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Array immma^sBsaasaB  /      /  ���IA- !  ���   r~  MAR 20 1007  A Ax  />���  VOL. 11.  GREENWOOD, B. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1907.  No.  $?.V%  <J'  (?  Travelling ...,..': ��� Song  Is it "Warm Enough for You Song  The Whistler and his Dog  Inst.  Yankee Grit .1.:...' : Two Step  Shy Try... '. Two Step  Nedra Waltaes      '..  I'm Just Crazy 'Bout You -. Song  Songs of the Ragtime Boy Song  Cherry Two Step  Bubbles ' Two Step  Tickled to Death- '. .....Rag  Afloat on a $5 Note Song  What's the use of loving if you can't love  all the time Song  You Song  JUST COBALT CRAZY  Is  What   a Visitor  About  Says  MANY TORONTO PEOPLE  Who Are Plunsrin? to the Limit in  Everything That Bears the  Cobalt Trade Mark.  BAD  BLAZE  ASSOCIATED BOARDS  The whole Dam Family  Song-  My Name is Morgan but not J. P Song  TITLES  CO., LT  a aim uxjp>njfr j~u-jj ^tymm-iiaagaaa m '  AVe announce for the Spring season of  1907 a larger, more complete and better  assorted stock.in DRESS GOODS-than  ever before.  Suitings our lines arc specially attractive.  As a strong demand is foretold for  Gray of all Weaves and Styles of Cloths,  and also White and Black Checks and  Stripes, we are making a special feature  of these novelties.  Women's Goods  "Oh, it is pitiful, near a whole  cityful, gone mad  over  Cobalt,"  is in effect the verdict of a man  recently returned  from a visit to  Toronto.    And that reminds us  of a  story.    Once upon  a time,  not many  moons ago, a Greeu-  wood man asked admission to tlie  columns of the   Toronto Globe,  wherein to tell briefly, from time  to time, a true story of the progress of the Boundary.    The request for space was declined because the   writer   said   Toronto  people a few years back had lost  money  in the Boundary.    They  lost,   howeveV, what  other   Toronto   people found,   the  money  they put  into stocks in British  Columbia, stock, too,  iu concerns  that are payiug today,    But they  wanted quick returns, and those  they bought of wanted quick returns,   too.     The sellers of the  stock got the returns and the buyers didn't.    For  that reason the  great Toronto daily thought the  good people of Toronto were not  interested in hearing of the progress  and  prosperity  of British  Columbia.    Picked up at random,  we have before us the Globe of  March 2nd.    In it we find a dozen  columns of reading and advertising matter devoted to Cobalt, one  advertisement alone having;  pictured therein 55 mills in  the Cobalt district, with smoke  issuing.  from the tall chimneys.  Upon the best available data it  is computed that Cobalt camp is  today capitalized for about $350,-  000,000, and its output to date is  set down at about $5,000,000.  And yet the entire capitalization  of the Boundary today, exclusive  of Rossland, is only about S30,-  000,000. And yet this little ueck  of the woods, between Grand  Forks and Midway, a strip of  country containing not oyer 250  square miles of active mining  ground, has, in the last six years,  mined and smelted on the ground  $25,000,000 worth of ore. That  is to say. the output of the active  properties in five or six years  equals the capitalization of the  district, and mining has only  been fairly begun. A low grade  camp is necessarily slow of development.  Cobalt's surface is as rich aud  far more certain than the depths,  while millions must be invested  here before substantial returns  may be reasonably expected.  It certainly looks as if Toronto  bad not recovered from its sore-  "ffe��s"over"failure"of -its^smalHin-  vestments in British Columbia,  and was trying to drown its sorrow in a Cobalt drunk.  The Pacific Hotel Destroyed by Fire  Early Thursday JVlorninjr.  A fire that resulted disastrously lo  Messrs. Greig and Morrison, owners  and proprietors ot. the Pacific hotel,  and which at one time threatened to  work the destruction of the Windsor  hotel adjoining-, occurred on Thursday  morning- last.  About 2 o'clock,while Howard Moore,  night cook, was on shift, and at a moment when he actually had several  steaks cooking-, in some unaccountable  way the fire slatted, and" quicker than  thought enveloped the entire range and  extended to all parts of the kitchen.  Water appeared to have no effect upon  it and owing- to the dryness of the  wood surroundings the blaze was fierce  and terrific.  The firemen were soon on the ground  and fought the fire stubbornly and  were able to con tire it to the hotel  building-, neither the oue-story frame  cigar store on the north or the three-  story frame hotel building on the south  suffering to any extent.  Mayor Bunting- was early on the  ground, and speaks in very complimentary terms of the efficiency of the  department.  The lower floor of the hotel is not  very badly damaged, except the kitchen, which, with the upper floor, is a  total ruin.  The inmates of the sleeping- rooms  saved little or nothing, in some cases  escaping with difficulty. Charles Buxton jumped from the second story and  sustained injuries which necessitated  his removal to the hospital.  Messrs. Gregg and Morrison's loss  will easily total $10,000, against which  there was a total insurance of So,000.  PAY ORE COLUMN  Holds Interesting Sessions  Here  DURING THE PAST WEEK  Many Public Questions of Great Interest Were Carefully Discussed and Disposed Of.  The rich ores of the  Providence are  not coming  to the surface  this week,  the accident tc the machinery, reported  last week,  not  ha\wig  been  fully repaired.  The force on the Dynamo has been  increased, the management being encouraged by the quality as well as the  quantity of ore found in the new shaft.  Several properties have recently  changed hands in the neighborhood of  the Skylark, due largely to the past  record and the piescnt status of that  property  NEW CHIEF OF POLICE  At a meeting of tlie full Board of  Police'Commissioners, held on Tuesday  last, the resignation of Chief of Police  Foulds was accepted, to lake effect on  Wednesday, 13th, and D. D. Dodd was  elected chief to fill such vacancy, his  duties to begin on the 13th hist. The  chief's hours of duty were fixed as  follows:  .'".':  Day duty, 3 p. in. to 6 p. in.  Night duty, y p. in. to 4 a. m.  The new chief was, bv resolution, in"  structed to enforce the law as to gambling, more particularly as relates to  professional games, and that the chief  notify every licensed hoiise.in the town  of his instructions.      .  Do Not Crowd the Season.  The first warm days of spring bring  with them a desire to get out and enjoy  the exhilerating air and sunshine.  Children that have been housed up all  winter are brought out and you wonder,  where they all came from. The heavy  winter clothing is thrown aside and  many shed their flannels. Then a cold  wave comes and people say that grip is  epidemic. Colds at this season are  ���.veil more dangerous than in midwinter, as there is much more danger  of pneumonia. Take Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy, however, and you will  have nothing, to fear. It always cure?,  and we have never known a cold to  result in pneumonia when it was used.  It is pleasant and safe to take. Children like if.    For sale by all druggists.  The Associated Boards of  Trade of Eastern British Columbia has been in convention here  during the week. Delegates were  present from Nelson, Rossland,  Cranbrook, Movie, Kaslo, Trail,  Fernie, Fort Steel and Greenwood.  President Buchanan opened the  proceedings with an address that  reviewed the progress of the  Boundary since the last meeting  of the board in Greenwoodi six  years ago. He called attention  ���;o" the fact' that in 1%0 the  Boundary mined and smelted  90,000 tons of ore, whereas last  year the output was a million and  a quarter tons. lie referred to  the development of Southern  Yale and Kootenay and instanced  in evidence thereof the great  growing demand for electric  power for the operation of mines  and smelters. So fast..was this  demand growing that the West  Kootenay Power Co. had completed at Bonnington Palls a  power plant capable of producing 41,000'horse power,- and this  power Avas being transmitted a  hundred miles, more or less, for  use in the--Bound rry. ���  Last   year's, officers   were  reelected, and are as follows:  G. O. Buchanan, president.  ���'���.": A. B. Mackenzie, secretary.  . P. A. Starkey, vice president.  A  number  of resolutions  prepared by the various  boards  had  been  submitted  to the executive  committee of the board for presentation to the convention, and such  of these as appeared to be-matters  of   public  concern   affecting the  business welfare "of the - province  were duly brought to  the   attention of the convention. ;- ...  'Among the questions discussed  and decisions readied were:  Recommendation of .aid to the  Kootenay Central raihva}-; the  right of municipalities ; to tax  railway property; a continuation  of the lead bounty; a better news  service between Great Britain and  Canada; adequate appropriation  for and . representation at the  Alaska-Yukon Exposition in l'J09;  representation at the Franco-  English Exposition of 1908; enquiry into the coal, coke and car  shortage; the acquisition of telephone lines by the province; the  betterment of land titles given  by the C. P. R. in their land  etc. .  The Strathmore, Prince llenr> and  Bay are all working in fine ore and  will, iu the near future, enter the list  of regular aud permanent shippers  THE MOTHER LODE  What Is Being Said About  the Big Mine  UP IN DEADWOOD CAMP  The Company's Management Talking  About the Day of Approaching Dividends.  c si  ���v- -i/ffM  v * j* j5;    i  i*Ci.,r     ^v.  '!., iJS-ryr,    ,  ^  The Chicago 3 C. Mining company,  owning the Crescent Fraction, expects  to install an electric hoist and resume  operations at once. Several of those  interested in the property ��ill visit  Greenwood within a short time.  Work is being s cadily pushed on the  Elkhorn under, tlie management of  Alderman Sutheiland, who took neaily  575,000 worth of ore out of the upper  level and who knows where to goto  find lots more.  