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 jjgfljfljjgjjg  mfVmfmfimm  kb  r     -<*>  AUG 22 1905      ^  Vol. 9,  GREENWOOD, Br C.VFRIDAY . AUGUST 18  l%5.  No.  31  "���If  '.-��-������  'u*  TTie  Store  THE    &M&      &TOJE?E>  The  Big  Store  -��-  3ust Received  a Carge Shipment of  "THE HOME BEAUTIFIER"  Stains and Varnishes  By One Process.  It makes, old floors, doors  woodwork, oilcloth, linoleums and furniture look  like new.  S@L��B   AGENTS   FOR  Our Annual  SUMMER  SALE  Will Close  LAST  Chaiice For  CASH  BUYERS.  CUSTOMERS OF THIS STORE KNOW THAT WE HAVE   BEEN^GlVlNrBllTBARGAlNS DURLN(TOUR^���  SUMMER SALE  Now  this sale will close on the above date* but before  closing we have a few big snaps to  offer in the shoe  departments    Come and inspect the lines advertised i  Children's Shoes and  Slippers,  sizes  3 to  7, Regular  Price, 75c, Sale Price, 50c,  24  pairs Ladies' Fine   Shoes, made of Dongola Kid/  Worth $3,50, Sale Price, $2.50  Men's Fine Shoes, made of Dongola Kid and Box Calf,  Regular Price, $4,50, Sale Price, $2.50  Ladies' Shower Coats, Regular Price, $8, Sale Price, $5.00  IMPORTANT All Goods reduced in price will be sold for CASH ONLY  <c  STORE CLOSES DAILY AT SEVEN O'CLOCK  EXCEPT SATURDAYS AT 10 P.  M.  IT IS NOW MIDWAY  The Busiest Town in British  Columbia To-Day.  A REMARKABLE CHANGE  Railway Center  Was for Years  a  SlOW Going Village-  Midway is the Mecca of the railway  builders and others.   The sleepy, little  town   which   reminded one of   Goldsmith's " Deserted  Village,"   has  discarded its Rip Van Winkle aira and is  today a bustling-,  hustling,  growing,  booming-, western town.   The optimist  has already decided that  Midway   is  coming to her own, and that destiny is  at last going to gut a chance, Midway  ia going to be the big town of the interior of British Columbia.   The optimist invests his money and is impatient with his friends because they do  not follow him in his enthusiasm. The  pessimist on the othor hand sits tight.  He remembers the fate of other towns  tbat boomed during railway  construction -days   and   whose greatness   departed with the railway con tractor and  the railway   navvy.   He thinks  Midway will be overdone during construction days, and "when these are ended  that the majority of th�� business men  will be caught with big stocks and but  few to> buy. .-"  Midway will probably, find its level  midway between these two extreme  views. Those who, have interested  themselves in the transportation question realize that within the. near.fu-  future there must be a railway running north and south through the interior of British Columbia, croascutting  the two or probably three transcontinental Vrailways',which are or will be  built in Canada and connecting with  the transcontinental railway systems  of the United States. Such a railway  will find an outlet through the mountains at the international boundary  line, and Midway may be the selected  point. Then, too,. Midway is a raid-  way point in the Coast-Kootenay roads  which, are being built or projected. A  happy combination "of all favorable  factors would make Midway a place of  importance, but��� .  " Let us eat, drink and be merry; tomorrow we die." What's the use of  worrying about the future. Midway  today is a live railway center. The V.,  -W&El.and-the'Midway���and-Vernon  both start from Midway and construction work has commenced. There is  money to be made there today and sufficient for the day are the good times  thereof.  The chief industry of a railway town  is the sale of intoxicants.   The temperance advocate may rage but he has  to face the cold stern facts     Wherever  there is a railway camp there shall also  be found a grogshop, legalized by the  government, or if not, then a grogshop   popularly   known   as  a " blind  pig."    Midway will shortly have many  hotels,   some  good, some  bad, some  worse.   The sleeping accommodation  is needed.   Today the seven or eight  hotels   running cannot furnish   beds  enough, and men sleep on verandahs,  on barroom floors, and in the hall, but  there are seven or eight more in course  of erection, so that thU line of industry is liable  to   meet all reasonable  requirements, solid of liquid.   If not  the latter, then immediately across the  line is the town of Ferry.   It is in the  land of the free where law is useful in  regulating  the conduct of the effete  East and is not intended to restrict  those who are building up a live town  in the wild and woolly west.   Ferry is  growing, too���a few weeks ago il had  one stoor and several saloons; today it  has   more   saloons.   A  dance hall  is  also in course of erection, and when  Ferry is in full swing it will be a right  up to date American town.    Some people will likely call it ;a hell on earth,  but it all depends on the point of view.  We must get back to Midway.    Business men after all are not without the  ���aharacteristics of the gentle sheep���  one  ventures,   others follow.   Before  the   resurrection   the    Midway    mer  chants believed that they could more  than satisfy the business requirements  of the town; today they have competitors from Grand Forks, from Phoenix,  from Eholt and from Greenwood.  Business, after all, cannot be regulated  by the law of supply and demand.  That may work all right in the settled  East, but in the West, where there is  business enough ior one merchant,  there must surely be business enough  for two, and where two are prosperous  four are sure to make money.  Midway can boast of the best town-  site in the country.   The broad valley  where Kettle river and Boundary creek  join, with the low rolling hills behind,  makes an ideal townsite, but there is  too   much  townsite.    If   the   Midway  Townsite   company   were   wise   they  would subdivide a portion  of the valley into small fruit farms, which could  be sold at good prices. There is plenty  of water to irrigate and when railway  construction days arc  over a number  of prosperous fruit growers surrounding Midway might prove a strong support  in  the time of need.   Townsite  owners, however, do not take kindly to  advice, so Midway is  likely  to remain  for some time a large tract of good  land,   capable of sustaining  a large  population,   but  outside of the small  portions   dignified    by   the   name   of  building lots, which  will be used by  those who establish their homes there,  the valley will remain a common tor a  few horses and cows, each armed with  an unmusical bell, and each doing its  share in disturbing the dreams of the'  Midwayites.   Even  the  most enthusiastic believer in  Midway  cannot anticipate a population of more than, ten  thousand people   in  the next'twenty  years.   There is  townsite enough for  one hundred  thousand.   It is a simple  waste of good land.  ��� However, that is not our affair. Mid-"  way today is the town of British Columbia. May its shadow never grow  less and may the hopes of the optimist  be realized.  COAST BUSINESS MEN  Viewing the Promised Land���An M.  P. Who Helped in Railway Fight.  R. G. McPherson,  M.  P.   for Vancouver,  and K.  P.  McLennan, of the  well known hardware firm of McLennan & McFeeley, spent two days in the  district last week.    They came -in over  the Great Northern and returned home  Sunday morning by  the same routeO  As representative of the big wholesale  center of the province, Mr. McPherson  was anxious to  see something of the  country  most  affected by the V., V. &  E.  legislation,  which  he in common  with all the B. C. members strongly  supported.   To do this he had to op-  .pose^n^old^time^ prejudiceinVancou-  ver.   In   the   early   days   of   railway  struggles in the interior many people  in Vancouver could  not see  that  the  opening up of the interior would largely  benefit the coast cities.   There are still  a few who continue in this belief. Mr.  McPherson   returned   home   strongly  convinced that no  mistake was made  in supporting the V., V. & E.   legislation and the  time is   close   at   hand  when his own constituency will derive  the greatest benefit from the early construction  of   a    competitive   railway  through Southern British Columbia.  Mr. McLennan saw plenty of opportunities to do business in the Boundary aud he is determined that sO far as  his firm is concerned Vancouver will  get its share of the increaned trade.  Ole   Lund of   Spokane lectured on  Socialism   in   Eagles'   hall Thursday  evening.   Mr.   Lund   is an  ex-saloon  keeper, having been a  producer of the  world's wealth in that line of business  for a  number of years,   serving  the  public���and  booze���with  more or less  distinction  in   Spokane,   Nelson   and  Kaslo.    He is now "producing wealth"  as the  paid   lecturer of the Socialists.  Mr. Lund is  a fluent speaker and has  the Utopian  system   of handling the  world's   business   down   to a  nicety.  In   listening   to   the   gentleman,   the  question    frequently    intrudes   itself  "why one   physically   so  strong had  never seen   the   necessity  of himself  becoming   a   producer."    Perhaps   he  could   be   of   as much  benefit to humanity on the end of a* 7 foot saw as  he now is living off the earnings of <  hard-working men.  For guns and ammunition, all kinds,  see A. L, White, Phone 16. mmtJBJf  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /.   H.   HALLET  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Cable Address :      ha*li.ktt."  ��������..   1 Bedford M'Neill-s  .codes  -\ Moreiii(f &Neal's  ( Leiber's.  Greenwood,   a.   c.  J. P. MOLEOD  Barrister and Solicitor,  OVI'ICBS  IN P. 0. BOX 31.  RENDELL BLOCK Phonb 81  Over Bank of Montreal       GREENWOOD B.C  V\. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  .Ainlne and Engineering Surveys.  Residence:   Church St. 'Plume Bl5.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendall Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  0 ffice with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,    .-      ;      .-      ;    S.   O.  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  RICHARD H. PARKINSON,  A. M. Can. Toe C. E.  Surveyor and Civil Engineer.  Surveys on   Kettle   River   and   "West  Fork promptly attended; to  at  regular  prices.  Address :   FAIRVIEW P.   O., B. C  IV. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting Mining Engineer.  Properties examine*!  ancl reported   on.    Will  take charge of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD.  B.   C.  T. F. SUTHERLAND  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  Shippers'Agent. Entire charge taken  of consignments of ore. Checking,  weighing, sampling and assaying  of samples.