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 ���***STXlilZJSto*i>ti. xu  VOL. 11  \  fJEjffiS.W fiSSEfflSSESOTB IK'S &J.*j1^*v.M*id*a*a> (S&UffiS  W. B.  8 I l.i  > Take it. to ���:;������'.-':  WHITE BROS,  And witli every Cash Purchase of not less titan a  They will give you a Box  A Hot weather necessity.  This  Offer is good till Wednesday, August 7th  Dispensing Chemists.   Opticians  r q-pMBBgnwatxiega mi> MMWg/j-jMiEBEBa w a  > i'i'ji**a*A'*-n-Ji*iH"'tf *|  A BOISTEROUS TIME  Is Occasioned by the Sunday News  xGR^ENWOOD, B. C, FRItffe  1907.  No.  :#t.m$  OF HAYWOOD'S ACQUITTAL  The Occasion Calls out a Spontaneous  Outburst of enthusiasm Among  Federation Men.  must have spent a noisy and n<  unprofitable night.  \To many citizens it must have  seeded unhappy that the event  had h(\t been postponed until  some wee\ day evening, as t^e  noise and cUqiorseemed incon"  sistent with th<gUpp0se(j qu 'iet~  ness of a Sabbath e-ionijjg,     y  flUL ACCIDENT  TALK SEEMED RIGH!k  {������flHBHai^^^  Wc arc commencing' our Annual  Summer Sale and for two weeks  some exceptionally good values  may be had in all lines of' Summer Goods and Millinery. Come  and inspect our stock and'you  will be convinced that our prices  ' and values are the best ever offered. For further particulars see  hand bills.  MiMi��Mjii��uiMi*Jaa��PMjEB*a*******P***gJ*^^  Dry Goods.  Millinery  m.\imm  you:  IN THE PIANDS OF AN INEXPERIENCED PERSON. IP THERE IS SOMETHING  WRONG WITH IT BRING IT TO A  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER. OUR  SPECIALTY IS WATCH REPAIRING.  ��UR ta��RK IS GUARAHTEEB  /\e    JL*****  Copper Street  Greenwood  NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER  When a telegram arrived on  Sunday afternoon last saving that  Haywood had been acquitted,  Greenwood Miners' Union took  hasty steps for a celebration of  the event; Word was quickly  circulated that fireworks, a torchlight procession and speeches  would be the order of the evening. This was to have been expected because in the trial of  Haywood, the Wertern Federation of Miners was equally on  trial, and his acquittal meant  much  to the Federation. ���  At an early hour men began to  assemble at Miners1 hall where  President Steel engaged those assembled with aspeech, occupying  the time until the arrival of the  men from the Mother Lode, who  about 9 o'clock marched through  town in a- body and, halted in  front of the Union hall. They  were greeted with hearty cheers  by those there assembled. In the  centre of the.lighted street President Steel took his stand and began another address. He was  frequently applauded by some of  tlie crowd, and quite as frequently interrupted by others, by  the explosion of fire crackers and  bombs., Nobody-felt ��ifraid however,, because ��� as ,,was remarked  by the speaker, there was no Pet-  tibone being used. Whether the  interruptions were caused by men  whose' einberance could not be restrained, or by men of conservative turn who wished to silence  the inflammatory speech of their  leader'could not be said.  President. Steel congratulated  the men on what ��� the Western  Federation and the local union  stood for "and" pointed out that the  lessening of the daily hours of  work, and the accompanying increase of wages that had come to  the men, was Ihe results of local  organization and affiliation with  the Western Federation. The  audience present was prepared to  hear the Federation landed, but  some present, even some of the  Federation membe rs, were not  prepared to hear a jnan openly  declare on VtEeVpub-Tt^^  he was ah anarchist. ���;  Steel confessed that he wis  "excited" and one listening to his  declaration would conclude that  he was.  The merchants of Greenwood  came in for a severe handling by  the speaker, who alleged that  they were ungrateful and unfriendly to the working man.... :  He attempted to prove this by  their reluctance to extend credit  to the men, evidently overlooking  the fact that the co-operative  concern with which he is connected can give the merchants  pointers on how to safeguard  credit.  In their zeal to demonstrate  their natural joy over the acquittal of Haywood, many were indiscreet enough to set off firecrackers inside the > union hall  and some of the bar rooms, to the  intense jeopardy of. public property. Chief of police Dodd, however, busied himself to see that  this nuisance and danger^ were  abated. From Jubilee mountain  great charges of dynamite were  discharged, some of them shaking the houses of the town and  in some instances breaking glass.  Mr. n. M.'McNicol 1, first vice-  president of the Canadian Pacific,  in a recent interview in > Nelson  talked very flatteringly; of this  province and its future, and iuti-  mated his road's"readiness to do  its very best for its development.  His words inspire the hopeful to  believe that railway building  west of Midway is in the mind  of the big road's management.  Are Alive  Cranbrook is agitating the matter of au artificial lake, to cost,  without the price of the required  land, between Sl-2,000 and $15,-  000 dollars. The deal may not  be carried through but its agitation suggesls a live town, and a  citizenship that believes in trying to do things.  Befalls a Greenwood Citizen.  AT MIDWAY MONDAY LAST.  quito back to the lake. Fortunately in the Bouudary the evenings get cool, the heat having  adopted even a better than the  Boundary . scale and invariably  going oil shift after about six  hours. .  Edwin Hallett Upsets the Waeon and  he suffers Injury.  A PALACE ON WATER  The new steamship Lusitania  is now receiving her .finishing  touches on the Clyde,, and this  magnificent Cunarder will soon  be in commission.  Some idea of the huge dimensions and perfect appointments of  this floating town may be gathered from the following: Length.  785 feet; gross tonnage, 32,500,  speed, 25 knots; state rooms, ten  and a: half feet high; 5,000 electric lamps; 1,200 windows; window's like those of a house, brass  bedsteads; beds-warnied by electricity; turkish, vapor and medicated baths; lifts, gymnasium and  nursery; telephone in every cabin.  The ship will be provided with  everything possible to make her  appear, as much like a home and  as little like a ship as possible.  Broad windows, a cozey window  seats, cheerful open fires and a  wealth of electric lights will contribute to the passenger's comfort and lend to the delusion that  he is not at sea after all.  We regret to report a very  serious accident to Mr, Edwin  Hallett^on Monday evening last.  Mr.' Hallett and Mr. Jas. Clark,  of T. M. Gulley & Co'y, bad been  to Midway to bury the remains of  the late Mr. Kennedy, whose  body h ad been found in Kettle  rive. This service performed,  Mr. Hallett suggested that as the  evening was warm they should  water the horses before returning. To do so they went to the  government office grounds where  water could be obtained. The  wagon they drove was a new one  and very cranky and in turning  the wheel caught under the box  and before he could right it, was  upset aud the horses ran away.  Mr. Hallett was thrown forward  and in addition to being injured  by the fall was kicked by one of  the horses and bruised by the  wagon. His injuries are painful  and serious ane his suffering in  this hot weather extreme. He  had two ribs broken, was kicked  iu the head, and his body is a  mass of bruises.  