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 ~g*^��n****flKn��^��-��w��iftt��riv,ar��i��ffl��-��  u��iM��ma.e������j^m^jiaa!^^  Ifl**************************^^  ���   '   '       '   -   -R?  [CtHiBUUr.        -  ��  *^f^  IP  f  A/t-J?  t^i..  ,*<2?  %^%/%/  ^  -^S/"-^  ;4A  ���;*> %  VOL. 12  GREENWOOD, B. C, FRIDAY,  DECEMBER   2,  <KK>000000000<HXK>00->aaCK>0<>0-^>0 0<>GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO&00<)  DUNCAN ROSS  F<*  His    Speech   in   the   House  , Ranks, as One of the Records of Parliament  EIRLIM' THE  STANES  Tho opeiMii^* ir.inn-x of liip *-i,a>.3n  ��voi"c; olnyed on Cl'.rj-^m.-t-, d v in the  rink between tlie p.'fsident .ind vice  president rinks, and won." wiine-sseil by  a number of ������bpectat<���!������, All ilie jramoi  wen** well contested. Prob-ibi v flip  >  HOGMANAY MIGHT  The X-*-w Yeai's celebration in  Scot1 iml begins ou Lb..' Ins', evening of the old year and is kepi  uu until January 12lli. Xc,,v  Year's eve is '"hog'-naiiay." and  the- jiiciht is no: only   observed 111  \ T  'pst (rauiu \v-i-- bctu-pcn r> 111 -McCrr.itii! dentin nd,    but   iii ev**-r\* country  The   Ottawa Free   Press   lias  his to sav about  Du'ican   Ross,  M.P. for Yale-Cariboo,:  ��� DUNCAN  ROSS  SCOURS.  Mr. Dunca'n Ross of Yale-Cariboo made, a speech which for   re-  j search an-d painstaking  preparation   will  easily'rank, as one of  ! the records of Parliament.-  British Columbia has teen  heard from on the. Asiatic question and its voice is unitedly in  favor of exclusion, if possible,  but ol" regulation at all cost.  The subject was introduced in an  admirable speech by Mr. Ralph  Smith of Nanaimo, and was followed bv four other speakers, of  which it is no exa-noeratiou to  say that that of Mr. Duncan Ross  is easily the best summing-up of  British Columbia's attitude yet  given. It was a remarkably able  presentation of the case of the  "Cinderellaof the Confederation,'  who. after believing; that she had  come into her days of" sunshine  -through the progressive policy of  tbe Laurier Government, now  finds her progress darkened by  the cloud  of  tbe   Yellow  Peril.  ' Mr. Ralph Smith's presentation  of the'case was a statesmanlike  view of the situation. Mr. R. G.  Macphersou aud Mr. Sloan went,  a little further and talked more  vehemently than the member for  Nanaimo.   Mr. Duncan Ross coa-  1  tributcd a speech which should  do much to awaken Eastern Can-  Mp. to the real ^dangers of the  Yellow Peril and which should  receive wide publicity. .  rinl<s, in which tli--;**, -vere tip**k n.n-1  neck until ihe eitfhlh fir), when Dill  in the nevt twn, out.'Jfnerilod Mar* a'id  won b*v four point* Two rinl****** were  penalized Ln*;t ever. Her flic 'a***^ Eraine  of the <-eneu was played   and t'1-7 result  where the cam-i-r* Scot reside***-. The  celebration commence-? by the  children going from house to house  sercnndi-ig tlie occupants, singing  such verses as the lollowing:  *      **  Get up ifiiid wife nnd bee-no s.w*.vv,  leaves the \-iep-pi*e=.id��nt   a winner  bv   Deal out your c;il,e, in tin* au d vu; r,  (ivo point**.    Following: i*�� the score:  I'RKSIIII-N i-  Fritli    MoMynti   Mct'rpiuli   McDonald   START  WORK  Seventy-Five Men Start Work  To-day���Smeitei* Blown-in  '~    Next Week "  0   I  to buy  vrci:-i'i<rsri)*EN 1  .   12    UMioi>   . ..13   niriili;   ..   f.   DPI   . . S' McCutrlic-nii      Warren   16  Penalty  2  To'al .*"-  IVii.illv  Total   SLIDING WAGE SCALE.  The (i'iys will conif v,-h ;:i yo-i'll he deed.  A ml   yim'll    need   neither   chi-ese   nor  breed.  Another was:  Get   tip   puiil   wif:   and   shake your  feather1-,  I And dinna think tint we are  toctfffdrs:  "VVe are a' wheen   b*>.ii*ns���come  ool   to  I phiv,  | Get up and -^ie'-s our "Hogmanay."  !,   This is no pipe dream, for  the  ' Times' devil, who is in charge of  rhe board  of conciliation and ��� the paper this wek,   some   fifty  "f\Jli  investigation under th* Industrial  Disputes Investigation Act 1907,  in the matter of the Consolidated  Mining and Smelting Co. of Canada and certain employees of the  company at the S*. Eugene mine,  Moyie, reached an unanimous  decision in the matter at Nelson  last Saturday. The award is a  sliding scale of miners' wages set  according to varying value of  metals. The schedule recommended is the lowest" of three, but  automatically increasing on bet-  beiyrig conditions The"scale approximately is the same as that  offered in the Boundary   country  years ago used to look forward to  Hogmanay night with the.eager-  ness that a hobo does today lor  a free lunch counter. Those  days we were always well rilled  up with good things���shortbread,  oatcakes, scones, buttered on both  sides and jam in between, and a  guid "whang" of home-made  cheese. It was a regular '"holdup" and the blessedness of giving  and receiving was about equally  divided, perhaps the receivers had  a little the better time. If you  doubt this, ask James Birnie,  R. K. Steven, J. Napier Paton or  Alex. Macdonald.  & At jz jt j* j$ ���* j* jxjs j$ jz j* & & & j* j. jz s j-s .$ j,s js ^ ji jt jn js ji 08 & Ji v*  MANY   HAPPY   RETURNS  A guid New Yea^to ane anc^a',  And mony may ye see?  And during a'^the years to come  - O happy may ye bp.  V.  fc  %m  The foregoing spasm is not from the poetical tank of The *  t?j Times'chained bard, but was built over one hundred years'*^  ^ ago by Scotland's grand'poet, Robert Burns, so we throw it %,  ���& with the best of v/ishes at Times readers.  V.  [  ____  Cut Silver. Sterling Silver. Silver Plate  11  ... - .'���. ?��� '������*" *  Never.,put' off till to^mor-  row wfeat you'wish to buy  to-day? if m^y ls>e*go&- to-  morrow so do riot delay. ixi  selecting ;your New Year  Gifts at  The followiug from the Vernon  Okanagan shows that Duncan  Ross, M.P. for Yale-Cariboo is  doing the right thing for the district he repieseu t s:  "If   ever   a representative has  done well by his district it surely  is Duncan Ross.    From one  end  of the   immense   constituency to  the other the results of his labors  are in  evidence. ��� From  Quesnel  in the far north to the southernmost limits of the riding, work is  now going  on    which will  have  far-reaching effects ou the future  prosperity of the country.    Take  the   work   being   prosecuted   at  Cottonwood Canyon, above Quesnel.    The necessity for this work  isonlyofthis year's development  yet Mr. Ro~s grasped the   situation and with uo flourish of trumpets he secured a grant of $15,000  which will free the river of boulders at  the canyon  this  winter,  and-make the  Fraser   navigable  next spring to within a fewtmiles  of Fort   George.     In   this   one  stroke   Duncan   Ross   has   done  more  to   open   up   the aorthern  country to settlers lhan the   McBride Government has done since  it   came   into power.    A road is  badly needed along the Fraser between Quesnel and Fort George,  but as yet the Proyincial authorities have   turned   a  deaf ear to  the protests of   the men who are  struggling under a heavy handicap to open for settlement another  great valley of  rich agricultural  possibilities! It is to be presumed  that   the   McBride    Government  was too- busily.engaged  bringing  off their great  financial coup to  stoop   to   consider   such a   very  small matter, as the opening   up  of a couple   of   million acres   of  rich agricultural territory."  Diamonds.  *��z��h v*'***** ��������    '��36w'aj��  Watches.  !: .       Tn a few dr,ys Old Father Time "will cash in   his "stack of  ca  �����  blues and a new booster will take his place, so it's now up to  *  v, this   great ,f?.xiily   journal to wish  its many   thousands of tA  ^'Hrafleri'"m*^Ves^*;i'^iv"*tvOS*'iias,on"ta*p,' atid:thAt they muy live >vT-  ./ as long as they want and never want as long as they live. V.  ���J " Cj��  % The year 1007 was prosperous.    Many  new mines were ^  y opened up and the tonnage from the old producers stacked up V.  *jj\ well;   new sawmills, lumber and tie camps started up in  the *  % district,   and   railroad   construction    gave   employment   to $A  ^ thousands   of   deck   hands.    But the   greatest  activity was ~f.  % noticed in the farming settlements, for during the year just *���*  ~*. about to slide over the dump  many  settlers came  into  the *;A  ,��  district  and   the  iraproVemerits  on   the old farms  were sub- *a  ���sj stantial,    If  the  present   development  of the  agricultural *  % resources tributary to  Greenwood  keeps up, and no doubt it tr  tJh will, where on *e stood the giants of the forests will be beau- ^  tiful homes owned by contented people. fe  *-^ To our readers we will say have no grudge  against  past   Tt  * years, but enter the new year with a vim, vigor and push and tA  ���^ help make the Boundary, as nature intended it should be, the f��  '���^ most productive district in the world. We have the goods��� f"  ^ gold, copper, silver, lead. zinc, lumber, stock raising, farming ^  <���* and fruit growing.    