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 wmmsmsm  musa  IIS  I  I-  -  I  No. 9  ^^TOsr^:'P^OUTHERN HILL the CITY  COUNCIL  Work   Going on South of  Twin Creek.  CHEAP POWER AT HAND  Comprehensive Schemes of Develop  ment Now in Progress All  Along the Hillside.  REPAIRING  ' ' We make a specialty of  watch and jewelery repaii-  ing. Our work is .guaranteed to give satisfaction.  WATCHES  AND CLOCKS  cleaned and repaired and  anything in the jewelry line  repaired  on shorts notice.  JEWELRY  Watches   have  the   standard   of  the    watch  in  Regina  become  accuracy  world.  GET  diamonds;   chains,  ��     FOBS.  LOCKETS, NECKLETS  BRACELETS.  SOUVENIR  SPOONS  SILVERWARI  Just received a beautiful  line of Sterling and Plated  ware. Sterling Carving  Sets, Coffee Spoons,; Cold  Meat Forks. Berry Spoons,  Cream Ladels, Sugar  Tongs, Jelly Knives, Fish  Forks, Knife in Case and  numerous other articles.  Also a fine line of  "CUT GLASS  suitable for gifts, or  own table.  your  l  MBU*waj*cta����*a��ti*-��w��Jtri'-r  Our Christmas goods are now arriving. We invite you to look them over in  your spare time before the rush commences. Perhaps there would be something  you want and we will gladly put it away for you.  Buy Lots for a Gravel Supply-  MINERS'UNION DONATION  Council Asked to Continue to Pay $15  Per Month. -A Letter of Thanks.  Accounts Passed.  RENDELL <�� GO  erwear  '^������-ja'.ifiWrtw-MaM"-. �����*���*���������  Stanfields  Truro Knit  Is The Best  Underwear For Women  Believing that Stanfields Unshrinkable  Truro Knit Underwear for women to be  the best, on the market to-day, we have ^  .put in a large stock of this popular line. I  We are showing it in all wool, and silk \  and wool in white, cream and natural,  and at all prices.  Stanfields Underwear is made in Truro. Nova  Scotia, in the most up-to-date factory in North  America, by skilled labor only, nothing- but the  finest Nova Scotia wool being- used in the man-,  ufacture, and it is guaranteed to be absolutely  unshrinkable.    Try .it and be convinced.  en  Womens' Goods.  Men's Goods.  Tiie south half of the hill east of  town is getting .into shape for a winter's campaign that will put an entirely  new face on the mining situation there.  In the past few months things north of  the Twin creek gulch have been getting  on famously, but from plans now being  matured it looks as if the south half,  too, would be very active the coming  winter. On Monday last the writer  took a tour of the hill, visiting the E  P. U., Skylark, Bay, Mavis and Dynamo, on all of which properties activity  is manifesting itself.  THE E. P. U.  The syndicate that recently bonded  the E. P. U. has decided on a compre"  hensive plan of development' and. has  begun work in sympathy therewith.  About a half mile east of the city hall,  on the south side of Twin creek and  well down in the gulch, they have be  gun a tunnel that, when completed,will  be 700 feet long, at that distance reaching a point under the old shaft. They  aim to reach a depth of '300 feet below  this shaft, and as it is 200 feet deep  their maximum depth at the crest of  the hill will be about 500 feet. They  are now employing two shifts and are  making about two and a half feet a  day. The tunnel is now in 70 feet and  already one small stringer-' of pre has  been cut. The expectation is that  several known veins on the property  will be cut by the tunnel. Over 600  tons of high grade ore was taken from  the E. P. U. on the upper levels, and if  the syndicate's scheme of development  is carried out a large tonnage of rich  ore ought to be obtained in the 300 feet  between the bottom of the old workings and the new tunnel". Alderman  Bunting is at the head of the syndicate  and among his associates are some of  the most practical mining* men of tlie  camp.  THE-  SKYLARK.  At the Skylark Superintendent Rowe  has a force of about 20 men at work.  Some time ago the old shaft was abandoned and a new one sunk something  over 200 feet. The shaft is double  cewpar t men 'ir^n-nl^is���ar^ line���piece =of=  work. From the foot of this shaft a  crosscut was run 30 feet to the ledge,  on which drifting is now in progress.  One car of ore has just been shipped  aud two more cars are ready for ship  ment. So soon as a little more 'development is done the force will be increased.  The Skylark has provided the means  for its pay roll as well as made the  payments on capital account as they  have matured. . The company has  money in the treasury to meet the last  payment ou the purchase price, not  due for some mynths yet. Kecentlv a  new vein was r'ii-covereu on the property. This lead has been opener! up for  a short distance and so syon as other  more pressing work is out' of the way  o. small force will be put to woi k open  im.; up the new discovery.  Everything about the Skylark is in  fine physic U condition. Order' and  system are evident everywhere A  good, steam heated wash1 room, pro ���  vided with hot and cold water, has been  provided.  The Skylark has sv ipped  about 1.100  tons of ore in  the last   two   years, and  the indications ;:re that it ha-,   just be-  gu -.!.  THI' BAY..'  At the Bay everything is once again  on the move. The upraise from ilit:  i old workings has just been completed  ! and is being timbered. A lartre bunk  ! house ii being built and timber -^otien  jout for the shaft house. Tin; imisi Ik's  I not vet arrived, but is dai!. v i:x|)..-r ���>������!.  land arrangements are couipi.-t-v i'.h-  I immediate supply of electric p u* r to  I operate the mine. .  Eight men are now  employed  ao-.n>  (Continued ou page Two.)  Council met Monday night with  Mayor Nacieu and Aldermen Bunting,  Mathison, McRae aud Wood present.  Among other thins the council o'e-  cided to purchr.se lots in block M,  Sutherland's addition, from Robert  Wood & Co., to obtain gravel for tide  on the city streets. It was agreed to  pay $200 for the lots and all taxes to  date.  \V. G. McMynn wrote asking to be  reimbursed for improvements he had  made to Long Lake street. During  the past summer Mr McMynn did considerable grading on hislot, depositing  the earth on Long Lake street, where  it was badly needed. The council  voted $25 to Mr. McMynn for his work.  Mr. Steel, chairman of the Educational committee of the Miners' union,  wrote the.council-asking for a continuation of the $15 per month donation to  the Miners' Union reading room. Some  months ago the council transferred the  donation from the : old .Greenwood  street reading' room to the Miners'  Union reading room, on the understanding that new arrangemonts would  be entered into after the month of September. The matter was refei red to  Alderman Bunting, who will report at  the next council meeting.  LETTER OF THANKS. ":  The   following   letter was   received  from  Professor C.   H. McLeod, secretary of the Canadian Society   of Civil  Engineers:  His Worship, tlie Mayor of Greenwood:  Dhak Sik���I trust that you will pardon the extreme delay which has oc  curred iu acknowledging the hospitality of yourself and the citizens of  Greenwood to the members-. of this  society and their friends, -who visited  Greenwood on September 22nd. The  opportunity of seeing the .mining development, and the smelting industry  was very much appreciated,-and our  visit was in every respect most enjoyable. Will you kindly convev our  sincere thanks to your associates in  the council, and especially to Mr.  Gaunce.    W ith kindest regards,  Yours very truly,  C. H. McLkod, Sec.  Montreal, Oct. 19, '06.  The following accounts   were passed  and orOered paid:  ACCOUNTS.  Kenneth McKenzie..., SIR 00  Boundary Creek Times.  12 00  The Ledge     5 55  Police Department  21 SO  Greenwood Citv Waterworks Co. .2 40  Hunter-Kendrick   Co     5 85  FERRY FLASHES  year's bird's nest,  deserted. Stores  dance halls descried,  trded upand the lijjrhts  Like :i last  Ferry  are closed,  saloons hii  all din. A population may live  Tor a time on sucker*- and such,  but without industries or resources that bring- healthy returns, localities cannot lony survive.  The Ferry hotel enterprise appears likely to prove disastrous  to R. M. Stoddard. Stoddard endorsed David Mills' note for about  S3,00.0 when lie purchased the  hotel at the time of former com-  plicatioiir. The hotel and Stoddard's stock of -roods were both  recently seized to make good the  note. The hotel at a recent sale  brought less than half the  amount necessary to meet ihe obligation for its previous sale.  ���i  A lecture wil! be given' in tilt* Pres  hyterian church on Thursday evening,  November 8, by W. G. Gaunce, on  "Westminster Abbev." A musical  program will also be rendered Admission, 50 cen's. House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor  ating promptly done.  IE SOUTHERN HILL  (Concluded from juiyu Out.)  Send in your spring orders.  eo.BXbompson  Box 255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  CK>OOCKK>0<-)000<K>CKK>00<KKKJ-O<>0  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in    Sash,   Doors,  Turned  Work and  Inside Finish.  Etc,  ���ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  OOOO O-C-O OOOOOO-O OOOOO O (JOO-O-OO  S. BARRY YUILL  4:10  ��� 7W  * Wiw^V^^i^ 'r^.y '-  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       AND  JEWELLER.  All workguar uiteed    G REENWOOD  T"e FRESHEST BREAD  Cakes, Buns and Pastry  always on hand.- We also  cany a first class stock of  Stapw* Groceries.   :   :    :  Vienna  A- SAKRIS, Proprietor.  Phone B 28.  the mine, A few more men will be put  on at once, and by the New Year Mr.  Fuller, who is in charge, expects to be  employing a force of 20 initier...  The Bay has shipped about 100 tons  of ore, some, of it phenomenally rich,  and all of it running high, ("old value.-;  predornidate.  THE mavis.  Adjoining the Bay on the west, a..d  with its workings about 500 feet from  those of the Bay, is tlie Mavis, recently  bonded by Mr. Eckerf of Spokane. A  substantial cabin lias beeu erected on  the property and things generally  shaped up for winter.  The old shaft was down about 50 feet  but at the bottom was out of ore. Mr.  lSckert, after studying the situation  carefully, decided he coukl pick up the  ledge with little climcultv. At a point  in the shrift about 35 feet: below the  collar he started a crosscut running  northwesterly. At a point about ten  feet in they encountered the lead, which  is remarkably strong, but apparently  not very high grade, although some  free gold and galena, show in the  quartz, which is particularly attractive.  The Mavis lead is believed to be identical with the Bay, and should this  prove true the property will be a winner.  THE DYNAMO.  Farther south an:l west, and well  down toward the Anaconda road, we  find the Dynamo. Both power lines  cross the pioperty. The Dynamo is  beautifully located in open country  overlooking the valley. On a particularly attractive spot on the claim the  owners are building a substantia,!  dwelling of seven rooms and bath. A  good spring on the hillside, 500 feet  away, will supply excellent water,  which will be -piped into the house.  About 260 feet of tunnel work has  been done on the Dynamo and several  small leads have been cut, but fie main  body has hot yet been reached. The  owners, Portmann Brothers, have set  aside 512,000 for further development  work. When that is gone they believe  they will know either that they have a  mine or that they will have reached a  good place to quit. The enterprise of  the owners deserves and doubtless will  meet with success. ��� j  One feature in connection with this  entire hill should not.be overlooked.  In addition to good timber and water,  and easy access to the railway for their  ores over a good road from town,  abundant cheap power can be easily  obtained. In addition to the Greenwood  power line, both of the long distance  lines, that from Cascade and that from  Bonnington falls, cross the. hill, and  only a short distance from any of these  properties referred to.   -  It requires no great stretch of the  imagination to believe that at no distant day electric power will lie doing  duty on all these and other properties  as well, on this wonderfully rich and  beautiful hillside.  EVERY HOME NEEDS ZAM-BUK  Experiences of   Housekeepers   Who  Keep it Handy.  In every home cuts, bruises, scalds utid similar injuries are sure to occur, especially where  there are ciiiUren. In most homes, too, chapped hands. chilSialiss, eczeiu.:. ringworm, ulcers  'and other blcin diseases occu;.  Fcr these you need a calm which is liin'c,  herbal, free from mineral compos-nd. free from  animal fat. antiseptic, able to stop bleeding and  which should heal.  Zam-Buk meets all these requirements. Why  ' not prove its merits?   Head this:  Mi's. Angus, of Ketieloti Kails, say?:  'Til -10 years ���>!' housekeeping 1 have  never met with such an excellent, salve  as y^nn-l.'iik."  Mrs. leveret I l.'.ri.wn. of MarUliam,  (Out.), sjys: "Z.im-l-hik cured suiue  bad bruises on niv knee I also find it  excellent for chapped hands."  Mrs. I/izzie Gilmutii'. of Kingston,  says: "{ had an ulcerated leg, which  became so bad t'ua<- I could not wear a  boot. The foot mid ankle were swollen  to nearly double their ordinary .size,'  and the pain was terrible. The ulcers  spread in a ring all round the limb.  Doctor's treatment brought no relief,  and alone time it was thought only  amputation could end the agony 1 suffered. JJain-Buk was brought t<. my  notice, and I bought a few boxes. Kach  box gave me more ease and headed tlie  ulcers. Today I am quite cured, the  limb is sound, and whereas before I  could not.stand, now I can go upand  down steps with ease. 1 owe it all to  Zam-Buk."  Zam Bnk also cures eczema, cold  sores, ringworm, stiff joints, bad leg,  sore nipples, boils, abscesses, blood  poison, poisoned wounds, etc.. Used as  an embrocation it cures rheumatism  and sciatica, and rubbed well into the  chest cures lung- troubles, colds, etc.  For all purposes to which a household  balm' is put Zam-Buk will be found  unequalled. -Ml druggists sell at 5c. a  box, or direct from the Zam-Buk Co.  upon receipt of price. Six boxes for  $2.50.  First-Class Meals  At all hours, from 5 a. m. to   10 p. in.  All price*.  NATIONAL   HOTEL    CAFE  K. BURCHAT and C  DUBEK, Propr's.  INJURED AT PHOENIX  Mine Employee Suffers from His Own  '-���     Carelessness.       .    ������ ������  James Peacock, a mucker boss at tbe  Granby .mines, Phoenix, met with a  dangerous accident last Thursday. He  went down in the cage in No. 2 shaft  and neglected to close the. safety gates  after him. When the cage had descended 200 feet, a top man, Campbell,  came along with an empty car, and the  gate being open, the car went clown  the shaft on top of the cage, and Campbell narrowly escaped   falling  after it.  When the heavy car struck the cage  the draw bar pulled out and both shot  down to the 300 foot level. Peacock  was thrown on his back, and when  taken out it was found he had sustained  several fractrred ribs and injuries to  his lungs, as well as other internal  injuries. He was removed to the bos  pital in a precarious condition.  ROCK CREEK RIPPLES  Is  unexcelled, as  is  evidenced  by   its  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having  "ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEER  ���ill {  P. O. BOX 9$.  Samuel T. Larsen is installing-  a gasoline lighting- system in his  popular hotel here. Sam is  bound'to be up to date.  The Kettle River Irrigation  company is making good headway this line weather with its  big ditch. If the weather continues good, two weeks more  ought to see the rock and earth  work all completed.  Thomas R. Hansen made no  mistake when he picked out Rock  Creek for a good merchandising  point. He began here with a  small stock of merchandise,  but strict and obliging attention to business has resulted in  surprising growth. Not long  since he doubled the capacity of  his store building and todav has  it filled with a ' S10.000 .'stock cf  well assorted merchandise.  RUNAWAY  "^^Lbout^Ll^o-clock'^Sundaj-^e veiling last, oue of Crppley's livery  teams in charge of Neil McEach-  ran, took a lively spin around  town after dumping the driver  out. The team started at Burns  & Co.'s corner, went west to Gold  street, south to Wellington, east  to Silver, north to Louisa, east  to Church, south to Deadwood,  west to the Canadian Pacific railway, north' along the railway to  the Yale-Columbia yards, and  thence east over the dump.  Strange to say, neither horse was  injured, and the buggy, which  was a covered one, escaped much  better than could possibly be expected.  In Time of Peace.  In the first months of the Russia-  Japan war we had a striking example  of the necessity for preparation and  the early advantage of th se who, so to  speak, ''have shingled their roofs in  dry weather." The virtue of preji.tr 1.-  tion has made history- and given us our  greatest men. The individual as well  as the nation should be prepared for  any emergency. Are you prepared to  successfully combat the first cole! vou  take? A cold can lie cured much more  quickly when treated as soon as it has  been contracted and before it has become settled in the system. Chamber  Iain's Cough Remedy is famous for iis  cures of colds aud it should be kept at  hand ready for instant use. i"or sale  by all druggists.  our Docto.  C'/i cure your Cough or Cold,  V10 question about thi'.t. but���  v.-hy" go to all the tumble and  inconvenience of looking him up,  ar.dthen of havinghisprescription'  Jilted, v/htin you can step into any  drug store in Canada and obtain  a bottle of SHILOH'S CURE ,  for a quarter.  Why pay two to five dollars  when a. twenty-five cent  bottle of SHILOH will cure you  --.��� quicklyV  Why not" do as .hundreds of  ibra.-iiuias of Canadians have  done tor the past thirty-four  years: let SHILOH be your doe-  1.0r whenever a Cough or Cold  appeal s.  SHILOH will cure you, and all  druggists back up this statement  with a positive guarantee.  The rico-it time you have a  Cough or Cold cure it with  Is under the 'management of Greig- and  Morrison. The rooms are comfortably  furnished, and. the bar contains the best  brands  of   wines,   liquors and   cigars   in  the citv.  Copper'St.  'Mvsxixskic^sBS^isssiiK^^.'sisiBBmmmwBeii  ::zz:'.v. a&&WH&j��>iaiS*mtQtf&xg>3>M3mw\MVK2i��ihiei'  **IH  D. MANCHESTER,  PROPRIETOR  Finely furnished  rooms, well lighted    and    heated.  ";'  THE BAR  The cosiest place  in town to meet a  friend.    :    :    :    :  MEET ME AT THE CLARENDON  ��.wm t.f��a rvoaaxv*rxz u-n-.-nawygf���_-~ ~rs*jr.'Jxnr s,  )TJV CTS.^ -*nrt-/'-L1jJ J J"  iquor .����.  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  I WINES,   LIQUORS   AND   CIGARS  CARLOADS   DIRECT   FROM    THE    DISTILLERS  Always ask for  [ DIM!  iiiirrm.  ,. *"5a   H    k    ix    m   ,-.?"���.  -v  ��� zmsmmmmm^mzsmssmzm  in 11 n tit  Greenwood Liquor Co.,  Greenwood, B. C.  lie fines  lu  ll  Miy i^#%^ii�� Long Drives  /  DRAYING �� We Can Move Anything  IT*  9  PROPRIETOR  LESS  rintm  The Kind You Want is the Kind  1 You Get at Our Job Dept.  THE BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  PRINTING   CO IW  BOUNDARY   GREEK   TimES  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following-table gives the ore shipments of the Boundary mines for 1900, 1901,1002, 1003,  1004,1905 and 1900, as reported to the Boundary Creole Times:  MINE, CAMP.  Graobv Mines Plioenix  Snowshoe .-..Plioenix  . Mother Lode Deadwood  Bonnie Belle Deadwood  Idaho Plioenix  Brooklyn-Stem win dr, Plioenix  Butcher Boy Midway  Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Rosa Summit  AUielslan-Jackpo' Welliuc' tn  Morrison D'-idwood  B C Mine     Sumirit  R Bell     Summit  Emma  Summit  Oro Denoro    Summit  Senator    Summit  Brey I'oyle. Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur King- 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 LaK'e..  Carmi West Fork  ��� Rambler West Fork  Sally.... West Fork  Providence .....Green wood  EUchoi'ti Greenwood  Strathmore Greenwood  Prince Henry :...Greenwood  Preston Greenwood  Skylark Greenwood  Last Chance Greenwood  E P U mine .....Greenwood  Bay Greenwood  Mavis Greenwood  Don Pedro. Greenwood  Crescent .Greenwood  Helen .'.. Greenwood  Ruby..... Boundary Falls  Republic Boundary Falls  1900  04,553  207  5,340  1 lot  510.703  1901. 1902 1003  231,762 309,858 303,718  1,731 20,800     71,21'     ....'   00,034 141,326 138,(17)   174,208  1005   10C6  653,880 675,050     0,606  1,20(1  10,494  302  5=0  47.405  174.567  20  32,3505 5,731  7,455  15,731  050  .1150  14,811  500  8.530  1,076  2,250  100  ,040  S7S  065  2,000  350  785  025  5,046  3,330  19,365  15.537  303  2.435  3,070  3,250  1,750  4,58(i  37,90(1  10,400  3,450  222  364  25,108  ��� 3.056  4,747  9,485  3,007  1,833  82.S59  1,080  U5.S01  12  17,476  41,540  2,310  11,198  0,370  Past  Week  13,205  380  1,950  330  2,S71  1,353  570  - (jj;  130  482  ���2.i :60  SOU  33  150  bSO  903  400  70  726  145  770  150  '20  50  300  680  1^5  73  20  40  00  '80  91  76  1,080  15  140  15  20  480  00  20  20  60  20          3,->30  3,450  390,800  230.828  117,011  318,430  325  508,876  312,34.)  148,0(1.)  400,940  5i)0  690,419  ���401,921  162,913  132,570  750  820,808  506,252  210,434  30,930  837,666  500  .933,516  687,088  210,830  84,039  082,877  Total tons. ;        90,600  904,009  705,849  S9,8S5  177,104  20,303  Smelter treatment���      02.387  12,107  B. C. Copper Co   3,255  4,998  .. ...   02,389  Total reduced.... .........  697,404  972,833   '  20,420  r*  > wamsemma <wmmaM&f&��<mffimmm&e3&M��mwMWWBmmmb  opices .':  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  ion  4������mmunmuumw wnmaMmawiiMW <n BHtw-aMMMaBirca gna iraag-gmrgiBaiga  T.U9VWX *tV05MlA��*CMX3VXM r��'Ji.  acrjni-J-iitrv-  The fall of 1906 is here, and with:it the  fall sewing-. Your neighbor is bus}', so  do not bother her, h/jt call at the Singer  Sewing Machine Co. office, Greenwood,  and see their stock. You can h,ave a  Singer or a Wheeler & Wilson, the two  best machines made,-on your own terms.  $3 per month will rent or bin* the drop  head machines.     .   BELL PIANOS AMD  ORGANS  ���j. nttexx'eati^rvustaist  Now that the long winter evenings are  coming on you need a Piano, and you  want the best, so call and sec my stock,  the largest in the Boundary. I will  quote yon terms that will surprise you.  F  Copper Stroet,  Gicenwood.  W  ��  ./I  - ?(=a��**j  'Ft I  Agent for the  Boundary District.  lib:  PAY ORE COLUMN  The Elkhorn management is  once again in high feather. The  company recently decided not to  wait until the crosscut reached  the ledge to recoup a bank account that bus been heavily  drawn upou, and so set to work-  to look for one of the Elkhorn's  ore shoots that they felt was ou  tap. A short winze turned the  trick and the first of the week  found them in command of a  shoot of very rich ore, encountered on Sunday last. ��� Shipping  will be resumed at an early date,  development meantime going forward to secure the lead on the-  lowest level.  The Emma is developing into  one. of the great mines of the  Boundary. The lead is now over  40 feet wide and the vein declared  to be a true fissure. Recent prospecting shows the ore body to  run across the Jumbo and Minnie  Moore. The B. C. Copper Co.  has now in these three claims and  the Denoro, lying south of the  Emma, a north and south body ef  ore a mile long.  The B.C. Copper Co. got its  second big furnace in commission  on Wednesday morning last. It  was planned to turn the blast on  nearly a week earlier, but unavoidable delay arose. The third  furnace will be hurried into position with all despatch.  The last car of Strathmore ore  shipped is claimed to have yielded  the highest returns of any car  yet sent from Greenwood. The  figures are not at hand.  