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 VOL. 11  GREENWOOD, B. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 28,  1907.  China and Glassware at  Less Than Cost  Owing to our increasing music stock  we are forced to close out our China  and Glassware to make room/ so We  offer you any  piece or pieces of this  stock at  Everything is marked at regular price  and you get it at half price* no re^  serve,    First come, first served*  B&ffl^sBaaaaigga CO       I TD   K&-W^v;,sggiag  a as mmwiw.M.iJTO eaewBHuwujMB ��pi i  =aa��Bg-'*��i^^  Our  stock of Shirt Waists and Shirt Waist  Suits,   is   the  largest  and  best we have  ever  shown.       It  comprises all  the'  latest and most fashionable styles  in. embroidered  lawn, linen,  'mull, Organdy, and silk,  in   long   and   short  sleeves and at  all prices.  Give us a trial.    We can  please you.  ENDELL & CO  Dry Goods.  Millinery  DON'T  TRUST  YOUR    WATCH  IN.THE HANDS OF AN INEXPERIENCED PERSON. IF THERE IS SOMETHING  WRONG WITH IT BRING IT TO A  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER. OUR  SPECIALTY IS WATCH REPAIRING. .  0URW0RK1S GUARANTEED  A, L0GAN & C��.  Copper Street  Greenwood  w  ==��  ER  All  COPPER STREET  GREENWOOD  ib  ZmM  ew  No.  reenwood s Industries  Told by a Winnipeg Free Press Man to the Prairie People About Our Resour  ces.  Skylsrk Mine  The Winnipeg Free Press re '  eently seat a correspondent into  the Boundary. He has beeu sending a series of interesting letters  to bis paper. Below is given a  part of tbe article dealing with  Greenwood and its industries:  Greenwood, June 15.-The  country to which the reader was  introduced in a previous article is  an area marked by a distinct topographical formation. Following the Cadadian Pacific railway  .route, you enter it at the valley  of Grand Forks, whence the Kettle river, after throwing off a  brauch to the north, crosses the  international border; and you  come out at Midway, where the  river, having returned from its  excursion into Washington, flows  through a sleek and peaceful  valley, whose soft outlines are as  smooth as the surface of a billiard table and a balm to sore eyes.  In this description an impression  is given that the river runs with  the westward, trend of the railway, but it should be borne in  mind that tbe opposite is the  case. Grand Forks is lower than  Midway. From the former city  the Kettle parallels the United  States border to Cascade, where,  for the second and last time, it  crosses over into Washington to  join the Columbia.  There are extensive fruit lands  at both Midway and Grand Forks.  To the north of each place there  is great mineral wealth, which  will soon be tapped by railway  communication; and in the intervening country (where a few big  mountain monsters have wandered by mistake among smaller  fry) are groups of copper-gold  mines in active operation. Into  a low grade district have also  "stfayed-a~~huruber" of high-grade  mines, such as the Skylark and  Providence, the latter being  among the dividend-paying undertakings of the Boundary country.  The   B.   G.   Copper   company,  who have   a   smelter  at Greenwood,   and   mines at  Deadwood  and Summit camps, together with  oilier properties iu  the state of  Washington,   is  the   second big  producer of copper, their smelter  receipts of ore from January L to  June 9 amounting to 112,280 tons,  as compared with 220,553 treated  at Granby, and 60,513 at the Dominion Copper company's works,  Boundary Falls. ��  The Mother lode mine, which  is at Deadwood, three miles from  Greenwood, with which it is connected by means of a spur track  from the  Canadian  Pacific  rail  way, is second only to the Granby  mine at Phoenix. The latter,  however, is a great de;il more extensive. Last week's shipments  of ore illustrate this forcibly.  While the Granby's output of ore  was 12,621 under adverse conditions, the Mother lode was only  4,400 tons under, perhaps, easier  circumstances,   the   B.   C.   com-  to the fore iu actively developing  their property.  IN THE MOTHER I.ODE.  . The writer paid a flying visit  to the Mother Lode, receiving  every courtesy from the consulting engineer, Mr. Frederick Keffer, who has been with the com-  patiy from its inception, having  carried out the initial development.  The first thing at the camp to  attract your notice is the number  of danger boards, mentioning the  signals which warn people of the  tiines and occasions of blasting  and bulldozing, When the glory  hole or quarry was,not as deep as  it is at present, there were fatalities, the writer was informed,  and pieces were knocked ol'l the  houses below by fragments of  hurtling rock. The workings are  very similar to those of the  Granby. On the surface there is  a deep quarry, where the huge  deposits of copper pyrites are being mined in wholesale fashion,  the crest of the hill being literally  Granby mine were also located.  