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 (  u\ n  V I  VOL. 12  lift1"*  *ik*��,  GREENWOOD, ��� B.  C., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER  8,  1907.  iexEsaesssssisissassaNaijSi^sn  ieSZeggB28SElBB)eSSSS85e&��  Will add to the comfort of your home this winter.  We  make  them   to  order  on  the Premises, also  COUCHES and  BED LOUNGES  * ���  Select any Covering  you wish.  We re-cover and re-upholster Furniture   and   give  satisfaction everv time.  Greenwood Oil Syndicate Acqiiire Sure  Have  Majority  of   Holdings���Finding  of  Judge, Wilson  HOUSE FURNISHERS  Phone 27  Greenwood's TSig Furniture Store.  �� WHMMwnpcan  aaawaBg-H-i^^ rea  We strongly recommend you to see  our stock, this year.  .VARIETY,  5TYL  We are showing something very neat vin   the  Fox  and  Sable  Stole effects, with  Muffs to  match.' Give .us a call.    We can suit you.  Dry Goods.  Millinery  During the month of October  we will sell a Fine Seven-  Jewelled Watch in a Nickel  Screw Case,fully guaranteed for  e o ���  A. L0GAN&CU  WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS  Copper Street Greenwood  By the finding of Judge Wilson  in the East Kootenay Coal Lands  case, this week, the Canada Western Oil Co., Ltd., composed of  Greenwood people acquire an assured title to a - majority of the  oil bearing-lands on Kishenehna  Creek. The application of five  sets of claimants were made before Judge Wilson under tbe Coal  and Mines' Act. As a matter of  convenience tbey are classed in  ,-the judgement as follows:��� (1)  The Leckie-Tupper group, (2)  Tbe Bowman-Leonard group; (3)  The Greenwood group; (4) Tbe  Cranbrook group; (5) Tbe Watts  group. The application in regard  to the last group only is for an  order leading to a lease under  the amendment of 1907.  Int the Bowman-Leonard group  and'in-tbe.Watts group, the decision wa^-'in the ' first case for  abandonment after 1895, and in  the. second for non-validity of  claim.. ���-  LrAugust last the Greenwood  group, the McVittie or Cranbrook  gipup and "t>e Tupper-Leckie  group arranged a1 settlement out  of"courL- whereby^ea'ch   took -  third of the lands in dispute  among-them and .because of certain purchases made by tbe Greenwood group from the Cranbrook  group, the local oil mag-nates  obtained control also of three-  fif thsiof tbe third of the Cranbrook  group. They also'have possession of some 617 acres which are  not in dispute.  The finding of the Judge is  that these claims���The A. W.  McVitte, E. L. McVittie, H. H.  McVittie, A. E. Watt, James  Biker, Ida Baker,'W, F. ' Gurd,  and C Hutchison claims are en-  tilled to priority. The last four  of these claims are the lands  purchased by the local syndicate.  The Greenwood group apart from  the four claims classed with the  cranbrook group are given priority for such ground, if any, not  covered bvthe foregoing and the  Tupper-Leckie .group.  The Canada Western Oil C0.,  is well known in Greenwood. The  officers are: President, Dr. Spankie ; Secretary-Treasurer, E. R"  Redpath;; Directors, James McCreath, H. McCutcheon and James  Irwin, and Dr. Gordon, late of  Phoenix, and-Angus Cameron, of  ���Lam Li-.-���  "   '  " ���'*'"    ���  No. 9.  Mrs. Foster,of Pembroke, Ont.,  mother of Dr. Foster was in  Greenwood on Tuesday and Wednesday, the guest of mi's. J. E  McAllister.  E. S. Busby, a Dominion Customs Inspector from Vancouver,  is inspecting the customs offices  at Chopaka and Osoyoos this  week, He is making a general  tour of the offices in  the district,  - -The Custom's Collectioiis"atrttfe~  Port of Greenwood for the month  ending October 31st amount to  $5,522.78 and are distributed as  follows ; Greenwood $2,307.04 ;  Bridesville,' $771.JS ; Chopaka,  5992.84; Myncaster,$77.26 ; Midway, $1,169.85; Osoyoos, $204.61  The Greenwood Inland Revenue  Collections were $1,851.50.  C. F. Stone, for the past year  in the employ of the Hunter-Kendrick Co's Hardware department  left on Thursday morning for  Spokane. He had made many  friends in Greenwood, who will  miss him. Mr. Stone's departure  makes one more vacancy on the  .Eire^_Brigade,-of=-whic&he-^has  been a loyal member.  Some youngsters from Anacoa-  da^wE^we?e"h��viug^^  their lives, pelting the. widows  and shack of Sing Kee with pebbles came before Stipendiary Joseph H. Miethot,of the Stat-  Magistrate McMynn this week, istical Department, Ottawa, was  They paid the damages and were visiting his former superior officer  let off.    The boys must leaVe the Mr.H,McCutcheoa of the Custom's  Office this week. He left on Tues  Chinks alone. ������,������ .        t      r...  day   evening   for   Ottawa.    Mr.  Miehtot was assistant to'Mr.   Mc-  Improvements"  to    the   Miller Cutcheon from 1901 to 1903.    Re-  block are completed.   A complete centlj he has been on  a   holiday-  up-to-date system .of   hot   water trip to the corst   and came   over  heating has   been   installed,  the to Greenwood for a  few  days to  ,.     ,      ,      .  ,   .   ,,      ...      see his old friends ��  entire front painted, the  interior  of the   upstairs thoroughly  kal-    somined and redecorated and it is      Mis3 E- Pauline Johusou,   the  now one of the pleasantest busi- T   -      ���    . , ,  ..    ,    .     '      . Indian Poetess,whose songs have  ncss blocks in tbe citv. ..      ,     ,.A     , ,.        ,.     ,.���  ���' J won the plaudits of the entire ht-  Capt. P. Elliston, R C.A., of erar* world�� wil1 aPPear in the  Victoria, inspected the "arsenal" j Auditorium on the 20th of this  of the Greenwood Company this'month, under the auspices of the  week.    The   Government   is  re- Anglican Church.      iss Johnson,  in Indian costume gives dramatic  recitations of her own work   and  NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER  placing the Lee-Enfield rifles   by  the new   Ross Rifle   and   Capt.  Elliston has promised  to   supply  the Rifle Corps   with   the   newjhis won for berself a world-wide  guns.    He was in town on Tues-; reputation because of the beauti-  day, . - ] ful pathos and excellent   feeling   ~ of her portrayal of the lives   and  A. L. White who is now the; spirit of her own people. She is  sole proprietor of the business on. an Indian princess, who is a queen  Copper Street carried on   hereto- '��� 0{ her race. >*>  fore   under   the   name of   A. L..     _.. .   . ,      ... ,,  wu-*    or,     ,      j    -j  , i.     1      ���    She ts accompanied by   Walter  White & Co.. has decided to close; r  the Red   Front. Store.    He will! cRa?e' al"  a   Canadian, whose  clear out his  furniture   at   cost. ��� renderings   of   Dr.   Drummond'*  a ^ # ��s���-;* -sestaisss *# �� #.��,s * *�� e $ $ #  * 3f  | Mining Progress.!  * *  ���,< -if ���:*# c* ����ss * �� �� # si* �� * ��# �� * a a <*����� rf  Tbe directors of the Crescent  Mining Co. iu charge of Col.  Dickason, of Chicago, will arrive  in Greenwood on the 10th inst.���  Sunday. They will likely come  by special car to Phoenix. After  their arrival, plans for working  thft Crescent properties will be  made. The new compressor at  the mine has been tested aud is  working satisfactorily.  