The famous B. C. mine, which  has been idle for three years  nearly, has, under the management of the B. C. Copper Co.,  again eutered the shipping list,  haA'iusr recently sent several  hundred tons to. the company's  smelter.,  Alex Robinson has nearly one  hundred feet of his tunnel contract on the Golcouda completed.  RAKE CHANCE FOR PUBLIC  A   well   selected   stock   of  winter suitings just arrived.  Staple -roods in Black and  Blue Worsted and Serges,  Fancy Worsteds, Cheviots and  Tweeds, all heavy weight.  For nice Pattern and Fine  Quality these snoods cannot be  beaten. Prices-are reasonable  and we cum out first class  work.  DRY CLEANING MTE AM CLEANING  Garment-* Cleaned. Presseo and Repaired.  ST-*.  6>  Copper Street  MERCHANT TA&L0R.  Greenwood, B. C.  ty tytyty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ��� ���; ����� ty -* ty ty ty ty +3 ���& ty ?.;%& vi *> ���  ; i'i;;;... ;-w ;��t ;;  tytyty ty tytytyty tytytyty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  I To   Secure Valuable, Books at Half  Price.  Seldom has the public of Greenwood  and other Boundary towns been presented with such a golden opportunity  as is now offered them in the sale of  some of thd most valuable books of  reference, such as the New Encyclopedia Britannica, Americanized, Modern Eloquence, works on Science, History, Biography, etc. The line of stand  ard works is such as Shakespeare, Bal-  sac, Cooper. Dumas, Thackeray, Eliot  and Ruskin.-the man who never grew  tired of writing of the Great Northwest of Cuiada, and, in fact, any  standard publication desired.  Col. J. B. Quiu, who is conducting  this sale, has the happy faculty of not  ..ti.ring^QivejvorjiL,gJ*o>ihly J]^MJjLS?-  plaining these works. The bindings,  paper and print of these wsrks are the  very best that can be obtained anywhere. They are being- disposed of,  under these exceptional circumstances,  at ������.bout half- the wholesale price, and  tno.se wishing to exaiAtue them wiJl do  well to see tiie colonel at the Imperial  hotel Tuesday.  ty  ty  5 SOMETHING NEW:  =fs--=-= JUST OUT  You can-lot over none on  chi.s new hone  SATISFACTION. GUARANTEED.  Small size, 2 i-'. wide bv '5V%  m.  price...   ion j^,  Large size, 2 in.  wide, bv  price   in long,  are me uest.  TRY ONE AND BE CONVINCED.  I Phone 16  & CO.  Hoiiise Furnishers  ty  ty  ty  ty  Bilious Attack Quickly Cured.  A few weeks ago I had a bilious  attack that was so severe I was not able  to go to the office for two davs. Failing  to get relief from my family physician's  treatment. I look three of Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablets and Ihe  nest day 1 felt like a new man.���K C.  Bailey, editor of the News, Chapin*  S. C, These tablets are for sale by all  ruggisls.  BURKED TO DEATH  Two citizens of Chilliwack,  Daniel McKenzie and K. C. Cousins, placed in jail last Saturday  evening for disorderly conduct,  attempted to burn their way out.  The fire they kindled was a success, for it converted the cell into  their own crematory.  A LONG FAST  L-55  Jl   '*?��*  ERNEST J." CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout with electric, lights.  We offer special inducements to travellers as we have the  ���finest sample roiiin*. in the city.    Our   bar  exeells   ail others.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  }  )  ���  ���  Two Si I'ns were an.sted in Grand  Forks last week on a charge of vagrancy, having- been caught begging  from door to dour. Considerable difficulty was experienced in understanding  the   language  of the duskv prisoners.  !' and efforts ot two interpreters failed  ; to enlighten the 'conri. Aft<?r some  J i time it was determined the men were  ( hungry, one "f ihem testifying by  ( ! signs that he had not had a square for  \ il(H) davs. They .vere supplied with  ^ j rice, Hour and tea, and later discharged. ,_/'  BOUNDARY   GREEK   TiMBS  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor:,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:       " Haiwtt,"  I Bedford M'Neill's  Codes < Moreiug & Neal's.  ( Tjeiber's  Greenwood, B. C.  J. P. McLEOD  BARRISTER AND  SOLICITOR  Offices in P.O. Box 31  :   RENDELL BLOCK Phone 81  Over Bank of Montreal  . GREENWOOD, B.C  J. R.  BROWN,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Tel. 92. Notary Public  Offices, Wallace-Miller Block,  Greenwood, B. C.  F. M. LAMB,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office with F. W, McLaine.  Coppre Street. Greenwood, B. C  W. H. JEFFERY.  Consulting Mining Engineer.  Properties examined and  reported   on.    Will  take charge of development work.  ;''"' Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD.  B,   C.  A.HARRYH00K  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  control and umpire  Assays a^Specialty.  j-^-Samples  received by mail  or express assayed and returns  made next day.  ���"���       CORRESPONDENCE   SOLICITED.  GREENWOOD,    ,-    ,    B. C  pr. EDWARD BROWN  Accountant and-Auditor  Commercial and Mining Accounts  solicited. Acting secretary for Mining  Corporations.     u     Greenwood, B. C.  Boundary Creek Times  Issued Cwcry Triday  BV THE ���     . .  Boundary Creek Printing and Pnnlisliing'  CO., Ll.MITIil).        I      .   '   ~  Duncan* Ross" PitEsroBNT  J.��� W. Ei,r.is -    Manager  subscriptions in advance.  Per -Ykak ...: 1   Six Months   To Foreign Countries   .. ' 2 00  .... 1 2*  . .. 2 SO  <UNIO nTJM'Ti-abel**-  "^SnaS*  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, ITO6  The Frisco people, recently  the recipients of a world's generosity in an hour of terrible ca-  4amityrhave-reccvered-sufficiently-  to be treating- their resident Japs  with great inconsideration, even  denying their public schools to  the little brown boys and girls.  Tbe Frisco people were talking  loudly not long ago about "four-  bit" insurance companies. "Four-  bit" citizenship is a poorer asset  for a community than compromising insurance companies. The  trouble may lead to national interference, if not international  inquiry.  If J. J. Hill doesn't look out  he;will find here an illustration of  the Scripture sentence, "While  thy servant was busy here and  there, he was gone." The Boundary Creek and Greenwood district  have been calling lustily to Hill  to hurry his railroad here. There  was a time when he could have  had anything he wanted, but we  believe the sense of a great want  is lessening. He has scorned  Greenwood so long while he has  been busy elsewhere that we may  duly come to think the C. P. R.  is all right.  The trail of the tin can marks  man's march in the west. You  may find it singly by the mountain spring, or some remote camping spot; may find it in dozens by  the prospector's cabin in the  mountains; may nind it in carload lots behind the mine boarding house or the village hotel.  Some day the Kootenay and the  Boundary country will raise' its  own fruit and then the farmers  of the east won't find British  Columbia the snap it is now.  In Seattle public spirited men  are making the city donations of  land for parking purposes, some  of the lands given being worth  large sums of money. If citizens  of Seattle, where land is increasing so fast in value can afford  this, why might not some of the  land-poor of the small towns of  the country emulate them?  There are blocks in Greenwood  that will be vacant years hence,  and tax-bearing meantime that  would make beautiful breathing  spots for the town.  The Socialists and the Labor  party straight had a mix up in  convention in Vancouver a few  days ago, and now we are to have  two political parties where there  was one.  ( If. the people cf Greenwood  | would invest about five thousand  , dollars^' in well applied paint it  ' would improve the town's appear-  ! ance at least one hundred thou-  ' sand dollars.  In regard to the Hindu invasion a delicate matter is likely to  arise���the right of a British citizen in one part of the empire to  seek his livelihood in another  part of the empire. Much blood  and treasure were spent to add  India to the empire. Did the adding of India to the empire, thus  opening up that great region to  British everywhere, open ��� up the  rest of the empire to the people  of India? ���   ��� , . -  j Say, did you read the address  | of the attorney for Countess Cas-  jtellaine in the recent divorce  ;case? Well, wasn't Count Boui  ' the limit?  Gn each day in the year there is an  average of 21 aliens debarred from  entering the port of New York.  Ex-Senator Burton is taking  life easy in Iron ton. ; H is ��� graduation from1 senate to state's prison  was easy and graceful. He went  when he got good and ready, in  the most comfortable way possible via the pass .route, and now  there he lives not on prison fare,  but on the luxury of -home cook-  cooking provided by his wife.  The greater the:'mah the greater  his crime, doesn't seem  to apply.  The Hindu question has not  yet caused us any uneasiness locally. Nor is it likely to, because  the Hindus are not the class of  men fitted to compete with the  sturdy manhood demanded in  mines and smelters. They may  be all right to pile slabs or pick  berries, hut Greenwood is not in  the sawdust or the strawberry  belt at present.  Railroads running-within.three miles  of a county seat in Oklahoma must  build a line through the county seat  and establish a station.  By an imperial Russian decree about  20,000,000 acres of land iii Siberia are  to be sold ro the peasants. Count Vor-  ontzoff has offered his estate, nr-ar  Parlograd, about 80,000 ;'-icres, for sale  to the peasants.  The evidences of improved  conditions are all about us. Families have come into town until  dwellings cannot be .obtained,  even at a slightly advancing rate,  store buildings long closed are  being taken. The stores are doing a good business. ��� The hotels  are filled, labor is difficult to obtain and the mines are operating-  to profitable ends.  In Time of Peace.  In the first mouths of the Russia-  Japan war we Had a striking example  of the necessity fur preparation and  the early advantage of th^.se who, so to  speak, "have shingled their roofs iu  dry weather." The virtue of preparation has made history and given us our  greatest men. The individual as well  as the nation should be prepared for  any emergency. Are you prepared to  successfully combat the first cold you  take? A cold can be cured much ..more  quickly when treated as soon as it h'��s  been contracted and before it has be  come settled in the system. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is famous for its  cures of colds and it should be kept at  hand ready for instant use. For sale  by all druggists.  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr<  G=-*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  0^  Q=^  Cr<  Cr*  Cr<  (T*-*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000  .$10,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $922,418.31  Hon. President:    LoRn Strathcona and Mount Royal. G. C M. G.  President :    Sin Geokois A. IJkdmmond, K. C M. G.  Vice-President ami General Manager :.   E. S, Clouston, '  j   All The Principal   |  Branches in London, Eng. \ ^i/rSi [ New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credit',, available in any part'of the world.  SAVINGS BAM DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at curre.nt rates.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR Manager.  timmm  **=��>  **=**  Jte-9  **2  >=-2  THE CANADIAN BANK  COMMERCE  ~^Kvr*P'aKW��nrxzi KfiV-T^TZWZ,  Paid-up Capital, $10,00,000.flReserve Fundr$lTl����^00  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manager    : ALEX; LAIRD, Asst. Geo! Managa  The Grand Forks Sun "is'authority for the statement that the  Milwaukee road is after the Midway & Vernon. This may be  so, hut even if so, little may come  of it, because it is known that  the Canadian Pacific has been  after it for the last two years,  but thus far has only nearly  got it.  Now that General Manager  Lindsey of the Crow's Nest Coal  company, has got back^from his  southern tour, it may "be that an  adjustment of the coal miners'  strike may be made.