The B. C. company were equally  Smelter of Dominion Copper Company  thoroughly up-to-date, and, iu  common with the Granby at  Grand Forks, turns out a 99 per  cent copper blister. There are  three furnaces, each having a ca-  pacit}T of 650 to 700 tons a day.  The furnaces are exceptionally  well arranged. On one side the  slag is run into pots, which, being on wheels, on rails, are taken  British Columbia Copper Company's Smelter  Mother Lode Mine  pan}''s smelter not having been  closed through want of coke, as  was the Granby's during the recent coal strike.    .  The Mother 'Lode was the first  claim to be staked. This took  place in May, 1S91, aud two  months after the Old Ironsides  and tbe Knob Hill claims of the  ?8fcs*  aSS  r^.<*.*J-;t.tf.ilt>  i Cr '<��r i > ;-���"** fS^T*  SI.VG TRAIN BEING ril,r,KD AT CHE8NWOOU SIIKI.Tfc.K  eaten away. The ore is shovelled through chutes into a tunnel, whence it is hauled over tram  lines to the main four-compartment shaft (having two skips  with a capacity of five tons, a  cage for the men, and a manway  or ladderway), and raised by the  500 horse power hoist to the surface, passed through a crusher,  and thence transferred to the bins  for loading, by gravitation, into  the railway cars.  There  are over  four miles of  underground   workings,  and   the  main shaft is now  down a depth  of 475 feet. The tunnels are well  constructed, affording easycircu-i  jlation  of air  and equally   facile,  j locomotion.    The  bodies  of ore.  j which are being  reached  subter-  I raneously, are richer than   those  I of the glory hole, and increasing  ! quantity of the lower  deposits is  I being taken out.    Close upon 81,-  (000,000   worth of  ore  has  been  mined since 1901.  A MODERN  SMELTER.  The smelter at  Greenwood  is  by an electric motor to the dump  for tipping. Each of the vessels  has a separate motor, which,  whentonuected with the current,  automatically turns the pot, from  which the molten slag pours down  the embankment. The matte is  released on the opposite side of  the furnaces, where the converter  stands are situated; and the vessels are easily picked up by the  traveling crane and their contents  poured into the converters, whose  mouths are lowered to receive it.  There is little else worthy of  remark. The company own, as  well as the Mother Lode and the  smelter, the Oro Denorc, the Emma aud the B. C. mines at Summit; the Napoleou, Washington  and Lone Star, across tbe border;  and the Jumbo and other claims  at Summit, which it is intended  to develop this summer.  ANOTHER GREAT MINING CO.  The third great mining corporation in the Boundary country is  the Dominion Copper Co., who  have a smelter at Boundary Falls,  and own the Brooklyn, Idaho aud  Rawhide, at Phoenix; the Sun3et  and Morrison at Deadwood; the  Mountain Rose, at Summit; and  the Athelstan, at Wellington.  The Brooklyn and Rawhide are  their chief properties. The former is connected with the Idaho,  through whose shaft much of the  ore of the Brooklyn will in the  future be taken out, improvements having just been tqade  which render this possible. The  company's smelter is being furnished with a third furnace,which  will increase the capacity of the  works considerably.  Both the Dominion and B. C.  companies are under excellent  management. Improvements have  been made out of current receipts,  and their properties are now in  such a state that they will shortly  come into the field of dividend-  paying concerns.  When it is mentioned that the  copper, gold and other values do  not average $6 per ton of ore, it  will be realized, by the general  public^that there" has"tefbe much"  economy in handling and treating it. In truth, the placing- of  the mining of the copper sulphide deposits of the country on  a profit paying basis is a triumph  of economy, to which mechanical  ingenuity has contributed an essential part.  The 12 per cent, which the  Granby Consolidated is able to  pay, will probably be attained by  the other companies. But the  good results of the entrenchment  of this industry, behind the firm  walls of careful finance, is not  represented in dividends, but in  the   existence   of   a   prosperous  community, who. as wage-earners, are the best paid in the whole  of the Dominion.  SILVER A.M) GOLD  MINES.  The Green wood  and  Phoenix  Contsmi��! on last page.  ' i  I  4.  p& *._>���- *-* *    ic  &��th  jfSh-     - *  ��f>  DIMPINO SLAG   \T B    C    COPPBtt  CO.'S  SMKLTBR.  Af-  <3*--7-i��b ^������x'tiililU'rlV^^li'riX'UVi/  >3.  Cr*\  Cr*  Cr*-  Cr*  Cr*  <r*\  Cr<\  cr*  <r*\  <r*\  cr*\  lis*  <r^  Cr<:  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000. Rest $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon   President :    I.okii Stkathcona and Mount Koyal, O. C. M. G.  Branches in London, Eng. -j ��MSSft. r Sew York, Chicago..  ���     But  aad sell Sterli.nr Exchange aud Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in auy partfcf the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch,    W. P. PROCTOR, Manager.  ���*=0  >��9  ^JJ23JJJ3JMMJ3JJJJJJJJJJM3J5333MJJJJJ5JJJMJK  THE  b  OF COMMERG  Paid-up Capital,$10,00,000.   Reserve Fund, $5,000,000  Canada's fertile lands by new  settlers; the tariff policy," tbe encouragement of manufacturing  enterprises with low taxation to  the consumer, are all left severely  alone, and tliere is to be nothing-  hut a shouting of graft. aud corruption.  In the record of the Canadian  �����9 | parliament there never was less  ground for a charge of graft and  corruption than at present. The  occasion for this declaration of  policy by the Conservatives has  not arisen because of the prevalence of graft aud corruption, but  because of the dire necessity on  the part of the Conservatives to  find some excuse for its existence.  As a party it has failed lamentably in offering effective criticism  of the general policy of the government.    It now hopes'to win by  SHARPS AND FLATS  BV   f.   MAKVIN  XICHOr.S.  There never was a person with genius  enough to insure success without work.  If you ever reach any ambition you  must literally  "work   your   way to it.'.'  <K>00000<>0<>0<XK��00<)0<>00<>00��  B. li.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  WALKRR, President. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  H. H. MORRIS, Supt. Pacific Coast Branches.  BANK MONEY ORDERS  1S8UHD AT THE FOLLOWING RATESt  $3 and trade?    3c��  ���Dver $5 and not exceeding $1D    -6 cents  "   $10       " " $30......  !3 cents  "   $30      " "       '  $30   15 cento '  'A'hese Orders are "Payable nt Par at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank:  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in tile United States.  NEGOTIABLE AT A FIXED BAYS AT  HIE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  'flioy form an excellent method of remitting small sums of mone>  with safety and at small cost.  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed on deposits from'Sl upwards at current rates.  Greenwood Branch   -   -    -   -   J. T. BEATTIE Manager  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:       "Hallett."  Bedford M'Neltl'B  Moreing & Neal't.  Greenwood, B. O.  :odf.s <  You haven't elbow room? That's  nothing. Make a place for yourself.  Dig up the .'virgin soil. Bore a well-  all the underground streams are not  tapped   You have but to go a-slumming to  find that under worM whose creed is a  wail and whose life is hell. They are  just-beyond-your door. Th s shadow of  the church spire falls over them.    .  CONTRACTOR       .  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in    Sash,   Doors,  Turned   Work  and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  <$        ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  I GREENWOOD,   "B.C.  6 PHONE 65. O  OH>0<K>0<)<>0<>00000<3k>0<K><KK><>00  throwing mud.  It is final and unalterable that  Victoria Conservatives will give  Mr. McBride a banquet, when  the least excuse presents itself.  BLOOD POISON THROUGH  STOCKING DYE  Leiber's  P.M. LAMB,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office-Willi F. W. McLaine.  Coppre Street. Greenwood, B. C  *<$��|Pts  BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  ��� ~*&>W{��fe' No. 38,1.0.0. F.  Meets every  Tuesday E-veniut; al 8 00 in the  .[.. 0, O. F. Hall.     A cordial  luvi tation is ex  tended to all aojournidjr brethem.  E. U. MORTIMER, E. ANDERSON,  N. G. Rec.-Sec  She  -Boundary Creek Times  Issued every fridav  av THB  Boundary CiccK Printing and Publishing  Co., Limited,  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pbk Year      .....   2 00  Six Months _ :. 1 25  To Forbids Countries  2 SO  tfjNION  -ssx.  Lfl.BEL>  -FRIDAY, JttN.EJ28-19(VL  PROVINCIAL SUBSIDIES  Conservative newspapers are  jubilant because the words "final  and unalterable" have been eliminated by the Imperial parliament  from the amendments to the British North American act, and Sir  Wilfrid Laurier is charged with  a sinister motive iu having these  words inserted. The imperial  legislation was based on resolutions passed by the Dominion parliament on March 25th of this  year, and these resolutions were  exactly those adopted by the conference of provincial premiers at  Uuebec in 1887. Here is the wording of the initial resolution  passed at the  Quebec conference:  "That this conference is of opinion  that the basis for the final and unalterable si  "But in 1902 another conference took  place, also in Quebec. At that conference the provinces represented were  Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick,  Prince Edward Island and Manitoba.  