The big Crusher for the Mother  Lode has beeu shipped. The  machine baa been purchased from  the Jenckes Machine Co.,of Sher-  brooke, Que. It has a "jaw,"  30x42 inches.and will replace the  24x36 oue now iu operation. This  smaller one will be brought down  to the smelter.  On Monday, work will be started on the foundations for the  new compressor at the Mother  Lode.  All the Smelter managers of  the district were subpoenaed to ap��  pear as wituesses before th;  arbitration board at Nelson this  week. Manager Hodges, of the  Granby postponed a business trip  and went to Nelson on Tuesday.  Manager McAllister was ou his  way to Spokane and Manager  Thomas of tbe Dominiou Copper  Co. was ready to go to Nelson ou  Tuesday when be received word  that the court would not sit until  Friday (today). Mr. Harvey the  arbitrator for the company did  not reach Nelson until last night.  The court opened at 9 o'clock this  morning-.  At the Dimond-Texas, tbe shaft  is down-llSrfeet. '~Tb'e'"0c'r'6sscutt  is in about 25 feet'. With another  40 feet it is expected to strike the  lead.  Hon. Warner Miller, President  of the Dom. Copper Co.,with H.N.  Melville, has left New York for  Greenwood. They will arrive in  Spokane sometime on Sunday and  in Greenwood oh Tuesday or  Wednesday, m. M- Johnson, consulting enginner, of Salt Lake  city will be with them.  A strike of fine gold-bearing  quartz has been made at Vernon,  within the town limits.  .���.R.:.R. Hedley. Jateof the Hall  Mines Smelter, who has been  commissioned "by the Dominion  Government to report on the mining and metallurgical industry of  British Columbia was in Greenwood on Wednesday. Mr. Hedley has just returned lrom the  Nicola and the Similkameen  country where he has been collecting information for the Department. As-the conclusions of Mr.  Hedley will later be published by  the Department he is not talking  for publication at present. He  went to Phoenix on 'Wednesday  with Manager Thomas of the  Dominion Copper Co.,to look over  some of the properties there.  J. E. McAllister, General Manager of the B.C. Copper Co., is in  Spokane. He is expected back  tonight.  A. G. Larson, of Rossland,superintendent of the Le Roi mine  was in the city ou Monday looking over the Elkhorn property.  R. P. Williams, of Rossland.  representing the Jenckes Machine  Co. of Shcrbrooke.Que., was here  on a business trip on Monday.  G. W. Wooster.of Grand Forks.  Treasurer of the Granby Co.,was  in Greenwood ou  Wednesday,  J. M. Blackhurst and J. Richardson, two mining men from  Spokane were in tbe city on Tuesday looking over   the   Kreeraont  �����.*���>��*���*#�����# * 0##<H5�����������*������<n����  i! ��  I        Midway ��  �������K��**#��(3f����!��l��**��*##i;ii!i<(#��S!i-��#jt;.-t  Midway has a new postmaster.  The appointment of II. Eldridge  as successor to the late Ed. A.  Hain took effect on November 1st.  His appointment was made in response to a public petition.  A PUBLIC CONCER  In Aid of Provincial Sanitarium  MONDAY,   NOVEMBER   1SID  Ed. Mace, who has been barber  at Midway since ths days of its  glory.has moved to Merritt in the  Nicola district, where he will  again take up business.  G. A. Reudell this week disponed of his business at Midway to  Hardy & Co.  A consignment of pure bred  stock reached Ferry on Saturday.  They are all first prize winners at  tbe Live Stock Exposition in Chicago, and are for the ranch of A.  C. Mills who purchased them in  East. They are fine cattle and  will be a credit to the enterprise  of Mr. Mills and to the district.  Best Local  Talent   Promised-Excellent Program  Kwong Lee, the Chinaman who  is leaving Midway as soon as his  customers pay up, claims to have  been 40 years iu B.C. He.came  here about the time of the first  Cariboo Gold excitement and is  now going back to old Cathay to  see his wife and children who  have lived their lives without him  A.C. Mills returned on Monday  evening from St. Louis'. Mrs.  Mills and their family returned  at the same time,  MILLER-CLARKE.  . .Arthur Miller, of Boundary  Falls and Rose Lillian Clarke, of  Midway were uuited in marriage  on Saturday evening last by the  Rev. M. D. McKee. The ceremony was performed at the residence   of   the   bride's   father at  ���    - *   ���  ��, ���  Midway.  -After" the   wedding,  Mr. and Mrs. Miller left for a  short honeymoon and oh their return will reside in Grand Forks.  The concert in aid of the  new Sanitarium which is to  be erected near Kamioops for  tubercular patients promises  to be the attraction ol" the  month. Just see what Greenwood can do. Every indication,   at   present,   is  that  the program which will be  given almost entirely by local talent, will quite surprise  the citizens. Particulars  will be published later but  the program committee have  every confidence that nothing  like this was ever put before  a Greenwood audience. The  Provincial Health Officer who  has been carrying forward  the scheme all over British  Columbia, will,-it is expected  be presentand give au address  Many of the cities of Southern  British Columbia have already taken steps to secure,  funds for the buildings. Revelstoke is holding a huge Anti-  Tuberculosis Benefit Concert  tonight. Greenwood's date  is the 18th---Monday, November 18th. No admission  fee will be charged.  ALLEN-HENDERSON.  The marriage of one of Greenwood's most popular young ladies  took place on Monday- evening,  ^hM^dith^Cl^^I^a^Brstfcra'tt d=  George Wesley Allen were united,,  in holy matrimonv by Rev. M. D.  McKee, Mr. Allen, whose home  is iu Nelson, is also well known  in Greenwood and the youthful  spirits of the city could not restrain their glee and'so gave the  happy couple a good old fashioned chrivaari. Mr. aud Mrs. Allen  left the same evening for Phoenix.  From there, they went to the  coast for their wedding trip. On  their return they expect to take  up residence ill Nelson.  The bride was made the recipient of a beautiful set of fur.a,  with muiT to match, the gift of  the employees of the Hunter-  Kendrick Co. and of Mr. Hunter.  SMELTER TREATMENT  The Smelter of the B C. Copper  Co. treated this week, 7,205 tons  of ore distributed as follows:  Mother Lode 3.950,Napoleon 154.  Custom ores 3110..  THE BOYS BRIGADE  The Boys Brigade attend Divine service at the Presbyterian  church ou Sunday next. The  boys will parade in uniform and  will be seated together in the  c��urc��r__TEej^vnri5e_^'n "corfF "  mand of R. G. Hargrayes, who  has been training them iu athletic  and military exercises every  Thursday night lince last April.  From 26 to 30 boys have been  taking advantage of the classes  and of the instruction in regular  healthy physical exercises such  as boiing, wrestling, aud club  swinging. The Boys Brigade is  a world wide organization ar.d  the Greeuwood boys are in li��:e  with a hundred thousand all over  the world who are taking this a.d'  similar kinds of drill. T'*o Winnipeg branch which \va> s'arted  bv Mr- Hirgraves s->int: years a.'*)  has now .over M>00 memberi.  The organization makes"manly  bovs and it is hoped that th-i p i:-  ents wiil use their influence to encourage the boys to j->in and to  come out on   Sunday evening.  