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 ���f*��p,'-'Bqff*��--i��-��-^^  ? A  VOL. 12  *>CK-K-K><><"K-KKKK*M><-H>^^ OOOO OOO-QOO O-OOOO OO  WE ARE NOT  GREENWOOD, B. C .,?nWtor. NOV^MJ^R 2>,  190   ���***���-*-"��� t'LC- -    '���  *_  /.  No. 11  Excellent  Musical  Program,  Dr. Spankie Lectures on  Tuberculosis  And<we don't claim to Sell quite  AT   COSTS ... .'  ��� 'But ive aim always to give ���  The Best Value for the. Least cMoney  "Barg,  ft  ains in  urniture,  Carpets,  Linoleums,  Bedding,  Agents for the celebrated Ostermoor Mattress.  HOUSE FURNISHERS  . Phone 27 .  <-KK>O0<><X><>0OO0OO0<)OO<>0OO0OO00<>OOCKKK^^  *-"*\r��?  We strongly recommend you to see   ,  our stock this year.  VARIETY  o  T  We are showing something very neat  in  the  Fox  and  Sable  Stole effects, with  Mulls to  match.  Give us a call.    W.e can suit you.  Dry Goods.  Millinery  Have repairs to your Watches  Cloclcs, Jewelery, etc.    :    :    :  Attended to at Once  As the holiday season will  soon be here and we will then  be unable to give your repairs  such prompt attention   :    :    :  WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS  Copper Street Greenwood  I have decided to close out all  the goods in the Red Front Store  and reduce the New Stock of  Stoves in the O.I.C. Store all at  cost prices. I will continue to  handle second-hand goods and  -will take them in exchange for  new goods. A. L. White, The  O.I.C, New and Second Hand  Man.    Phone 16.  The concert in aid of the provincial Sanitarium on Monday  night not only furnished an exceptionally good entertainment  for a large and representative  audience, but also provided some  very valuable instruction on Tuberculosis, the conditions that lead  to it, and the means of prevention. Dr;::Fagan was unable to be  present and through the illness  of Mrs. 01ver,the first number on  the program was withdrawn, so  the entertainment began with  the Trio by the Misses Beldon.  A solo by Mrs. Murray followed,  and the third number was taken  by Mrs. Sutherland with an instrumental solo. The remainder  of the program consisted ��f Mrs.  Oppenheimer's solo, with violin  obligato by Miss E. Beldon,piano  solo by. Miss M. Wilson, vocal  solo by Mrs. Murray and viohu  solo by Miss Ethel Beldon,, all as  published. Every number on the  program met with ready encore.  On the platform were Geo. R.  Naden, M.P.P, (chairman),Mayor Bunting,Dr. Oppenheimer and  Dr. J. -E. Spankie. The collection taken   amounted  to SI 10 50,  one dollar being contributed after  ~v .    ' ~ *��� '���  the announcement of the amount  and under'the circumstances   the  i  ' i  committeein'charge are well satisfied. An opportunity to contribute more will be given the  citizens of. Greenwood at some  future time. The piano used in  the entertainment was loaned by  N. H.- Eamont.  ���The address of Dr. Spankie on  Tuberculosis gave a particularly  clear outline of the history of  Tubercular treatment, the- cause  of-the disease, and its treatment.  A few of the facts were as follows:  In 1882, Dr. Koch proved absolutely that the disease was not an  hereditary but an infectious disease, due to a germ known as the  Tubercle Bacillus. Infected' air  as well as infected milk from tuberculous   cows   are   means of its  spread; From���these - scources  children often develop the intestinal form of the disease.  In every 24 hours, one patient  throws off in various ways, it is  estimated from 7>y2 to 5, billioos  of these germs.  Both human and lower animals  are afflicted with the disease to the  extent of about 60 per cent. Perhaps 20 per cent are fatal cases  while 40 per cent recover.  The germ thrives in filth. Poor  ventilation and darkness favor  its development. Under ��those  conditions the germ may live for  l'/l years. It is found iu dwelling  houses, factories, schoolhouses,  and ia the dust of the streets.  It follows that "it is a preventative disease.  No medicine is known which is  worth an iota in its cure. Treatment is hygienic and dietetic.  Climate aud medicine are looked  upon as adjuncts.  Dr. Fagan has travelled a great  deal in examination of conditions  favorable   to   the. prevention of  ew  C-P.Ri  Freight.  Tarriff Promises  e  y  uit'i  Philip McDonald Tells of Trip  to Sturgeon Lake District.  Party will Return in April  rtiy  Philip   McDonald,     who    has  spent the summer prospecting  in  The new C.P.R.- Freight Tarriff which comes into effect on  Nov. 25th has been received at the local offices.    The rates show  a varying reduction.    In  the new schedule a   flat   rate   is substi-   the Sturgeon Lake district, about  tuted lor the Winter and Summer Rates which have prevailed heretofore.    As a greet deal of the business of local houses was done  under' the higher summer rate, between April 1st   and Novembe  30th, the reduction is really more substantial than it appears.  'Tkadkr's   Ratj'S���-Winnipeg  to  Greenwood.  CIs.  Winter.  Summer.  Nf.w Tarriff.  C:ass.  Old.  New  1.  S2.G6  S2.77  S2.57  1.  $2.27  $2.10  2.  2.34  2,43  '2.26  2.  1.91  1.76  3.  2.06  ���      2.11  1.97  ���   3.  . ,1.55  1.44  4.  1,86  1.%  1.77  4.  I.IS  1.10  5.  1.40  1.45  1.35  5.  1. S  .96  6.  1.3S  , 1.40  ' 1.25  1.30  (').  .90^  .S3  7.  1.23  1.16  7.'  ' .70      '  .61  S.  ���98  8.  .63  .59  9.  10.  (���  .75  .     .84  .78  1.0.  .54  .50  Coast Ratks���From New Westminster, Victoria and Vancouver'  Both, in Port Arthur'and in  Edmonton, there are small colonies of former Greenwood people.  Philip McDonald reports meeting a number of them.  In the Twin Towns.  "  John McBain, formerly with  James McCreath here, is with,  Chief Engineer McKenzie on the  Grand Trunk Pacific.  A, W. Robins, formerly in the  Palace Livery here-'-is the owner  of two stores, one in Port Arthur  and the other in Fort William.  Fred Mitchell, about five years  ago, a tailor here, has the Semi-  Ready business in Fort -William.  J. L. McRae, is a building contractor in the same city.  -" Chas. Wilson, is in newspaper  work, and occupies a responsible  position on one of the Fort William papers. *���  John McKinnon, of Eholt, has  a store in Fort-William.  In Edmonton.  James Dallas, of the Pacific  Hotel here, is manager of a large  hotel in Edmonton- He is also  interested in some coal mines  there.       W. W- Howe is in the coal and  wood business-  Douglas Cameron is in the Sales  Stables at Strathcona.  Al. Cameron is buying cattle-,  horses, and has his headquarters  at Edmonton,  II. A. Macdonald, formerly of  Macdonald & Greig, of Phoenix,  has a store in Edmonton  Robert Hamilton, wholesale  grocer of Nelson, and well known  here is in the Commission business at Edmonton  John Jackman, employs from  30 to 40 men in a brickyard at  Edmonton  's ty ty ty ty a�� �� �� a * �� a ty ty ty ty n a ty ts ty 5- tyty ty  * *  | Mining Progress.!  �� h  ����� ty ty ty -;; ty ty ty .-* iS ty �� * ty ty S ty ft �� S> �� ty ty ty ty ty  The Duncan has another car of  ore ready for shipment to Trail.  It will go down to the Smelter  there in a few days  The Smelters of the district  are gradually cleaning up their  ore and making preparations to  close. The B.C. Copper Co. are  blowing out one of their furnaces  this afternoon. The second will  be"in operation probably until  the beginning of the week.  The Strathmore and the Free-  mont ��� lmnes are working full  force.' H. V. Fuller is expected  to return to the city this week  and it is reported that the Bay  will start work. Work is being  continued steadily at the EPU,  the Jewel, the Duncan and the  Sally  SMELTER TREATMENT  The Smelter of the B.C. Copper  Co. treated this week, 6,776 tons:  of ore distributed as follows.  