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE  New Westminster, B-C.  Receives both ladies and R-eiitlemen as resident or day students. Has a complete'bnsitiess  or commercial course. Prepares students to  grain teachers' certificates of all grades. Gives  the four years'course for the B. A. degree, and  the first year of the of the School of Science  course, in affiliation with Toronto University.  Has a special "Prospectors' Course" for miners  who work in Ii. C.  Instruction is also {riven in Art, Music, Physical Culture and .Elocution.  Term opens September 17. 1906. For calendar','  etc.,address COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  BANK MONEY ORDERS  .   tSSUSO AT THE FOLLOWING BATES *  $5 end wide?  ������������....   s MSMO  Owe* $5 and not esceedina; $10.......  Scents  ���V $io      -�� "        $30...... to cents  w   $30      * * $M.  15 cents  These 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 RAI E AT ,     '  THE CANADIAN BANK. OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent metliod of. remitting small sums of monev  with siitfoty unc* at small cost.  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed on deposits from $1 upwards at current rates.  Greenwood Branch   -.'.. -   -    -   W. ALLISON, Manager.  To Employers of Labor:  Are you' conversant with the Workmen's Coinpensation  Act. The only absolute protection offorded is a Liability Policy. The "OCEAN" Policies, (the largest  accident company in the world, with assets of over  Seven Million Dollars) provides a complete indemnity  against all liability, relieving- you from- all responsibility, worrv and trouble.  Frederic v W;; McLaine,  District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  -ty   ������m������i��nn'iMi��nM  ^iiiiiiuiuniuiiiiiiaiiniiamaiiiiiUHiiiiiaiiUiiiiiiiiiaiui?4  IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT  saExssHHS-sjnaBKa  It affords considerable gratification to announce  to Times readers and the public in general, that we have  secured from the creditors of the J. E. R. Munro Publishing-Co., bankrupt, of San l'rancisco, a limited number of those handsome, valuable and superbly bound de  luxe books���mar.y of which are limited editions. The  prices at which we are enabled to offer these works are  in most cases less than cost ot binding, and consist of  the NEW ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA, Americanized, Seton Thompson's Natural History, the most profusely illustrated and complete work on Nature extant;  the New Scenic Library, that invaluable publication;  Makers of History, Modern and Ancient Classics. Balzac, Bui wer, Cooper, Carl vie, Dickens, Dumas, Motely,  Shakespeare, Ruskin, Thackray, Voltaire, also the  World's Best Poetry, Modern Eloquence, and many  others  We have secured th; services of Col. J. B. Quin to  conduct this sale, and those who would like to take advantage of the sale will do well to telephone to tiie  Imperial, and samples and prices will be submitted for  inspection.  ^������X^XK-**-****^  HXyand  X  irxxumantnMt  I ain now conducting- the wood business  formerly owned by Hugh' McKee'and am pre-  prepared to supply the best quality of wood  at lowest prices. Good wood and good  measure.    Phone your orders.  ��  LIVERY  ���   . ���      . ��  Tbe best of Horses and Rigs at all times. i  HAY, GRAIN AND FEED STORE j  Chopped   Feed,   Hay   and   Grain. |  Livery Plione 19.- Feed Store Phone 124 f  GEO. H. CROPLEY,  Proprietor.  sc 4��-&4* 4- 4* 4*4* ^4? ���fr-fr-fr^-i* 4-*^4'*>&*4,>l,,i*4''^-*f**fas  3mmmn��!ffliiffl��m!Wffln mm mimmmmwwwmms;  .a  4*  4��  4��  4*  4*  4��j  ���  4��i  4��l  If IE1I8II  EJlectric  current   supplied    for  *  4��  4=  +  ^4*4*4 &&&4*$*4*4*'$^J)4*4*4i4?4l:4t4'4'4*4*-4*4' %  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating*. <������ Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  :  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  *gmm \L.  11.  TOWN TOPICS   ((  Gorman West camedownfrom West-  bridge yesterday.  Mrs. Fred Anderson came over from  her ranch, near Molson, Wash., yesterday and will spend a few days in the  city.  W. T.  Hunter has  returned after a  three weeks'  visit to  his old Dakota  home.   We are glad to see the man  ag-er of the "Big- Store"   back  looking  so well.  There is considerable inquiry for real  estate. ^The^firm^of^Gaunce^&jWick^,  wire reports the sale of seven  lots and  two houses in the last thirty days, bur  at prices that are at a sacrifice.  Don't forget the lecture next Thurs  day evening in the Presbyterian  church. This lecture was given in  Greenwood several years ago - nd is  being repeated by request, and for the  benefit of the church. '  Robert Wood, just in from Beaver  dell, reports everything moving along  smoothly at the Sally, and good progress being made on getting out another  car of iirst-clasf ore. The ore body  has not yet been reached in the new  crosscut, but rapid progress is being  made toward the point where it is  looked for.  Late adviies from Fernie indicate  that the parties at variance over the  fuel question there appear to be getting  together. It looks as il' the difficulties  would all be smoothed out in a few  days at latest, and work resumed. The  question naturally arises thai if, after  several weeks of sulking, occasioning  great anxiety and even expense to fuel  users everywhere, the parties can get  together, why might this have not been  realized at tho outset and much loss  and bad feeling saved?  Copper sheets are first hot rolled from  a copper cake. The cake is cast in an  open mold and is left as it comes from  it. The top side of the cake is rough  and usually full of., minute blow holes.  Dross or other imperfections are always  found on this side. Iu this condition  the copper is hot rolled, tinned and  then cold rolled if required. Any blow  hole, piece or scale, or p.i rticle of'dross,  becomes elongated in the roll.  Nearly 6,000 women .ire employed ia  the mines of Great Britain, none u��-  ierg-K-HStl, hoTreVer.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Naden-Flood  block.  Mrs. Smnh of Beaverdell, is  visiting friends in the city.  Mrs. Capt. Swayne is visiting  friends in Grand Forks this week.  Mrs.,Thos. Walsh leaves today  for a -visit to old home in Pembroke, Ont.  The small stores are all busy  and the large ones rushed with  business these days.  P. F. Ketchum (mayor), and  Thomas McCauley of Beaverdell,  were in the city this week.  Mrs. G. Arthur Rendell has returned to Greenwood after a prolonged, and, we trust, a pleasant  visit east.  Phoenix city council is offering  $500 for the capture of the person  guilty of setting the town hall  on fire recently.  Arnold Hallett has leased the  skating rink for the coming  season of 1906-07, and is putting  it in tip top shape.  The Sunday School of the Presbyterian church will hold its  Christmas entertainment on Friday, December 21st.  The Power company is putting  the grounds around its plant in  fine order. The place will be  attractive when completed.  Dick Hodgins, for a long time  with Russell-Law-Caulfield, has  returned to Greenwood and is in  the employ of Geo. H. Cropley.  We are glad to note that E. W..  Bishop is able to again be around  town. He had a severe time of  it but is now recovering rapidly.  Tom Skeffing'toti, an old timer of  Wellington camp, and familiarly  known as."Alfalfa Tom," is now  located at Goldfields, Nevada.  Tom sends word that he is prospering. -  Mrs. Radcliff and her daughter,  of New Denver, have leased the  dining room and rooms of the  Kootenay hotel. Mrs.. Radcliff  is an experienced caterer and will  no doubt enjoy a good patronage.  The Kettle river has risen  wonderfully in the last week and  fording the river at Midway has  become dangerous. Unavoidable  delay in receipt of timbers for  the new bridge has caused considerable inconvenience to travel  Mr. and Mrs. David Banner-  man, who have been residents of  Greenwood for seven or eight  years, left for the, coast the early  part of the week.* We regret the  removal from town of  men like Mr. Bannerman  energetic  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Wallace-  Miller block.  Born���On Friday, November 2,  to Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Lamb, a  daughter.  Hon. W. S. Fielding, recently  unseated for corrupt practices by  agents, was re-elected on Wednesday last by Qucens-Shelburne,  by a majority increased from 385  to 865.  A large number of people enjoyed the ball given in the Reliance block on Wednesday evening  last, under the auspices of the  local lodge of Odd Fellows. Supper was served by the ladies of  the guild in connection with St.  Jude's church. "Delightful". is  the adjective being generally used  by those there.  Spencer Banerman came down  from the West Fork on Tuesday  and is spending the week in the  city. Mr. Banerman has been  working all summer on his properties and lias just finished two  assessments each on the Headlight, Clatama and Arlington  claims on Wallace mountain. On  the Clatama an exceptionally fine  body of copper ore was opened  up and assays give 7 per cent  copper, and good values in gold  and silver.  The telephone company is to  be commended for the great improvements made in its district  service. Although we cannot admire the aTray of poles, except  from the standpoint of their fine  quality, we do admire the company's intention to prevent their  defacement by having bills pasted  on them. And now if the company will clean up the loose rocks  and rubbish around the foot of  their poles before winter all will  be well.  Duncan Ross, Esq., M. P., returned on Friday afternoon from  a fortnight's trip through the  western part of his constituency, visiting Vernon, Kelowna,  Peachland, Summerland, Lumby,  Armstrong, Enderby, Penticton  and other- points in the Okanagan. He was accompanied on  the trip by J. A. McDonald,. Esq.,  leader of the opposition in the  Provincial legislature. The gentlemen were banqueted ' by the  Vernon Liberals on Tuesday evening.  SCHOOL REPORT  The Midway Irrigation Ditch  company has completed the big  irrigatingditch-and are-sabdivid-  ing their land prior to placing  the same on the market in a very  short time. The prices will be  very moderate.  The Printer and Publisher,  published in Toronto, says, Robert Mathison, dentist, practicing  in Greenwood, is reputed to have  founded the first job printing  plant in Vancouver. He recently  paid a visit to his old home there.  The Miners' union has taken a  lease on the Miller store on Copper street, second door south of  Center street. This room will  not only be used as an office and  reading room, but will accommodate the Union's general meetings.  At the Methodist church next  Sunday the morning subject will  be "Christ Instituting the Lord's  Supper," and the' evening subject  "How Death Begets Life." Reception of new members and Sacrament of the Lord's supper at  close of evening service.  Wm. Hunter of Silverton, was  in the city this week, meeting old  acquaintances. He came down  from Phoenix, where he owns one  of the largest mercantile stores in  that city. Mr. Hunter devotes  the larger portion of his time to  mining; in the Slocan.  Aimer Collier, an old miner of  the West Fork, came in from  Spokane on Tuesday, where he  been taking a look at the outside  world for three weeks. Mr. Collier went back up to Beaverdell.  where he is preparing to work  the Cranbrook claim this winter.  Following is the report of the public  school for the month of October:  Division I.���J. Iy. Watson, teacher.  Pupils actually attending.  30  Average daily   altendance...  28.41  Percentage :  94.70  Average daily attendance for October, 1905  21.67  Pupils present every session���Flora  Arctiambault, Kate Bernard, John  Galloway, Grace Holmes, Theodore  Hunter, Marion MacBain, Gertie Mc  lntire, Annie Pront, George Redpath  and Willie White.  QDivision II.���C. M. Martin,   teacher.  Pupils actually attending  52  Average daily attendance  45.50  Percentage  87 50  Average daily attendance for October, 1905 .'  