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  S$SS^^   BOUNDARY  VALLEY   LODGE  -^SW**^ No. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening;.at 8 00 in the  ]. O. O. V. Hall.    A. cordial mvi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning- brethern.  J. McCkeath Fked B. Holmes.  N. G. Rec.-Sec  She  Boundary Creek Times  "Issued every fricfav  Duncan Ross.... .........Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pbr Yeak   Six Months...   To Forbign Countries .  2 00  1 25  2'5C  . *��^0^ ,  <UNION(ffiy)LAP,EL>  FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1105  DOESN'T LIKE OUR STYLE  The Grand Forks Gazette is  indignant because ihe Times, in  discussing- the public acts of the  Board of License Commissioners  for the Boundary district, suggested that acts of the board were  characteristically Tory acts and  peculiarly characteristic of the  present provincial government.  The Gazette states that corruption of a widespread and lamentable sort cau be easily pointed out  as having existed in the Liberal  party. The Gazette should make  public these widespread and lamentable corrupt acts. There  is no law forbidding the exposure  of acts of this kind, although  some interested persons appear to  think that a newspaper should be  punished for having the temerity  to expose corrupt acts of public  men acting in a public capacity.  The Gazette would be doing  the party it supports a  good ser  vice if it had the courage to denounce corrupt acts within that  party. The conduct of the Board  of License ' Commissioners in  Bouudary district must necessarily reflect on the government  which, created the commission.  Responsibility cannot be escaped  by the general statement that the  other fellow is equally bad.  "We appreciate very much the  spirit"iu which *the* Gazette tenders advice to the Times in all  matters relating to the criticism  of public affairs, but regret that  we cannot see our way clear to  accept this advice. A. kid-glove,  paper-backed style of journalism  may be eminently suited to the  editor of the Gazette. It doubtless has advantages when one is  bound hand and foot by political  affiliations that are ..personally  distasteful: The Times is not  built that way, however. We believe iu calling a spade a spade,  and while we regret that strong  criticisms sometimes hurts the  individual, such acts as those under discussion deserve the strongest possible condemnation,  INSTRUCTIONS     DISREGARDED.  In their anxiety to favor political pals, the members of the  Board of License Commissioners  for Boundary district disregarded  the instructions issued by; the attorney-general. A short time  ago Hon. Mr. Wilson issued iu-  structions to license commissioners that no licenses should be issued along the lines ���'���������of railway  under coustructioh.VV'He pointed  out that railway contractors were  opposed "to such road .houses and  in the interests of good order no  such houses should be ' licensed.  His instructions were* observed by  the board of license commissioners having jurisdiction -over the:  territory- \ through which the  Kamioops, Nicola and Similkameen railwayis being constructed,  Iu the Boundary, however, the  board showed indecent haste in  disregarding the .'attorney-general's ��� instructions and issued a  sort of a perambulating license to  be' used at the most effective point  on the line of the * V., V. & E.  The law was violated and the  instructions of the attorney-general disregarded.  GETTING ACQUAINTED.  The visit of R. G. McPherson,  M. P., and R. P. McLennan to  tfieTBouHcljft^^lif^  by those of other prominent men  from the coast cities. The growth  of the province has been stunted  by jealousy and narrow sectionalism. When the people realize  that the development of any section of the province must necessarily benefit every other section  andpull together in all matters,  a change for the better will soon  come. The coast should be the  the best friend of the "interior and  the interior the best friend of the  coast. This friendly feeling  could be largely brought about  the people of the coast visiting  the interior and learning something about the resources of the  country and the aspirations of its1  people, regarding both of which  the majorit}' of coast citizens now  enjoy.a marked ignorance.'  Tirii utter lack of busiuess capacity displayed by the McBride  government is exhibited in its  administration of the. valuable  timber areas of the province. A  business government would secure  all possible revenue out-of such a  valuable asset and would make  some effort lo preserve our timber  from forest fires. Year after year  thousands of dollars are lost in  the destruction of timber by fire,  and no change of policy is contemplated so long as the MclJride  government   remains   in   power.  Iu fact, the evils complaiued of  appear to become more aggravated year by year.  The board of license commissioners for the Boundary district  have jurisdiction in the provincial electoral districts of Greenwood and Grand Porks, but the  McBride government could find  no one iu Greeuwood riding that  it would appoint to that remarkable body. All are Grand Porks  men. Rather suggestive, isn't.it?  (?,  rr  The continuously successful  series of failures which have  marked the career of the attorney  general of this proviuce almost  convinces the general public that  that distinguished gentleman was  surreptitiously Oslerized about  the time he.assumed office"  There will be something-doing- every  riiyht as well as every day at the Spokane Interstate. Fair this fall,'October  9th . to 25th. The management have  decided to put on a night show at the  Fair grounds on every night of fair  week except Saturday and.Sunday, and  electric liyhts are. now being installed  all over the grounds. The exhibition  buildings will.a-.l_be open and lighted  and all of the attractions on the ''Midway" will be lighted and running at  full blast, and iu addition a ���vaudeville  show and-a band concert will be given  before the grand stand, the whole concluding- with a' .magnificent display of  fireworks. Admission to the grounds  iu'thc evening- will be onlg* 25 cents,  and 25 cents to the grandstand, Although an out of door night show is an  innovation for the Spokane Interstate  Fair, it has been- tried by most of the  bif*r fairs of the eastern and central  states and in every instance has been  very successful....  Nothing on   the   Market   Equal   to  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy.  The fact is well-known ������ to druggists  everywhere, and nine out of ten will  give their customers this preparation  when the best is asked for. Mr. Obe  Witmer, a.prominent druggist of Jop-  lin, Mo., in* a circular to his customers,  says: " There is nothing on the market in the way of patent medicine  which equals Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for  Dowel complaints. We sell and recommend this preparation." For sale by  all druggists.  Every man owes it to himself and  his family to master a trade or profession. Read the display advertisement  ot thesis Morse Schools of -Telegraph y,  in. this issue, and learn how easily a  young man or woman may learn telegraphy and-be assured a position.  A little forethought may save you  no end of trouble. Anyone who makes  it a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy at  hand knows this to be a fact For sale  by all druggisfs.  DR MATHISOH    DENTIST  Opposite Post .Office  GREENWOOD  -  -  B C  S.BARRY YUILL  U  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       AND  JEWELLER.  Ai! work "-un ran teed    GREENWOOD  "Wosa's SftcBSfcoaiiie,  The Great English Remedy.  A positive cure for all forms of  Sexual Weakness, Mental and  iiKFuBEA.su after Brain Worry, Emissions, Sper-  virtforrhom, InijHtfeitcy. Eifccts of Abuse or  Excess, all of which lead to Consumption,  Infirmity, Insanity and. an early STave. Price  ��1 per pkif., sis for ���?:*>. One will please, six will  cure. Sold l>y all druggists or mailed in plain  package on roeci pt of price. Write for Pamphlet.  TheWood Medicine Co., "Windsor, Ontario.  Capital, all paid up; $14,000,000.  Rest.  .9  $io,o#;ooo:  President.   Lord Strathcona. and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drummond.  General Manager :   E. S   Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. \ &%��b\���&L\ New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any oartjof the world.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager,  H  H  H  H  H  H  H  H  H  H  H  TimMmiMMmmmMmmMmmMMMmt  #4��tytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyty  ty  *  ty  4��  ty  ty  ty  A Comfortable5 RoomedHouseFor Sale  ty  y^tytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyty tyty tytytytymi  The McDonnell residence in North part  of the city.  LOT 100 FEET BY 105 FEET.  ty  ty  ty Five  rooms,   4  *��* Chicken house.  ty  closets, pump and well in liouse.  All fenced. For price and terms  apply to  D  THE CANADIAN BANK  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000  Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General .Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  $5 and under ' ,.    3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10 .'.    6 cents  "    $10   .    " " $30    10 cents  "    $30      ." " $50    15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in Canada of a. Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), ami at tlie principal banking points ill the United States. "  4 .kp.cotia::le at a p;xi;d rate at      ���> �� *���  THE CANADIAN BANS OP COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  They form r.n cxc:!!''nt !������ -hod of remitting small sums of money  v vi!'.: iviiJ--'.v mill at small cost.  Greenwood Branch  W. ALLISON, Manager.  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS  Sole Agents for PABST FAMOUS BEER.  Ild up Your System With Iron Brew  JAS. McCREATH, Prop.,   Greeenwood  ���x��:��h��:-��:^  THE BARN WHERE IS KEPT  THE BEST OF DRIVERS AND  RIGS AS WELL AS SADDLE  AND PACK HORSES ARE ALWAYS   AT  YOUR   DISPOSAL.  Livery  ay, Graiii^Feed Store  Can supply you wants in all kinds of  Chopped Feed, Hay or Grain   :���  :'.*  Phone 19. Feed Store Phone 124  I  "f  GEO. H. CROPLEY.  Proprietor. |  ,*��  :~x~x~:~KmK-^^ (0i
Gas pipe tools are used extensively
in prospecting for coal, clay and other
minerals where the rock formations
are comparatively soft.
Milk of lime has the reputation of
quickly and effectively extinguishing-
mine fires by filling when pumped the
crevices of the coal or minerals.
About 18,000 tons of 60-pound steel
rails were manufactured iu Japan for
use in building' the military lines in
Korea, besides many thousand tons of
lighter rails.