OUTPUT OF BOUNDARY ORES  Explained  When our old friend Isaac Skid-  more recently returned from  Goldfields and told us how rejoiced he was to get back lo the  Boundary we charged his glee up  to our wonderful climate. But  Isaac knew of things of'which  we were ignorant aud the real  source of his joy was hidden from  the public, who only discovered  it when ou Wednesday, 2*4 th inst.,  he aud Josephine Mary Brown, of  this citv, were quietly, married in  Phoenix where  they will reside.  BLUE BOOK FIGURES.  .         '__ . .      i  Iu -190.0 Russia exported over  200,-000 tons of nggs, over SO,000  tons coming from Riga alone.  In 1S71 the deposits iu the chartered banks and sswings banks of  Canada were SGS,000,000. In 1 !)07  they are $(>(JO,000,000.  In 1S81 the number of letters  and post cards sent through the  post oifiees of Canada totalled -18-  000,000. In M100 il had swollen  to 357,000,000.  In ten years the trade of Canada  has grown from 245.millions to 012  millions.  Is it Impeachment?  TOO  ENTERPRISING  In    Acquiring    Wearing  Apparel 2  TWO-'.-ROGUES' ARRESTED  And Tried Before Judge  Hallett for  Obtaining Goods Under False  Pretenses  The Pinch of Prosperity.  The deposits in the banks are  slowly increasing, and this money  is passing out again in loaus either  "call" or "current." In the  month of June "call" loans increased by twenty millions showing  thafe-thebanks-found���it���necessary-  to come to tbe aid ofo the brokers  and larger holders of listed stocks.  The stock market has to, be bolstered up occasionally, and June  was a regular bolstering month.  During ��� the same period "call"  loans made by Canadian banks in  New York increased three millions.  General or "current loans on the  other hand, increased only two  millions, bo that the manufacturing and other industries were uot  so highly favored by the bankers  as werelihe brokers and .financiers.  This financial pinch is likely to  have a serious effect on expenditures which may be classed as "non-  dividend producers." In other  words, the amount of money spent  on luxuries and public works of  one kind or another is likely fo be  curtailed. This will not be au unmixed evil.���Canadian Courier.  The low grade mines of the  Boundary, which first began shipment in 1900, sending out 100,000  tons that year, having been  steadily increasing. The 1906  shipments, were 1,.161,537 , tons,  and that of 1907 will be a larger  gain thereon.  The high grades, up to the end  of   1906,   had   in   the   past four  years shipped out over 10,000 ions  with a value of over 81,000.000.  Mines Tbtal to       Tons  low grade    end 1906   in .1907  Snowshoe    102,466     54,845  DomCopCo    400,000     91,921  BCCopCo 1,090,000    140,721  Granby Cop Co3,000,000    339,811  HIGH GSADE  Duncan   Prince Henry..  Preston    Mavis    Don Pedro   Crescent    Rambler   Bay   Strathmore   VERVUV  Elkhorn    Skylark   Providence..,  Jewel   Riverside ......  Sally ....  18  15  20  10  95  90.  76  75  160  =653=  1,675  .1,176  3,948  2,670  310  40  30  75  20  224  710  90  80  The district smelter  treatment  for 1907, to date, is 62,000 tons.  Prices of Metals  The prices of metals continue  very satisfactory, nnd with slight  fluctuations, hover around the  following:  Copper...'. 2(��J4 cents  Silver (titf cents  Lead  5>4  cents  Victoria advices say - that Aik-  man, a local barrister, is in communication with the attorney general and the minister of justice  with reference to the proceedings  to remove Mr. justice Martin from  the bench...  The basis of the complaints is  said to be Mr. justice Martin's neglect to obey the re<[uesr.s of chief  justice Hunter to sit on two occas-  ions.reeently.  The procedure of the case would  be by au addre.is to the commons  and to the senate which would result in the appointment of an investigating committee wliich recommends to tho governor general.  Only two such eases have 'oi:cur-  ed since 1S07, and in both instances-  the just.ici'8 wen*. exonerated. ���iVel-  sou News.  Fifflll On.  Tt is reported from Vancouver  that Mr. .Joseph Martin will be  nominated today us an. independent, in opposition to lion ,\W .1.  Bowser, who setfks re election having i>ecorn(rT(KC^iTeyfG*.e'nVS:al���HI  this McBride ministry.. .       '  THE EMPIRE,,     '  Two foreigners whose business  methods were more enterprising  thau honest, conceived the idea  that it was foolish to spend good  money for their wearing apparel.  They evidently thought that socialism to be good must be practically  applied, and that as Russell-Law-  Co. had lots of men's furnishiugs  while they were rather shy, they  would seek to make a division.  With that intent they" approached  the firm last Saturday for a good  suit each on the presumed credit  of an approaching pay day on the  10th. ..They got the suits although  we are told by street, orators that  Greenwood merchants will not  trust the laboring man, and immediately decided that the climate  at Trail was preferable to that of  Greenwood. . The manager of the  company learning that they were  leaving town began to make inquiries as to what the men had  left behind in liquidation of their  purchases and found that their  names did not appear on the payroll, and that on the 10th of August there was no pink slip coming.  And so he got busy and went to  the train. But he was unable to  secure money or clothes, but he  did learn their destination and  forthwith sent word to the Trail  authorities asking for their arrest.  On Tuesday morning word came  that the men had been apprehended  and chief Dodd of the  Greenwood  police  went over  for   them.    On  - i  Wednesday he returnsd and with'  him two disgusted men who were  inarched to the city hotel with the  bell on it.  The men proved to be Austrians  and an inspection of their baggage,  revealed the fact that iu addition  to.having two suit3 of clothes, thus  had never been worn, even the  price tags and numbers being still  ou them, other articles supposed to  be stolen wercbfouud.    In addition  Warm Weather  We are. in receipt of a useful  publication by the Greenwood  Board of Trade, entitled "Brief  Facts About the Boundary.-" The  descriptive matter deals with districts tributary to Grand Forks  and Greenwood and gives valuable  statistical references to the mining  aud smelting industries of the  The greater  part of the cele-j Boundary.    It also published  the  bration came however, after the  torches were burned out, after the  firecrackers had been spent and  the bomb�� and dynamite gone,  and   the   bar   rooms   of the city  The past week has been one of  those times when everybody you  met wanted to appear friendly and  would simply say "it's hot,"sometimes though with an adjective".  Tuesday was apparently the  warmest of the bunch. The local theremometers may. not be reliable but they got busy enough  to get up to the 92 line that day,  and how people did roar and kick.  We arc -in receipt of a copy of  the1"' Empire, John Houston's- new  enterprise at Prince Rupert. It  is a readable sheet and devoted to  the interests of northern British  Columbia, that land of great resource. That the editor intends  to tight for the new north  country may be inferred from the  following:   t. . :  With tlie fairness that will always be its chief aim. the. Empire  will concede eastern Uritish Columbia to be within the sphere of  influence of Vancouver and Victoria, both politically and commercially; but. with that much  couceded, it will maintain that to  Prince Rupert and Port Essington aud Port Simpson must be  conceded domination, both political and commercial, of western  British Columbia.  to a watch worn by each, a new  gohl watchuwas found in their possession. They were before Judge  rialiett on Wednesday but as both  professed uot to understand English, the ease was postponed until  Thursday in order to secure an interpreter.  