G P. Dennody and associates, who began work on the Kiverside on the first  of the month, have three cars of ore  out for shipment and lots more coming  up. The Riverside is down on the list  for steady shipments hereafterr  .Work on the Moreen in South Dead-  wood, and on the Giey hound, Morrison  and Crown Silver in Deadwood, is adding considerably to the acUvity on  the west hill.  Gun cotton is made by   adding nitric  acid to cellulose cotton  ��    3  ,L^  Iii the recent reorganization of  the B.  C.  Copper company,   Di- '  rector  Colgate  Hoyt was   made   j  president  of the company.    Mr.f  Hoyt  is reported in an eastern '  paper assaying that an exhaust-' !  lve examination made at his instigation   not   long   since,   of  the  Mother Lode mine, by a mining  ,  engineer, revealed 2,000,000  tons  of ore in sight with a gioss value  of $7 per ton, on a 20-cent copper  market.     The   engineer   reports %  further that this pre can be mined,-,,  railed aud smelted at a cost~of 34  per ton. -   ~  Should the company be able to'  operate its full battery of furnaces  steadily,   the   output   would   be  050,000 tons per year, aud if the',,.  above figures are correct the com- ���  pany's   net    earnings   ought   to-'  reach somewhere near   the $2,- ��  000,000 point annually.  The  capital   of  the company   -  was recently increased  from $2,-  000,000.    Now, suppose that this  amount of   money can make 'a  net earning of one-half the above    .  amount, the quarterly dividends', ,1  would be very handsome.    The^'"-  recent increase in stock trom two .A"^.  Railroad tunnels aie now being lined to three  million  dollars capital-^",*  with concrete. gave    the  , Company    sufficient , v,   j money to pay off all its liabilities fV^��^\Mj��  and leave' a handsome surplus'in. y^1 ***"Tf '^r'"  the treasury for working capital,vo.y^%^  saying nothing of %,640 i shares'^ ll/%^.fa  >  ill W*-  Mil  .In..the.iron aud steel works at Birmingham, Ala., and Pueblo, Colo., no  union men are emploj cd.  The velocity of sound in granite is  granite is 15,000 lo 18.000 feet per second, or 170 to 200 miles, per minute.  Aguilarite is a mineral peculiar to  Guanajuato, Mexico It is a native  .s'lilpho-selenide of silver, very rich.  .The chief uses of antimony are for  making type metal, anti-lriction metal,  Britannia metal, ornamental white  alloys and shrapnel bullets.  It is best, when drilling in sandstone,  to i se a drill bit somewhat tapered ami  of battened edges A sharp-edged or  chisel bit more often becomes fitchered.  The cost of asicinblni'r all Uie raw  material for making ir.. -i ,i B ��� ming-  liam, Ala., is given at 77 i iu-> per ton,  which is the lowest fij;i. ��� * \e. reached  either in this country ��..i   iiim d.  rW lwCv? &  SUP I  THE SMOKING CONCERT  DON'T  YOUR  IN THIS HANDS OF AN INEXPERIENCED PERSON. IP THERE IS SOMETHING  WRONG WITH IT BRING IT TO A  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER. OUR  SPECIALTY IS WATCH REFAHtESf^r���-  OUR l��i ��RK IS -GUARANTEED  . A. L��GA,  Gspper Street  Greenwood  The smoking concert, given by the  Board of Trade in the Bagles hall on  Wednesday evening last, is pronounced  a great success. The hall was crowded.  and the program was good. The committee who had the work in hand  should be proud of the hearty spirit in  which the young men of the town aud  district met the request for help, and  the town h*�� reason to be proud that il  has within it talent equal \o such an  impromptu event.  Songs, stories, dancing, wrestling  bouts and the social siphon and  friendly cigar intermitted to make the  evei.ing pass very pleasantly, and  without any iormality or tedium. Al  11 o'clock the affair was over save thai  a few choice spirits lingered to sing  W=E-LeO-ME-V-!SIT-bR-  W  Call and see tnem.  w  e  &  just once again:    "We're Here liccatise-  We'rehere."  The program was as follows:  Selections ...Band  Banjo Trio    Hopkins, Kennedy and Iron  Story .o.... Thomas*  Song Whiteside  Wrestling match Proutt and Huff  Dancing ''. McMillan  Song Hopkins  Wrestling match���Baker vs    Calder, Russell and McMillan  Song Wilson  Story Thomas  Banjo TriD    Hopkins  Kennedy and Iron  Song MacKenzie  Song Whiteside  "Sliding Jim'' The Band  "God Save the King."  The cost of building the desert railroad from t/Udlow, California, to the  Smith borax mines on the edge of  Death Valley is given as 3125,000 per  mile,  V. iC. Simpson, e lilor of the Cranbrook Herald, has been in the c'islrict  for several days this week. In addition  to being a delega'c to the Board of  Trade meeting, he is visiting the dis  trict as Grand Masterof the I. O. O. F.  He visited the Greenwood lodge Tuesday evening, the Grand Forks lodge  Wednesday evening, tlie Greenwood  Rebekahs Thursday evening and goes  to Phoenix this Friday evening,  Mr. Simpson has the honor of pub  lishing what is considered the best  weekly newspaper in the interior cf  the province, an'rt is always boosting  for his town. Hopeful and enthusiastic in nature, he has no patience with  those who are apathetic in. the work of  upbuilding, their home town. He sees  great promise in the fiituie for Greenwood, mid declares his belief that its  resources and situation mark its constantly growing importance as inevitable. In this day of what men are  plpnsptl to r.:ill ��� ��i<)-~.m:v.itisni. it is refreshing to run across a hopeful spirit  like Brother Simpson.  grants,  The sessions were full of interest and this Kootenay parliament is marked by earnest  lIuWglrt^rM^Sfutl^o'f^'h'c^p'ubltc'-  weal. The attitude of the president on all-public questions could  not fail 'to be a spur and incentive  to every delegate, were other considerations lacking, to give his  most devoted effort to this espousal of the public cause.  The meeting of the convention  here, after a lapse- of years, and  contrast of the public and local  situations, now and then, lent  emphasis to'the marked progress  that is steadily but almost imperceptibly taking place in the  country. Large hope in the future  is thus inspired and encouragement afforded in what at times  appears a hopeless task of town  and country up-building.  The United Slates originally paid io  Russia 57,200,'iOij >01" Alaska, which al  the time was derisively called Seward's  icebergs. Imagine the feelings of the  Cz >r when ho learned that Uncle Sam  had ni tried in gold alone, in 1906, three  times the purchase price of Alaska.  While the existence of gold in Alaska  was known ever since the territory  became a possession of the United  States, it was m>t until 1886 that its  development as a gold-producing country began, and it was not until ten  years later, in 18%, that the ground  was found to be rich enough to create  a mining oxciU-iiient and to.attract the  Efforts are  being made  to induce  the j attention of the whole   civilize  world.  contractor to extend the spur up to the J From 18'JG to l')u6,   inclusive, the tcrri  The output of pig 1'iiu i,i Gi<Ml  Britain in 1906 is e-tiin i .1 al 10,000,-  000 gross tons wind l.- ,ib isdies a  record. Thea\eiage nnnli^i of lur-  ,ii.!icfisJnJLd.astj:liirii)g '_!__ i ^ 11 was 364  The output is ab mt tuv ,iu'd that ol  Ihe United States  of stock left for an emergency.*  But the" Mother   Lode  group  contains only about one-fifth the  Company's    valuable1"   holdings.  The value of its. orchis  believed ��.". ^'VK^^SUw  to be not above but rather below. vr\<, S^'iv^t  the average of its other min(cs,~V-j','X-"^^alp.  and  so  the results   figured rbut'^^^^r^tei  above ought  not to be very far'v-^f^^^]  astray..   The ..output -, of.   the." IiCV.Y^iSiS?1  Mother  Lode,   su  che Denoro, Emma  ion, Lone Star and others ought'_- ^t^l^iPf  to suffice in the near  future to^''"';!'r^JMK  meet  the  full   capacity   of-the   , ^Sr&Tw*  Company's smelting>-plant;   aad-'.i^";)^^'^!  hence we tliink.the new manage-^ ^e-'v^'i-fM^  ment is not building onra false' ?��~^>5jf����  promise when it  leads "the share-' ^^S^vlj  holders to expect early and sub- T<-So"^^,1  stantial dividends. .   \..T '-}0^W\--i\  Nothing definite   h--   ���   ~*'V-ttSafc-y ~  materialised    over   "t-l  amalgamation of the B  and Dominion Copper C  The advantages of ama  are not apparent save ii  in the minor  matter of  management expenses, but shoulit-I^:^  such a juncture be effected it will^^lf  doubtless   be   because   those   "     "^'  authoiity can   figure  the  matter'*f||  our  to���liie���profit-of���the -share���y^  holders in both codcerns.  SPUR TO BOLSTER  Water jackets .ire v ii  sheets that enclose th  of the furnace to pi u-  corrosion of the slag ~>  they have come into mi  and have now cntiiCi\ i |>  brick walls at the region ��� t t.i  whenever thcie is sutlicuni  warrant their n>e.  i o < >'ed iron  > iu Mug zone  t it fiom the  .hi, ,ioout 1873  i>   ^tueral uie  ced the  lujcres,  .\   ter to  The latest reports look favorable for  a railway spur from tile V., V. & K. at  Mincaster to Bolster. The railway  management has decided to extend a  spur some   2,000   feet  across  the line.  The calcination of eiihcr ^ubonate  or s'licate zin. oi e-�� may lie < It cted in  shaft furnaces or ic.i i<_ t. ry furnaces, the former being ' o.-pe'-i illy applicable to coarse ores au-.t the :.ittcr to  lines. Any variety of lu.l may be  used with either, inasinuc . .miu-atouly  is required lo drive off the hydroscopic  and cctnbined water.  As early as 1853, Prof. \\\ l>. Ulake  investigated the black sandy of the  Pacific coast, and foiuid in t.iem platinum and iridosium to the extent of 10  to 30 per cent of the gold. He also  noted that platinum could frequently  be lifted by a magnet. 1-1 is experience  shewed that the farther north he went  on the California and Oregon coast the  greater the proportion of j -latin it ir. to  ����lcl- ���__j_  For nice fresh flowers for. funerals  decorations and wcddii-i -, wmc r>r te  ephone Spckane Florist Co.. .\fain 5,  Spokane. 5-30  ***  townsite and to that  end  a  move  has i  been made in the matter of subsidy to i  the same.    The distance is  short and  the grade ea,y.  