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 VOL. 12  GREENWOOD, B. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER   13,  1907.  No. 1.  ^^av^ssw^SB&XEsmB^m^mss^msmm&<a^i^^BS^^iVs>^s^ss^sssafas^&  I  1 f ���  RESOLUTION CARRIES  At Last Saturday Evening's  Meeting  Or Floor Coverings till you see  GULLEY'S BIG STOCK and get  GULLEY'S LITTLE PRICES : :  OF THE  MINERS'  UNION  Calling On the British Columbia Gov-  , eminent to Move In the-  Matter of Fuel  from the Boundary country has  the distinction of recording the  first mineral claim at the mining-  recording office at Prince Rupert.  His declaration was handed in on  Wednesday, August 21st, at 10  o'clock in the forenoon. The  claim he recorded is located on an  island near Kennedy I-sland.  THIS BANKER TALKS  Glowingly  of   British  Columbia  AND ITS GREAT RESOURCES  CHANGE IN TRAIN TIME-  can give you  good Values  in all Lines  Special Bargains this Week in  Carpet Squares & Hearth Rugs  Phone 27  s  Of  HOUSE FURNISHERS  Greenwood, B.C.  a  unnmBvwuMmamn  ,UR stock-oE' Ladies' Coats  and Skirts for the coming  season has arrived it comprises all the-latest and most up-  to-date styles, in all the best and  most fashionable cloths, A large  variety of patterns to chooseirom  and at the lowest possible price,  consistent with a" high standard  of quality. -        -        -    "��� "  PAY US A  VISIT.  Dry Goods.  Millinery  M'T  TRUST  YOUR    WATCH  IN THE HANDS OF AN INEXPERIENCED PERSON. IE THERE IS SOMETHING  WRONG WITH IT BRING IT TO A  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER. OUR  SPECIALTY IS WATCH REPAIRING.  ��Wlal��RK IS GUARANTEE��  fteLOGAN & C  Copper Street Greenwood  At the  regular meeting of the  Miner's Union on Saturday evening last a strong resolution  was'  adopted bearing on the fuel situation and the government  asked  to intervene in   the   matter, out  of justice to   the   working man,  who after all is perhaps the most  seriously   pinched , in   the   coke  shortage.   An address embodying  the reso'utionhas been forwarded  to the local Premier. The following is the text of the address:���  Greenwood, B.C., Sept. 9, 1907  To The Right Honorable Richard  McBride, Premier of British  Columbia,  Victoria, B.C.  Sir,���Whereas   the  enlargement  of some of the  smelters   in   this  district has caused a proportionate  increase in the amount of coke required, and  Whereas, the coal and coke  companies have not met the increased demand, although their  plants are extensive enough, as is  shown by the fact that two hundred and forty ovens at Carban-  ado have not been in operation  during the past year and a half,  and  Whereas, taking the British  Columbia Copper Company as an  .example, since it is largely within the jurisdiction of our local  Union, the coke shortage at their  smelter amounted to 2,750 tons  during the month of August,  causing the Company to layoff  to an average of 100r mento the  entire month, and entailing a loss  of $10,800 in wages to the employees, and  Whereas, the shut down occasioned by the coke shortage are  detrimental to the development  and prosperity of the Province, as  workingrmen cannot afford to remain where they cannot secure  steady-employment.-and^married.  men are forced to abandon their  homes to seek for work, or to burden themselves with debt, inorder  to live,  - Be it therefore, Resolved, that  we the Members of "Greenwood  Miners' Union, No. 22, W.'F. M.  are of the opinion that the Provincial Government,having large  areas cf coal lauds in reserve,that  it would be well for them to place  these coal' areas in such a state  of development that they could  control all such situations arising  in the future; and exercise its  right to investigate the cause of  tho coke shortage, and to take  steps to insure a steady and sufficient supply of coke to all the  Smelters in the Province, so that  Canadian industries, and Canadian workingmen may not be hampered in developing the resources  of the Province."  Committee,  R. A. Matheson.  Beginning with Sunday last a  change iu C. P. R. train time  went into effect as bcloNv:-���  Train No. 41 for Midway leaves  Nelson at 9.45 instead of at S. 10  as before, and leaves Midway at  17. instead of at 15.00.  Train   No. 42. leaves Midway  at 14-50 inste?d of 15.10, will   be  allowed 35 minutes for trarsfere  at Robson,and arrives at Nelson  at 22.30 ,instead of at 22.05.  On   the   Phoen>x   branch    the  north-bound train* leaves Phoenix  at 14.40 instead of at 15.50 as before. The southbound train-  leaves Eholt at 16.00 instead of  14.05,  A   consequent     change     was  wrought in our local mail service.  But  Does   Not Shy at   the Oriental  Question as  lie   Might if  Here Permanently  ENLARGING THEIR   QUARTERS.  Messrs Bubar & McKay find  their present livery stable accom-  odations'too narrow for an expanding trade, and are enlarging  the same.  The have extended the ground  floro back to the alley, and will  excavate the basement-up to the  Copper Street line. This will give  them stabling sufficient for 30  horses. A cement floor will be  laid in the basement and cleanliness and drainage thus be secured.  FRUIT LANDS  Mr.   Arthur M.     Samuel,     i  prominent   banker    of    London,  Eng.,  who   had been making   a  tour of the Dominion with'a view  to making investments, left   today for home after   a fortnight's',  stay in    Brittish   Columbia.    He  frankly admitted that  the    vast  resources of the country proved  a revelation and that his preconceived opinions formed   in England had undergone   remarkable  transformation..   Agreeing"   with  many   recent .visitors, Mr. Samuel regards cheap labor���oriental  labor��� as   the   salvation of this  province,    in this view he occupies a different standpoint from  that taken by organized labor.  "All the    glowing  accounts I  have been reading about the  prosperity of Canada are not exaggerated." said Mr. Samuel to  a province reporter at the Hotel  Vancouver yesterday. "I .am  most favorably impressed with,  the wonderful resources possessed  by the various provinces, but  especially that of British Columbia. My observations have  already taught me the colossal  ignorance I had hitherto entertained about this great country,  and I flatter myself I was as  wellcinformed   as    the   'average  great manufacturing industries.  The conditions are so favorable  that no other result could occur.  Rediscounts in Labor.  "Cheap labor is a/L the more  essential here especially when  vou are face to ��� face with a  stringency in the money markets  ���a stringency felt in London  and which will become more  acute during the next three years.  Canada has amexcellent banking  system. - I was so favorably impressed witn the earning powers  of some of your banking institutions that 1 shall certainly buy  shares in a number of them before returning to England."  