When they \v ".-,; brought before  Che magistrate on Thursday evening they eleeted to be tried by him  rather than be sent to the County  Court and then through th" interpreter plead guilty to tl. charge  preferred of securing the goods under false pretence. Owing to their  having several articles in their possession that the magistrate wished  to iixiuire into more carefully sentence in the (-axe was deferred for a  day or two and the men were relegated to the cooler.  full scale of the wages now in force  in the.mines and smelters of the  district. We congratulate the  Greenwood Board of Trade on its  enterprise.���Grand Forks Gazette.  "Letmekiss those tears away.  he begged tended v.  "She   fell   for   it,    and   no was  busj- for the next fifteen minutes.  And yet the tears flowed on.  "'Can  nothing  stop them '." he  Over in   Oroville   the    same day j asked breathlessly sad.  the  tireless   mercury   ran   bases      "Nope."   she   murtnered.     Its  around   the  113   point   and   the ^7  fever, you know.    But goon  ��� ' j.     -ii j    ^u-u��..(- -.,.-���   with   the   treatment. ��� Cleveland  people just wilted, without even 1 ^  sufficient energy to shoo the tnos    L'eac,er-  i Clarence Darrow in commenting iip-  | on Senator Borah's address in the Hay  j wood trial said that Borah's speech to  the jury was the finest and the wises* I  he hak ever heard from counsel in i  ��� -ijreat murder case.  "Mr.   Borah   iniflu   have said mor<  without goim; outside  the  record, but  it was   noticeable   that   he   ommitted  some things in order to avoid the slightest tinge i'f unfiirncss."  Mr. Darrow also paid a tribute to the  conduct of the case throughout.  A YSSM^ll" '*5^~r���-<<"?���&���������*"���  CF*'  CF*\  CF*.  <St\  CF*\  Cr*\  CF*  Cr*  CF*  Cb=<*  cr*  Cr*  cr*  Cr*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon   President:   Lord St*athco��a and Mount^Soyal, G. C. M..G..  President:   Sm Gsoxgk A. Drummokd, K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager:   E. S.-Cl  Branches in London, Eng. \ ^J.r%Pr^aV  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfer*  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  \ Wm York, Chicago.  Grant Commercial an  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager. _  m^Jt\  0  ���*���*���*-�����  *=%  **����>  *��**��)  >���=��  ���*=-2  *=*2  *=%  **%  In 1S84 London 'was congratulating Kiug Leopold on his  "bloodless victory" in regard to  the Congo. Today the House of  Lords is burning with indignation  at the repeated stories of that  monster's tyranny. His unrestrained course supportedby whip  and Winchester, by cruelty aud  death is a blot on civilization  Ottawa had a half-million dollar fire  on the 25th ult.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$10,00,000.   Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  H. K.  WALKER.  H. H.  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.  President. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  MORRIS, Supt. Pacific Coast Branches.  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ttSUSO AT TW tOLUOWMO RAT8S*  S3 and under    8  Over $5 andaotaeeedteg�����    6  "   $10  '  " *        9��  ��  -   $30      " ���        ����  13 cents  ;'bese Orders are Payable at Par at any office lii'Canada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in the United States.  HECOTIASLK AT A FIXED KATC AT  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money  with safety and at small cost.  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed on deposits from SI upwards at current rates.  Greenwood Branch  J. T. BEATTIE Manager  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  BaKRISTKK, SOLICITOR,  Notary Ptbuc  Cable Address:       "Hallktt."  ���(Httdford M'NelU's  Comes -( Moreing & NealV  I Leil     "  eiber's  Gmmwooo, S. O.  ���-^mtfe'r  BOUNDARY  VALLEY; LODGE  -'^.am*--- No. 38. l.O.O. F.  Meeih  every   Tuesday  KveniiiB at 8 00 la the  I. O. O. F. Hall.    A cordial iu-rl t&tiou U *z  lendvd loall Sojourn in if bretliern.  K. Li. MORTIMER. E. ANDERSON,  N. G. Reu.-R-K:  Che  Boundary Greek Times  Issued -Every frlday  BY THE  Boundary Creek PiiutipgandMUsMnfc  CO., LlMITRD,  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pbk Vbak    100  Six Months..       -  1 1=  TO   KOKKIGN  COUNTKIlty ... 2 50  e:�������  FRIDAY   AUGUST 1,1007  TOE ORIENTAL MENACE.  ..Canada" aud the United State*  are both ag-italed over the Japanese question. The Utile brown  men are invading Canada, by  thousands, looking for more remunerative employment than they  have beeu securing in Hawaii  whence most of them come. It is  not an inspiring sight lor a white  man to stand on the wharf at  Vancouver, aud see these men  lauding by the hundreds, with  the avowed intention of competing  with the white man on his own  ground. To white lalior everywhere the brown is unwelcome.  In tbe United States ihe treatment accorded the Japs in San  Francisco, has created some friction between the governments of  two countries.  The United States has decided  tu send a fleet of battleships to  the Pacific, ostensibly to  cruise,  Haywood has been declared  innocent of the charge of conspiracy with Orchard to compass the  death of ex-Governor Steunen-  berg. Both sides to the contest  were rspresented by able counsel,  both sides are satisfied that an  impartial judge presided and-lhat  the accused had a fair trial.  The Spokaue Interstate Fair appears  to be in jeopardy. The management  declares it cannot be a success unless  pool selling is allowed in connection  with the horse races, and the city government insists that pool-selling will  not be permitted.  'To ��� Employers of Labor :i  The clamor that was raised  from Atlantic to Pacific, that  Haywood was in the hands of the  capitalistic class and was to be  railroaded to the gallows seems  to have been unhappy. No longer need men speak of their being  ready to bleed and die in his defence.. A bloodless battle was  fought and a victory won on the  fairest field imaginable  THE LAURIER ADMINISTRATION  taining between America and the  East. America, meaning Canada  and the United States, cannot, in  justice ask that this continent be  and remain a white man's country  without conceding- that China and  Japan and the east be and remain  a yellow man's country. They  have the same rights on their  ground as we have on ours. This  concession would carry with it another, that if the flag of the white  dominate the Atlantic, the flag of  Oriental must dominate the Pacific-'  The Jap cannot be expected to  concede that the white man is so  much his superior that he must  have this great continent all to  himself and at the same time  dominate both great oceans.  Whether or not the navies of the  white and brown will come into  conflict on the Pacific cannot now  be known, but if America is to be  preserved for the white man, and  this is highly desirable, an equal  measure of recognition should be  given the Japs on what they may  rightly claim their own.  Some solution oi  the problem  must be found.     The Jap hordes  musTb^dirc^rag*td"by"-home4n-  fluences from coming to Canada  and the United States or they  must be hindered by us. By concession, by treaty, cr by prohibitive head tax,this measure of self-  protection must duly and inevitably come.  