chains distant in aa easterly  direction from tbe northwest corner of A.  Fisher's pre-emption. Lot 1098; thenca east  about 35chains; thence uonth 40 chains to U  Eustace's northwest corner; tbence east 35  chnins; thence nor h 40 chains to Lontier's  southwest con er; thence north 40 chains;  thence east 10 cba ns; thenca north 40 chains;  Ihencewt^t 80 chains; tlience south 80 chains  to the place of beginning and containing MO  acres, more or less.  Located tbe 17th day of December, 1907.  Wrxjxtu Edward McA*thou.  Dated 27th December, 1907. *a34t  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regn  ,    latioBs.  A NT available Dominion Lands within the  -"-Railway Belt la British Columbia, may be  homsstaaded by any parson who is the sole  head of a family, or any male over II years of  aga, tc lhe extent of one-quarter section of 160  acres mora ar leas.  Entry must ba made personally at the local  land c ffice for the district la which the land is  situ .s. Entry by proxy may, however, ba  ma' e on certaia conditions by tke fathar,  mrlher, son, daughter, brother or slater of an  In.ending homsetaader.  The homesteader Is required to,- perform: i  conditions connected therewith under ana   i  the following plans: '  (1) At least six months' rssldsuca npon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  2 If the fa ther (or mother, if the father Is  deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a  farm ia the vicinity of tbe land catered for.the  requirements aa to residence may be satisfied  by such person residing with the father or  mother. ' '  [3J If the settler has his permanent -residence  upon '���*��� ding land owned by him in the vicinity if his homestead, the requirements as to  residence may be satisfied by residence upon  the said laud,  Six mouths' notice in writing should be given  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at  Ottawa of Intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may be leased -for  a period of twenty-one years at an annual  rental of ��1 per acre. Not more than &5t*0  acres shall be leased to one Individual or  company. A royatty at tbe rate of five cent  per ton shall be collected on the merchantable  coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the M inlster of the In terior.  N. B.���Unauthorized  publication af this ad  vertlsement wilt not be paid for.  Similkameen Land District*  District  of Yale  TAKS NOTICE that Joseph H. Leasia of  th.* District of Yale, Provinceof British  Co1nmbi.\by occupation timber cruiser, intends  toapply for permission to purchasethefollowlag  described laud: Commenciugat apost marked  J. H. Leasla's *S.E- Corner Pott situated at the  North East corner of J.H. Feeney *s application  Lot 622; theace north 20 chains: thence west  20 chains; tbence sonth 3) chains; theace eas  20 chains, to place of commencement, and containing 40 acres, mora or less.  Joseph H. Leasia, Locator  Dated November 2nd, 1907.  Similkameftn Land District.   District  oi*Yale  TAKE NOTICE that Anna Wilg m. of Park  Rapids, Minn., occupation Housekeeper,  .ntends to applv for permission to purchase  'the following described lands: Commencing  at a post planted at the North East corner of  W. Hager's Pre-emption Record No. UsS,being  Survey Lot No. 789S ; theace East 80 chains,  thjnce sonth 60 chains; theace West SO chain  theace north 60 chains, to point of commence  ment containing 480 acres, more or less.  ANNA WILsON  Per Henry   StraascAgen  Dated December 11 tb,1907.  77''7^^  Y-*7tfm  '7"s?*-W  .-.''.--'-��;1  -'��� ��� ^Sff  yyMM  ���������'$mm  ���'������ ** -J^tr"*  ������ - ',--';;:��  '" ������ -M&  ���   ��� ' ���'C^M  ������' '������;-3��&i  ' '-?7'-sI  'YyWmM  , * ������3-ig  ������'Wtr-i  [.i.^'ihg  ,77Yy!m^  7-JI777M?  YY::7;ijMm  ���?W  ....;���*.-.  * t*>7��*9  ������,iYYY^  .'" - '������j**>';^  - - ���- ��� -- -y. yr?,.,s&  ���-. -     ���y.v?M<?h  '��� ��� ���-'=.-&{  :���'���V'.VSJf*!  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THE BROADWAY BRAND  is made by the Chalcraft Co,���who  employ the most skilful tailors, Their  clothes embody the best shrunk Linen  Canvas,best Felt,best Silesia and Body  Linings, best Haircloth, best Wool  Pads, best Stays,  Well Worked - Perfect Fit - Correct Cut  Try  the   Broadway  for your Spring Suit  Purely Personal  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings  n.  ..  i  nnn  l  Invictus  Slater  Shoes,   Pitt Hats.  SPECIAL SALE OF SPRING HATS  Always Ask for  Gordon s  London li fi  greenwood  IMPORTERS  Elquor go  GFEENWOOD     -  %  ��-*  ���**  ���*%  *���%  *���*  ���**  ���**.  %  1  JiJtJtJtJtJtJtJtJtJVJtJtJIJIJtJIJt JtJtJtJtJiJtJtJtJlJtj*JtJtJ*JlJiJ*^  *  ft  ��*>  ���ft  ft  ,fc  %  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ���ft  ���ft  ft  ft  ft  ��*  ft  ft  ���*  j*r^if*ff'irs��'K'ji*"friP��r8r fr^-^jPtt*' -fTrrf tf,*fV'!f?*rriv,*r?^}f ���{rir^^^tri^  M. C. Wright, brother of W.O.  Wrigbt, left for his'home in London, Eng., on Monday.  W. Richardson, Jr., Portage  La Prairie, is the new stenographer at the B. C. Copper Co. .     J  Iuspector of Inland Revenue, J,  E. Millar, of Vancouver, paid his  regular half yearly visit to Greenwood yesterday.  C. J. Leggatt and T. J. Hardy,  of Midway, and Thos. R.'Hanson,  Rock Creek, were all in Greenwood yesterday.  Mrs. Frith of Edmonton, and  her daughter,Mrs. Edmiston.were  at the Imperial this wetk, the  guests of K. C. B. Frith.    > '  T. J. Benninger,of Grand Forks  went up tbe West Fork on Saturday to do some assessment work  on his claims there.  F. X, Moore, the popular drummer of the Orchestra was over  from Grand Forks yesterday and  will bring his family back "here  next week. '  Born���At the Sister's Hospital,  Greenwood, to Mr. and Mrs. R.-H.  Hewer, a son.  Mrs. A. F. Thomas, of Nelson,  is visiting at'the home of her father, J. McCreath, Sr. Mrs. H. R.  Stevenson, of Midway was also  visiting there yesterday.  George R. Naden, M. LTa..,  reached Prince Rupert early last  week by the Camosun. A dispatch, dated May 6, stated that  he had secured a site for an office  there.  Rev. A. Venables, successor to  Mr. Porter at St. Jude's, arrived  in Greenwood Wednesday. Mr.  Porter leaves today f. r his new  home at Etiderby.  L. B. de Veber,- former manager ^of the Bank of Montreal  here, and now of Nelson, was in  town yesterday looking over the  busy town.  W. G. Kennedv is spending a  couple of days this week in Spokane. Mr. Kennedy's visits to  the Metropolis of the Inlaad Empire are becoming dangerously  frequeHt. What kingdom can  that be?  G. B. Taylor and W. E. Elson  have beeu chosen by Boundary  Valley Lodge, I. O. O. F., as  representatives at the Grand  Lodge in New Westminster about  the middle of June. Mr. Taylor  takes his holidays beginning on  the 8th of June, E. Foyle Smith  and E. H. Mortimer were elected  alternates.  Shaw in a circulations contesfc.  Twenty-one young ladies from  all oyerV B C. will .travel for  three weeks in California* leaving Vancouver "on July: 18th.  Miss Asseltine will be in charge*  If theSunset used as much judgment in its editorials as it does in  the\seiection of its circulation  manager, it might be a "ringer."  , J. D. Spence and W.C: Thomas  went to Rossland yesterday on a  short business trip  C. J.. Wilson returned yesterday  There.are now five stages running regularly out of Greenwood.  Phoenix Rebekahs visited the  local lodge last night. After the  regular, meeting a dance and "At  Home "was given.  The smelter whistle pit ed ils  first,lay on Tuesday at 1 o'clock.  When will the eggs appear?  ���'Colonel's humor."  Experienced Waitress or chambermaid wants position in B. G.,  apply E.G., Post Office, Box 330,  Calgary, Alberta.  '* Napoleon ", Bowser will   con-  from a.busiuess trip to the Simil-j dtfct the      se<:uliotl iri thti Cedl  kameen.     He   went   as   far   a8!d|ocafie whicb.comes' up at the  Princeton.  TOWN 70<PICj  Art Squares, Linoleums, Japanese  Matting.  Special Sale of New Lines.  Old Rugs Taken in Exchange.  A. L. WHITE  Phone 16  FURNITURE AND STOVE MAN  The Palace Livery Stable  lis in  III  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. C.  PROPRIETOR  rfV^V.  **�������������%��>  ��V<  H." Browning, purchasing agent  for ihe Best Copper Company in  the world, returned to his work  in the head office of that company here on Tuesday. Mr.  