During his stay here Mr. Samuel also made a careful study  of the possibilities of the cau-  ning, lumber, coal aud metalliferous mining industries. "Loudon," said he in co'nclusion, "is  and wiil continue to be, the financial center of the world. Are  you aware that millions of dollars  of Cauadiau commercial paper  discounted b}' your own banks  is'shipped over \ by thern^ annually and rediscounted by Lombard street bankers."���The Province;  L  Are Intereste  Outcome  THE VANCOUVE  Of Last Saturday Evening W  Whites Mixed up With the  Colored Races-  TUG-OF-WAR  They Are Golnir Fast  The Kettle Valley Irrigated  Fruit Lands Company (Ltd.), is  receiving many inquiries for the  lands recently put upon the market. Already over 200 acres have  gone in small holdings and other  buyers are in sight. Many of the  purchasers ask to have the laud  cleared and planted and in some  cases taken care of, all of which  the company is prepared to do.  The acreage set out last spring  is doing wonderful ly well althou gh  the planting seemed rather late.  It is now quite evident tha+ the  company will achieve what it  richly merits���success.. We trust  the present is but the beginning  ofJheir_enterpnse^_oniAfae__3a.Sg.  Sunday next at Phoenix a team  from the Mother Lode will try  conclusions with one from Grand  Forks, at atug-of-war for a purse,  of $450. Both teams are in fine  condition and the friends of the  Greenwood team feel confidence  that their favorites will win. The  victory will in no event be an  easy one.  AT THE SUNSET  Englishman.  Know  Little  Of Canada.  . "The quicker the moneyed  classes at home are enlightened  about the Dominion the better  if capital is to flow over for investment. Of course, the educational work carried on by the  Dominion Governmet is helpful  but these efforts could easily be  redoubled with immense profit  to all concerned. The buildings  about to be erected in the Strand  will help the good cause along.  The information which the Canadian officials over there disseminate should be of the most detailed character.. England is a  country where the leaven of ed-  u.catjon__^works___slojyly_..Jb^c_aus_e  In Deadwood Camp.  line.  SUDDEN DEATH  The Anaconda News of the 11 inst.  Has the following very, interesting1  story of the progress of events at the  Dominion Copper Coy's property in  Deadwood Camp���the Sunset!  Ever since 1901 this property has  shipped a considerable amount of ore  annually, the total shipments to date  amounting to ' 102,534 tons. ; However.  it is in the last .two months that the  Suiset has comtne-v-ed to take a prom  ine'rit place among the big producers of  ihe Boundary, having been fifth on ihe  low grade shipping list for several  weeks. Shipments are now being made  at the.rate of 250 tons per   day.  All of the ore being mined at presei t  is coming from the large "trlory hole"  on top and small quarries n the sides  of Sunset hill. The ore Iron* the main  quarry is trammed a short distance and  dumped directly into the bin through  an opening midway between the top  and bottom of the structure. A 2,000  candle power electric arc light has been  put up on the edge of tlie quarry, furnishing excellent light li i the night shift  Work has been started''on four new  quarries at lower points.than the or  _igjj.'AL^_jj!y^J��LMlPA'j^X.L'l^add it ion al  The sudden death of Mr. E. A. Hain,  postmaster at Midway, Wednesday  evening last is sad news to a large  circle of friends. From reports received it would appear that when in  company with another gentleman, the  deceased returned to the post ofiice  after dinner fire was discovered blaz  ing within. The other party hastened  to give thealarm and Mr.Hain went in  to try and extinguish the ilames. When  help arrived a few minutes later they  found thefireextiuguished and Mr.Hatn  lying on the sidewalk in the throes of  death. The event has cast a gloom  over the community where the deceased  has long lived and was universally respected. Mr. Hain was a prominent  member of the Knights of Pythias, ana  a genial gentleman.  The funeral wiil take place on Sun  day next at 11 o'clock at Midway under  the auspices of the Knights of Pythias.  NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER  GREENWOOD IN EVIDENCE.  WORTHY  OF  THOUGHT.  A Greenwood man,according to  the Empire, made the first mineral location at Prince Rupert.  Here is the item, from the "Empire" of August 31st:  '���William Hanna, a prospector  Said Mr. Hamar Greenwood, a  Canadian by birth, and member  for York in the British House of  Commons, at a Canadian Club  luncheon in Vancouver recently:-  "Since the defeat of Russia the  international danger zone has  been shifted from northern India  to the Pacific coast of North  America.  even to-day despite your glorious  aid in the South African war  Canada is only a name to millions of our population.^  ������"Cheap labor and cheap coal  are the two factors which must  be kept in view if British Columbia, is to become the banner  province of the Confederation.  Look what the material resources  of Britain have done iu making  her a world-wide power. Thev  are one of the foundations of  England's greatness. And future  historians will draw the" same  parallel respecting British Columbia.  Orientals for Rough Work,  "My honest opinion is that  organized white labor is very  short-sighted in opposing the  immigration of cheap labor. In  a new country somebody must  do the spade work and this especially applies here where there  is admittedly insufficient white  men for manual labor I really  think that the white laborer is  standing in his own light. Of  course I do not favor making  this a Chinese or Japanese province, but I firmly believe that  the barriers should be so lowered  as to permit of the unrestricted  entry of enough Orientals to  carry out the vast undertakings  planned for this province. Such  a policy will raise the status of  the white labor without lowering  wages. Sooner or later the  Pacific coast will be the seat of  From all reports Vancouver  stirred up trouble last Saturday  evening, the echoes of which are  being heard in Ottawa, London,  and even the Orient.  The influx of Asiatics into British Columbia of late has reached  alarming proportions and   white  labor evidently decided that it was  up to it to  call attention   to the  situation   in   a  significant way.  Instigated doubtless by   the success which   attended   the  recent  "drive" of Hindus in Bellingham,  a mob of white   men   raided  the  Chinese   and   Japanese   quarters  last   Saturday  evening  and ��� although no very   serious   damage  was done the breaking of windows  aud a few injuries to both whites  and   foreigners has   brought   to  civic and federal government!- the  fact that something must be done  to relieve conditions.  