Several stockholders of the Bolster  Townsite company reside in Greenwood and a meeting of th; same was  held recently in the office of Gaunce &  Wick wire to discuss tlie proposition of  lending aid to the scheme.  tory of Alaska has produced   the large  sum of cVJ.FM.SlO in gold.  Iu assaj iug certain   iron  pyrite con  centrales, low in lead,  and  of the foi    .,*_ '.-s'fjBS  lowing approximate composition. Iron,    ,,      , ii' )^v  33 per cut;  zinc,  10  per cent; lead, Co  per cent, sulphur, 43 per cent; silica, 2  percent, it  has   been   tound   that the  best results were obtainrd  when  *rere  was no apparent indication of the nails  (ust I an a  rtux  iu  the charge) having  r-j��ii attacked-; and, in fact,  that when  the nails   were   attacked,   the results  wcie invariably low, and not to be  relied upon.    The exact part  plavcd by  the nails would, under these conditions,  appear to be somewhat   obscure, but  their beneficial influence may, perhaps,  be  attributable   to   the  metallic iron  acting  as a catalytic agent.   This U  one of the many  paradaxes encountered in the tire determination  of lead;  and serves to indicate  how little we  really  know about   the complex  reactions taking place in the crucible during fusion.   This is not so in   the wet  determination of lead, in which we can  at least   follow   the   entire   operation  trom stage to stage, and tell accurately  the  chemical   reaction    taking   place  throughout.  A block of ore may be regarded as  developed or "in sight" when it has  three sides exposed. The distance between any two opposite sides (be they  levels or winzes) should not be very  ^ar, however.   .,  - ^2��l-  Gypsum is beintj- mined iu considerable quantifies in Gypsum Cove, southeastern Alaska.  The Plateau icgion constitutes the  plateaus of Colorado river and its  branches, limited on the east by the  Rocky mountains, on the west by the  Wasatch range, and extending from  the' southern end of the Wasatch southward, southeastward and eastward to  the eastern boundary of Arizona, following the e.sc.ipement of the Colorado  plateau, and including on the north  the Green river basin.  I  Southern Yz 'i and Kootenay in 1906 produced an  output in minerals, and lumber totalling  $19,093,000  Minerals bdij  .....$16,954,000  Lumber  .....:...-...     2,144,000  Extract from President  i t-.-f-c1-  t.-inans address at opening Associated Jsoard IL~3  t>f Trade. Mr  THE   B0TOBARY   CREEK   TIMES.  F*  F*  CF*  CF*  ��!  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  S!  CF*  CF*  Q=<  0=4  0=4  CF*  <F*,  0=4  Cr*  CF*  <F*  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000,        Rest ..$11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $159,831.84  Hon. President:    Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, G. C M. G.  President:   Sir Geosoe A. Dkdmmosh, K.C. M.G.  Vice-President and General Manaper :    E. S. Clouston,  Blanches in London, Eng. \ ^^,^31.1 New' York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in anv partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  distillery at Sapperton  has ship-1 MOTHER^ GRATITUDE TO  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$10,00,000.- Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE,~TORONTO  a E. WALKER, General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Managoi  BANK MONEY ORDERS  J88US0 AT THR FOUUOWJrfJ BATES��  S9 and nodes    9 cento  Ov��t $5 asad not exceeding $10    Scents  *���   $10       " M tm  10 cents  *   $30       w * $50....... 15 cents  '/bene Orders are Payable at !'nr at any office iu Canada of a Chartered Bank  (.Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points iu the United States.  NF.GOTWULE AT A FIXI'.D RAVK AT ���  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  ���  an excellent method of remitting small sums of money  with safety.and at small cost.  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed on deposits from $1 upwards at current rates  ped but its first car of home-made  whiskey.  From    Cornwall,     Ont.,    and  Moncton,  N.   B.,   come  terrible  stories of how  hockey is played  in the refined east.   In the former  place   one   of   the   players   was  killed, and in the latter men with  battered faces and bleeding forms  were carried from' the ice.    British- Columbia,   wild   and wolly,  which the east seeks to civilize,  had better send some missionaries  down to the belt that counts its  currency in cents and  measures  its sport by the amount of blood  left on the field.  ZAM-BUK  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  Although tbere are many  things in the new Sunday law  that we do not approve of, yet we  believe, where the administration  of it is left with the provincial  authorities, it is due to the people  to have a declaration at once by  the government as to its intents  in the matter. Let us either have  the law enforced or have a statement that it will not be. It is  not good for a people to violate al  law supposedly in- force. Disregard of law, works contempt for  all law.  They form  Greenwood Branch  j. t; BEATTIE Acting Manager  Cbc  Boundary Creek Times  issued every Tridav  BY THE  Boundary Crcelt Printing and Publishing removed,  make in the appearance of Greenwood. A hundred front jards  tidied, a hundred back yards  cleansed, a hundred cart loads of  tin cans, and boxes and old shoes  a hundred vacant lots  j. w  Co., Limited,  ELMS.....  - --    MANAGBK  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  PbfYkak....         ....   2 00  Six Months     ........ 1 25  To Foreign Countries 2 SO  CLEAN-UP DAY  The city of Spokarte is getting  ready for its annual clean-up day.  We cannot say that Spokane originated the idea,  but it has become an institution of that town,  an institution that  other cities  and   towns   might well   endow.  The idea is to invoke the aid of  the people of the town, including  - the school children, on the day  designated,   to assist in cleaning  up the town, removing everything  possible that is unsightly and unsanitary.    And   so  popular   has  the idea become that an army of  people., -from   seven  to   seventy  .ears of   age,   are  on  that  day  ���msv^with^basket^-bQX-^andJpjir-  ow, with wagon and truck, with  ake  and  spade, tidying up and  nrrying away  from   front yard,  ack yard,   alley,   street  and va-  ant lots, the unsightly  accumulations of the winter, for  winter  is    the    great   burial    time   of  things that the rains and warmth  of spring  convert  into  agencies  disagreeable, unsightly aud pestilential.   And so these voluuteers  constitute  themselves into Board  of Health  officers  who not  onl}-  issue, but  themselves carry  out  their own instructions.    Litter is  removed from the  town, rubbish  from the back yard, tin cans from  the   alleys     ashes    from    their  dumps.    These arc things  hc'.p-  ful in winning  for  Spokane  the  " fast growing reputation of being  the cleanest city in the west. But  the home grounds do not confine  the  willing  workers.    They  iu-  vade the nearby vacant lot which  thoughtless ones make the graveyard  of things they don't want  around   the   home,   andclean   it  cast-off   overalls.  cleared of decrepit wagons, and  discarded poles, would improve  the appearance of things generally. Scores of shacks, long  since unfit for human tenancy,  might be taken down or burned,  and the town's good looks be  thereby improved. Who of us  has taste sufficient to "set out a  dozen trees this spring? Who of  us the energy to repair a broken  walk or fence? Time was when  we dreamed of Boundary boulevard as a thing of beauty, when  we were sorry the townsite company didn't provide for a small  lake,, and recreation ground on  the flat close in.  But the trouble with much of  the west is that so many don't  know they will remain, and in  that thought let go the home-instinct of back-east, where a man's  first consideration was his home.  It ought not be left entirely to  municipal or provincial authorities to take cognizance of accumulated refuse, at once distasteful  and "disease-breeding, nor should  their efforts in removal of such  be  left   unsupplemented  by   the  A-friend of.this paper, in a  veryr kind, gentlemanly way, criticizes the editor's habit of using  the word "attorney" instead of  "barrister." He claims the form?  er expression belongs entirely to  the United States, and is properly unknown in legal circles  here. He may be right, and we  may have used the term unadvisedly, but if so, reform should  not begin with our humble selves,  I but with the head of the law's  administration in the Province,  who is styled attorney geneeal.  Will some one invoke that gentleman to cut it out, and hereafter  dub himself "Solicitor. General,"  It Cured Her Boy of Painful Sores.  Nothing- is more unpleasant to the  eye and more painful to the sufferer  than boils and ulcers. At this period  of the year many adults suffer acutely  from these painful outbreaks. When  boils, ulcers, etc., occur on children it  is pitiful to see the little ones snffer.  Mrs. E. Holmes of 30 Guise street,  Hamilton, is grateful for -what Zam-  Buk did for her little boy when in this  pitiful plight. She says: "I" wish to  express my gratitude for the benefit my  child received from your famous Zam-  Buk Balm. He suffered from spring  eruptions and then boils broke out on  his neck. I tried blood purifying  remedies, salves and ointments of al  kinds, but nothing- seemed to do him  the desired good. The boils got worse  and became so loathsome and unsightly  that I could not send him to school, as  some of the boils.and ulcers could not  conveniently be covered. About this  time a sample box of Zam-Buk was  given to him and we tried it. The  small sample did him a liltle good, so I  bought a 50 cent box. The result was  really amazing. Inside a week's time  the boils had begun to dry up, and in a  very short time Indeed every one of  them was healed.