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Array B  Vsf-  >-j   --���     %  ���j, **, t*^  fe-^-^i^S**.,-,.  fe'Z-��S.*i"fe.*-I^J.>-'S-  ��*  WlmllB^^ f*H?  FEB 13i207  - v.;  Vol. 11.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY   FEBRUARY 8, 1<X)7.  No.  ��ed4R  What  We  Most Need  to  Make Certain.  GREENWOOD'S   FUTURE  Linseed Licorice and  Chlorodyne  (See that our name is on bottle)  Syrup White Pine and Tar  Emulsion Cpd Liver Oil  with Iron  o '���  Wampoles Cod Liver Oil  Laxative Brorno Quinine  Pure Cod Liver Oil  "FERROL"  $ Bottles for 70 cts.  Tha Wealth of Nature Must Be Supplemented l)y the Energy  of the People.  ei  oes  Our stock of Boots and Shoes is the largest  and best in the Boundary district, all the  best  Canadian  and   American  man  ufacturers are represented. Come  ��� in and see  our  displa}r,   we  can please you, and our  prices are right.  Women's Goods  Men's  Goods  ��-  TEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout with electric lights.  We offer special inducements to travellers as -we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our  bar  excells  all others.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  J-fr i^i^** m  Long ago, in the farmation of the  hill-s; and valleys hereabout, nature declared in positive terms her intent that  the aite of Greenwood should be that  of the dominating center of a rich  district. Geography and topography  cannot be contradicted. They ma\' be  unobserved, they may be ttnavailed.  It is up to man,, to acommunity to take  advantage of nature's; decrees, or to  'disregard them., for after nature has  played her part man must play his.  Man is the supplement of nature's  plan, and a. not unimportant one. A  community inert in working out natural advantage mav easily be outrun  in the race for civic prominence by  places less favorably located but controlled bv citizens of energy and enthusiasm. Nature gave to St. Louis  all necessary conditions and advantages to make it the greatest city of the  great middle west of the United States,  but individual and civic energy transferred to* Chicago the honors intended  for another. St. Louis'was a city, well  equipped and wealthy, while as yet  Chicago was a tc^wn. But there was a  spirit at work in the village of the  north that was was wanting in tbe city  ���to.��� .the-.- south;. suSi'i tha,)** spirit ..vroj*K  Convinced of what they believed was  destiny, -jind in everything loyal to  their home the men of Chicago set to  work with enthuaiastic energy. And  they kept at it. St. Louis, not averse  to their interest money, and proud of  the patronage, contributed large sums  of money for the building- tip of enter-  0*  prises north, and while ��� its citizens  rested securely ia what seemed inevitable fate, Chicago builded and fostered  and flourished, her people with eyes  ever open to tVie city's bell being-.  It; a lesser away Greenwood's future  was intimated by the forces of nature.  The hills all about us, filled with a now  admitted wealth, conform to the town's  making. This wealth can only be diverted from natural intent either by  the apathy of her own or the energy of  another's citizens. Thousands of men  will ultimately be extracting ores from  the hills hereabout where at present  only-^hnttdreds^arer^-To^feduce^these  ores into marketable shape other  thousands will be needed and they  should ail be naturally in the vallev of  Boundary Creek. But whether so or  not will in the last analysis be decided  by our citizens. Part of our natural  heritage may be lost by neglect, part  any be diverted by the enterprise of  other*. He who sleeps beneath the tree  waiting for the fruit, when fully  ripexied, to fall within his reach, need  not be surprised ou awakening, to discover that another plucked the fruit  before quite ripened; and the man or  com muni 13' thai ceases to be alett and  aggressive has no right to complain  that a more worthy one, by right of  force and aggressiveness, has taken  what did not appear to be its own.  No town in all the west has at its  very (lours greater conditions of per  manctit grov��1h than O reenwood. The  low-lying foothills; all about, north;  east, south and we*��t. have been proven  by thousands of feel of tunnel and  shaft to be ramified by veins of high  grade ore, a resource sufficient in itself  to make a city here. But back of these,  deep in the mountains are proven to be  great deposits of low grade ore, a  secondary enrichment to the town.  Are we worthy of this great endowment? Shall we unitedly second natur-e  in her declaration that here shall be  and remain the best and most prosperous city of the southern hills o.' the  I provir.c-?  !     Is ���.���ur spirit  coHi*���ac:;sui-;ite   >*rith the  I wealth-of rock,   ol clitaa.te,   of water,  i of '.ipiM.-rUitiity?   If no;, a more worthy  , i one  with  less  of nature's   gifts shall  reap what was planned  as   harvest for  us.  Home stores deserve our patronage,  home institutions our support. Home  citizens claim our commendation, home  enterprises our regard. While it is not  open to us to defend a thing wrong  because it happens to be local, neither  should we consider it open to us to be  apathetic about a thing right because  jealous of another's success. Hitherto  Greenwood people have been fairly  tenacious of the city's intetvsts. But  the day of bigger things is dawning.  We are now in position to invite capital  into our midst, assured that its reward  is sure. But while we frown at the palpable attempt of the fakir, let us smile  at and applaud an enterprise of merit  although individually we may not be  directly concerned. The emolument  of our neighbor is to our advantage.  Individual prosperity means civic  growth, and civic prosperity reflects on  every citizen. Greenwood has come to  the place where its��methods aud institutions must be ample and up-to-date.  Schools, churches, hospitals, places of  amusement, postal facilities, are all  important factors of civic welfare, and  if out of joint with the times need  reform. The roads that lead from  nearby mines and towns must be fit for  travel. More transportation, competitive transportation is due to us, and if  we say we must have it, it will come.  Let us help ourselves to what is within  our reach and ask others for what is  without. Our customs and post office  need a home of their own and while  other towns of no greater merit are  receiving such, let us not hold back in  asking for the same. Shall we grow  and prosper bv the defense of our  rights and the development of our resources, rests for solution with our  people, and that means with each individual.  MENDELSSOHN  QUARTET  '' ��� ..." .     ...   V V"  .':..  Will Appear at the Auditorium  Saturday Night.  The Mendelssohn Quartet and Miss  Bessie Tannehill, who will appear at  the Auditorium tomorrow night, will  be well worth hearing, as they come  very highly recommended.  Miss Tannehill is one of the well  known operatic singers of the present  d ty, and has just completed an extended concert tour of the middle west. She  was the prima donna with the Grau  Opera company when that organization  played in Spokane four years ago. She  has also been with the Sa'vage Opera  company of New York, and for nearly  three years with the Tivoli Opera company at San Francisco. The earthquake  destroyed allof her earthly possessions,  and since that time she has been doing  concert work. She played a limited  engagement in opera at the Heilig  theater  in _Portland__tast_summer  in  light and grand opera. Her concert  engagements have been great successes  everywhere.  The Mendelssohn quartet is com-  pc seed of high class musicians. Mr.  Ganke, violinist and director, was educated at the Berlin conservatory, Berlin. Germany, and for several years  played first violin in the great symphony orchestras of the east. Mr.  Kanaert. flute soloist, is a graduate of  the conservatory of Paris, France, and  served as flute soloist at the Metropolitan opera house, New York city. Mr.  Hartwig, cello soloist, received his  early training in Europe, and for several years was under the noted conductor, Edward Greig, of the Royal  orchestra, Bergen, Norway. E. P.  Foot, pianist, was educated in the  United States, studying both the piano  and pip: organ. For eight years he  was the organist at Christ's church,  St. Paul. Minnand is well known in  the east as one of the first-class organists of the present day; he ha<*. also  officiated as organist at Tacoma Tacoma churches, and for the oast two  years has been engaged as organist  and accompanist in San Francisco.  Gas in Stomach.  Belching and that sense of fullness  au often experienced after eatiui; is  cau*ed by the formation of gat. The  stomach fails to perform its functions  and the food ferments. Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver'Tablets will correct  tbe disorder. They aid digestion anc:  strengthen and invigorate the stomach  and bowel*.    For sale by all druggists.  A LIBERAL VICTORY  Greenwood Riding Still in  Line.  MAJORITY IS INCREASED  A Most Vigorous Campaign  Results  in a Brilliant Victory for the  Reform Forces  At last Saturday's election the Liberal majority wls greatly increasad  over that of the last election.  The majority of 9 was increased to  26, although the vote polled w,as 60 leas  than then.  