At the old pyrite mines in Virginia
cement copper is obtained from the
mine water by precipitation upon scrap
iron, and is dried, screened and barreled for market; A goon price is
Nickel-thermit will increase the resistivity of cast iron tanks against
chemical action. In Germany nickel
thermit is now used successfully in
the manufacture of alkali pots, the
amount of nickel thus introduced into
c".st iron being about one half of one
per ce nt. Nickel thermit is now being
utilized in the United States for the
same purpose.
Calcium carbide in the form of sticks
or blocks is now manufactured in the
electric furnace at Niagara Falls, N.
Y. The advantages of this form are
that the calcium carbide can be exposed to moist air and handled without
suffering appreciable decomposition;
it can be caused to' give off gas with
greatregularity when used; in a suitable generator, and when the generation of gas is to be stopped,this can
be done practically'instantaneously.
■ An interes9ing use of caustic soda at
Niagara Falls, N. Y., is for the production of sodium. An important compound made from sodium is sodium peroxide. By fusing sodium peroxide the
solid cakes may be used as generators
of oxygen, much as calcium carbide is
employed for the generation of acetylene.
The mining and preparation of
ochres, umbers and siennas are similar
to that of iron oxide pigments, with
the exception that at times the ground
product, in part or wholly, i.s first
heated in a furnace until the desired
color has been obtained. Instead of
settling the ground material, it is
sometimes passed through a pneumatic
separator which yields" an impalpably
fine and uniform product.
Cromium is becoming more important to the steel industry, especially in
the manusacture of shells and tempered products, tool steel and the like.
in generarwhenever properties of particular hardness are desired. It is introduced into the steel either in the
form of pure metallic chronium, as
made by Goldschmidt's alumino thermic process,, or in the form of ferroalloys, which are now made in considerable quantities, especially in the
electric furnace.
A Warning to Mothers,
Too much care cannot  be used with
small children during the hot  weather
of the summer months to guard against
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VOL 9, NO. 50, AUG. 18,1905
At the local smelter the slag railway
is being extended beyond the present
southern end. The dump, which for-
merely ended against a bluff, has been
built out beyond it. An iron trestle is
being put to and around the- cliff, and
track being laid on this.—Anaconda
Annually, to fill the new positions created }
by Railroad and Telegraph Companies. Wo '■
want YOUNG MEN and  LADIES of  -,'ootl
habits, to
We furnish 75 per cent   of the Operators
and Station Agents in  America.   Our six
schools are the laryest exclusive Telegraph ..
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Certificate of Improvements.
Lucky ShotFi-act'tou, Myrtle No. 2. and Northern 1-iell Mineral Claims, situate iu Greenwood Mininir Division of Yale District.
Where located: In Greenwood camp.
TAKK NOTICE that I Sydney M. Johnson,
actiiiff as a-jenl for Edg-ar J. Smith, Free
Miner's Certificnte No. B83S78, W. II. TJ.-uuburv,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B85S77, Jos. E.
Thonitisoii, Free Miner's Ceitificate No. IMI525,
and C. II. Keeves, Free Miner's Certilicate No.
11914(,r.,intend, sixty days from tiie date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder-: for a Certificate of Improvements foi tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ofithe above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before tlie
issuance of such Certificateof  Improvements.
Daled this 24th dav of Julv, A. IX. 1905.
Certificate of of Improvements.
"Contention Fractional'' Mineral  Claim, situ-
iateiu  the Greenwood Miuin**r  Division of
Yale  District.   Where located:   In Providence Camp.
TAKENOTICE <liat I, W. H, ChappellFree
Miner's Certificate No. 1192035, intend,
sixty days from Hie'date'hereof.' to apply to
to the Miuiujr Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining-a
Crown Grant of the. above claim.
■'And. further take notice that "-action, under
section 37, must be commenced before The issuance nf such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 27th dav of Julv. A   D. 11)05.
necessary to give the child a dose of
Vcastor oil to correct any disorder of
the bowels. Do not use any substitute, but give it the old-fashioned
castor oil, and see that it is fresh, as
rancid oil nauseates and has a tendency to gripe. If this does not check
the bowels give Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
then a dose of castor oil, and the disease may be checked in its incipiency
and all danger avoided. The castor
oil and this remedy should be procured
at once and kept ready for instant use
as soon as the first indication of any
trouble appears. This is the most successful treatment known and may be
relied upon with implicit confidence
even in cases of cholera infantum. For
sale by all druggists.
Mining will be given more careful
attention this year than evet before by
the Spokane Interstate Fair, which is
held from October 9 to IS. The newly
, issued premium list has a well pre-
prepared and well arranged list of
premiums, covering all the lines of
mining in this part of the country. It
is the intention of the management lo
make ihe mining department'better
than ever. This district as well as
every other, should make a good display, for there will be thousands of
visitors from the east at the Spokane
Fair this year.
CookVCotton R^fCompouni
The only safe effectual monthly
medicine on which women can
I depend. Sold in two degrees of
strength—No. 1, for ordinary-
cases,*! per box; No. 2, 10 degrees stronger for Special
Cases, $3 per box. Sold by all
druggists. A sic for Cook's Cotton Root Compound; take no
The Cook Medicine Co.,      Windsor, Ontario.
"Gladstone" Mineral Claim, situate in tlie
Greenwood Miniiu;* Division of Yale District, Where localed : In Greeuwood camp.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as
ag-ent for Georire R. Naden, Free Miner's
Certificate No. 1585563, Frederick E. Pemberton.
Free Miner's'Certificate No. KS5363, Howard
U. Keuuard, Free Miner's Certificate No.]i224S5
Clive Philiips-Woolley, Free Miner's Certilicate No. 1JS9599, and Edmund T.Wickwire,Pre»
Miner's Certificate No. 1380427, intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,
for the purpose of obtaining a Crown (Irani of
the above claim.
And further taUe nolice tliat  action,  under
section    37,    must  be commenced   before   tin-
issuance   of    such    Certificate    of    Improvements;
Dated this 25th d 11 v of Julv. A. IX, 1W5.
The Best
Boy's-. Boot
Ou The
Market, -
All    our   BOOTS,   from    the
■smallest Youth'.--,  to the largest
Men's sizes, contain nothing L--.it |
No. 1 leather and findings. k
The  cut  represents our Boy's |
High  Cut Bo>:  Calf Bal.    It is §
made with bellows tongue, silver Si
. eyelets  and   stud   hooks  over   a*|
foot form hist. !§
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I   -VANCOUVER,     B.   C.   |
Notice is hereby ifivcu th;it, 30 days
from daie, we intend to apply to the
Board of License Commissioners far a
transfer of the license now held by us
for. the premises known its tbe National hotel, situate on lots IS and 19,
block 7, Copper street, Greenwood, B.
C, to F. H. Parker.
Dated this 4th day of August, 1905.
J. W. Cascaukn.
In The County Court of Yale Holden
-at Greenwood.
IN TUB  MATTER   of Hit!  .lud-mienls, Act,
IN'IMIE mATTEK of a Judgment obtnincd
in an action iu this ilnitourrdilo Court.
Ectweeii Coskns Huotiiuks, Plaintiffs,
J AMi;s AVilokk, Defendant.
Tlie only all rail route between pointseast
west and south 10 Rossland, Kelson, Grand
Forks and Republic.
L/EAVE ..Arkivk
9:50 a, mi. Spokane 6:20 p. m.
10:55 a. iu'. Rossiund 4:55 p. 111.
9:20 a. m. 'Nelson 6:30 p. in.
11:20 a. m. Grand Forks 3:33 p. 111
9:50 a. m. Phoeniy. 5:20 p, ni.
8:00 a. 111. Republic 8:30 p. 111.
Buffet cars run between Spokane and Nelson.
Effective March 5th, 1905
|~|   In Connection With.
R A I-L-W A Y!
-ti*. Uiv Li
Through Palace and Tourist* Sleepers.
Dining   and; Buffet  Smoking Library
'■*■   cm'.
Fast Trains 1
Daily 2
For rates, folders and full information regarding trips'; call on or address ft" agent of tin; S. P. & N. Railway, or
II. A. Jacksom, II. Brandt,
G. 1'. & P. A., C. 1>, & T. A.,
Spokane 7.sl W Riverside Ave
Wash. Spokane, Wash
TAKE NOTICE that   by  au   order  of the
Honourable William  Ward Spinks, .ludire of
this Honourable Court, dated the 26th dav of
July. A. 1)., 1905,
IT WAS ORDERED tliat unless cause to
the contrary be shewn by the Defendant, on
tiie. full day of ■September, A. D. 19C5, ill the
hour of 10:30 iu tlie forenoon, to the presiiliiifr
Jticlire in Chambers, at the Court House, in the
City of Greenwood, tlie interest of the 'Defendant or a competent part thereof, in the following lauds, namely: The South West Quarter of
Section 18 iu Township fi7, in thi Osoyoos Division of Yale District,. British Columbia, be
sold by the District Registrar at Greeuwood,
County of Yale, according to the usual practice,
lo realize the sum of S109.61, being- the amount
of debt and costs upon a Ju<l*rnieiit obtained by
thePl.tiiitilTs (Judg'iiicut CruUtors). against the
Defendant iJtidgmciil Debtor) dated the 17th
day of September, A. D 1904, together 'with interest 011 the said sum from the >aid date at the
rale of five per centum per annum.
notice nf tho intention of tlie said Defendant to
shew cause against the said sale must' hejriveii
by the said Defendant to tlie Plaintiff's solicitor or his aireut tweuly-foiu hours previous to
10:30 o'clock in the forenoon of the said rtli day
of September. A. 1). 1903, and in default ot the
service of said notice IT WAS ORDiiltKO that
the sale do take pi.ice as above directe.l without further order.