31.95  . Pupils present every session���Bar-  nie Archambault, Joe Archambault,  Ruth Bernarn, Leo Barnett, Thelma  Chambers, Jimmie Dermody, Maude  Eah s, Arthur Eales, "George Bales,  Russell Hunter, Harold Hunter, Alex  Hunter, Edward Hardy, Ellen Hardy,  Rose May, Donald McAllister, Anna  M'icKenzie, Bert Oliver, Hazel Red-  path, Grace Kedpath, Ward Storer and  Dick Taylor.  From the above it will be seen that  the avetage attendance for October  this year over October last is nearly 50  piT cent.  Messrs. George K. Williams and  Julius Ehrlich have acquired the Carmi  mine, on the West Fork, of E. H.  Thruston, Esq., under a lease and  bond.  The Carmi is admitedly a mine and  is in good condition to keep the 10-  stamp mill on the property steadily at  work.  The price of the property has not  been made public.  MIDWAY ft VERNON  A very encouraging report in connection with the Midway & Vernon  appears in the Canadian, of Nelson,  sent out from-Grand Forks. We have  been at some pains to verify the report  but so far have been unable to. Of  course a certain amount of sec*ecy  must naturally atcach to all transactions of so important a character, and  as the promoters reside in Greenwood,  this may be the last place in which to  get the information, but we feel quite  certain that the deal is not yet consummated. What may transpire in  the next week or ten days it is impossible to say, but we trust that the story  that comes from our neighboring- town  may be essentially true. Meantime  the Greenwood interests represented on  the West Fork may take what encouragement they are able to out of the  published statement and await its confirmation later.  MANY BANKERS ARRESTED  St. Louis, Oct. 26.���The annualie-  port of Secretary James R. Branch of  New York, af* the meeting of the bankers' association, showed that during  the year there were 179 arrests made  for criminal irregularities in banking  circlea, of which 115 have been convicted and 35 are awaiting trial. The  total paid membership on August 31,  1906, was 8,383. The aggregate capital,  surplus and deposits of the membership  is $12,514,846,572.  NECESSARY DECEPTIONS  If 'syerybody woke up one morning  and began to tell the truth, the world  would go mad. The art of gentle  deception is one of the necessary decencies of liffi.--The Sketch.  REFERRED TO BRITAIN  Let Nicholas II look at Great Britain  and he will see that the greatest Sovereign in Europe at the present hour  is a constitutional monarch, his uncle,  King Edward VII.���Petit Parisien.  HIS SENTENCE  "You say you wouldn't like to get  out?" exclaimed the prison visitor.  "Why, I thought you were in for life."  "Oh, worse than that, ma-am," replied  the convict. "I'm in for a double life.  I've got two wives waiting outside."  FLAGS READY BY DECEMBER  Another firm. Woods Limited of Ot  lawa, has been given a share of the  contract for supplying flags for the  schools. The flags will have to be ready  on December20, as they are to be flying-  over the school houses on the first of  January, and for this reason the contract has been divided into four parts.  Over 1,400 flags have been ordered and  it is expected that there will be some  difficult v in g-etting them ready in time  and then it will take some time for  shipment. The other firms who have  co n ti acts are the Consolidated Station-  ! erv Co. J   Kobm-on & Co. and Eatons.  ���Winnipeg Telegram.  LOOKING AHEAD  G. T. P- Makes Future Business by   Backine.PreAejnyMujstries,._  Vancouver, Oct. 27. ���That in future  years freight-carrying business may  be secured for its line, the Grand TrunK  Pacific is at present backing, by financial aid and moral support, several  large manufacturing and industrial  projects on the northern coast of British Columbia.    ��  Already a saw mill has been  established and several small industrial un  dertakings are being pushed at Prince  Rupert by reputed  agents of the railway company.  But the two largest projects so far  actively assisted by the Grand Trunk  Pacific people are the establishment of  a large pressed brick manufacturing  plant and th * starting up of a fishery  and curing outfit on Prince of Wales  island. Iu the first of these, the railway company has guaranteed, it is  said, an investment of $300,000. The  financing of the fishery busine��s is to  be carried o..t withiu the next three  weeks. ^   The amount of coal used iti the manufacture of coke in 1905 was 49,530.677  short tons, valued at $50,614,674.    The  value of the coke produced  from this  coal  was $72,476,1%,  making a difference of $21,761,522 aa representing the  profits on   the coking operations, less  the co:t of manufacture and the expense  of administration and selling.  In 1904 the value of the , coal   used was  $37,133,832, and the value of  the  coke  j produced was $46,026,183,  a difference  ! to  cover   all   expenses and profits of  1 $3,892,351.  FOR SALE.  Two three roomed houses on one lot  situated on Gold Street, for sale cheap.  Apply to Ai.pho>:sikk Giroux.  G��l<i Street.  LARGEST STOCK IN  THE BOUNDARY TO  SELECT FROM.   PRICES  15c, 20c and $L00  DON'T   FAIL  TO   SEE  .7 rr��._   orrr\r\tr-  ���-*n���o-rv-A-5-iv-  BEFORE  BUYING.---v  v -VV  *     */m.      t/0*,      .������k     ~-��fc  III:  iino u*  BOOKSELLERS,  - STATIONSRS  -���OFFICE SUPPLIES.  Copper St.  Phone 33  "5 **��i****��Sf'SSS'S-lS'SfS-* ��*!��������!&�� # ty -ft in'*��* ���:  *���  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  'ty  ty  ���ty  ty  ���.ty  ii  ty  ty  ������i&XX^KtytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyZ'tytytyty  ���*" 19 18     *' %U,t ';:-   '  ��      a    if 1  *'���   'I    1st  ��  ��    *  INGENIOUS DEVICES  1 .. DEALERS IN ...  ty :t  ty 15  ty \&  ty ty  �� .          ������                                                                                                                                                                                                                      C*  I   '   West) antf "Cured meats I  ty "*���  i Fisb and Poultry*        ��� S  *��� **���������>  ���:��� -s  *' 'S  *��� *s  ���S ty  ty 1  ty <  ty \  ty      . .                        <  ���S ty tyty tytyty tytytyty ty ty tytyty ty tytyty tytytytytyiitytytytytyty^l*-r^tytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyty  ���r -'W"rW '"\ff\r ���**WU^/W-'\��,  W Mis/  Just   received  a fine xarload of   Eastern  Oysters,  Clams, Crabs, Lobsters and all kinds of  Shell Fish  i*-m*-ni��nn*---'*'"'iiij*-f"ii*:*"VE^^^  T,^   Y77   T  a&b  "fl     1  !utuculjir  Airmen Haddie, Salmon, Halibut, Kippered Herring  Mtvinraio Jit-st-Mim-m w-a.-incu^uiitini ir-r.ta suitiijatJiustra: a ry-awju  *r-.tr_srn.inft7ri*ref'''*-*v��^��-'*^'-',f^^  HE,  The range of human ingenuity shown  in mine promotion would be more commendable if it were  always free from  the taint of dishonesty.    We  recall in  this connection   the  use  of an  armed  guard at the  ore   houses   and over the  shipments of low grade ore  made by a  company that was in dire need of funds  with   which Le continue   some exceedingly   promising'   development   work.  The ruse worked nicely   and gave publicity   to   the   stock  of  the   cowipauy,  which  subsequently  sold  rapidly  and  gave   the   money    needed.     With   the  declaration  of dividends  from  money  received from the sale of stock  we are  familiar, and doubtless all  agreed that  such   rascality   should   be prosecuted  vigorously.    Not  less reprehensible is  the practice of a company operating in  one' of the boom districts  of Nevada  We have the information  at first hand  from a responsible engineer that barren  rock  is  being   sacked   and ostensibly  shipped  from   the camp by this  company,   stock   in   which  is  at  present  worthless. Photographs of sacks of ore  piled on the dump and  loaded on wagons are being used to attract  attention  tolhis   proposition which,   we are- informed,   is  practically without   merit.  The   procedure   simulates to  a   nicety  that of honest companies making genuine shipments, and, like all frauds, is  designed to  play  on the  gullibility of  the public.    EiKe most   frauds, also,'it  probably   will  survive  for a time, and  those who  are deceived   thereby   will  probably     "take"    their      medicine,"  though, as we  have stated  elsewhere,  there is ample recourse at-law.  mmmuL  �������-itimmwtnn ir h'iti���ni\uuuiitnt immtrtu*irijusnu��tmw��ne."-mufenimwi'-r.ffu��w��  iiumi' -n:; ta*M****' :v."* **' tv*vn> ����� ir- nauuHiri.-nwuiM i7i'n'>uxe^*iiDri.uiii*^-rwi*Tba)r^t��>rntrutiiti  tth.���  O���  Copper: Street;  ��#  nnX*  )0':  ��  '^>.'"^-.^*V*.*''%i'.<--\j1^*Ar-*v'V-^  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.  ���" -   N'AMB OF COMPANY.  AUTHOR-  IKED  CAPITA]..  Cariboo-McKimie.v��� g-old   Gran by-Consolidated- copper  ��� ��� Providence���silver   S 1,230,000  15,000,000  200,000  Issued  1,250,000  1.35U.000  40,000  Par  $1  SlOO  $5  DIVIDENDS.  Paid  1906  S810,000  Total  to Date  S5'6,S37  943,630  22,224  "Latest  Date  Feb. 1904  May, 1906  Oct.. 1904  Ain't       )  Per       \  Share     )  .04  3.00  .10-  ii'A*^A��A��r/\��/'A^/*Ay^-'Vi-*\~,'J,\.'>'JVu'J\v  8:15 a.m.  8:15 a.m.  8:15 a.m,  8:15 a.m.  Spokane. Sen ttle.  Everett, I'en'nijr-  liam, Vancouver.  Victoria and all  Coast points  Spokane, Pernio,  Winnipeg-, St.Paul  Minneapolis   Grand  Forks, Republic. Marcus   Nortltport.    Rossland. Nelson  ���   8M5 a.m,   Kaslo, Sandon   C:05 s,m.|g  6:05 B.m. fS  6:05 p.m  NOTICE.  "Tlie Cairiifronii Fractional" Mineral Claim  situate in the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District. Where located: Iu Loii��  Lake Camp.  TAKE . NOTICE H1.1l I, M. J. M. Wood,  Agent for the Vancouver aud Boundary  Creel- 'Developing- &��� Minincr Company, Ltd.  Lty., Free Miner's Certificate No. B93033, and  Charles I/. Thomet, Free Miners' Certificate  No. J365S9, intend, sixty days from the dale  hereof, to apply to the Minincr Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining a Crown Giant of theabove claim,  ^"^l^.furj^^tar'e notice that action, under  section 37, must t3e^o��imTnc^~Sef67e~fie=="s-  suauceof such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 32ud dav of June, A D. 1906.  '42-50 M. J. M. WOOD.  MINERAL, ACT  6:0 5 Din  Connecting at Spokaucu'ith tlie famous  "ORIENTAL    LIMITED."  2    Daily   Overland  Trains   2  From Spokane for Wiunipi.-s.;,  St. Paul, Minneapolis, St. Louis,  Chici*jro and all points east.  For complete information,  rates, berth reservations, etc.,  call on or address  M. M. STEPHENS.  'Agent, Phoenix.  S, G. YERKES,  A P.A..Seattle.  u.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  "London" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining- Division of Yale District.  Where  located:    In  Deadwood Camp.  .--pAKE  NOTICE   that   I, Arthur Murdoch  ���^ Whiteside, actinj,' as a.ureiit for F. F.  Ketchum,- Free Miner's Certificate No. 1*93037,  and Oeorg-e M. Foster, Free Miner's Certificate  No. P.i>554. intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a  certificate of Improvements, for the prrposcof  obtaining- a Crown Or rant of their interests in  the above claim.  And further take notice that action, undei  si-cuou 3", must he commenced before the issn-  aii.'i1. of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this l?th dav of June. A.D. l'Wi.  42-53 A. M. WHITESIDE.  ��r��*���  Sells More of Chamfierlain's Cough  Remedy Than of All Others  Put Tof/ether. ���  Mr. Thos. George, a merchant.at Mt.  Elgin, Ontario, says: "I have had the  local agency for Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy ever since it was introduced  iuto Canada, and I sell as much of it  as I do of all other linesT have on my  shelves put together, Of the many  dozens sold tinder guarantee, I have  not had one bottle returned. I can  personally recommend this medicine as  I have used i; myself and given it to  my children and always with the best  results."    