EDITORIAL NOTES  The story going the rounds of  the presi that the British Government proposes to restore Esqu-  mault to its former dignity as a  naval depot, suggests an apprehension in London that the Pacific was to become the scene of pes  sible conflict. Already supplies  of coal are reported to have been  dispatched for this point.  What  becomes   of   the   harsh  possibly   as  a. matter of policy,  criticism of the Greenwood mer  This has suggested, not alone to  the too credulous, the idea of an  impending clash between the  srreat republic of the west and the  new power of the east. Japan's  financial condition may be the  means of preserving peace, even  should the Mikado's kingdom  meditate war. Japan has doubtless been disappointed in the results of her late war. The fields  she sought for colonization is  Manchuria and Korea do notho'd  out the promise expected. Recent developments in Korea may  assist in tbe solution of the prob*��  lem, and prove a safety valve in  the case. But there is an inconsistency in the situation now  ob-  chants last Sunday evening, because of their alleged carefulness  in the matter of credits, when  the local Co-operative syndicate,  of which the speaker is one,have  adapted a very rigid system of  credit among themselves as the  only safe way to success.  What of the charge that Sir Wilfred  comes home to a dissatisfied country,  bearing on his shoulders the responsibility for an administration discredited  and faUing- ? One would thinl< to listen to these diatribes that the past  eleven years of Liberal rule at Ottawa  had been one long carnival of political  jobbery, unrelieved by even flashes of  honesty, or made less unendut able by  a even fragments of constructive  work. Such criticism might be forgiven in the Toronto Mail'and Empire,  which hnows.no better, but it is utterly  unworthy a plac; in the columns of  some other journals that see fit to employ it. It would be unreasonable, on  the other hand.to argue that no mistakes have been made in those eleven  years, no',men''found short of the stature oi hones tyand morality that should  be required of'our public represetita-  tiver. What man could govern Canada  for eleven years without finding in his  entourage'.men whose chief aims are  selfish ones and vchoseideals of public  service are lower than they ought to  be?' ,;Vv  But granting that no administration  can be wholly free from the faultsthat  are inherent in all human nature, it.  can truthfully be said that Sir Wilfrid  Laurier's goverment during the eleven  years of his premiership has given the  country an extraordinary high standard  of public service. Its ideals have been  high. It has realized, as government  never., lealized before, the potential  greatness of Canada, and it has attacked the task of developing that greatness  at a hundred points and with the utmost energy. It has been essentially  a business administration, and if occasionally an error has been made it  was the result of trying to ��do thiugs,  not the outcome of a stand-still, do  nothing policy.   Who will sayjthat it is  not b^ter~fof=^H��\v-"courtti*,*y*inke-Gan.--  ada to have a government that energizes every branch of, the public service, even if in doing so it gives some  comfort to a watchful opposition, than  be afraid to move in tbe face of that  opposition ?  The country, we believe, views these  matters in the broad and is prepared  to judge the Laurier government by  itsrecord of faithful; intelligent, far-  seeing, energetic service during years  when the Dominion progressed as  never before. The Transcontinental  railway that will open new territory  and link '.he east and west, the reduction iu the postal rates, the splendid  work on the ���. St. Lawrence route, the  encouragement of our -agricultural interests���these are the measures that  the Laurier administration will be  judged upon. These and the head of  that administration himself, for Sir  Wilfrid is himself, a policy on which  any party could with pride ard confidence appeal to the country. Sir Wilfrid is Canada's greatest son. He is  her first citizen. He is as mtn go, her  greatest asset. The people have confidence in-him���in his honesty of purpose, his soundness of judgment, his  loftiness of aim. We are being told,  on this his home-coming, that he is responsible for what is alleged to have  gone amiss in connection with the  country's administration. Be it so, if  he is, he is also to be credited with all  the great work that has been done, and  to his credit stands, above all, the high  character he has built as the Great  Peacemaker, the honest administrated,  the Imperial stutesmeu.  London 'circulates the story that a  beautiful glass vessel has been discovered near Glastonbury Abbey, which is  believed to be the Holy Grail, out of  which the Christ drank at the last supper with his disciples. The vessel is of  bluish-green glass, of beautiful and  nuticiiie workmanship, inlaid with silver.  A distinguished party of British  journalists are touring the Dominion,  guests of the Canadian Pacific.  The Chinese government welcomes  the proposal that a joint committee of  nations shall investigate the opium  trade.  Lord Selbourne formulates the view  that the five new disconnected South  African governments should federate  and in tV.is way assume a measure of  self-government not otherwise obtainable.  The Canadian Pacific management  is reported to be considering Three  Rivers as the most available point as  the most available point (as terminus  for their Atlantic liners.  On the -.lithority of so conservative  and scientific a publication as the Ijan-  cet, Sir William Ramsay has succeeded  by chemical means: in transmuting  copper into lithiinu.: This degadation  from a higher to a baser metal is the  antithesis of the alchemist's dream  but it proves the instability of the component elements.  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  a: Inside Finish,  Etc,  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   :   B.C.  5 - PHONE 65. 6  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  Is unexcelled, as is evidenced by  its  its popularity iu all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having  ���MHOM" BOTTLED BEER  TEL.. 135  " I thought 1 must go on suffering  from piles until T died; but Zam-Buk  cured me," says Mr��. E. Reed, of Stoen-  lmrg(Oii[.), and adds:���"I ttclb so weakened  Uuu 1 could hardly move about, and a little  \voik caused mo preat agony. Then 1 heard  of this grand balm, and I am thankful to  riij- that it has cured ine."  Ziiin-IJnk nlsn cures cuts, burnt. tirullM, ���tlffhrm.  eczema, ulcers, ciuited iilaces. aon feet, rougb red ikin  !.:.*r.])M, and all skin Injur.. and dljeues. DruretiU  nnd stores at.***, a box, or Zam Buk C*., Toronto, s  tjMes**"r*l *i"  Printing of every des^  cription neatly   done  at   The B*-'C Times  Office,  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor  ating promptly done.  tttall Papering  MM Kaliominiiig  Send in your spring orders.  Qeo��l?Xb0mp$$ti  Box 255, Greenwoods  Shop Government street.  C. S. BAKER  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  AND  Ore Shippers Agent.  SampleB receive prompt attention.  P. O. TJox 123 GREENWOOD.  "��" THE " * >>  PACIFIC HOTEL  L  Is under the management of. Greig and .  ^V Morrison.    The rooms   are comfortably |  furnished, and the bar contains the best  brands of wines,   liquors and^ cigars in  the city.        -  Copper St.  Greenwood  Speaking of this moreover recalls two facts, first that Greenwood merchants do not deserve  this criticism as their books unhappily show, and second the  Rochdale Co-operative Association in Grand Forks has been projected along this very line, no  credit and losses therefrom. If  these institutions, ideal   in   the  The Palace Livery Stable  H  Doctor-Have you consulted anyone  else ?  