Drill this week will be <>:i Friday night in the basement of the  Anglican church-  j The Snowshoe mine at Phoenix  i shipped to Greenwood this week  ! 2.700 tons of  <>-e   and    to    Trail  Particulars   of   the   sale will be : inimitable French Canadian sket-j and the   Strathmore   propertits. ������ ^ yso.makin" ���') tf>'.al of 5.4S0 tons  found in another column on  this  page.  ches are exceedingly well spoken j They went to Phoenix   on   Wed-  of. ' nesday night.  for   the week  R. Matheson. Secretary of tie  Miner's L'aion is a witness before  the Arbitration Board of the  Moyie Miners at Nelson. The  miners are basing their claims fcr  I higher wages partly on the v.-acts  piid in the Uoundary. Mr; Matheson left   ou   Tuesday   afternoon  . *pj-T-^a���*& " ,-' -m  ^ mmDW^KSBmW^mW^iB&mu  6"**-  (F*  <F*  CF*  CF*  iF*  <a ��  B, Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest $11,000,000.  ��<! UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  j, ,���   president:    Lokd STkATucONA and Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.  president-    Sik Gkokge A. Drummond, K. C. M. G.  Vice-I'resuleiit and General Mannper :    E. S. Clouston,  Brandies in London, Eng. Ui^t^a. \ New York, Chicago.  Buy  and sell Sterling* Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  (>������ ���  (r^\  if"''' \  ^!  <F*\  -F*\  CF*\-  717  . r  *=-*�����>  b=5  about federal issues. Premier  Roblin, of Manitoba, and Hon.  F. W. G.. Haultain, the disappointed Provincial Righter of  Regina, will be the pedagogues.  The election in Bellechasse re  ferred to elsewhere has resulted  in even a larger majority for Tiir-  geon than the Liberals have claimed. Henri Bourassa will probably  recontest his old seat of Labelle.  miles. He is the fifth white man  to go there since 1771. The vast-  ness of Canada grows on one as  he thinks of the extent of the  Great North Land.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  mj2m$mmi2iWiMmiimmmsmii$a$m  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$10,00,000.   Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  B. E. WALKER, President. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manag-er.  H. H. MORRIS, Supt. Pacific Coast Branches.  BANK MONEY ORDERS  I88UWJ AT THE FOLUJW1WQ RATES l  $3 and undef    3 ceua��  Over $5 and act Mrceediag $10    8 cent��  "   $id      " " 830  W centa  **   $30       " ���     ��� ' $50  13 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank  {Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking* points in the United States.  NEGOTIABLE AT A FIXED RAVt AT  rilE CANADIAN BANK'OF* COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  Thev form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money  with safety and at small cost.  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed on deposits from SI upwards at current rates.  Greenwood Branch   -   -    -   -   J. T. BEATTIE Manager  The C.P.R. announces that it  will shortly issue a new general  freight tariff which will affect  beneficially the entire west. Let  us hope so. Substantial reductions are needed in the freight  charges from the East to the  Coast.  W. C. Bowles, the new general  freight agent of the C.P.R. succeeding H. E. Macdonell arrived  in Nelson on Friday night of  last week.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barkister, Somcitok,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:       " Hallbtt."  Iledford M'Neilt's  I Iledford M'Neilt's  Codes ���< Moreinff & Neat's  I Leiber's  Greenwood, B. C.  iPtlt^i-l:   BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  -^iZiZS^' No. 38,1. 0.0. F.  Meeis  every   Tuesday E-veuiujj at 8 00 in the  I..��. O. V. Hall.     A  cordial "nivi tation Is ex  tended to all sojourning bretlieru.  A. E. JiRAITHWAITE, l\  SHEARING,  N. G V. G.  J. SANDERS, Kec. Sec.  'Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  Issued ewery Yriday  BY  THE  Boundary Creek Printing and Publishing  Co., Limited,  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Ykak         --   2 00  3ix Months -  1 35  To Foreign Cocntkiks .'.'.  2 SO  <i^Jio?T(:fevi:]LArfi;Ls  Health Officer, has been working  on a scheme to erect a hospital  for consumptives to check the  spread of the white plague in this  province. Some time ago, he took  this matter up with the people  here and again on the occasion of  his last visit, urged that something be done. A committee has  been formed aud they have arrangements well under way for a  concert, particulars of which are  given in another column of. this  paper.  Let the .people of Greenwood  rise to the occasion. Let the ideal  of British Columbia be not only a  white province but a province  whose people shall be protected  in every way against the ravages  of this merciless disease. It is a  duty which, as citizens, we owe  to the country in which we live.  Let us take it up and prove our-  selyes worthy the reputation for  generosity which this western  country so often claims for itself.  .  Boundary Jottings  In discussing "Certain Features  of the Rocky Mountain Region,"  Horace F. Evans has, something  to say of our resources in the  Boundary:���  Recent investigations, official  and otherwise, into the particular  field adjacent to the international  boundary within the province of  British Columbia have determined  that the country is a great international preserve, the resources  of which in a number of respects  are of supreme importance to the  people on both aides of the international boundary."  Speaking of the construction of  the V. V. & E., which according  to Mr. Evans, is making "reasonable progress" in consideration of  the unusual difficulties in the way  of construction, he says :������  ���<>*���'.*��� *       ��� '-���'  "It may, therefore, be reasonable to infer that the construction  of this short railway line to the  coast will be the means of developing great resouces which have  hitherto remained dormant on  "account"of "their*"' "isolation- fro*m  the continental railway systems."  FromBe Times-1897i  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER -  Dealer   in    Sash,   Doors,  Turned  Work  and  Inside Finish,  '���'.-"���'.      Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   .:   B. C, |  0 8  5 PHONE  65. Q  oooo-woooooooo-ckmjooooooooo  "f*W  "tf  FOR-  CHOICE BEEF, PORK AND MUTTON  FRESH FISH    FINNAN HADDIE  The winze at the Mother Lode  is now down about 75 feet. An  improvement has taken place in  the ore which for a time was not  nearly so good as that coining up  from the bottom of the wiuze.  The prospecting shaft at the upper end of the outcrop is now  about 25 feet in depth, the ore  showing no change  in character.  Mr. and Mrs. C. A. E. Shaw  expect to get settled in their new  home next week. Their dwelling-  house is a substantial and conveniently arranged building situated  almost at the far end of the northern addition to the townsite.  FH1DAY   NOVEMBER S. 1907  In ancient times, the Spartans  took their weak or ill-formed  children out to~aT"chasm~iuV~the  hills of their mountainous country and left them there to die.  