For sale by all druggists.  Assays are not commonly made at  the gold mines of the southern Appalachians. As a general rule the value  of the ore is measured only by the recovery on the plates and by chlorina-  tion. As the ores from several pre  bodies are genera'ly run through the  mill promiscuously, it is difficult to  determine the value of any one lot.  When it is found that the, returns are  running below the profit line, steps are  taken to determine which particular  ore,: body is responsible for the-decreased values, and no more ore is  shipped from that point for a time. The  system appears almost incredible to  Western operators, who make daily  assays of their faces of ore, in order  to know just what they are taking out.  THE STOCK MARKET,  MINERAL, ACT.  CexUncate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Victor Fractional'  Mineral Claim,  situate  the Greenwood   Minincr   Division   of  V:  District.    Where loci ted:   I n Co-.;)-*' O-. ���;  TAKE NOTICE that I.e.,?:. .SIlt.v. -i:s-  for Andrew Tliistt-d. F-iv Mim'r'- (\-���:������  cate No. B3S470. and Patrick '.Tin;:::! ���,,.>,:  Free Miner's Certificate No. ':--"'-:;.  tend, sixty days from the 'iu-.' iisr-' ,f. t .".���  to the Mining-"Recorder fo- a C*" -ii 'i.-n- :��� :<i i-  provements, for tlie p::-po-ie o; f!h-.,-;i:;i:-.'4-  Cr��**rn Grant of the atior^ claim.  Ard  fnither take T'tice  that action.  ;::u!  section 37, most be  commenced  btfore  i':-.s-.  suance of such Certificate of Impro-.rner.t.^.  Dated this 26th dav of March. A. D. 1506.  31-39 C.��."SEAV.-  AUNERAL ACT. .  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  .'Climax"  Mineral Claim, situ.-'.te in the Greeti-  .   U'uod   Miniii^r   Divisiini   of    Yale    District  Where located:     In Skylark Camp.  ���"pAKE KOTICE that  I,  Ed.  II.  Mortimer.  * Free Miner's Certificate Xo. H2014. acting  as airent for Arthur M. I'elly.Free Miner's Cer-  tificale Xo. R837S7. inlend .sixty days from tlie  date hereof, to apply to the Mininir Recorder  for a Certilicate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining- a Crown G rant of theabove  claim.  And further take notice that action under'sec-  tioti 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 25th dav of l.i:i-.  \ ') I ���>,.        ���;.?;_  MINERAL ACT  1896.  uenificate of Improvements  NOTTCE.  EUREKA    FRACTIONAL     Mineral    Claim  sittiatp in the  "reenwood   Mining-   Division  of Vale District.    Where locmeil*      Iu Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. JE.  Shaw, ag-eut  for   Oinifj--   '���Vcliwood.   "ree   Miner's    Certilicate     No.     ���',. Ss542,   and      Herbert     Hamlin,  I'n-e     Miner's     Certificate     Xo.     f*?2*l'>3.     intend, sixty days from tiie date hereof, to apply  to Cue Minir.i; R.ecoriier for a Certificate of  Improvements   f.ir  the purpose of obtaining-  a  Crown Grant of the above.claim,  And further take notice that action, under  section 37:  must be commenced before the issuance of sacii Certificate of Improvements.  . Dated this 17th day of May, A. D. 1906.     33-4* ,  Following are the quotations  week:  ASKED.  American Boy.... 04  Canadian Goldfields ..      .OS-^  Cariboo   McKinney 03,J4  C. M. & S. Co. of Can..150.00  Granby 14.75  Gianl '.       .02  Hecla     3.20  International Coal 62  Monte Cristo. 02j4  Jumbo !' 20  Novelty  02  North Star 15  Rambler-Cariboo 32  Sullivan  ll^  Snowstorm     2 10  White Bear  10  Roselle    25  Poplar Cre'k(Mohican)     .12  for this  BID.  .02  .08  .02  140.00  14.50  .01  3.10  .60  .02  .08  ���oiy2  .14  .30^  .10  1.96  .09  .23  .10  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  LONDON    Mineral   Claim,   situate   in    the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.   Where located:   In Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE That I, John P. McLeod,  Free Miner's   Certificate  No.   B9L656,  as  a?ent lor Randolph Stuart. Free Miner's Certilicate No. B91,625 and Charles J. McArthur  Free Miner's   Certificate No. B91,5~5,  intend  sixty days from tbe date hereof,   to apply to  the Mining Pecorder for a Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of   obtaining-   a  Crown Grant of our interestiu theabove claim.  And   further take notice that action   under  section ."m. must be commenced   before the  is-  uanceof such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 21st dav of April. A. D. 1906.  35-43 J. P. McLEOD.  Qt-   ��arO*  ��&���  Progress and development are terms  closely identified with life in the West. In  a new country people are working daily  for the upbuilding of town, city and disx  .trict, ��i:d for ll*.e improven-.entof the con^  ditions under which men and women are  called upon to live. Every act of daily life  that tends to bettering one's surroundings  makes directly or indirectly for the im/  provement of society generally. In all this  the local newspaper plays an important  part, Among its local readers it stimulates  an increasing interest in their home city,  keeping them posted on all local happen/  ings, and becomes a welcome weekly  messenger, bearing bright and welcome  tidings, Arnon*? its outside readers it  forms a valuable advertising medium  making known the merits, advantages and  prospects of the city and attracting thither  citizens who want employment, business ���  firms looking for locations, and capitalists  seeking investments, In the upbuilding  of a town, city or district the local paper  is an important factor.  For nice ��� resh flowers for funerals  decorations and weddings, write or tel  ephone Spokane Florist Co., Main 5,  Spokane. 5-30  e,i iwiui >u*��X ^inwr^jiiL f-'uxjenn'ktk* nutWJd *.-mr. uar^t.  , jMiw.-tMnc-aiunt ���r.rr**' *". vntutc m rtvjT-J* u*��  The Boundary Creek Times aims to do  its full and complete share in the upbuild/  ing and improvement of Greenwood and  the Boundary district. It is not handi.  capped in its work by any restraining ob/  ligations to any party, clique or corporar-  tion, but it is free at all times to rise up  and promote the best interests of the City  of Greenwood and its people. To^ do this  niost thoroughly and satisfactorily the  Times must have the support and coopera/  tion of the citizens of Greenwood,  Every effort is being put forth to make  the Times the class of newspaper the*  people want, Increasing attention is being  continually paid to mining news, especi/  ally of that nature that will interest those  employed in the work' as well as those  whose capital is invested in the properties,  With this end in view we aim to have  A'Subscriber in Every Home  As a result of the efforts that have already  been put forth, we believe that an increase  interest is already being taken in its news  columns. We have evidences of this from  the fact that the subscripiion list is already  growing! the street sales are increasing  weekly and the news dealers find more  demand for each succeeding issue, This'is  a satisfactory condition of affairs that acts  in two ways, It increases me revenue of  the circulation department and it makes the  paper a first/class advertising medium for  local business men,  In handling local advertising every effort  if putTorth to protect the Greenwood mer/  chani The local page is reserved for them  and foreign advertising has been repeatedly  refused because the advertising -manager  refused to disturb the positions held bv local  advertisers.  Business men of Greenwood, we are here  to protect and advertise you, "We are pro/  tecting you! Do you advertise? Read The  Times^ subscription $2,00 per year,  Advertise in the Times, Rates Reasonable  nuuniuarUiAi^  Si  The   Boundary  Creek   Times   Printing-  and ~3  Publishing Co., Limited. *"2S  DijNca-s Ross. Pres.     H. O. Lamb, Man. Ed. 3  " F>Ir-i'orv!*=    2S. ""3  iuumuiiiuuuumiiiUiiuuiauiiiiiiiiitiiuumiiuaiiuiitt^-  -^ BOUNDARY   GREEK Ti MES.  lis.  THE WEALTH OF ALASKA  The Great Mineral Storehouse oi North  America.  What the interim' of Africa was to  Europe as an unknown and explorative  land, that'Alaska ami the Yukon is it.  Canada and the Unitirl Kt.ites. Must  of 'ho other states of North America  are so well known that little new is  expected of them. Even Mexico, a  coming mining country, is but a resurrection of an old and lon-r-known  country and ancient civilization. But  Alaska has all the charm of. novelty,  all the interest of exploration and that  peculiar interest which attaches to Ihe  gradual development, progress aud  building up of a pioneer slate or lei'ii-  tory.  Geolog-ically am topographically  there is no other part of America like  it. Glance for a moment at that extra  ordinally-fShaped region, with its wonderful ragg-ed coast line, relics of a  once much more extended continent, a  region torn to tatters on the edges by  glaciers and glacial action producing a  coast line by its fjords aud old glacial  islet extensions comparable to and resembling the northern coast of the  Scandinavian peninsula but Far sur  pasc.ing it in wildness of outline. It  is a region, too, in its upper extension.  where the extreme of tire and water  meet, where there are glaciers and ice  sheets on one hand, and on the other,  like the Antarctic region with ��� its  Erebus and Terror, there are living,  active volcanoes, and more than that,  new ones lately formed and others  likely to form [and burst forth at any  moment:.  Then consider the wonderful dicov-  eries of mineral wealth, such as those  of the Nome and other excitements,  and gradually as researches are being  extended, Alaska appears to be a treasure-house containing within its boundaries representatives of so, many of  those minerals, so much desired elsewhere but - so rarely found, such as  platinum, tin and other unusual and  valuable ores.. Coal, too, even anthracite, so much wanted notoniy in Alaska  itself, but all down the notoriously  coalless Pacific coast, is found here.  There are good signs of oil, too; in  fact, what known mineral product is  there that Alaska has not got, or that  may hot yet be discovered?  The miner-sl discoveries are very like  those of the Rocky mountains generally. At first it is placer gold; then  placer gold is traced to its source in the  rocks, and gold mines on vein leads  are established; silver and .lead mines  follow. All attention1 is at first concentrated on these valuable metals, and  later, and very gradually, as the < oun-  try bi ilds up, it is turned to such products as coal, building stone, clays, etc.  These one by one are discovered and  fiall in line, and not improbably the  time will come when there will be a  search for the rarer miner lis, such as  uranium andothers, and as in Colorado  the demand for any rare mineral has  been promptly followed by its discovery and supply, so there is no knowing  =;-what=Alaska=may-br-iiig=forth-or-,when.  she may astonish the world. It is a  new country of almost unlimited possibilities. - Mining Reporter.  THE MERCHANT'S CORNER  A Police Officer's Evidence  INDIGESTION AND CONSTIPATION CURED  Mr. Alexander Gordon, a retired Police Sergeant.  of Merry Street, Motherwell, says:���" Up to two or  three years ago I enjoyed excellent health. Then iny  bowels became disordered and I suffered most fearful  pain. Indi' estion also attacked me and eating became  very unpleasant on account of the nauseous after-effects  and bad taste in the mouth. I also suffered from  weakness and terrible pains in the back.  I was very ill when Bileans were brought to my  notice. I decided to give them a trial. Obtaining u  supply, I was delighted to find that soon after commencing the course I obtained relief. I persevered,  with the result that the constipation and back pains  were overcome, arid the indigestion dissappeareil.  I am now as healthy as ever and can eat my food with  relish."    CHANGE   OF   .SEASON  AILMENTS'.  