Patient���I went to see a chemist and  he told me   Doctor (interrupting)���Don't tell me  that you asked advice of a chemist. !No  one except a lunatic would take the advice of a chemist.  Patient���1 was about to say that he  told me to come to you.���Cardiff Times  Hi in ht  !!  in  Rtt  DRAYING - We Can Move Anything  F. C. BUCKLES  , PROP R1ET0H  Are you conversant with the Workmen's Compensation  Act. The only absolute protection offorded is a Liability Policy. The "OCEAN" Policies, (the largest  accident company iu the world, with assets of over  Seven Million Dollars') provides a complete indemnity  against all liability, relieving you from'' all responsibility, worry and trouble.      ' '  Frederic W. McLaine,  District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  H ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tytyty tyfty ty tytytytytytytyty ty ty  ty  TClcctric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating rind  Yen ti latino-. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of ccntiricts- ]c\\cr  service for operating.  m.t\*.mn\\ 11    lli 11  Get Our Rates. Wc Can Save You Money  *���* *  ty . , 4>  IA  ty  ty.  ty  ty  ty  tyty  ��*����������  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  F0R-  l  CHOICE BEEF, PORK AND MUTTON  FISH    FINNAN  SALT HER  Copper Street  r  tknawiiroam ausjinm/sertmn gMffBrnB-aeraa ms>a va^rtfpj^sif^ig, fzmsn  TfsmmMmmcw  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  ieB��a  t -T-ffi irW!ttn> f? nWlTV 'BWS^iSft'iJnittg'ft <  TEL  ERNEST J. CART1ER, Proprietor.  j Finest Furnished House in the Boundaryl  Steam Heated.    Lighted ^throughout   with  electric lights^  First-class Bar.    Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Now is the time to  Advertise tor the  Fall Trade-You get  Sure Returns by Ad  vertising in The B.C.]  Times. H  4  THBOBQUHDARy-' CREEK TIP1ES,  ALAND OF BOUNTY  I The Country Now Betas Opened West  of Us  Any man who keeps his ear to  the ground these days can hear it   _���    coming���the mining boom-a deep (effect the .i"^^;.?!!!!!1!!!!!^"  public improvements, either in the!  form of legal taxes or voluntary contributions.  Viewed from a broader standpoint,  the participation of the mining* interests in ' the public affairs generally is  not altogether unrequited. The growth  of communities brings better social and  economic conditions, which favorably  -���m-x^-m*^****--*^^^  *{��>W��K��W��>'X">*K'��"X"M-J��'W! K'K-iV^-W���".  f <f  U n  k*\�� Tf  Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer is the ideal summer drink. '  Cooling, satisfying and refreshing, it adds to the enjoyment  of the outdoor luncheon for it is a food as well as a drink.  Pabst breves for'food qualities as well as for purity and  flavor. Pabst found the only way to get all of the food-values  out of the barley-grain was to follow-Nature in making the  malt, by growing it slowly and scientifically, and he therefore perfected the Pabst-Eigtit-Day Malting Process. Pabst  Malt is richer in nutriment than other malts.  I  sonorous, resounding boom that  will echo to the four corners of  the continent���a boom whose lisp  will be ore and whose grown-up  shout will be wealth. Not the  lithographed-stockcertificate mining boom of the early '90's or the  later Cobalt craze, but the digging  drilling, blasting-, hoisting, shipping and smelting kind of mining  boom. Keep your eye on the Nicola  and Similkameen.   Those valleys  will be the centre of. attraction.  All thev need  have needed,is the     In ihe introductory note to a new vol  All they need, na e_ ' ' Marie  CorelH  thus  scores the  completion of the C.P.K. or <*���**.1^ sex;_  R., both or which are  built  parti  The creation of business centers provide facilities for obtaining supplies  cheaper and more promptly, and result  in less costly and better transportation  facilities.  So, by the natural order of things,  mines creates towns and cities, and in  turn the towns and cities benefit the  mines. In any event, the mining interests owe a public and private Cuty  to their respective communities.���  Mining World.  Hard on the Men  >absti!iueKi  I he Beer of Quality  is a more healthful, wholesome food than other beers.   The Pabst  Perfect Brewing Process blends the rich food values of Pabst Malt  with the tonic properties of the choicest hops under con-     ^"��  ditions that insure positive purity, while reducing the  percentage cf alcohol to the minimum���less than 3&%.  Pabst Blue Ribbon is the ideal family beer, because  of its food values, its purity and its remarkably small  amount of alcohol, making it a truly temperance drink.  When ordering beer, ask  for Pabst  Blue Ribbon.  Made by  Pabst at Milwaukee  And Bottled only at the Brewery.  Greenwood Liquor Co.,  Copper St.. Greenwood, B.  Plione 43.  V  . nirtS%  way in.    The C.P.R.   is  now   at  Nicola on the north,  V.V. & E.  (G N.R. is at Keremos)  on  the  south.    It laid the last rail   and  ran the first train in on Dominion  day. If the management lives up  to its promises snd verifies his excuses, it will push north now with  all haste.    The is only  a  little  over a hundred miles long, but it  is proving to be the richest huu-  dred miles of territory in British  Columbia.    Already   the C.P.R.  has an enormous tonnage insight  at the Nicola  Coal mines.    The  G N.R. has tapped one of the finest fruit, cattle, and agricultural  districts in the province  at  the  south end.    Each  road is at the  end of the rich mineralized  zone,  on the   north  the  Aspen   Grove  camp,  south   of   that   the  Bear  Creek,   Graveyard   Creek, Tulameen   and Similkameen   camps,  Voight's' camp, Copper Mountain  camp; south of that again,   Hedley, probably   the  largest   gold  bearing, outside of the   Rand   in  the world; Aspen Grove for copper; Bear   Creek,   gold,   copper,  and platinum mining; all the others gold, copper silver, coal and  iron;  ���"TVey havs not either courage or intelligence to fight the world for themselves, and seeing the fierce heat of  competition in every branch of labor  thev gladly sneak behind a woman's  petticoats to escape the general fray.  "When they have secured the ignoble  end of their ambition they are the first  to run down women's work, women's  privileges, women's attainments and  honor."  FIGHT AGAINST "SEMI-READY"  Organizing Merchant Tailors to Offset  It's Alarming Progress  (Montreal Gazette)  The National Fashion Bulletin has  issued "Confidential Circular No. 1 "'  to the merchant tailors trade; and on  the first page in good bold type the  writer asks: .  "The    Fight   Against   the    Semi-  ready ? Are you in it ?"  Organized effort ia called for, and  the question is gravely asked, "As a  Tailor, are you taking your part in the  fight? Are you doing all you can by  word, by advertising, and by example  to help the.trade you stand ior?"  A prominent speaker at a tailor's  banquet said: "Unless we combat the  semi-ready houses our profession will  be in a few years in the same condition as the shoe trade is now. A few  will pay big prices for custom-made,  the rest will weir Semi-ready." .  P. "W. George & Co.;'will be  pleased  Ti  Y  if  New Westminister, B. C.  h  Removal Notice.  ���The Star Mery  We  have removed  to   Copper  Street,  next door to Holmes & Kennedy.  ���A Full Line of Groceries Always in  Stock.  F. JAYNES,   -  Proprietor  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.  