The advance of civilization has  taught us to place a different val-  In Bellechasse, in old Quebec,  the duel is on. Henri Bourassa,  the member for Labelle and the  furious-���spirited���descendant��� of  William   Lyon   Mackenzie,   has  picked up the glove thrown down  G  by the Hon, Adelard Turgeon.  Both are young men, made  by a  large   and idealistic public  About 150 men are working on  the V. V. & E. construction between Hedley and Keremeos and  men are coming in. every d��y to  increase the force says the Hedley  Gazette.  Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Nelson entertained a number of friends at  the Pioneer Hotel upon their return .home last Saturday night  from their wedding trip. Their  guests had a real good time.  ^(S^W-��v*S''-* V  Is  unexcelled, as  is evidenced  by   its  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having-  -ELKHORB" BOTTLED BEER  t  #'vV*��\/~/  AT  Copper Street  c��.  ^4,*^^^^^4>4'4^4<^f^4r4<4<<-3*^4'4*^^'^^y  TEL.. 133  Police Magistrate Hallett held  a Small Debts Court for the first  time this week.  Contractor Desrosiers,of Greenwood, is making good progress  with    the   Recorder's   office    at  Grand Forks.  /  Henry Nicholson, of Camp Mc  Kinney has been gazetted a Jus-  ticeof.the^Peace_for Yale distr i c t.  Key. D. M. Perley, B, A., formerly of Phoenix, is at present  taking special work at the University of Edinburgh. He will  return to B.C. next June.  In Fernie. the   Eastern Townships Ba.nk opened a   branch   on  Monday of this week. It is rumored that the Imperial Bank will  also open there. This will give  Fernie five banks.  ue upon life.    If a man does   not  realize this, everywhere the laws interest.    Men  such as they, are  of "the country   compel   him   to  learn. So along with this changed  view of things, there have arisen  in all countries efforts to not oul}  cease to destroy life but to employ  every means  to   protect and preserve it.    In the different provinces of Canada,and in the States of  the Union,    organized   efforts to  this  end, have   beeu   made   and  have resulted in the  building   of  public ?nd semi-public  hospitals  as well as   in   many other ways.  For some reason���a thing we   do  not attempt to explain but which,  at any rate has   worked   beneficially to the   public���these hospitals, etc., have been   very   often  erected and more often maintained purely by individual effort and  general  subscription.    Examples  The Victoria terminal   system  certainly of   great   value to the  c f the Victoria and Sidney Rail-  country and if the making of  them is any justification, in Quebec, at least, politics is justified  of her children.  But it is a long price that men  have usually to pay today for an  interest in public affairs. Think  of men in positions political, whom  you know and whose integrity  has not been made the sport of  some-easy tongued and indictive  rascal and see how few they are.  And to any one who knows human nature at all, the shame will  not lie nearly so much with the  accused as with the accusers.  This is an old argument and one  which many a man in his  ''wis-  way has been transferred to the  V. V. & E.. This gives the Hill  road right of way to tidal water.  You may be able to  vget along without a  ��&��*$&  WATERPROOF SUIT  OR SLICKER  But can you afford to?  THESE GARMENTS ARE  GUARANTEED WATERPROOF  UGHT-COMFORTABLE-DURABLE  LOW   IN   PRICE  SOLO BY ALL RELIABLE DEALERS  rowe* canaoi/v* ca limitcix  -��� TPnONTO. CAM.  11  House, sign and' aU exterior and  and interior painting* and_decor  ating promptly done.  dial! Papering  +  ty  ty  ty  4  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  4*  ty  *  ty  Electric  current   supplied   f@r  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. . Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous fewer  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  ���  ty  ty  *.  ty  +  ty  ty  ty  ���  \ty  ty  -vJ  tease  Send iu your spring orders.  Box 255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  NOTICE  I  NOW OPEN  Next door to the Norden Hotel, Copper  Street. All Orders promptly attended t0  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  .J  MUSIGALr  Thomas Park, proprietor  MRS. MURRAY, Graduate in Vocal  and Instrumental .Music is prepared  to receive pupils in Piano and Voice.  Latest Consetvatory Methods  Taught. For further particulars and  terms apply at Studio in Miller Block  room 1.  Ladies' Calling Cards,Holland Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  C.S.BAKER  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  AND  Ore Shippers Agent.  Samples receive prompt attention.  P. O. Box 123 GREENWOOD  INBS��R   fv|��TEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished.House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with  electric lights.  First-class Bar.    Strictly up-to-date goods.  Mnsi-^LAao LArc; urcivuA~rAnu mum   ���-������  I   | -*   |<     *^*^^Mi^^^M  \ i  All Revelstoke is going to the  Anti-Tuberculosis Benefit there  tonight (^Friday). Proceeds are  to go to Dr. Fagan's new Sanitarium at Kamioops. Let Greenwood aot fall behind.  of this are   found   iu Ontario, in I dom" jeers at but it is honest and  the Victoria Hospital for sick  cl-iildren, in Toronto, in the Free  Hospitals for Consumptives at  Wesloa and nt Cravenhurst and  at the Musk'uka Cottage Sanitarium. G.  In British Columbia. Dr.  C.   J.  Fag*an, who was in Greenwood  a  evj   weeks   ago,   as   Provincial  sane after all.  A Conservative Convention -will  be held at Vancouver on Friday  andSaturday,November 22nd and  23rd. We are told that it is proposed to make it the means of  teaching the B.C. Conservatives  a few   things   they   don't know  The arbitration board to settle  the differences between, the miners  at St. Eugene and the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company met in Nelson on Wedaesd ay  Witnesses from Greeawood,Phoenix and other camps in the Boundary will give evidence as to conditions existing in this district.  Ernest Thompson-Seton, who  writes animal stories for children  and grown-ups as well, returned  this week from a trip up into the  barren lands, west of Great Slave  Lake. In that country, there is  no habi ation   for   thousands   oi  ''' THE "'-���' *  PAC1F  as  Is under the management of Greig and  Morrison. The rooms are comfortably  furnished, and the bar contains the best  brands of wines, liquors and cigars in  the city.  DRAYING - We CanlMove Anything  F. C.  BUCKLESS  PR0PRIET0R=-  ���   "     ��� ��� ���*  Now is the time to  Advertise tor the  Fall Trade--You get  Sure Returns by Advertising in The B.C.  Times.  ���>-j---t��M����-.aM*����w  iii wBomum  S5MWBB  [SalT^SwJ.aWB  ��*i*-itfrws-��=rtwat-B^S^^  t^s,  J     ?  THE. BOtfHBARY-  CREEK "TIMES.  00000<KK><>0<>0<><><>0<>0<><><>0<><><>0-  1  Greenwood  '     ONE'NIGHT ONLY,  Tues., NoVo 12  C: P. WALKEE  Offers the Beautiful  Romantic Comedy,  NO MONEY-INGRATITUDE  With  An old timer of Greenwood  called at a bank in Washington  Territory the other day where the  new cashier's cheques are in vogue  and asked for a payment of small  balance at his credit in the bank.  