Browning has spent his holidays  near Kamloops and at the coast,  and has lately been exercising  himself at the good old' game of  soccer.  Spencer Benerman, James At-  wood, Fred Moshier and W.  Phipps are leaving today for the  iron locations made last fall by  Messrs. Benernan and Atwood.  These locations are in the now  familiar Sturgeon Lake district,  North from Ignace, Ont. Mr.  Benerman has been in camp a  tew dayH making preparations.  C. P. R. engineers Smith and  Walmsley, of Nelson, were looking up track improvements at the  smelter yesterday. Master Mechanic Austin of the C. P. R. at  Revelstoke, and D. C. Fraser of  Nelson, whe succeeds Bridge  Superintendent McKenzie, killed  at Farron a month ago. were "in  town wish a like purpose.  Miss L. Asseltine, representing  the Saturday Sunset,was in town  Monday. Miss Asseltine is manager of the circulation department and enlisted the services of  Miss May Lawson and Miss Ida  Rock knocked down by the  beavv rains on Wednesday near  Shields delayed the trains about  two hours.  Nomination of officers at Boundary Valley Lodge next Tuesday  atight. Election the following  week.  Greenwood Concert Orchestra  has.been engaged to play at the  Hospital dance at Phoenix on the  29 th inst.  John L. Coles has a splendid  supply of fishing tackle. Everyone can fish everywhere after today���take a look.  Weather permitting. Tennis enthusiasts will have a gala day on  the courts tomorrow afternoon.  It will be the opening afternoon.  A meeting of the Baseball club  will be held next Tuesday evening in the City Hall for organization. Everyone interested in  the game is cordially invited..  The annual vestry meeting of  St. Jude's Church (Anglican),  for the election of officers, etc.-,  for the ensuing year will be held  iu the church next Tuesday evening, May 19, at 8 p. m.  Tierney's camp ou the Mother  Lode branch is now the scene of  considerable activity. This week  there are~90 men on the payroll  at Deadwood and everything is  being rapidly whipped into shape  to make the dirt fly on the new  grade.  MRS. MURRAY. Graduate iu  vocal and instrumental music is  prepared to receive pupils in  piano, organ and voice. Latest  Conservatory methods taught.  Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday ; Midway, Thursday; Phoenix, Friday  aud Saturday. For terms and  further particulars applv at room  34, Pacific Hotel.  J. L. Coles has a stock of wall  paper that is unexcelled for tasty  designs. Look 'em over.  Friday   nigh't   the    Orchestra  gave the second of its  surprise  smokers in honor of Lester McKenzie, who left on Tuesday for  Vancouver,  whence he   will return a week today with his partner for life.    The boys presented  him with a large Mission clock.  The hands of the clock  are unprotected,  so that  thev can  be  turned back  easily when  Lester  is out. late  at orchestra smokers  and the like.    The program was  contributed by everyone present  and they all stepped up like little  men before   Judge Warren and  Officer McKay and presented their  mite of humor, of coin or song.  Even the fortunate Lester  took  his punishment manfully and said  he was sure it was a good  thing  to do.    And the orchestra promised to behave while both Messrs.  McKenzie and HalJett were away,  for the latter left on Saturday to  at-end the  Grand Lodge of the  K.   of  P.'s   at   Vancouver  this  w^ek.    Everyone will  wish  Mr.  McKenzie all  the  good there is  for hinf as a benedict, while   Mr  Hallett's congratulations will be  reierved  to see whether or not  ke brings.anyone back with him.  We have bargains in Wall Paper remnants that we wish to clear.  Get busy before that tall chimney  tarts spouting.    M:Rae Bros.  For   6ale���Roll    Top   Desk,  Assizes here on tbe 26th inst. So  far the Ceddio - case is the only  criminal one on the docket.  Thexase of Dockstader, whose  leg was broken by block and  tackle giving way at the Idaho  mine, against the Dominion Copper Co,, was won by the company  at the' Assizes at Nelson last  week. The evidence, the Judge  considered, showed negligence on  Docksteader's part.  