As Ella Wheels Wilcox once warbled to fc  fA  "A  't.  %  ���ft  r_  >,��  '��i  ���\  Followit.y the good Christmas  message tl, ���< came to the Boundary a day -*r two ago, the men are  returning to w.-r'*- and everything  points to r -m-mc-.iI reopening ot  all thi- '! >u id.1 ry mines and a  good yea; r* 1'iOH.  (). B. S iilth, supcrintiiiideat of  the Gran'.),* mines at Phoenix,  stated .it ���.' -on today that 75 men  were working today at, the mines  there, and more would be put on  tomorrow *ind each day following  as they were able, to got reacly to  work. It w'll be perhaps a week  or ten days 'icforc the mines are  working fn 1.  A. 1J. W. [lodges, manager of  the Granb". smeller, said that a  gang of m.\i were cleaning up  about the smeiter. They expected to blow iu the furnaces  about the first of Januai'3*, and  shipments of ore would begin  about the end of thi** month/  It is too eariy vet for any news  on the situation in Greenwood-  This morning Mr. McAllister said  in answer to an inquiry from the  Times that there was nothing he  could say about the time when the  mines at Mother Lode and the  smelter here would open. ' It has.  however,'been felt all .along that  the B. C. Copper company would  open as soon, as the coast was  clear, and the Times sees.no reason to change its opinion-in this  regard. '  LOOKS GOOD TO US  Up to the hour of goiuti" to press  Bouudarv mines shipped 1,141,073  tous of ore this year. This is a  pretty good record, considering  the mines were closed for nearly  two months during* tbe year-  The B Hitidarv has the mine**, and  with settled labor cmditions,  could beat, tbe world for tcmnaire.  Just watch this di-.tricfs smoke  next year.  Wire us for Quotation*;  Our facilities f<>r iuiyin^  Dominion, B.C., or  Granby  Stocks  on the curb in W\v York  or]$u!-ton are unequalled  Kven our competitors  acknowledge* that we  can buy these stocks  cheaper than t h e y.  Why V ISt-cause our  Kaslern connections are  of the very best.  Tlie stock business is  a sideline with us consequently we can* afford  to handle your business  on a very small  margin.  Give us vour limit and  we will fill your order at  a lower figure if possible  We will wire you the  New York opening quotations daily, if desired.  McDERMID &  McHARDY,  NELSON,  B.C.  '���*> a friend who had made life a failure for a number of years:  ���*>  ���^ Yv aste uo tears  Upon the blotted record of lost years,  YOUNG MSN'S CLUB  But turn the pages o'er and smile, O smile to see.  The fair white ones that remain for thee.  Here's our ~Ysff to the new booster.    May 1908  be a year  % of hca'th, joy and prosperity where e'er the old flag flies.  j.* :c- & if jp :r j*- jf ?." jv j.-:? *��� & *���>��� j? :'v jf ^ sn*1 sc-.? �� s-c & $' j? & t? jr- ssr j."* a? j?  ���   GETS JOB IN JAIL  Lars Vestluud went to Nelson  on Christmas eve to spend -the  next six months behind the barred.. ���  wuidevs ���(-*. t'..e foot of WVtid  street. The story of Vestluud's  trouble was given in last week's'  issue. He came before Judge  Brown on Monday. Vestluud has .  heretofore borne a good name.  Rinehari, who has been suffering severely from wounds in his  hand arid head, was remanded  until Monday next, December 30-  Blood poisoning has Set iu and  Rinehart was removed to 'the  hospital a day or two ago where  he is receiving the medical attention necessary to save hi3 life. ���  SANTA CLAUS WAS HERE  CITY DADS  Jewelery.  ^^jr^^^^mV-^ii^^^^SZ^^S  SgSS^J3S^^Z3S-_3t_---l  !  Christmas is over, the fun is  ended.-ihe wcrk i.*-> done. Not  for another year will we hear the  girlish giggle of the kidlets as  they grab their' stockings to see  what Santa has left them. Not  for another year will the good  wife have' to work extra shifts in  order to get up a spread that will  astouis.h the natives. Not for  another year will the old man  come home in the "wee" hours  under the influence of bologna  sausage and ginger ale and talk  to his better half thusly: '- Hie  Me���hie���ry Chwis���:nic���mash,  hie, rn-y hie, dear, nrer hie." Not  for another year will the love-  stricken youth take his little  bunch of sweetness out for a  Christmas cutter ride, for the  clay of all days in 1907 is over.  Although the mayor was  absent,  a 1 And who can tell that ere another  j full quota, of   aldermea  altered  the { a���auai   cvc]c   has   rolled * around  council meeting* on iiotiday.ni*jnt.   the j  chair was taken by Alderman   Suthcr-  land.  ]     Election Bylaw Xo.   128   was    intro-  I duced by Aid., Sullivau and pass-ed.  j     The following* accounts were ordered  ; pa.:d:    A.    3    Black.   510;  Greenwood  ' City "Waterworks Co.. 5133.75; Bubar &  j McKay, 540 20; James Sutherland. ��12.  i     The   council   adjourned to  meet on  j January 6th.  ever thus.     As  Colonel   Lowery  once sighed:    .  We f.ill in love, the tiii-uri'i diseased,  And all our sen^a".-, in .1 whirl,  But while we hesi'ato to speak,  Some other chump yet1, the girl.  This is a digression.  A Young Men's Club has   beeu  inaugurated   in    this   citv under  the auspices of St. Columba I'res-  byTenah "Clfurch?     I ts~ob"jocts"aTe  to" further  the   physical,   mental  and spiritual interests of   all   the  young me i of Greenwood.  A constitution has been drawn up   and  ��-=: ! approved.     The   officers   are   a-,  follows.Hon. P.-cs . k'-;v.M U   McKee*. Pres . A. P. Au^tivtine" Vij-e-  IVes . S. Hcilt;  Sec-Troas ,  ("hns  Hooper.    The club   nicel'** on tlie  Ijrstand third Thursdays in en.*h  month in IVesbyteriiu Church sn  Sp.iu.    AH.young men  cordiall\  iuvited.    In connection with    the*  club a young men's guild mce'-ing  is held in the church   every   sabbath at 10 a.m.  BI  jfoooi&s,  aries,  Ge  :S^  Calendars fo  1  Ji  ASSEMBLY DANCE  The assembly da^ce la*"t l'^riday  night in Eagles' hall was largely  attended by local dancers and  many l'r*>m the district. Pnv-ies  were awarded   for   tbe   be^t   i-'t*lv  the one we lavished great gobs  of Chri^mas love upon this year  may not-marry a cross-eyed Chink  with a gumboil ou his nose aud  leave .us to worry along life's  rugged pathway with a perforated and bleeding heart.    'Twas I mas in the old camp.  Christmas in Greenwood this  year was the same as in any other  place, only here Sutita Claus left  his biggest cargo of good things,  livery father, mother, bachelor,  old maid and child received a  present, and the day was one of  great glee.  At the Methodist church in the  evening was a huge Christmas  tree which was alive with presents for the good boys and girls.  A good program was blown in  and everybody was happy.  The people of Greenwood aye  a  hospitable   lot.    and   many  a  home had a wayward wanderer'; judges to be th- m **.t gr*i*;.efui  or several prodigal sons for j w*il;z:r in the luli. and W. Modi aner.  , At the Pacific cafe Howard  .Moore had his dininir room artistically decorated with hoiiy. au-i  evergreen;**;, and people filled th*'  spacious room from 5 o'clock p.m.  .until Howard put the sign up.  "Turkey all gone,'* which mear���:.  that some 200 pounds of barnyard  fowl had bieti devoured.   *  Twas cerlnml v a Merry Chrisi-  and    gen vi cm fl   w 1! '���:���/. ;r  Nellie Terry wis declare  Mi-is  rl   bv  A:  rhce riliag  evices<  Everything- to  1 Equip'an Up-  to-date  1 a _-**_'cJ  ���,  TV  .Miil'^n won the g  61 nfi^o  Ef". Ms 3*5*5  AQ  UiCiU'in s p-ize : *  .1! :i *.v.\l.t:-'.. i*ii,: hi Ig '-. 'w-;re 'j  Chief of. 'A >\w> 1> >d*l. A; *. > ie -1  Giiiis and Oh^ru*-. S:i:n*ti ts   The is  f*,ir.*iv-**:ie--: I;** Ji!*** M:--*-."> ; j Gr*33ilVvOOCl*  ".��� is    >.*x;..*; "Merit.     Mis*; j |  ; v.*.-i a   hinds'-m **: *:*!*���.���.*',: ' |  '.* v  c��  ���c t  r-1  n  I'  innsve wn*  Ilirt nn.i  T*-?.rry rec  ��� iri.] '-IK  Wiiiiam  LllCl PhO*  lr.'t       c-*i<r*-  he (j-mMuer ir   a *s  imiiit'irv brushes.  ol THE   B0WM0ARY .CREEK   TIMES.  mmmmm3mmmmmmm.m  & ��  9  $11,000,000.  ���<?.!  ���"���**!.  . .   S\ Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000,   .     Rest   -^i UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  ���'"'j Hon. Presidem :   Lord Stratucoxa and Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.  ':-*-\ l'resideut:    Sik Geokoe A. Drummond, K. C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :    E. S. Cloustoh,  BrancUBS in London, Eng. \ ��$ **]?*��&��*. \ SevYort, Chicago,  Buy  aud sell Surliug* Exchange aud Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available iu any partjof the world.   ���  SAVINGS BANK. DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  ���j******  Q=6  -R Greenwood Branch,   >=5  *=9  s��S  i******5  **i>  *_?  *x=P  **-**=9  "W-3  Resolve not to do any knocking j house providing for the licensing  of all bartenders in the province.  The new law will require all bartenders   to be  properly  licensed  during 1908.  Kentucky has gone prohibition.  This is enough to drive a man to  drink.    Breado is a new explosive ten  times more powerful than nitroglycerine. Breado sounds more  like a breakfnst food.  **��-i,r"��,"tf" "v Y"-'  rf-i  '"^i���i' i.  a.lNri,.J:lJfi  ���/  ���?. \  1-V /?��� M  ���IVJUU'J.  7,"? *".:>���  '":* **!    .'*' :,  J^fl   ...      -.  A man who knocks his town  is made from the same kind of  mud as the traitor to his country  or the scab to his trade.  Paid-up Capital,$10,000,000. Reserve Fund,$5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  '   IV  E. WALKER, President. AL,ISX. LAIRD, General Manager.  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  BANKING BY1 MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of  the Bank   Accounts may be opened, and deposits made  or withdrawn ��� by mail.   Every attention is paid to  out-of-town accounts.  New Year's resolutions will  soon be the order of the day.  These resolutions usually last  about as long as a snowball would  in a warmer clime than Midway.  A Russian named Wumiskivisk-  witchuski w?s arrested in Winnipeg for torgery. The judge ought  to be lenient with him4 as the  temptation to sign another man's  name must have been great.  and guaranteed as to character.  If the measure . passes, within a  year the old time "barkeep" will  have to get a certificate as, to  character from his pastor dr Sunday school teacher before he can  go behind the mahogany. Perhaps, the new law means that the  only men who will be qualified to  dispense the booze that cheers  will be skvpilots and Bible class  students.  AN OLD MAID'S PRAYER  Now'I lay me down to sleep,  1 w ish 1 had a man to keep;  If there is one underneath the bed,  I hope he heard every word I said.  A man.  ���Exchange.  THE VILLIAN  j. T.'BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood  WiOFESSIGNAL CARDS.  /. HA HALLETT  B.vkki*stkk, Solicitor,  NOTA.KY Ptbuc.  Cabli; A.cl*lrcf*s:       " Hallett." (>  i Hertford  M'JSeill'b  i'o'jks - Moi'tMUir A: *Ne**il'*>  /  I Lei bur's'  Greenwood, B. O  4��';,��;��s   BOUNDAHV   VALLEY    LOI.GE  "^���iw?^-" No. 38, l.O. 0. F.  Meets  even*   Tuewlav  Kvr.niim al *''" '<" the  j. 0. O. F. 'Hall.     A." cordial In-ci tftUim is en  u*i*(tt;(1 (<j all sojourn in if bre'.Uern..  A. E. URA1THWAITE, F.  SPEARING,  N.  O V- G-  J. SANDERS. Rec. Sec.  Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every Triday  BY   TIIE ,i  BouBflaiy Creek Printing and Publishing  CO., IdSIITXD,  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pek Yejk :        ...   2 00  Six Months     -  1 &  To Fokkign Cocntkibs ..... 2 SO  i'DITOH  A.  D. Mac FAR LANE  FRIDAY.   l'KCI-'Ml'EK 27.1907  ULHIND THE" VEIL.  mined, smelted aud placed on the  market at a figure ���which with  normal extraneous conditions  should make them a capital opportunity for industrial investment.  In the Boundary, we would like  to see an, enthusiastic Canadian  spirit. The fear of the Easterner  that British Columbia's constant  intercourse with the people south  of the Border tends to make the  danger of a seperation of this  province from the Dominion great  is a vagary of vagariees. Coming  from the East, one is surprised at  the souudness of the Canadian  spirit here. May it ever increase.  May our reverence for law and  justice, our couviction that this  country shall and must be the  home of free and assimilative  peoples grow more and more.  These are two things in which  the New Year holds for as possibilities of progress. With them  Briiish Columbia will' stand unequalled among the provinces of  the Dominion and among the  countries of the world.  Let us see to it that they  are ours.  EDITORIAL NOTES.  TEerfinTgerof^wealth^points-to  the Boundary.  Writing a New Year's Editorial  seems to have become somewhat',  of a chestnut���one of the things  which happen again and again in  our lives, so that they cease to  have a meaning. But the New  Year never fails to come around  and as it is one of the natural  halting places where we consider  the progress we have made and  what the future seems to hold,  we stop ah we have done before to  ruminate over what has been and  is to be. <���  In the mind of everyone  there is one thing which is  not, but is to be desired���set-  led labor conditions. And when  the present melee is finally  straightened out, we hope that  tihe relations will be such as shall  promise for miner and mine owner,  for merchant and patron a continuous and satisfactory working  arrangement  it is needless to speak of the  possibilities of the. Boundary.  Our ore deposits have already  justified the expenditure of many  .million.-, of dollars on the part of  keen financiers and they need no  better commendation. In other  words, the self-fluxing low-grade  copper of the   Boundary   can   be  Has the  McBride  administration made you rich ?  The days are getting   longer.  Fellow pilgrim, do you notice it?  There's no hard tunes in Greenwood. Everybody has a meal  ticket aud a good bed.  It looks to many throughout  British Columbia as if there will  be a chance for some energetic  person to go into the lieutenant-  governor business, as ten chances  to one Jim Dunsmuir will shortly  lose his government meal ticket  A.man in' Pennsylvania lived  44 days in a mine "on nothing but  wood. This ought to give  Colonel. Lowery a new idea for a  breakfast food. He has tried  everything excepting the conifers,  and these he couldn't reach.  It is reported that' both East  and West Kooteuays are to-be  represented in the senate. In  East Kootenay the name of  Colonel Fred E. Simpson, the  "Old Man" of the Cranbrook  Herald, is being mentioned as the  right man to represent that rich  district iu the senate. In West  Kootenay several good men are  reaching out for the plum. If  the "Old Man" gets it in East  Kootenay it means that in the.  senate there will be one man .with  brains in ,his upper level. Mr.  Simpson has worked fcr the upbuilding of East Kootenay for  years, and is one of. the-best  posted men in the province. He  is a loyal supporter of Sir Wilfrid  Laurier and has' won rnauy a haid  fought battle for the liberal party.  Although American by birth, he  is the most patriotic, Canadian  in the Dominion. There's something coming to the /'Old Man."  According to the Phoenix  Pioneer a sneak thief entered the  home of Steve Swanson and stole  a solid gold -watch. While these  bad men are in Phoenix Editor  Wilcox had better hide his dia-  mondsand office towel.  The cost of a London fog has  been estimated at $750,000 a day,  an amount, of course, which includes all sorts of losses. This  is a few cents more than it costs  the Granby company due to the  shut down of their smelter at  Grand Forks.  The mikado of Japan has declared peace with all the world.  Probably the sailing of Uncle  Sam's 16 ironclads ; and Qfour  auxiliary ships from Fort Monroe,  Va., on December 16 ou a 14,000-  mile cruise made the Japs  come to the conclusion that Japan  was a mere wart on the earth  compared with other powers.  The Pekin Gazette, which has  appeared regularly for over 1000  years, suspended, publication last  week. For a number of years  the Gazette refused to carry the  Chinese union printers' label,  and business slumped, with the  the result that it had to close its  doors for lack of support. [P.S.���-  Papers not, carrying the label  should make a note of this.]  0 "What shall we do with our  savings ?" asks an Ontario exchange. If the editor has the  price The Times will take a beer.  Cranbrook is conceded to be the  best town in the interior of  British Columbia.���Herald. Come  off, "Old Man!" Dont't you  know Greenwood's on the map?''  Mrs. Nick Longworth, nee  Alice Roosevelt, is now qualified  to break into English society.  She was operated on for appendicitis last week. Some people  are born lucky.  TH^b^Tt^ayTS^"pa=pW'"'iitt'^the  province is the British Columbia  Gazette, published by the.all-  wool-yard-wide McBride administration. It is full of legal advertisements. The paper is run  on a sort of hold-up plan. That  is, the government makes every  person applying for any old  thing advertise it in the Gazette.  The paper has only a small cigar  boxful of subscribers.  Bound and gauged  the maiden  was thrust into a gunny sack and  unable to move or scream she felt  herself, carried rapidly up a flight  of stairs from the  dungeon,   and  then was put in a buggy and then  driven down the street at a rapid  rate. ? Ineffectually she struggled  to   free   herself   from   the gag. i  Alas!   She was bound to securely.  Finally the conveyance  stopped.  She   was  again   carried   into' a  building*  and    fainting   gasping  for  breath   the  sack  was  taken  from her head.    The villian still  unma'f1M.jd took the  gag from her  mouth,   his   eyes gleaming   like  coals   of   fire  through his black  masjk,   released   her  hauds   and  hissed through his teeth:   "There,  my pretty b,ird,  scream   and   yell  as loud and long as you like, no  human ears will   ever   bear you.  You are i*i   uiy  power. - Do you  hear? Totally with in' my power."  "Where am I ?" she gasped.    "In  a  store  that   never   advertises,"  was the cold and cruel response.  "Alas!   Alas!" she moaned,   "no  power on earth can save;  no  one  will look for me here," and the  poor girl fainted.  BOVRIL added to any dish gives it the "delightful odor of  roasting lioef. * .  Makes your mouth water���puts your appcrtte on edge.  Its rich, beefy flavor, starts the gastric juices flowing, helping  the digestive organs extract more nutrition from the food you eat.  BOVRIL is not a'mere extract.    It contains iii concentrated  form all the essence, substance and flavor of prime beef.  _ When tired out, try a'little ROVRIL* in a ,ci��p of boiling water,  with a soda biscuit.    'Twill refresh and strengthen you. ,  All good cooks keep BOVRIL always on hand.    There's* not-  a day passes that it cannot help make some dish more palatable  ���more nourishing. **���     '.'-.'  All  good  grocers  sell BOVRIL.  EiBBlBgSiH!"^,Bgg8M*ra^^  >3  U ���fr>&"fr 4* 4-* ty ty ty fy-4r ���Svfrijl'fr 4* 4�� 4- -fr -fri* 4* 4* * tytyK ��� ���  ty  LET WINTER WHISTLE  Let old Winter whistle!���he brings the  joys alone*"; ���  Sprint** is rich an' rosy, an'. Suyimer's  sweet with sone*;  Every season's trood enough���but give  -    mi frcst and Fall,  An' balance to yer pardners, an' kiss  yer sweethearts all !  HERE'S AN EASY ONE  RURAL EXCHANGES  The Christmas number of the  Revelstoke Mail-Herald ��� has  reached The Times brainery. It's  not too bad considering half of it  was printed ou tho ninth concession of Bruce.  V*   .,:.��*��'��� : ���  The Saturday Suniet of Vancouver. British Columbia's 'Bruce'  weekly, has published a very attractive Christmas number. The  illustrations��� are especiallyvgood.  The Sunset isn't doing badly at  all and deserves the support of  the province.  ' Since F". H. Sherman took over  the management of the Peruie  Ledger, ^he paper has improved  both typographically aud editorially? Formerly Mr. Sherman  was a coal hdaver in the mines.  He has brains, and is making the  Ledger one of the best weeklies  in British Columbia. '  Triere's a prize puzzle: A ; girl  goiug up street wearing a walking skirt, golf , cape, driving-  gloves, yachting" cap and an automobile veil. Where is she going*  and what is she .going to do ?���  Kincardine Review.  *K��  ty  ty  4  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  *  ty  Dlectric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compres-  plants,   with   an absolute  Slllg  {guarantee of continuous rower  service for operating.  Get Out Rates, We Can Save YouMoney  it  ft ty ty ^ ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tyjjty tyty ty ty ty ty ty tyty ty ty'mt  Igjgj  The Armstrong Advertiser ia  a four-page-six-column paper. .In  the four pages it has 14:/4 columns  of advertising?���!1 of"aTfe!'w="we"e"ks=  it has been publishing an extra  eight pages", four of which are a  patent and the other four contain  one full two page amd two full  page ads. It looks like au.advertising town up there.-  The liberal majority in the  Dominion house of commons is  5'J. When the next election takes  placethcmajoritywill.no doubt  be increased, as the liberal party  is united in the house and out of  it; while the conservatives have  a brainless leader with a few followers who would make better  sheep herders than members of  parliament. This is probably an  insult to sheep herders.  YOU. CAN KEEP DRY  and _L ,a 4\ yy"^./^  IN THE  HABDEST STORMv  BY WEARING  ���WATERPROOF  OILED  CLOTHINO  Clean Light Durable  Guaranteed Waterproof  Low In Price  VtfftlTC TCDAV TOR r.ti _  BOOKUT DCSCRIBINO HAN"/  *1K0�� Or WATIBfROOr  <UllnCNTt  Is  unexcelled, as  is evidenced  by  its  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boutidnry.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  ,.   Patronize home industry by insisting on having*  ���ELKHORF BOTTLED BEER  TEL,. 133  ���*KC^5i*CT**2a ffiS'THSffi^^  1  Tea  ntawtrtnir.xzT 7V*mrrxvT&** ���wcr***: mjavxa r.-gv.ts, vi  ices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  1906  tfcoa  6SS CZKBK22BSVBES8 BBaCEBJSaSEiffl aESESfSfficfflSS* O ffiBSHO C  The Manitoba government'has  decided to introduce a measure  during-   the   next session of the  The Fort Steele Prospeclor,  edited by a man who has reached  the age at which Dr. Osier says  he should be chloroformed, remarks that the liberals of  Ontario in tbe next general election will not elect twenty-six  supporters. Before the last general election this same conservative rag stated that Borden would  have 50 majority in the Dominion  house. The Prospector has another guess coming.  CJ  Ouick ease tor Ihe   wvrst c*0'.i*,'lt���*.(���..*���.���!*  relict"   to  the  heaviest    cold���-ami   ,*>A'|-'1C  to tiike, even ior a  chiM.    g-\  That    is     -Shiloh's    Cure,     -^ITSS  Sold   under A.   t*;uaranti','    ti_jOiSfiilS  to cure colds ;>nd coughs     p,   /r-i     3 a  nd cousfhs  quii-ker than <*:*y oilier  med'n-iiie���or vour mi-noy buck o-i years  of Miecess commend .Shiloh's Cure 2">c\,  iiOc.,^1 . 310  OWOOOOOOOO<K>00<>��K)00<KH>00  ERNEST J. CAfffiER, Proprietor.'  Finest Furnished House in tlie Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with   electric lights.  First-class Bar. .Strictly up-to-date goods.  j        FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  House, sign aud all exterior and  and interior painting and decor  ating promptly done.  l"S��S&"1  Jtaci Kalsftmitiing  Send in your .spring orders.  *%? +  Box 255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  IS8 filSl  inisiii  mm emu  DRAYING - We Can Move Anything  PROPRIETOR  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in.   Sash,   Doors,  Turned  Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   :   B. G, |  $ PHONE 65.  . P  OOOOiKW&aOOOOOOOOtXKMXl&OOO  MUSICAL.  MRS. MURRAY, Graduate in Vocal  and Instrumental Mu^ic is prepared  to receive pupils in Piano and Voice.  Latest Couset vatory ��� Methods  Taught. Further particulars and  terms will be given on application  to Mrs. Murray at the Pacific Hotel,  on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednes-  da*vs of each week.  ' Ladies' Calling Cards,Hol-  land Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  *XK)<*KX}��CKKXKK>O0O<><>OO{MX><>000<KH>0<XKX)0<)0OO0^^  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 city. '  ��        Copper St.      -     -     -      Greenwood  o  0<>0 0<><X><>000<><>*'>000<K^ g���*s*-��*-**��*��^^  ���j******************^^  THE   Bi  CREEK .TIMES*  i "��� ���  \v?.:->.  J?".  Items  Rossland mines shipped  7,427  tons of ore .last week.  Nelson   is   full of meal ticket  prize fighters.    They ought to be  vagged.  There's a woman in Cranbrook  who uses her husband's false teeth  for a pie-marker.  in these, camps will be doing business with the smelters in 1908.-  The British*- Columbia Electric  company is'applying for a charter  .to 'build an electric road from  Midway to Vancouver.  Mrs. Dunsmuir of Victoria has  her. life insured for $1,000,000.  That's more money than a town  lot in 'Phoenix is'worth.  supply the  grey  matter  for  the  Fernie Ledger after January 1.  The C. P. K. will spend half a  million dollars on its Boundary  branch next summer. It's about  time.    The ties are simply rotten.  There are 49,000 acres in fruit  in British Columbia, with a grand  total of 2,700,000 fruit trees.  The tonnage from Slocan and  East Kootenay mines last week  was 3421-.    Many hew  properties  Vancouver is the home of hold  .up men.    Citizens are being sand  bagged nightly.    A man  lead pipe makes good wages.  with a  R. P. Pettipiece, a well known  British  Columbia  socialist,   will  J. J. Langstaff, who a 'few  years ago wielded a mightv pen  on the Trout Lake Topic, is now  editor and general freight agent  of the Vernon Okanagan.  The North Star mine at Kttn-  berley, East Kootenay, paid a  dividend of two cents a share on  December 20. The North Star  was   one   of   the first ' dividend  payers in the province   and   since  1S97 paid dividends regularly.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier will visit  British next spring. He will-receive a great welcome.  Vancouver has invented a new  drink called the "Buttermilk  Cocktail." This is considered a  good joke and is worked overtime  in despatches from t'hat citv.  : Last Saturday the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal company at Fernie  paid out ki wages for the month  $204,463.75. ��� ^'Twas a merry  Christmas in Fernie.this year.  MiNE    '    '                           camp 1900 '    1901'    *   1902  ;   1903        1904  Granby Mines.... ..���....Phoenix 64,553 23V.762 309.8SS 393,718 548,703  Snowshoe.............' ..���..".......Phoenix 297 1,731 .20.800   71,212       ...  Mother   Lode       ....Deadwood 5,340 99,034'141,326 ���138,07? 174,208  Brooklyn-Stem winder  Phoenix ��������� ���������            ���������            ���������       25,950  Rawhide  Phoenix ... ���           ���           ��������� '        3>��"��  Idaho, Phoenix    ...Phoenix ��������� ���������           -J* ���        y       -.