A ND KURTII KK that a reference be made lo
the District Registrar .of. tliis Honourable
Court at Greenwood. )5 C. to ascertain what
.indumenta Xorni a lien or charge ajraiust the.
said lands and to determine how tlie proceed;;
of such sale should'.be distributed, and to report all such liudiiiifs in Uie Court.
AND KURTDKR ihal tlie costs of and incidental lo tile appUciilion und order be taxed
and added to the Judgment debt.
Hilled this l--t diu-of August, A. ]). 1%,
ISKAI..1 WM. Cr. .McMYNN. .
Certificate of Improvement.
G15M KRACTIONAD Mineral Claim, situate
iu the Greenwood Mininir Division of Yale
District Where located -- Ou Wallace
TAKE a'OTICIC that I I*\>rt>es M. Kerby.
Free Miner's Certilicate Xo. IlTlfdS. for myself
and as afjenl for u. 11. Deveber. Free Miner's
Certificnte No. 1386321. .T. II. Humphry. Free
Miner's Certilicate N'o. Ii,-i|-;32l. and Vrauk Parker. Free Miner's Certificate No. 1JS"*()I6, intend
sixty days from the dale, hereof, lo apply to
ihe jMin.iiur Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of oblainiiur a
Crown Grant to theabove claim.
And further take notice Hint action under
section 37, must be. commenced before the issuance of i'.ucli certilicate of improvements.
Dated this loth day nt May, 1905
1st is. J uu 7        l-'ORIMiS M. TCliRBY, Aireut.
To Charles N. Collins, bis..heirs' and.administrators, or to any person or persons' he niay:
have transferred his interest in  the Hard
Cash  mineral'claim,   situate  ou   AVallaco
Mountain. West Fork Kettle River, in the
Greenwood  Minintr Division of  Yale District. ." , c
You are herebv notified that.we have expended the sum of $500 for worlc 011 the above-mentioned   claim and $12.50 for recordin*/ the same
for assessment work for.live'years, such be'.iifr
required and uecessarv to hold said claim for
the years eudhi<r the -nd July, 1900,  19UI. 1902,
1903* and   190*1.   under  the   oro visions  of  the
expiration of ninety days from the date ol fi'fs't"
publication   of   this notice  in   the   Boundary
Creek Times, you  fail or refuse to contribute
your portion of such expenditure touethcr with
all costs of advertisiiijr, yoiu int^rest'iu thesaid
niiucr.'tl   claim   shah iiefoiiie   invested   iu us,
your-co-owners, upon liiintrin the. proper r.'Vice
in that behalf the  ai'inlavi't r equired bv section
A of  tbe   " Mineral Act  Amendiiiir Act, 1900."
Dated 9th Jitne. 190.'.
t- kuih'ju* w teirun'M
At the crosshiir of Rock \
Creek on the main  roacl
to Osovoos and the
Travellers will find
every accommodation.
NOT!-:E to creditors,
i:t Tlit: '•■ state of Wiiliam Henry George Gibb:?
Ia:e 0! The Cily o» Grccnwo:-.;!. in the Pr**)-
viiicc'of ririti:,!t'Co!:imbi-i, D*.*ceast;il.
MOT1CI-'. is he-eby yiveu pitrsuaut to t!;.*
"Trustees and Kxeontor.-;'Act", tliat ai
creditors and others having claims airains:
the 'estate of tin; esl:ile of the said William
Henry (iutSri/e Cibbs, who died at the City of
C.ree.]\yood on tiie Olii day of May, A. I). 1*10".
ure ref|iiired on or before the first day of September, A. 1>. 1905. 10 semi by 1 > >st prepaid nr
deiiver to the iii'dersifrned.* SoliciUir for the.
L'.xeculors ol the will of the s;iid deccasei. at
Cri'i'iuviiM'l, I!. C, their Christi'in uames ami
siiriiaines. addresses and descriptions,and ful'
particulars of their claims, the statement <*f
their account.- and tilt- nature of the securities,
if any, held by them.
Ami I'ur'.iiT lake notice, thai after Mich l.'i-1
meuiioiuM d:sl4' il:.- [''.x-'entorr; ^vill proeeed In
distribiite 'iu- :;>-;■ 1-, 01 tlie suic( d-*-ceasi.-iI atnoirr
tli:*.,i>:irlieseiiiii!ed th;-.|*i't<>. ha-- iu^ reu:ii*d only
lo the cl;iiuisi.f v.*!>ir!i they shall then !:::■.:■
had ii"ti".-i'. a 0 ilia! -!*.i-y will nn< be liai:e fi-"
lb:- said ;>---iM-*. "':* .*'. i:_." ivirl therei.f I-1 any \.i-V-
s-.u ; r v'::-""S of v, !|...:-*i* cl.iiuis uo'.ice sli.t *l .:"-.
h.ivi. ',"';-ii vi ..-• ■ 1 \ 1.; :.y ..i-.ett: at ihe time .if -u.'.t
Daled ;*.:. I',ri."iv.-m:!,li C.this 2\^[ d.\y of
autihji-: m. wiirncsiP:-:,*
Solicitor im- !.'iei:ie:i! fisl-.er Cosd-.*,-.•:!
am; i.e. IJ.*d-Vi-ber. KxectiPirs of the
Wili of said deceased. *
B5 eaa
p &% W&^ U . 'ffl M
30 -DAY LIMIT--30
To P. V. KetchuiU or to any  person  or persons to wlmiii he. may  have  transfered  his
interest in the Loudon mineial  claim  situate on Deadwood camp,  in   the   (Irteuwood
Mining Division of Yale District.
Vou are hereby notitied tliat  I   have expended the sum of srl'oo foi* work   oil  the above mentioned claims and *fi.50  for recording-the "ante
for assessment   work for. one year, such bciiu*-
required and   necesrarv 10 hold said claims for
the  year etiditi*; tiie Stii March. 19ol  and «'«>."»,
under the  provisions of   the   Mineral Acl aud
Amendinir   Acts   and   if  at   Ihe expiration of
ninety days from   Hie date of first publication
of this  notice iu  the  ltoiiudary  Cieek Times,
vou fail or refuse to contribute  your porlinii of
si»:!i ex pi; nd i tu re  toirelker with all co:.ts of :ul-
verlisinsr. your interest in  suid mineral   claim
sliall   become S»:vested  in ni'.*, your  co-owner,
upon fil'iiur in the proper  oiVtco  iu   that behalf
the aflidavit required by section -1 of the "Min
eial Act Amendinir Act. 1900"
Dated 1st June. VA6.
Certificate of hnprovements.
For full patth-r.la-s, Hi-t class or
tourist sleeper reservations, apply to
local agents or write
E-,   K.    REDPATH,   AGENT.
G. P.A.Vancouver IJ.P.A.Xelson.
Horse for Sale.
placed in my charge November 8th,
1903, by Smith Bros., ;t roan horse, not
branded Same will be sold if charges
are not paid within thirty days after
the first publication of this notice.   "*   '
Boundary Bvalls, B. C, July 21, 1905.
46,49. A. CASTLEMAN.
Certificate of Improvements.
"Keystone. Fractional''  Mineral Claim, situate-
in  the  Oreeiiwood Mininir Division of Yale
District.   "Where located: In Cooper camp.
•-PAKB   NO'l'ICIi   that    1,    C.    JE.   Shaw.
J.     actinjr   as   aireut   for   "William   Hanna,
free    Miner's    Certilicate     Ko.    15 91577,   intend,    sixty    days    fiom   the    date    hereof,
to apply to the Mininir  Recorder for a certificate of "Improvements, for the purpose of ob-
taiuiuir a crown cram of the above claim.
Aud further take  notice that action, under
section 37, must he eo i.'uienced before the issuance ot such Certilicate of Improvements.
Dated this 14th dav of June. A. D., 1905.
Certificate of Improvements.
"Millie James"   mineral Ciaim, situate in fhe
(ireeuwood  Minintr' Division of  Yale Dis-
listrict.   Where iocuUd:' In South Wellington camp. *
<-pA.'K"E NOTICE Unit-Vt,  Charles  H. Tye,
I      Free. Miners Certificate No.  HS5703, in-
teud.sixty days from the dare heietif,to applj- to
the  Mini«<r.Recorder for   a  ceitilicate of Im-
proveuieius, for the purpose of obtain't -.fr crown
pranl of the abwve claim. . .
And   further lake notice that action, under
section 37, must be "'commenced  before the issuance of such certilicaiesof impro\enieuts.
Dated this 19th dav of May."A. D.. 1905.
KO'ITCTC is herebv criven that The Vancouver. Victoria aud Eastern Kail way and
Navigation Company, will appiv to the Parliament of Canada, at the present session thereof,
-ffir=siti—A'-et-deelar-irisr^tliat-tliB said company is-
and been since its railway was by OlVict.ria,
chapter S9, declared to be a work tor the general
advantage of Canada, a company under the
legislative jurisdiction of the Parliament of
Canada auJ aiitliorizinir' the compauv to construct and operate in extension of the under-
tal<i"n<r already authorized a sailway from Olivers ou tlie "line ol the Victoria Terminal
Railwav and Kerry Company to tlie soulli bank
of lite Fraser Kiver near Lnerpool and to a
connection* with the llridire o\er the Fiaser
Kiver near Liverpool with power to connect
with railways operatinK in'.lie Slate of Washing ton and -willi the Vancou\er. Westminster
and YnUiin Railway Compauv, The Victoria
Terminal ard Fr.-viy Compauv and The New
Westminster Southern. Raih\.i\ Company or
auy of them, and txteiidiiiir the time limited bv
the Acts respecting the .couip.'.ny for thecom-
mencement and coiupletiou of its undertaking-,
and for other purpo-es.
Dated af Ottawa ihisj'.sl day of March, 1905.