LL modern science goes to prove  that herbal medicines are  vastly superior to those containing mineral ingredients. The herbs of the field and the trees of the  forest constitute nature's "medicine chest;" and the highest benefit which  science can confer on man is the discovery of nature's medicinal balms  and essences, and their preparation in form suitable for use by the people.  Bileans for Biliousness���the great Australian cure for indigestion, headache, debility, liver trouble, etc.���are purely vegetable. They are entirely  different and superior to ordinary liver and stomach medicines. It is well  known that liver medicines hitherto in use mostly contain bismuth, mercury,  and other harmful mineral products, and rely upon these ingredients for  their temporary effects. These mineral constituents are very injurious if taken  for long, and produce such effects as that of loosening the teeth, causing the  hair to fall out, etc. Bileans-are entirely superior. They are compounded from  extracts and juices of the finest known medicinal plants. In taking them there  is no fear whatever of any harmful secondary effects. They cure that which  they are taken to cure, and do not leave behind them evils worse than the  original ones. They do not merely purge and weaken, like the old-fashioned  medicines, or do the work which the liver and stomach should do. They ton��t  up and enable these organs to fulfil their proper functions, so that when a cure  is effected and Bileans are left off, the organs remain strong and healthy. Users  of Bileans need therefore never fear their use will lead to the contracting  of the terrible''pill-taking" habit  m  At this time o" the year the body needs toning up to mem  the demands that will be made upon it by the coniintr  winter. Signs ol: this need are headache spells, a wealth  "run down" feeling, biliousness,indigestion, etc. A short  course of Bileans will Intro the elt'cct of toning iip an  bracing up the whole system.  BILEAN .*.'���  FOR   BILIOUSNESS;  .CURE  Headache, Constipation. I'iles, Liver Troubles, . Indiaestinn  Palpitation, Loss of Appetite,' Fla'ulence, Dizziness,. DeliilUv.  An-emitt, and all female Ailments. Of all Druggists, 50o per box.  or post tree from the liilenn Co.,Toronto, upon receipt of prie".  . 6 boxes for S2 :-0.  Cut this out and po-  to Bilean Co., Toronto  with cent stamp to pa -.  ieturn postage, and fie.  sample box Will be sen  you.  Boundary Creek  Times  siiiiininsiis  .87-i v?xJ^m^^T&?^mJ3 J53L  lifework, however lofty the aims and  aspirations .may be, that can neglect  the cardinal virtue���punctuality. It  s just as essential to the clerk in the  store. Punctuality must become a part  of his very life He can never become  a, necessity to Ins employer unless he is  in season and out of season. Neither  employcr nor customer can rely on him  unless "Ou Time" is his 'motto.  Another way to make himself valuable  is,. to be truly polite, to customers.  Manners cer'.ainiy make the clerk.  Civility is the clerk's capital.  The more civil he is, the more g-oods  he will sell, No customer likes to  trade with a clerk whoisco'd and gruff  and rude, no matter what bargains he  may be offering-Unit they v. ill go again  and again to the store to be served by  the clerk who is civil and courteous.  Such clerks never fail to secure the  general g-ood will, the hearty support  and patronage of all with whom ��� they  come in contact.  &-9.  ���.���=*-"--  Some Hints on How to Be a Good  Salesman-  Ou entering tlie service of au employer, it is the duty of every clerk to  ask himself the question. "What  methods can I employ to make myself  most valuable to my employer in his  efforts to increase his profits?" First,  I should say, exercise common sense,  for common sense in the salesroom, as  elsewhere,.is simply the ability to &ee  the relation of thing's, and to make  every condition, tidver.se or otherwise,  its servant. Next, a good clerk, must  learn to adapt himself to his surround  inijs. to various people, to the changing-  moods of the same people aud to the  different situations and circumstances  with which he comes in contact.  ���As the nature of trade changes., as  times are g-ood or bad, as customers are  easy or hard to please, and as the  numerous chances of business are  every day presented to him, l.e must  be ever on the ;��� lert and quick to adjust  himself to all these and the thousand  other circumstances of his business  world. The clerk who goes ->bout the  store with a clouded brow, a lag-g-ard  step, and an expression of weariness  and disgust, never makes a success.  But to inspire confidence in his work  he must be alert, energetic, bright of  countenance and elastic '.if step as if  labor was really enjvyable; for ii is the  person who appears to delight in his  vacation who wins.  PUNCTUALITY.  The  clerk  wtio  would   be   valuable  must be punctual.    There is no line of  Damascus, said to be the oldest: of  existing- cities, is losing' its character.  A Belgian company is cutting- through  it with an'electric street railway and is  sprinkling electric lights in its ancient  streets. The motive power for these  installations is derived from the Harnessing-of the river f.ilis 22 inilcf- off.  Three and a half miles of the street  railway are already being laid. Traffic  on the. Hej.-iz railway, which some day  may reach Meet'.;;, limis ;> convenient  entrepot in the obi-time, emporium of  the slow moving caravan.  Peru has the reputation of being on  of the most, itilfhiy mineralized countries of Somh Anv.-ri-'M. V.medium  has been f.iUU'l in e.ei lain ���"���'al lie'.es,  and liiso'iith ha- also in.'-ii ii:>'-ove:vil.  Neither tiiine;;''. has ���-en ���-.xi.��l>.<iV- cl.  The copper iswlu-try is uf e-tiipar.'.t; voly  recent date and be-au with th- denr...-e..  iation of silver in the "60>. '*-oid ts  found chiefly free <-r in combination  with sulphide--..  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations,  ANY available Dominion Lauds within the  Railway Belt iu British Columbia, may  be liomcstcndcd by any person who is the sole  head of a family, or any male over 18 years of  aire, to tlie extent of one-quarter section of ICO  acres, more or less.  "-'Entry must be;made .personally at the local  laud office for the district in which the laud is  situate.  The homesteader is required to perform the  conditions connected therewith under one of  the following- plans:  il) -At least six months* residence upon aud  cultivation of the land in each year--for three  years.  (2) "If the father (or mother, if the father is  deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the  requirements as to residence may be satisfied  by such person residing- with the father or  mother,  (3 If the settler has his permanent residence  upon farming-land owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to  es idence may be Satisfied by residence upon  -iliPAsairietanrl.^-- ^      _...  Six months' notice in writing should be {riven  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lauds at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lauds may be purchased at $10 per acre  for soft coal and S20 for anthracite. Not more  than 320-acres can be acquired by one individual or companv. Royalty at Uie rate of ten  cents per ton of 2t00 pounds shall be collected  on the gross output.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N.i'.��� Unauthorized  publication  of  this ad.  \ertise.ment will not be paid for. 32-59  Some are here today and away tomorrow. We are here every day. and  all the time. City Photo Studio, Dead-  wood street. 6-7  LAND NOTICE  TAKE Notice that sixty days after date.I  intend to apply to the Hon. tlie chief commissioner of lauds and works at Victoria, 13. C.  for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Beginning at a post oil the nortli side of Deep  creek on the north side of the West Fork of  the Kettle river, about fifteen miles above  Westbridgre, running- thence south 80 chains  across Deep creek aud West Folk, thence west  40 chains to C. P. R. line, thence north SO  chains, thence east 40 chains tc point of commencement.  Dated September 23,1006. ��  ,       ��� . J.H. ���PKENEY,  ��-8      Yale-Columbia Lumber Co., !Jtd��� Agts.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Yirg-iniiis"   Mineral   Claim,  situate   iu   the  Kettle River Mining Division  of Yale District.     Where   located:     Iu      Wellington  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Forbes M. Kerby,  as agent for Wm. Hanna, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B1992, and John Mulligan, Free  -Miner-'s-Ger-tificate=No.-^lB2021,=iiuciKl,^sixtj-=  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of tlie above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificates of I mprovemeuts.  Dated this 15th dav of September. A. D. 1906.  4-12 FORBES M. KERBY.  <>0OOCKK>OO<><>0OOO<HX!k^>0<>0<>0<>  iR AIL WAY!  C. P. R. Atlantic Steamships  Ruyal   Mail   service.  "'EMPRESSES."'.  front Montreal aud Quebec  to Liverpool.  bjmpress of Britain. Oct. 19  L/ake Champbiin ...Oct. 27  Empress of Ireland..;.. Nov. 2  Lake l-)rie ...".Nov. 10  First cabin t*6"> and upwards  according to steamer; one class  steamers (intermediate) S42.50;  second cabin ��45 upwards; third  class S25.50 and 525.75. Apply at  o ice fur our illustrated booklet  descriptive of our superior third  class accommodation  From Montreal to London dircet  "Lakc=Michig-anr7^.-fnTf;rrfTTr-;Oct^l7^  Third class, onlv S26.50.  Montrose. Oct. 24. earryint.' second-class  Oiilv, 540. Special limited train "i >ver-  soas Mail," "6 hour.-*. Vancouver lo Quebec, Oct. I51I1 and Nov. 12th.  Six work horses for sale. Horses  wintered and pastured by Stooke Bros..  5 miles north ol   Mitlway. tf  Not less than 370.000,000 pounds of  copper wire were in usi; on the numerous telephone lines of th-- Bell companies las* \ear. In I'M:, there; is expected an increase of 53,000.000 pounds.  In addition to wire eon-.ideraoli< 411,111-  tities of copper are used in the manufacture of hr.ss for telephone '.intrtt-  nienlsand for al soys required iu other  branches of  telephone service.  SUNDAY SERVICES-  'THE MILWAUKEE'  "The Pioneer Limited." St.  Paul to Chicago, "Short Line"  Omaha to Chicago. ".Southwest Limited," Kansas City  to Chicago.  Ho tl.ti.is in the service 011 any railway  In the world that equals in equipment  tlsat of the  For rates, berth reservations and  detailtd information, apply to  locai agent or write,  E.   f?.    REDf/Vr*--*,    At; EXT.  <;i-*i*i*xwooi>,  E. J. C0Y5.E. J. S. CARTEH.  A. ('..!'. A. Vancouver I'.l'.A.Xclsnu  g  O-OOOOOOOCk. . .. J&OOOOOOOCK-ciOO  Chabpecl Hands.  Wash your hands v:i:h ���-'-���arm water,  dry with a t-'v.vei mil apply Chamber-  Iain's S-ilve just b-l-re Lfoing to bed,  and a speedy cure i�� o-n .: ��� i- This salve  is also unequ.ill. 1 for .-.'-rir. diseases.  For sate bv all diHir.irists.  Catuouc.���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. Bedard, ���>. M. I.,  pastor.  Anglican���St.   Jude's.     Rev.  John  , Leech-Porter,  B. D., pastor.    Service?  at 8 a. m.,   11 a. in.  j Sunday   school,  2:30   p.  in  j free.    Midway,  2nd   and 4th   Sunday  I each month at 3:30 p.m.    Phoenix, 1st  ! aud  3rd Sunday   each   month   at  3:30  i  i P- ,n-  j     Phksbvtekiax���St.   Columba,   Rev.  j M. I).   .N'ekee,   pastor.    Services   11   a.  ! tn. and 7:30 p.   in.; Sunday  school 2:30  p. m. 1  Mi'XHQWST���Rev. H. S. Hastings, i  pastor. Services at 11 a. in. and 7:30 j  p. ni.; Sunday school. 2:30 p. ru.  Chicago, Milwaukee &  St Paul Railway  They own and operate their own  sleeping- and dining cars on all their  trains and give their patrons an excellence of service not ootainable elsewhere. Berths on their sleepers are  longer, higher and wider than in similar  ,   - ���n i cars on  a'iv  other line.   Thev protect  and   /.30  p.   m ; I ". ��� .      .,     ���,    , . -   v  1 their trams by the Block system.  All  seats !  For further information call 01 your  local ticket a>rent, or  H. S. ROWE. General Agent.  134 Third avenue,  Pjrtland, Ore.  R. L. FORD, Commercial Agent-  Cor. Riverside Ave. and Wall St.  