*���*  Sunset,,  Deadwood -��� 302      7,455    l.<731'3,250  Mountain-Rose .......Summit ��������� ���������    .      ���������           ���������           1**/'59  Athelst-in-Jackpot    .'..... Wellington 1.200 550       ..._         5,646     4,586.  Morrison Deadwood ��� ���-. ���             1S0   .,3,339       ...  B.C. Mine ...............Summit 19,494,    47,405   14,811    19,365       ....  R. Pfell. .". . Summit ��������� ���������                560      ....           ....  Emma".., ...,...?..?.. .Summit ... 650     8.530   22,937   37,960  Oro Denoro  Summit '.?. ' ���--           ������������          15,537 - 16,40b  Senator *..:.. ...Summit ���*������ -    ?    *'"���������"             363   3,450  Sulphur King '..... Summit " ������* ,...,;.'..           ......  Brey Fogle......'.' ...........Summit ... ...            ���������           ���������  *��� ���**  No. 37 ..?...'  Summit ���������" ���������            -           ���������   "           36;|  Reliance     Summit ������ ���������            ���������           ������������                 33  Winnipeg Wellington 1076 1,040         785     2,435    ...  Golden Crown     Wellington 2.250 ...    ^           625    ..  King   Solomon W.   Copper ��������� 875 ������  BigCopper W. Copper  No. 7 Mine Central ... 665         482   City-of Paris White's - 2,000 ���  Jewel Long Lake 160 350    ...  Carmi West Fork -��� 89��    ���  Sally         West Fork ���   - -            ������������           ������������                 79  Riverside West Fork  Providence [Providence ��� ���������               '219            993      726  Elkhorn <.. Providence ..��� -           -             ���������    400     325  Skylark Skylark   52  Helen......' .' Skylark ���������               Bonnie Bell  ��������� ��� .  Crescent  ' ���������  Don Pedro "  ��������� ���������           '*'        '   '"  Mavis :   Strathmore  ��������� ���������           "*           '"  Rambler  ��������� ���������  Preston .'*  ��������� ���������    _      ���"           **'           *"   ,  Prince Henry Skylark ������ 1S0    ���������           ���  Last Chance Skylark, ��� ���������           ���           ���������                 50  E P U. Mine Skylark ���������' ���������           ���������                   167     300  Bay !.....'... ..Skylark  Ruby Boundary Falls' ... 80    ...  Republic Boundary Falls ... ...           ...           ���������                 60  Miscellaneous      3,230 3,456           325           500       750  ' Total  tons     : '. ..: 97,600 390,500-506,816   690,422 829,708  Smelter Treatment  Granby Co Grand Forks 62,387 230,328   312,340 401,921 596,252  B.C. Copper Co Greenwood ... 117,611' 148,600 162,913 210,484  Dom. Copper Co Boundary Falls ... ...           ...        132,570   30,930  Total tons reduced ?...'. 62,387 348,439   460,940  697,404 837,666  kGE  t  ���  1905  1906  1907 , "' w  ���eki  653,889  801,404  629,381 .  '8,426  136,139  174,567  104,120  210,175  55,731'  140 685  44,004  ,25,108  26.032  63,219  2,960  15,092 . -  3.056  48,390  29.949 -  4,747  4,555  4.192  \,  ._  649  **,...'���  1,345-.  1.370  ' 9,485  12,881  11,287  "3.007  6,404  ' 11,997  *.  1,333  ...  : 33.  ..'.  ...  '  '..*.  A despatch from Victoria states  that if Ted Roosevelt don't get  the republican nomination for  president he will, visit that city  after his term of office expires.  Victoria J:s a goe'd place to go  and end vour life in.  A young lady in Grand Forks  hung up her sox on Christmas  eve, expecting Mr. Clans to fill  them, but when Santa saw the  size he did not know whether to  put in a cottage piano or a horse  and buggy, so he just dropped in  a Midway town lot, 50x150.   ;  150  586  30  30  145  86  55  60  770  1,140  700  ISO  150  20  535  589  212  SO  ...  20  ...  ...  90  * ...  ...  40  45  ...  20  ..i  ���.*  20  140  ���76  20  20"  *��� -,  15  ...  6S9  ...  255  ...  ..-  73  ~... '  30  ��� 20  ".'..  500  171  20  934,708 1,164,034 1,158,561  687,988  838,847 622,013  210,830  121,031 344,749  84,059  218,811 156,900  982,877 1,178,689 1,122,690  ?��CiRlH!?"'^��-<  & ��*��* A* *k *k J* A  4-      4-  fxI>#>iKI>@Mi 4MN8HP tiW-qp- CI  For Business Men :  -^Letterheads,-  Envelopes,    -  Billheads,  Statements,  Receipt Forms,  Business Cards,  Posters.  Dodgers,  Shipping Tags,  "    For Rent Cards,.  For Sale cards,  Blotters,  Etc.  Society Printing :  =,W,edding,Invitations,=  ts>'  %  Invitations for Balls, Etc.  Dance Programs,  concert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  Private callingi:ards,  Lodge Printing,  ; Church Printing,  Score Cards,  Fine Half Tone  Printing,  Note Paper.  LOOSE LEAF SYSTEM  Wc have the necessary machinery for doing this class of work, and can furnish you  with'billheads no matter what system you are using.  ���*&.  '�����}���  Mining" Co.'s Printing :  Prospectus,  Handsome Stock Certificates,  Legal Documents,  Notices of Meetings,  v  Special Receipt Forms,  ime cards,  Mining Reports,  Shipping Reports, .Etc.  Colored Poster Printing:  We are equipped to turn  out the TSest color poster  printing in Southern  British. Columbia.  Work done  in two or three  colors or  in combinations.  ��  NEATNESS AND PROMPTNESS  and the quality of stock used are the main factors that have built us up the largest job  printing business enjoyed by any printing house in the Boundary country.  &�����  Government Street,  Phone 29  Greenwood, B. C.  >f2yM  |>-<|H|NfH  Advices from Ottawa state  that Hon. Frank Oliver has given  instructions /t^"* immigration  agents in England to secure ap-.  proximately 5000 men for Alberta  and British Columbia to come  next spring. These men will be  used on railroad construction and  on the farms.  W. J. Nelson, barrister, of  Rossland, died last Friday morning of heart failure. Deceased  came to Rossland in lS9fi, and at  .different periods filled the  positions of city solicitor, police  magistrate and judge of the small  debts court. He well knowu in  the Boundary.  , That Canadian.-French treaty  looks like the rottenist piecev of  punk ever put up in a " Chinese  Joss house, and is an insult to the  intelligence of a Canadian parliament. ��� Cranbrook Prospector.  It is needless to state that Editor  Grace hits the pipe in a Chink  Joss shop. He should change his  Chinaman or he will ,go completely batty.  GIVE THEM A TRIAL  W8?.  IS  0103. GUARANTEE:  NO FAY. USnUEgSS COTJRD  .When' Y<m ��������������������$ a Specialist, CokssM 0Bffi 'Of  MCft.  W�� are jvak aam coweAidag cor twentieth ya_. mm arxtdsSsta ia mm'* Htnata.  Dvri^s tlhfjBj y��ata of dma mfpScatjoo :u>  b tingl* cboel ailnuna* *m un oriKic-  ataA .ni pirfoctoJ Uk> tofy ��rwntilic na&  certaia reort&odra fey irlvaAi tvaa -iSewnsca are  cured, li xra ucrapft j��er caw tor trcat-  nurot, a mag. n tn****) e> aaaetvr mf ��� rsmmaM.  tkaa.  Wo gmaraatea emoey nsaa & Sfalong  eur* for Yay-is-seole, Bj_r��c��la, 0*reth-  rivl Obitractlaa*!, VinoA and Skta ��ts-  easos, Pin��t*stta Tro��*j!ea, Piles, Ft��-  tult**., Ixwa of Vital Pcww, Kidney,  Bladder and Spoolal Disexsef. We  o-ssocialiy ofT��r su? ezrvistia to those  who era ssffltcted t^ttS vraaknoM as a  vtxu&t. ��f thtlr own tsSBoa cs> oxeaM-so."  "* Oct mothodu erv np-to-data and  ar* esdorsod by 4&o Wtsbert modlosa  outho?i*Jea ef Eei-opa asd Ajnerloo,  Henco om�� snoeoss la jfcB troatmoat of  non*! Dtsaosc*. Sesaesti^p, oay sp��-  claltj fct Umitad to tha dtsts��3��s ef KEM  suad M1��H eaiy.  Ws eo7G? %Jm vcAlBm) EoM ef iMrpaos,  ehronio, d��cs>-ceat*!l _k_ isiEzasiIlsatoi  Henasies. . . '-'  CQNSHLXATIQEf FKEE.: -  Ifyoa esajMt ��n. wtHa for SjtKptom Blutk.  Zmaaf oonn eon hm cored St feffln*. A&cor-  rcvpiaAwca-taij&tKiiiti.  SCOTT  MEDICAL COMPANY  189 tBariaa Si. Cm. Sbm. Aw*  ��E-LTTI��,/T7AS_L  <&��!����m*��x~:��  Two Toronto ministers of the  gospel have put themselves on  record'as favoring Asiatic coolie  labor in Canada on the ground  that Asiatic' coolies will make  just as desirable citizens as other  races. It is safe to assume that'  neither one of the'two "-Toronto,  ministers will .take a chance to  preach to congregations made up  solely of Japanese or, Chinese or  Hindu laborers and depend on  them solely for their salaries.���  Prince Rupert Empire.  M*imin*H��*lllltHMMt  WORTH   TAKING  One ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion;  ...   One ounce Compound Salatone ;  Four ounces Compound Syrup  Sarsaparilla j   .'*���,. ,  Mixed .and taken in teaspoonful  doses after each meal and at bedtime,  is pronounced by a prominent physician to be^ the best mixture for the  ~~cur��~brth"e" kidneyTfcladde  urinary troubles. ���        .  _ This says tha doctor, is the most  simple though remarkable prescription ever -written to cleanBO the  system of impurities and waste  matter. It acts as a powerful tonic  to the kidneys, forcing them to filter  out the acids and poisons, overcoming rheumatism, lame back, sciatica  and other afflictions arising from  sour, impure blood.  