Mother Lode 3;357, Oro Denoro 4  Emma, 29, Lone Star, 178,    Cus  tom ores3,606  R. Robert, Manager of the  Jewel Mine left on Thursday afternoon on a business trip to Ottawa. At the Jewel, they are  drifting and raising on the 120  foot and the 330 foot levels. The  ore body is from two to four feet  in thickness. On tbe dump there  are from 1,600 to 2.000 tons of ore.  Twelve incnara-ati-work and "the  mine is turning out some of the  best ore in the country.  The new crusher for the Mother  Lode which was .shipped from  Sherbrooke,Que.,on October 26th,  arrived at(ithe local yards of the  C.P.R. this (Friday) morning.  Arrangements are being made to  it in position immediately. It is  ma.de by the Jencke's Machine Co,  and has a jaw 30x42 inches.  Charles Bergstrom,of the Granby mine, at Phoenix, and Marguerite Johnson, also of Phoenix,  were married on  Tuesday  after-1 other points in the world for treat-  noon last, Nov.19th,at the Manse;meat of this disease.*  The  value of   the Sanitorium  vision of the physicians in the  the disease. His conclusion is I carrying out of the details of the  that certain parts of B.C. are treatment. About 25 per cent of  equal,   if   noi   superior, to   any!tae   home   patients   are    cured,  while 75 per cent of  the Sanitar-  A meeting of the Providence  Mining Co. held on Friday afternoon, last ratified the issuance of  $50,000 in bonds decided at the  meeting oae month previous.  The action was taken in accordance with the new act. Present  at the meeting were, W. F. Madden, J.D. Spence, Charles Kiune}-  aad A. M. Whiteside.     It  is  ex-  I  I pected that steps   to   secure   the  I flotation of the bonds will be tak-  i        # ���  1 en right away  and   as   soon   as  this is done, further deve'opment  100 miles north from Iguace, a  'point on Ihe C.P.R. 140 miles  west of Fort William returned to  the city on Tuesday afternoon.  It will be remembered that this is  the district about the junction of  main line of the Grand Trunk  Pacific aud the Port Arthur  Branch from which Spencer Ban-  nerman and James Atwood,- of  Midway, returned some six weeks  ago. In the party headed by Mr.  McDonald, there were four  other men, John Frost, Patrick  Hickey,Michael Kane,and Thomas Russell, all of Greenwood.  Living on supplies, obtained only  from scattered Hudson Bay posts,  being at times for several days  without food, the men have au  interesting story to tell.  The country about this place  is wild but well mineralized. The  important strike of the prospec-  tors was made on Long Lake,  southwest from Lake Sevant and  about S to 10 miles north of the  main line of the G.T.P. Here  they traced a body of iron ore,  varying from 100 to 600 feet in  width- Starting from the shore of  the Lake, they traced   the  vein  for five miles.    It was practically  irn OTfw  1 A m h 1  il Uil/Uil  Wire us for Quotations  Our facilities for buying  Dominion, B.C., or ���  Granby  Stocks  on the curb in New York  or Boston are unequalled  Even our competitors  acknowledge that we  can buy these stocks  cheaper than the y.  Why ? Because o u r  Eastern connections are  of the very best.  The stock' business is  a sideline  with   us  consequently we can   affor d  .to handle your business  on a very small margin.  Give us your limit and  we will fill your order at  a lower figure if possible  We will wire you the  New York opening quotations daily, if desired.  McDERMID&  McHARDY,  )  NELSON,  B.C  HINDUS HAUL  RAILS  on tlie sur't'ace being"cbver'ed'only  by from 6 to 10 ��� inches of .moss.  The formation is what is known  locally as the Keewatin Schist.  The assays show the ore to be  hematite which is the quality productive of the best steel and averaging between 50 and 53 per  per cent..- The party located  about 20 claims covering over five  miles of the vein. Iu April when  the ice is firm and clear, they intend to return, taking their supplies in by dog-train. Mr. McDonald left the other members of  the party at Winnipeg and expected that they would have  reached here before him as he  came byway of Edmonton where  Mrs.-McDonald-had-beeu-visiting-  hcr sister.  '"Probably fifteen "turba.ne*3"b.e,-.Iis'  went down the line on Saturday  last to provide hands to lay rails  for the C.P.R. on the grade west  from Midway to the Kettle River.  All the material for the bridge is  there and it is a safe inference  that the C.P.R. is making every  preparation possible,so that when  the opportune time comes, the  work can be carried out without  delay.  HAVE A CARE!  On Tuesday ��� evening, Past  ���Grands, Bro. G. B. Taylor and  Bro. W. Elsou were presented.by.  Boundary Valley Lodge 1.0 O.F.  No. 38 with Past Grand's Collars  and Jewels for services rendered.  Both brothers have for many  years taken a very active part in  the work of the  Lodge and   ii is  due very much to their efforts  th'kl it is today in such a prosperous condition.  In making the presentation the  officers and members thanked I'r-is;  Taylor and El son for their valued i  services and   expressed  the  hope-!  that   thev  would   be. spared ��� for !  many years to wear   the   decora-1  tions bestowed.     Bro.   Taylor, in !  replying in his usual modest 'way j  expressed  his appreciation    iu   a j  natty  little   speech    while   Bro. j  Elson although   taken   much i>yj  surprise��� the whole  thing  bei.:< '  kept a secret from both of them---  responded in a   very   appropriate  manner.   Wh e_n_nti r-  chasing  your  Hleigh.  \  A 1 i t t 1 e jj  care will I  coin* i n ce i  you  \\V  Lk.V!)  LI\  SLKH'-HS  TOYS  i  Greenwood,by Rev, M.D. McKee.  They will reside in Phoenix.  work will be done on  the mine.  ium patients regain their health.  The land for the new  Sanitar-  is in the isolation of  the patient, j ium has   already   been   secured,  the direct  and   continual   super- Dr. Fagan has raised $100,000.  We have just received another  shipment of Creamery Butter in  bricks and in 14lb boxes specials-  packed for family trade. The  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  i On December ."^il. the Grand;l  Master is expected when the members of ihe Lodge ss well as the  Rcbekahs will meet him. A cordial invitation is extended to all  members of the Order whether  members    of    Boundary    Valley  Lodge or not, to meet him.  h-     ��i iim'-J  iii'  i r  M  O  n.  u  >-'     P. I  'J- \: V  \  At <'iir Store. Wc n..--  cr than >-vor     prk:i:i:  ini; f.-e tu-i.-s-t li(n- -*f  or' '..'fewi   i:i   r'v.:  ���-. ait  vt'i-r i r:i ��.'���.���-.  ijuv.'i!*!*- iirir-  "iH.i    ��":i-(-'.;i\  Atn-ii-. Gifvs ��-v  -vir.HiIr-.rv.    V-.  iilClUK fiiuiY- j ��  ium Bros.. -^  *n TI  j*---*-. -  Cr-  B  ffi  QT  c ��  Capita!, all paid up, $14,400,000.  Rest $11,000,000.  $���---  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. Presidcni:    Lord Stk/tik-ona a.nd Mount Royal. G. C. M. G.  New Kork, Chicago.  I'resilient :    Sm Geokgi" A. Dxl-simosd, K. C M. G.  Vice-I'rusiileiit and General Manager :    E. S. Cluuston,  Rr'll-ohoc; in   ( r-Tlflftn   Flld      -!   All 1-be Principal   i  DLiUi^uvJ  111  Ul>UUUll, LUf,.     ^cities    in    Canada.,     i,w"     "'"i  Buy  and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers -, Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credit?., available in anvpan'of tlie. world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager,  %MMMMWW  -i-ft  :*=9  .*-=��>  --=0  ,!��*.  , 4 li *\  Hi A i ^  ,��. ���**��������'   -Jw    -it*- *.*- 1  THE- CANi  OF COMMERCE     .  Paid-up Capital,$10,00,000.   Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  READ OFFICE, TORONTO.  13. E. WALKER, President. ALEX. I/AIRD, General Manag-er.  H. H. MORRIS, Supt. Pacific Coast Branches.  