Solicitors for the applicants.
IiS THE MATTER of tilt Railway Act; and
IN TIIE MATTE!! or tli-j Vancouver, Victoria
and Eastern Kailway: .
NOTICE i*; iiere'i>\ -.riven than the plan, pro-
llle and book of lefereiice of an amended location .if 1I10 line of the Vancouver, Victoria and
Eastern K'aiiwav and Navigation Coinoauy.
from I.ol-f.s'J. T.iu-usliip 0-1 to Lot 641, Township (>7. Vale Di: trici. i'li'itisli Colunibia, was
on tl-e ir:tli dav o: June. 1905, July deposited in
tiie oilic "f llu: District Rejrislrar of Titles in
Dated this ?r<i day o.f July. A.D.. 1105.
Solicitor fur The   Vancouver.
Victui ii    and    Eastern    Kail-
wav aud Navi-ralion Company.
Certificate of Improvements.
"Kiusrst'in." "ItfiKtou.'' ■•lioustoii." and "Kiiiir-
sttui t" r:ii:;iiiii;i \" Miei'i'a: Claims, situate in
the   (; reenwood   Mininir   Division   of Yule
Disl-icl.    Where  locat.-i!:  In Tripple E;U<e
■"pAKK No l't<.-!•'. thai I. is'ol,-rt Wood.a-ri'.iil
I       !■•;* Tli- Vnoc-nver  a.u.I  Uoundary Cut I.-
!  n..vt-lo].i;;Lr   aed     Mii'i.'v:   ''i-'ll :-.'i:iy,     jifhl^l,
\ i'-j-i-:: Viiii-r's Cei liii..*.-:'- No i;S:'.!'.;-'. 'niieinl.'.i \-ty
j nay s   irien   ihe. date  hvi*--oi.  1.0   apply to  the
I '*."';ii:t;> Kecorder   (or a '.::!:.'-lieate of   liuprove-
| iiU'it'.s, for  the   0:1; ;',>■(•   o|   -.'..laiiiiuir a Crown j for Uie ptin>o>- ■
! !'. rani .,1 the above claim. ! 1I11-above claims.
\     Ami   fiirt'u-.-.r   tain-  n-.-tice that  "ctioit. uivilet j    And   furtluH*  tai-:e  notice  that action, under
i section  a",  liuisi lie 1-ou,--ie"ced   before the is-    seeiWm   37.   :nus;   be   eomme.'ced    before the
i sua nee of -itch Ceriilical. *.ii : mprovemoms.        | is<ua-o;e of sveh t'e.-tiUciti.-s of  Improvements.
Dated this 2?.'id day of Mav.  A D. 1904. |     Dated this 2"th dav-j! June. A. D. 1905.
ROBERT WOOD.    l '     -      I. II. HALLETT.
" Denero   Cliia-'"   Min era!  Claim,   situate   in
the  'ju'ciHv* I  Mitiiuir  '.'ivisiou   of  Yale
'""isiricl.    '.Vli-re   located:   In   Long   Lake
Lump. -
TAKE. N'lTICi' n.r.i. I. Isaac il. Hallett, as
aa-'in fi-ou: io. Edi'-ard H Mortimer, Free
Miner's ' •■riilkuic No. !'..."ii,.:. intend, sixty
davs fro-i tin- -' ii-i h-rr-a!. to apply to the Min-
in;r Kec-'rilcr f o* -'";':!iic i-a-s of Imiirove.mentP,
'aii'.inir  '.'rinvn  Grants of I !'*  $1  -���*V>( -  9*'(��  ill li  "1  *Vi!  3-Mii  C. P. R. OFFICIALS.  3  3'-  Robt. Ker, \V. R. Mclnnes, F. W.  Peters, H. E. Macdonnell, J. S. Lawrence, E J. Coyle, J. S. Carter, and  Mr, Robsoti, of the advertising- department, made up a party of C. P. R.  officials who visited the Boun-dary this  week. They came in a private car and  'went down as far as Midway on the  regular train Thursday afternoon.  Sott'.e returned to Greenwood by train  but others undertook to walk back.  Fortunately P. Burns & Co's big  slaughter-house wagon came to the  rescue of the walkers after three-  eights of a mile had been covered, and  the team hauling the wagon being  speedy 'th*��re were no absentees from  dinner in Greenwood that evening.  Mr. Ker, who is the dean of the party,  spoke enthusiastically of the growth  and development of the West- He also  stated that the passunger traffic westward was the heaviest in the history  of the road. On Friday the visitors  drove to Phoenix and Grand Forks,  catch "ng the afternoon train for Trail.  PANAMA CANAL.  It'*-  The work of the Alliance is neither  sectarian nor fanatical, It is endeavoring to preserve the weekly rest  day for all the millions of toilers in  Canada, and is opposed lo forcing 1103'  narrow Sabbatarianism on the country.  All churches aud labor unions are  heartily with il, and its work "is commended by leaders of both political  parties and the multitude who look  into its work. The public cordially invited to this mcetins:.  The purest and best hi the market is  our confectionery. It has no equal.  Smith & McRae.  Two Men Well Known in thcBound-  ary Will Build It.  Old-time   Boundary   men   will   build  the Panama canah    John  F. Stevens,  who,was  recently  appointed  chief engineer by   Prosident   Roosevelt   at   a  salary of $60,000 a y tar, spent 1898 and  ; "99, climbing  the mountains between  .Robson    and    Greenwood.      He    was  , chief engineer of the  Great Northern  railway,\>Jt when the C. P. R. awarded a'$4,000,000 contract  to construct a  railway from  Robson   to  Midway,   to  Mann,   Foley   Bros.,   Larson   &   Co.,  Steveus gave up his position  with  the  > Great Northern to become engineer for  the   contractors.      Stevens   likes   the  mountains   and   difficult   engineering  feats.    His first great success was the  V construction   of   the   Great   Northern  railway across the Cascade mountains.  After the construction  of  the C. fc.W.  he went back to. the humdrum of office  life and was with the Rock Island  line  previous to his  appointment  to one of  the  most .important  positions in   the  gift of the president.  v**. John  G.   Sullivan   was  W. F. Tye's  assistant during  the the  construction  of the  Columbia and  Western.     Tye  made a reputation in  successfully  carrying to completion this difficult  piece  of work arid when he  was promoted to  the position of chief engineer, of the C.  P.   R.  system,  he did  not forget the  man   who   roughed it   with   him   And  ably assisted him  in  the  construction  of the C. & W.    He appointed John G.  Sulliuan his assistant with  headquarters at Winnipeg.    But John   F. Stevens remembered John G. Sullivan and  when he wanted a man   he  could trust  in the difficult work of cutting through  :    the Isthmus  of  Panama, he engaged  John G- Sullivan at a salary of $20,000.  The two Johns proved their metal in  the  mountains of  the  Bouudary  and  they will  build  the  Panama canal if  the   yellow jack- and   the politicians  will let them.  FLOYD & COX. Proprietors  PURE  MILK   AUD' CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  ���-    '       of th***1 city.  A little forethought may save you  im und of trouble. Anyone who makes  it a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at  hand knows this to be a fact. For sale  by all drttggisfs.  Try Galloway Bros, for fresh fruits.  Thev arc fiue.  T*  MIN13KAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements,  .     NOTICE. , .  ���'Uliic Ci.at" and "Delmonte" mineral claims,  situate in the Greenwood Mining- Division  of Yale District. Where located: In Dead-  wood cimp.  AKK-NOTICE tliat I. Isaac H. Hal  A lett, acting as ajfent for Frederic Keffer,  Free Miner's Certilicale No. U 85679,* intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  "Mini n ir Recorder for Certi filiates of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Orams of the above claim.a  And  further taUe notice that actions, under  section 37,  must be commenced before (lie issuance of such Certil'icules of Improvements.  Dated this 2'Mh day of April. A. D., 1905.  .50- I. il. HALWCTT.  NOTICE.  In the matter of the ������ Land Registry Act," and  in the Matter of the Title to the South Half  of t,ot 16, Block " D," Map 28. Greenwood  City.'  WHEREAS Certilicate of Title cf Francesco Font, beiujj Certilicate Number  3043a, to the above hereditament***, has been  lost or destroyed ** aiul * application has been  made to mc for a duplicate thereof.  NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that a duplicate Certilicale of Title to the above liere-  ditaiuents will be issued at the expiration of  one month from the date hereof, unless iu the  meantime valid objection to the contrary be  made lo me in v.'ritii'ijjf.  Laml lleijiRtrv Ollice, Kamioops, B. C, August  .13.1905. ������������:  W.H.EDMONDS.  District Registrar.  On Tuesday last Mrs. Charles Wal-  croft of Deadwood died at the Sacred  Heart hospital. The remains were  taken to Nelson for interment.  ANDERSON-JOHNSON.  Edgar Anderson of the Russell-  Law-Caulfield company and MissLaura  R. Johnson were married in Spokane  this morning- at the home of the  bride, 112 Prospect avenue, Rev.  Mr. Johnson of the Lutheran church  officiating-. Both are well known and  popular in Greeuwood. The bride was  stenographer for the B. C. Copper  company, while the groom has been  with the Russsll-Law company for a  number of ycats . The happy couple,  after spending a brief honeymoon on  the other side, will take up their residence in Greenwood. The Times joins  their many friends in. extending- con  gratulations  Colic and  Diarrhoea--A Remedy that  is Prompt and Pleasant.  The prompt results produced by  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy together with its  pleasant taste have won for it a place  in many households. Mr. W. T. Tay-  loi, a merchant of Winslow, Ala.,  writes: " I have used Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  myself and also with men ou my place,  for diarrhoea and colic and it alw.iys  gives relief promptly and pleasantly."  For sale by all druggists.  LORD'S DAY ALLIANCE.  Rev. T. Albert Moore, secretary of  the Lord's Day Alliance, will address  a public meeting in the Methodist  church  Friday  evening, August 25th.  Poultry raising- with a Chatham  Incubator is a very profitable and  easily managed occupation. Unless  you want to go into it extensively it  need take but very .