*'  Zam-Buk is a sure cure also for  eczema, scalp sores, ringworm, poisoned  wounds, chronic ulcers, chapped hands,  cuts, cold sores, cracks, festering sores,  eruptions and pustules due to blood  poison, etc. It stops bleeding and  cures piles, fistula, etc. Is antiseptic;  an excellent "first aid." Every home  aud farmstead should have its box of  Zam-Buk. All druggists and stores at  50 cents a box, or from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, for price.    Six boxes for$2,50.  Send lc. stamp for trial box. ,  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Ptbt.ic  Cable Addresfs:      " Haixett."  I Bedford M'Neill's  ���j Moreing- & Neat's  j Leiber's ���  Greenwood, B. O.  Codes  F. M. LAMB,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office with F. W, McLaine. ':  Coppre Street. Greenwood, B. C  W. H. JEFFERY.  Consulting Mining Engineer.  Properties examined  and reported   on.   Will  take "charge of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD.  B.   C.  To Employers of Labor:  Are you conversant with the Workmen's Compensation  Act. The only absolute protection offorded is'a Liability Policy. The "OCEAN" Policies, (the largest  accident company in the world, with assets of over  Seven Million Dollars), provides a complete indemnity  against all liability, relieving you from all responsibility, worry and trouble.  Frederic W. McLaine,  District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  *>  STAGE 0FFIGE  -AND-  CIGAR STORE  Stages leave daily for Ferry,  Wash., Mother Lode Mine, and  Phoenix. West Fork stage  twice a week,  COMPLETE LINES OF  PIPES, CIGARS and  TOBACCOS..  \ ��� ��� ���������-..-���������  x  X  X  J  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  t  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  I am now conducting the wood business  formerly owned by Hugh McKee aud am pre-  prepared" to supply the best quality of wood  at lowest prices. Good wood and good  measure.    Phone your orders.  J. A. CHENIER,  PROPRIETOR  RIVERSIBE   LIVERY  l . ���: r   X The best of Horses and Rigs at all times.  f HAY, (GRAIN  AND FEED STORE  Chopped Feed,   Hay   and' Grain.  Livery Phone 19. Feed Store Phone 124  PROVED IT  Chief Justice Sir William Mulock  also tells a little tale of English ignorance of:Canada. He was visiting in  England;some time ago, and in conversation with an English friend, tried  to impress him with the fact that the  average Englishman hardly knew  where Canada was. The Saxon was  loth to believe that such a thing were  possible. "''-.-���  "I'll bet you it is," said Sir William,  first intelli  GEO. H. CROPLEY,    -   Proprietor. |  *' :     ~    : ~     - ' ''' ' . .' -'��� ��� ���- ���.-   ~~~\d  ���    I 'See here, you tackle the  ...v..    or "Barrister  General?".    It may j gent looking chap we meet"���the two  men were out  walking   at the time���  ''and ask him where Canada is."   It  be, after all, that we are hot in  bad form in referring to a lawyer  as ATTORNEY.  SEED TESTING  LABORATORY  THE WEST  FOR  One of   the   best  appointed  working-men's  Hotel     .  ��� n     ' in tlie city.  I HI Iff II  crreat body of the peb  EDITORIAL NOTES  The recent elections in Manitoba resulted in a return to power  of the Roblin government, but  by a. reduced majority.  The new  province of Saskatchewan has started off right and,  versh  ris to provide a provincial uni-  ershv and its endowment.  The jury disagreed in the celebrated Steve Adams case. The  immense cost of the trial, leads  many to think the case will not  come up again.  In seeking to take  from hotels  the privilege of selling spirituous  liquors and give the entire sale to  saloons, the Dominion Alliauce is  reversing its former position on  the subject.  The new seed testing station established by the Dominion department of  agriculture at Calgary for the conven-  i :nce of the farmers and seed mer-  chanis of Alberta and British Columbia is now fully equipped and in opera  tion.  Seed will be tested al this laooratory  for   purity   and   germination.   The  purity test shows the amount of weed  seeds or other impurities contained in  a sample, and the names and quantities  of each kind.    When a farmer is buying seed or if using his   own, it is important  that he ascertain whether or  not it is free from noxious  weed seeds.  The germination   test   shows  what  percentage of the seed will  germinate  under favorable field conditions. Many  conditions affect   the   vitality of seed  such as   unfavorable weather,  immaturity, freezing before harvesting, lack  of proper storage or old age.    Appearances are   deceiving   and  often   very  "good=looking^seed=is4ow^iri_y.it3llty.=!=^-  A report of the result of each -sample  sent in for purity test will be forwarded  within a couple o: days  from  tl.e date  it is received at ihe office.  The time required for final germination test of wheat, oats, barley and  clovers is ten days, timothy, rye grass,  etc , fourteen days, vegetables ten to  fourteen days, A preliminary report  will, if requested, be forwarded within  four to six days from tlie date of receipt  of sample.  Samples should be securely  wrapped  in strong paper or enclosed iu  cotton  j bag, and should contain  not   less than  one ounce of grass  seeds  of all   kinds  or white or alsike clovers,  two  ounces  red clover, alfalfa or other seeds of like  size, and three ounces or a small handful of wheat, o.its and barley  or other  large   seeds.    The   rate of postage is  one cent per ounce and should be pre-  , paid.      All   testing   is   done   f;ec  of  ' charge.    Address  Dominion Department of  Agriculture,  Seed Laboratory, Calgary.  was agreed. I  Several men passed by, and then |  they met a bright looking fellow. The  Englishman stopped him.  '���Pardon me, but could you tell- me  where Canada is?"      "  The man scratched his head. "Yes,  I believe it is down Jin South Africa,  isn't it?"    ; /   ;   ���.;  The Old Countryman was disappointed, but he tried the same question  on another man. The latter hesitated,  and then looked up with a glance that  said he thought he knew all about it.  j "Yes; it's a proyince in Australia,"  he said.   The Englishman gave it up.  The finest of bars,: stocked with  ��� the best .  WINES,  LIQUORS  [and CIGARS  Electric  current   supplied   for  I/ighted   throughout   with   elec-  tircity.    Hoi and cold baths.  RATES:  Board and room SI per day.  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  +*  *  Rheumatic Pains Relieved- "  B. F. Crocker, Esq., now 84 years of  age, and for twenty years justice of  tlu peace at Martinsburg, Iowa, si.ys:  "I am terribly afflicted with sciatic  rheumatism in my left arm and right  hip. I have usedt three bottles of  Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it did  me lots of good.-' For sale by all  druggists.  Strictly First-Class Service  =3 I _ | fc  The varieties of feldspar known  as  labradorite.and^moonstpnei-jyJiiclLwere  at one time used to considerable extent  for jewelry, have now little sale other  than to mineral collectors.  00000000000000000000000400  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  -TV��- I;-. ,  ���1-   .i ���. ���  -uabiir  California has long been known as  the largest producer >of quicksilver on  this continent; in fact, it was the only  producer in the United States until a  few years ago, when the deposits of  Texas were opened. In the last 19  years California has produced 550,154  flasks  of quicksilver,   valued   at  S22,  603,131.   n ���  Cupriferous tailing with a copper  content not exceeding 0 5 percent is  now successfully treated ly leaching  out the copper with dilute sulphuric  acid and precipitating on scrap iron.  With ores containing more copper���but  not rich enough to smelt���a preliminary roasting of the ore has been found  to improve matters.  in^Sasn,���Doors,-*!  -.-r ed_ Work  and  .si., side Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  6 PHONE 65. 0  0<>00 00000-00000 oo o-oooooo ock>  There's a  Reason  Why we are turning out more Job  Printing than any other office in the  Boundary Country. Big .claim isan't it?  Finest   Assortment of Types and Materials,  - More_and__Better Presses,  SPRING BLOOD TROUBLES  is being directed  against   Rev.  Ur���ou7c"sS   ZZ��^-vn*\B. 1. Campbell of City Temple,  "X and bootless beer bott,e, | Loadc, for bis heterodox Jeach;  ings, leads one to ask whether it  is not nobler for a man to be true  to himself and his conscience and  And then, to finish the day with  something that has more of hope  t0^ ld ��d ^otrthlngs l\11^ ,^t ^e believe, than hJPo  Sv   ^7 trjtoclo s'ome-lcritically  expound dogmas that  S^thf2inr/.nd��,P1.-t are^odox. but which he does  vines and trees and hedge rows to j not believe  beautify tomorrow.    The  incite-1  ment of the people to such things  is worthy of imitation, and other  towns are being infected with the  clean-up germ to their manifest  advantage.      "What a change a clean-up day  a little later in the season would  Bileans Clear the Skin of Pimples.    Humors and impurities  in the blood  _. A r      ���,���  ��� < ��� i. ' force their way to the surface in  the  The storm of criticism which       .    t. },  j springtime  and  cause   eruptions and  unsightly sores.   Nature has provided  a remedy in Bileans, which are pleasant  to take, not  unpleasant in  operation,  and are purely  vegetable  in  > omposi-  tion.    Women with skin   blotches and  eruptions should  prove how   speedily  Bileans   remove   them.    One  or   two  Bileans taken just  before retiring  for  the night���that  is  all!    Norhing sickness, debility, indigestion, billiousuess,  heartburn,     headache,     constipation,  piles, and female ailments all disappear  before a short course of Bileans.   All  druggists and stores at 50  cents a box,  or from Bilean Co., Toronto, for price.  Six boxes sent for S2.50.    Send 1 cent  stamp for free sample.  Stamps of 1502 pound weight are now  in use on the Rand gold field, and it  looks as if the limit of weight had not  yet been reached.  The alchemist is abroad again. This  time he expects to produce carloads of  pure silver from the  base cobalt, and  perhaps later will attempt to make gold  from cobalt.    