The prosperity of the country  has been too great for its ready  resources of capital,  and   consequently the price   of every kind  of commodity has risen.    Of necessity,  the   standard   of    wages  has followed the lead of " food,  g"�� j shelter, and clothing"���the three  necessaries   of life. ��� In the case]  of our smelters and mines, a certain average price   seems   to be  able to be obtained, with the ups  and downs of copper, for the metal.    The question that' faces   us  now is whether such a readjustment of the cost of supply commodities, of freight or transpor-  tion as to allotment of the shares, j  It is  impossible  at  the present  time, to say anything of the   cul-  pabmjfy-"^ the  promoters but if  7  fraud  nfci'dti  M-  ,sm..,-tt?f:  cot^raen't   will   take  of the offenders.  the     Ontario  nd we are  *������  ood    care  '<W\>  The following extract on Cobalt from the Globe of Saturday  last speaks for itself of conditions  there:    "  "Some mines are laying off  part of the forccs,principally surface men,   .-.on   account   of   the  YOU CAN KEEP DRY-  A*N"D  ���x  IN THE  HABDEST STORMv  BY WEAR!NO  WATERPROOF  OILED  CLOTHING  Clean LigM Durable  Guaranteed waterproof  Law in Price  WRITE  TODAY  rOHfKt  BOOKLET oeSCBlOINO MANY  KIND* Of WATCRPROO^  R OABMEMT5  ground being frozen, making sut-  tation charges,   and   of   " food, | ^ace work difficult. The low price  rf-y-w^-'v  00000<K>0000<K>0-000<>0000 (KKK)  PHOT'  FOR-  FRESH FISH  ��� SALT  {  FINNAN HADDIE  HERR1W  ������**-, a  it  .V  k. *xucuu->u-&.'i vviaui ist.u-uws t w: ���LJ%rzxxixxmir2i*ij**rjvi>*miriXMW*uao a u terns  shelter, and clothing " as will  make the production of this metal a commercial success is possible.  ANK MONEY  l88i;---0 AT THK FOUjOWiftS BATE8 J  zr$ aa<{ aa-!��  .....   3 twftts  Ovsx $5 ami n-j*. **t����diaj; $19    "5 cent"?  "    $'C*       u ����� $30  VS cen��  "   $3��       -* * SSO   13 conta  '"heee Orders aye Payable at Par at any -'ffice in Canada of a Chartered Bank  ".Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points ill the United States..  NE30TI-.BLE AT A  FIXB1) S��V AT  rim Canadian bank of commerce, London, kng.  They form an excellent method of remitting small suius of money  with safety and at small cost.  i        -        ���  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed ou deposits from $1 upwards at current rates. ,  Greenwood Branch   -   -    -   -   J. T.BEATTIE Manager  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:       ���'Hallett."  I Bedford M'Seill's  flg <Sc Neal's.  i Bedford  Codks < Moroing  I Leiber's  Grebnwood, 3. C  ^2|SpsS   BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  "-^v"^" No. 38.1. 0.0. F.  Meets  every   Tuesdav Eveni-ip at S 00 iu  the  I. *a. o. P. Hall.    A" cordial mri tn tion is e.T  tended lo all so'<*>urniiiF *>retharn.  A. E. URAITHWAITE, t\   SPEARING,  N. G V. G.  J. SANDERS. Rec. Sec.  man that the Premier paid his  only public visit to this province.  When he comes in the heig-ht  of his career. Sir Wilfrid will  receive in British Columbia such  a welcome as has never been  accorded any previous visitor, of  whatever degree.  A COMMUNITY,  ',be  Boundary., Creek Times  Issued ever** fridav  BY  THIC  Boundary Creek Printing and Publishing  CO., LlMITBD,  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pes Yeak ....        .....   2 00  Six Months  .....    _  i 25  To Foreign Countkies. \ 2 ��0  Editor'  A. 1). Maci-ari.ane  FRIDAY   NOVEMBER 22.1901  SIR WILFRID COMES WEST  FREIGHT RATES.  of silver and the inability to market the ore are partly responsible  for the lay-off.  The following is an illustration  of the reason why prices are necessarily higher in the Boundary  country for any business, than in  the East. A shipment of paper  invoiced $100.22 arrived at The  Times' office this week. The cost  of transportation for these goods  from Toronto to Greenwood was  $75.49. or over 75 per cent of the  original cost of the goods.  A merchant in this city bought  some small fruit recently in Spo-  ane. paying 30 cents for an 81b  basket. To lay it .down in Greenwood, it cost an additional 45  cents, making the total cost of  that fruit to the merchant here 75  cents.        ���;  Is it possible that such charges  on the part of the railways are  reaBonable? It looks as if there  were some work for the ��� Railway  Commission here.  The London Financial News  states that the United States in  1906 absorbed no less than $3,000,  000,000 of British capital for railway construction. A huge credit  was built up on the slenderest  foundations and the results are  apparent. The mistaken assumption that, conditions in Canada  were the same as those ia the  States has worked to the detriment of this country in the old  land. But where the difference  is recognized, British subscription  to Canadian enterprises is hearty  and generous. Recently subscription to a two-million dollar preferred issue:of Canadian General  Electric Stock was quite  surpris-  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in    Sash,   Doors,  Turned  Work  and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  ty 'vV-~WW'W'*wAn  Copper Street  ooooooo--  PHONE  65. 0  r-ooo-oo-o oooooooooo-o  The   announcement   that   Sir  Wilfrid Laurier will  visit   Brit-  iah Columbia next year, will be  received with unaffected pleasure i  by the people of  this,  province.  Sir Wilfrid is one of   those figures,  too rare   in   any   country,  whose personality   has   inspired  the devotion of the   people.    In  his own constituency he is truly  revered.    He has the happy endowment of a large heart and a  memory    which    never    forgets.  The friends of his childhood are  among the most welcome visitors  in the bye-hours, at his office in  Government Buildings at Ottawa.  Though a man of large   affairs,  of imperial mind,  and   of   acute  ifilellectuai powers,  he  still   retains the   intimate   touch    with  the conditions of   less fortunate  people which makes him personally a powerful man.  What he has doae for Canada  is known ihe world over. Among  Community���the .-general,.term  we use to indicate the living of  men together in any number has  a meaning which suggests an  idea too often forgotten by too  many people. It points to the  fact that a man does not live to  himself only. It emphasizes the  existence and necessity of civic  relations, conditions which require consideration from one man  for another.. It means for every  citizen an interest in the affairs  of the municipality���in the work  of the Council, in the duties of  the Police Commissioners, in the  acts of the School Board.  While in politics of any  kind  there is no room for  petty  per-  -Sonalities-amL-personaLmeanness,.  iu politics of every kind, even in  civic politics there is a  duty to  be done which  requires   patient  rational effort   to   eradicate  the  wrongs and to   solye   the   problems of the government   of   the  people.    A man   may   not   care  for the fight of the  parties   for  supremacy, he may possess that  often vaunted and seldom found  quality of independence, but surely this is no   excuse for the neglect ol his   responsibility   as a  citizen to do his part in the promotion of the common weal.    It  is a fact that there is always a  lack of men who play a   strong  part in these things.  ,   Let us get 2 move on.  Things  Both  Here and There  MINING ANT) FINANCIAL.  The cheques for the -seventh  dividend of the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co. of Canada,  Ltd., were issued last week. The  rate is the usual one of 10 per  cent, per annum or 2% per cent,  quarterly and on the capital stock  of $��,355,200 already issued  amounts to $133, S80. With the  six dividends preceding it, this  one makes the dividend payments  of the Consolidated  for   the last  eighteen mon��hs7$8?S;82"27~" "~  The Consolidated owns and operates the Centre-Star��� War  Eagle mines at Rossland, the St.  