The Chinese and Japs fearing  a repetition of the attack have  apparently armed themselves to  resist any further attempts on  their persons and property and  only; a careful police patrol and  strong public opinion will be able  tQ prevent later and more serious  trouble. Messrs. McPherson and  Galliher, of the Commons, have  hurried to Ottawa to make representations to the Government.  Should another shipload of brownies arrive meantime it is feared  that the indignation of the whites  could not be restrained.  Some arrests have followed the  demonstration of Saturday and  Sunday, many of them being  Orientals charged with carrying  concealed weapons.  The embarrassment of the.situation is chiefly in ; the  relation..  that exist   between   Japan    and  England and incidentally Canada  and what the final outcome   wil1  be is doubtful.    These   relation;  grow out of existing  treaties  in  reference-to=which,���Hon.=-Rv--W.-  Scott, Secretary of state, in a recent interview said :���-  \The  treaty between   Canada  levels in the main, opening, one being  on the level of the railroad and one at  a point intermediate'between'this and  the floor of  the ' main   "glory   hole."  The third new quarry is on the south | and Japan ratified   by the   Can  side of the big ore bin, and   the fourth   adian parliarnent at    its last ses  on the nortli side; both being on the level of the Canadian Pai ific tracks.  The ore from these lower quarries is  trammed to a point near the ore bunk  crs, where it is loaded into a skip and  hoisted to the top of the bin,"being  thence distributed to any desired point  through a series of chutes. A -SO li. p.  electric hoist has been i>i.-.t.il1ed above  the ore bin for this purpose-  Ore Beneath Waste Dump  A cons derabln bo ly of go > 1 ( r ��� has  been discovered beneath tlu waste  dump from the old shaft, and preparations are being to mine the same. A  tunnel has been started from the foot  of the hili, fro-n whi :li a raise will be  made some fit.) ft to the surface. Thi-  will form a chute which Will greatly  faciliate tlie work of removing the Immense quantity of waste covering the  ore. As so >ii as a sufficient portion of  the old dump is removed, a quarry  will be started from a {joint near the  ore   bin.  An 13 drill electric cotrpressor was  installed in Tune, and has been running some two montns. The machine  works very smoothly and is giving the  best of sati.-facton. Three 2 in in and  and two Murphy drills are being used  to break down the nresont   output.  THE CRESCENT.  The steam driil compressor for  the Crescent arrived at Phoenix  Saturday last and is being put in  sion was perfectly clear as to the  rights of the Japanese iu Canada.  The treaty says: "The subjects  of each of the high contracting  parties shall have full liberty to  enter, travel or reside in any part  of the dominion and possessions  of the contracting parties, and  shall have full protection fur  their persons and   property.*'  "The treaty was not adopted  in a hurry," said Mr. S."'t. "It  was in force between Britain and  Japan three years before we became a-party to it. It was given  full consideration before we  adopted it. The opposition in  parliament blamed us because we  did not become a party to it earlier than we did. There was no  protest from British Columbia or  anywhere else against Canada  passing the treaty.  "British Columbia benefits now  and will benefit still further as  time goes on by the trade "between Canada and Japan. But  at all events Canada ratified the  treat}*."  Although it is to be sincerely  hoped that this affair may arranged without eudaugering national  relations, it is equally im  position this week.    In about two  weeks the machinery will be ready i portant that British Columbia be  for operation when the   working  force will be increased.  saved to the white man,  rights are paramount.  whose THE   BOtfNPARY   CRB'BK   TIMES.  ^mmmmmmmmmmmrmnmmte  CF<\  CF*\  (F'-\  0=<!  CF*\  Cr-'1  CF*]  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. President:    r-��'-'- Strathcona and Mount Royal, G. C M. G.  President-    Sik Gkokob A. Dkbmmond.-K. C. M. G.  ���     Vice-l'r,-st;ie.it ainl General Manager :    E. S. Clodston,  Brandies in London, Eng. ] clSJV'&Jsai-. \' New York, Chicago.  Hue ami sell Sterlintr Exchanf-i and Cable Transfers ; Grant Comtnercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.   .  SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  5��<  0-*  Cr  .���n  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$10,00,000.   Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  !'..   K  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.  WAI-KRR. President. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  H. H. MORRIS, Supt. Pacific Coast Branches.  BANIC MONEY ORDERS  lSfiUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES >  $3 and ti2<5.w    8 MOftS  ������>'���� ��5 md not exceeding $10    8 carta  "   $\o      -* "        $SO  !Oeeota  ��   S.-n>      " " $50  15 centa  '.������'be.��; Orders are Payable at Par at any office In Canada of a Chartered Bank  'Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in the United States.  NEGOTIABLE AT A.FIXED RATK AT  nil- CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  Thev form an excellent method of remitting small sums of J��oney  with safety and at small cost.  Savings bank Department  :.-i aiiiiweil on deposits from St upwards at current rates.   ���  1.  f  Greenwood Branch  J. T. BEATTIE Manager  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H.  HALLETT  BakKISTICR, SOLICITOR,  NOTAKY  PTHUC.  Cable Address:       " H.-uiii-t."  I Bedford M'Neill\s  Coin's -, Mori-iu;.' i NealV  I.eibers  Greenwood. S. C  \.?r*r4zr~.:^,t3Vinw.*  ^R^i't  UOUMjaHV   valley   lodge  '"%i;;v,\---" No. 33. L 0.0. F.  iieeie,  e'eO    'I.uewlav   '--.n-uiii-- al S iMI  in   lilt  j. i-'.-o: F.  Hall.     A' cordial  uivi union is ex  tended to all ^(".iciirtmi'.' liieilterii.  K*. :,. 'MflKT[M!--R. E.  AKDEK--ON,  '    ' N. ��.- Rpi'-S-w  'CSk. -  Boiiisdary Creek Times  Issued every T-r.tJay  BV   TilK  Boundary Crccli Printing and Publishing  CO., LlMITKD,-  SI] ItSCK l'"riO*>"i IN A DV A.NOE.  1'liK   Vl'.AK  - -.���������   - 'M  Six Months        ���   1 25  TO   KORKION   COl'NTiJIKS     2  SO"  -���.>:'.  iLAi-rt"-  ri'-DAY   SKI'TKMHKH  13. 1-507  UNJUST ASPERSION  Tliv. declamation of Ida Crecch-  TLt/.loi.t on the street Friday 'evun-  true. does injustice to herself,  her cause and to those who may  be unfortunate enough to be called on to locally represent capital.  Incendiarism of the Cree^h-  Hazlett type can be productive  of no !-ood, simply pernicious to  public welfare.  