The ingredients can be procured at  any good drug store, and being purely  vegetable and entirely harmless, can  easily be mixed at home.  If you have a suffering friend show  this to him, as he will undoubtedly  be pleased to learn of so simple and  highly recommended a remedy.  ��������*>*������������>���*>������*>�����������)��������>���>��������>>���>���*>���>���>�������  AT THE CHURCHES  Anglican���at. Jude's. Rev. John  Leech-Porter, B. D., pastor. Services  at 8.30 a.m., 11 a.m. >Sunday school,  12   p.m.     All seats free.  A Toronto woman who is unable to read or write her own  name , is an expert at  She-is a dressmaker.  figures.  LAND NOTICE  Osoyoos Land District. District of Yale  ���pAKE NOTICE   that   we A  j^._ Sam McOrmoiul. of Kliolt.  J. Hu^'lies and  JB-.C.. - -Occu pat^  ion Carpenter anrl Store Keeper, inlmid to apply for permission to purchase the foltowini,'  described lands:���>  Conimencinpr at a post planted 40 chains in a  southerly direction from n C I'.R. Survey Part  marked N.H. Corner. Lot 2701, thence south -50  chains, tlience west Wi chains, thence north An  chains, thence east Xi) chains ^o place of commencement. 320 acres more or less.  A. J. HUGHES.  SAM  McOl.'MOND.  Dated October Ittli, Vhfl.  w>-. ������>:'���:-:  -><K��<~i��t��>.*>��:��>->c����>*:��->:'->.-.  :��:��x��M">*:~:">��:~:��%.;  h.;>.;..>,; . .;^.;v.>.x��:~x~.';~;.o��*>.>.>>>��*.~:*.>"> ���*?  u  fr>y  3 t e    I ) * ��� *  n  i,. ��� i y i  L 'J ~.i  te  ids 1 i.\pi\e   lSiw[Lw^si-^~.k'i\  rtsu-uirnvTCr'  %  vr.  A. "'.  **>���*  <*-;���  .y.  %".  New' Wfestministe  L  ^���X��**^<-^��X*^*<Mw>4^X~>��>*,*^&-^*��>x^^  LAND NOTICES  Form of Notice.  Similkameen Land District-  of Yale.  District  TAKE  of Midwav  NOTICE that 1 Spi-iucr Uenerman,  U.C.. occupation Miner, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the follow-  in*.'described laud:  Commencing at a p.isl planted it the North  West corner of Lot No 7SSk, theiic* north -t(i  chains; thence east SO chains: thence south 40  chains: thence west SO chains to point of com-,  meucemeut, and containing- 320 acres more or  less.  Dated the 14th dav of December. 1007.    , ���  :"*. SPENCER UEXEHMAS,  Fer H. STRAUSS, Ajfent.  g<><H><KK><^.3-<>00<>^^*riO<X>CK>0<>0 ��������  CHRISTMAS KXCUR3ION  KATKti.  Form of Notice.  District  Similkameen Land District,  of Yale-  TAKE NOTICE that I Frederick David  I.onu, of Park Rapids. Minn., occupation  bookkeeper, intend to apply for permission to  purchase the foilowiu*,'* described land:  Coiiimencinu* at apostplau'ed at the South  Kast cornerof Purchase Keeord No. 264s,thence  nortb'-SO chains; thence east SO cliaius; tlience  south SO chains', thence west S!) chains to poiut  of commencement, and containihir 64;) acres,  more ��r less.  PRKDER1CK DAVID LOXK.  Per HENRY STRAUSS. Aireut.  Dated the 25th dii.v'of November, 1907.  LAND NOTICES  TAKE.NOTICE  that  Lui.nl  Similkameen Land TMstiict    District  of Yale.  rtuV Valc-C( Inmbia  iber Coni]>any, Litnited. of Nelson.  Proviiu-c of British Culunilda. bv 'nccupaiion  Lumber Merc'nants.intends to applv fora special timber licence over the fo'lowinjr described  lauds: Commencitu; ?.l a post- planted a limit  40 chains distant, aud in an'easterly direction  front N.W. corner of. Lot to; Gei>r*.**e Fan Id's  Pre-Einplion : theitiv ea��t ��S�� chains; i.iieuee  north SOclriins: thence west ftp chains : 'hence  KoiitUSO ch'iiits to pot-it of commencement,  aud contatnimr nil) acr's. inor- or less  The Yale-Col urn bl.-i Luuibcr ("���ininaii v.Lim'oed  , l{y J. Ii. Leasia. Aui-iit.  Datti'i October ."*.6lli. '')i.i7.-  Similkameeri Land ni?trict.  of Yale  Disirict  TAKI  Luiv  Similkjimsen Lane1 District,  of Yale  District  E   NOT Ir I". That   n-e   Yale-Columliia  tuber I'li'iip.-iny. Lld.Nel-o.i.ff.ivinci- of  I ish ("oliiiiibia.liv occitnatioit T.unibi-r   >'i-r-  ! i-h.-tnts. intends to .-ipp!-.-   for a   "p'trial   tiftiber  I iiieice, over   tlie   fi-llowim*-   desciibed   lni-ls:  j ���'omnieuciiit.** at a post nlanied about   12 chains  ' d;-lant and in a Westerly direction   from   IWp  Creek, aiiil   one   and   a   half miles East of the  West Fork of   the   M.-itii   KeHle   River; tbeace  nfirtlt It.') chains: thenceeasi jocliaius :   tl-ciic--  tonth !'" .-h:\ins: t' e;n-e ivesl Vl e'(l;,'���s to 1> out  \'i< connut-u .:enn'itt. and  coiimliiin^  '>t)  .-.cri-*.  iiioie or less  i The Yah-' olutnhia Lumber f'.iininiu-.Limited  ! lty .1. il: Leasia,'Air-nt.  A D.ilel Novi-inlier 2nd.   1107  I  TAKE   NOTICE   that  the  Lmiibcr Cot- p.iny, I.iini  Yale Columbia  ���d, of Nelson,  Ti.C.. lumber manufacturers, intend to apply  for special timber Mcettcesover tin; followini.'  describeil lands, all situate ia the Similkameen  Division of Yale District, Dritisli Columbia : ���  1. Coninienciut,** at a \;"<i planted at the  North East corner of C.oniia.u V.VstV Lot No.  2S47 on tlie West Fork of she Main Keith; River,  thence north so chillis: thence east-v'i chains:  thence south X*.) chains: lln'iice we-t -to cliaius  to point of cotnmeiiceineiH. and contalnitiu' ��i*t(>  acres more or less.  Dated Novembet 20th. I')tl7.  Montreal. Tornnto   ittdnll jioints  M;est  thereof in Ontario and  Quebec.    Quebec, St  John  Halifax and other  Mari-  ��� *���..  time   Province   Cities,  rates on appliestiun.  'Tickets on sale  dailv   December  1st   to  December 31st. rouud  trip   first   class.    Three  tfiontbs limit.  Old Countrr Rates. Halifax,   St.  , John or Portland and return .  .T.  Ri-itin-i Ocean Fares: Salot-n,  S104.50 ; Second, ��76 ; Stecrnsrc,  S5S, and up according to steamer  jS -For /urtlier   particulars  ca',1 on 2  0          Local Ajjonts. or address ���$  '2  J. MOE,          ���      E. J. COYLB. \j  U     p.P.A. Nelson       A.G.P.A.Vaticouvcr O  5 E.    R.    FrROP-^TM.    AGENT 9,  6 .������.'. GREENY/OOD,               > 5  CK>0-0<><W>0<K>-*><><>0<��0<>OOC-0<><>C<>0  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Rep  ���.���lations.  -.  A NY available Dominion Land- '.viihin the  ���ri Railway, IJelt in Briti-h Columbia, may be  honicttcaded by any person who is the sole  head .if a family, or any male over iS year^ ot-  aire, t; Mie extent of one-iju 11 ter section of 16'l  acr. 3  r.!or�� or less.  En -y must.be made peisoitKily at the Jcic.il  lam*, f flice for the district iu v. Iiirli tiie laud is  situ c. Kntrj- \>y proiv maj, howe-.��r. be  Ttfa "TJri ceTtain com!TtloiT, ~l>y T]if~i'afliFrT  in iter, son, daifjhter.jbrc.ther or sister of an  in.etidiu*.'* liome?teader.  Tlie honiesteader is r.Mpiire.l to perform !h"  coitdiiions C'litt.ect.-d tlu-rewitii under one i i  tlie follow-in*-** |d.ius:  -1) At least six monilis* reM-Ieee."* tipr��u and  ciiltivati'm 'it tht; laml in etcii vear for thiee  years.  >2) If tile father for mother, \< tbe f.uln-' i-  deceast.d'. of the honie��"''*'il*'r reside, it; e-�� a  ,'arm in the vici'iiiy of tlie l.md ������uteie.l f.> .-h"  lentiireineuts as to resi<Ieiice ui.tv be - it:-, e-d  by such person residing w uii the fatlo-i >i  mother.  f.l' tf r he settler   tia-.-    hi-. " -T "��* en * i."-n' ���  upon fariiii-iu" land o\v-hei'. ir. hit 1 hi   !h    . e..i  ity  >f tiis  lionu-steatl,  the   -e<| .i"(e ueiii.    ,\^   ...  re-.i.ieMC mav  lje  su'isuetl   by   residence   t::ton  ilie said la-ni.     ���  ���s'k ntout Its- uo;i'-.- *o ivritine should >'.- (.';"����� a  "Hi- t'(oinnis~;.-ii-,.;i- of Dominion L se;l - :-t  ',.itt;iM*a of i!ii^u**eii to applv ���oil* pii'.ent.  X i  -"';~'-*'-.';.*r^''*.&'"ifi^^iVi  ���,^'^J  Similkameen  Land Dislr'ct  of Yale.  District  id  Coal minim.'  f   ttvi-ii! I--ii'K  T,  "rt lv  Presbyterian���Services will be con  ducted morning* and evening, 11 a,m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Msthodist���Rev. F.J.Rutherford  B.A., will conduct setvioes as usual a*.  Methodist Church morning* and evening:  Sunday School at 2.30.  Catholic.���Church ��of    the   Sacred  Heart.���Divine service  1st,  third and  2. Comniencinir at a p^n planted at the Nortli  West cornerof The Yule Columbia Lumber  Company's location N". 1. ou tiie West Fork of  the Main Kettle Kiver. thenei-. north S') chains;  tlience east SO chains; thence south 8'i chains:  thence west so chain- to point of commence  ment, contayiiu**-' t.-��t acres more or less.  Dated November 2 *th. t'^7.  AKK NOTIi'l". tl'.at 1*1  Lumber Conipanv. Limited  i'rovince i'f r.iiti-h Columbia, bv  Lumber Mi-rcliants.intends to apii'  ial limber licence over the f���*,lowi  lauds: C'imiueitciiiL' ai a t��ist --ituat  om*! half mile Ka-t of ihe 0'.!<. 'I'm  about -to chains K-asl -if -h- North West  of Lot i,2'loii the West Fork of the Main  iv'iver: thence north It/} chains; tbenc  4.1 chains: thence south' Id-'i c'tiain" :  i-ast 40 chains *o point ���.*!* Cin,lnle.lH-���*���nl',  t-r��utainiiiL' *"-'n acre-. niT'- or b**-s.  Tiie Yale-Columbia Lnmbt-rC  liy J. *lt Lea  Dated November 2nd. V 7  -"'..lUi.'l:  if    Nels,  n-rtil-aib  for a ipi  ,l,"-,M'lt  1   ;,!>,,  I p<-  rental of jl   per  ii--.- shall   tie  -o.uo i.ity.    A r,  ,er l.ei shall be c  ���".il mined.  