Representative-elect Naden made a  great fight aud won a great victory.  Assisted by a united- party, and with  zealous supporters in every precinct,  he fought the battle against corporate  greed and corporation influence. He  made, no mistake in supposing the  riding sound in its principles and  faithful in its adherence thereto.  He canvassed the electorate and discussed the questions at issue from the  platform in his usual independent way,  relying on no trickery or sham for  victory. He neither gave nor received  odds, and his methods would have been  the same had he not been able to rely  on a dozen votes. His measure of the  electors was right, and his pre-election  prophecy of victory.correct. ,  Strong meii, strong parties, strong  influences were against him, but he  stood steadfast in the battle line and  saw his opponents fall at his feet. The  results may be summarized in the  tota's-at.the polli'-v .;,   '  .;   :. --,....-;  George R. Naden.......  217  Edward  G. Warren.......  191  Edgar V. Dynes........................... 174  The latest advices indicate that the  complexion of the political parties in  the next provincial parliament will be  about as follows:  Conservatives ;.. 26  Liberals  13  Socialists     3  Rossland, Nelson and Greenwood  stand as monuments of what the  Boundary cab be relied upon to do  when the question of reform as interpreted by J. A. Macdonald is presented to the electors. Corporations  an 1 railways cannot control the independent spirit of the mountains when  an exigency arises, and these constituencies stand shoulder to shoulder in  the Liberal ranks.  PAY0 ORE COLUMN  British Columbia mining' shares appear to be again coming into faver  with English investors, strong interests there having acquired 50,000 shares  of the Dominion Copper Co.'s stock.  Alex Robinson has secured a contract to drive a 250 foot tunnel on the  Dominion Copper Co.'s property in  Deadwood, as well as to extend the  Golconda tunnel.  The Sally, at Beaverdell, has its entire force now employed in getting ore  from the stopes formerly opened, for  shipment. Work on the new drift is  temporarily suspended.  Work is progressing favorably on  the Greyhound. The shaft is being  unwalered and when this is done the  ore body is to be explored  by diamond  drill.  Geore Cook reports the Ruby Fraction looking well. Recently a fine  galena lead was opened on the property, proof that the high grade belt  extends further south thau was hitherto known.  The Crescent has a car of ore from  development ready for shipment. So  soon as the compreesor arrives the  force will be increased and stoping-  begin.  The Skylark is shipping steadily,  several cars of ore having gone out  within the past few days.  The Prince Henry improves with  depth. At the 225 foot level seres  inches of high grade ore was found.  ft ECU MP ARY   CfttB  nijiu.niit'unnntmimmttMM\Mm  {   IS I  'C*b��  Boundary Creel Times  Issued every fritlav  BY  TIIE  Boundary Creek PriutingaM Publishing  Co., Limited,  A. Robinson 'Editor  J. W. Ellis ������   Manager  .SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Ybak  2 00  Six Months - 1 25  To Foreign Codnthiks  2 SO  .-'�� ':a lv  Will Green now tell us all about it,  or will the government explain why it  was done?    Who got that Caron stock, anyway?  Was he minister or clerk, man   or boy7  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF GREENWOOD  AUDITOR'S STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 1906  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY       1WT  THE ELECTIONS.  The elections are over and the Mc  Bride government has been sustained.  Although we had hoped and e.v.?n expected different results from an appeal  to the people, we are glad that, r-o long  as the Liberals were unable to gain  control of the government, that  Premier McBride will have sufficient  support in the legislature to make him  independent of alliance with the Socialists. Controlled by them in the  house for three years past, and that iu  arbitrary way, he may be human  enough to become their master under  ' the new conditions. All through the  recent contest, on every platform, rang  denunciation or explanation, according  as the party speaking chanced tube,  of the McBride-Socialist coalition.  Bnt now, in no exigency may mischievous legislation be ascribed to the  Socialist. They are uo stronger in the  house, they are weaker in the country  than before. On the other hand, Mr.  McBride is now amplj' able to dictate  and carry out a policy within and by  his own party. On ihe Conservatives  alone will the country now fasten responsibility for mischievous legislation.  This is well. The party lines are now  defined, and though the Liberal contingent in parliament is small, its material is of high order. The party will  be led and inspired by a gentleman of  lofty ideas and splendid character!  Those who might naturally have expected to be his lieutenants have fallen  in battle. But he will not be disheartened because of being leader of a  minority. He has a well defined line  of policy to follow and doubt not he  will follow it. The principles of Liberalism will be the lode-star to his  eyes. Constitutional government by  "and for the people, and not by and for  the corporations, wi'l be the load-stone  of hia heart. Energetic, he will be  effective in checking wrong, and pure  in purpose, he will still be powerful in  shaping his country's course. For the  moment McBridism is in the ascendancy but the people cannot forever  stand the strain of its weak and extravagant methods.  GREENWOOD'S REPRESENTATIVE  INSANITY  The world must fast be becoming  insane, if the records of the criminal  courts, particularly in the United  States, are an index. In fact, insanity  appears to have become a fad with  those criminally inclined.  Within the last three months, in  three celebrated criminal cases, the  insanity plea has been set up. Sidney  Sloane, the brutal parricide ot Spokane, cheated the gallows because a  jury, because a jury, more or less insane itself, it would aeem, adjudged  kim innocent of the charge because  Insane.  In Seattle, the eloquent words and  still more eloquent tears of his father,  cleared Chester Thompson of the  charge of murdering* Judge Emory,  because he was insans.  In New York, the notorious Thaw's  defence is insanity as an excuse for  shooting down Stanford White in cold  blood. He, too, will go clear, doubtless, as his friend* have the money to  put up the necessary fight.  In some of these cases it was sought  to be established that a man may be  insane on one point and perfectly sane  on all things else; that he may be insane for a few hours or days under  severe stress, but mentally sound under  normal conditions.  It will soon come to pass that the  man who desires to kill his neighbor  will only need to hold himself in check  long enough to gather together a defence fund, then get in a rage over  something, kill his man, and look  strange during the trial and thus save  his neck under the plea of insanity.  General Revenue Account, January 1st to December 31st, 1906  To street sprinkling v. $ ' ���  Fire Department maintenance..  General expense    Office expense, including City  Clerk's salary   Legal expense   Charity   Street maintenance and repairs  Fire and light, city hall   Board of health-   Street lighting   School expense   Advertising and stationery   Interest and discount   Debenture interest, including  interest on hypothecation  loan,.   Indemnity account   Discount on $10,000 debentures  sold at97   Amount credited water works  for Anaconda hydrants..   Amount to be set aside for sinking- fund, including interest,  as per by-laws   Depreciation���  Isolation hospital, 10 per cent       57 65  Street improvements, 5  per  cent-    2,648 17  Municipal buildings,  10 per  cent       631 22  Bonus account, 10 per cent...     710 00  . Cemetery, S per cent....'.      161 SO  Fire department, 10 per cent.     414 12  City band, 10 per cent        16 38  School building, S per  cent...      552 19  CARD OF THANKS  Greenwood did itself credit last Saturday in its choice for a representative  at Victoria. It chose a gentleman for  that honor who is eminently fitted to  present _   its   case   there.      Wherever  wrong is proposed he will be quick to  detect and fearless to denounce.  Although a staunch Liberal, he will be  more. He will represent the people,  all the people, all the time. Knowing  the district's needs as few men do,  discriminating between public right  and wrong, as few men mat-, he will  make an influential member of any  parliament. Adding weiirhl to his own  party, he will command the respect of  even his opponents. He will demand  nothing but he believes right, and  yield to nothing he conceives wrong.  Although Greenwood is in opposition  to the government and may expect few  favors from the government, if we are  to judge from the past, the voters may  all rest assured that in placing Mr.  George R. Naden in parliament they  have at least declared war on extravagance and corruption.  Greenwood, B. C, i^eb. 7. 1907.  