-little of your time.  Government reports show that the  demand for chickens in Canada is  greatry in excess of the supply and  Great Britain is always clamoring  for more. That means a steady  market and good prices for chickens.  You cannot raise chickens success-  full}' with a setting hen. She is wasting time setting when she should be  laying. While she is hatching and  brooding a few chickens she could be  laying live or six dozen egg-s. The  percentage of chickens she hatches is  much less than that produced by the  Chatham Incubator.  It will pay you to own a Chatham  Incubator.  Chatham Incubators contain every  improvement of importance in'Incubator construction that has been produced. .They are made of thoroughly  seasoned wood, with two walls, case  within case. Between these walls  mineral wool is packed forming the  very best insulation. Each piece of  the case is mortised and grooved and  screwed, making the whole as solid  a^a rock." CHatfiarfnifcTi 15ators'arer  equipped with - scientifically perfect  regulators which are an infallible  means of regulating the temperature.  i cash to pay until  J ft  We will start you raising poultry  for profit with a Chatham Incubator  without one cent of money from you  until next Fall. That means that you  can take olT seven or eight hatches  and make considerable money out of  the Incubator before the first payment  becomes due.  We couldn't make this offer if we  were not certain that if you accept it  you will get complete satisfaction, if  we were not positive that the Chatham  Incubator will pay you a handsome  yearly income.  .This is a straightforward offer. We  make it to show our supreme confidence in the Chatham Incubator. We  want you lo accept this offer as we  are sure of the satisfaction our Incubator will give. Ever}' machine we  have put out so far has made other  sales in the same neighborhood.  Our offer is to send you a Chatham  Incubator at once, freight prepaid by  us without ono cent of cash from you.  You makn your first payment In  October, 1906. The balance to bo paid  in October, 1906, or if a Cash Buyer  you get it cheaper. Could any offer  be fairer or more generous?  Smith Falls. Orn*.. Niivriiii.nr ltitb. lsnt.'  Tha Ineiilmtnr ami Ur.wlu- 11ml-1 li.m-dit from your  aeent. on tlnu\ 1 v.-isb u>>w to i>;iv tin' vlmlo amount  th!< fall. If you will k!vr uii! it <lis':omit. 1 am very  much pte:in.?'l with l'.-'h IncukiKir unit T'rnoder. and  wouM not hR'-wirii'i-t*. Iti'-rn. >.>-i-,-iiisi'. I cie.uetl Ibis  ���eiison, morn than tli-i liiciiimtor ��>! Urnwier cost me.  Y'.ur.i i><i><'i'tr!illv,  MltS. \V. IIVSLOP.  Write us to-day for full particulars  of our offer and mention this paper.  Don't put it aside for another time as  this special proposition may be withdrawn at any time.  THE MANSON CAMPBELL CO., Limited  Dept.217chatham, Ont.  MANUPACTUKKIM OF  Chutham Funnlm; Mills aud rimttium Farm Ecalei.  DISTRIHUTINO WAIIKHOUSES AT  *Montrrn.l, Qui;., l'-i-anilon. Man.. Ciiyarr, Alta.,  Hew -Westmiiist/T. JUJ., Halifax. X8.  FACTORIES AT  Chatham, Out., ami Detroit, Mich. IS  ftft  *  ft  *  ft  ft  if  ft  Vi  fr**��0����*<t��H:��*i��**��l#<��4il��t*��t��4S#*��***#*4!t ftftftftft  Commencing Sep. 20  Larger-and better than ever. T^verytliiug new  and up to date. All kinds of open air attractions  Each day'something interesting.. You will meet  old friends there. Single fare on all lines of  'travel.    Write for Prize List.  J. E. ANNABLE, Sec.  OOOO CK>0O0<K>OO<K>0<K><>CK>CKK>0-C> OOOKKKXKKKKKKKKVOOOOOOOOOOO  Synopsis of Regulations Governing ths Disposal of Dominion Lauds within the  Railway Belt in the Province of  British Columbia.  A .LICENSE tov cut timber can be  acquired only at public competition.  A reiitalof i?5 per square mile is charged  for all timber, berths excepting those  situated West of- Yale for which the  rental is at the rate of 5 cents per acre  per annum.  In addition to the, rental, dues at the  following,rates are charged:���  Sawn lumber^ SO cents per thousand  feet B. M.    ,  Railway, tie's, eight atid nine feet  long, ll/2 and 1% cents each.   ..  Shingle bolts, 25cents a cord.  All other products, 5 per cent on sales  A license is issued as soon as a berth  is granted but iu unsurveyed territory  iiu timber can be cut on a berth until  the licensee has made a survey thereof.  Permits to cut timber tire also granted at-public competition, except in the  case of actual settlers, who require the  timber for their own.use.   .*  Settlers and other's may, aisoobtain  permits to cut up to 100 cords of wood  for sale without competition.   .  The dues payable under a permit are  ��1 50 per thousand feet B. M , for  square timber and sawlogs of any  wood except oak; from % toTj*2 cents  per lineal foot for building logs; from  \iy2 to 25 cents per cord for wood; 1  cent for fence posts; 3' cents for railway ties; and 50 cents per cord on  shingle bolts.  Leases for grazing purposes sre issued for a term of twenty-one years  at a rental of two cents per acre per-  an num.  Coal lands may be purchased at S10  per acre for soft coal and $20 fcr anthracite. Not more than 320 acres  may be acquired by one individual or  company.  Royalty at the rate of 10 cents per  ton of 2,000 pounds is collected on the  gross output. ' ���   "  "���"ETfTrYa"tPf tir i an d=f o"r "ag ri e tt 11 ti r al-pu r-  litises map be made personally at the  local land ofiice for the district in  which the land to be taken i& situated,  or if the homesteader desires, he may,  on application to the Minister of the  InteriorQat Ottawa, the Commissioner  of Immigration at Winnipeg, or the  local agent for the District, within  which the land is situated, receive an  thorily for some one to make entry for  him.  A fee of $10 is charged for a homestead entry.  A settler who has received an entry  for a homestead is reduired to perform  the conditions connected therewith  under one of ihe following plans:  (1) At least six months'residence on  and cultivation of the laud in each  year during the term of three years.  It i.s the practice of the Department  to require u settler to bring 15 acres  under cultivation, but if he prefers he  may substitute stock; and 20 head of  cattle, to be actually his own property,  with buildings for their accommodation will be accepted instead of .the cultivation.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the  fattier i.s deceased) or any person wlio  is eligible to make a hnmesleod entry  under the provisions Of the Act, resides upon a farm in the vicinity of  the land entered for by such person as  a honirstead. the requirements of the  Act as to residence prior to obtaining  patent may he satisfied by such person  residing" with the father or mother.      '���*  (3) If the settler has his peitiianent  residence upon farmin**.*; hind owned by  him in the vicinity of his homestead,  the requirement---; of the act as to residence may be satisfied by ��� residence  upon the said land.  Application for a patent should be  mad'e ai th'- end < f throe years before  the local ayent, sub-a-^ent or a h.-mc-  stwnii inspector.  Before makin;;- an application ��� for a  patent, the seltier must s^ive six  months' notice in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his intention to do.so.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy of the Minister of the  �� Iuterior.  ��5- September 27 to October  Under the auspices of. the   Royal  Agricultural and Industrial Society.  1  Stupendous and comprehensive  array   of  Exhibits  representing the resources of all Canada.  $100,000 IN PRIZES and ATTRACTIONS $100,000  Enlarged grounds, new, handsome and spacious buildings'.  WORLD'S   CHAMPIONSHIP   EVENTS   in   Rowing   and  Lacrosse,  Horse Racing  Broncho Busting, Military  Parades and Exercises.  ROYAL IRISH GUARDS and other Famous Hands.  GRAND WATER CARNIVAL���Parade  of   Fraser river fishing fleet,  patrol boats, II. M. warships,'Indian War Canoes, etc, Indian sports  For all information write  W, H. KEARY, Secretary and Manager,  New Westminster, B. C.  OOOO 00<XK>0<>000<>0<><>00<>0000^  ###��**#r.Ht*m��$t*��##��*����-*$ow����^  The best  ducer  KNOWN  ��  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  *  ��  o  ft  ft  ���a  ��  ��. . '.*-'-���������   -������tit  S ' ' ��� .-.,- ���'��������� .-        ' * ":;**  ft ',.-'.������ ft  ��      ' " *  �� - ft  ���***����#*ftftft*ft��#��:HS#����ft��ft**##ftftftftft����ft*  GREEN BONES, CUT FRESH  -THtBE-Tmccl'  'EO-��'EEit  TV  rtj*j.*Hfcjy��1>-fcH��HM*W<���W IMjMW  ��Wiai ff-HfMBIH  -Aws2ta��i*;i?*  am  ������tfw,  C-td*1^  s2fc?  ?K5  m  sits?  KM*  site  i-ES  \>'-\^  MM  <^  On the direct travel between....-  MIDWAY, ROCK CREEK, OSOYOOS, FAIR-  VIEW, KEREMEOS and HEDLEY. B. C  Rig-s and Saddle Horses can'be supplied at short  notice.  Travellers will   find   this   the  best  aud  shortest  route  froni  Greenwood  to the Similkameen  and  Okanagan Valle)T,  0I*B NEWSPAPERS  25 cents per hundred at this office  SKS^rX^Tsr-^-^w*-;;;  Z&& .1/  i. ^6  BOUNDARY GREEK   TIMES.  eeriif  Has been a favorite  from it birth, as is  evidenced by is popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading  Hotels either draught or  bottled.  