Ed. R iwlaad who has been editing the North Coast, at Port  Simpson, B.C., returned from the  Indian country this week. The  North Coast died a natural death  a few. weeks ago, subsequent to  the provincial government' measure   cutting 'off   all   the timber  liccenses; The Indians appreciated the paper, but the Indians  buy things ou the instalment  plan, take them oa the reserve  and then there are no second instalments. Accordingly business  with them isn'f lucrative. After  getting to Victoria, the steamship  companies carry you so cheaply  that its cheaper to travel than to  stand still, so Ed. spent a few  days in Seattle and Tacoma, He  reached Greenwood on Monday  and is now working in this office  Shape-Holding Coat Fronts -  Coats whose shape is cut and built into them,  with a foundation of hair cloth and canVas,  firmly sewn and bound together, so that the  fronts hold their shape until worn out       _ .  There ia none of that dia-jRed down appearance from under the lapel to the bottom of  trie coat, no deep vertical Wrinkles, no general limp appearance. -  A man need never, worry about leaving1 his  4&itf$^  - coat or overcoat open. ���<  The original beautiful lines-will 'stand true  and firm fr->ni theday   it leave*  the tnidel*  stand until it is worn out.  Come in and let us show you this clothing    ���  The  HUNTER-KENDRICK  GO., LIB.  X^^+^'>*^4'^4'+*>4'+^4'*>^^4'4'+^'*'����-  4*  Cottage,   4   roomp,   close  in.  'V     4 rooms, near Hospital,  '���������.    4 rooms, near Smelter  Log House, 4 rooms " "  Cabins and Rooms in air parts1  of the City.  Bealey Investment & Trust Co.* Ltd.  .        OPPOSITE THE'POST OFFICE.  ���ju  ���������������*���:  St <���$�� ^i �������� aft ��|* ���** ��$�� <��* !*$��� ��f* ��$��� *|.<*tU*|.*|��-^-|.-|��*|k.-^-J^*^-|��-^,4��  I P. BURNS tS CO., Ltd.^  ..     '   ��� . V,,.  v��-:....,---.,|-  3  i  The Phoenix Brewing Co. wil'.li  after May 10, 1908, attend to all  *  the business interests of the Elkhorn Brewing Co.   and   fill  all  orders   with   prompt   attention.  We hope to rebuild  the Elkhorn  Brewery shortly, but in the mean  time'will put in a first-class storage, and will be able to give good  service in draught  and  bottled  beer.     Telephone    No.   138   as  heretolore.  DEALERS IN  SCHOOL REPORT  APRIL.  FOR  Division I.���J. L. Watson.  Pupils   actually   attending....  21  Average daily attendance  19.10  Percentage of regularity.....  90.95  Pupils present every session: Theodore Hunter, Fred Jaynes, Marjorie  McArthur, George Redpath, Frances  Rowe, Willie Smith, Gordon Smith.  Division II.���J. M. McKenzie.  Pupils actually attending 34-  Average daily attendance  31,35  Percentage of regularity  82 26  Pupils present eyery session: Ernest  Anderson, Henry Anderson, Lena Archibald, MauJie Sales, Vera Hall,  Harold Hunter, Charlie McArthur,  Hazel Redpath.  Division III.���C. M. Martin.  Pupils actually attending. 32  Average daily attendance.' 29.88  Percentage of regularity.' 93 38  Pupils present every session: Ernest Archibald'* Leo Barnett, Judith  Johnson, Roy May, Donald McAllister,  Celia Mcintosh, Reggie McKernan,  Grace Ri.dp4th, Vera Redpath, Bina  Smith, Wetacel Semerad, Dick Taylor,  Tom Taylor.  9  9  9  9  *  9  9  9  9  9  0  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  ft  ft  t  99999999999999999999999999999999^^^9999999999*999999  \:Y  Tresb and Cured meats  Fish and Poultry;  ,w*  i  I  &  '���.  T  A great many Americans from  Washington are said to be considering coming into the country  west of Greenwood, between be-e,  and the Simi-kameen. For people with only a few thousand dollars ahead, there .are unusual Opportunities in that country. Some  of these people may locate also  along the upper* waters of Boundary creek. Land can be_had in  either of these sections at a  reasonable price, and although  returns come a little slow for the  first year   or   two,  the ranchers  who have taken up this land have  proven .'what it ^an do. It can .  be obtained cheaplv, unimproved  land, some of it. for little more  than $3 an acre, and lots of it for  $10 an acre.' Families can obtain  ��� large acreage'_ of excellent land  for the same money that will buy  only a few acres over the line and  in other parts of B. C, and ik a  very few years it.will be everv  bit as good.  