Eugene at Moyie, the Eureka  group near Sandon, the Snow-  Shoe, War-Eagle at Phoenix and  the Trail Smelter. For some  time past the Company has been  shipping about 2,700 tons of ore  weekly to the B.C. Copper Co's.  Smelter here.  U 4* 4p ��fr 4*-fr-fr-fr-&-*&- ^-^���>f4.4.4��4*4*4'4*-i-4*4��*-f,f|{  Tr  8  Electric   current   stipplied   for  The electrification of the Boundary division of the C.P.R. is reported as the means of meeting  the aggresive measures being taken by the Great Northern to acquire the ore haulage here. ,. It is-j  claimed that the C.P.R.is making-  arrangements to do this throug-h  the .West Kootenay Power and  Light Co.; that electrical, operation will reduce the ore haulages  rates at least forty per. cent.' It  is impossible to say what credence  can be placed in the report but  there is no doubt that the C.P.R.  is anxious to protect its custom  in the Boundary, and that the people of the * Boundary are anxious  to secure Great Northern service  as a means to��lower.rates. As a  suggestion of what may possibly  happen in the future, it is interesting at least.  \ .���*���-���  Is  unexcelled, -.is  is evideticed  by- its  its popularity in all the towns  o of the Boundary.     '  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either. .Draught;.or Bottled.  "'    Patronise home industry'by in-',  sisting on having-  I'ELKHOP" BOTTLED BEER  '������������    THL. 1SS,   ' .  *  ^        *>  St <-$��� -$- <$. 4* 4*4 *9* $---$- ��!�����$* -fr ,$*$- ���$���> ��$�� 4*4* 4* 4* 4* 4"fa 4* 4*&  4'  4-  4*-  4  *#���  ���-&  *#>  4>  4-  4<  4"  Power, Lighting-, Heating- and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with au absolute  guarantee of continuous rower  service for operating.  et Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  }S��Ssssr^ss33���ii!3^3zsi33sie3Siaaysna3Esszm��  "^  House, sig-n and all exterior and  aud interior painting and decor  ating- promptly done.       ������ , , ���  TOO MUCH PANIC.  Altogether too much is being  made of the panic idea. The  present suspension of activities  in so many lines has as little to  do with  "panic" as it has with  an hundred other factors in the  Colonial premiers he  stands un-1 economic situation.    The   indus-  equalled. without a peer. 'In the  late Imperial conference his word  was the final one on any subject of importance. ..-- In England,  he is the best known and most  highly respected of colonial  statesmen.  trial organization of the world  while it has evolved on simple  principles is characterized by a  closeness of relation between its  different parts that the disproportionate advance of any one  part will dislocate to   a   certain  It was as an interested public j extent other things.  The Highland Mary Case���  the information laid against Law  & Co., of Toronto, for wildcatting  is exciting considerable interest  in the Eastern city. The examination on Saturday last revealed  the fact that two pages from the  minute book of the Highland  Mary Co. were missing and that  certain cheques had been issued  without vouchers. The Company's, counsel refused   informa-  Silver has'fallen from 70 cents  on Jan. 7 to 59^ cents.   The Chi-  cago.Mining^V.orld-Jvett-tures^the.  prediction that the price will remain around 60  cents.    India,   is  a heavy purchaser  of  silver   and  this year India buying   shows   a  decrease of $16,87S,49S or 26   per  cent.    An increase in  the buying  of the   Straits   Settlement   more  than counterbalances  a  decrease  from China.    The curtailment of  production in the   copper   mines  will also mean a reduction in the  output of silver   for   the copper  producing   States   of   Montana,  Utah and Arizona together   contribute about one-half of the   annual output of the U.S.    On  the  whole prices  in   silver ought-to  remain pretty   steady   for   some  time with the smaller   output of  1907.  A boarding house, with about  25 men, was started at the Stem-  winder mine, Fairview Camp,  last week by W. S. Macy.  Send in your spring-orders..  ��� /**.'-'EGS   If5-''  iBos 255, Greenwood.  __Shpp__Goyernment street  1  ���rwniniKwa'r!  TTit-ji.'".'.! %.<tnjA-)> stMmi-wnni tf r  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  . Received Highest Award  'Dominion- Exhibition 1906  >woi  GI1KE-SII1  Blllll ��  NOW OPEN  Next door to the Norden Hotel, Copper  Street. All Orders promptly attended to  ���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  iveiy Stable  Thomas Park, Proprietor  C. S. BAKER  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  AND  0r�� Shippers Agent.  Samples receive prompt attention.  P. O. Box 123 GREENWOOD  MUSICAL.  Lonfl Mrs  ���r-  -J  r-*gg-^7S-~*?-*--s*re'3^^  rt^ "ifs"^  /Tvsr Ti'pg*--   tlie quickest  '*~~~&*S5-t**********a  f  COtfg  ���h  & cold  ,fr*-'  miiii'**'*" ,jJ-*-VJJ*'*"' .".'"-'-..������y?  Mgjulia.ii��' ......���i-..-iMf i����.mm��Mlli  Get a bottle to-day from vour druggist. If  it doesn't cure vou quicker than anything  you ever tried ne li give you your money back  aiug21 ��i^��Sg-i-E-g*jAi ���. .m  ���i^jl^-'. r-r-vu-.���^rr  Shiloh's is the best, safest, surest and quickest niedi-:inc for your chiiciren*3 coutrhs  and colds.     Ft lias been curing coughs  and   coius for "34 years.  25c, 50c, and Si.00 a bottle.  Ai!  drug-g-iaLs���  ?W&&gtt>'^Hl/i^K}&'&l^XR��e*<#Ki**  MR3. MURRAY, Graduate in Vocal  and Instrumental Music is prepared  to receive pupils ia Piano and Voice.  Latest       Conseivator-- Methods  Taught. Further particulars and  terms will be given on application  to Mrs. Murray at the Pacific Hotel,  o*i Mondays. Tuesdays and Wednesdays of each week.  Ladies' Calling Cards,Holland Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  DRAYING -We Can Move Anything  LESS  \mSO  PROPRIETOR  -X><KXKK>00<X>C^OC>00<XKKX><)0<X>-CKK>0000^  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 city.  ��        Copper St      -     -     -      Greenwood  g  <X>00<K>0<><*K>0<><-*<><><*K*'0<*^^ \M~  T  HB,  BOUNDARY   CHEEK   TIKES  ������{KXWOOOOOOCWOf-KXKKKXWOOC^JOO  STETSON'S  Original   Big  Dottble  The Barnum of them all  the' kitchen  economist  More Grand Novelties than ever  I :: '  ^������.���    ������  imp    . I   j   l ���������J     i.   ni. i ������ .        _ ,.       ._, ��� ���_    Two Brass Bands and  Orchestra.  Two Funny Marks.  Two Mischievous Topsies,  Gorgeous Scenery with Beautiful  Electrical Effects,  Grand Vision and Transformation  Scenes,  Genuine Southern Cake Walkers.  Buck and Wing Dancers.  Male and Female Quartette,  Chariots   drawn    by    Handsome  Shetland Ponies.  Col. Sawyer s Pack Siberian Blood  Hounds/  i  u  a  Prices  50c and  Tickets on Sale at Thomas*'- Drug- Store  bOO<>00-0<>0<K>0<>0-0-0<>0<>0<>pO<>0^  Mis i  ^��__I_- -\ ..��=^-_--t.--..-J_-* T3r _��� ���  Much of the left-over food you now  throw out can bo turned i;sto <Vli-  cioiis dishes by the addition c.i' ;_.  little Bovril.  It gives warmed-over .mivi's the  juiciness of tho original cooking.  It gives body iuid strength to .st.-up:.  and gravies.  It trives a delicious, piquant flavor  to cold meals and hashes.  Every-day yon will find Bovril a help  and an  economy   in   your kitchen.  Bovril contains the essence, ilavor  and .nutrient subst;*.nco of the very  best beef. It gives strength and  nourishment to the invalid, -).nd helpfulness and economy to the cook.  All good grocers sell BOVim,  n -. -.1  -��������   +   ������������������������*.