Insist or having-  "ELKHORN"  MADE BY THE  ft''\��<rA^/V^^VOr,V��V*^r'^^*^V'/*V/w>* "4  ../' -^ *=��  PERSIAN ART  of weaving has held supremacy  the world over for hundreds of  years. Their productions are of  rare beauty and eagerly sought  for by admirers. We carry a  nice assortment of  Irans, Feraghans,  Shirvans, Anatolians,  Mirzapores, Kermans, Etc.  Descriptions and prices of those  in stock free upon request. We  pay freight one way on  RUGS ON APPROVAL.  Send for Catalogue.  ^gsss^razBz  VICTORIA.BX.  MIDWAY  AND   VERNON.  Twenty Miles to Be Built This Year  and Road Completed Next Year.  Ralph Smailes returned from New-  York on Wednesday evening and left  again by Thursday's stage for Victoria, During his visit East Mr.  Smailes completed all arrangements,  for the sale of the Midway and Vernon charter and the construction of  of the road. The purchasers are a  strong financial syndicate of whom A.  A. Arthur of New York is the head.  Their attention was attracted -to the  venture by D. H. McDowell of Victoria  and John Kane, a New Yorker, who  has been operating in th'e West for  several years.  Under the terms of the agreement  with the syndicate twenty miles of the  railway has to be constructed before  January 1906. The work of construction is now under way, McLean Bros,  being superintendents of construction  for the first ten miles. Accompanying  Mr. Smailes as far as Spokane was the  recently appointed chief engineer of  the Midway and Vernon. He went direct to Victoria and will be joined by  Mr. Smailes there. As soon as one or  two legal formalities are complied  with the chief engineer will come to  the Boundary and take direct charge  of the work. He expects to immediately  let contracts as far as Westbridge.  Survey parties will be put in the  field from the summit of the divide between the West Fork of the Kettle and  Okanagan lake, and everything made  ready for the completion of the line to  Vernon next year. The probable distance of the line is about 135 miles.  Mr. Smailes will return to Greenwood  early next week.  The rich and promising country to  be traversed by the Midway and Vernon has been described several times  in these columns. The mineral richness of the West Fork has .attracted  the attention of mining men for some  years and with the transportation-  problem solved, this district is sure to  take a leading place among the mining camps of British Columbia. There  are belts of good timber and limited  areas of agricultural lands. On the  other side of the divide is the Okanagan valley, the garden of British Columbia. It was Robert Wood, the  lather of Greenwood, who saw the necessity of opening up this country by  a railway. , He was heavily interested  in mining claims on the West Fork  and also had extensive interests in the  Okanagan. He associated with him  local people and secured a charter from  the provincial government at Victoria,  a provincial subsidy followed. Then  Dominion legislation was secured and  also the statutory federal subsidy. But  the scheme almost failed because it  was hard to interest capital in the enterprise. Mr. Smailes, who is manager for R. Wood & Co., kept working  away, and at last succeeded in getting  the necessary capital a few days before  the time limit imposed by federal legislation expired.  SUCCEEDING IN OREGON.  Two Well Known Boundary Smelter  Men Promoted.  A recent issue of the Oregon Mining  Journal, published at Grant's 'Pass,  contains pleasiug information in  reference to .two mining men well  known in ..the Boundary, W. S. Keith  and George Crerar. Mr. Keith was  assistant,superintendent of the Boundary Falls smelter, and Mr. Crerar was  assayer at the same smelter. In reference to their present position the  Journal says:  "Chas. L. Tutt, president of the Ta-  kilma Smelting Co., returned to the  Pass on Sunday^from the smelter, and  left the same evening for the north.  Mr. Tutt said everything was going  along nicely. Some 25 teams were  running constantly between this city  and Takilma, going Joaded with coke  and. returning with matte, and some  15 teams are employed around the  mine, hauling the ore to the smelter.  Arthur. H. Carpenter, who has been  general manager, will return to the  Pass Tuesday and then return to Denver. From now on the management  will be divided into departments with  heads to each department. W. S.  Keith will have charge of the smelter,  while R.'S. Stettler and Geo. Crerar  will each have a department in the  business management. Some fine ore  bodies are being opened up, aud from  present indications the smelter will be  kept busy" until fall rains make the  roads impassable.  FIFTEEN INDIANS KILLED  THE-^i  at 4v.fr .fr ty ty tyty ty ty ty ^ty^tytytyty 4��4��4��4"fr & 4* 4��%  ty  ty  <3��  ty  ty  ty  4>  *  ty  4��  LIMITED.  Electric  current,   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee o�� continuous power  ty  *  ty  ty  ty  "*  ty  ty  ty  ty  4>__ .  _    _ _      Rtytyty;tytyty*$tytytytyty2tytytytytytytytytytytytyH  service for operating.  Get Our'Rates. We Can Save You Money  ���::<:-��� <  LISTEN I  WE WANT YOUR TRADE  and are always wide awake   to satisfy your  wants--not like the policemen who sleeps his  shift through.  For  a  Short Order  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCK^OO  fl.  Bad'Landslide Occurs Near Spence's  Bridge.  Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock a  landslide occurred at Spence's Bridge  completely destroying the'Indian village and causing the death of 15 Indians and injuring 13 others. Three  Indians were fishing for salmon when  the slide came down, and they were  seen no more.  The slide came from the mountain  slope opposite the village, adjacent to  the slide of six years ago. It came  across the Thompson river, damming  it completely for five hours, the water  and salmon being thrown up on the  railway track.  '\The water rose twenty feet above the  slide, covering the gardens on the flats  Drs.'Wade and Chipperfield of Kamioops, Sanson of Ashcroft, and Kerr of  the Nicola railway construction; were  sent for and attended the injured.  The slide was caused by seepage  from the irrigation ditch on the mountain side. This is the third slide from  the same place, but the only one attended with fatal results.  #��#*#*#*##*###���#��*����##*****����!#** *J**^  Good Dinner  or  ...Try The...  ... WINDSOR CAFE...  HARRY COUTTS. Proprietor  Gall up  Made that resolution to begin" the new  year right by buying your Meats, Fish,  Etc.  at the  UNION   MEAT   MARKET.  US  THREE   NEW   TUNNELS.  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned "Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  oooooooooooooo ooooo ooooooo  sr tf ��p ** s? ^��? tf* *"& & tf a? I? tf* i? *f  %\  m\  W  %m  %.  'ft  'ft  *  '*  S. A. Grierson  HOUSE  SIGN and  ORNAMENTAL  PAINTER  Nice Stock of Wall  Pacerto choose from  Opposite theB. C. Hotel in Building formally occupied by the  Postoffice.    Phone 15.  %  1ft  1ft  'ft  s    ^  Mattresses A Mattresses  N  New j Fresh  Bedding    1 Just  A  Up to Date R     Arrived  Y  Pure Silk Floss....! :....$16 50  No. 1 Elastic Felt    15 75  Pure Cotton    9 SO  Pure Cotton Tops���..........���...   6 25  Ticking, Fancy Jtripes  We have Cheap Mattresses  galore, Iron Beds and All Lines  of House Goods.  THE RED FRONT  AndOIC  New and Second Hand Store.  A. U WHITE  Phone 16.  Started on the Aztec, Neutral and  Caribou.  Harry Johns, who has charge of the  British Columbia Copper company's  camp on Copper mountain, northeast  of "Chesaw," wasin" town yesterdap.   Although Mr. Johns has no sensational mineral revelations to report, he  states that work is progressing very  satisfactorily, a good showing having-  been made in breaking new trails and  other such work preliminary to beginning a vigorous campaign on the  group. Three new tunnels have also  been started���on the Astec, Neutral  and Caribou claims���and he is well  pleasad with the outlook.  In the course of the interview with  the News scribe Mr. Johns confidently  remarked that some good mines would  be developed out of the bunch of  claims.���Myers Creek News  CAIJU UP A 86  STAR ^BAKERY  Where there is always- on hand a good  supply of  HOME MADE BREAD.  CAKES, BUNS, Etc.  Fresh Stock of Groceries always kept  Phone us your order.  I* P. FLOOD,     Prop.  ��'V^A��A��^*v'VVVAV��WWA��#  *-  -#  -Bef ore-buy in g -L^ots-scc -me-  for prices  FREDERICK  C. P. R.'X'and Agent.  GREENWOOD, B.  C.  Z<"Z"."Z<<<^"m~>.��4Jt>*}^^  DEALERS IN  I FURNITURE  >  CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  COPPER-STREET,  GRfctilNWOOn.  f  Y  Y  I  I  ?  $  i Greenwood, B. C. 5  ���tf *���? j? tf tf tf tftf tf a? tf tf *���? i? tf tf* tf  VICTORIA        !  M��TEL>���  ?  Y-  %  Y  ?  G.   GUNDERSON  PROPRIETOR.  Finest wines, liquors and  cigars at Bar.  First class Dining Room  connection-  in  .^x-:-^x~:~k^x~>^>��k^^^  FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS.  $s��x~x~x~:~xk~;~^^^^  ,X-K">,X~X~��-X">,X~>:  1NBS0R   f*f��TEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor,  Finest Furnished House in tlie Boundary  throughout  with  electric  lights.  Steam Heated.   Lighted  We offer  special inducements to  travellers  as -\ve have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our  bar  excells  all others.  -  M  - I ^���AAAA  BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES  (^  ^v  SCHOOL   BOOKS  AND SUPPLIES  We are  HEADQUARTERS  r ���������  For alt your Needs  in the School Line.  Prices Right.  COLES & FRITH  Booksellers,  Stationers,   Wall  Paper Dealers, Etc., Etc. Etc.  J  Fresh fruits at Galloway Bros.  Deappendixing is now done in Greenwood on record time.  Thos. McAulay was down from  Beaverdell last week.  W.-J. Snodgrass of Okanagan Falls  spent the week in the city.  R. K. Stephen returned Monday from  a holiday trip to the coast.  New consignments of staple and  fancy groceries���Galloway Bros.  Ivaw & Munroe, and T. J. Hardy  will opan their stores in Midway next  week.  A. L,ogan & Co., jewelers, opened in  Midway this week and report business  brisk,  D. R. Young, who is now operating  in the Okanagan, was in the city this  week.  For sale, horses, harness buggies,  tents, etc. O I C, A.h. White & Co.  'PhonelG.  S. S. Fowler of Nelson and W. Anderson of Cascade were visitors in the  city this week.  Quite a number of Greenwoodites  attended the labor picnic at Phoenix  Wednesday last.  A train of thirty-five cars, containing contractors' supplies, arrived in  Midway last week.  H. B. Madden came in from Oro-  .ville this week, and left on today's  stage for a visit to Spokane.-  Jas. Lawrence, superintendent of  the Kootenay division of the C. P. R.,  visited the Boundary this week.  For rent, tents, guns, sewing machines and and all linfs of house goods  at Second Hand store A. L,. White,  Phone 16.  J. P. Myers-Gray and K. C. B. Frith  ar this week inspecting the live stock  and viewing the other attractions at  -theJPortlapd Fair    J. L. Watson, principal of the  Greenwood public school returned Friday from Owen Sound, Ont., where he  spent the vacation.  The bush fires Sunday last gave the  buildings at the E P U and Skylark a  close call. After hard fighting all day  the buidings were saved.  Miss Hilda and Master Ernest  Smailes, who were visiting with Mrs.  Bunting, returned with their father to  Victoria by Thursday's stage.  Rambler in'"which he is interested.  The reservoir on Lind creek will  probably be completed this week and  the water turned on. At present the  water is being supplied from a temporary dam.  A million in it for you. Makes life  easy. ' Silk Floss and Elastic Felt  Mattresses. Red Front and O I C  New and Second Hand Store. A. L.  White, Phone 16.  L- M, Rice, the well known railway  engineer who was doing- special work  for the Midway and Vernon pending-  the arrival of the chief engineer, went  out by Thursday's stage.  G. A. Evans of the Grand Forks Sun  and  W.   B.   Wilcox   of   the   Phoenix  Pioneer,   were   in   the  city   Saturday  evening attending a meeting of Green  wood Typographical union.  "Neil Morrison, who has been foreman on the Preston for the past three  months, has secured the contract for  sinking from the 75 to the 150-foot  level. Work commenced Thursday  morning on the contract with a force  of six men.  J. Vacher, who has heen working on  the Sally for the past year, came in  from Beaverdell on Friday's * stage.  Mr. Vacher states that in crosscutting  on the No. 2 of the SallyVthe vein was  found to be much larger than at first  supposed. The No., 2 vein was supposed to lie between granite on the  the north and diorite on the isouth, but  on cutting through the diorite a 2-foot  lead was crosscut with a granite wall  on the south. This gives an ore body  of between six and eight feet. Mr.  Vacher left Wednesday for Beaverdell.  : t  Tf  tt  tt  tt  tt  Yt  Tf  Tf  Tf  Tf  tf  tf  ....  Tf  Tf  ft  ft  ft  Tf  Tf  Tf  Tf  tt  ft  tf  tf  tf  ft  tf  Tf.  Tf  tf  ft  h  ���St*  tf  Tf  tf  ft  ft  Tf  Tf  Tf  tf  tf  ft  ft  tf  Tf  Tf  tf  ft  ....  ���>���*>  LARGE  usseMaw-Caulfield  DEPARTMENTS  Company, Ltd'  phone  2S  HARDWARE  CLOTHING  GROCERIES  DELICACIES FOR THE TABLE  We  have the very chocest  stock  of  canned   and preserved goods for the  table.  Standard brands their own guarantee of purity and excellence.-  TRY OUR SPECIAL TEA  50c. AND COFFEE 35c.  HARDWARE  PRESERVED FRUIT WILL KEEP  Indefinitely in GLASS JARS, when properly sealed and kept in a cool place.    We have.a  few PRESERVING JARS left which we wish to clean at the following low prices :  Pints $1.25, Ouarts $1.50. Half Gallons $2.00, Jelly Jars 75c.  CLOTHING: NEW STOCK  We have cleared all our old stock in this department.    Everything is new.    See for  yourself.    A few lines we must clear.    Summer Underwear at Bargain Prices  Straw Hats, Regular, $1.50.   NOW $1.00  A^Vfr��i*^*'X��*':">**>X��^  *��^x��:*m;..>.;-***:.��>^  .2��;M;,,;M;.,;,.;.,>,XK-,,'*,X^  GET YOUR  AT  t  f  t  f  f  t  X  I  t  f  t  X  X  X  X  t  y  x  ailway Construction  Has necessitated our starting a branch at Midway  for the convenience of our patrons to the west.  Our store will be in the Postoffice building. We  will have a nice stock in charge of one of the firm.  Watch Repairing, our specialty, will receive prompt  attention.    Now Open.  I  -'������'���'  ��J��J����J����l.������iMi����J��.*<��j4��J��.J����J��^  J. P. Roberts, manager.of the Bank  of B. N. A., has decided to retire from  the bank. He leaves for his home in  Vancouver in a few days. Although  in Greenwood but a short ��� time, business men generally appreciated his  ability and courteous treatment, and  they regret very much his decision to  retire. Mr. Roberts has uo intention  of leaving the province. He is very  favorably impressed with the Boundary and believes it has a great future  before il.   He hopes  to return here in  a very short time. Mr. Trirnen of the  Rossland branch is here temporarily  until Mr. Roberts' successor is appointed.  A letter arrived at this office Tuesday, with an enclosure of 10 cents,  and presumably written in Norwegian,  While the staff of the Times can make  a good guess at Gaelic, Jap, 'Chinck or  Chinook, the letter received Tuesday  is a pipe dream in language and cannot be interpreted here while the staff  remains sane.  MIDWAY.  A. LOGAN & CO.  JEWELERS  GREENWOOD.  Like our store, hig'h in customers'estimation. The reason is  evident to all who investigate. The price and the quality tell  the tale to wise buyers.  0*��-^ <*�����#��<*#��$*������****> *t'3*H*S��^  We always buy the best, and our  ever  increasing  business  enables  us   to   buy in   large   quantities,   decreasing   the cost    both to  you and us  ��o��*-����*9*o--*e*��oo*��-*i5��o*��<f#<-'r^*^*��jsi?*#<f**��-*o*��t<s *$#* ���������#$##*#���# ���*##�����*#  Not Better than the Best, but Better than the Rest  $0###*********-*��-s*��*###*****iS#$-��#*��#-*O^  Thomas Drug Co., Ltd.  Q==4  =TriFfiSutherland,-theGreenwood,as-  sayer, returned Saturday from Trail,  where he had been looking after a  shipment of ore  from  the Providence,  C.Bell of the Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  and B. M. Snyder, assayer at the  smelter, left Wednesday for the West I  Fork, where they will spend the next  six weeks in capturi ig trout and dodging silver-tips.  It is reported that another newspaper will be published in Midway in  a couple of weeks, a complete news and  jobbing plant now being on the way,  No one has yet announced his intention of starting a daily there.  Mayor Naden, who has been engaged  in purchasing the right of way for the  V., V. & &., has almost completed his  labors. He has been very successful in  the work, and only in a few instances  will arbitration be resorted to.  Frank Holm, an employee of the  Grei t Northern at Midway was brought  to the Sacred Heart hospital this week  and operated on for appendicitis by  Drs. Spankie, Oppenheimer and New-  combe. The operation was performed  in less than thirty minutes, although  the case was a serious one, an abscess  having formed. The patient is doing  well.  /The^wisdom^of^ th is^must^be^clear^to-  all, hence no explanation is necessary.  J. li. Watson.  Is is claimed that the addition of 3  to 4 per cent.of nickel to steel increases  the proportional elostic limit, adds tO  the due ility Of the steel, increases its  resistanco to comprossion, abrasion,  shock, and increases its toughness. -  In the Collie coal field of West Australia, which has over 300,000,000 ton��  in reserve, cniy about six to nine feet  of the thick seam's can be profitably  extracted, and owing Ao the friable  nature of the coal about 60 per cent has  to be left for support, and the proportion of. small coal is excessive.  SCHOOL NOTICE.  Phone:  Greenwood, 55.  Midwav, A 66.  Phoenix, 44.  Parents are reminded that school  opens on Monday, August 21st. It is  urgently requested that all children of  school age���7 to���14 report for duty at  once and not two or three1 weeks after  the beginning of the term. Children  coming to school for the first time  must present themselves before the  first day of September. After that  date such children will not be received.  mmmmsmmsma  Queen's Hotel  Dining Room  Our aim is to suit the most  fastidious.    On the table  will be found all the de-  licies of the season.  A new cook having-  taken  charge of the cullinery department    your    wants  will cheerfully be given  the utmost attention.  Special Rates to Steady Boarders and Roomers.  ��"iimii "irili" iiTMi|iii*Ttpiij. iji' ||7"ij,i'i'>'nTiiniiri|i,>ii'Liiiiinii^,niHi'^��ii|irir


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