It   is a long  time since  the last of these geniuses played his  gold  brick  game.    Modern  chemistry  denies the possibility of changing an  inferior   metal,   into   a   precious   one.  Twentieth century  alchemists,   awake  to the opportunity   to  mint  real  gold  from the   investments  of  their stock  companies,   are   not   sensitive to the  criticisms of  their   predecessors   who  really did  work hard, though unsuccessfully,   to   transmute    quicksilver,  antimony, lead or silver into gold. And  now that cobalt is to be  the tool of the  alchemist,   perhaps we shall   witness  the golden flood���in paper,  not metal.  Simultaneously come two announcements that show that British Columbia is herself going to  do something to make the wheels  go round. A company has been  incorporated with a million dollar capital to manufacture cars  and trucks ot" every kind, and the  DISSOLUTION NOTICE  RTOTICE Is hereby g^iven that the partner  LM. ship heretofore existing between Roy &  Bover Bros., hotel keepers, has this day been  dissolved, and the business hereafter will be  carried on by A. A. Roy and O. Boyer. All  monevs now due the above firm is to be paid to  the undersigned, and who will assume all unpaid accounts.  Dated at Greenwood. Feb. 23,1907.  A. A. ROY  24.29 O. BOYER.  The   "Jolts"  and "Jars"  of Life  are what use people up.  Most people live prctiy well up to the  limit of their powers, and so long as  everything goes Miinothly that is  apparently all right; but a "jolt" or  a "jar" in the shape of business  worries, domestic anxieties, or an )  attack of La Grippe, Pneumonia,  Typhoid, or other wasting disease,  suddenly reveals the fact that there is  a sad lack of reserve force to meet  these contingencies and the result is  serious, often fatal. A wise man will  see to it that his system is fully  fortified against sudden attack. To  attain this result nothing is so sure  and effective as  FERRO  I This fact has been fully established by  actual experience. If, therefore, you  feel you are not in first-class shape  physically, do not fail to take a course  of FERROL at once. It contains Cod  Liver Oil, Iron and Phosphorus���just  what you need, it is easy to take, never  fails, and you  " Know  What You Take"  White Bros., Red Cross Pharmacy  Druggists and Opticians.   Greenwood  Never Substituting Cheap Stock,1  Employing only the best Mechanics,  Work Delivered when Promised.  That's The  Reason  THE BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES, LTD.  Pi mromrowm HiiiH!HHnHitiii^ti!n,i!iHM^inmTim??i^:  Tnbsor |4��tel  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor/  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout with electric lights.  We offer special inducements -to travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar  excells  all others.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  For all disorders of stormch and liver, Eileans area  sound, safe and sure remedy. They strengthen the bodny  functions in. Nature's own way, being compounded  from Nature's own herbal extracts. Women the world  over find them a boon.    Finest household reniedy.  AU drwjghtxamUtorts, Sue. <ihor., or from Bilean Co , Toronto. fl/orXJ.M.  '^M^mmmm^^mmmm^^^Mmsk&^  ^=?Ss?S??e^^  3&E&��> *��� .**  - ��������.       "     -   -li _        - ���������  i^������������      �����     ��� ���..   ~���   ���      " ^���H���    ��������� ���������������IIW   ������������mm  wftm  "i&U  ;<c&%s  II  ^t&i^^^i'S^^B  b  THE  BOUNDARY   CREEK  TIMES.  People of Note  In Short Meter  Hon. F. J. Fulton has become Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works in  the government of-Premier McBride,  Ambassador James Bryce, representative of tne Court of St. James at  Washington, is planning to make an  early trip to Ottawa, accompanied by  Mrs. Bryce.        PremierCampbell-Bannerman is improving wonderfully in his hearing.  Deaf, until recently, to the cry of the  woman suffragist, he is now finding  pleasure in supporting the cause.  Rev. R. J. Campbell, the young and  brilliant divine who succeeded Dr.  Parker in City Temple, London, has  been disturbing orthodoxy recently by  some of his religious views. Notables  in the Protestant and Catholic church  alike are after him  with a sharp stick.  Mr. W, W..B. Mclnnea, recently defeated in Vancouver for provincial  honors, was in Ottawa recently aud  also spent a week in New York, A report is going round that Mr. Mclnnis  has been appointed to the position of  legal representative in Yukon for the  Guggenheims,  DRAYING ���We Can Move Anything  [f\ c. buckles  Rev. E. D. McLaren of Toronto,who  has been making comments on the  Mormons in Canada, .has been called  down by the Hon. Frank. Oliver, but  rises to tell his critic that he knows  what he is talking about, and thinks  that public men should not be indifferent to a problem- bound to come.  Dr. Oronhyatekha, a protege of King  Edward, when Prince of Wales, and  by his bounty educated at Oxford, died  recently at Savannah. The Dr., once  a Mohawk chief, was a man of gift  and.power, and throuch his energy the  Independent Ordcrof Foresters became  a leading beneficiary institution in  Canada.  Gen. Booth, head of the Salvation  Army, now touring the world for the  last time, is Cuming to the Pacific  coast. Although grown old in his great  work of human betterment, he still  finds himself busied with great problems, at present the chief.one being  the removal of the submerged to land  of their own in colonies.     '���  of doubt." That is what Fred Ron-  kendorf, who has been at Conrad for  nearly a year, says of the country. He  continued: "The Venu, the Vault, the  Big Thing and the Dalton properties  are all rich and all of them, will make  mines of great value. .They have been  developed to a point where that is assured. About the middle of January  the men while working on the Venus  struck an ore body 40 feet wide in the  lower tunnel, and is richer than anyone  ever hoped to find it. This is the vein  that was looked for last fall and the  failure to reach which for a long time  made some men skeptical as to the final  outcome of the property's development.  Ore is being sacked on the Venus now  for shipment below. It will be hauled  to Caribou and sent over the railroad.  This will go on the remainder of the  winter and next summer. That the  Big Thing is rich is evidenced by the  fact that some men who know what it  contains tried to get a lay on it recently  and were refused. They were willing  to expend their own money and take  chances ��� on the results. The more  work that is done on the Vault the better it looks. It is a splendid property.  The Toochi and Whcaton river countries are prospecting well,' also, and  conservative mining men believe they  will both develop into producing mining districts. The boys who arc working in the Wheaton country have been  pursuing a stringer which was only  two inches.wide at the surface. It is  now two feet wide. They, arc 'making  a shipment of ore outside and it will  yield $100 to the ton."  The average temperature of Ihe  Yukon mining district, from December  to March, is 16 degrees below zero.  Tlie Yukon river freezes to a depth of  six to nine feel. The stiijimeris warm  and uncertain, depending on the length  of the winter. At times,, the" winter-  registers SO degrees or more below zero.  As one advances to the north the climate-is pure Arctic with an annual  mean temperature of 25 degrees above  The northern tundra has a permanent  layer of frozen soil which is six to  eight feel thick.' ":  In a few days the Spence's Bridge  and Nicola road will be opened to  traffic. From Nicola the road will be  pushed into the Similkameen with despatch, during the coming summer.  The government, hitherco very lenient with the Doukhabors, is beginning  to take notice. It does not think that  the privileges so unstinting!y extended  in the past, ought to longer go unrecom-  pensed by their allegiance, and is asking them to takj out'. naturalization  papers.  The Soo-Spokane between the Twin  cities, St. Paul and Minneapolis, and  Spokane, will soon be a factor in western travel. The Soo, C. P. R. and  Spokane International, conjointly owning and operating 1,472 miles of road,  will form the quickest route from Spokane to St. Paul.  Itlooksas if the great ocean liner  Dakota, was a complete wreck. If so,  the doubt of Mr. J,' J. -Hill's building  another to lake her- place is generally  expressed in the press. Britains shipping is likely to dominate the Pacific  for a long time, and shou'd a rival  thereto ever arise it will be Japan.  Is  unexcelled, as  is  evidenced  by  its  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or .Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  A*  u  EIIHORN" BOTTLED BEER  TEL. 155S  We have them from $10 up. 1906 leaves us with three  good drop head machines that wc had to take buck aud  which we are offering at reduced prices. Call and sec  them at once, as we have only three left; S3 a month  takes a new drop head Singer or Wheeler & Wilsuii; the  two best machines on the market today.  H. H. LAM0NT, Agent  Copper Street. Greenwood, B.C.  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  John Alexander Dowie, the modern  Elijah, and for many years h'��ad of the  Christian Catholic church, died recently at Shiloh house, at Zion City,-  which he founded. Some time ago  Dowie was deposed from the leadership  of his church, and the hours preceding  his dissolution were spent in delirious  denunciation of those who had worked  his undoing.  THE ORE TRAIN  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  ??  ^g^.^:;.i  Ml  On Time  i you know there is big mo  you know there is more money ii  than in almost anything else you  Ba3tg��a��axig3M-aa  Do you know there is big money in raising P��!''tyY? &*  J     ���        ��� - -y in running a good incubator  anything else you can do fur the amount of  time and trouble it takes? Do you know my incubator will  p^-you a bigger profit than any other thing you can have  ��n y\Verif'a" these things are true, and I can prove it.  