Time was, when "fair-play"  was a British boast, but that  sense must now be dead, *or the  rank and file of local socialism  be largely un-British, if some of  the utterances of this one of  earth's greatest abominations���  a woman demagogue���were not  not at least secretly condemned.  In fact, if applause'be the measure of an   audience's' acceptance  of a speaker's utterances, then  its faintness on the occasion betrays the disapproval of many  who heard it.  But these demonstrations  against men, and not for belief,  are the things that instead of  hurrying the day when labor and  capital shall become righteously  related, will hurry the day when  capital will become, cruel enough  to employ men of less intelligence  but of a more respectful attitude.  False invective and unjust criti-  right to first purchase of the surface ground. Of course the railway land grant has taken away  the latter prerogative for such  claims as are within its belt, but  some provision should have been  made, if it were not, for the conservation of the timber for mining purposes. If the new departure is to stand good, mining  men will presently find that when  the time arrives when they will  need +he timber to carry on mining operations their claims will  be stripped of timber "and their  property littered with tree tops  and branches that will be a menace to them unless they go to the  expense of clearing the ground.  Even if the conveyance of thf  laud to the railway carry with it  the timber, it ought to be the case  that the mineral owner should  have a prior right to purchase the  timber that may be on his claim.  The struggle Vict ween men and  corporations appears to be daily  widening and the rights of the  individual are being steadily  narrowed.  EDITORIAL NOTES  Vesuvius has been a trifle lazy  of late but is again busy, and her  ash man has been getting in his  work.  The price of coal is going.up in  the east. The coal barons must  have heard that somebody was  getting higher wages"  Judge McEwen of Chicago  must be taking his vacation. At a  recent sitting of his court it took  him twenty minutes to grant  twenty divorces.  Argentine appears to begetting  ready for another turn of the rev  olutionarj- wheel. The Peace conference  is iu session and   South  America is uneasy.  to silver. But the companies  were all failures. A church basement evidently does not make  good offices for such promotions.  i  TOLD   IN    BRIEF  SOME INTERESTING ITEMS-  Canadian country postmasters  have been marked up a trifle in  the matter of pay.  Judge Henderson, now Governor is reported as making good in  that trying district, the Yukon.  The real estate activity of Vancouver has been transfered for the  present to Alberui, new and old.  Now.it is another great big  $405,000 dividend by the Grstnby,  That makes nearly three miliums  iu eighteen months.  Sir Thos. Sliaughnessy is the  general in command of 40,000  men, agreat army of peace and  not of  war.  The railway men are "mixing"  it up now and \t.hen. The other  dav it was Hill and McGuigan,  now it is Fish and Hour ah an.  Let  them mill   away.  0<K><><K>0<><>0-0<X>0<>0<X>0<>0<>C^OO<^  ���>iTnn  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in    Sash,   Doors,  Turned  "Work  and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  GREENWOOD,   :   B.C.  o  o  0  6 PHONE  65. O  6 0  <>aCH3O-&0OC><>0OO<>CKKK>O<X>CK>O<K>  .Mat)�� m�� ��wm��hj*ia n  m  yers  ]���  Are you conversant with the Workmen's Compensation  Act. The only absolute protection offorded is a Liia-  bility Policy. The "OCEAN" Policies, (the largest  accident company in the world, with assets of over  Seven Million Dollars) provides a complete indemnity  against all liability, relieving you from? all responsibility, worry and trouble.      -  eric W. McLaine,  District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  -#.-  ������J  "V1 *�����  It would' look as if France  wouldhave her share of troubles  with Morocco before order be  finally restored.  WTWEATHEKWORK  is  HEALTHFUL  AND  PLEASANT  IF YOU WEAR  WATERPROOF  OILED CLOTHING  BLACK Of) YELLOW  Perfect Protection  Longest  Service  Low in Price  Sold Everywhere  Is  unexcelled, as  is evidenced  by   its  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at ��� all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by in-  sistinj"- on having-        '  ���ELKHOMT BOTTLED BEER  ���4=  *  4-.  f  &&&&&&&&& &&&<��&'4r&4r&ty+ + + +'4>.Jl'iii  i  J  livlcctric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Yen t i 1 a I i ii g. Po we r fu rn i sh ed  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, .with an absolute  guarantee of cortirrc vs ](wcr  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  * .* <$ * *h 4- 4- -fr ���*��� * * * *Jf^^M^++��f-��f ���f*-f.^S6  i  PHONE NO. 20  _____��� FOR  ���  CHOICE BEEF, PORK AND MUTTON  FRESH FISH    FINNAN HADDIE  SALT HERRING  Bellin*rham has taken a radical  way of killing competition to  white labor. The mob drove the  Hindus back across the line.  Years ago Tacoma took similiar  action against the yellow peril.  ing- last r.ug-Jesl��v[i7ilTireleTnrgirf  to bo a ii'iiit within which such  speakers should I e confined. This  is  entirely   outside    the   subject  matter oi" discussion.    One person I  lists tlie same rig'ht to believe in  Socialism as another has   to  re  ject it.    Neither has the right to  find  fault with   the   other.    But  when the discussion of any subject involves matterspcrsonal then  a limit  should   be   set���a   limit  both moral and legal.  The speaker should set the higher limit o��  tlie two.  that moral, by his own  sense of justice and a decent re-  g.'ird   for   another's   rights   and  privilege.--. There are great truths  doubtless involved   in   socialism  but iuUmperaiice of    attack   always obscures,  and   not  emphasizes an issue.  We  submit  that the report of  cism never yet won a cause, but  it has doomed   many   a   worthy  one    to   long    delay   and    even  death.  THE TIMBER QUESTION  King Edward wouldn't counten  ance the vileness of one of the.  songs of a Marienbad theatre and  so withdrew. Such a protest will  do more to purify the stage than  many sermons and much printer's  ink.  Printing of every des/  cription neatly done  at The B/;C Times  I Office  The protests that the Kootenay  and Boundary have been making  against the export of coke are not  supposed to include that shipped  to Northport, whose smelting  plant is essentially a Canadian  industry although building up an  American town.  A question vital to the interest  of mineral claim holders within  the Canadian Pacific land grant  appears to be looming up on the  horizon. It appears that the  Canadian Pacific if not selling,  claims the right to sell the  timber on these claims without  regard to the interests of those  holding the claims. Although  tbe Government does not convey  to the owner of a mineral claim  the right to the timber it does  give him permission to use such  timber on the claim as may be  needed for mining purposes, and  Because he remonstrated with  them for playing poker the companions of a Pennsylvania miner,  filled his eyes, nose and mouth  with turpentine. Crazed with  their playful treatment the victim took to the woods-and the  perpretators of the inhuman act  went into hiding.  