D-V.itv of  N. It.    fnantie  t eriisenn-a*. tvill  ht  ly-o-ic   \-en*  aer,i.    Not  I,.- is,-d to   ,  y.iltv at Uie t  Colii-cted on  na.v h�� le  no  ,(;*;���>;���  lb, lice  ���It. and  i;i!i v.Lit-.lit,'  'Au'i-ut.  3. ConimencinL';  West corner of TI  Compain *s 'nc.us-i  trie >,lain Kvt'ie  tlience east-in c!  tlience west An cha  n-.e.nt. ,:,,nt:riui:3'T '  Dated November  : a post ]danted at tlieNortii ]  i    Vale   Columbia    T.umbel j  Sil  .,<'. .', till  K !'���"*.*r. t'lu-m:  i n ,  poll  s. Ml,  "07.  he >'. e-n'roru- o  north li;') chains  south !(/'") eliaias  t of com inftH*,-  >nt or K's-.  Form of Notice.  Similkarneen  Land District.   .District  of Yale  Similkameen Land district.  of Yaie  iiMtK  T  A K  o,n au  Kip..!:  *���;  N'v  .- Di-:r  ���l.bv.ii.  ���rnli"  ���I:   C*  ��� t', jmr-bas  .11. 1",  lllov  o;j':  .%'���'  TAKI*. >*  .-uii. 1>  NOTICK tha- C  S*;ifiilkam*ien LanJ Hi  set.  4. Commcnc  ICa-t corner of  Cor*.patty's loe.  fourth Sunday in  each  nsoiith.    Holy : tlience north i',  ^ ,��� , , ,.       ! thence south 1-  ���mass at 10 a. ra..; vespers and ueuedtc- ; menU c,nuaini:i-  tion   at  7:30   p.   m.; Sunday   school at i    5a,s''tc<"-v"'.1"'  r ' J '1 in-:  \ v.-.i-C  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bkdapd, ��.). M. I.,  -s at a. **���  The Y:  oi: N<>-  ,   the  :thei  chains '  I'  pastor.  J.tL  ���..i'l acres r  vv;���.:-���,   H  LiMirt-:i  LEASIA, -Ai-ent.  ante,! at tlt'.Xuri'.  ,>i-.:::lt,ia Lunlbe;  the West Fork o  ce west -50 cliai:;?  ���e ea>t 4.) chains  ::it of corllltienci  ^jre or less.  ,*cui*Kitioti Ai:coui:taat.  ,.il t-i purcha  in. io  in.  -i���  the foil,  :'.^r ,1.-  j lan.l:-  j ContnteuciiiL- at  ! l"a-t comet of ***.o"  i the West F-irl; ot t  : s,>;ith l-i chains: C  j north 4*' ,-iiains : i  1 of com nieuc-n-i'-iit  !  mr 'e"J  less.  :T  NOT b.  I.,.! N-  . .ed  Liu  M*  COMI'ASl  . I.'.  h'ltOi'l ���  ���fit   iLLl.V  Itv J.  If.  Date,! October 2j>:h. X  mm**!y?>wi*^^  THE  \%^b  miiiBAWt c;  .���BSS3&  times,    *    -S^S\     l-r.  Mathison.   Deudst,    oppo-  ~T       N ir)Cpjc<;~(( isUe lhe Post 0ffice' v,'m be ab~  l U W is   1\J rl\j o     \\   jsent-from  Greenwood  for   ,sorae  I months after the end of December  L  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone % j     Greenwood is the liveliest town  Wallace-Miller Block, open evening j"? the Boundary:.   This is not hot  The same to you!  1  ti  m  naif�� ����g&tiM k  <J*3  ��uair  *  !  i',*.  We   desire  to   thank you one  and   all   for   your   patronage  during 1907, and hope to have'  a continuance of setme    :    :    :  ���MS,-  ti  ii!  I  �����*'$./     ��C>* ^  I  1!��  .'���a  ><?   1908   our  i ; I:  ciecartnicms  Goods   in   all i\*.  will  be   found   Right  Remember the Friday night  dancesinEag-les'hall.  Good time.  Many residents of Greeuwood  are preparing to get on the milk  wagon next Wednesday.  Greenwood merchants report  the Christmas trade this year  equal to any previous year.  Greenwood needs energetic and  progressive men for mayor and  aldermen in 190S. Elect the  present board by acclamation and  no mistake will be made.  A teacher the other day asked  if any pupil" could tell" her who  was the ruler . of our country.  There was considerable guessing  for awhile, when one little hand  went up and the answer came.  " Dan Dodd."   .  air the Times is peddling.  The annual ball of the Knights.'  of Pythias will be held iu the old  Masonic hall on New Year's night.  'Twas a good Christmas gift to  Phoenix and Grand Forks���The  settlement of the Boundary la'bor  troubles.  Next Wednesday* district No. f>  of the ��� Western .Federation of  Miners will hold a convention in  Greeuwood.  There will be a joint installation of,. Phoenix aud Greenwood  Masons tonight in Fraternity  hall, GreenwooL  There are 394 names ou the  city voters' list. Of these 357  are property owners, -30 householders aud beven* qualify by  license.   ��*���*,  i  wceiy r ersona.  ���*\**s\+ y "VV ���  O-  ��i!  ti  ���|'*|  Urn  ti  ti  >,*:  i  I;!  ?''  t;;  'ii:  I?  at Right  Prices,  ?��.v.:i-jn��tvv,i  ',*.*, -jr*Kjuihk ���iT^utiiJTT- icvr;  ���^arviwrrrsmvi  I  ti  It is reported that James Smith,  I superintendent of  the'Jewel, will  Jim Gner of the Ledge owns a ; shorlly ]e-l(i to t1ie altar  :i youug  lady, well known in   Greenwood's  best society. -**  Ah  it  i   H  ri \ \  i \ u U 0 L v I L11 \.   \J 11U L  C O M PA N V,   LT D,  HARDWARE  CLOTHING  ft  GROCERIES *..  i!  ^^^^MMS^Sli^^  v     IMPORTERS  neat colonial cottage on Church  street, and rooms in it. On each  side of tho lot C. J. McArthur  has piled hundreds of cord:*; of  wood. Of course Jim buys wood  ���but he is certainly a lucky man.  A lady in Greeuwood sent the  C. P. R. staff here a number of  ties for a Christinas present*. A  joke is a joke, but this is carrying  it too far. Everyone knows the  C. P. VR. needs new "ties,", but  why insult the gentlemanly  officials who look after the CI' E.  dividends here.  Now that the miners of Phoenix  have agreed to go to .work Editor  Wilcox has taken to eating three  square meals a day. Ever since  the shut down he has beeu living  on dried apples and water. It is  upt true the editor lost 60 pounds  during* the past  seven weeks:, the.  exact - amount  pounds.  beins"   on]  53>'S  East Friday night Santa Claus  visited the Presbyterian church  and   made   the   children happy.  A. L. White is visiting Spo^  kane and other Eastern Washington hamlets.  Mrs: Howard Moore aud children spent Christmas, with her  parents at Phoenix.  Mr.-.-aud Mrs. A. D. McMillan  of Grand Forks spent Christmas  vyifch Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Dixon.  George Burns came down from  Beaverdell  Tuesday, to  undergo"  treatment   iu   the   hospital  for a  bad ankle.  Sydney M. Johnson returned  last week from the Arrow Lake  district whore he has been surveying timber limits.  Mr. and- Mrs. N. F. Kendall of:  Nelson are visiting friends in the  city. Mr.*Kondall was formerly  cashier in the Bank of Montreal  here.  M"K. l>Hld, wife of Chn'f of  Pt'!i.*���: D'tdd, who w.'ts very ;-':l in.  th*-.* !-'>spital I'*h* a. few wi-i-ks, is  now a her home a*.;d is regaining  iu heali h t-very day.  Mrs. J. ">V. Nelson, who went  to Spokane ."-bout l*;.n days ago to  visit her ;'  ously ill, '  the first oi  &.  ONLY "ONE QUALITY���THE BEST  ONLY ONE PRICE   60c PER    LB  esse  FROM < ~   ���  )\  r%.  "'r'^Uj-'V^A.^  was  dangei  ���x i.)oc' ed - h nmft  a bout  lie vear.  as her sister  The Christmas vocation at the  public "school commenced last  Friday, and the pupils can enjoy  themselves until January 6th  throwing snowballs, coasting-and  skating.    - .  The chonV'.'of St. Jude's church  will go to Phoenix next Sunday  to repeat the Christmas music  given iu the church here on  Christmas day.  "On.with the dance, let joy be  ttneonfined," is,an old quotation.  Take in .the dau^ce ever}7 Friday  nightirt Eagles'' hall and you'll  have a splendid time. v* .  Next 'Sunday Rev. F. J. Rutherford will pteach in the Methodist  church morniWg J.ud evening.  Subject iu the evening will b.e the  "Social Question" as' viewed   by  this   journal     of   education, .  is  the church. spending his Christmas holidays  A.    r* -nn       ���' ��� ti  .    with friends at  Nelson.    If  this  At   Greenwood, B.C., on    Dec- -, ,   ���       *���  ���       *,-���    ..*.���-* 1  ,       -,,  ,   ..      >*   -i ^      r> *       ^  week s.issue is not i.p to its usual  ember 21st, Mr   nndrew   George  . .   ,   -��� -. ��� , --,,.1,,* ,,r  a       i    . - -s  a >*-,'--nt^ ,,���     t?    bigh,.staudard don t blame  Mac,  Swanluuo and Miss Nannie  Johi .   - &.      .   .    ,    A-   .,   ������,. -  , .,'  is convalescing.  V. M. Sherbino, Phoenix, received word on Christmas afternoon of the ve-rv sudden death -of  his " father. 'Mr, Sherbino will  have the sympathy of many  Greenwood friends in his bereavement.  J. L. Watson, principal of the  Greenwood public school, left  last Saturday to spend Christmas-  vacation op a farm near Chilli-  wack.. Rumor has it that'he will  not return alone���at least the  cowductor and a .number, of passengers will accompany him back.  A.    D. Macfarlane,    editor   of  i  ^  i  i j . GREENWOOD,   B.C.  t I "For the last twenty years this Fine Tea has been||  $ | imported'directly from Assam, India. ��� ft is af"  \'\- st"raig-ht. pure Assam Tea, not a blend, and coining al-  i\ w���"+��� --����r^     '      ��� ���       ���  ') ���:���.  <* \ wiiys. from one G arden the flavor is always the same  O* k J. &$.  tuuFI-*  EF  We   all  have  our   notions-regarding  coffee, and,it's.not  easy   to  produce  a  blend /that   will   suit   everybody/  But W.E seem to have such  a "blend.  all coffee and all good coTee,  T.   > .  J.I     '  vou don't  Try  one.  ike it  it.  VOU'11    l)(-  31b  Per  die"first  package  le HUNTER-KENDRICK C0.,LTDi  ��� ' '  * ..-..* ���     ' . '|.!#.|.