Spokane, Wash*  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE  New Westminster. B- C.  Rtici-ivei1 both iadii-s aud jji-niliMiiini as it-si-  dt-nt or dav s'.ikUmHs. Has a comjileii- business  or commercial coursi*. Prepares students In  u'ain tt-ricuers* ct.rth"n:;it(-s o! all irradi-s. <;ives  the lour year.-.' coi-.r^e for the I'.. A. di-irroi;. and  the first j ear of the of the Silmol of Science  course, in atiiliatiou with Toronto University.  Has a special "Prospectors' Course" for miners  who work in B. i_.  111-i nun'ton is also triven iu Art. Music. Physical Culture an<j KloeiHion.  Term o;ieiiK September i~. lWo. For calendar.  eic., address eOl.idMKIA.N COLf.KttE.  Commercial Hotel  ROOMS'FROM   $1.50    UP  It.ith ronin in connection.  MRS. POUPARD.  IHLHUUMU We are selling- off a good assortment of coal heaters  in  all sizes at bargain' prices.    Cold weather will  soon be here and you will want a good stove.  miui uajrvAfe-tfi v* ���'���BiinmiAanMU-wt a  Burns Coal or Wood  Large oven  and all conveniences.    Handsomely  mounted with nickel silver.  miaAnonattntmn'.umrimmirtrjftrivntKir^irrwv  -��i>*-ara������u*i't--M-*��*Mij-��n��--^ia-aii*^ #  LECTURE ON SOCIALISM  :Father . McGrady lectured ou  ' 'Socialism" iu the Auditorium  oh-'Friday evening; last:"  A faiiiv  - i *..,��.���*/''.Tji. .-.-ri, .i.���0...       - f --  good audience './greeted him and  the lecture \?as.well received,  although 'complaints., are made,  that some-of-his choicest flights  were away over the heads or  people. ,       e ��� ������:"���.'  ODD FELLOWS' EVENINGS  ���L.1.-IB& TiumtrmmM* w�� ���m  FOR  All sizes,    Handsomely ornamented.  MWttrW" naaniMxamttw&*r  unsuaunui uaTwuwnatwjanrwXM lyta^Tmtatinsmr^w  In all sizes big and little.  ���~^^^ The  The local lodge of Odd Fellows  have instituted a fortnightly  course, of .amusements for the  winter, mouths in their elegant  home in -the Wood hall. Ou  Tuesday evening last the amusement- was; progressive pedro.  Beautiful prizes were given the  winners. These events are intended '"to ' afford members and  friends a pleasant means of passing.a social evening. Everything  is, conducted on clean, healthy  "lihes.      :' '"���'    ��������� .     ���  REMOVAL NOTICE  ���; ;LADIES> .-jtSSES AND CHILDREN  Watson's unshrinkable Underwear that will not  shrink, and Underwear that will wear. We are absolutely complete in all prices and grades.  Ladies'knit to, fit Combination Underwear, abso|-  lutely the best on the market.    We have them,  endrick Co., Ltd.  "The Big Store"  ^  KUSS  Hardware  Our patrons will hereafter find  the "Times" in its new home on  the corner of Government and  Greenwood streets. During the  years that have passed since the  Times filed on-the original newspaper claim in the camp, it has  been steadily at work on the lead.  The o.e shoots-have been few and  the ore low grade, but the paper  has kept up its assessments. We  ?re glad to be, able to say that,  like other leads in the camp, the  ore body grows wider and the  values are getting better with development, although, we have not  yet reached the dividend-paying  era. Several extensions of the  old lead have been/ staked bj-  others. Of these one is still being worked, but the main ore  body appears to be on the original claim.  ROUTE IS DECIDED  V., V. & E. Will Build via  Tulameen,  TRAINS   TO    PRINCETON  Will Be  Running In Six Months.-  Right of Way Has Been Purcnased  Through to Town-  ���'The exact location' of the railway  station has not yet been decided,  although it.is pretty well understood  that it will be situated ou Vermillion  avenue."  WINTER'S DELIGHTS COMING  "The question that has agitated  the  public   min d  and, caused all kinds of  opinions tc- be expressed "e\-ef~since~it  was announced that Jim Hill intended  to build a line of railway into the  Similkameen and on to the coast by  way of the Hr>pe mountains," says the  Similkameen Star, "has been what  route would be followed to the coast���  the Tulameen or the Similkameen.  Survey parties have been in *he field  for some years endeavoring- to find the  most feasible line, and little was known  a* to the outcome of their work,  althoug-h there are a few wise ones who  now say 'I told you so.'  "Major Anderson, purchasing agent  for the Grfiat Northern railway, who  arrived in town on Sunday, is the authority for the statement that this  question has now been settled and that  'what is known as the Tulameen route  has been decided on as the one to be  followed to the coast. While here the  Major closed for the right df way  through the town and also secured  running rights through a portion of  Gulliford's ranch, which goes to show  that the railway will run to this point  and then tunnel to the Similkameen.  The land secured from the Townsite  company includes part of block 26 and  the whole of blocks 27, 28, 29, 30, 31,  32 and 34, lying between Endcliffe and  Burton avenues.  "With the route to the coast decided  on and the right of way through the  town settled, it is stated that construction from Oroville (to which point the  rails will be laid within a fortnight)  ' will be pushed with all possible speed  with every reasonable prospect of  reaching Princeton within the next six  months. As everyone knows, this will,  mean big things for Princeton, as she  will be railway headquarters until connection is made to the coast, during  which time thousands of dollars will  be spent here.  The approach of cold weather  suggests the amusement season  will soon be on us���the seasou of  healthful recreation. In another  month, from all appearances, the  game will be on. Then we shall  see vigorous life disporting itself  in hurtling huge ''stanes" across  the ice aud English and Canadian  citizens vieing with those of  Scotch descent iu getting the  right burr on their words, and iu  charming familiarity calling each  other by their pet nick name of  "hoot."  ^The^welsn^T^  through the years as we see swain  and sweetheart, with joined  hands, gliding across the ice, the  warmth ox their glances in marked contrast with their surrounding field..  Then shall we hear the lusty  call of the Phoenix and Greenwood boys in desperate hockey  struggle restraining their tempers even while they belabor each  others' shins with their crooked  sticks.  Then shall we hear the merry  jingle of sleigh bells and the  merry laugh of the driving party  on the bright  moonlijj-ht  ui<-;hts.  Some of us, too old. or too \n.zy  to join in these sports, can appreciate the "season, although to  such come the delightful pastime  of a magazine in a warm corner,  or a game of pedro or solo with  other g-ood fellows.  ?��**$?- $t ���"*&���'"Si* "^ ��*3*^ *4* *$* ���*^H^^'^'^'^'*^'*^-*^'^-,'*f,'*|*-'-i' **&* *4,K  nunmitwai-*MiMi  *'  4*  Nice convenient cottage in north end of town,  with large gardem  Seven-roomed house in south end of town.   Well  furnished and up-to-date.  Two-roomed house with 25x100-foot lot.    Close  in, $500.-...-������ '/'..-.    ��� !  Houses, rooms, cabins and shacks in all parts of  the town to rent. S  Mines, Stocks, Real Estate and insurance.  J*  ���*��  *-�������  ����fr   -  I Bealey liiyestinent *& Trust Co., Ltd. %  GEO. R: NADEN, Manager . ������  -�����   P. 0. Box 126- BROKERS Greenwood, B. C-   4��  ��g��f�� 4.��$�� <%> <-��* 4.4* ���$4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* &  4��  S  ~l  SMALLPOX  From Mouchon comes the  alarming report that a hundred  cases of smallpox have developed  in two or three parishes in Westmoreland county.  Croup.  A reliable medicine and one that  should always be kept in the home for  immediate use is Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy. It will prevent the attack if  given as soon as the child becomes  hoarse, or eren after the croupy cough  appears.    For sale by all druggists.  ^%'fe BUNDARV   VALLEY    LODGE  ^VX^-- No. 38.1.0. 0. F.  Meets every   Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in  tbe  I. ��. O. F. Hall.    A cordial iuvi tation is ex  teiided^to all=sojournitig-brcthcrn.��� ������-=^=.-^  D. McGLASHAN, S. E. BELT,  N. G. Ree.-See  served, in first-class style.  Splendid Menu.  LUNCHi COUNTER    '  Open at all Hours. Prompt Service..  MOORE & MCELROY,  Proprietors,  sffl  J  ���5~x��:��jm.x��x--**��X"X*^^^  In  the  Supreme Court   of the North west  Tarrltories, Northern Alberta Judicial  District.  IRON  FOUNDRY  Progress is reported regarding  the establishment of an iron  foundry in the valley. The site  said to be selected is an eligible  one in Anaconda, convenient to  railway and smelters. A plat of  ground-bordering on the Canadian  Pacific 231 feet long and 100 feet  wide, has beer, taken for a beginning. Rush orders for the  B. C. Copper Co. have already'  been placed and ihe contract calls  for delivery in nil days, it is understood.  Messrs. Isaac & Hinton of Nelson, are promoting the enterprise  and their past experience in Nelson is the best guarantee of their  future here.  In the matter of the estate of  Isaac Newton Bishop  late of Greenwood in the  Province of Uritish  Columbia, deceased.,  Pursuant to the order of the Chief Justice of  this Court made in the matter of the estate of  Isaac Newton Bishop, deceased, late of Green  wood in the Province of British Columbia, who  died 011 or about the 21st day of January, 1906,  the creditors of the said Isaac Newton Bishop,  deceaicd, and all persons havinp claims against  the estate of the said deceased, are hereby notified that they are required or or before the 15th  day of December, 1900, to deliver or send by  mail prepaid to Clifford I*. Reilly or the Cily of  Calirary in the Province of Alberta, advocate  for Laura EUhia Bishop of the said City of  Calfrarv. executrix of the estate of the said  deceased, their names, addresses and full particulars of their claims and a statement of the  securities, if any, held by them iu respect  thereof and the nature of such securities, such  particulars and statement to be duly verified by  a statutory declaration of the claimant or his  ayrent, and that from and after the said date tiie  executrix will proceed to distribute the assets  of the said estate having- regard only0 to those  claims of which she shall then have notice aud  without being- liable for the- assets or any part  thereof to any person of whose claim she shall  not then have notice.  Dated at Calgary, Albarta, this 24th day o f  October. 1(,06.  C. B. REILIA',  Adrocate for the said executrix.  nTDl'lK��^tirMIM����WUUl��M>ll.JPMU.Itb��a^lltfNMmlqVlUMU'J9t��.,  FALL and WINTER SUIT.  We have them in the best patterns and weights  ever brought into this district.  OUR   PRICES   ARE   SURE   TO    PLEASE,  -T,  Copper  Street.  '��������� f  ..- t  *?  '������- v  Y  ?  ':' t  *?  V  ���   Y  Y  X  ��.**���.*���*���*�����**��****���**  *->*��-:~xk��*'>��>->-x-<,<*<~;:^  1  i:  .(':���  �����;��� '*  i!     e.  Solid Oak  ressers  I  c.*'*--jMt- -*��i.!i->ie 11 *��-..'���,  zi '*-*Lui��niMttfM  For Isc'intv, style, durability     and     usefulness  ������*^a{   combined   with   moder-  ite price our  m  NOTICE  ressers, Stands, Sideboards, Dining  Room Tables and Chairs  XOTICE Is hereby given, that 60 days after j  date   1   intend   to  apply    to   tbe    Hon..    the j  Chief    Commissioner   of   Lands and Works,  for permission to purchase the following described tract of land:   Commencing- at a post  marked   O.  A.  E.  Shaw, X. E. corner, thence  south 20 chains, more or less, to the Columbia  & -ft'esiern Railway right of way, thence northwesterly along-the Columbia <K  Western Rail-'  way 40 chains, more or less, to the south boundary of lot 514, thence east 40 chains, more or j  less, to the point of commencement- contain  I  iaff about 40 acres. I  Bated thi�� 23th day of Augrjst, 1906. j  53.62 C. A. E. SHAw.  nave no superior  We are leaders in Furniture.  T. M. GULLEY & CO.  Furniture Dealers and Undertakers.   Greenwood and Midwaay.       %

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