Ordinarily coil miners in Montana  receive $3.60 per day of eight hours,  but when mining by the ton their pay  sometimes amounts to $S per day.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Optic'' Mineral Cl*Um, sltuata iy the Greenwood   MiniitfT   Division,   of   Yule    District.  Wlieie located;   In Skylark Camp.  -pAKK NOTICE Thai T, Edmund  T. Wiclc-  *     wire, Free Miner's Certilicate No. I! 6733,  for self and as agent for James T. Krwin, Free  Miner's   Certificate  No. B  10127, 'intend,-sixty  days from tlie dale hereof, to apply lo the M:n-  iiitl Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of   obtaining a .Crown Grant  of our interest in the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  section 37, must be cominenced before the is*  tianceof such certificate of improvements.  Dutod this 8th dav of July, 1907.  i     44-51 KDMUNDT. 5VICKWIRE.  Queen's Hotel  The only Temperance House in town.  The best meals that can be provided in  this  market,   and   cooked   under   the  supervision of the Proprietress  who is  favorite carteres.  Sunday family Dinners a specialty.,  Rooms Newly Remodlled.  Mrs. D. Manchester,   Prop.  I XT.      KIT   .    UCVI(J^.    KM.     -WV,.    .. ^  ,     Then country:     Wide  valleys, I to show you how what Semi-ready"  UtJ sunshine; ideal climate, fruit) | Coring profits the wearer.       ^  ���vegetables, grain, cattle,   a  land '  flowing with plenty, one  of  thej"t"  most beautiful to look upon and I '  the most delightful to live in all  the province.   -   .*���  Today  they   are  prospecting-,  exploring,     developing. ��� wait-  in gf or    the   railway   and    then  your big, solid   sounding   boom.  It is coming���just keep your eye  on.Nicola and the Similkameen.  ���Nicola Herald.  -���l  ^D<^��C^  - �� .-ii  IE  ���m.  ��1  '_ i Eor^Business Men _:   Letterheads,  Envelopes,  Billheads,  ~    Statements,  Receipt Fcrms,  Business Cards',  Posters.  Dodgers,  Shipping Tags,  For Rent Cards,  For Sale Cards,  '��   Blotters, -Etc.  MINING INTERESTS AND THE LOCAL  COMMUNITY  Society Printing :  Wedding Invitations;'  Invitations for Balls, Etc.  Dance Programs,  Concert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  Private Calling Cards,  Lodge Printing,  Church Printing,  Score Cards,  Fine Half Tone  Printing,  Note Paper.  The relation of the.mining interests  to the villages, cities, and slates in  which they are located, is a . mj.re or  less pertinant question in public affaiis  in the west. In many cases the mines  have created the towns and cities, but  with the general development of other  resources these communities come to  have other factors of development and  are in a measure independent of the  mining  interests,  though profiting by  SLAp  $2.00 a Cord  in carload lots f. o. b.  Greenwood.  Get Your Orders in  early.      ��  I YALE GOLUMBIH t  LIMITED.  GREENWOOD. B  &  LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS  We have  the necessary machinery for doing this class of work, and can furnish you  with billheads no matter what system you are using.  I  Mining Co.'s Printing :  Prospectus,  Handsome Stock Certificates,  Legal Documents,  Notices of Meetings,  Special Receipt Forms,  Time Cards,  Mine Reports,  Shipping Reports, Etc.  Colored Poster Printing:  We are equipped to turn  out the best 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.  ���*>&  the trade which the mines support  Ordinarily the mining interests are  not directly concerned with civic matters, and the mines apparently are not  benefited by the growth nnd development of the community. The maintenance of the municipal organization  and the introduction of public improvements generally require heavier taxation, of which the mines must bear  their share. These conditions have hi  some cases developed antagonism between the mining interests and their  respective communities.  The  existence- of saloons and other  demoralizing   influences  of   a ''wide-  open"  town, in the vicinity of a imnr,  are more or less disturbing to the efficiency  and  reliability of mine labor.  Since  the   mine must remain  where it  is  and the growth of cities and towns  is  fixed by   inevitable   economic and  commercial laws   the question of the  best relation  between the mining interests and the respective communities  which  they create, or largely support,  is a  matter of  public importance and  private encern.   The mining interests  must assume  the dutv   that comes to  them   in' this   way   and   more along  abroad' lines to develop harmony and  influence in a proper way, public mat  ters.     The   management of any mine  that disregards the locality in which it  is,  is  sure to find in the long run that  the general  p-tblic interest will assert  itself.     The   wisest course is a proper  1 recognition and assumption of the pub-  ' lie responsibilities,  which in civilized  society   imposed upon  all  individuals  ;v^  DEALED TENDERS addressed to the under  '*-���' signed, and endorsed "Tender for Publi'-  Buildlnir. Cumberland, B. C," will be receiv. d  at tliis office until Monday, August l1), 19il7, inclusively, for the construction ol a . Public  JJul.ldtnjr, Cumberland, B. C.  Plans aifd Tsp-Tcifications-caii���be=s<?en=and��  forms of tender obtained at Uiis Depirtmeiit  and on application to the pnstinastei at Cumberland.       ,  Persons tenderliiir are notified that tenders  will not be considered unless made ou the  printed form supplied, and signed with their  actual signatures.  Each tender must be accompanied by un accepted cheque nn a chattered banl<, made payable to the order of the Honourable th.; Minister of Pub'.ic Works^ equal to ten percent  (W p. c.) of the amount o! the tender, which  will be foi felled il the party tenderiiiK decline  to enter into a contract when ca'led up'ju to <1 i  so, or If he fail to complete the work contracted  for. If the tender be not accepted the cheque  will be returned.  The department does not bind   itself to accept  the lowest or any tender  Bv Order  FkKl). OBT.1JJAS  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa. July WIWV  Newspapers    lusertliin     this   acivc 'tisement  without Huthoritv   from  the   l)epai'lnient   will  not be  paid for il.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  *-        -  ���    ��� rt  RAIvLI AYi  i  SUMMER EXCURSION RATES  EAST l'ROM   GREENWOOD  $54.55  To  Winnipeg,; Port  Arthur, St.  Paul, Duluth, Sioux City.  St. Louis, S62.05; Chicago, S66.05;  'Toronto,*.*580.55;- Ottawa, S84.60;  Montreal,$86.05; St. John,$90.05;  Halifax, S103.85  TICKETS ON SALE  July 3, 4. 5,. Aug. 8, 9, 10.  Sept. li, 12, 13.  First-class round trip 90 days  limit. Corresponding reductions  from all Kootenay points. Tickets available for lake route, including meals and berths on lake  steamers; Through rates quoted  to any station. Ontario, Quebec  orMaritime provinces on application.  For  further  particulars, rates  and folders, apply to,  E. J. C0YI.E. J. S. CARTER.  ������A-n. P. A.Vancouver D. P. A.Nelson  E,    ff.    HHDPATH,    AGENT  GREENWOOD,  &00-��OOOOOv^OOOOOOOOOOO:000  THE  COPPER  HANDBOOK  (New edition'issued Nov. 15, 1906)  t.s a doy.en'.books in one, covering (be  history, Geography, Geolog-y, Chem-  '���itry, Mim.Tiil-.igy'Metallurgy, Termin-  ilogy. Us-s, Statistics ;iud Finances of.  .'opi'fr.. It is a practical book, useful  o all and necessary to most m*-n eo-  ^rai^i'Liu^aiy^lu'anc b__o f __the__Copper__  Government Street,  m  Phone 29  Greenwood, B. C.  ���>$>3  T  D<t)-^>C^)'Cf)^'^"^"f^,^),(^,'(1  ,!