[  *Sr-E03E3ISSJB 4ESEE5H2SK51 SflHEOSIHSCB gaiMtbM&a.'Ballt SGBSnZSSHSSS efiteJpjJB  '.   :V    V:-".'..   ���      ".-.;g>,  ��� ��� ^ifl'-bl  , ���*..*'. $i��i* u��.|  ' :*- :,' : }iM'\~ '.thi  U '& ~in "b *& ~i" tyty ty tyty ty ty ty 4* 4- 4�� *4* ty ty ty ty ty ���&!'* vi  JW " .���'.���*������' '*���    '$mYmA:\I  :e\-& united   m   marriage.  but the printer's devil,   as he has  Th? Christmas  tree  was  loaded j ^son.^------   ���-   -�����-   left     His    Satanic   Majesty   in  rir,,x7,-,    Txri+ii    .r^nri   iii'f,io-o    *-���,i   I hev tia.ve * the   best   wishes   ot    , ���r    . .        J.    ..  (town   witn   gooa . tuings,     ana        ..-. . nM' ������   cnarge.    We have beeu  looking  Q,'v,n��Titi-   wna   ci-Virttni-o-  <*>r   +v,a  their* many.   Iriends.    .1 liev will ^,   .     .. ,   ���  .   . . -.-.T ^  aanerents   a-nu   scnoiais   ot   tne| .       - - over the police court news in Nel-  reside in Greenwood.    .*-. ,    . ;*.,*,���        ,,    ..-,*.    -.-^  .sou, but fail to see that the editor  kirk ��� received many handsome  presents. A short program, was  rendered, which pleased both old  and young. .-*-.."  Ernest Mills of Greenwood has  been appointed acting secretary  of the Western Federation of  Miners, with headquarters at  "Denver, Colorado? yice James R.  Kirwin, resigned.. Mr. Mills,  who was a member pf the executive of the federation, assumed  the duties'of office last Saturday.  The appointment is a good "-one-  and his many friends iu British  Columbia will be pleased to learn  of his promotion.  o K. J? Morrison aud Miss Letilia lias been arrested. -He must be  Maud McCurdy were married at behaving himself or is " lost iu a  the Manse  on" Wednesday.  25th  great city." \  December.  The young couple  are held in high esteem. in this  community, and best wishes foi-  BONNIE BRIER  BUSH CO.  In "The Bonnie Brier Bush"   which  Kellogg. Idaho?  The ChrisLiuas tree and  entertainment at the Deadwood school.  low them to their    new   home   in   conies to the Auditorium,  Jan.  7,  we  are. .'ajftiin   1o   be   etitertalne.d   with a  charming* play in which  Scotch  home  life is portrayed with   na.tt*?ralne.ss, to-  g*et-her with a delifrhtful   combination  ,    .        ,      , AT      , ���    , , ; of rich humor and 'dramatic   situations  house last Mouday night was en-  such ris are r:n.elY see���   in the.*iatVer  joyed by the little ones,   and   the ! day   performances:    Ian    MacL,aren's  big  OU.es   as'well.     On   the    tree j tale .'adapted     by   James   MacAvthur,  candies    and I editor of "The 'Roolonan," and himself  a   native Scot, has   proven one of   the  most   endurintr   book    dramatizations  now being* used.for'stage purpose?,  *=>  were   many   toy is,  'costly presents for everyone in the  camp. ���������-...  Tbe Christmas tree and enter-! The Anaconda News did not  iainnfeut at the Mother Lode; i^sue a Christmas number this  mi*, c :ir,d bi-Hniinu house Christ-1 year.    Coming   as  it does   with  ma*-eve was  an   event   that will j the     great     banking-  Ion:,* ti. i-.nu-mberi  institu-  ��� d bv those whol tions of the world uneasy, the  atieuu.d. On -he "<><- were; non-appearance of the annual hits  'ma, v i'v ami iu! prct-ents (or the! this camp in the solar plexus,  ���ri*,Wti uo folks and toys, candies. \ which will take years to overtime children of the camp. ; come.    There's   no     danger 3 of  etc  lor  ck>^oo<k><k>o-<><>ck>o<km><>*>ch>oo<k; <iKK>t*>c ~-,**'*<>-o^^  0<K>CKKH>0<K>OC��XK>0-0<>0<K)-CK>0<K> CKKKKK>0<>CH>0000<KK>0^-CI-OOCK>0-CK>0 -i>0-CK>0<*KX)<>O<K*K><><X>O0b-C*K><> .  o  ^Wna  Alter Siin'a hud   distributed   thfc j Robert Keffer being lynched, but  presents ihe hall  was cleared and j he will be  cussed   and  discussed  Tra^TTir=w--as-i-mlu4g-cd*=^  crowd was good,.the music excel-;, for the cruel blow he gave Green-  lent   -md   the   fhor  the best for : wood.  skipping ihe light fantastic, i The Times thanks James Mc-  Dancing was. kept up until 2; ('rCath, Sr., of the Greenwood  o'clock Chrisuints morn, then all | [^qUor company for a box of  th? guests donn-'d their outer; c^0[ce cigars on Christmas eve  ��a;ments and turned their weary i^Ir McCreath has the happy  ff-tlets homeward, :ill of tbe; faculty of knowing just what a  opinion that it was one of the: prinle*.- Hkes. The cigars were  mn^t fujovMlde nights ever spent, rna(]e [rom pure tobacco. The  in tht- Bouudarv. j reason we know is that the priut-   _  .__  ; ing palace has a rich aroma since  I the cigars were received. The  9 .... : boys all join in wishing Mac the  !'   :���������������'������'-*-��� best   that   1'iOS  has  ou   its  bill  "'j of fare.  O.W, N'lOKT OXI.Y, j      The pU!)jls of -tlje lnlbljc sch(Jol  T   s.t.A-,+1        Ttlokiv.w     7 I did not overlook  the  wtelders of  1 UeSa*.yf    January     / , \ lhc r()(1 at   Christmas.     Last Fri- (  _ 01 . ,  ijir-ti-        ' day afternoon  Principal   Watson i  Ernest Shipman and V/iUiam ,was     prt.SCMted    by    his   smart  G. Colvin j pupils with a set of books.    Miss  .,     . .!.,;  I Moffatt. who teaches  the  second  l'l-esitut    Ian M-ici.aren s Go iu'i-'  C .��� ' ,  On New Years Day���With a Rich/Warm Rug*-" Prices for  ykQe^^25^Cents4oJS^  Vi-f.-sro *���*.*��  uv   "g^  ^ChLJ?S.?.  ~tj����; -4.  ��� Jzr&  :-_^-s  J -iif-'^jrs       ���VJ^^S^r.      -iij-"lit>3       i  'VAAu  A"  ');  JL  t&~'  ",CQ  m  m  4*  ty  .ty  ���ty  'ty.  ty  /EwA  Cottage, 4 rooms, ck ie in.  '��� 4 rooms? near hospital  1 *        4 rooms, near   Smelter  Log House, 4 rooms V"    ?     "  Cabins aud Rooms in alt parts  of the Citv.  'PS* ; ,-.  mlty:  mm ,���������  <$mty  ~M'-:\    \  ;1tl|vJ  Mmtfo  (3"_*gJJ  Si^-gm&iim^i^mK-im&msm  %: Beaky Invest ment & Trust; Co;;  ���ty' OPPOSITE THE POST OJ^ICE.  ���%tty ty ty ty tytyty ty ty. tyty ty ty ty. tyty tyty ty ty tyty "-"llP  '������"   ���'"��� '   ''..'.     a v...".   .      ��������� ���'������ a lipilf m  a ar  ,�� * '��bms )������-*��<(��� a�� ������:#^ in�� a *b����o#������ e.#!ae����ott ����������*���-������(��.��#���-*��������������'  DEALERS IN  ^5*f  tmm  Vteh and  iStry.-  ���M-:~a\  Kit?���  .���^^Ms  liteM  Ladies' Secretaries.  dukahle and attractive.  Regular S'J 00      -     Sale Price.  $7-60  "   310(10     - "    '* "     S8 00  Roll Top 1 'esl{s,(Jllii*e t'urttltitiv tor vmi  J Rockers---For Rolling Corii-  ! fort.  ful Scottish Id  vi,  I gratle, was also remembered by  ! her orderly pupils. She receivitl  'a book   ha'id-ainielv   bound.    Ia  HE  W\-.   (    \ f\\ fssj] \�����'*'l the third division, where the -'wee  '    i  M * I ones"   are  taught   their A B C's,  KRIEF  Dush  i\'..*���;;��� ui"ir SI ?-")  ���' S*i 50  "       S4 C'ii  Sitlu Price;, Sl-00  " SI.90  "    $3.20  fr-��a^iit*��*a**t&*aa*9 0.*��*^��ftiiei9B��n��K*��p��tt*oi>  Fflf"  Original Kirke    La   Shelle   production.  20  Notable Cast of    20  Hearts.  The Play that Wins Al  -.Special Feature,   Miss Ma;  i Miss Martin received a beautiful i  | hand-painted plate and a hand-!  j painted bon-bon, dish. ' Thisj  j goes to prove that Greeri-j  I wood school children appreciate  able instructors and have hearts  j as big as ;m elephant.  POLICE!  POLICE!  Yesterday  the Times  received  a   letter   from  a voung   lady -iu  ' Eholt. applying for a position on  | our obituary staff,   and  enclosed  I a "���gem."'' as she calls it, to   back  Iron Beds, Springs,  Mattresses.  A necessary article   in cver_v  Home-  Prices to Fit Your  Purse.  -M  vit  Chill  unit  mMM  OSVr**���**���AM  Plain ancl.witii" Mirrors-  Regular  514 00    -    SJale  Price, $11.40.  Regu 1 ai* 516 00    -     Sale  Price,  $12.80-  fft  A.^iiViA,  lue yuee'n  'if   j up her mournful feeling:  Scottish   SonCf.' ! Sotno things about the liolidnys  Sideboards,  BEST VALUE ON EARTH.  Regular 312 SO   -     Sale Price, $9 95 ��6  _��_"_ S2450^           "       $19-60 g|  Extension Tables, 09  ROUKD'AND SQUARE. 22  ResrularSIS 00    -    Sale Price,  $14-40 ��0  "'*'      =20.00 -       "       "       $1600 gg  06  ��  tBS^tSEfiisI '�����  and  .-ion.  rices:  1  ive-.-i.-i  Aro quite unfair to madam;  vod Seats, 51.50 ��� ~?ot instance, there's*a Christmas Eve, j  ,   '     "    ,*   "('i .'���      !     But where's her Christn.as An.-ttn?      j  1     Probably your Adam is playing!  | sluff in the nearest saloon for the! 55  I drinks.      If    not   there,   ask   a  1 policeman.  ���w  -*^r��i_  ���S"^  -1.00    General Admi.-  75c.   Seats at Thonia  Drutr Co.  phone 16    ��� 1 ne furniture.  ~~~\ jF  Man.  Phcne 16  6 6<*!<h*>'**x***-oo<***-**^^  C 0 0-0<>0<>0<><>0-0<><>0-CKKK><>0<><>0<>0<K<^^  ���'^y ~&4 m -4   tug?  c^  tii*i^*^:-*i".wv^-.-ji*ia  '^���4111''  mm  pas**!  l&Ss'i  We have just received a shipment of fine  English Gcccis for Fall and Winter Suits  and  Overcoats        : ;  Best of Workmanship and no advance on  former Prices s : i :  ��� GSZ3Z  !H  llercbait.  COPPER ST. ���  Zafm  GREENWOOD, B.l  ���srglJ


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