������������T,  SAYS THIS IS BEST  A leading health journal in answering the question, " What is the best  prescription to clean and purify the  blood ? "��� prints in a recent issue the.  following :  , Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce;  Compound Salatone, one ounce ;  .Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, four  ounces.        . _. .  ���  Shake well and use in teaspoonful  doses after each meal and at bedtime.  A well-known physician states that  these are harmless vegetable ingredients, which can be obtained from  any good prescription pharmacy.  This mixture will clean the blood  of all impurities. In just a few days  the skin begins to clear of sores, boils  and- pimples. It puts vigor and  energy into run-down debilitated  men and women. For many years  Sarsaparilla alone has been considered  a good blood medicine. But while  it built up and made new blood, the  impurities remained within and the  good accomplished was only temporary. Sarsaparilla, however,, when  used in combination with Compound  Salatone ��� and Extract Dandelion,  works .wonders. This combination  puts the kidneys to work to filter  and sift out the waste matter, uric,  acid, and other impurities that cause  disease. It* makes new blood and  relieves rheumatism and lame back  and bladder troubles.  S��* ��������������-'  4hI^###  For Business Men:  Letterheads,  Envelopes,  Billheads,  ^""^Statementsr  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,  *  Professional Note Paper  Private Calling Cards,  Lodge Printing,  church Printing,  Score cards,  Fine Half Tone  Printing,  Note Paper.  LOOSE LEAF SYSTE  We have the necessary machinery for doing this class of/work, and can furnish you  ���with billheads no matter-what system you are usiug.  Mining Co.'s Printing :  Prospectus,  Handsome Stock Certificates,  Legal Documents,  Notices of Meetings,  Special Receipt Forms,  Time Cards, 4  Mining Reports,  Shipping Reports, Etc.  ��  Colored Poster Printing:  We are equipped to turn  out the Ijest color poster  ���printing iu Southern  British Columbia.  Work done  in two or three  colors or  in combinations.  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.  $m-  ssl*-  ���e  St*-  Government Street,  Phone 29  Greenwood, B. C.  ��-  ^f^fNi^^if^  ings.  The Phoenix Pioneer had a  birthday this week, On Monday  it was eight years old The  Times, its older brother by  three years wishes it well on the  occasion of its anniversary. Like  the old prospector of Deadwood  Camp who said he had never died  a hard winter yet, the Pioneer  congratulates itself on the fact  that it has never yet been frozen  out by cheap copper.  The Yale-Columbia Lumber  Company having just finished a  contract for the delivery of 50,000  ties, to-the G.T.P., has just entered on a contract of '100,000  more to the same company. This  is likely to keep the mill busy until next February.  W. C. E. Koch, of Nelson, has  also taken.a contract to furnish  the G.T.P. with railway ties.  This will keep his mill basy until spring.  AT THE CHURCHES  Angtjcan-at. Jude's. Rev. John  Leech-Porter, B. D., pastor. Services  at 8.30 a.m., 11 a.m. Sunday school,  12   p.m.     All seats free.  Presbyterian���Services will be con  ducted morning- and evening," 11- a.m!  and 7.30. p m. ,Rcv. M. D. McKee, Pas  tor.  ��� Mbthodist���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., vrill conduct set vises as usual a*  Methodist Church morning-and evening-  Sunday School- at 2 30.  Catholic-Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  masia at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p.��m.; Sunday school at  2:30 p ni. REV. J. A. Bedard, O. M. I.,  pastor.  Mr. W. H. Leason, of Wychwood,  Ont., says: " For 20 years I suffered  from Eczema. My body and legs  were covered with spots^which itched  and irritated terribly. My legs  dawn to the knee were like one  mass of sores. Those discharged and  wore very unpleasant apart from the pain,  [had tried all kinds of remedies (salves,  ointments and embrocations) and cauie to  the conclusion that nothing would euro  me. A sample of ZAM-BUK was given to  me one day, and I applied it to a small  patch of the eczema. This did me some  good and I obtained a full supply of tho  balm. The first box was a revelation to mo  as to ZAM-liUlC'S power. It took awav  tlie smarting and reduced tho irritation  mid itching, rt took several boxes of ZAM-  BUK to work a cure, and I am glad to say  that in a few weeks it cured me completely.  In my opinion, ZAM-BUK IS WORTH  ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD."  All Skin Diseases yield to Zam-Buk  Heals Cuts, Burns and. Bruises rapidly and  is "Nature's First Aid."     .���  ,���.,,  Also cures Piles. Ttlicu-  mutism and Sciatica.  Sprains, etc- disappear at  ZAJI-HUK'S touch if it  is "ice'' rubbed in." ��0c a  box at all druggists and  stores.  FREE   BOX  Mail coupon  with lc. stump  to ZAM-BUK  CO., Toronto.  11 7, 3  ���*���*���*.���������  ��!��-<~!-<��>-t*��!����*��<��->��>.>��;..:.<. <,��:^:��;^:��:..:-k-<k~>-i-*>>-m��:k��*~x~"-<*--****"-,*-*5'  >���*-*>��>���>**-���.*-.  in his easy chair, it is a (act that none  of the popular sunj^s of laic yi-ttrs .sttr-  vi\e ii "May fly's" uxistenou. They  catcli the passing fancy they are not  birthmarl-ed with ths joys and woes of  the human race. So, too, is il with the  old plays., and certain it ih t lint no story  ��� between boa res, or on the  boards, will ever take so kis.tin's'  a hold on the American public as Hai'i-  et Beecher Stowe.s unri valie:" -sketch of  incidents during- an epoch that will always mark American history,  W^^ws^s^^^mss^ss^s^s^m^^,  STETSON'S "UNCLE TOM'S  CABIN" TO BE HERE  The coming of Stetson's " Uncle  Tom's Cabin" on Saturday, Nov. 23rd  to the Auditorium reminds the writer  of the firm hold the old play, has on  public favour. It also recalls an incident. ���" ,.,..        '-.-"���;��� V ���''��� -'  It was in a hotel parlor. A brilliant  pianist had just rendered one of Wagr-  ner's most beautiful pieces and a mur  mur of wellbred applause had followed.  Then, very softly and tenderly, likers  sweetly tremulous old voice reciting  pathetic memories, the ivory keys sent  the plaintive melody of "My Old Kentucky Home" sighing through the room.  The idle chatter ceased. Every mind  was busy with bitter-sweet memories  and the air was filled with the scent of  vanished clover, the warm fragrance of  new-mown hay and the echo of babbling brooks. The simple tune knocked  at the door of every heart and the ghost  Pi dgM- days came trooping _fo_rth_in_  answer.  An almost forgotten poet, Robert  Hinckley Messenger, quaintly wished  for "old wood to burn, old books to  read and old friends to talk with." He  might have added���old songs to sing  and old tunes to be ��� played in the loug  twilight, while  he dozed and dreamed  ti  If  XX  if  n  I  &  it  11  Ii  :���::���:  V :,  X*  X.s.  I .*.  H  x.>  ���:.-*  U  u  1  I  ���:������?'  !  t%  A*  .  iii v*k  t"'  ^* I  Vr  L ��� ,,'!  i.  it  Ibn-uDLiiRibiA  SUCH tc  .VHJj  II  I LSs  **r*nx*rritn*inmS*TaLX%kzaiaMi  inister, B. C,  *<������:*-"���<-���������*>��>-t^i"tK-**f-,i*-:*'>**-A"^>*K'<K^*>'T>-*-^^  ;*<--*^:��*'><-*><>-K"*'*p*4~>K-':-<*-*K��:**'**>-"*^^^^  ?!  J?  I  7 r  Tf.  >���.-/  .....   c^^MSS1     ^  Synopsis of Canadian North-west  Homestead Regulations.  OEALKD TENDERS aildresced to tlie under  v-' sig-ned, and endorsed "Tender for Public  Huildui'T, Ladysmith, B.C.." will be received at  this office until "Wednesday, December 11.1907.  inclusively, for tlie construction of a Public  Biiildintr at Ladj-smitli. IS.C.  I'l.ins and specification can be seen ami forms  of tender obtained at this Department and on  application lo tho Postmaster at Ladvsniitli  I!.C.  