The'cashier refused him the currency but told him he would give  him his fare to Greenwood in  cash which was $5.30. He took  it and came to the land of real  money.  Here he went into one of the local  stores and paid a bill which was  due. He was handed back a receipt down in the left hand corner  of which was.already printed No.  To this the merchant had added  iu fine script, Thanks Now the  old timer complains of ingratitude. It is up to the merchant to  come to The Times' Office and  get some up-to-date stationery.  It pays.  B.  An Elaborate  Costume and  ^Scenic Equipment  0.  Prices $1.00, 75c &  50c  Seats on Sale at Thomas'  Drug- Store-.  00000-000000000000000000000  ....��� und night��� liis. hnmls were so bad with  He/.cnm. ;j Doctors failed to euro him, but  Ziim-JJuk triumphed.- AsIc him about it.  C H -' O N I C UlCERS. *J0 years mi(ler-  injf from Ulcers which covered her body  miide .Mrs. Juno lloers of L'OriRnal (Out.),  long for dentil.- A Tow weeks' trial of Zam-  lluk brought comploto its oration. If you  suH'ocertlikc Hrs. Doors and received such a  wonderful healing, you too would sny .as sho  did:���'-The like of Zam-Buk has not been  seen since the Great Healer left tho earth."  RHEUMATISM 13 hospitals, received  Sir. Alfred ltrown of Toronto, and 13 ho.-tpi! als  di-inisscil him as incurablo.. Zam-Iiuk  stepped in when doctors had failed. Zam-Buk  rubbed Rheumatism out. -IJoisnow well and  strong. Sec JIi. Brown's sworn declaration  in Zam-Buk Book o�� Prophesy for 1808. Free  sample will bo s-ent you on application.  Mention this advert.  FREE   ADVICE  We can only give you a fo w of the ailments  Zam-Buk cures hero,'but if you aro suffering  wc invite you to state your case'to us. Mark  your envelope " Advice." Address to Zftrii-  Biik Co., Toronto, and we will give you  advice free.  Zam-Buk is 30 cents a box, at all druggists  and stores.  4b4>4>  ���m  r$  &H  ni)^^^��^��^  >4)4>ii  For Business Men :  Letterheads,  Envelopes,  Billheads,  Statements,  Receipt Forms,  Business ard s,  Posters.  Dodgers,  Shipping Tags,  For Rent cards,  For Sale cards,  Blotters,  Etc.  *  Society Printing :  Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for Balls, Etc.  Dance Programs,  Concert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  P  rivate ailing ards,  Lodge Printing,  church Printing,  Score cards,  Fine Half Tone  Printing,  Note Paper.  LOOSE LEAF SYSTEM  We have the necessary machinery for doing this class of work, and can furnish you  with billheads no matter what system you are using.  Mining Co.'s Printing :  Prospectus,  Handsome Stock ertificates,  Legal Documents,  Notices of etings,  Special Receipt Forms,  Time    ards,  i :i    fee ports,  Shipping Reports, Etc.  *  Colored Poster Printing:  We are equipped to turn  out the tiest color poster  printing in Southern  British   olumbia.  Work done  in two or three  colors or  in combinations.  NEATNESS AND PROMPTNESS  and the quality of stock used are the main factors that have built us'up the largest job  printing business enjoyed by any printing house in the Boundary country.  Go vernment Street,  Phone 29  Greenwood, B. C.  BBB^amgiBBiaaBBiaMaa*^^  r��<n   the quickest  /r^-% tw^tt*  ^ cough exceed  S*!ugfi-  <ijj?  *     JUT  Get a bottle to-day from your druggist  it doesn't cure you   qujckhr   thun  you ever tried he'll give you }  ���stsseBaasaMaj  ���f r-  iii y tiling-  Shiloh's is the best, safest, surest and quk-kiv't moduli  and colds. It has been curing- coughs and tv-ld:; !o  25c, 50c, and Si.00 n bottle.  our mouc  f.'i- vour ehikhvn's cow:-lis  ire  Crj.  SCHOOL REPORT FOR  -OCTOBER  Division I.���J. L. Watson  Pupils actually attending       22  Average daily attendance  18 50  Percent tge uf regularity :  84 09  Pupils present every session: Nelli:  IJyr.uit,    [roue   Cr.iwfjr.l.      Frederick  Jayn-s,   Marj >ry   McArthur,   Frances  Rowe.  Division II.���II. G. MuiTatt.  Pupils actually attending       35  Average daily  attendance  30.18  Percentage of regularity...  86.22  Pupils present every session: Ernest  Anderson,Henry Anderson,Jean Craw  lui'd, George Eales, Mildred  Hancock  Esther Lawson,  Alice  Mason,   Katie  Mathieson, Eileen Oliver,  Hazel   Red-  path, Edith West", Mary Semerad.  1 Division III.���CM. Martin.  Pupils acually attending. 34  Average daily attendence. 30.69  Percentage of regularity. 90 26  Pupils present every session: Ernest  Archibald, Leo Barnett, Jean Coles.  Edward Crowley, Arthur Eales, Anna  McKenzie, Roy May, Donald McAllister, D..niel" McKee, Mabel Macdonald,  Grace Redpath, Vera Redpath; Wen eel  Semerad, Dick Taylor, Tom Taylcr,  Jack  Wilson, Jessie Davidson.  "WE ARE KING."  Mr, David B. Gaily presenting  Mr. Walker Whiteside's great  comedy success "We Are King?"  will be the attraction at the Auditorium on Tuesday, November  12th. This delightful comedy  affords Mr. Gaily an exceptional  oppbl-tunityto'disp^  ted talent. Of the play the  "Louisville Times" has the following to say ;  " One of the ��� most artistic  triumphs of the present theatrical season is "We Are King"  given for the first time in Louisville New Masonic Theatre, last  night to an audience that was as  responsive as the most exacting  actor could desire.  The action of the piece centers  around Gustavus Venner, and  Hector, King of. Kahnburg, a  dual role that is most acceptably  filled by David B-Gaily .who has  j^p-cpHfj-q^^  ��i��i  |>"f>^"f>,f^*f>,<f"f),f>,f)"f),f),,<f#  The label on your paper shows the date to "which  your subscription is paid. If behind, let us hear from  you.     You are one of many.  not hitherto been largely known  in this histronic world, but with  another season or two, -should  have a better acquaintance with  the play-goers, because of his  present'excellent work.  Possessed of a delightfully flexible resonant voice, Mr. Gaily uses  it   to  the   best advantage at all  times which,coupled with his easy  presence   and   pleasingly   unobtrusive mannerisms,   makes   him  liked almost from his first appearance.    The dual   role   furniahes  him an excellent vehicle  to   display his versatility, and the ease  with which he   glides   from   the  serious   to   the   rediculous, from  the  stern   to the  opposite, from  the carelessly happy, but unlucky  correspondent,   to   the   crisis of  being   made a  real king, shows  clearly   that    he   has    mastered  many of the finer points of his art.  Manager C. P. Walker  has   surrounded Mr. Gaily with an excel-  cent cast."  AT THE CHURCHES  Anclicax���st. Jude's. Rev. John  Leech-Poeler. B. D., pastor. Services  at 8 a.m., 10:45 a.m. Sunday school,  12   p.m.      All sents free.  ' Fkkskvtkkian���Services will be con  diictt'd morning and evening. 11 a.m.  and. T 30 p.m. He v. M. 1). McKee, Pastor.  MicnionisT���Rev. V. .1. Rutherford,  13.A., will conduct sei v::cs a-', us'.iil a*:  Methodist Church morning and evening  Sunday School at 230.  Catholic.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. nt.; vespers and-benediction at 7:30 p. ni.; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Ritv. J. A. Bejjard, \). M. I.,  pastor.  OUE GUARANTEE:  NO PAY um��Kss cxrasD  8  I  \  cialssS, CosBSsiS ��a�� ����  ���   If you auiao* call, writ* fcr Srsp-tsai Blank.  