Thousands of people all over Canada have proved it ever)  vi>nr for tbe last live years. ,   .  _  >     I want to quote you a price on my Chatham Incubator,  cold ON TIME.   1 want to send you my Chatham boo*.  .This incubator book is tree- I'll send it to you for just a  postal card. It tells you a lot you ought to know about the  Poultry business-it tells you how to make money out of  chickens-it tells you how my Chatham Incubator will make  )youTmore money'than you can make with hens-far more.  n>M% booTtellswuhow^y Incubators are made-why they are  the^ste^erVnyented-andwV.I sell them ON TIME and on a  5"YMv CompanThas been in business in Canada for over 50 years.  w.����oMO?tne largest wood-working'factories in the country.  ���WIS soope?itealargge factory at Detroit..Mich. We have the In-  ���h*tor and Brooder business down to a science.  Chatham Incubators and Brooders ^i 11 make you money, for a  Chatham Incubator will batch a live, healthy chicken out of every  fertile egg put into it, in 21 days.  Will you write for my book  today? Do it now while you think  of it. Just say on a postal "Please  send me your Incubator Book -  that's all. Address me personally.  Manson Campbell  '-"-'-"," President  The Man��on Campbell Co., Ltd.  Dent. . Chatham, OnU  NOTE���I carry laree stocks and  ahlD promptlyf.rom,branch houses at  ralrarv Alta.. Montreal, Que.; Bran  doan!lSn7jHklK��xNS Victoria  B. C, and factory at Chatham.  Rossland���The shaft of the Centre  Star has reached the fourteenth level;  the station has been cut out and in a  day or two the work of deepening the  shaft another ISO feet to the fifteenth  level will be commenced. The shaft  is now 1,900 feet deep. It is anticipated  when the latter level is reached that the  second enrichment of ore, which is  usually found in copper mines, will be  reached.  Victoria���Word reached here recently  that 30,000 acres of coal laud on Graham island, the most northerly member  "of"the Que^^Ch^lrldttS^groupT^had-  been disposed of by a Victoria syndicate at the price of $20 per acre, the  total consideratian being $600,000. The  syndicate consists of William Wilson,  John Wilson, Major Nicbolle's and  others, the first, named being now in  l/os Angeles closing up the deal. The  purchasers are the strong group of  California financiers who have become  interested in lumbering on Graham  island, and will erect two mills of very  large capacity there this year. The  head," and president of the Graham  Lumber, Coal, Steamship & Milling  Co., is B, F. Graham, of Albany, New  York, who is also heavily interested in  southern California. Several months  have been consumed in the negotiation:' now concluded. The properly  has been inspected by experts on behalf of the purchasers, who arc of the  opinion that valuable scams of coal  exist on the land just acquired.  It begins to look as if Hudson Bay  would, in the near future, become a  side entrance in Canadian trade. The  growing traffic of the great west is  looking for additional and shorter  means of ocean traffic and it will, to  all appearances, not be long before  railways will be extended to Hudson  bay and ocean lines established thenci  to Europe.  ���Although Senators Graves of Spokane, and Booth of Seattle, are not  persons of great note, we place them  in this column because they tried to do  something notable In the Washington  state legislature. They were to the  front in the effort to pass the bill which  was to muzzle the press. The senate,  however, sat severely down on them  them and their bill, and they don't look  as well to the people today as they  thought they would.  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor  ating promptly done.  Ulall Papering  Hud Kalsomitiitig  Send in your spring orders.  6eo��!)Xb��ftip$on  Box 255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  NY available Dominion Lands within- the  Railway Belt in British Columbia, m.iv  be honiestcaded by any person who is the sole  head of a family, or any male over 18 years of  age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 10'J  acres, more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the loc.il  land office for the district in which: the land is  situate. i   1  The homesteader is required to perform the  conditions connected therewith under one of  the following- plans:  (1) At least six mouths'residence upon and  cultivation of the laud in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is  deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a  (arm iu the vicinity of the laud entered for, the  requireiuenlB as to residence may be satisfied  by such person residing with t-he father or  mother,  (3 If ihe settler has his permanent residence  upon fariuiui; land owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to  esldence may he satisfied by residence upon  the said laud.  Six mouths' notice in writing- should beirhen  to the Commissioner* of Dominion Lands .it  Ottawa of intention lo apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at 5)0 pcraue  for soft coal and Ho for anthracite. Not more  than 320 acres can be acquired bv one indi-  Royaity at tlie rale of ten  pound!1 shall  be collected  vidtial or coinpanv.  cents per Ion of 2,00  on the gross output.  W. YV. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of Ihe Intciior  N.H.���Unauthorized   publication    of this ad  >crtisemcnt will not be paid for. 32-.V)  MINERAL   ACT.  <-p/  OUR GUARANTEE:  NO PAY UNLESS CURED  When You Need a Specialist, Consult One of  Wide Experience.  Socialism has received a s ivere rebuke and signal set-back in; conservative old London. At the ..recent elec-  tion the people put on thfcir fighting  clothes and cleaned up the "wastrels,"  as they were called, who were asking  public money for all kinds of things in  the name of thp public. -The Reformers routed the Progressives" :��� all along  the line, and more of the individual  and less of the community will hereafter be noticed.  oooooooooowwoowxwooooooo  CANADIAN  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE   a  Black Hess" Mineral Claim, situate iu the  C.reeuwcod Mining Division of Yale Mis-  irlct. Where located; West Fork of Krttlc  River near the Rambler Fraction.  ARE NOTtCE-that t, John P. McLcod, as  igent'for Philip li. S. Stiiuhopc, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B'^OJT, Milcud, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply lo tlie  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of lihprii\p-  ments, for the purpose of obtaining a Croun  Grant of the aboveclaini.  And Inrlher take limine thnt aetion, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated thiBiIrd duv of November, A. D.. 1906.  17-20 J   P. McLEOD.  MINERAL ACT.  i-T'A  ;r a  I -L, W  A Y!  1P��  Butte���It    is   understood    that    an  agreement has been reached  between  John   I>. Ryan,   managing  director of  the   Amalgamated   Copper   company,  and the committee from the Miners'  union, which  recently conferred  with  him, by which a sliding scale of wages  for the miners is  to be-adopted.    The  scale will give underground  miners 34  a day and shiftmen S4 50 a day so long  as the price of copper   remains  above  22 cents a pound   With copper between  18 and 22 cents the wages will beS3.75  and $4.25, and bel'.w 18 cents, $3.50 and  S4.   It is   expected   that development  work will be resumed at once.    There  is no change in  the newspaper situation,   neither  the   publishers nor the  printers seeming dispesed  to come to  an amicable agreement.   This  is the  fourth week of suspension of the four  dai'.y newspapers.  Wo are just now completing our twentieth year as ;;peci."ilists in inen's^ diseases.  During these years of close application to  a single class ot ailments we have originated and perfected tlie only scientific ..am!  certain methods by which these diseases are  cored. If we accept your case for treatment, a cure is but a matter of a reasonable  time.  Wo guarantee every man a lifelong  euro for Varicocele, Hydroceles. Urcth-  rarObstructions, Blood and Skin Diseases. Prostatic Troubles, Piles, Fistula, Loss of Vital Power. Kidney,  Bladder and Special Diseases. We  especially offer our services to those  who aro alllicted with weakness as r  result of their own follies or excesses.  Our methods aro up-to-date, and  aro endorsed by the highest medical  authorities of Ktiropo and Amorica,  Honco our success in the trcatmont of  Men's Diseases. Remember, our specialty is limited to tho diseases of MEN  and MEN only.  Wo cover tho ontlro field of nervous,  chronic, deep-scatod and complicated  diseases.  CONSULTATION FREE.  If you cannot call, write for Symptom Blank.  Many canes can he cured at home. All correspondence confidential.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Both  Aereeable and Effective.-  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has  no superior for coughs,." colds, and  croup, and the fact that it is pleasant  to take and contains nothing in any  way injurious has made it a favorite  with' mothers. Mr. W. S. Pelham, a  merchant of Kirksville, Iowa, says:  "For more than twenty years Chamberlain's" Cough Remedy has been' my  leading Remedy for all throat troubles.  It is especially successful in cases of  croup. Children like it and my customers who have used it will not take  any other."    For sa.e bv ali druggiits.  SUNDAY SERVICES.  Cathomc���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  in^ajjsjit^lQ^a^jti.; vespers and benedic-  Sunday  school at  Bedakd, .). M. 1.,  tion at 7:30 p. m.  2:30 p.m. Ruv. J. A,  paslor.  Anglican���St. Jude's. Rev. John  Leech- Porter, 13. U., pastor. Services  at 8 a. m., 10:45 a. m. and 7:30J p. ni ;  Sunday school, 12 p. m. All seats  free Services alternate Sundays at  Uoundary Falls, at 4 p. tn., and ICholt  at 3 p. m.  PkhsuyTf.kian���St. Columba, Rev.  M. U. Mckce, pastor. Services 11 a.  m. and 7:30 p. in.; Sunday school 2:30  p. in.  Mf.thodisT���Rev. H. S. Hastings,  pastor Services at 11a. in. and 7:30  p. tn.; Sunday school, 2:30 p. in.  CUL0NIST RATES  -"������" ���     to-:-'.  