��#   *���*.<���   ,fc*��    *S��  -f    -r    t     .  -r    i-    +  r��i-Cfi*i%  "tSUPS  and   interests   which  make up the re  ���pectlve communities. i  The mining company must carry it* ]  share of the burden of public progress,  and it ��hould  do it   willingly.     The  truth U that in most communities the  mining men are alive to this fact and  take an  active part in public aflairs  willingly contributing   their share for  Synopsis of Canadian North-west  Homestead Regulations  ANY even numbered section ol Di<minlon  T.audH iu Manitoba. Saskatchewan aud  AJberta, executing 8 and 26, not reivkrvcd. mav  be homesteaded by any person who U the sole  head of a family, or any male over 18 year* of  aire, to the extern of oik quarter section of lfcJ  acre*, more or less.  Entry must be made pertoaally at the local  land office for the d'uirict la which the land i-  situate.  The homesteader is required to perform the  conditions connected therewith under one o-  the following plans:  \1) At least six month*' residence upon and  cultivation of the land In each year for three  years.  (2) If the father tor mother, if the father is  deceased), of the Uomenuader resides upon a  farm in the -vicinity of the land entered for, the  requirements as to residence may be satisBeti  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 vicin-  j Uy of his homestead, the requirements as  to  residence may be satisfied by residence npon  tbe said land.  Six months' notice in writing should be Riven  to the Co-nmisRioner of   Dominion Lands at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N.B.���Unaulhoriaed  publication   of  this ad  1 ertieemeui will not be paid for. 33-59  OUR GUARANTEE:  NO PAY UNLESS CURED  Wfeea Yen Need a Specialist, Consult One of  Wide Experience*.  W�� or* just Dav completing war twn-  tMth y����r u *p��ciala>U ia men's dt*eue��.  Daring Umm year* of close appUcntion .to  ft siiiXi* tiama oi aHmeuU we havs *ripin-  atad ftsd perfacteA Cam ooly scienUfic mai  cerium BMtkwU by wkicfa tHase duesses ar*  cviW. H w ��nc��|il your esse for trezU  ami, ft cm is mVk ft autter mi ��� raa*oa��W��  liwt.  W�� *ruarmnU�� ��T��ry min a. llfelonj  eur* for Vftrtoocolft, Hydrocele, Urethral Obrtruottoru, Blood and Skin Dli-  um, Prostatta Troubles, Piles, Fistula, Lom of Vital Power. Kidney,  BUddor and. Bpostal DUeaier. Wo  especially offer our service* to those  *wh�� aro afflicted with weakness as a  rwult of their own f ollU* or excesses.  ~ Our methods aro up-to-date, and  aro endorsed by tb�� hlghetl medical  authorities of Europe and Amerlea,  Heneo our success In tho treatment of  ���en's DlseaMs. Hemombor, our spe- I  clftlty U UmlUd to the diseases or MEN  and KKX oBly.  We cover tbe entire field of usrtom,  ehronle, dMp-s*at��d and eenspllexUd  diseases.  COKSOLTATIOIf FREE.  If you cannot rail, writa for Symptom BUnk.  tfaay casaa can Wt curad si Wii. AU c*r-  rasppadsnaa coaWaatial  (iitiiic'try.  lis :t*u-ls will pass inusl'T with tlie  r.iiiicii >oiiMilisls, and its In���lifiia.ife is  asily ii iHle;r-itr.od tv��v ��� lio everyday man.  It fives the iiliiin facts in plain En>f  isli^vithout ffar nr f:ivr,r.  Its lists nnd describes 4626 Copper  Mmes ;iml Compiinies in all parts of  ���he world, descriptions runuini**' from  two lines lo sixteen p'.tfes, according*  o iiii!ii>rt;mee of the property.  The Copper Handbook is conceded to  be ihe  The Mi'iiuj; Man needs the >��**h>Ic for  li-i facts it rives hiiu abu;*' nines,  nini"t*LT and the metal.  The Investor needs the hook for the  "jci* it tfives hiiu ah-tit illinium, niin-  i-.f in^-'SlnH'iiis and copoer statistics.  ilnodr.-d ,.if >*.vni<llinir eonipanics are  -XJJ''.si.d in plain lCilifli-h-  l-'nee i1- 55 in Hnckram with frilt top;  ;7 5o m full library morocco. Will be  -���:ni. tn lv prepaid, on approval, to any  ���ddre.���. i"ii'-"*ed, .ind may be returned  '.viihio ,t iv.-,-k .if receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  i.vi }\.>tottii;e Block. Houghton,  Michigan.  SCOTT    ��  MEDICAL COMPANY  169 Maria* SC. Car. Knt At*,  SEATTLE. WASH.  mffMrjSMii^ia-'i"vsslS  You can double  your Business by  advertising in The  Boundary Creek  Times    :    :    :   : B��raBARY   CREEK TIMES.  BB8eB8SB5S^58gaaiBBKsg8BBBB��Bg  HP O*  1 wo r sece  in|Flannels and Homespuns  0 to 13.50  Vests  a very neat assortment  $1.50 up.  lAA  Dr. Mathison,   dentist,'   Naden-Flood  block. ' .... p  K.' T.    Lowery   has   again assumed  control of The Ived-je.  i  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  i .  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings.  Mrs. L,. 13. Hodg-elef t on Monday for  a visit of several weeks at Victoria.  Mr. and the Misses Belden arrived  last week from England and will reside onKimberly avenue.  Frederick   W.   McLaine   went up to  Franklin Camp during the week.  Jeff  Davis   and   family,   of    Grand  Forks are registered at Imperial.  Harry Shafer of the Strathmore, is  on the retired list for tne moment as  the result of a fall occasioned by his  horse stumbling-.  On Tuesday evening* last a man by  the name of Bell made things lively  about the Ruby cabins on the 3fo 7  road, throwing out the occupants and  burning the buildings.  There will be no service at St. Jude's  Cnurch Sunday next, August: 4th. The  rector will not return, next week  and services will be held as usual on  11th August.  SUMMER UNDERWEAR  in cotton and light wool  $1.25,   $1.50,   $2.00,   and   $3.00  I  COMPANY,* LTD.  I HARDWARE CLOTHING GROCERIES  Always Ask for  vr An  I Oauor 0o.  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  Word was received here this week from  T. Gulley, who left here for Stuart  Lake on May 24th last; that the .party  was slowly getting 'forward towards its  destination which it hoped to reach by  August 1st.  Mike DulOvich, who fell into the  Mother Lode shaft on the 8th hist.,  died in the Sister's hospital on Friday  evening last after nearly three week's  of a brave effort to live.  McKay & Bubar lost a valuable horse  last ��� week. Ihe animal . had beeu  driven from Greenwood to Beaverdale  leisurely but died soon after reaching  there.  -R. P. Williams, general agent of the  Jerckes Machine Company came in on  Tuesday's train. He has just returned  from a trip through tthe Crow's Nest  and reports a shortage of men at the  the colliery towns and complaints  against the short supply of cars.  Just before the congregations were  to be dismissed in.the churches on Sunday evening, the clanging of the fire-  bell was heard,and some were made so  uneasy theroby that they ; waited not  for the closing words, but dismissed  themselves. The alarm was fa- Ise an  the run was all for nothing.  A fire alarm was turned in from the  Imperial Hotel on Saturday evening  last. The fire brigade quickly responded, but had the- run for nothing.  Galloway Bros, had been using a candle at the back door of their building,  when making preparations to start for  Grand Forks, and had" thoughtlessly  gone, av/ay and left it ���burning'. Its  discovery caused the alarm.  Distant fields.look green. An epidemic for owning Westminster realty  has struck the Boundary.  Dr. and Mrs. Simmons ieturned on  Modday from an enjoyable 'outing in  the Slogan, but the fish would'nt bite.  J. J. Campbell, of the Hall Mines  Smelting Company, who is part owner  of the Emma mine at Summit, was a  Greenwood visitor this week.  soap, and just on a venture I  asked the clerk if 'they had  Browning. He stared at me a  second, then went off and looked  under the counters and on the  shelves. Presently, he came  back and said: "No, miss, we  ain't got none. "We got blacking  and we got bluing, and we got  whiting, but we ain't got a bit of  browning in the store."  