e     Many ouea can hv curai U jam..   AUaw-  I  _ W�� er�� jtttt 009 CDtasIetioff mar tarcs-  tietb jrew u apcdaSsts ia Btao'4 Sasntsa.  During fb��a*�� year* of d��a aggfirattoy Ito  ��� slngla cUes et niiwati -co iyxe. cncln.  atad aoi ptxieatni tkm oa\y Kfontific end  cartais nrmtharii by wtncSi those <&sa*sa an  cured, tf wo usef* year can for tn��t-  maBt, a cm �� bat a vaiMat cf a naesaatfa  tinm.  We paaraatM vnsry maa a Hfoloae  euro for Varleo��l*D> Hy<Sro����3a, nreth-  raJ ObstrusUotu, Eteo*S and Skin Dls-  easot, Proxta.Ua Treablea, PU��s, Fistula, Loss of Vital Powar, Kidney,  Bladder and Ssoelal DUasjes. We  ospoeluU; offer oaf tSLrrtBes to thoee  who aro tLQlleUdwiUi-woa^nsM^ao a  r Midt of Uifil? own Yelllei cr ezassaes.  ~- Our methods ara uis-to-<!At��, end  are endorsed by Um> hlffhsst njodlcol  authoritlee of Enrols sod America,  Hence our success la the treatment of  Men's Dtee*E��83. Ramaintrer, our spo-  clalty Is limited to tha tUsoase* cf MRH  and UEH eajy.  We covsr tbe eatoo OaW ef Btirrsno,  ehronle, <Uaj>-eeated aad e��*jarlleatad  dUeaaes.  CONSOLTATIOH FREE.  ru caastot call, *t*rrit�� &  y caaea can bs cursil -  napoadcasa emtftbaliai.  SCOTT  MEDICAL COMPANY  lttfl Merita St. G.r. Tirai A*^,  SEATTLE, WASH.  ass;  ft  te  1|  $4-  ii  tt.  i i.  fa-  It  ���*-, A  \0.  tt.  ���it  I  1  1  1  ii  a.  n  a  E  it  it  A A  &  'Ur  FBSRP  tministeiv B8 C.  II  .*&/,  A't ���  4.%  Xr  V ty  E  te  it-  VA  II  Synopsis of Canadian Nor.tli-west  Homestead Re?u!ations,'  ANY even   numbered -"section  of   D^niiiiiOii  Lands in .Manitoba.  Sasltatcliewan   anr  Alberta, exceoting* S and 26, not  reserved, ma  be liomeste'ailed by any person who is ihesul  bead of a family.-or any male over 18  years o  air��. to 'bi> e.xlpm of onequarter section ofli'o  acres, more or lees. .**  Entry must be made personally at the local  laud office for Uie district in whicb tbe land is  situate. .,,.'..'���������.  The homesteader is required to peiform tlie  conditions connected therewith under one of  the following plans:  (1) At least six months'residence upon ��� a.nd  cultivation of the laud in each year'for-'thro-  years.  (2) if the father for mnttier, tf the father i*-  duceased), of the''homesteader, resides.* upon *���  farm in the vicinity of the laud entered for, the  roquircmentR as to residence may be satisfied  by such person residing-with the fatier or  naotlicr,    ������������ '���   "*''* ��� "''-"*  -'-'*' *���*-----���- -  (3 If the settler has his pe^Ilanetltresidenc������  upou farming* land owned by him in the vlcin-  'Uy ofrhis homestead, the requirements as to  residence may be satisfied by residence upon  thesaid land.    .    Six months' notice in writ! njf should be given  to the-Commissioner of Dominion Lands at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  ';���"���' Vi. w. cort, ;���.  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N.B���Unauthorized publlcat'uu of this ad  ortipinient will 1*01 ti jsid for. 32-J9  LAND REGISTRY  ACT.  TAK15! NOTICK that au application'* has  Iwen made to rorister Edmund T. Wickwire as owner in Kee Simple, utuler a Tax Sale  Deed from George Itirketi Taylor, Collector of  Municipality of the City of Greenwood, to  Edmund T. Wickwire, bear'tU'.' dale J.be Hub day  of August. A.D. 1*307. of al and sinifiilar that  certain parcel or iract of laud and piemises  situate, lying and being in the City of .Gre'n  wood, in the Provinceof Ilrilish Columbia.ninre  particularly .known arid ile-cribed as��� Lot Nine  (9) Ulock Ten (10) Map Ttiiny-fotir (34) in City  of Greenwoofl. ���  . You and each of you are ipquired to contest  the claim of Uie tax 1 tirrliaser williln foily-five  days from the date of the service of ill's notice  up-in-you-i-aiid In'defatiVt-of-a-oaveat r.rc?r;ifivate=  of lis pendens being tiled- and in default of redemption��� within such period, you will be for  ever estopped an*! d��*barie<l fiom setting up auy  claim to or in respect of the s:.id land, and 1  shall register Edmund T. Wickwire as owne-.  thereof. ..'���������  Datcil at Laud Registry Ofiice, Kamioops,  Provinceof Itiitish Colunibin, this Tivcuty  Ninth day of August, A.I). 19ii7.*  W. H.  EDMONDS,      "  District-K i-pis-M.-ir.  To SAMUEL BOND, Ksq.-*'. 7t  0<><I<><K><><><HK>OOC>'"^KX>C><}<3-00-*>0  0  JKAILWA YJ  ?������- : o'  1    '��������������� I  0  ?  0  1  'i  t  HIS  SPACE  SELY^  ...V,,;;'VV.; '       t  Wc will have a HOLIDAY AN- o  NOUNCEMKNT in lime for you %  to plan that TRIP to THE EAST   $  ���������:'.���  A 5  Best of Service and Accomodation. All communications addressed to your L,ocal Agent or  the uudersigned will be attended  to promptly.    C ill on or write  J. MOE, E. J. COYLE,   5  D.P.A. Nelsou       A.C.P.A.Vaucoavsr     $  S.    R.RHDPATH,    AGENT ��� 9  �� GREENWOOD, $  0000000<>0<KK)000<><>(>0<><K><>*>0<>  THE  ",^-  -- j v^-*;>*;v1,.-> -  -l-v^*  LAND NOTICE  Osoyoos Land District. District of Yale  /���HAKE NOTICE that we A. J. Hughes and  L Sam McOriiioiid, of |-.hoit. 1!.C. Occupation Carpeuti'i* and St.in.' Keeper, intiuid to apply for porini^sinii to purchaso the foliowin(.'-  described lands: -  ConiiueiuMu^ nt a pnst planted 4-:) chains in a  southerlv diriii:ii<>ii from a C I'.R. Survt.-y l'art  marked N.E. C<*i in-r. Lot 27-li. thence S..1UI1 -to  chains, tlience west .-">) 1.hains, theno; north -4i!  chains, thence east *+.) cliaius to place of com-  mencenu:-'iU, ,12'i acre.^ more or U:^s.  A. J. HUGHES.  SAM  McOKMOND.  Dated October Hlii. 1'��17.  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations.  ANY available Dominion Laud���* withi 11 the  Railway Hell in HriiiM-. Coljiubia. 111 :iy b-  home-.tc:','.led by any person .who is tlie -.oli;  bead p( a family, or any 111.lie over i.S yi-ars of  :!(,'!���, to the extent of oue.<iii. rt^r secti.nl of io 1,  acres, more or le>~.  Entry must be made personnlly at tlie local  land office for the district in which the laud is  situate. Entry by proxy may, hu'.ve.ver. be  inabe oil certain conditions by tins father,  mother, son, daughter, brother or sister nf an  in tend inir homesteader.  Tin- homesteader is rei|ttin-d to perfnrni ilu:  conditions com.eiied therewith tt 11 iter ono of  tilt? followiny pilaus:  ���1> At least six uioiiths' resideiii*.> upon and  inltivatiou of the land ill each year for three  years. u  [1; If the father ior mother, if tin- father is  deceased/, of tho homesteader resides upon a  .'arm in the vicinity of the land entered   for."  requirements as to  residence  may   foe   s.m~tieil j  bv   such   person    residing    with   tlie failiei*  o>- 1  1 iiiolher. j  pi If the settler lias   bis perm:i-..:,it iv-i.!.-:i. r !    _ ] upon fa r mi 11 y land owned by bio: In   lb     t.- iri ti- ;  .   ....   iity  ifllis  homestead,   tin;   reif.iliv neius   as   ti-;'  NOTICE is herebv -iven that   1- davs fr. m ! residence may be sa i>l*rd   by   r.-Meiuv  up'.n !  ' date  I intend to  apply   to  tiie   Hon.   -lie I Hf said land. ,  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works -or I Six months* notice in wriiini: -.l...