To the Editor  of the Boundary Creak Timw,  Greenwood, B. C:  Dear Sir���With your kind permission, I take this opportunity of using  your paper as a medium for expressing  my veay sincere thanks to all my  friends and supporters throughout the  Greenwood riding, for their encouragement and assistance during the recent  campaign and for their votes on the  2nd of February. It was a united  party working together with energy  and in harmony in all parts of the  riding, which enabled us to send a  Liberal to Victoria with a greatly increased majority.    I remain,  Very sincerely yours,  Geo. R. Naden.  130 05  2,875 66  1,285 64  1,530 00  600 00  131 55  1,466 42  221 S3  364 50  1.500 00  1,945 10  343 40  235 99  5,569 06  943 00  By total amount of taxes collectable as per tax roll for 1906... $12,592 95  LESS  discount allowed to persons who paid prior to October 31st        195 25 $12,397 70  300 00  150 00  4,929 41  Interest on taxes .  Trades licenses   Liquor licenses   Dog tax..,.   Road tax   Police department.   Interest   allowed   on    sinking  fund   Water Wors account���  Gross revenue from consum-  ��     ers    4,349 20  Plus amount credited for use  of hydrants in city    1,350 00  Plus amount credited for use  of hydrants in Anaconda...     150 00  976 29  985 00  4,460 00  126 00  156 00  720 35  150 50  (5,849 20  Less   5   per cent depreciation  written   off    2,260 35  5,191 23  $29,712 54  Balance to be deducted from  surplus, being excess of expense and depreciation over  revenue for the year..   3,588 85  6,151 86  $29,712 5*  Receipts and Expenditure Account, January 1st to December 31st, 1906  Jan. 1,1906. receipts.  To cash on hand, general $2,073 75  Cash on hand, sinking fund   4,034 '42  Taxes paid 1898 to 1905  9,559 77  Taxes paid 1906  6,758 55  $ 6,108 17  16,318 32  For nice fresh flowers for funerals  decorations and weddings, write or te  ephone Spokane Florist Co., Main 5,  Spokane. 5-30  Interest on arrears of taxes.   Tax sale account   Proceeds of sale of $10,000 debentures at 97   Accrued interest on above   Water consumers    Police department   Trades licenses   Liquor licenses   Dog tax. ;   Road tax   Cemetery account   Sale of sleigh (fire department)  Government grant for schools..  Interest   allowed   by  batik on  sinking fund   Water connections..   Received from citizens for ambulance.   1,037 30  327 95  9,700 00  105 20  4,815 45  730 35  985 00  4,460 00  126 00  156 00  100 00  15 00  1,125 20  150 50  460 00  105 00  LISTEN!  Are you listless,  fagsed and  without  energy  EDITORIAL NOTES  Wni..the C. P. R. have the decency  to wait one session before they come  tapping at the door and asking for  another hand out of the public domain?  The time has come when young men  in politics are worth considering. The  Liberals have learned a lesson in Victoria.  Wili< the government torgive u* for  opposing it, or will it take .another rap  at the Midway-Vernon?  What did the government oil its  machine with anyway? It ran pretty  smooth, sure enough.  Have you headache, back pains  or pains in the chest ? Have you  that ''all-gone" feeling ? Do you  have fits of acute pain or wind  after food ?  If so, remember that health depends on three main organs-  liver, stomach and intestines,  and Bileans regulate all three.  Bileans are purely herbal and  Nature's remedies are always  best- Don't dally 1 Write for  sample boxto' Bileans, Toronto,"  (s&nding lc stamp for return  postage), or buy a box from your  druggist.      Mrs. R. Saville, of Oakwood, Ont.  sayB :���"For headache, debility, indigestion, and biliousness I tried  many medicines, but I never met  with anything to equal Bileans.  They cured me.  Of all druggists at 50c per box.  *-$46i825-*44=  EXPENDITURES.  Bystreet improvements   Fire "department, capital acct...  Purchase of property for gravel  . pit............. .....  Water works maintenance   Fire department maintenance-  General expense   Office expense...! ....\........  Legal   expense.   Charity   Street repairs and maintenance   ' .**  Fire and light, city hall *..  Board of health.....   v    Advertising and stationery......  Street  lighting   Street sprinkling.   Paid for ambulance,  including  freight   Mayor aud  alaermens'  indemnity ..-  Water works construction........  School expense   Debenture  interest,   including  interest    on    hypothecation  loan   Interest and discount *,*.   . Tax sale expenses   Taxes   refunded ;  $ 365 24  Interest on above refunded.A...       60 51  S 939 54  150 88  207 40  557- 25  2,125 66  1,179 08  1,515 00  600 00  13155  938 42  229 78  364 50  343 40  1,625 00  22 05  817 IS  879 15  8,714 45  2,772 30  5,007 76  405 09  405 65  Bank of Montreal, loan repaid.  Cash on  hand, general...-.  3,003 71  Cash on hand, sinking fund   8,464 92  425 75  5,000 00  11,468 63  -$46;825-44-  Board of School Trustees, Receipts and Expenditure Account  January 1st to December 31st, 1906  RECEIPTS.  To government  grant..  City of Greenwood...  $ 1,125 20  1,647 10  3 2,772 30  EXPENDITURE.  By  Salaries   Fuel  ,   Stationery   Amount paid for auxiliary���  Heating plant   Amount paid  for  completing  basement    Amount paid for hose   Amount paid for kalsomining..  Amount paid for library   Secretary's s ilary   General repairs *   General expense   60 85  7 00  67 00  25 00  40 00  115 30  6 65  $ 2,772 30  Balance Sheet, December 31st, 1906  LIABILITIES.  Debentures outstanding   Debentures hypothecated to Bank  of Montreal and still held by  them as security for overdraft  as per contra   Bank of  Montreal hypothecation  account 58,000 00  84,000 00  16.000 00  Accrued interest on above.  11 00       8,011 00  Sundry Creditors-  December salaries, city   December salaries, schools   Mayor  and aldennens' indemnity ���   Debenture  interest accrued,  but  520 00  195 00  842 85       1,557 85  ASSETS.  Cash on hand, general.....   Sinking   fund   account.     Gross  amount deposited  since  incor  poration..... 26,411 92  LESS withdrawn   for redemption  of debentures .....17,947 00  ,H1  %  in  ��  ��� f&PRM  ^l  2,257 00  102 50  16 00  75 00  vJ  $ 3,003 71  Taxes in arrea-s prior to  1906 10,940 80  Taxes iu arrears for 1906  5,639 15  Sundry persons for water rent...  Unexpired insurance���  Municipal buildings       211 88  School-     -131 00  8,46* 92  16,579 95  347, 50  342 88 'assSB9SSI^Blslssms^i^immmmip=��^��*^itF!  aKam**lmlosl^!!n*aT?ifrmm  0^H*sn37IG^;7^R^^''~-"--r"r-'"*'*'*'   iill -rm  M-"*-ipitl)lllllllir��anm..���.frTn,i[:|||  r^-nuii hm nc, is;******--  * v:'*;ViM*   *r;*v rKii;n>,  ��� mm. i$:v ��� ���!#  it'll #?�� '���'.����� ���*..*':-r-i- ." :��� ��� *    It  lljfe*     -J-Jii'v Vrfe J:;*;-;.*-:i  iMsate'i-.vS.      ^!i'  fA:''A-A^,A\A  uc-.a.iv^     *���*���        "���u/L     A ' ''���' ;i  Vj.,    \t;':-(.;v,:v" :������..,.,..r  k .   -XJ,\     ":,"*j    ���  ���      ���.,,^^  %   "\ \  9L,"t-.*   *i(l\  fet,. r^vhrbI*,;:.;:  ,**>���;;;���;;;*;���/  *Av*l    ix       ; i'    ;*.��������������� .-'iilii'!>i|'��'P��.  Who s^i-i Sev^lVf  ,:��������.-.*������ \.';"-':;;^s:  ^!--'<..^   'I  P;.^k*-��i0^3::,*:"!!''!.'!v!.::-*,   ;'.  A \A. *������). *".*,* :*.���;.���  5 V'.-J   *:i,       .iV/it,  % 'lit   '*������������'���"���  2. said the nurse;  " When my patient got  &s  said  worse-  J| %  �������  ~U't.u.i^ym.i->.-jria.:rg.iai:t*tl r.imicmuiwnii  (./>��VA^./-'Vr-''-V*- <SV-'"'V  ���rA.-/,''W''^J-  II PS I?  KSB^fstirfir^^iF-'ifMSiaaaiagaiffiasflSJ  We have them from 510 up, 1906'leaves us with three  good drop head machines that we had to take back and  which we are offering at reduced prices. Call and sec:  them at once, aa tve have only three left; fo a month  takes a -;**r*.*r drop head Singer or Wheeler & Wilson, the  two best i��;.vchi.nes on the market, todav.  ���W  LA WONT, Agent  ���Copper Street,  Greenwood, B. C.  0**\r'^S>^J'J^��J'^Krm^  ������'vip .*. * ^f�� J nts^r.-w. *." -. *���  The  CAKK9, BUXt yru! PiSiTRY  always on hand. We alito  carty a firs.t cl-r-..-- *i!iii:k of  StapJvK G n oca ribs.'::'   :    :  Baker?  r  ; A-. S AKKIS'.. Pr^urietOT.  Plione �� 3 3,  i *���***���*������ min tin M.KHjyOTiij -in ::�� 11; titt-jngrtvtrry twntp'tj********'***^ wi4  MINERAL    ACT.  "���'Certificate of Improvements.  ������'      ..���<*��� * NOTICK. " '  "Black IJcsh?',. Mineral Claim, situate tu the  ftreeitwcod MiisiiiLT Hi vision of Yale District. Where located: -West Fork of Kottle  kiver uuai-tlie R;t!ii.b)��;* Fraction.  TAKE NOTICM tiinl. I. John' P. McLeod, la  .- aifciit for IMiiiip .1.!. ���&. Stanhope, Free  Miner's Certificaui A>>. !!-i2'��:57, 'itiend, sixty  days from the di'.U> lu-reof. to apply, to tlitt  Miniui-r' Recordor ior p. C.*-riideate ;-.f lmpn.ive-  motitsi" for this pui'iJoK"' <>!' oiun.iniiijr ^ Crovrn*  Grant of the 'iinovu claim.  Ami lurtbur take iwiwn*  ti-iit uotioa, uutior  Bection  37, .must be com -.uiiiic-itS tiefnre tli�� i��itn-  atice of such Certiliiiiitws of I-.iii>n>v<*imiints.  . .-Dated thiifiSrcl duv ��f  :\'..-.'.-.-m1icr. A   D...10(16.  17-36 .1  V. McIjEuB.  OCaO-OOOiXK-ICJ-O-OOO 00-00  _<>  ^���j-i-MK&waiiia-iaji  ?SiSr3h.ifei'fi;.iis...i*sJ*J  R A I L W A YS  DIAIM PACIFIC BOOMING  EXCURSION HATES  tOSSLAND I  WINTER:CA,RNIVAL   $  FARE AND ONE-THIRD 3  ���'FOR ROUND TRIP'     i  From RcveUtoViV !*'"i.*'i tin:- and nil   0  int*sri-itetli;-.*ii:* ;iit-:l  iif.itich -^  OM <���;������.��  Fc.hru.  16i.li  ;*H*   :!  s  For dctsi'.* i  I.::.*  to local it.;, i'l-*  E. J. COYi.E. .!.  A.G.P.A.VaiicMvi-:*  i ii- <������.':���..:>n apply  !..i,.,.A.X.*'.lsoii  COOO-O-OO-O-O-^ ���   .   )-:>C-"-00OOOOOOOO  Itc?r. �����;��� Piles.  If you are t-.v-q-i...:;. I���:" r.-ith anyt-ne  who ia trouble', tv---h .'lii.�� (iistressiog*  ailment ymu c;m 0-*> liim no greuter  favor thaii tn toll iii'.n ���:.. i ry Chamb-jr-  Iain's Salvti. it :;-;*.-:-, kists.nt relief.  Price 25 ceuU ;��� . -���:������ Sold V��y i.1  drufjfists.  Sir Thomits Shaughnessy, president  of the Carirwdinn Piicific, who has been  iri the city for the past, few days, will  leave'for the east on the way home to  Montreal. During- his stay in town  the president has been kept.constantly  occupied in dealing with the various  problems connected with the operations  of the western lines of the company,  tin*- proposed extensions, the completion of the work already in hand the  administration . of land holdings and  other matters of great importance to  the corporation, over which he presides.  In conversation with a representative  of the Eree Press Sir Thomas spoke of  the rapid development of the lines of  the company throug-h their extension  into new districts and the improvement  of the existing (racks.  "A, the present moment we have  1,208 miles of new track under construction,���'���' he said. "It ia necessary  that we should he adding to our mile  ag-e constantly. There are ctew districts into w'licit the track must be extended in order to keep pace with the  development of the country, and in  many cases to *<ive opportunity for  that development. The very greatest  carets necessarily exercised in the  development of the line. On the one  hand it is necessary to advance rapidly  -e u ou gh ,-a v. d^o i u_Lh e^o thi-r^h an dli t^ js  essential that no undue expansion  should occur which might possibly  render the position of the company unsatisfactory in a time of depression.  pkeparKd for-contingencies,  "Would it be possible to overbuild at  the present time?'' Sir Thomas was  asked. J  ���'It certainly would. Whatever the  condition in any country may be at any  time, however prosperous the .country  ntay be, however hopeful the future  mav appear, evervone knows that there  may be years of depression at some  tittie in the futuie. The most prosperous of periods come to their end at last  and there are years when all branches  of li-arie and cotnineroe fall away For  this reason, il: is thte purpose of the  uiana^iMiiecit to endeavor to keep ihe  position of the company strong1. We  must be prepared for the contingencies',  of ihe future, and it would be most  unwise for us to undertake obligations  which might prove an embarrassment  in the yeans which moy come, While  we find it essential to provide against  any couting-encies of this kind, we  must also keep pace with the demands  of the country for increased railway  facilities. The g* eater part of this increased miie.-tge is in the territory west  of Fort William.-, but there is a large  increase in the business of the company on the eastern iine-i, and a large  increase in the mileage and equipment  of the company there.  FINEST TERMINALS IN  WORM).  "A statement was made a few day��  ago by a prominent American  railway  man to the ��� effect, that the difficulty  with the railways was not a shortage  of cars, but in the fact that the mileage of the companies was inefficient,  and the terminal facilities inadequate?"  suggested the reporter,    "Whatever may be the case with the  American roads, this is not true of the  Canadian Pacific." replied Sir Thomas.  "We have made a specialty of terminal  facilities, and we certainly are not  hampered in this regardv As you are  aware, we have in this city the best  terminals that have been constructed  by any company in the world. What  we have done iu Winnipeg is an illustration of what we have*done*throughout Canada. We have spent millions  iu the last few years in the construction of terminals and we are well-prepared in this regard for all the demands that are liable to be* made upon  us.  TRAIN OF NEW CARS^EACHDAY.  "There is a. car shortage on the system at the present time?" wan suggested;'  "Yes,'' wks the reply. "There is a  difficulty in the matter of the provision  of cars and locomotives for the business of the company. If I could buy  ten million dollars' worili of cars and  locomotives at the present time I woi Id  buy them and would undertake to provide the money in cash. There r.re no  cars or locomotives to be bought. Wc  arc, however, making large additions  to the rolling stock of the company  from bur own' shops. Every evening  there are. twenty-four:cars finished arid  delivered from our own builders to the  operating: department of the company,  and a; corresponding number of locomotive** monthly .. It is not so long ago  that twenty-four* cars made up a rail:  way train. ��� So that it may be said that  we are adding a new train to the available force of cars every day."  SCARCITY OF* RAW MATERIALS.  "This ought to relieve ��� the situation  eventually," sa>d the reporter.  "Theaddition isvnov noticed," said  Sir Thomas;:" "The cars go out^ from  the shops and are at once absorbed by  the system, so that you might wonder  what had become of them. They are  gradually used up iu the;,business of  the-company..' Th****** real cause of the  scarcity of car* is traceable to the difficulty of .'������ecuritig raw materials of ail  kinds. If you go'tit the steel man, you  cannot get steel. If you go to the iron  men you cannot get iron. So if you go  to.the lumber men -you-, cannot, get lumber. Formerly "if" we wanted- a steel  bridge we^ could, get one in three  months, now we.are compelled to wait  a year or eighteen months. Similarly  iu. all other departments of the business; Under these-circumstances it is  apparent that we cannot expect }o get  cars outsideof our own works, and in  fact we cannot. All other lines on the  continent are in the same position with  the Canadian Pacific in this regard^  the scarcity of cars being universal  throughout the country-. * The scarcity  of ��teel, iron and lumber ia uo uew.  thing now, the same conditions prevailing for a year past. The present  shortage on the Canadian Pacific is  felt throughout the system, and is as  tr^e of the ?ast as it is of the we3t.  "Of the general development of the  country you know as much as I do. The  great progress made by the western  provinces of Canada, is exceedingly  gratifying to the directors of the Canadian-Pacific -who^.arc.=,so-deeply^inter=:  ested in the progress and advancement  of this aa of all other portion* of the  Dominion."���Manitoba Free Presu.  Try This for Your Cough.  To relieve a cough ur break up a cold  in twenty-four hours, the following  ���imple formula, the ingredients of  which can be obtained of any good  prescription dmggi*t at small coit, is  all that will be required: Virgin Oil  of Pine (Pure), one-half ounce; Glycerine, iwo ounces; good Whisky, a half  pint. Shake well and take in teaspcon  ful dose* every f:urhour*. Thedesiied  results can not be obtained unless the  ingredients are pbre. It is therefore  better to purchase the ingredient* separately and prepare the mixture yourself. Virgin Oil ot Pine (Pure) should  be purchased in the original half ounce  vials, which drug-fists buy for dispeti-  ving. S&ch vial is securely sealed ia  a round wooden case which protects  the Oil irom exposure to light. Around  the wooden case is an engraved wrapper with the name���"Virgin Oil of  Pine (Pure)"���plainly printed thereon.  There are many imitations and cheap  productions of Pine, but thsse nly  crsate nausea, and never effet the  desired results, -   11-24  For CUT FLOWERS.  Pot Plants, Bouquets, Utc,  Write or pkoae  FRACHJC BR03., Columbia, B. C  yu��cr��I Smmlgnm-at eT6fy*:a��*cri*ptf*9��.  TENTH  III!    \V   FIVE BAYS-  ry 12, 13,-U, 15 and 16,1907  Five Grand Trophies and ?2,000 hi prizes.    Two bands in attendance.  HOCKI'IY���-International and inter-Provincial championships.  SNOWSHOElNO���Championship of British Columbia.  TOBOGGANING���A mile a minute down the "ZIP."  SKI-ING���Jtirnpitij**: and Racing.    Championship of Canada.  SKATING RACES���For championship of British Columbia.  CURLING���A  provincial  bonspiel.  Horse Racimr.   M.-i.��i|uei*a<liiipr.   Tujrs-of-War and other interestinR* events.  Reduced railway rate.; on all linos. For further particulars apply to  J. S. C. FRASER. l'i-.**'*i!*.'n*,       God Save tho King*. E. ADAMS, Secretary  Do You Weigh Enough?  Everyone of average intelligence knows something  of the immense value of Cod Liver Oil and Iron as  remedial agents. Consequently no one would be surprised to hear thatvery satis factory results had followed  from giving "FERROL" (a perfect emulsion of Cod  Liver Oil, Iron and Phosphorus) in cases where Iron  and Oil appeared to be needed.  But, when we ask people to believe that in an  actual and scientific test made by an .eminent and well-  known physician, twenty-five bottles of  were given to ten patients and the result was a net  increase in weight of ninety-five pounds, we are aware  that we are asking a great deal; nevertheless we are  prepared to prove that this is an absolute fact, by  evidence that no reasonable person canreject. Moreover, this is no isolated instance, but only one of many  equally remarkable.  Very few people properly appreciate the importance  of maintaining their normal weight.    *  There is no surer indication of approaching disease  than a considerable loss of weight and even where  this is'not the case, a man whose weight is not up to  the average is always in danger of contracting any of  the germ diseases which are unfortunately so prevalent  On the other hand, while his weight is well maintained,  a man is practically proof against attack, and if disease  ia already present, the fact that the weight is being  o increased is proof positive that the disease is being  .   overcome. ,  The desirability of maintaining the weight should  therefore be apparent. In view of this we can confidently recommend" FERROL " as the surest, speediest and most effective medicine by which the weight  may be maintained or restored.  WHITE \mSv RED CROSS PHARMACY,*  '  Druggists and Optician..- Greenwood, B. C.  *nnr*TinT*****i*****nnn'':i*^Tiiii''tll*'*,"*7*i';'--'****--"'****T  'If  the solid satisfaction of our perfect fitting underwear can't  be tempted to wear any but Knit-to-Fit. They know  that money can't buy undergarments that are more, carefully made���that fit so perfectly���and are so thoroughly  comfortable for -winter wear.  Combination .Emits  are knit all iu one piece to fit the figure from neck to  ankle.   Made in all fabrics from silk to cotton.  Ask your dealer to show you the vdnter weights and  styles or write us for our catalogue.  THE KNIT-TO-FiT MANUFACTURING CO.  P. O. BOX 2339, MONTREAL.  ���,m!=u*-r^.*5^iKuCT)^nna��ntraaaijciuiWfin��  LAND NOTECE  NOTICE I�� hereby g'\7fn ttinl i.i.\ty iIsts  afterdate I intend to ��*pplr ���-��������� Hi'; iioo., the  Chiaf Cotnmts-tlotier of I.mkU sirul Vvurks, for  p��rmU��ion to pnr��lia*u the: i.illn<Ti:ip- ilti-cr'.had  land* Rituitted in En.1*: Y:il* *!'..**rk:t: CV.iu-  mencU-j* at t\ pom mark-id H. C>! I'lirsfn S. VV.  cormr po��t; thenew west i'* cli.iini to |*.nnl tuou.  ument on Boutidarr lir.i:; iberc- nmth SO  chain I*); tli one* *a��t 20 cU.iIkb; thttict munli 30  Chains to tha place of com-ni.-i-iic-rni'ml. r.outaia-  iag 160 ici'iti-  Datod Dtceoibct 17. V'i.X.  30.30 .r-I-lX CHAIC.  MINERAL ACT  MINERAL ACT. l8'-6.  Certificate of Improvements.  Nt/ri- ���:���:..  "Mapl* I<��af Fra-Jii-Jiial" >;*:::.--.] (."mini, situ-  ato  in   the   Grt'iitiw.ioJ  Mi" !".**'   VJiv'sIun of  0 Tale District. When located: lu iikjlnik  Camp.  TAKK NOTICE That. U 2'- V,". (irovta.  Fr���� Miner's Cerv.-lcate >'o. 505fi. intend,  sixtj days from th'.' d:it.i ii��r��i,*;. to appi.T to  the Mininjr Pecor.lt:: .-��������� *�� <.'; riiiic.i;*- of Improvements for the ;*i'.:.-po.-.i- -if oi.lr\i-ii:!ir a  Crgwn Qrant of of '*.>���*.sir.;.-!*, hi -lit <il>ov claici.  Aad further talcu miice ih.u *i.cii-.iti ticidi-r  ���octlon 37, must tf. cwnimoaoisd b-uor? th�� i.-  1t*a*n�� of *racli e��rLi!iaata uf iJU;.-!ovrni-i:i:i-.  Xffm%t *rt��i*l'17th <iiv of Jan Birr-. t'KVT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE :'':  "Ilcll Flower" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located:    In I.onp Lake Camp    ;  TAKE XOTJCK that I, I=aac H. Halle.tl.  a�� ajrent for Spencer Uenorman, I-'rnr  Miner's Cni'tif.cute Xo. I!2122,inteiid, si^tyilayK  from the date h��n;of. to apply to the. Minincr  Recordei- for a ceriificate of Improvements, for  the prrpose of obtainiui; a Crown ft rati t of  their interests In the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  ���section 37, Hunt be commenced before the ii��n-  anco of such certificate of improvement**.  Dated thig 31*t dav of December, A.D. 1906.  21-30 I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Mable Fractional" Mineral Claim, Bituate In  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District. Where located: In Greenwood Camp.  TAKK NOTICE 'bat I, Isaac H. Hallett.  as Agent for John Mulligan, Free Miner's Certificate \*o. 112021. intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Minintr  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for tlie puroose of obtaininj.' 't Crown Giant of  theabove claim.  And  further take notice that action, under  sec tion 37, must be commenced  before the Issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated tbU 31 ti dav of December, A  D. 1806.  2Ir70 I. H. HALLBTT. .a'HMlt   WBli^CT  T^A<i-A^  iiu  miuiUJi  �����OM4u  ���li     ,          .,   ....j 'ii-J,": 'x'-..�� v" j. -r"i .A .  -���{not payable till due   fiy-layi; j.-ll;9,. ,.JireJ,(aljL*rm*i aa   per,,      ... r t  ;!:;contri-,..:.i.|."*;.*>...!.A*v.....?. :��� ���"��� | || j j !:  Surplus "account.....*..-;.;;���: .'35,-884il47;!.  Plus   sinking   fund   reservation  ��� !  account, being- atridunt'-wtiicli!.  ���'.���A     -,..;,  |H should  be at ihe credit of the,  ji siriking.,fund as per byjl,aw..i"..,-;26,7,  2.654 50  ; 1,000 00  Tax sale acc'punt  Water ..-wprlis.......  70  ..-*���*,-...,,.,���. ........:'.'S2,'91'-4"37  .. ;.      ,.., .i:i.:n..t ... ,..- r< ,?,, r,*i t.> *.i  ,e*Wa:*mouh't-un,expe*nded under ,,..'  ftjy.Uaw 1114  1 ��  .,...1,665 00".'51,249 37  ��� !'������) ..-���?; (-i'J   :.*,ii   ;..*... ;,- v^-'i:-  ��>i  ' ; I , * - '���'- i :  :Fir.e. alar.m^to.be. installed, as per  '.'II-T;  ���S8i;:56     62*643 03  si  !:S1re[ati intpriiv ements,..  ":   5 ta*. ,,i-   ii:     ��� < ������ '  Cily' map...|.|>,l.*i>.  ���I  ���*f-V.*"  -���v ���:.-���  ���f'ttjp:  i'r'��i  '���if':-  ''t-!Z  :t:.  ���:jV  Cemetery ..:i;.....<.-  ���Isolation hoS^ttali.'....,;....,  .Fire' d e par.thjtent..-,:...>,w.v<>  Municipal .Vbtiildings.^i..  City band.;:::....vJ.-.>..��,*>,���.;  Bonus accpu'*nt-;..;;x--:.*.;y-.,i.,.|-.-.-::-.v  School  build ing..: j];.-.....���..,   GraVei pit.li'.:-..-.*.���.������..���.*->....v*r,i'iT".*Y  Am bulanceV.i..*!*.vik. *���..:.,,.............  Debenturealheid by|; bank.as -Ret;,..j;  .:*J.i*;:cbtt��niHr:V. i.v.v.,,, ���. .A.:.,,,..... i.,...;..,...;, i..: I  -��� :-.*r.!ivi:n  t* Urn.  At 11.'  i:i  ?.''.',;-. '*!  -;f -Jtnir  ���������.*:-,��  h::l  VT:.*;-!    -.'��  V."iJi:i-r    ������'  ���\'.i  ''i,0oo'Vp!0j  'a.6,31-5^3^  ���������:0.M  518 S9  'i'.'   , !K'-*.-������ .1"  . 3,727 OS  ji: .rr**rrr:ti  5,681 o:  A 147 42  ".*:::* -,;������ \  ,  - 3 550 00  ti."     "  ' '  '  ..t'h  ,:,.10,*J91..6J  ���7^7 m^  . . ., --1817.U  M    ni   Ifi't...  ,    ,16,000 0  1  (~"-!���     t   J-  I'*  s     <.,  ���$175,866 38  .*     I"-::  .:> ���.������������ir.-.  ������< ������ -i I*:;*.  III-VJ  $17S;866 38  ���VJ',!*|T"        i  rrr  "i have audited the-books-and-vouchers of the City of Greenwood for' the year ^^ife  above .^.^eet^icorrect, and -MbitMl-,^^  1906.   &;; ^';V:',M'; :;!-' ;:"': "�� : i"'1';���'  i:>iii'm--'Vsl'iw> E. HODGfSi'jAlhrtbr^   ���*.'.-'; f -_-)i-:..,-;j;,.v ; .", ;'\. . Chartereid' 'Accoutitaut:  by  ^       ".-���.'       . ,      ,- "���'.   0v������0 (ir 1     In':i,!06(y ounces'!of riAmferkati   goldi  Dr. &mm<m8rdentMtf-Phqne,9^^^^^ of pure  goi;d,rtb'duuces'df' sUvcVarid 90 ounces  of -copper'.-'     t!-Ji!'-'r   ,.'-..!:.������ ";  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings  Severil-.'n^W features''will !b'b introduced  in''connection*'wi'th   the-large,'  new   furnace beinb'   infetalled^lVy ::the !  Dominion   Copper "company.    Among  thes'efis the   ���nti'Sthod of hapdlin-gj!'the  water after tt;ipa��sBs through the'jack-  '' cts. Slnsteadfof theyusual arranget.nent  ilil*6*f"-pi*jjes, the heat'ed  water j&'ere.j'i'xuiis^  directly in the  four   main" supporting  columns at the corners of th.e  furnace  aud from'"'these1'into' the "'niain  waste"  water pipes'.'" The furnace' will be fed:  mechanically ' by" side-duraping' steel  cars   drawn;''ify  electric1 locomotives/  ,The mamin'oih  newu-crusii'er, ��� which is  of the���siftf^ew^Sfh'^ti'as'that'l*nius6i  at the "Granby niines, is now  installed.  The ore'tW^Wd'to'the-xrifsrier Satitotnat-*  .   ically.      After   being   crushed:.-vit :ii*i  . . hoisted*^tfa^cl4e'di"ble^atbr::to,th;e-/bin)  floor, wl��*irev<itiwill>ljfcftdum!ped up'6n a  long at��elCW��*��-.'d6nVeyfcr'.". .This tvill;be  ���   arranged aWa's,Mt'o.vcarr.y;ore: to any of  the binlpoldor new, and iwill ������takejthe:  place   ,&r.*tea*mmingi-::-,,tThe.:;crushihg;  plant ha83aif.ca*paci,ty..ofj,150 tons, per!  hour.   -TKec^ldicirfitshing. plant, .will ,be  ;.   u��ed exfliiBiyely a%^,satnple.mill. ,  ,,,;  \v hat is a capitalist?-:Saida western  tainingii mak :ohce;v,' ;5'^he;-'prdina'ry-  capitaliBt--.:i��;;thea-hardest';tnan >to  get  interested:lip. !a;.*::-*heaw mining' ot;.;other  propo��itio.n; viHej i��fliable tojbe*critical.  regarding conditions yenerially. ..Heii-e  trained in investments, and is likely to  be acquainledf\-^itti/!Speculatio|n;;-]''Th  'ji, cipitalUt i8,.,usuaUy a very  busy man,  Lil.W,fiose'tlme is'taken  up quite fully by  V his regular "'business 'affaifs"and"finan-  cial-interests.      Occasionally   he has  R; w-fceen a'promoter intone ,way vpr,an.other.  il   himselfj and understan-d.".., to,a nicety  |    the/plans,   policy   and':1-imeans; usually1  |    employed in promotion.v; This type .of  investor is experienced ;and clever^and  I;    caii|t:plferably well1 i'iz'e' 'tip a ���prospect' or  jan^-new !proposition.'  3'iich  a"person  V ijwiiiiusually see the possibilities of a  A |:fprppp8itipp at a glance,- ais. well as  f   ��!undijrrstkriJd   the undesirable .features.  !!    '-/Xhe ^capitalist has many opportunities.'i  Ji     S:-t.'-.i t ���'' ���'-'������> . .       Z.Akv-i '<-,   !