KOOTENAY and  NORTH PACIFIC CO AST  From ALL POINTS  0NTATI0, QUEBEC,  MARTIME PROVINCES  ST. PAUL,  CHICAGO,  arid  UNITED STATES,  ON SALE DAILY ���  till 30th April.  SEND  FOR YOUR FRIENDS  while the rates are low.  O .:.  For rates, folders  and tickets  apply to local agent, or to  E. J. C0YLE, J. S. CARTER,  A. G. P. A. Vancouver U. P. A.Nelson  E.    Ft.   REDPATH.    AGENT  GREKNWOOO.  <KH>OOCK>00%.v-J<><>0<><>00<>00000  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE. "  Mablc Fractional" Mineral Claim, fiitiialc in  the Greenwood Mining Division uf Yak District. Where located: lir Greenwood .'Camp.  AKK NOTICE Miat I, Isaac H. tlallelt,  a8 A ire nt for John Mtillijran, Free Miner's Certilicate No. 112021, intend, sixty <l.i\��.  from the date hereof, to apply to the Minlnir  Kecorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for the puroose of obtainitiir a Crown Giant ol  theabove claim.  And  further take  notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced   before the   is-  suanceof such Ccrtific.ite of Improvement*-.  Dated this 31 ts dav of December, A' I). I'��i6.  21-30 ���   , I. H. HAM.ETT.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK  "Bell Flower" Mineral Claim, situate in llic  Greenwood Mininir Division of Yale Disliici,  Where located:    In Lonir Lake Camp  TAKE NOTICK that 1, Isaac K. Hallclt,  as atrent for Spencer lieiierman, Free  Miner's Certificate No. H2122,inteiid, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a certilicate of Improvements, for  the prrpose of oblainiinr a Crown Grant ot  their interests in the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certilicate of improvements.  Dated this 31st dav of December, A.D. l'JOO.  21-30 ' I. H. HALLETT.  THE  COPPER  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Maple Leaf Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate   in   Ihe   Greenwood   Miuinu   Division .of  Yale  District.   Where liicatcd:   In   SI. _\ link  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE That I, F. W. limits  Free Miller's Certilicate No. 505G. inicml.  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the iMininir Fecorder for a Certilicale of Improvements for the pur|>osc iif <>l>t.*iiitihit a  Crown Grant ol our interest iu theabove claim.  ^^A'nil���further^ take^notice���i lial=aetl!>ii=inidor  section 37, must be commenced before the is  uar.ee of such certilicale of improvements.  Drtted this 17th dav of January, 1907.  MINERAL ACT.  SCOTT  MEDICAL COMPANY  109 Marion St., Cor. Firlt A����.,  SEATTLE, WASH.  "The Windy Arm district is very rich  and will be one'of the great mineral-  producing regions of the world.    The  work that has been done on it this last  I winter proves that beyond a question I  Just Because  it storms -  dont confine^  yourself _^,  indoors   \\_jj  PROVIDE     H-'Jh  FOR YOUR  BODILY  COMFORT  by wearing  V/ATERPROOF  OILED CLOTH1NO  Every Garment  -  Guaranteed  Good enough to'Iast years  Low In Price  THE LORDS DAY ACT  Alberta���Attorney General Cross  says: "I can assure you that the enforcement of the Sunday act will always have my hearty support as far as  the province of Alberta is concerned."  Saskatchewan ��� Attorney General  L,aniont of-Saskatchewan has stated  that he was prepared to vigorously enforce the Sunday Observance law in  the province.  Quebec���The Quebec legislature will  enact a measure nullifying the effect  of the new Sunday Observance act,  and restoring conditions as they existed before the Dominion law came  into effect.  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. 15, 1906)  Is a dozen books in one, covering Ihe  history. Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Terminology, Uses, Statistics and Finances of  Copper. It is a practical book, useful  to all and necessary t��> most men engaged in any branch of the Copper  Induetry.  Its facts will pass muster with the  trained scientists, aud its language is  easily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facts in plain Eng-  ���ish without fear or favor.  Its lists and describes 4626 Copper  Mines and Companies iu all pat ts of  the world, descriptions running from  two lines to sixteen pages, according  to importance of tlie property.  The Copper Handbook is conceded to  be the  Certificate of Improvements.  notici:.  "Kiihy" Mineral Claim, siiuate iu theGir-i'ii  wood Miuititr Division of Yale hisinci.  Where located:     In Kimbcrlv t'.iuip.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac N. Ilalh-n. a<.  au'i'iit for Edward Pope, Frr�� Miuvi'.  Certificate No. 112114 iiitcudsixiydays fmui !lie  dale hereof, to apply to llic. Mining Ki'iorilct  for a Certificate of Improvement*, for Ihr. pur  |>ose of obtaining a Crown Grant of thi*.ioo-.e  claim.  And further tnhe notice that action tinder section 37, must be commenced before, the isMiance  of such Certificate of luiprovemviiis.  Dated lhis5lh dav of March. A.O.I'Kfi  LILUI,!,!-:'  TT.  LAND NOTICE  '5  PRICES OF METALS  The prices of the metals continue  very satisfactory, and with slight fluctuations, hover around  the   following:  Copper  25 cents  Silver.  67 cents  Lead    5 cents  Itching Piles. ��  If vou are acquainted with anyone  who is troubled with this distressing  ailment, you can do him no greater  favor than to tell him to try Chamber-  laiu's Salve. It gives instant relief.  Price 25 cents per box. Sold by. all  druggists.  The Mining Man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines,  mining aud the metal.  The Investor needs the book for the  facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English.  Price is S5 in Buckram with gilt top;  57.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  453_Postofiice Block, Houghton,  Michigan,  NOTICE Is hereby yiven lh.lt sixty il.n':-, '  afterdate I intend to apply to Ihe Hon.. Ihe  Chief Commissioner of I.amN :tinl Woil-s. lor  liermissior. to purehase the follow-ini.' described  lands situated in East Yale district: Com-  menciti!.' at a |Mist marked I!, (."olburn's S. W.  corner post; thence west ^'chains to land monument on Uoundary line: thence north 3i��  chains: thence east 20 chains: thence south SU  Chains to the place of commencement, emu.inline l'"0 icres.  Dated December '.7, l'MO.  20-30 JOHN CKAIG.  MCRAE BROS. & SMITH. LIMITED  NOTICE Is hereby (riven, that three months  from the dale hereof, the Company here  tofore bearinir the name McRae liros. & Smith.  Limited, will apply to the t.ientcnant-Gnvrrtt'jr  in Council for an order changing its name to  McRae Itros., Limited.  Dated at Greenwood, 1!. C, this 9th dav of  Februarv. A. 1>. 1V07.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  24-J6 Solicitor for tlie said Company.  For CUT FLOWERS.  Pot Plants, Bouquets, Etc.,  wVne or phone  FRACHE BROS., Columbia, B. C.  Fimrral designs of every description.  *-istf&z*y$*??ii  ^M:  ��� Vri-';.'vJ  y- ��� .::v  ;.���;,.  If;"'#  V 1  Ip  (  ���mm  ?mS% THE.' BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Dr. Mathison,  dentist,  Naden-Flood  block.  Don't forget the Union meat market.  all the trouble-of baking day turned  into one of pleasure for the small  sum  Watch    our  North   window   next  week.  W. B. Wilcox of the Phoenix Pioneer,  was in Greenwood during the week.  For a nice Sunday roast call  up  the  Union Meat Co.    Phone 20.  Subject of sermon in the Methodist  church Sunday evening will be, "I  Believe in the Physical Only."  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings.  For krnt���Three.roomed house, furnished, $9.    H. J. Clint. 26-27  The next meeting of the  Associated  Boards will be held at Moyie.  The finest  Okanagan  apples in. the  city, $2 per box.    Union meat market.  Harry P. Dickinson made a good  referee in the wrestling matches in  Eagles hall Wednesday evening.  The  Russell-Law-Caulfield, Co. Ltd  Hardware  Furnishings  Groceries  :^  ��� ��� ��� *  ty  ty  ty  ty  *  ty  ty  a  ty  ty  it  'ty  ty  ty  a  ty  ty  a  o  Tod Desks,  ook Cases,  Arm and Oliice  Chairs,  The Prices Will Sell These Goods.  1 We are going to sell these so you had  beeter take a look at them.  A. L. WHITE &CO.  House Fumisfieri  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  a  ty  ty  ��  *  ty  o  ty  o  a  ty  a  ty  a  a  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  i��  a  ty  ty  ��  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  a  ty  i>  ty  ty  _ty  -��r  ty  ty  ty  DEALERS IN  ty  ���5  ��  *  *  *  ty  v  v  ��  *  9  *  ty " c  *  ty  ty  a  a  ti  ty  a  ?resb and gurec! meats ���  Fisb and Poultry.  FRESH OYSTERS,      HOT TAMALES  SPRING CHICKEN  In fact everything in season is served at  THE   PACIFIC   CAFE  ~"~~ LUNCH COUNTER  Open at all Hours.. Prompt Service.  "I  Wanted���Your old stove in exchange  for one of our best, new Steel Ranges.  A. Ty. White & Co., house furnishers.  Phone 16 26 27  The regular -iieeting of the License  Commissioners was hcldon Wednesday  last. No business of importance came  before the board.  Dr.   Spankie went  out  on   Friday's  Great   Northern   train   for a visit to  I Spokane.  H. V. Fuller left Monday morning  last for a business trip to the Palouse  country.  The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Frederick Roberts died at Anaconda  Wednesday last.  Mr. A. B. W.^Hodges, who was present at several meetings of the Associated Boards, when invited by the board  to express liis opinion on the effect the  Sunday Observance law would have  on the chief industry of the district  expressed himself as opposed to Sunday labor wherever possible to avoid it,  but at the same time he did not think  the mining industry should he compelled at this time to scrupulously.ob  serve the law.  Basket ball is the latest innovation  in Greenwood. A club of young folks  has been formed and a suitable room  rented for the pastime.  Mr. A. D. Thomas and bride have  returned and arc stopping at the Imperial while their cottage on Silver  street is being made ready for them.  1907 Wall Paper now in stock. Send  for us. Let us give you a figure on  your work. Prices right and satisfaction guaranteed.  