A  '}\  First elass Slot Machine���at a  bargain.   Coles' Bookstore  If you wish to rent a piano, see  A. L. White  ���     .. -    May IS'08  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The followlnp table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for 1100, 1901, 1902, 1903,  1904, 190S, 1906 and 1907, as reported to the Greenwood Times��� >  Past  Minf. 1900       1901       1902        1903        1904        190S       1906        1907        1908   Week  Granby Mines..... 64,533   231,762   309,858. 393,718   549,703   653,889   801,404   6U.537     408,098   24,309  Snowshoe       297      1,741    20,800    11.212            8,426   135.0CI   :,   367  B. C Copper Co....  Mother Lode....    j,340    99,034   141,326   138,079   174,298   147,576   105.90C   308,231    ���..   PUBLIC NOTICE  Two New Offices Created.  Public Notice is hereby given that  John Withell,96 AlcKay Street,Montreal, has been appointed General  Manager and Administrator of the  business of the Midway Townsite  Company and C. M. Crouse'as correspondent. JOHN WITHELL  May 15th, 1908.- -  Application for Liquor License.  In thirty days from date, I intend to apply  tothe Superintendent of Provincial Police for  a renewal of "Liquor License for the premises  known as The Riverside Hotel, Rock Creek,  B.C., to commence on July 1st, 1908.  S. T. LARSEN, applicant, ��-  May lst,.1908. Rock Creek, B.C.  LICENSE ACT, 1900.  TAKE -NOTICE that I, Evan O. Lewis, of  Boundary Falls, intend app^-ing' to the Superintendent of Provincial'Police, at the expiration of one month from the date hereof, for a re-  ���newal of my hotel license for the premises  apply J, W�� MellOf, Commercial i known as the Smelter Hotel, at Boundary Falls  x/      , I    Dated at Boundary Falls, the 7th day of May,  JlOtel -       - \ I9o8. Signed, E, O. IJSWIS  B. C. Mine    19,494-  Emma  .....      Oro Denoro.......   _   Bonnie Belle    Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem  ,  Idaho. ���.       Rawhide '.    Sunset   _   Mountain Rose.   Athlestan..!    1,200'  Morrison..'   R. Bell   _   Senator   Brey Fog-le   No. 37   Reliance       Sulphur Kin-r   Winnipeg-..:    1,076  Golden Crown    2,250  King-Solomon    _   Big Copper   No. 7 Mine..       City of Paris........     Jewel_   - 160 .  Riverside,   Carmi...-.    . .....  Sally..... :      Rambler...   Butcher Boy   .......:  Duncan.. , ���  Providence.  .  Elkhorn...... ....:   Strathmore..   Qeldeu Eagle ......  _   Preston   .......  Prince Henry ......   .'..  Skylark...... ...,:...      Last Chance.........  _.   E. P.-TJ. Mine   Bay, r. 7..  ..... ..  Mavis. ,      Don Eedro.._   Ceescent    ........  Helea.   Ruby.; :   j   Republic _   Miscellladeoua._...   3.230  47,405  650  14,811  8,530  19,3fjS  22(937  15,537  37,960.  16,400  32,350  3,070  3,250  1,759  4.586  802  *�����   550  7,455  15,731  5,646  3,339  560  363  150  3,450  222  ��� /  785  625  482  2,060  890  364  33  1,'40  2,435   ��  875  665  2,000  350  ......���  9,485  3,007  20  1,488  11304  3,177  55,731 140,685  ......... 2,960  25,108 26,032  3.056 48,390  4,747 3,555  1,833  33  150  30  145  1,712  18,274..  14,481*  43,295  12,253  64,��3  31.270  31,258  649  219  993  400  167  726  325  52  50  300  ���    80  3,456..  325  sop.  60 .  750  770  150  -. 20  535  689  255  73.  20  40  90  .   80  20  500  586  30  106  76  9  18  '1,140  40  140  20  ���     15  589  45  90  65  ���-57;  -.80  40  -700  ' .55  60  224  30  , 53  30  ... 96.600   390,800   503,876  690.U9   829,806   933,5481,161,5371,141,237  Total, tons   Smeller   treatment-  Granby Co........ 62.3S7   230,828   21230   401,921   596,252   687,988   82*,879   637,626     392,394  B.C.'Copper Co.  ........   117,611   148,600   162,913   219,484   2)0,830   123,840   341,952-   Dom. Cop. Co,..  . .���../-   132,570      30,930    84,059   218,811   153,439    ...:....  2,598   24,339  22,402  Total reduced... 62,389   348,439   410,940   657,404   ���*37,��C6St2,i'.71,i'i2,4C31,i:-.",017     4i2,iS4 22,4��2  ���-ta  I


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