-...:;t..'.  I    sGppprtanitiea   seem   to   seek   money,-  j ^-Imoife'itha'n   money   the opiK^tunities:  ?    [Tortht*Tcapitatist~i^^^  t-   fof promoting and financing the bigger  f-   ''scheiaes, such is railroads, big- mines,  k  '; j sinelters, ship building,,irrigtTtiori and  *   *i:the 'ivast number of large undertak-  *S      *?' ;���:������! "  '. The .deVel'opment of ' the,'  .'J fi: iV.f;t' ,D;W"i'-> VOO .il^.'^frK  sources  of Mississippi  Has  mineral re-  iissipp'i" lias been  very  slow, amounting annually   to $500,000  pr|i7Cl6;pOO  for!-;3!ffie||past foS^'oWfiye  yearB.jl* Aboiit-;!run.i-Be-tenthsti^2,fifethis  conies if rom the   clav   woiki'ng  i'ndus-  .ti'ies���brtcks, ttlesy'stoneware and-*po.t-  tery.    Next in importance are the min-,  ������eral.-w.a.ters.-t A.:gmall..amountof  stone  '*&*i<ftiarr.ied....within'.f,-the. .limits of  the  state, and icomparatlvelvt,unimportant  amounts of, ocher,,glass sand, iron ore,  etc., ..have, ..been   shipped   at   various  ��� tjimes    "~ ,-~  -*'-"*-���'���"���-  The slow, development  of the  stat'��� '���  ! A Habit to Be Encouraged  The  iiiother : who : has -acquired 'tire.  habit of keeping ori: hand * a -bottle of  ''Chamb'erl.Siri'S Cougli!-Remedy,- saves;  herself a'great:~amount* of 'uneasiness*;  'and;anxiety!,*'C6'ttg*hS, colds'and'eroup,j  tbf wliicli' 'Children:: :a!re<' susceptible--are;  qu'iclily,b'i*r*e'd;'by-its**use;-t''It- counteracrs';  'any,:-tPna'ency1 rPf a''cold'-to-'trestiltt^in  pneti'moriia, an&*i'f',-grven,as*s6'6n''as*tlie.  first sy'inplB-His'ib'f1 ?crOtip"appear, itrtrill  ��� preveWttlTe;ia'ttdck. vThisiiremedyicon-  'tai'ns '-'nothing������'���IftjuWotasyand".- in'obhe  |'give'"'it't'6 little'bries'With  aufedling**  'perfect security'/'Sold bvi-itll druggists!  "^    *~-"T   ... -. - :���:.-  ���. i twi    11.. ::t n-;-.:   ���: h I .<; *  TheiUinjted States-sUyer^^c.-gnt pie  ^was[firstipoined*in, 1851.;���,..I(��� :i..  resources of tlie state is due,    large  part, to;the fact that it,has no  geolog-1  i'cal survey 1"-.   '��� ' V -V       , -   j  r"u  il^t{':{ l-t'inuncuhj;'! ;o ��� '���'.  .if R^SLANb!^rJTE^ CARNIVAL * (V  ;'i <���. A)?aaFebruary 12tHrt6th. I''";  11 The;'Cariadia'nv-'Paci*fi'cf railway an-;  noiiiice'Stri''excursiPhiTratii of fare ainci  brie:-th!ird^.!for:.*fth'eS-i:dUt0 trip for m&  '���above eventj-r-ifr.pm (Reselstolte, Fernie  and all intermediate fiam] ' branch line  'points*..;-::Tickets>oni sajlejjFebruary lltli1  to 16th, good tQrrTiet;U��!ii(t��till-.February  Iil8th.:-i*:;   '   -:  :���' it. ���.*!. *--.'." H.hi  jt-i.:..-.  :;.. vi t:n i.-!|t j  , Stages,,, leave dail^fpr .Ferrj;,^ ;  ,, Wash,,. JVIptherV^qde^Mine^'and', j  d phpeni^v',' ^est^Pjrk^ ,stage- |.  '- ;^^%:.i?rSe^*SV::.ria*:;6 aay'iwm |  ;caMglS^E'^ip^^| jv  "piiPE'S; CIGARS''arid-tr,'li  TftBAccc-sr '*"  *.:!*i .*:.'i ill!    :;!;������ J1 !*i 'j i  o;taoj  "h  ���uv,. -:i\.,i  -We lmdWMe ^tiytHiiif'  i mmun mm juuuHfiHiKiiiUt  ^EOP^IEIOR:  ' ' l   ' E?  .',���*��� i: !:  If*::* -rf'-ji -U   i '   l'  "������      : 'j 'J. '��� 1 li**? '"% i '���!  *  ���*���  :     *���.���'. .An.i .fe.il. ft ���?    ��� ���  ��*#*�������*���*$�� *s^�� WOSi-ir: ���>-.��.-* i;i-gs ��j:i ;i* ��������-: -?:4 W.V'*** * t?kf��t**#��*��**��*��-��***fiier��#  ,,.*.. tt  SEALED. T.ENIDERS addrensed to theunderT  siftued**ttiid-jendorsed! ''Tender for Eost-  Office, Tdrritei* B.' 0.," will be received at this  office utitil..JiIoud*iyv*Fo]brtiai:y,^8..lJ?07, ijicljugi-  vely, for the 'cdnstr'u'ctijbn of s'.PIost(OBifce.l&c.*'i  ..buildings at Ferine. B. C -.,.--.-..     ^.^  Plans ai.d'''specifica:tioMs*-''caiv-'be-.seeii- [and  forms of tenders obtained at this  Department  and  ou application  to Robert A.  Kerr, ris.q.,.  :.Clerko,f...Wprks,lFernie.B. C. ;-'*':!  Persons tendering- are;':-iiblifiedMliat,' tenders-  �����;iU not be.cotisidered unless mad**] on; tlie  printed fortnfs stippViedifatidjisi^ued with t'h'eirr  actualsig-natures.���������'���. V,l i-i'-'ls, '0      j    .'.,.  Each tender. rmust. be , accompauiqa by a'ti'  accepted clieque::on;-;a1-cUa-rteredr.(ba*aJc, rfa-jde,  payable to the .order jpf. the. H,o,itou|able] the  Minister of^-Public .Works, equal! to1<ten| percent U0 P- ci) of . the -amount-'df'tlife tender,  which'w 111*be forfeited:if t"tho';;parly tpndctriri'g*  decline 'to'enter into*,-aj,con tract ^whjeii called  upon to do so,, or if he "fail'To* "coi^pletcs the  work-contracted'Hor. If the tenderr be| not  acceptedthe cheque will ' e returned.'jj i .,, -;  ;:''The Depi'rtnien.t does not bind itSelf to'ac-  cepL.lhe.,loweBt6'r:any tender ���    $       !   ...  '���;���',-.'*:;.,AAAA,, B   'itBy Order, ��      j     " '  '������ "��� ::';���;,:-.::;: -A ";.:!     ':^;.& FRED. GEIjfJNAS.' i ;\ i  *���������: ���; t ��� .j.!.-.*.; i*i:il,;|;|H**i Sepretary.  Department of public Works, 2 ' ;*!  ~  ^=^^I^==^Ottawa,Jatutary 18,1907. g       j ..���(.,-.  :Newspapers! . inse^titiR*    tliis"~adTeTtiK^meiitr j  r">  dC; -"��� i'i i'-:'-; i  31'  ir,. mi  :;-.M  ; -������������' !'->-The ���extraordinary.-hig-h,prices,f pr..tin  -have���initiated ...energetic   prospecting  for ne*��ri/deposits ���_in,. North  America.  Recently a discovery of tin ore in situ  ka��>KbeeH.;irjepor^ed;~n^ear, New   Ross,  Lunenburg;county, Nova Scotia, but it  i is;not known .-whether,., the. deposit will  ' ke developed.   Perhaps the find, when  examined by an engineer; will be. rec-  .of nized aa   tourmaline or |dne of the  rare 'Bteel-hardening minerals. It is  ', not an easy matter to identify tin ore,  ^especially   in   localities .where   other  ���^inerals are, plentiful and so closely  resemble tin. -  !^^rtP^SSjrl��TStom  the  Depar^eut wil.  not be paid for it.   ... m       A;\\>  ���. < -  :*���-.*���'.��������� .-..*-;������:��� tj;  \Wi. jtn;! sris    i?      i  :  ������  :--**^J7&<fffe^&^*_r     ji-  Il^/l!-i��v'^JO.HKI!ln'i.'  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead*  ���:-*,     Regulations. ]".]  ���   ��� ��� -.'. --..'-.-." ���' ���  ANY available Domiiiion Lands within *th-*-.*  Railway Belt in British Columbia, mav.  be homesteaded bj* any person who is the sole  head of a family, or any male; oyer ,18 years c;f  SLK&, to the extent of one-quarter section jof 1(.;  acres, more or less. ��� ���    ni.   :.. \. . iV ;  Entry must be made personallj-at the} l.'jcnl  laud office for the clistrictin wliiclh tiii'il^nil.i-*.  aituate. ������������: '���       '. ;,'*.:-.-������; |  ithe homesteader isrequii-etl' tii -p*i forlii the  conditions connected  therewith   uiider (jiieV  ' "   ii':i.':'.!:li!.,lt-   ;     '  i   unexcelled, as  is  evidenced  by .its  "'-"its-^oiitiilritv ln^itfftie towns;  ''!'*'! of ���'the'B'butidair'y.'i    *  Forlaie af all-LMiii^flpteis  Either Draught <w Bpttled.  *! iBatronizfirhonijC. ind^try,-by ��'- - ~'-: '���'  *������: ..,..!-,i...-. -tsisting,on.liavjag:..:*3 :.  ^ELIfflOR|V,ffi!l|D.;BEER  TeU*i13.3.;,..t: ;:;V \  '%>���"���  fo..  '��"'  r'fi, '  it  i?'  ill  Si  Phone 16.  .iff  .TT  .U./.  .t-.-.'.iv.;-si-.\   1 .1   ,,... ���������"*"  ,"������:, t(  v! In ithis day when  the ventilation of  Mines is so thoroughly understood, or  at lesstshould'beijby all superintendents and -foremen of the mines, with  the best make of fans constructed and  installed,the'neglect of conducting the  ventilating:- current   to   the ,working  iaces of the -mine';'is a crime against  n, i-tbe health.of the, mirier and a waste of  money foi^ the operator, aa it is a well  vnln:'.' icnoftfn..factV that employes' in. a well  ,'mi-i- ������: Tentilatedmine.can do more and better  :-t )r, ,-t... ^orj^ thari those  in' a mine where  the  .-v'tni; .^ventilation is neglected and the atmos -  p   [:'"' pheire of ^the mine sluggish*.  >:.;..;5jv  jar-*,   t.s ��� :i :.':���.*: .      .-  JnH-.iZ     r.  .-, I-*;;,. HJ   tj    - . : ..;,    ..���-,  ���. ml  the following plant (  (1) At least tix month*' residence '.ii'pbjtf  culttvationof the land In, eaqh'y^r.,-for| -  years. ���;:; <-\    \  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is  deceasod), of the homasteader rotides Uikui, .a  farm in the vicinity of the laud entered tor,,the  requirements as tn residence mav be satisfied  by such person residini: with tb�� faCier.vr  mother,        |       . ! '..  (3 If the settler hat his pe'rmantnt residom;^,  upon farminp land owned :by him iu thi| Ticiii-  itvof his homestead, the requirfemetit* 'at \\r  esidence may be Fatisfied by r*��ideni!e.��pcn  thesaid laud. A ��� .''    J  ������ u    :  Six months' notice in writiuj*?. should be [rir-iii.  to the Commissioner of Domiitln'tf Lands at  Ottawa of intention to apply f*?.r.'P^*i},t- f    ...  Coal landt may be ourchase$ af Slip per acre  for soft coal and $30 for anttiri'yiHe, Nit ri^.re  than 320 acres can be .a'cquirft't* W orje individual or companr. Royalty at the rate oM��u i ���**  cents per ton of 2,00 pounds shair_be;c|)llecti'rt  on the srrots output  A     *  House Furnisher^ 1  jh��# *��������������<����#**���� fc4:-tiSi:f-��*i;t;!}-7:t��*�� �������������� is?  ..   tt  A     ��  SHJHlt ft 0 ##��*���*���*����� iSO^-fil*  ���fflnnsmHiiaMi-TO  TT��vtJ��)g^i.ii  t~~~   ; i    * ... ,  i-urihg the reign of Numa Pompilius,  B. C. 700, an experiment was made  with -wooden money.  