McRaeBros.       26-27  We are sorry to learn that E. W.  Bishop, Sr., got a severe fall on Tuesday morning last, which resulted in  the breaking of one of the bones of his  wrist,  Harry Shallcnberger arrived on Sunday evening's stage from Spokane.  He comes to look after development on  the Moreen, and to install a compressor  thereon.  T, F. Sutherland has returned to  Greenwood to make his last call on his  friends before going north It is understood that he has accepted management of the Telkwa mines.  An adjuster will arrive this evening  to sellle the various losses arising from  Thursday morning's fire.  The clergymen of the town were out  in force at Thursday evening's meeting  of the Board of Trade.  '.' The Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,  announce a new feature for the'eon-  venien.ee of second-class passengers  traveling via the new Empresses from  St. John. On March 21st, April 4th,  18th, and May 2nd, tourist sleeper will  be run from Montreal direct to the  steamer at St. John. Berth rate $1;2S.  Thi3 gives for the first tims-direct  through tourist sleeper service tor  passengers making the Atlantic trip.  For reservations or further particulars  write J. S. Carter, D. P. A., Nelson,  B. C.  DO YOU APPRECIATE  For rf.nT���Furnished cabins, ��6.50  amlSS.SO.    II. J. Clint. 26 27  The Spartans had an iron coinage.  In 1620  the  lirst  large  copper coins  were minted in England.  Grand Forks has an enthusiastic  20,000 ciub, but unfortunately it could  not send delegates to the Associated  Boards. "  The funeral of Arthur Christenscn,  of Boundary Falls, took place from  Gulley's undertaking rooms on Friday  afternoon.  A plate for the baby t at stands for  economy and cleanliness. It costs you  one dollar and it is worth the price.  McRae Bros 26-27  Grand Master Simpson visited the  local lodge of Rebekalis last evening  and delivered an address that was  highly appreciated. Light refreshments aud a dance concluded the evening. .  We marked Greenwood up one Wednesday evening when we saw the way  the young men came to. the rescue of  the committee and with such good will  lent themselves to making the Smoker  a success.  Mr. A. B. Mackenzie took occasion  at the smoker Wednesday evening to  speak very highly of the capabilities  of the Greenwood band and of the  excellent service it rendered at the  Rossland carnival,  Mr. H. Bunting has secured the contract to erect for the Dominion government a barn for stock quarantine purposes at Midway. The building will  be 30x60, of a most substantial character, on stone piers, and will be near  the C. P. R station.  ^The^Jocal^Qdd- Fellows had,great  pleasure on Tuesday evening Hist in  listening to an address by Grand Master Simpson, of Cranbrook. Light refreshments were served by the Kebek-  ahs, and a very pleasant time w;.s  enjoyed.  At the Smoker Wednesday evening  last, Roy Baker, champion lightweight  wrestler of tbe Pacific coast, undertook  to take four falls out of three men in  45 minutes. His wrestling time was  just 27 minutes, in which he put Calder  to the mat twice, Russell once and McMillan once.  Chief Engineer Kennedy, recently  called to Ottawa iu regard to rpilway  location in conflict with the Canadian  Pacific at Hetleiy, was supported by  Duncan Ross, M. P , at request of the  citizens of Hedley. After complete  discussion of the problem theetigineers  of the rival roads reached an amicable  agreement.  The Atnsdcn Musical compr.ny played  in the Auditorium on Monday and  Tuesdpy evenings last to crowded anil  delighted audiences. On Monday evening "Mascot" was presented, and on  Tuesday evening "The Governor's  Wife," The musical part of the plays  was considerably abridged to the regret  of the audience. The plays were fairly  well staged, the comedy features well  presented, the costumes fine and the  music good, and all in all the entertainment far above the average seen in the  Boundary."  A. M.Whiteside leaves this afternoon  for a trip to the coast cities, taking in  Kamioops and Vernon en route. He  expects to be away about ten days.  W. J. Nelson, who has been coufini.d  to his room for some days with a multiplication of ailments, including ton-  silitis, pppears to be slowly recovering.  Neither Cascade, Grand Forks, nor  Phoenix was represented at the Associated Boards of Trade. Are the  Boards of Trad ; at these points  dead?  Subscriptions received for any mag  azine or paper, sent direct to you, at  publisher's price. This saves you both  money and trouble. McRaeBros.  26-27  Mr, A. W. Dyer, representing the  Daily News, of Nelson, has been in  town for several days in attendance at  the Board of Trade, of which body he  was an active member.  Thai the Associated Boards intended  to deal with tbe Sunday Observance  law ou Thursday evening, must have  become known around town, judging  by the number of citizens present,  On invitation of tlie Board of Trade  the Rev. H. H. Hastings, secretary ol  the local Lord's Day Alliance, presented the merits of the Lord's Day  Act to that body on Thursday evening.  The rooms in the court house put at  the disposal of the Board of Trade by  Government Agent McMynn were admirably suited for the purpose, and the  kindness of Mr. McMyiui was highly  appreciated.  Mr. J. T. Beattie, local manager of  the Bank of Commerce, called to Van  couver some weeks ago by the illness  of lvs father, returned Wednesday last  and reports his father very much improved in health.  At t ic semi-annual meeting of the  Boundary Falls Mincit>'. union the foi  lowing were elected officers for the ensuing term: President, Ben M.  Sweezey; vice president, R. J. Rowe;  financial secretary, Lester McKenzie;  conductor, C. Harrington; warden, C.  Cusselnmn; trustees, S. Sidall, K. Rowe  and Koger Meade; delegate Federation  convention, E. J. Kowe.  The   first coining   machine was   invented by Brnchner iu 1553.  Fluorspar and zinc, when associates  in an ore can be separated electrostatically.       ���  Water-tight bulkheads iu the pontoons of gold dredges for minimizing  risk of sinking aie coming into more  general use. "  The gas engine using furnace gas  produces about three times as much  power as can be produced by putting  the same gas under boilers.  Ketchutan and 'Prince of Wales  island, southeastof Alaska, have lately  been connected by cable with the outside world. The mining and smelting  industries of those places will find the  establishment of this means of speedy  communication convenient and advantageous.  Siil)scri])G Fot The Times; $2  FROM 23 TO  SO PER CENT.  SAVED ON -HOUR GROCEM BILLS  We sell at retail at lowest wholesale  prices, Hotel and boardinghouse keepers, farmers,' miners and lumbermen  will'find it to their advantage lo investigate us.  WE PAY  THE  FREIGHT  to any railway station in British  Columbia. WK only handi,K -'i'ikst  class and. rum; goods. We guarantee prompt delivery. No order too  small, none too large. Wkiti3 i'ok  OUR l'KfCR LIST. IT IS FREE. Be  convinced  that  you  can save  money.  NORTHWESTERN    SUPPLY    HOUSE  259 261 Stanley St., WINNIPEG, Man.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE  New Westminster, B. C.   .  ���&^i$&*- BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODCEo  ~~1%tfl{i&~ No. 38.1. 0. 0. F.  Mecis every   Tuesday  ICvunin|> at X 00 in  tlie  [. W. O.  1". Hall.     A   cm-thai   ltii-1 Utioii U c.\  tended to all Hujoiiriiiiij; bre'.liern.  B. u. MOKTIMliK, K. ANDERmOS,  N. *.'.. Riw.-Khc  Receives both ladies ami tfeiitlenteti a* resident or <lay miniums, lias a complete business  or commercial course. Prepares Miniums m  train teachers* cerli|icales of all i;r:iiles. Hives  the four years' course for the |!. A, decree, and  tin: first year of Hie of Hie School of Science  course, in affiliation Willi Toronto University.  Has a special "-Prospectors' Course" for niiiters  who \vorl< iu I!. t_.  Instruction is also iriveu i�� Art, Mus''C, Physical Ciilliiivaud Klocutiou  Term opens September iT. l'Kl". For calendar,  etc., address COl.U.M HI A NCOI'iUiMi  IF SO WE CAN SUTIT YOUR TASTE  Our Coffees range iu price'-froin 25 cents per pound,  and we feel sure that atrial order will no doubt give  ns YOUR Coffee Business.  Huntef-Kehdrick' Co., Ltd.  "The Big Store"  i  ^4,4,^4��4,4,4,4,^^4,^^4,4,^4,,i,el��4,4''4,4,4,j?  *  *���  Nice convenient cottage in north end of town,  with large garden.  Seveti-rootncd house in south end of town.   Well  furnished aud up-to-date.  Two-roomed house with 25xl.00-foot lot.    Close  in, $500. '������.-__   Houses, rooms, cabins and shacks in all parts of  the town to rent.  Mines, Stocks, Real Estate aud Insurance.  4��  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd. %  4, GEO. R. NADEN. Manager ���j.  4�� P-0. Box 126. BROKERS Greenwood, B. C. 4��  3* ���%> fy ���$* -fc *fc *^ *f *!"$* * 4* * * 4- 4* ** *+���*������!����������� ^.����� *fr K  WALKING ON  ^Ai'j-V.''  'Jill lj ���i.ife^t??A-\i4-A\\\ \^V/*y>v  hands; and they comprise all mnnn  will arrive in the next week or so.  er  is a-sensation we should all like  to uxp'triedec., But it can't be  g-iincd frr.m poor carpels any  more than Ironi burc iloors.   Our  CARPETS  AND   RUGS  have all tie: delicate' elasticity  that goes with a rich, well-woven  article. They are inade'of select  ed materials, wrought by skilled  of patterns.    Our spring  shipments  X. M. Gulley 8* Co.  Greenwood's Big Furniture House.  PHONE NO. 20  F0R-  4  CHOICE BEEF, PORK AND MUTTON  FRESH FISH    FINNAN HADDIE  SALT HERRING  moore & Mcelroy,  Proprietors.  .!��*=  An employee of the lower smeltct  claims to have seen a very large cougar on ��� two successive evenings recently. The beast was encountered on  both occasions on the railway track  just south of Anaconda. There are  several large dogs about town that  might in the dusk be mistaken for more  savage animals and it may be one of  these was taking a; run down to the  slaughterhouse. However, the story J  is told as true, and otherincjdents tend |  to corroborate it. rW  At the Boundary Creek Times  -^-������"���'"-"���

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