House, sig-n and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor  ating-promptly done.  lalipapeiitig; ';.���.���'  Send in your spring orders.  Box 255, Green wood.  Shop Government street.  T   C��  Copper Street  IK'S lei p  -JS_is-3E3_i-jnjH-H_s;---a-_^  ���tf ' S  * I* I*  Tnat flyer in stocks which Rev.  Jno. H.Morris, of Pittsburg, took  cost his ��� congregation $300,000.  He traversed the road from  min  is under the management of Greig and  Morrison. The rooms are comfortably  furnished, and. the bar contains tlie best  brands of wines, liquors and cigars in  the citv.  Tea ;//���; ;.;;:���.  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  1  5CKS��  Copper St.  -i-__.4_juii--.uti'm.i--'jrHi^Ti-'-���  scan  ing and milling to coal and clay*  Mi-,. C:��H-eh-lIay.lett's discourse, if-t has   ^"tbe-to   given   him   the from that to lire-brick and thence  m  <nOimSEBmE3ii��6S22Sl^  ,��;'  WOnCTORS in turn FAILED BUT ZAM-BUK CURED.  ��� vJS_  . ���      . " i iri    i    ������ ii      -  r- -���������r-T  n        ���     II iTl-ITTHTIfTff  S!2BS3SgS52SS2S��8SE  '���; tf.'���-'/  1 w  I -;-i'  -,��� I i  .? f-1  r-.<  !���'  caron::: -!;  Mfi'iiitratc F. Easmussen, writing* from his residence, 211 Marquette St., Montreal, says:  ���' I ta":a genuine pleasure in informing you of the f-;reat good I have derived from Zam-Buk.  For min? years I was troub ed with a serious eruption ei the ski'.;, which was both unsightly  and t;r.nful.   Not one, but several doctors in turn were rontu'tcd, buf I wps un.-bletoget any  ���it r'-lief. Sosho lime back I noticed a ro-iort from ji JiMiueof tho Pi-mro vliobrid linen curedo' a  ;^.>o by Zi-iill;ik, .-iinl Ideierminwl to t;ivo tlii-slJitlm ;i trial.    Af'l'i.i  llion in-lily fair to>t, I  i'-'i-ibtuil with it.   Wliilo cv-RrylliiiiK eUc I  tried���svlvi.-s, ctnln-iiratit Ms.  v,;ishr-.  soaps and  ������'���   -. ion - fn.il- il.ili-oliitoly tor<-li��vcniyiKiMi. tlirc^r-ixcsof Sfeim-I'iii- ji-iv-wo-l-pil 11 ei uii picti; cure.  :'as bilmi-li'iiild bucvi-n inure widely known th^n it is. ami in 'ln-lio; r. I!. :it my iN]nrience will  .ers lo try tliis, herbal healer. I have no objecti-m t > vou iv.!b'ishi��<? t":- 'u'fer.    Vouis truly,  (.-NL-in.-"'! F. IiA.-'MI.'^SK'C. Jitstite or" tin- Peace.  '���riMier i'!.^��mi. rr. ;i ,:. s-inb'irn ti-itnhe*. children'she*t sores or IkiImcs''.-h ic nij sorc��*. cut i li-v n . lirn^fa.  ini-'-rt bites and  .t:."-. unit .--ii-' i'" injiiries a.nd diseasca yield to Z��m-Buk.    All stores and medicine veiido.-s S'!l ���������:   r'l-.-.-i !:nv. ur ]�� s'irte from  y.i:,7-V.-;k Co., Term!'-., ,.,.,, ��� in , ,  0 boxis f..r i-'.fA   iC.K Fid-  lur iirice.  1 11:11  '���if     in :ny ������n'ninn :'ii  !'Jj      ltado'.Ucr.s..i-.V .c  ��TEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with  electric  lights.  First-class Bar.    Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Fffllr  Lono Drives  DRAYTNC? �� We Ca<Move Anything  F. C.  BU-CKL  ===== PROP RIET0R =====  ow is the time to  Advertise tor the  Fall Trade-You get  Sure Returns by Ad  vertising in The B.C.  Times. K  "S  CREEK TIMES,  Dr. Liebig, the famous German Chemist, says that  beer is "liquid bread." By this he means that beer  is a food���full of life-giving, health-sustaining qualities.  The value of beer as a food is becoming well  known, and it is now used by many who have  hitherto looked upon it as a beverage only.  MINING MATTERS  Output of Boundary Ores  is the most nourishing of all beers���because it contains every  particle of the healthful, wholesome nutriment of the malt and  all the tonic properties of the hops from which it is made.  The Pabst Eight-Day Malting Process follows nature by  slowly transforming the substance of the barley into pure,  nutritious food. The- quality of the materials used and the Pabst  method of brewing nlake Pabst Blue Ribbon not only a pure  beer, but a healthful, tissue-building, muscle-building, life-giving,  liquid bread." Drink Pabst Blue Ribbon, and you put  health and strength into your system.  When ordering beer, ask for Pabst Blue Ribbon.  Made   by   P / st   at   Milwaukee  And b  ly at the Brewery.  The low grade mines of the  Boundary,which first beg-aft shipment in 1900, sending out 100,000  tons that- year, have been  steadily increasing. The 1906  shipments were 1,161,537 tons,  and that of 1907 will be a  larger  Mines         Total to Tons  low grade    end 1906 in 1907  Snowshoe 102,466 85,000  Dom Cop Co......   400,000 125,000  B C Cop Co ...1,090,000 175,000  Granby Cop Co3,000,000 415,000  HIGH GRADE  Duncan    Prince Henry....  Preston   Mavis   Don Pedro   Crescent    Rambler   Bay   Strathmore   EPU'   Elkhorn    Skylark   Providence   Jewel ->j  Riverside   Sally..... ........  30  75  20  244  730  60  90  SO  The district smelter trealment  for the month of July was over  150,000 tons.  The district smelter treatment  for 1907, to date, is about 800,000  tons.  IS  15  20  10  95  90  76 .  75  160  652  1,675  1,176  3,94S  2,670  310  60  TOLD IN FIGURES  The Dominion Customs receipts  for August exceeded those of (be  corresponding- month last year bv  SI,027,451.00.  The Klondike output of .gold  for the year is placed at S3.000,000.  Shortage of water is largely re-  ponsible.  Over a million dollars will be  expended by the Canadian Pacific  in making changes on 8 miles of  its line near Field.  * <-"*������*���**���J*+* >^*J**J^*J*  ->*-:-������:*������:*���>  ii  m  m  km  1  XX  XX  XX  XX  lllfe*.  v-r-!.-i   ���*;**��- ���  v*-"-'*"-'-^  0-.~  '&$  ('.���**>I  UUi  V-'-/ .���T>'* "/���<���*��/  m  liS  Two hundred persons are dying ;j;��  daily in  the   provinces ol" Ngarill wei and Kiukiatig where cholera  r ji-yirjrt*.arj*-iB��-i-^i".,��������e��*���� ahwwhw>��  I i -v*. <vi va  P  V  r:  In,  i  Three thousand men for the  harvest fields reached Winnipeg  in one day recently.  UNCLE TOM'S CABIN,  ���"!-"--~---v��<t, R P :������ flreetiwood Liquor  Pn .    fnnror   C3f-rr,r.f.      "^v. ���->-"     t��  tb\yfs)''  (^-���(iM^^  Prkes of Metals  The prices of metals continue  very satisfactory, and with slight  fluctuations, hover around the  following:  Copper  \G]/2 cents  Silver     f,7     "  Lead      5     "  MINING STOCKS  The   following pricps   are current for Boundary stocks:  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 SYSTEMS  We have the necessary machinery for doing, this class of work, andean furnish you  with billheads no matter what system you are using.  . '       Mining Co.'s Printing :  Prospectus,  _ Handsome Stock   ertificates,  Legal Documents,  Notices of Meetings,  Special -Receipt Forms,  Time eards,  Min R eports,  Shipping Reports, Etc.  Colored Poster Printing:  We are equipped to turn  out the best color poster  printing in Southern  British   olumbia.  Work done  in two or three  colors or  in combinations.  Asf-eil       TI irf  Granby Copper 120 105  B.C. Copper 8.00 6.50  Dominion Copper 5 50 4.75  Canadiau Consolidated...!!5 100  AT THE CHURCHES  Anglican���St. .Tilde's. Rev. John  Leech-Porter, B. D., pastor. Services  at 8 a. m., 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.;  Sunday school, 12 p. m. All seats  free  PrHSbytkrtan���Services will he con  ducted morning- and evening-, 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.   .  Methodist���Rev. F. J. Rutherford.  -BfATTwiU'conciiict servi;es"a:s'iusiial���at  Methodist Church morning and evenintr  &  NEATNESS AND PROMPTNESS  and the quality of stock used are the main factors that have built us up the largest job  printing business enjoyed by any printing house in the Boundary country.  CaThouc���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.;-Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bedakd, ."). M. I.,  pastbr.  with the possible exception of  the All Star Cast, put on in New  York City a few years ago by  William Brady, containing such  stars ns Blanch Walsh, Wilton  Lnckie, and others of equal reputation, the Dovnie Company-  whidh put on this famous aud  historic Drama in Greenwood on  Sept., 16th is said to be the largest and most complete Company  ever seen in it., and in addition to  tbe regular company, they carry  a troupe of genuine Southern  Negroes, and their dancing, singing and cake walking, make the  famous Levey scene one of the  most realistic ever produced.  Grand street   parade.    Admission, 25c and 50c.  ���UMMNU  ������% ��� ���  XX  tt  x%  i X  ��� ���  1  XX  U  RfSfill 8 Plf    10  ���Mi '.% -"J' ti!  �� ��/-;��-�� >AAii s-- i-i v>' Hot  9  Flew Westminister, B. C.  .'���<&  ft  x"f.  .���. x  u  U  ....  s  tt  I  ?!  tt  tt  tt  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land Division,  of Yale  District  TAKV. NOTICV. that" tlio." Vale Cnltinibin  T<iiml)i-r Co.. Ltd., 1 f-Nclsoii. intnnd to iip-  oly foi-s|)i-oi.il tiiiilicr.-licuHFOf* over llic ftillow-  in^i-cln��crii*e(l laiuls:��� ;.  TMo. 111. Coiiimpiicinir at a post planted on tlie  sotiili ���Jidfiof C011UI1* Croul*. about three miles  west from tlifi west Fnrk of rrnin Kettle river  11 nd at the .1 net inn of tile North and West Forks  of Conl-le Creek nnil inarlfccl "Y.C.^.Cn's S W.  Corner I'o��t"ainl riiiininir norlli 11.0 chlins;  Ihenee east .IPrlnins-.tlieiice. sontli IfiO chnius;  thence west-II) chains to point of comnience-  nient, ami coutainiiiir 640 acres more or less.  Dated July 2(.lh.l')07        /._,'  No. 172. Comnienciii'r at a |>ost planted aliout  two chain!- north of theS.W. corner post of location No. Laud runuinir south 40 chains, thence  west Hifichains. thence north 40 chains, thence  east 160 chains to point of commencement, and  containiiiL' (HOacri's more or less.  Dated July 2dih, 1107.  No. 17.1. Coniiiieiiciiiir'at a post planted on the  west side of Dom Crock about one and a half  miles from Main Kettle River and marked "V.  CI,. Co "s S.K. corner nosl." and rtinniit-r Are.st  4(1 chains, thence north 1l>n chains, thence east  40 chains, thence sontli 100 chains to point of  commeiicemeii, and conlniiiiii)- MO acres more  or less.  Dated All-rust 1st, 1907, :  No. 174. Commeiicimr at a post planted at the  northwest corner of No. .notation and marked  "V.C.Tv.Co 's S.K. corner post" and rniiniiii.'  west SO chains, thence north 80 chains, llienc-  enst SO chains, tlicnce south SO chains to point  ofconimeucement, ami contaliiii*-; 640 acres  more or less. -  Dated Auifnst 2nd, lli'V?.  Thf. Yale ColCmhia T/UMIieb Co..T,-it;'  John l'"eciiey. A'rent.  ,,?-~  WC  -;*( -4>*.-"���"-v*.1- - ������' "*"* -  Government Street,  imes  Phoiie 29 Greenwood, B. C.  f^^P1^^  $25 REWARD  The Corporation of the City of  Greenwood will pay a reward of  $25.00 for information that will  lead to the conviction of any  person or persons tampering  with any of the intakes to  reservoirs of the city water-works  system.  G. B. TAYLOR, C. M. C.  scribe to The Times  ay par  It pays to Advertise in tlie B.C.  limes  Synopsis of Canadian Nortli-vvest  Homestead Regniations.  ANY even numbered sc<Miou ot Doniiiiim  Lands in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and  Alberta, exceotino; S and 26, not reserved, mav  be lioniesteaded by any person v.-ho Is 1 lie sol:'  head of a family, or any male over 18 yoars of  aire, to the exte.tn of one quarter section of 16.1  acren, more or less.  Entry must be made personally at tlie loc.-.  land oflice fur Uie district in which tlie land i  situate.  The homesteader is required   to  perform  tit,  conditions connected   therewith   under one o: J j  the following plans:  (1) At least';ix months'residence upon a>i  cultivation of the laud in each year for thn  years.  (2) If the father for motlvr, if i"r,e f.f.h.-r ���  deceased), of the iionuMe.-i.'lcr reside.- upon  farm in tlie vicinity of the kind entered 1 "r. < i;  rei-uiietneiitH as to residence :n:\y ''����� ^.-ni:..:!-  by Fuch person resiilins.' with the f::ll;er .  mother.  <>000<>-0<KK>0<>CK><>000<><>00<><>0<><>  O ���  '^ o  R A I L W A Y!  | Clieap Rates from all points  "in Ontario & Maritime  .Pro vines  -     ON SALE DAILY  Sept. 1st to October 31st  Unexcelled  Service, Fast Time,  2 ��� Through   Sleepers   aud  Touiist  '$   Cars.       Two   Transcontinental  Trains daily in each direction.  Toronto,   Guelph.   Gait. Owen  Sound. London,Windsor. Detroit  To Greenwood  $39.45  Montreal, 5-16 10,   Ottawa,-344 85 ���  Halifax, S56.40.    Kates   to   other  Ontario points and iMaritirne Pro  vinces quoted  on   application  to  Local Agent, or  ���J. MOE, K. J.COYLIC.  C  A.G.f>.A.Vancouver D.T.A. Nelson      O  12.    R.   REDPATH,    AOHNT     0  GREENWOOD, S  <>0<)<)00<��X>t^^^)000<H>0<)<><>0<HK>  THE  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. 15, 1906)  Is a ilox.on books in one, covering ihu  History, Geography, Geology, Chein-  L!Ati'ijJ^llnexal��gy^MxitaUjirg=y,^Tijrjiii!j  I  OUS. GUARANTEE:  NO PAY UNUISS CUSSD  W&ea Yoh H-����d a Spe- |  cialist, Cciiscdt One ci m  (3     If the settler has liii. -lernrincn; n"-iil*.-n-- v  uiion fariniiit' land nwnnl  t'V  l'in: i:i tl'e ���;'������. 'n ; J".  ityof-Miis  lioniesteai!, tlie   re��iuirf:r.i-nl.<  a  residence  may   be  Hatiified  liv resilience ia|-ini j t��3!  tbe said land. j *�����  Six niontlis'nolice in writinjr slmu'il !>������ irivi-i j ','.-j  to the"CottimisKioiier nf   Doniinini'.   Land.-   .