H-i'.i  -'' ���~iron'} liulkVoiiffs"'afe��a������ c'instint:; care 'in i  r:-"Fall:*and Winter- weatherr.y-Thay Will'  :--';catch cold;: :t; Do yqu knoWjatioutjSniloh's  j..,;-Coosuniptioni.Cuie,,thej^ungT,pnic. and  ���what it lias dohefot so many"? Jft iis. *aat<{  fo1 be "tKe.'.kinTy"' reliaBte'1 feniedy for all  diBftasei'.'of 'the!*airhpassagesriin'T 'children.1  ltris' absoliitely ha'tnllea and-pleasant; to . g  take. ItU*^arariteedt6c.u^bry6ut'money I.S  is returned. The price is 25c. perj 'opR)9> S  and all dealers in medicine sell       :    V314  .,x*\i>uimwM&anuK%r.vrin*^ri^ivii:ej.v.^avvi^jzi.uytB:ijxKvjrr*nu.  -Thislem-ndy sliatild'oe ju^very hotisehold.  -���i_.i 1   1 ��� r 11 - -    1         1 111 i.      .  ���W.W.y.CORY,v  I  .,.1  : til    j  J-1''- ���-****��' f**-  ! ft   ���;>���*::���*'t-  Tea '    i  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  ReceiveSd Highest Award  ion J Exhibition 1906  io s-i*t;*=.fc u-wftui  -    - Deputy of theMinister.j��f the interior !.ar,rnj:-T!srr*t*:..*i��:*-*-. ��� - '-~=���  N.B.-Unauthorized    publication of this ad   CiiKonriVtA     Unr   Tfin  v ertitement will not bo paid for. 33-S-;       OUUotllU-0     1 UI    lllV  t^'|*j  I  cv:  V  v.,  AA ; .C��3��3tfti\3J..iriuiK:jV4E.?;��uameM  'Hilliliillilllldlt inVllllilillllhlllli iihllh  I        It   i   I i      'IU  CF*  CF*  IF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  (F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  a=x  CF*  CF**  CF*  Rest $11,000,000.  Capital, aii paid up, $14,400,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $159,831.84  Hon. President:   Lord Stkatiicona and Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.  '     President:'-* Sir Geokgp: A. Iisnw .vtond, K. C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :    E. S. Clooston,  Branches in London, Eug. -!c^lruiuPr"Sl[ New YorK, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling* Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial au  Travellers' Credits, available in auv partjof the world.  ���     SAYINGS. BANK DEPARTMENT.  Interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  ' Of  >m~r  *sD  ���**���=���*��>  W22MMMMBMMMMMMM2MM2MM2MMM  BANK  THE CAN  OF COivjl  Paid-up Capital,$10,00,000.   Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Asat. Gem'l Mahagw  BANU MONEY ORDERS  I88U-E0 AT Vf*& POUOWSBsQ BATES S.  $S aaii antSw    9 eaaafc  Ove* $5 an*-?-at* assee-dlne $*��     6 cents  "��� $vo*      '" " $30...... tQ cents  w   $3$      *���*��� - $50 '.. 15 cents  ���'heae Orders are Payable at Par at Arty office in Canada of a CharteredI Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in the United states.  KEOOrtAULK  AT  A FI*<liD RAI'5 AT  THE CANADIAN BANK: OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent svu."f.]i<;*.l -^remitting small sums of in one  * with ka-;t���**.>��� .and nt small cost.;  Savings Bank Department  :    Interest allowed on deposits from $1 upwards at current rates.  TOWN HOTICS  Dr. Mathison,  dentist,  blocJc.  Naden-Flood  Greenwood Branch  J. T. BEATTIE Acting Manager  To Employers  Are you conversant with the Workmen's Compensation  Act.* The only absolute protection offorded is a Liability Policy. Tlie ''OCEAN" Policies, (the largest  accident company in the world, with assets of over  Seven Million Dollars) provides a complete indemnity  against all liability, relieving' you from all responsibility, worry and trouble. ���.:*-.*.-    District Agent, Greenwood, B.C.  * <*��><n>^h><h.>.*��^>x��:<��^  I am now conducting the wood business  formerly owned by Hugh McKee and am pre-  prepared to supply the best quality of wood  at lowest prices." Good wood aud g-ood  measure.    Phone your orders. -  RIVE  LIVERY  The best of Horses and Rigs at all times.-  HAY, GRAIN  AND FEED STORE |  t  Chopped  Feed.   Hay   and   Grain.  Livery Phone 19, Feed Store Phone 124 f.  I GEO..H.-CROPLEY,-    -   Proprietor,!  V ��� ' ***  \% ty ^tytytytytytytytytyty^tytytyty^ptyAptytytytyty 3*  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  Electric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. Wc Can Save You Money  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  $tytytytytytytytytytytyty$tytytytytytytytytytytyty*  Valentines, all sizes aud prices, at  Coles & Frith.  Duncan Ross, Esq., M. P., returned  to Ottawa last Saturday.  The *vreather this week has been very-  mild aad the ��n.o-w has been wonderfully reduced.  Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Feeney of Greenwood, were registered at the Strath-  coua*., Nelson, this week.  Mr. T. A. Garland remains very ill  at his Anaconda, home. His progress  toward recovery is very slow.  Rev. J. P. Knox was in town this  week from Rossland, attending- the  funeral of the lute Harry Green.  Many old timers have been in the  Boundary within the last week, having  come to exercise their election privi-  leg-ee.  Robert Wood recently returned from  a hurried trip to the coast, whither he  went for an interview with Ralph  Smailes.  Cyrua Yuill, who recently sold his  cigar store to Joe Chenier, has gone to  the coast to look into the possibilities  for business-  The present winter has been rather  bird on the old folk. George Findlay  is under the weather this week at the  Imperial.  Another land mark gone. This week  the old Shonquist cabin north of the  B. C. hotel, succumbed to the nan of  the wood cutterj  Frank Lewis has become interested  in the livery business with Georg-e H.  Cropley. They have opened a stable  on North Copper street.  C. V. Semerad, who has bought the  National hotel and several lots in  Greenwood lately, expects to return  here to remain permanently in July.  The young ladies who left here last  Monday for school at Yale, only  reached their destination on Friday,  being- detained en route by snow and  ice.  Bruce Craddock was in town for a  few days this week looking- well. He  speaks very highly of the north  country, where he returns in the enrly  spring-.  Charles Garland of Kaslo, ia in town  visiting his father, T. A. "Garland of  Anaconda. He hopes to be able to  persuade his father to return home  with him for a visit.  The accident to ths Canadian Pacific  road at Phoenix, and its consequent  inability to deliver .ore, resulted in a  shut-down for three or four days at the  Boundary Falls plant thi-s week..  The substitution of electric for steam  power will, during 1907. save the British Calumbia and Dominion Copper  companies a saving of nearly a quarter  of a million dollars, it is stated.  George Maynard, who formerly lived  in Anaconda, and who latterly has been  residing in Ontario, where Mrs, Maynard died, is a visitor in Greenwood.  He expects to reside in the west.  L. B. Pierce of Bolster, was in town  -Friday*?*********** He-reports���mining��� matters  around Bolster and Chew-v in a healthy  condition. He predicts a great future  for Copper mountain. Considerable  eastern capital ir> coming into the  camp.  Messrs. Gauuce & Wickwire report  the following real estate transactions:  Transfer to Charles J. Wilson of the  house owned by Duncan Mcintosh on  Kimberley avenue, ;uid to the Dominion Copper Co. the Creighton residence  in Boundary Falls.  Patience is a virtue, patience with  men, with governments and with corporations. We incline to believe that  if our patience will only hold out a  little longer we will see work resumed  on the Midway & -Vernon. We trust  wc run no bodily risk in thus deliberately referring to th�� matter.  Mrs. McArthur, mother of Mr*. .1. J.  Caulfield   aud   Chsirlea   J.   McArthur,  died very  suddenly   .Monday morning--.  Het remains were .shipped   east to her  old Collingwood  home, where  she had  long since made arrangements that she  should be buried.    Mrs. McArthur was  highly respected in the community and  the sympathy of their rnauy  friends is  extended to the bereaved.  ' While  Mr.   and Mr*.   J. J. Caulfield  were absent   from   their  home for the  last two months, their home  on  Kim  berley   avenue   was   burglarized   and  | hundreds   of   dollars   worth  of linen,  clothing and other goods removed. The  removal must have liecesaitated  many  ! trips to the house, or  the  employment  ! of a four-hor.e  team.    Entrance   rras  ] effected through a wiudow.  T   TRUST  WATCH  IN THE HANDS OF AN INEXPERIENCED PERSON. IF THERE IS SOMETHING  WRONG WITH IT BRING IT TO A  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER. OUR  SPECIALTY IS WATCH REPAIRING.  ��MR MORK IS GUARANTEED  Copper Street  GAN & C��.  Greenwood  .. DEALERS IN ..  Tresb and Cured meats  Fislr and Poultry.  ���'���'������  ��  *  ��  ��  e  *  ��  ��  *  *  .;��*  0  *  *'  **#*l����*��(**tMtt**J��*��ft*������*Jff9.a��l!(fi*4����)jt/\vJW#  Just - received  a fine  carload of   Eastern   Oysters,  Clams, Crabs, Lobsters and all kinds of  Shell Fish  SMOKED    FISH  Finnen Haddie, Salmon, Halibut, Kippered Herring  wwrnii���nrwpwwif  yrw  MEAT   C��.  Copper Street  T- P. FLOOD,     Prop  w  iHtaMMMarna  A. A. FRECHETTE  ....  Manufacturer of and Dealer In  ...  Harness, Saddles, Collars, Whips and   all kinds of Leather goods.  MAIL ORDERS Receive PROMPT ATTENTION  Repairing of all kinds Neatly  and Promptly done.  Next door to Copper Street,  PALACE LIVERY. GREENWOOD, B.C    J  j^attMias *n ���*-J|g  -���ma m  &CUNBARY  CR&EK  TIMES  /r  ^S  '0  ~~%  V  W A  .m.i  ?:fe&/ iM '���:���.:*���:$&.'