-.iel be -^y<:n i  permission to purchase the l'o:-.o'w;ni."!es..:ii!i--d j to the .Commissioner of D..Mi:ni..ii L.inds at j  tract of land, situated iu tbe Keitl-   Kiver V.il-    Ottawa of intent ion to.i.,;.:*.  ! -r   ;-.;-.e;:t. ,  lev lVe.-t of Midway, con: iio.-ui-iu*.' at a post I Cini-.-Coal mininu' 1 iy'iits m.i. in-b-ase.l for j  planted at the .-n:...''.e in tio-   -..i:-b   boundary   of   a period of twenty-one  ve.u*s     at -on    .1-..-.aal  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. 15, IVOfi)  Is a dozou books in ono, cov<-ritii; ihe  history, Geography, Geology, CIr-m-  istry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Tcrmin-  ology'rtJses^StatisticB aiid'ETtiaiTi-ciTof-  Copper. It is a practical book. Pieitil  to all and necessary to most nu-n tn-  jfaged in any branch of the Copper  Induetry.  Its facts will pass muster with the  trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by tiie everyday man.  It gives the plain facts in plain Eng--  'ish without fear or favor.  Its  lists  and describes  4626 Copper  Mines  and  Companies  in  all patU of *  the   world,   descriptions nmiiino; from  two lines to sixteen  pages,  according  to importance of the property.  The Copper Handbook is conceded to  worlVs siiio mm  1 mm  The Mining Man needs the book for  the facts it (jives him ahout initios,  mining aud the metal.  The Investor needs the b".k for the  facts it (.fives htm.abiu;. 1: *>������*,'. mining investments and copti-- -,;:.tisiics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English.  Price is So in Buckram with gilt top:  S7.50 in full library morocco. \Vi!I be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be retarue 1  wit'nin a week of receipt if v.r.\ found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  45.? Postoffice Block. Houghton,  Michigan.  You   can "double  Ladies' Calling Cards, Holland  Linen,   neatly    printed.   Times' | le!~ ";��"-' s';"!: ^."t"':1^"1 -'7 l-"'"  7 jl east aloni,'   the   soath   ooiuulary    uf I.or .-.14. 4.:  Office, $1.50 per box  Lot 514, tlience :-ontii ,-' ci:e.iii-_  m-'re "r less   to  the ('o'uinbia and 'iVesleril    lofihvay    Ki/h'.   of  Way.-.iieiH-o  in    a Xortn     Westerly   direction  alonjr the said liijrlitof  U'ay 4.'i chains more or  !:  boundary of   Lot 514. thence  40  I chains more or.ie-.s io the point    of   commence  : merit. i:onlainiil^4.1 acre.; more or less.  ! 4th October. IWT. C. A. V.. SHAW  a period of twe.iHy-on  rental of Jl per acre. N'oi ni.re tli.��u J.5i>tj  acres shall b.- in ���.<!������; to "-\- in !';-.*..;���.;...1 or j  co.upany. A roy.tlt v at iii ��� it:..- oi -'������ .-^ .-:���:: ;  per ton shall be collected o ; the ni. r\-i:a-,it:il)'..' j  coa*' mined. !  \v. \V. co!:y. \  Deputy of tiie  Min'ster of the 1 ii o-ri. .r.      1  X. IL ��� Ij nautiioi 1/e.l   ptildieatioii ol    tiiis   .id- '  vcrtiseiiicni will not bep.��id for.  usmess ny  your  advertising in The  Boundary Creek  Times    :    :    :    :  rqri&se*it%+frm^ >S.  ��'������*'  m*  n  TUST RECEIVED A CAF OF  $ m  ISM  St3&3 *ps^  ,&*  ?^1  Dr.   Mathison, dentist, Naden-  Flood Block.  No,  18 Wonder  Air  Tight  ������    20  ������  "                      s  "   22    ���   "  "  "                ���  ��� ������    24  i)  "                ���  ���''   26  h  "                ^  "    25 Canuck  Air T  ight Metal Top  ���!l  * (  20 Premium Souvenir  ;>3       " "  26  22 Soscdalc Box  25       >��� >��� ,  30       " " ��  36        " " ���>  i'  3.00  3.50  4,00  4,50  5.50  12.50  12,50  15,00  20.00  9,00  11.00  14.00  18.00  Mrs.  R.  C.  G".  White  will be  at home  on  third Friday  of  each  month.  W. B. Willcox, Editor of the  Phoenix Pioneer was visiting in  Greenwood on Tuesday.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings  R. D. McAllister, his wife and  mother left for Vancouver on  Tuesday.  Miss Mabee, of Hampton,N.B.,  is visiting her sister, Mrs. PeTcy  Hallett.  15 Air  "isht Souvenir/  %\  18    "  12 Oak Souvenir  16  -Ci1  ind  /  /  i>  18.50  22,50  12.50  15,00  18.00  S m  s Ml  irit  n  m  Vi  P  IJMVv1  ill!  m4 A  COMPANY,   LTD.  HARDWARE' s clothing groceries  R. T. Lowery came in from the  coast, last (Tuesday) night, tired  of  wandering���Nelson News.  For Sale or Rent Pianos, Sewing Machines, Organs, Etc. A.  L. White, The 2nd Hand Man.  Phone 16.  A. M. Whiteside is expected in  Greenwood from the coast on  Sunday next.  B. A. Isaacs, of the Nelson Iron  Works was in Greenwood on  Tuesday^and Wednesday.  McRae Bros., Ltd., report the  the receipt during the past week  of large shipment of toys and  fancy goods for the Xmas  trade,  Mrs. Chas Brandon left on  ���Monday last for. a visit to her  home at San Francisco, Cal. Mrs.  Brandon will remain in the south  most of the winter.  ONLY ONE QUALITY���THE BEST  ONLY ONE PRICE   60c PER    LB,  C. J. Wilaon, of P. Burns & Co.  ' made a short trip to the Similka-  meea last week.  W. Laughtou. late of the Midway Star, was visiting his confreres in Greenwood on Wednesday.  G. Runciman, of Vancouver,  takes R. D. McAllister's place in  the Dry Goods department of tbe  Hunter-Kendrick Co.  One of the horses of the fire  team was taken away dead on  **oaday morning. Death is  thought to have followed some  atoaaach trouble.  To Mr. and Mrs. H. McKinney,  of Mother Lode, a son was born  on the evening of Friday, November 1st,at Sacred Heart Hospital.  R. T. Lowery, Editor of the  Ledge returned to town last night  after a fifteen day's trip to the  coast.  -S  ~  J- D. Spence has' moved into  the house recently occupied by  Chas. Brandon.  A. E. Braithwaite and P. O.  Donaldson returned from their  holidays on Sunday. While away  they paid a visit to W. Hassard  at Bridesville.  New Stoves and Ranges at co3t.  Just 2 of the old style ranges left  sale price $45. House furnishings  of all kinds. A. L. White (he's  selling out.)    Phone 16  Dr. W. E. Spankie, of New  York city arrived ia Greenwood  this week. He ia a nephew of  Dr. Spankie of this city. He will  begin to practice here immediately .-  GREENWOOD,   B.C.  For the last twenty years this Fine Tea has been,  imported directly from Assam, China. It. is a  straight, pure Assam Tea,notablend,and coming always from one Garden the flavor is always the same  Dr. G. M. Foster left on Tuesday for Chicago and New York.  While iu the East, he will take  some some   special work   in   the  mm  WM  >i����l  ���m  '���Xll  OS  *;<n  m  m  i  :7-\  41ways Ask for  "It's very pretty,"  may   truth  fully be said of most of the WaU line ot hi�� Passion  Duncan Mcintosh returned from  the   North   Fork on Monday, ho,Paper in our   fresh  new   stock  had been away about five days,  covering some inspection work  there.  Mrs. W. C. Thomas entertained at cards on Wednesday afternoon of last week at her home at  Boundary Falls. The winners of  the prizes were Mrs. John L.  Coles, Mrs. (Dr.) Oppenheimer,  Mrs. B. T. Steinmel.  McRae Bros., Ltd.  Dr. Matheson, J. Grier and A.  M. Davidson attended the meeting of the Greenwood Typographical Union at Phoenix on Saturday last.  Good Cheer Sunrey Steel Range  is the latest and best on earth.  See them, they are guaranteed.  