Persons tenderine; are notified that tenders  will nut be considered uuless made on tlie printed form supplied, and signed with their actual  signatures.  Each tender must be accompanied by an ac  cepted cheque on a chartered bank, made pay-  able totlieorderof the Honourable the Minister  of Public Works, equal to ten per cent, (10 p.c..)  of the amount of the tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter  into a contract when called upon to do so, or  if he fail to complete the work contracted for.  If the tender be not accepted the cheque will be  returned.     , .    *,   '  The Department does not-bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  By Order.  K  1  OUR GUARANTEE:  NO PAY U&LSSS CET&BD  ciailst* C&sss-T-sIt ��*as ����  W�� ara jatt d&v caaplstias mar to-��a-  tiati ?mf an Bpcaa&aii ia owsn'x Htsaxta.  Dniioisr tima "rears of <&mt eppficatioa its  a tias>3 ekaa ai nti gwinU..���� hayo e-rijjiu.  ated acd pMfBctoS tJM aaij cdxntiSc and  certain awtlssdj ty Tt*uc*i t*Msa j'lwrnma tn  cured. If wo iMarpt fata taso tot tr-jt-  m-nvt, e eweo *> "to* ��trcsiiw of a moaesa&U  thn��.    '���  -Wo gratu>tu>tee c-rc-ry maa n lifoloag  oupc for ��ajioa��ols, HytlroaoS��, CretJi-  pal ObstE-ueiioiis, Blood tu-d Sldn Dls-  ossas, ?rcatai"a Tpoufelos, .Fttss, J?is-  tuta, Loco cf Vital Powot, Kldnoy,  Eladdti? aafl SpaalaJ Biatcat-sj. Wo  ospjcl-Jly ofi'01* our oas^oas to tliaeo  who w-o aSfli-itad rriih *-*-osU,cr-iwa se a  r��caU e* thai? own faHis-j or t>xc*aai>3.  Oar methods ars up-to-daio. sod  *ara~B3ido-*eoa' B*rtho hi-rnoss- nrodiesu-  aathorltle* of Kuraps imd Amsrlca,  Hanoo our suceoss lc tho trentmont of  Eon's Biseases. Eaawwalaj1. crur Epo- %  alalty la Umltod ts too eUssAigos of USX  and ��UOI oaljj.  Wa cover tlie *ntlr��l!��ld ef nsrfouB,  i?|  ehroals, dcas-caatcd bjsA. (wrapllcatoi  [a  CONSDL7ATIOH rS��EE.        M  If you cMttijt c��H, ��Tit�� fiw S>-Bfrtom BUnk.   ?i5  ll����*' cues on ht crjrtd et  ANY even numbered section (if Dominion  Tvandsin Manitoba. Saskatchewan any  /Vlberta, execotiay S aud 20, not reserved, ma  be homesteJided by .1113- person who is the sol  'bead of a family, or any iu.3le over IS years o  -aire, to the extoni of one-quarter section of 16  acre*, more or less. ���'  Entry must be raade personally at the.loc:1.-  land office for the district iu -which the laud i-  -situate. ,  The homesteader is required to perforai -tlu  conditions connected therewith under one n<  the followin-r plans:  (1) At least six months'residence upon aivl  cultivationof the land in each year for three  years.  '2) If the father for, mother, if the father i-:  deceased), of the homesteader resides upon n  farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, th"  requirements as to residence may he satis tier  by snch person residing with the" father or  rnother,; - ���. -- ..:    ..  (3     If the settler has hfs permatient residem:-.  upon farniiutr laud owned  by him in the vicin  ity of  his homestead, the-requirements as  l��  residence, may be satisfied by residence upon  the said land.  Six mouths' notice in wriliue- should be (riven  to  the Commissioner of   Dominion Xands  at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  W. W, COKY,  ,        Deputy of tlie Minister of the Interior  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of thisad  ertlsement will not be paid for. 32-5'.*  ���y P~^**!:s-S5l-s^**?:i3Jf���"*��-^^ S  |r a i l w a y|  l������������-���-~-���%  I The Great Trans-1  I Conttatalffigliway |  LAND NOTICES  Similkamefcti Land   Distiict-   Distric-:  ' - of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that The Yale-Ci..luinbia  I,uniher Company. Limited, ..of Nelson.  Provinceof ISritls'h Colnmliia. liv occupation  Lumber Merchants,intends to ap->lv for a special timber licence over tiie fo'lowintr described  lands: Commencing at. a, post planted about  40 chain--- distant, and in an eastVrly direction  from N.W. corner of Lot: (,X. itle.br'.'C I-'anld's  Pre-Emptlon': tlu-mv east S"> i-titins: thence  north SOclnins; tlien.ee west .so chains : thence  south St) chains to point of commencement,  and containing 640 acres, more or less  The Yale-Columbia Lumber Company,Limited  V.y J. IL Leasia, Ac-en'.  Daieii October Jdth. VJllT.  Aiic  SCOTT ^  MEDICAL COMPANY |  It!  1**8 tdsriaa Sl^ Cmr. Fini Awu, ^^!  S3EATTIX, WASBL $  LAND- NOTICE  Osoyoos Land District, District of Yale  "���pAKE NOTICE   that    we A   .!. Ihylics 31:  -1-    Sam McOrnioiid, of Eho't.  It.tJ., occuiia  id  pat-  Keipirr.   intend to  i'.p-  urc:hase ..tlu;  ffiUov.-inir  ion Carpenter ami St.  ply for permission M  described lands:���  Commencinjr at a pf��s' p':tnt,st 40   chains in a  southerly'direction front .1 C P. K. Survey   Pan.  marked N.E. Corner. Lot -Tf'i.  tlience   south -*���.���  FRED. "GELINAS. Secretary���chaiiis. ihenee wi/st *'i ���.haiii:-. thence jn.rih   'o  Similkameen Land District.   District  0', Yale  '-p\KE N'ftTlCB that The Ynl.'-C'.Intr.l "a  JL Lumli! r Conip.-i-.:y.Einiited.cif Nelson.P-rov-  Iv.cr- of V.ritisli CnUuulji.i. by occupation Lumber Merchants, intends (o apiilt- for a special  I'ceil ci: over tin- ft'i'ihiw iujr dc-cribi'd land-:  Coiiinieiiciiiir at a ikisi plauti't! at t!te North  East corner of the said Company's Ijimit.lieiiiir  Lot SSJ on tlie Main Kettle Kiver -ffori:said:  thence East SO chains; tln-nce soiitIi>;! chains:  thence West K(i cliai n;-: thence north X0 chains,  (���outrun ine- f,ln aco-s. nw,ro or u-ss.  Tli,' Vale-Ctdiimhia i,iiiiil,i:r Conip-.iuv, ijitinted  J'.v .1. 11. Leasia, A^eut  Dated October 2s,li.  lft>7.  Similk-iKieen Land District.    District  of Yale  TAKE X(ITl;:i: Th.-i: the Y.V.i-Coliniibia  1,11 in her Com pa 11 y. l.td.N"!-, m. Province of  Lritish <J<jltiiut,ia. by ,'t:cin> ition Luoihyr Merchants, intends to apply , for a so-.-i-.ia! liniher  licence over tin- follouiinr described land-:  Coiiimi-ui-iiiL,'at .-1 nost plained about 12 chair--  di-taut and in a Westerly direction from Dvp j  Cr"-'(. ami one and a half mile ��� lOast of 1I1,  West Etirk of the Main Kettle Eiv.-r: th, nee  north tw.'chains; tliencoea-t *ochaius : th,ii-:e  south I'.ochaius; thence we.(. 4a chain- to p"i:tt  of cmmeti-enieut, and coinainino- {,41 acr-.--.  nior,* or le-s.  The Yale-Lohtn'liia 1.11 in her .Company.Limited  li.v .1. Il.l.easi.-i. Aoeni.  I'aled November 2ml.   I'|.i7  I Tlie Best of Equipment  5 and Serv-ice. '.    .  I Tourist, Standard Sieep-  '������y     ing Cars on all thru  I '     Trains.  X..: Lo'V Kate Rail, Tickets in c-.ji-  A uectiou with Ocean Steatn'ahip  ?���    '    ' Tickets.  i  $  o  0.  t\  9  p  0  s  %  o  Ocean Roles ro Europe i  K   For further   particulars cull on  6 Local Agents, or address  0   J. MOE,  5     U.P.A. Nelsou  E. J. COY-LE,  A. G. P. A. Vancouver  F5?.    HaOPATH,   AGENT  , GREEK W0.6D,  <>**><><>o<>**K>o<><K*sooo-r>o<-*-^  UMM-numiw  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations.  -A NY available Dominion Lands within the  xi Railway Iielt in Britisli; Columbia, may be  homesteaded by any person who is the side  head of a family, or any male over is year* of  ajje, to the extent of one-quarter section of 101  acres, more or less.  .Entry must be made personally at the local  land .jlliee for the district in which the land :s  sU,i'Ue.._..Eiitry__by...i2rr^i-^jnjy-^Jyvev..'r.^jj  inabe on certain conditions by tin; fauiei.  mother, son. daughter, brother "or sister of an  in ten-Hit 1; homesteader.  Tile,homesteader is reiiuired to perfoni: the  conditions connected thereivitti under one of  the followiiij; plans:  \) At least six months' n-sidunca upon and  cnltiv.-itinn of the land ill each year for fore-  years.  ��� ,M! If the father ft>c mother, if the t'atliei i-  ileceascd;, of the homesteader resides sipon a  .'arm in the vicinity of tlie land entered for.the  reijiiirements as to residence may be satisfied  by such person residinj.' with the father -.r  in,>t her.  ;.V If the settler has' 1,;.; ,,.- rnia-ri;'yesie^n-- :  upon farmiiie- land owned by him in th ,-iciii-  ity -if !iis homestead, the iciniiri-nieiils :-.-��� to  resid-iice may be satisfied bv .esMeuce upon  the said ianij.  Six inonths- notice mi writing should l-et-iren  'o the Coniniissioner of 11.i.u'ui<in Li:: is .r.  Ottawa of intention to app'.v lor   pa:,-:::.  Ciiai.. -t.oal niiniiiL,, itj.'br-, n;.:v U> ^-.t.,.: ,-, '���  a peiiod of twenty-one years :i: an e.ni;-::-  rental 1,f fl per -ur:e. \���i .,,,,-,. ,i,-.-., ���,;.,���  acies  shall   be    U-i'-e-.l in   <������������:���    i-i-li-.-id ial    or  Cilillpany.     A  royally ;1I .i,e ,-,-e   ..|'     li-.-e     ci-.ll  1 p^r ton shall be 1  ! --o:tl  mined.  Hepnty of ibe  N. H.--L'iiai!ih.,:l/e  \ eitist'nieilt -l^-11 f t:ol  *>  r',-l:.i Mt:u.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, November 13. 19U7  Newspapers will not be paid for this advertisement if thev insert   ,t without   authority  from  the Department.  SimilKameen Land District-   District  of Yale  TAKE   NOTICE that Joseph  H. Leasia of  the District of Yale, Province of   l"riti--ii  Columbia,by occupation TiuiberCrtiiser.iutend-  to apply for permission t�� purchase the following  described land:   Commencinir at a post  marked  J. II. Leasia's S.E. Corner Po^t situated at   the  North East corner of J.I!. Ferney's appli cation.  Lot 62': thence north 3)   chains: thence west  20 chains: thence South   *.0 chains: thence east  2ochairis. to place of commencement,   and con  tainintr 40 acres, more or less.  Joseph fi. Leasia. Locator  Dated November 2nd. 1907.  chains, thence east s 1 cii.lias to   place  of   com-  mencemont, 32d acres more or less.  A. J. HUGHES.  SAM MoOKMOSI).  Dated October lt-ih. V)o7.  ^^.1^..,^'  ��� S'-'i!;.::  l-'..\ LEI'' Ti:\'Il!:K:- addri���i-d   lo liie 1  I,  :,i.d   endorsed   --Tender   lor  Similkameen Latil District-   District i at'tiii'-'-^Le-'insii \',',tU.,'.'. n,-c'e':,V,..T.:':'  NOTICE is herebv v;.-.--.-o -h.-,t. i.ij dav- fv-.-r  date  1 iiiy-n-i to  appiy   to   ���;,..   n.,,,.   .;,,  Chief Co,i;mis--;oiier ..f I.  permission to i-i-.rcl  tract of 'and, :-',',i:a  ey West of J.:;,]-*  platr.ed a* tin- ::r,r:  Lot 514._t.t-.-iJc-.- -������;-  the Co'-llinldr, :���.::���.'���  alone the s.iid K i-.-i  less to Cue so.r.L: i-  east alori_/ I i;e s,:-_  chains i'iore or le -.-  nient. coiitniiiiriu' '���  4th Octuber. l'.'uT.  .-I :t 7 He.-C:  h-   Kiver  Ida;;-    of i.o: "i;. 40  ���;et    <->!    '.'.'onniei:,. ���_���  ere r<r less.  C. A. E. SHAW  of Yale.  ���p.\KF. NOTICE that The V Ce-C  1 Lumber Company. Limited, ol  Proviiicei.fI_iitis.il ClnnibiM. by ,>,-.-  Lninber r.iercliarii'.intends to;ippi,- :-,  ial tintb'-r licence over the ioUo.vii._: d  Unids: Commencin.,'- a.t a po.st s!t-.:.u*-  one h.-ilf mile Hast of ihe CIP.K. it'-  ..i'--l:t. 4oc!i:tins i'.o.l of tli-. ::t,ri.it 'V.-.!  -.; Lot 1.2:i on tin- Wi-si For!< of ii-.e "d.-i:  i'i.er: thence north b,; ciiai::s; i;:ei  -<; c:-.::ins;   iiieiiee r,ou; \>   \ ��� ; .!.���-." ;s :  ��� :---l -V'J eliai ns   Tfj],.--n;   ,-f   ,-r.e;:..-:-.--,;:;  eon: .siifie.^  oto acr-s. r:-,-.',���-'���'----  Tiie Yale-Colunit.i.-t I.e. ::i'.,-.-t C---i: .e, e-. .  ���>:ued November 2:'ul. '.- -7  Ladies' 0"'-Iii;i.-_r Card--, li-jliatid  I Lineu, nentlv ->riiif_etl. Tl;::��'s-  ! Office,   $L50 per box  th.-i: lliiihiii.i.' ar Victoria. E.C.  i'.ai;:. and -;>.vi;icatioii-, car.  : ieinis of teniter o!e, uoed ;:l :i;i  I and ou application t:> tVill-ar.i li',-  i Ke-iden! Aivhii.v:. Vic.-.-,..-ia, li.C.  ��� V-.-:'-.,,-ns ie:idei-i:i^ are r.e.i :;.-,_  jv.-ili   not   tie   considered   i.-.'.-..  ; liritiied   form   suppl-e-l,   :,::\   ���-.-_-:  j :;e;-.Kit s;:rna','.ires.  !       i'-.-tcil temier te.ust Ve .,,,-,-..---.:    i  u!  ' -t:.i-.-..->. No-.,..--::!-,.:- 2i-.c. 1- >..  N--.v-p.i;vrs    i.i.seriin^     this   :iti> - -ti-eVu-;-,:  wil!i...Ht   *u;!i..ri;v   from   the   Department   wiil  not be  paid for it.  41*9  0?- JUST RECEIVED. A CAR OF  . V<1 6  p*i^   v^-i  Si-3  3 v^'^Ai  ��_C_l__;aAlAw>.V>_J>*--fa-t_k;ttl>T   S,<V1��.��-*--U^**.*-* " �����*  �����' *^^_ n��� , _.  j^.  -;*,-���. .-���;   ���__,,_,,._,-__.. _^ Vf.l--:-.._.-_.Trr|_^|r>     ��� f.....^.,.  !-'l  ���J.  II  No.  18 Wonder Air  Tight  Canuck Air Tight Metal Top  Premium Souvenir  20  22  24  26  25  20  23  26  22 EoscdalcBox  25  30  36  _->  r1  _���'  /  l> ������  r1  f  3.00  3.50  4.00  4,50  5,50  12.50  12.50  15.00  20.00  9.00  11.00  14.00  18.00  ii  !&<&       >��8 ^r-3BK��tjt\  15 Ait- Tight Souvenir'  18 " "'. " '  12 Oak Souvenir ���  14   " " "  16 ������  ^1  ;    r4  r1  18.50  22,50  12,50  15.00  18.00  %  n  Call and see our stock.  i r%\  ��b���  nreiy  COMPANY,   LTD.  I   HARDWARE  GROCERIES  o<>c-o-a<_XK>o-c>o<KX>o  0  0  0  9  I 1 k^Bnll  2-     K   i  %  ��r%$Vm  0  <?  9  _��_  o  6  8  V  o  O  S  o  I  o  0  o  o  0  6  O  o  0  0  o  o  c  o  0  o  o  Ttrara  i*��^*'^Q^ KS^^Si  1 have decided to close out the Entire  Stock of- New Goods in the Red Front  Department  BI'-^i>ll>J "***l_rT1 TT*"W"J*'l"���*���-JCTTg  O  o  o  Consisting of Dressers, Stands, Chiffonniers, Wardrobes, Bookcases, Ladies' Secretaires, Roll Top  Desks, all sizes: Tables (Centre and Extension),  Iron Beds, Spring Mattresses, Blankets, Quilts,  lied Linen, Table Covers and Draperies, also new  line ->f Art Squares. Ruj^s.Matting, and Linoleums  The Goods are a Nice* New Up-to-date  Weil Assorted Lot,    Ail Floor Covering Just from Factory,  Dr. Mathison will be at his  dental office, opposite the Post  Office until the end o;f December.  J. D. Spence went to Grand  Forks yesterday afternoon.  J. Kirkup, Provincial Assessor,  of Rossland, was in the city on  Thursday.  W. S* Macy.is reported this afternoon to be improving- very  ���Satisfactorily in the hospital at  Phoenix.  W. Rowe, whose condition has  been somewhat more serious,  is still holding his own and this  morning- showed a good deal of  improvement.  J-. Dimmick, who has been at  the Mother Lode moved into the  Greenwood ou Thursday.  Supt. D. C. Coleman, of the C.  P.R. for this division was in  Greenwood on Thursday.  H. F. Mills and A. P. Lange,  of Portland, underwriters for the  Phoenix of Brooklyn, were in the  city early this week.  P. D. Ahier and wife, of Camp  McKinney were in Greenwood on  Monday. From here they went  to Phoenix, The "Cariboo" is  closed for the winter.  Good Cheer Sunrey Steel Range  is the latest and best ��� on earth..  See them, they are guaranteed.  A. L. White, The O.I.C Furniture Man.    Phone 16.  F. E. Brine, Manager of the  Eastern Townships Bank, at Midway, and Mrs. "Brine .were in  Greenwood on Saturday.  Fred. P. Sadler, of Rugely,  Staffordshire, England, brother  of Mrs. A. H. Napper, arrived in  Greenwood on Friday afternoon  last. Mr. Saddler, who is a sten-  ogaapher, may possibly locate in  Greenwood.  G. O.   Guise,   postmaster  and  J��    TOWN lOTICS  4>  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings  A turkey shoot is being held at  Boundary Falls today, Friday.1  The last C.P.R.switchingcrew  was taken from the yards here on  Thursday.  Boys' Sleds, Girl's Sleds and  Sleighs for the Babies���rock-bottom prioes, at Coles' Beokstore.  Truemau, the photographer,  has been'obliared to cancel his  trip to Greenwood for the present  The annual Christmas Tree entertainment of the Presbyterian  Church will be held on Friday  evening the 20th December. Remember the date.  