���������  Now is your time to lay in your  spring suits. Until Feb. 15th, we  are selling Suits, Overcoats and odd  Pants at Twenty-five per cent discounts.  It costs you nothing to look them over.  The  aw-Caulfleld, Co.Lt(L  find that the foundations in some cases  rest upon a crust that is pecariou.s'ly  supported by pillars of coal or pests of j  wood. The cracks in the wall of the  town hall are widening-, and the f.oot  path of Lichfield street in front of the  building has in some places suaK still  further. Instructions have been g-iven  to the surveyor ty make investigations  so that steps may be taken to ensure  the safety of the t-��wn hall.'���'  THE FROCK COAT SUIT  j l*< uuuvi*in: -tr  the  Hardware  Furnishings  Groceries  A New York Artist. Delineates  Correct Style for Men.  In the book, "Mariners and Modes  for Men," there appears a reproduction  of an oil painting- by a .'New York artist,  showing the front an.d back of the new  frock coat as produoe-d in Semi-ready  tailoring. Frock sur.ts, silk faced, are  sold for $25 and $30.  Frock coats are tjhe bete noir of  most tailors, for few of them can give  the easy flow and yet; retain the correct-  fit. It is easier to make a tight fitting  garment than an easy fitting one.  The Semi-ready Overcoats are worth  seeing, too, particularly the new  French Chesterfield, in the $25 and $30  patterns of "Semi-ready."  P. W. George & Co. will be pleased  to show you how what "Semi-ready'  tailoring profits the wearer.  P. A. BENSON  OI,A LOFSTAD  One of   the   best  appointed  working-men's   Hotel  in the city.  The finest of bars, stocked with  the best  WINES,  LIQUORS  and CIGARS  lighted  tircity.  throughout   with   elec-   \  Hot and cold baths.      ^  HAVE   YOUR   CHILDREN  ANY SORES RINGWORM  OR ULCERS?  ZAM-BUK    WILL     SURELY    CURE  RATES:  Board and room SI per day.  Strictly First-Class Service  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work  and  Inside Finish,  Etc,  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  $ PHONE 65.  oooooooooooooo ooooooooo ooo  ���Here are a few instances of Zam-  Buk's healing power:  Three children in one family in  Burk's Falls have been cured of serious  skin diseases by Zam-Buk.  Mrs. Minnie Elliff of St. John's West  (Welland county), says: "My baby  had a kind of rash on his head���quite  a lot of small red spots and pimples.  I applied Zam-Buk and was delighted  with the result."  Mrs. Goring of IVongford Mills, says:  "Zam-Buk is a wonderful healer of  ringworm. I tried everything that  could be thought of, but nothing was  able to cure until Zam-Buk came. It is  a fine remedy."  Mrs. William Scott, of Portland,  writes: "Zam-Buk seems to take the  pain out of sores, wounds and skin  injuries as soon as applied, and then it  heals.them.upin quick-time.���That-has,  beeu my experience and I hare used  Zam-Buk in the home for some time.  So one could go on quoting case after  case where mothers have written in  glowing terms of how Zam-Buk has  cured suffering children. Mothers who  read these lines ahould note this!  Zam-Buk is particularly adapted to  delicate and tender skins. It is free  from all mineral coloring matter and  from animal fat, being purely herbal.  It heals cuts, burns, bruises, ulcers,  chapped places, eczema, ringworm,  running soreis, bad leg, enlarged veins,  pileg, scaling sores, etc. As an embrocation it cures rheumatism, sciatica,  nearalgia, and rubbed well onto the  chest in lase* of cold eases the tightness and aching*.  All druggists and stores sell at 50c. a  box, or post free from the Zam-Buk Co ,  Toionto, for price. Six boxes sent for  $2.50. Zam-Buk is highly antiseptic,  and applied to a wound, cut or sore  immediately kills the-perms which give  rise to inflammation, bio id poisoning, j  etc.  Common Colds are the Cause of Many  Serious Diseases.  Physicians wh have gained a. national, reputation as analysts of the  cause of various diseases, claim that if  catching cold could be avoided a long  list of dangerous ailments would never  be heard of. Everyone knows that  pneumonia and consumption originate  from a cold, and chronic catarrh,  bronchitis, and all throat and lung  trouble are aggravated and rendered  more serious by each fresh attack. Do  not risk your life or takedhances when  you have a cold. Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy will cure it before these diseases develop, This remedy contains  no opium, morphine or other harmful  drug, and has thirty years of reputation back of it, gained by its cures  under every condition. For sale by all  druggists.  For many years the zinc industry of  the Rocky mountain region consisted  almost wholly of efforts on the part of  the miner to sort out or mill out, a:;d  throw away, enough zinc to bring his  lead or copper ores below the penalty  limit set by the smelters. Some nine  years ago this was changed through  the purchase by European zin smelter.se  of some Leadville, Colo,, ores for their  zinc contents. This was followed by  a shortage of ore supply in the Joplin  district of Missouri, coincident with  an enormous increase in demand fc r  spelter, forcing' the American zinc  smelters ta turn to the west for an  adequate ore supply.  The   gold   coins   of   Great  contain one-twelfth alloy.  Britain  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,           Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:      ���'Haiaett."  I Bedford M'NelU's  Codes ���< Moreing* & Neat's  | Leiber's  Greenwood, B.  C.  J. P. M��LEOD  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Offices in  RENDELL BLOCK  Over Bank of Montreal  P.O. Box 31  Piionb 81  GREENWOOD, B.C  J. R.  BROWN.  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  bl. 92. Notary Public  Offices, Wallace-Mil'er Block,  Greenwood, B. C.  F. M. LAMB,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Ofiice with F. W. McLaine.  Coppre Street. Gke en wood, B. C  BOUNDARY  VALLEY   LODGEn  ^'^W^~ No. 38,1.0. 0. F.  Meets e-rery   Tuesday  Eveninp at 8 00 in  the  t. O. O. T. Hall.    A  cordial lnvi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  E. U. MORTIMER, E. AXDERSON,  N. G. Rec.-Sec  For Rent���3-roomed house,  partly  furni��hed,S7.5Q.   H.J.Clint.    22-23  TOWN ON AN ANCIENT MINE.  W. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting Mining Engineer.  Properties examined and  reported   on.    Will  take charge of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD.  B.   G.  The daily papers are directing atten-1  tion to the position of the Staffordshire !  town of Bilston,  England.    One con- j  temporary saye:   "Further investigations show  that the  position not onty  of the town   hall,   but  almost of the  whole town,  is   more   serious  than at  first supposed.    The ancient coal field,  which was revealed by the excavations,  has been tunneled into to an  alarming  extent, aad owners of house property  A. HARRY MOCK  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  . Control and Umpire  Assays a Specialty.  ^f^Samples  received  by mail  or ex-  press assayed and returns  made next day.  Correspondence Solicited.  GREENWOOD,    ������   ���    B. C  Commences Monday, - Feb. 1|1  Co., Ltd.  "The Big Store"  item nan ���tn-wunu Hnmn iwunaiimiai iHmmm i **���������* n��  ?$ ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty J?  ty  ty  ty  ty  **>  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  4'  Nice convenient cottage in north end of town,  with large garden.  Seven-roomed house in south end of town.   Well  furnished and up-to-date.  ��� Two-roomed house with 25xl00-foot lot.    Close  .in. $500.  Houses, rooms, cabins and shacks in all parts of  the town to rent.  Mines, Stocks, Real Estate aud Insurance.  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  & Trust Co., Ltd. J  GEO. R. NADEN, MANAGER ty  ty Pi 0. Box 126. BROKERS Greenwood, B. C. 4��  %ty tyty tytyi^tytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyty tytyX  FRESH OYSTERS,      HOT TAMALES  1  In fact everything in season rs served at  CAFE  Open at all Hours.  Prompt Service.  moore & Mcelroy,  ��Mi&mmmmM��mmiwwmiMi!W)t!m}m  Proprietors.  ���Z'*Z��*Z*mZ'��Z"Z"��'',Z'^Z"Z'"l"Z"i"Z"Z"Z^  wjuiigUMn����imiaii��CT-ni wwiih..  Tt is time vou were placing- your order for your  FALL, and WINTER SUIT.  We have them in the best patterns and weights  ever brought into this district.'  OUR-PRIOES���ARE���SURE ^TO^PLEASET  s  Copper  Street.  The Tailor.  s  Y  f  t  y  v  t  V  V  f  T  J  T  i  '���������^������������x��>��:m^  <"*>:��><~x*<*<^;~x��**^  Solid Oak  :i'-A;!*i*i*/7   j  '���������$$$    j  ."**'��� ���.'���*'? v 5  AAf^-i  ...*('    ;i ii if  :AJ  ressers  ssmmmm  i  *  !  ��  I  ?  ?  I  ?  i  j,   For beauty, styles, dura- -i-  i!: - \t  ,;j   bility     and     usefulness %  *~ \ m %  combined   with   moder- $  ...i  -J  at   price our ���  Dressers, Stands, Sideboards, Dining I  Room Tables and Chairs  have no superior.  ���en* womra-^muii  We are leaders in Furniture.  T. M. GULLEY & CO.  Furniture Dealers ani Undertakers.   Greenwood and Midwaay.       ]  ^)&^4H^B5m8mx*mX��x-*:"X-*-><"X'-:*��>��:":- ���:��� -4*~:">*^w-^^>->:��><��>��>4^><��<8>*<>*^6��^^5  P'.|  fi  5"  ft 5.  %  m  1^  t  I  k  m  m  II  m  [m  if  I,  |  I-  %  n  a!  wi


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