A, L. White, The O I.C. Furniture Man.    Phone 16.  Dr. F. Montizainbert.of Ottawa  and Dr. Watts of Victoria, w��re  at Midway on Wednesday arranging with DrOppenheimer,D-H.O  for the stationing of a guard  there to hold any suspicious cases  of easterners crossing the Boundary line. Special precautions  are being taken all along the line  to prevent the spread into Canada  of the Bubonic plague.  /���?"*?  IMPORTERS'  <A$  mMAwmmmmsm  &  E, A. Boak of the B.C. Smelter  brought into camp early in the  week a fine mule tailed deer. It  is,said that the animal was taken  only' about six miles up Boundary  Creek. Many - is the man who  has travelled far on the hills  without seeing the sign of an  antler. ., There's no place like  home.  H. E. Macdonell, of Nelson,  was introducing W. C. Bowles,  his successor as General Freight  Agent of the C.P.R?. to the busi-  'fiessTn"en~of Greenwood aud vicinity on Wednesday and Thursday;  S-O-OOOOOMC-OCOO&O-OOOO&O^OOOOO-'  CK><>0<>0<>000000<>000<>(>00000  /it'   '���  pi  %om  Ladies' Calling Cards, Holland  Linen, neatly printed, Times  Office, $1.50 per box  Miss Marguerite McKinney, of  Mother Lode, was the holder of  the Scholarship coupon 393 which  took the Scranton School prize at  P. W. George & Co's store. Miss  McKinney did not know of her  good fortune until she saw it in  The Times on Saturday last.  I have decided to close out all  the goods in the Red Front Store  and reduce the New Stock of  Stoves in the O.I.C. Store all at  cost prices. I will continue to  handle   second-hand   goods   and  will take them" in'~exch ang-e for.  new goods. A. L. White, The  O.I.C, New and Second Hand  Man.    Phone 16.  Now is your opportunity to  have your Christmas' Photos and  satisfactory work by Trueman of  Vancouver, who will be here for  ten days, commencing November  23rd.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  c  ?  <-,  o  o  r,  I  <*.,  C  6  O  0  s  0  "IP'S  Jl  c-  decided to close out the Entire  New Goods in the Red Front  Department,  V**- TT' ,-f>,VfZ'K tY if' S-*?t "0 W^a  D-.-7  ir'.in  of i)ro*-  sizes',  Spring  !  ed Ivinni,  o  r>  O  O  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  c  scrs, St:inds, ChilTonniers, Ward-  Ladio'   becretaires,  Roll   Top  Tables   (Centre and Extension),  Mattresses.   Blankets,   Quilts,  faitle Covers and Draperies, also new  Sim: oi" Art S'.jiuiros. Ku^s.Matting, and Linoleums..  The Goods arc a Nice* New Up-to-date  Well Assorted Lot*    Ail Floor Covering just from Factory*  Trunks.  kiit   Cases  and   other  Traveling  included.      -All must go.  Terms-Strictly Cash.  Bags  t*--;^  ^A>-  i�� li  - V  ,     MINB  Granby Mines   Snowshoe........... Phoenix  Mother   Lode     Deartwood  iBrookl*yn-Stemwtiider^-7r.-^--Ehoenix===  Fawhide ..���...'....' Phoenix  Idaho, Phoenix  Phoenix  Sunset, ������������ Deadwood  Mountain Rose Summit  Athelstin-Jackpot    Wellington  Morrison '. Deadwood  B. C. Mine... ....Summit  R. Pell ��� Summit  Emma ..' .'    Summit  Oro Denoro   Summit  Senator ...Summit  Sulphur King Summit  Brey Fogle Summit-  No. 37   Summit  Reliance     Summit  Winnipeg Wellington  Golden Crown     Wellington  King   Solomon. W.   Copper  Big Copper W. Copper  No. 7 Mine : Central  City of Paris White's  Jewel Xong Lake  Carmi West Fork  Sally        West Fork  Riverside Vvesl Fork  Providence Providence  Elkhorn ., Providence  Skylark Skylark  Helen Skylark  Bonnie Bell   Crescent   Don Pedro   Mavis i   Strathmore..   Rambler   Preston   Prince Henry Skylark  East Chance Skylark  EPU. Mine Skylark  Bay Skylark  Ruby Boundary Falls  Republiu Boundary Falls  Miscellaneous       1902  1903  1904  camp 190��       1'01  Phoenix    64*553   231,762 309,858 393,718 548,703  297    ���    1,731 20,800   71,212  5,340     99,034 141,326 138,079 174,298  ..'.V*. ...            ...       25,950  1,200  19,494  802  550  47,405  650  7,455 15,731  5,646  3,339  19,365  3,070  3,250  1,759  4,586-  1076  1,040  785  2,250  875   .  625  665  482  ���2,000  160  350   .  890  -  150  14,811  560     8,530 22,937 37,960  15,537 16,400  ..;     363  3,450  222  ...  364  33  2,435 ...  1905  653,889  174,567  55,731  ^25;i08_  3,056  4,747  9,485  3.007  1,833  33  1906  S01.404  8,426  104,120  140,685  ~"26,"032_  2,960  48,390  4,555  1,345  12,881  6,404  1907  WEEK  607;122  22,080  132,409  5,480  201,945  3,950  44,004  ~ "63,219"  ��� >i  15,092  29.949  ��� ������  4.192  ...  649  1.370  11,237  7.  11,955  ���������  150  219  993  400  726  325  52  ;-r  Furniture Man  'HOME 16.  5>  6  O  %  6  150  80  3,230     3,456  325  167  500  SO  300  60  750  30  245  770  150  535  80  20  90  40  26  20  689  255  73  20  500  586  30  86  ������I  1,140  150  589  45  140  76  ���20  15  55  60  700  20  212  20  171  30  20  omes First  A fact which, is easily proven by OUR largely  increasing sales on all lines of 'GROCERIES''  This week we have received a fresh shipment of  's Star  AND  Swift's Premium  Hams  AND  Bacon  One trial of these goods will we feel sure, make  "YOU" if you are  not already, One  of  Our  ���    "REGULAR CUSTOMERS."  Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd,  j{ ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tyty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  4��  ty  ty ���^   % SPECIAL  % 10 Consolidated Smelters at $102,50  ty ���  4��  mm stocks  _ajl: ,.-������'-���...._��� '"  '��� ������  ��� ���������   ,' , ,   ���  B.C. Copper  International Coal  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.  % Opposite Post Office.  fttyty tyty tyty tytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyik  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  *��  ty  ty  !��  ty\  *!���  ty*  *i;  tyi  *;  ty  A������#��#a��0������6����9��#aa����*((90a������������0��a����������*a����������  ��� >j  UfcALtKS "IM  ��  a  ��  a  a  o  ��  ��  ft  ��  ft  ��  a  e_  "��"  a  ft  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  a  ��  ��  a  .��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  cis$36����fto^��������aaaftftftft��ao��������ftfta��'Nv^wft��������ea��������ft����a����:  ?re$b and Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry*  ft si  ��'  ��  %  ��:  ��� '  ��  ��  ��  ft.  �� .  *il  M  ��4  a,!  ��;f  *'}  Si  oil  nter  o-o;  oooooooooooooooooooooooc oooooooiKmooooooaoooooooo  Total  tons       SmeLer Treatment  Granby Co Grand Forks  B.C. Copper Co Greeuwood      ...  Dom. Copper Co Boundary Falls      ...  Totil tons reduced.    62,38/  97,600    390,500   5C6.816   690,422 829,708 934,708 1,164,034     1,124,260    31,510  62,387   230,828   312,340 401,921 596,252  117,611    148,600 162,913 210,484  132,570   30,930  687,988     838,847    602,263  210,830 ���   121,031   335,425  S4.059     218,811     156,900  22,527  7,205  348,439 460,940 697,404 837,666    9S2.877 1,178,689 1,094,588 ' 29,73:  We have just received a shipment of fine  English Goods for Fall and Winter Suits  and  Overcoats        s .  Best of Workmanship and no advance on  former Prices si: t   '       .  COPPER ST,  GREENWOOD, B.C  fl  if  *|  (I  iq*BFLWJgm8&m^Jm*3r&^


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