Mrs. G. H. Iukster, of Hunter,  Wash., is visiting her mother,  Mrs Medill, of Anaconda  For Sale or Rent Pianos, Sewing Machines, Organs, Etc. A.  h. White, The 2nd- Hand Man.  Phone 16.  Delegates to the district convention of the Western Federation  of Miners will be elected on Saturday next, Nov. 23rd.  When in- need of something  special in the Apple line, call up  phone 25���The Russell - Law-  Caul field Co.  The Commercial has been closed. Mrs. Bernarrd who has been  conducting it, has opened a res-  auraut in the Arlington  ONLY ONE QUALITY���THE BEST  ONLY ONE PRICE,   60c PER    LB,  Word   has been   received from  Vancouver from the Babine Lake  party and it is expected they will  arrive in Greenwood this evening.   Russell-La w-Caulfield  Company,  In the  party are    T. M. Gulley,  It will pay you when in need of  anything in the Grocery line to  look   through  our   stock.     The  Kenneth McKe'nzie, Augus Nicholson, A. E. Falconer, J. McKenzie and Chas. Tye.  We can supply all your wants  and guarantee satisfaction because we guarantee all goods sold.  The Russell-Law-Caulfield Co?  . Mrs. Murray has given up her  studio in the Miller Block and is  now at the Pacific Hotel when in  town. Mrs. Murray has opened  classes in Midway and in Phoenix.  Her pupils in Greenwood are receiving their instruction at their  homes. On Monday, Tuesday,  and Wednesday. Mrs. Murray is  In the city and can be found at  the Pacific.  John McGinnis, M.L. A. for the  Grand Forks division will address  a Socialist meettng in the Miner's  Union on Friday, Nov. 22, at 8  o'clock.  merchant, of  Westbridge,   spent  Tuesday  and  Wednesday in  the      "It's very pretty,"   may   truth-  c^t I fully be said of most of the Wall  Paper in our   fresh   new    stock.  McRae Bros., Ltd.  ; The'Russell-Law-Caulfield-. Co.  have just unloaded a car of canned  goods,  R. W. Coulthard, of Fernie,  purchasing agent of the Crow's  Nest Pass Coal Co., was in Greenwood on business the first of the  week.  New Stoves and Ranges at cost.  Just 2 of the old style ranges left  sale price $45. House furnishings  of all kinds. A. L. White (he's  selling, out.)    Phone 16  M. M. Johnson, and H. H. Melville left on Saturday morning on  their trip home, after having  made a complete inspection and  thorough canvass of the companies' properties and prospects here.  McRae Bros., Ltd., report the  the receipt during the past week  of large shipment of toys and  fancy goods for the Xmas  trade,  The trial of the "tin horns"  seems to have been pretty even  justice for them. So even that  they slipped away-  The first  snow  of  the  season  came on Monday night and .went  even more silently than it   came  in the warm winds of.last night  r  A. poet has handed,us a sentette  .on    the    snowfall.    We   refrain  from publication.  Going, Going, but not gone !  Last few days for Cheap Xmas  Photos. Every 6th customer free.  Tourner & Co, 2 doors from  Holmes and Kennedy's  Died���In Greenwood, on the  19th inst- the infant son of. Fred  H. Aram, aged two months  .W- H. Chynoweth, recently one  of the shift bosses at the Mother  i  Lode, died at Helena, Mont., a  few days ago. Deceased went to  Helena about a month ago'to bury  his wife who had died there  He lived himself there^ only for  two weeks-  0 A new stock of Apples and  Pears at the Russell-Law-Caulfield Co. Store.  Ladies' Calling.Cards, Holland  Linen, neatly printed, Times'  Office, $1.50 per box  GREENWOOD,   B.C.  For the last twent)* years this Fine Tea has been  imported directly from Assam, China. It is a  straight, pure Assam Tea,'not a blend, and coming"always from one Garden the flavor-is always the same  /'VJWWA��r'W''Wi!t  A fact which is easily proven by OUR largely  increasing sales on all lines of 'GROCERIES'  This week we have received a fresh shipment of  Armour's Star  . AND      :''������    : '  ���Swift's-Premium  AND  One trial of these goods will we feel sure, make  "YOU" if vou are  not already, One   of  Our'-  '���REGULAR CUSTOMERS."     .  *��      ^ ��� .:���-���������<>     ���������     �� ���  4��  B. C. Copper  International Coal  MIN K  Granby Mines.....   Snowshoe   Mothet   Lode        Brooklyn-Stem winder  CAMP  ...'. Phoenix   Phoenix       Deadwood    Phoenix  o Trunks, Suit   Cases  and   other  Traveling    Bags  c "  o included.      All must go.  o Terms���Strictly Cash.  o  o  o  o  ti  c  i  <0? siO    ML����  B awhid e-rw^^ftr?^t^^.^_=?v,v^-Ehoen ix=  Idaho, Phoenix  Phoenix  Sunset,  Deadwood  Mountain Rose Summit  Athelstin-Jackpot    Wellington  Morrison Deadwood  B. C. Mine Summit  R. Pell ...Summit  Emma    Summit  Oro Denoro  -.  Summit  Senator ......Summit  Sulphur King- Summit  Brey Fogle .....Summit  No. 37   Summit  Reliance  Summit  Winnipeg Wellington  Golden Crown     Wellington  King-   Solomon >_ W.   Copper  Big Copper W. Copper  No. 7 Mine Central  City of Paris White's  Jewel Long Lake  Carmi West Fork  Sally         West Fork  Riverside West Fork  Providence Providenec  Elkhorn  Providence  ,  Skylark Skylark  Helen... Skylark  Bonnie Bell    Crescent   Don Pedro   Mavis..:   Strathmore ,   Rambler   Preston   Prince Henry, ,, Skylark  Last Chance .Skylark  E P U. Mine Skylark  Bay Skylark  Ruby Boundary Falls  Republic Boundary Falls  Miscellaneous       1900        1901        1902       1903        1904  64,553   231,762 309,858 393,718 548,703  297 1,731     20,800    71,212  5,340     99,034  141,326 138,079 174,298  ...-.:'    ...       25,950  _3,Q70  __._Jiy._____f_._-.  1905  653,8S9  I...  174,567  55,731  25,108  1906  801,404  8,426  104,120,  140,685  26,032  1907  629,381  136,139  208,579  44,004,  63,219  WEEK  3,357  4��  ���      SPECIAL  10 Consolidated Smelters at $102,50  Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.  Opposite Post Office.  ����*#����* ����#)*�����(**��#!?*�����_��� ��*��a��0��������������������(����*��S9��tt0*<l#������ft)O(#<|  1,200  19,494  802  550  47,405  650  7,455 ,.15,731  5,646  3,339  19,365  1076  1,040  785  2,250  875 .  625  665  482  ���2,000  160  350 .  890  ISO  14,811  560  ....  8,530 22,937  15,537  363  2,435  3,250  1,759  4,586  37,960  16,400  3,450  222  364  33  3,056  4,747'  9,485  3.007  '1,833---  33  150  2,960  48,390  4,555  1,345  12,881  6,404  15,092  29.949  4,192  649  1,370  11,287  11,997  42  219  993  400  79  726  325  52  ISO  ii  Tlie Furniture Man  PHONE 16.  3J  80  3,230     3,456  325  167  500  SO  300  60  750  30  :4S  770  150  535  80  20  90  40  20  20  639  255  73  20  500  586  30  86  1,140  ISO  589  45  140  76  20  15  DEALERS IN  ��}%h and Poultry*  ��  ty  t.  tt  ��  a  ty  ty  ty.  o  '*  ty.  ty  ty  ty  __-*���_____-  "5-  a  ��  ty  ty  ���a  it  ���a  ��'  ty  ���ty  ���  *  ty  ty-  ty  ��  tt  ty-  ty  ty  ���^tytyt:itytytytytytytytytytyaatytytytytyatytytytytyt3tytytya^J^wtytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyi  55  ,60  700  20  212  20  171  30  20  934,708 1,164,034     1,156,975       3,428  ooadoooooooock_kxkkkh>oo<>oC'C o<LK>o<yz^<><><>��>o<><><><>oe><yo<y<><>cyc>o  Total  tons        97,600    390,500 5C6.816   690,422 829,708  Smelier Treatment  Granby Co ..Grand Forks   62,387    230,828 312,340  401,921596,252 687,988     838,847 622,013  B.C. Copper Co Greenwood       ...        117,611 148,600  162,913 210,484 210,830     121,031 342,201    0     9,676  Dom. Copper Co ..Boundary Falls ^  ...         132,570.30,930 84,059     218,811 156,900            ���������  Total tons reduced    62,387   348,439 460,940 697,404 837,666 982,877 1,178,639 1,121,114       6,676  We have just received a shipment of fine  English Goods for Fall and Winter Suits  and  Overcoats.       ' s  Best of Workmanship and no advance on  former Prices s : i :  COPPER ST,  GREENWOOD, B.C


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