Miss Adelbert had to make several protests to assure her audience that this really happened.  Finally the cousin said gravely:  "But, Cousin Bert, why didn't  you 'say varnish in the first  place !"���Youtn's Companion.  Mr. J. E. McAllister, of the B.C.  Copper Co.. who was called to Toronto  by the'dealh of his father relurried  home early iu the week.  The base-ball game between Greeti-r  wood and Boundary Falls on. Sunday  is reported as having been a fine exhibition of the pastime. The. score was  3 to 6 in favor of Greenwood.  Miss Brotherhood who has been  visiting wiih Mrs. Sydney M. Johnson  tor some time, left on Monday last for  a trip to the Coast.  George A. Blackwell, of the O.K.  property on Kruger mountain, reports  that he will begin shipping ore to the  B.C. Smelters in a few days.  Mr. W.F. Procter, local manager of  the Bank of Montreal, left on Tuesday  for a month's vacation on the Coast,  where he will join Mrs. Procter and  the family.  The body of Ward Kennedy who  was drowned from the Yale-Columbia  Cny's drive at Ingram bridge on May  19th last, was found on, Sunda.y last  lodged on a sand-bar in front of the  Meyerhoff ranch at Midway.  -J. W. McBride of many and multiplied interests in.the town-siting and  mining line at Bolster. Nipht/iawk and  elsewhere '-was in town Wednesday.  He reports things rather quiet west of  On the register of the Imperial appears the names of W. N. Trewartha-  James, of Montreal and C; Griffith, of  Rossland, who are here for the purpose  of making a thorough examination of  the Carmi on the West Fork.  Mr. Robert Wood accompanied C. E  Juhlin, M.E ,   on   a   trip   to   Wallace  mountain last week.    Mr.. Juhlin made  an examination of several of the   high  grades east ofBeaverdale. ���"   ,������-  TRUNKS BAg5��!��t--^  We have bargains in, Linoleums, Furniture, New and Second Hand Steel Ranges  Sporting Goods, Fishing Tackle, Etc. Etc.  WE CAN FURNISH YOUR HOUSE  CELLAR TO GARRET.  Beer  Prevents  Dyspepsia  America has been  called a nation of dyspeptics. Were we to  drink more beer, there  would be less dyspepsia. Where beer is the  national beverage dyspepsia is little known.  For years Pabst has  recognized this food  principal in brewing  Pabst  BlueRibbon  The Beer of Quality  V The Pabst Eight-Day-  Malting; Process, takes twice  as long as other methods of  making malt, but it retains  every particle of the food  value of the barley-grain in  the malt.  The Pabst Brewing Process extracts all of these  rich, nutritious, ho.alth-giv-  ing food values from tha  malt, and transmits them  in predigested form to the  beer.  Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer  is therefore an active aid to  digestion, and consequently.  an enemy of dyspepsia.  Drink Pabst Blue. Ribbon  Beer regularly at meals and  between meals���your digestion -will be better, your  health better and your  strength greater.  -When ordering beer, ask  for Pabst, Blue Ribbon.  .'Made by  Pabst at Milwaukee  And Bottled only  at the Era-wary.  Each 50c purchase entitles you to one chance  on the beautifuIPair of Vases  --in our window.  Get'coupons "at time of Purchase  ft-'WA^.i  When placing your  next order for  -boo   '%a&>M, lu'^te^ ^w'-aa^-a*. ''^j&.&nc&s*.*?   �������  don't  forget  that  wc carry the largest and most com-  . plete stock in the city.  GIVE   US   A   TRI AL    .  Our goods are always fresh, and we guarantee  O mS '->  satisfaction.  "hrarJk   \\  "The Big Store'  Greenwood  Lumber  Cooper   St.,  Greenwood,   B.   C,  IMione 43.  Co.,  Mr. Mitchell, of Sault Ste. Marie,  who has been the g-uest of his brother-  in-law. D. Manchester, for the past  week, left Wednesday-��� for Nelson to  accept a positiod in the C.P.R. offices  there.  It is reported that C. E. Mesker, con  ductorof the Canadian Pacific, and  for years resident at Midway, has  purchased Guise's hotel at Westbridge.  -And'iiowpeopleare-wondering'-if^Mes-  ker's acute ear has caught the rumble  of a Midway and Vernon railway train  in the distance.  j$ ty ty ty 4* "h 4" ^4* 4* "$* ty ty ty ty ��%* ty ty ty -%" ty 4" 4* 4* 4* %\  ty  ty  ty  ty '  ty  ty  ty  4��  4��  ty  ty  ty  5 Roomed Flat and Bathroom  6 Roomed House  8 Roomed House  3 Roomed Cottage  Cabins and Rooms in all parts of the city.  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd,  J Opposite Post Office.  .. : SJI ty ty ty  ty ty  ty   ty  ty ty  ty ty ty   ty   "^   ty   ty   tytytytytytytytymK  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  *  ty  ty  tyty  ty  ty  ty  ty  Bj*��  ty  ty  THE   NEW  James McRae, of McRae -Bros., who  has had an extended trip in* the east  covrring-.tlie last seven weeks returned  on Monday's Canadian Pacific.  Gi  per discount  ri our whole line of glass ware and  sets.  inner  jJlci  JiSxams      V*     xba**1''  aY  "���:���������:���������:--:������:������:":������:������:-;-:������:'������:-:���'>:������>  t  y  y  V  I  Mr. and Mrs;'Kendall who returned  on Monday's stage, report having had  a most eujnyable Outing- on the CoaBt.  Will the party holding Coupon No-  977 please call at Anderson Bros.for  Dinner Set.  li!  2 jLargfe, i Small Furnished  Houses to Let  o  -tj-mjAi&aesm  "You say he made hia wealth  by honest toil ?"  "Every cent of it."  "I never kue\y him to do a day's  work in his life."  '.'Well, I didn't say whose toil it  was, did I ?"���Milwaukee Sentinel.  Bigger and Better  Than Ever.  Tlie finest appointed  dining room in the city.  Large   roomy  Lunch  ��counter.  All the delicacies such as  Ice Cream, Strawberries and  Cream, etc. has now taken  their place upon the bill of  fare.  rl AS  *-. O  :] 0II! FURNITURE STORE  Phone 16  BI ID��11  A Joke That Failed Twice  . Miss Adelbert had just returned from a vacation spent at a  tiny village on the Maine coast.  In recounting her experiences she  talked somewhat for the benefit  of a cousin, a qui-ct person, who  was visiting her city relatives for  the first time in many years.  "There was. just one storein  the place," said Miss Adelbert,  "and they kept everything���that  is, everything they had to keep.  One day   I   went  into buy some  Moore,  Prop.  FOR SALE  Well-located home in  Anaconda, in  good condition and at a sacrifice price.  -   Gaunce & Wickwire,  The Mart.  that  you   spend   a third of your life on a Mattress ? %  You should do, if vou   don't.     Why not   have   solid  ���  Y  y  v  y  y  y  y  y  y  v  y  Y  y  y  y  v  t  y  We have a full line of all the higher  tirades:  S  Plenty of cheaper lines if you want 'em.  T,  Greenwood's Big Furniture House.  !  i  i  >>:��x^*��K~x*,t">,X">X'<'-:<':-'':��X">^<*-*'t* >:"X">:--:"X~X":��x��>x-X"X��:>��m~:��>  tt����0609a��fi*������������O.7*-5*0v��5e->*��9*5��*S��fl*i**������09-)O  ..N ' tt  Jg  The Boundary'* Pay-roll in  industrial concern* alone, today  total. A Quarter of a Million  Dollars monthly.  This a district of 10,000 people  at most, means $300 per year  for every man, woman and child  in the diatrict.  And  the pay-roll is growing:.  ��  ��  ��  *��  9  a  o  ��  ��  ft  a  ft  a  a  a  o  9  e  a  e  a  e  ��  tt  s  ��  s  ��  a  e  a  ��  ��  ��  -ft  a-  ftft  a  a  a  a  a  ��  a  a  a  DEALERS IN  'Fisft and Poultry*  ����*J*����*��9S��*��8��6��0S����*60**<!9***S��*fl'^^a*3*iS*s*'**s*9e  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  ft  ft  ' ��  ft  ttstttt


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