-��� j "j  Ottawa of intention to apjily lor-Kiiciit. ] U\  W. 1V.COKV. ! f/J  ���li  Dejinty of the MiiiiMe.r of the Inter!.'' ! Fa  N.H.���Unautl.eriJcd   -..I'.lilicatioti   of   il:ii    rn!     ,.-  ertiscment will not be jiaiil for. 32-J" rjj  I  'Ch  1 ������ ���    -     |ii  i .        m  !.S        The  Boundary's   Pay-roll in    eg ; fei  fl    industrial concerns alone, trd.ty    j|5 | p|  totals A Quarter of a   Million  Dollars monthly.  !�����        This a district nf KM on p.jople  |^i    at   most,   ni-an-;   =.-i*:)  per   year  j ^    for every man, woman am! child  j��    in the district.   '  <*���  g'        And   the pay-roll is growing.  at  ?������ i '>'���>.  m  ���v ; Ct  m  W�� ara ju>t &&ar com&ptetiac mw twentieth y-feir cut *pcclaIUU ta wma'm AimcAJtvA.  Uurio^ u>e*< years of docc a��plic**ition to  �� ftiogl* cius ot &3on��nt4 we nave ��ri^tn.  att��.i ��^i* parfeote* Um oojy aott>tifk v.nA  ta-rl-oq m^tk^a by wkida *Km�� dtM^tt^A uro  euro.'.. If w* accept your oh (at troit-  nuut, a ck�� '���* bat a atattar mi a wa��a��jble  We truru-sjitM ovary man a lifelong  eat-i- for VipUocole, Uydrocclo, Circtli-  riU 0bstru��1ion��, Blood and Skin Di*-  c:i>:oJ. froitaO* Trotibies, PUos, Vistula, Lot* of VIU1 J��owor, Kldeoy,  UUdior tnd Sp^etxJ DUeaJe*. We  especially offer our wrvicas to thoco  who are afftietod TflXla woafcne��3 as a  result of Utelr awn folliaj or sxesasss.  Our n-athodj ar�� up-to-date,  and  are endorsed by tba hlcbext medical  ftuthoHtloa of Kurops and America,  lienco our me����ss la tb�� treatment of  Mon'i Diseases. Bem&mbxr, our cpe-  clalty Is It-nitsd U Uu dlctato-i or UE)i  and K��il oaly.  We cover U-�� onUra Seld of nan-oua,  chr-onlc, dt��>-i��awd &A& ��.e-3*jljf-.5.t*d  dlieases.  COKSDLTATlOJf  FREE.  If y��u exenot csU, writ* tor Sr-t-p**1--! Eluk.  liaay qmi caa be cur<wl at banerA. Ail ciyr-  riia-xjajW-wia cpisJidmt-ai.  loyy. Uses, Statistics and Finances of  Copper. It is a practical book, ti.s--.'iii  ���o all and necessary to most men r-n-  .������"fieri in any branch of the Copper  ttnluetry.  Its fact.-; will pass muster with thi  'rained scientist:", and its lant^iiui^i- i<  easily tirulcrstpofl by the everyday man.  It r/ives the plain facts in plain Ent--  ;isii without fear or favor.  Its lists and describes 4626 Copper  Mines and Companies in all parts of  ihe world, descriptions runniiijr from  iv.-o lines to sixteen pa-res, according  to importance of the property.  "The Copper Handbook is couceded to  Ilk  SIDiD REFERENCE  Tlie Mining- Mati needs the book for  the facts it j-ives' hint a!i.>"' iniii��'i,  iJiininjX and the metal.  The Investor needs tlie bo-.n fur the  J.ictM it t;ives him ������about mining, min-  mj; investments and copper statistic*.  Hmuirod of swindlinif companies are  expi.s-.-d in tilain 10ni.'li>h.  Pric isS.i in Bnckratn with jrilt top;  57.-jo ni full library morocco. Will be  j sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  J a{ldre.s> ordered, and may be returned  j wit bin a week of receipt if not found  j fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  453 Postoffice Block. Houghton,  Michigan.  fJ  8  %  B  ��5  ^assisafssassss&i^^^x^^BS^s^^ j p  SCOTT  MEDICAL COMPANY  IftS tforimm St, Cor. Tint Are,  SEATTLX. WASH.  ! You can double  I your Business by  | advertising in The  Boundary Creek  Times    :    :    :    : THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES,  0=:=  I wo riece  Summer Suits  in Flannels and Homespuns  3.50  Fancy Summer  ests  V��  a very neat assortment  (P ft  PAGE ��F PERSONALS  Dr. Mathison,   dentist,  Naden-Flood  block.  Dr. Simmons, dentist,.Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open 'evening's.  Col. Lowry has returned from a  business trip to the coast.  Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Lament  are again home, after a visit to  Victoria.  A n old-timer was seen on the  streets the first of the week in  the person of Bob Denzler.  Mrs. Frederick Keffer left today  for a visit with friends in Columbus, Ohio.  tendent of the Mineral Department of the Spokane Interstate  Fair, was in Greenwood this week  trying to awaken interest in the  matter of a district display of ores  for the Fair.  Mr. A. M. Whiteside made a  harried visit to Spokane the first  of the week.  Have you tried Herbag-eum for  your poultry? Sold by the Rus-  sell-Law-Caulfield Co.,   Ltd.  Considerable typhoid is reported prevalent at Boundary Falls.  Where lies the trouble ? Somebody ought to be able to locate it  We are sole agent for Morrel's  "Iowa's Pride" meats The Rus-  sell-Law-Caulfield Co., Ltd.  Jas. S. Reed of the Connecticut  Insurance Co'y is a Greenwood  visitor to-day.  J. A. Kovoicevich made too  many boasts at Anaconda yesterday as to what he would do with  his little gun, and found himself  face to face with the peace  authorities. He will have an  opportunity today to explain him-  himself.  TO RENT���Neatly furnished  Bed-room in private family. Apply any time at Telegraph Office;  NO EXHIBIT  Mrs. E. A. E. Shaw-left Thursday over the Canadian Pacific for  a visit with her relatives iu Manitoba.  SUMMER UNDERWEAR  in cotton and light wool  25,   $1.50,.  $2.00,   and   $3.00  rz\  I  COMPANY-,   LTD,  HARDWARE  CLOTHING  GROCERIES  The local Conservatives had a  meeting Monday evening last.  They have failed to report what  they did and what they plan to  do.  Always Ask for  CiquorCo*  GEEENWOOD    -  Rev. Father Bedard is again in  charge of his parish duties,'having returned the latter part of  last week from his visit to the  coast.  Ernest Mills, one of our old-  time citizens, aud high in the  councils of the Western Federation has been renewing his district friendships this week.  Consider the fact that in placing your grocery order with us  you get the best selection from  the largest assortment and freshest stock in the city. The Rus-  sell-Law-Caulfield Co., Ltd.  First-class General Servant  Wanted. References required,  good wages paid. Apply to Mrs.  Proctor, Bank of Montreal house  J. P. McLeod has gone to Seattle to consult an occulist about  his eyes, which have been giving  him considerable trouble of late.  A general horse-shoeing and  blacksmith's shop has been opened up on Copper Street,next door  ���to the Norden Hotel by Thomas  Park.  We receive weekly shipments  of fresh Alberta butter put up  specially for family trade iu 14  lb. boxes. The Russell-Law-  Caulfiield Co.  Mrs. Joan Smith, of Beaverdell,  who returned to Greenwood, the  preceding Thursday from placing  her daughter in the Sisters'school  at Colville, left last Saturday  morning for home.  A large number of letters arrived at the local post ofiice on  Monday from ��� the New York  Trust Company. They gladdened  the hearts of the Greenwoodites  for they contained B.C. Copper  Co. dividend checks.  <M"KK>00000-0<><K>00<X>00000 00-00 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  Wz^mml ArtSquares  Boreas  I? hoc c  James Marsh all, of Phoenix,  had the misfortune Sunday last  to overturn his rig at the crossing  .of Twin Creek at the foot of the  hill. Outside of injury to the  wagon little damage ensued. Mrs.  Marshall and sister were in the  carriage but escaped unhurt,  ���".��."  Cocoa Mats  Sofa Cushions,  JUST ARRIVED, NEW AND FRESH  Ida Creech-Hazlett who was  billed to speak in Union Hall  last Friday evening decided that  an outdoor talk on the beauties  of Socialism would do great good  and so held forth from a chair  on Copper St. A collection was  taken.  Mr. T. A. Garland, who has  been enjoying a very pleasant  and much-needed, rest with his  sons at Kaslo is back looking  much improved in health.  The Board of Trade on Thursday last decided not to attempt  an e>:'.tibit at the Spokane Fair  tiii:" ve'ir. So little time remains  now in wlrch to assemble a representative collection that it was  thought best not to undertake it.  MADE MEVS  FASHIONS UNIFORM.  Each 50e purchase entitles you to one chance  on the beautiful Pair of Vases  --in our window.  Get coupons at time of Purchase  ty*\~r^-j'  One Other Achievement of an International   Tailoring System.  You can get thechoicest assortment of Wall Paper at Coles'  Bookstore. Prices range from  15c to $1.00. A large: variety ��� to  choose from.  In days gone by the man who went  from Canada to New York found that  his clothes were "passe"���were not tn  g-ood style on Fifth Avenue. The man  who traveled from the west to Montreal also felt distinctly "uutre" in matters of dress.  The establishment of Semi-ready  Wardrobes in all the chief towns and  cities of Canada has made mensfashions  uniform throughout Canada; The frequent visits of the Semi ready chief  design *r to New York has also conquered the first-mentioned disadvantage for the.traveller. When about to  travel one can visit the Semi-ready  Wardrobe and have a suit delivered  finished in two hours. It is in correct  style wherever he may go.  P. W. George & Co., willbe pleased to  show you how what "Semi-ready" tailoring-profits the wearer.  When placing your  next order for  ��� 99  ��� ��������  don't forget that  vve carry the largest and most complete stock in the city.  "    GIVE   US  A   TRIAL  Our goods are always fresh, and we guarantee  satisfaction.  Hunter-Kendrick Co,, Ltd.  "The Big Store"  j$ 4�� 4' ���$��� ����* ���&*g. 4,4.4,4.4,4,4,4,4,4,}?.  Messrs. Birnie,Fair and Stevens  returned Sunday evening- from  their week's outing at Bull Lake.  They report trout plentiful but  other game scarce.  Rev. Forbes J. Rutherford and  Mrs. Rutherford have returned  from their vacation. The former order of services has now  been resumed at the Methodist  and Presbyterian churches. .  McPHEE   COMING  AndrewMcahee's Bigr-Eastern. Show.  Chief Engineer Kennedy of the  V.V. &E. passed through town  Monday en route to Phoenix. He  either knows nothing about the  mooted projection of the Greenwood line, or is officially discreet  Mr.   Geo. P. I;arsen,   Superin-  Downie's Uncle Tom's Cabin  Company, under canvas, will give  one night performance only in  Greenwood on Monday Sept., 16th  This is said to be one of the  largest and most complete production of this time-honored and  historic drama ever presented by  any traveling organization, v  Company numbers 50 people,  carry two bands, female drum  corps, a genine troupe of Siberian Blood Hounds, Ponies, Donkeys, and so forth.  A Grand Street Parade is given  claTly\    ~     ~      ~ __-���--=  Admission 25 cents and 50 cents.'  TE & CO'Yj  OOO 0<KWOOOOOC>0O<>OO'>OO<>O<><K OOOOOCOOiHXWOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  inter  Wc have just received a shipment of fine  English Goods for Fall and Winter Suits  and  Overcoats        : : j ;  Best oi Workmanship and ho advance on  former Prices : : : s  Ronald McRae, a prosperous  farmer at Cedar Hill, near Victoria,  B.C., is visiting his brother, Scot  McRae, of Deadwood. Mr. McRae was a visitor to the Boundary  years before Greenwood was  thought of and he naturally marvels at the wonderful development in the Copper belt. He ii  enjoying his trip immensely as  he is interested in endeavoring to  locate the old landmarks which  have given place to big mines,  big smelters and busy towns.  WAiT-COlMKKWii  j-ur  OKiF JJ-'ljV.*rvi.  NDREW  BIG  j"2? .    Ill''"'  'Lmfi    '     K.  PAVILION  merchant Cailor  COPPER ST. ��� GREENWOOD. B.C  Account of the Victoria Exhibition, Victoria, B.C., Sept. 24th  to 28th, the C.P.R. will make the  following reduced round trip rate  from Greenwood, $21.85. Tickets  on sale 20th to 24th and good to  return Oct. 3rd. For the Provincial Exhibition, "New "Westminster, October 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, round  trip rate from Greenweod, $19.35.  Tickets on sale Sept. 27th to Oct.  2nd, good to return Oct. 10th.  These are nice cheap rates to the  coast, round trip ticket at less  than single fare. Call on local  agent for particulars. 2t  HORSES  A MAGNTi^ICF.NT PRODUCTION  UI.IIBK CANVAS.'  4-  4-  4��  *  5 Roomed Flat and Bathroom  6 Roomed House  8 Roomed Heu.se  3 Roomed Cottage  Cabins and Rooms in all parts of the city.  f-Bealeyinvestment & Trust Co., Ltd  J Opposite Post Office.  *-����� 4-:,+.��$��� -|"f *f"f-f *f* ���$���.���$��� -f>f+���$��� *fr **��� -fr -fr ��f *f ��fr �����*  00��0<^000a*0��0000000��000000e00--.0��oo03"<-<���<,$$$<, ^eoaaaaoo  ty 9  DEALERS IN  Y resD ma Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry*  ��  0  0  0  0  a  ty  ty  ty  a  0  0  0  0  0  0  0-  ��  0-'  0  ty  -ty-  ty  ty  ty  ty  0  0  ���0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  a000000O0a0-3ae0000000000000tt0e00A>^W0a0000000000e0000  A PACK OF SIBERIAN BLOODHOUNDSrTWO *��gg-  A GRAND STREET PARADE EVMYDAYA-TMOO.,.  JUBILEE SINGERS AND   iPANCEBS  FROV.   THE SIAN<   oWM-  ^n^1-1^A.9v��j1i .    LOO    CABIN !  NOTJCE  NOW OPEN  Next door to the Norden Hotel, Copper  Street. All Orders promptly attendedto  Thomas Park, Proprietor  ONF viGflT PE^HAMCT^^ KIQ WATERPROOF TENTS  WtTT'  AT  GREENWOOD,  MONDAY,   SEPTEMBER   /6,    1907  ADMISSION   25C   <&  50C.  Removal Notice.  The Star Bakery  W ' ������ ictrcved to  Copper Street,  next door to Holmes & Kennedy.  A Full Line of Groceries Always In  Stock.  F. JAYNES,   ��  Proprietor  1  1  Wanted at Once  At FERNIE, B.C., for the Crow's Nest  Southern Railway Extension.  HIGHEST WAGES PAID  Teamsters, Scraper Holders and Station Men-  Free Transportation will lie furnished by  applvin-r to  A. GUTHRIE &  CO.,  FERNIE, B.C.  C. S. BAKER  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  AND  Ore Shippers Agent.  Samples receive prompt attention.  P. O: Box 123  GREENWOOD  i in 12 it


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