Onario and British Columbia were not  represented, not beause they were not  in sympathy with the objects of the  conference, but for other reasons. The  province of Ontario signified its adherence to the resolutions immediately  afterwards, and British Columbia also  gave its assent to them, though claiming-special treatment for itself. The  resolutions adopted by that conference  were identical with those which had  been adopted-at the conference in 1887,  with one exception only, that a further  allowance was claimed with respect to  criminal justice. The resolution on  this subject adopted by the conference  of 1902 was as foi lows.���  " 'Resolved,' that in addition to the  foregoing resolution, the Dominion  government be requested to 'consider  the matterof thecostof administration  of criminal justice conjointly with the  other matters submitted, and in addition to the amounts that may be allowed to the provinces under the claims  above set forth, to a^yard to each an  amount for that purpose commensurate  with the expense necessary to be made  in that regard.'  "The resolutions adopted at the conference of 1902 were submitted to us,  but we considered it advisable not to  take anycaction upon them, but to invite the provinces to a conference at |  Ottawa with the Dominion government,  where we could hear the reasons which  might be advanced in support of the  resolutions and the views which might  be presented against, them. This conference took place in October last."  During all these years the  "words"-' 'fiual^and-^unalterable���  were in .the resolutions, and  although these resolutions were  the basis of consideration at every  conference, neither Premier McBride nor any of his^predecessors  made any objection to- them. It  was not until the astute legal  mind of J. A. Macdonald drew  his attention to this wording in  the legislature last session did  Premier McBride notice them. If  these words are of any real import why didn't Mr. McBride object to them at the conference of  provincial premiers in Ottawa  last fall when he was itching for  something to kick about?  A CHANGE OF POLICY  The worst element iu the Conservative party has prevailed,  against its leader  and  the Whit-  Curious Case at Kingston  While attending to her household duties Mrs. A. Harrison, Place-de-Armes,  Kingston (Ont.), struck her ankle  against a projection which inflicted a  cut. She paid little attention to the  wound at the time,*but in a few days it  became swollen and very painful. A  medical man was consulted, and-it was  then found that the dye from her"  stocking, and had got into the wound  and set up blood poison. Then began  a trying period of pain,', which, had it  uot been for Zam-Buk, might not even  yet have been ended. Mrs. Harrison  says: "The doctor ordered certain  treatment, which I followed out; but  the wound got no better, and refused  to heal. It was most; painful, and  sometimes.I could hardly bear to walk.  I was almost in despair when a friend  advised me to try Zam-Buk. It soon  reduced the swelling and inflammation,  and the pain���so acute before- got.less  and less until the ankle was quite easy.  Then the wound began to heal, and a  little more perseverance resulted in a  complete cure."  Zam-Buk draws the pain and the  poison from a wound atthe same'time.  It heals ulcers, chafing sores, sore feet,  bad legs and varicose ulcers. It cures  insect stings, sunburn/summer rashes,  and heat spots;, while as a cure for  chronic wounds, eczema, prairie itch,  ringworm, scalp sores.and sores due to  blood poison, it is absolutely .without  equal. All stores and-druggists sell at  fifty cents, or post free from the Zam-  Buk Co., Toronto, for price.  in order td be with the crowd, some  would forsake tlieir best friend pud  ignore the saciedness of any bond.  Some day the winds are going to shift,  and these deluded hearts will ' find  themselves woefully in the lurch.  I know some saints who pray and believe in*His blessed keeping, and then  m ike a dive for the storm cellar every  lime the clouds have a little fracas.  c Some, for the sake of a few pennies,  or the sheer chance of keeping in Ihe  lime light, would uot hesitate to heap  tieir calumnies on a whole community.  Life is responsiveness���that's certain. It is said that the shrill scream  of the locomotive, the rumble of tin:  cars, the rattle of the wagons, the  ceaseless whirr of industry, the constant tramp on the pivement���all  sound in the world of nature i.s in the  key of F. There is a common note,  and there is a common chord in every  human heart. It lies motionless, responsive only in the key of F\ The  man whose hand is deft enough to  smile that chord will at once become  the idol of- his kind.  CANADA'S BONANZA  The Australian flings his boomerang  far out into the air. He expects it to  make its circuit and fall again at his  feet. So it is with every act, good or  bad as the case may be, a strange fate  orders that they shall return to the  heart of/ him who started .them on their  journey. A kind word���aud what  makes its* shudder the more���an evil  act completes the circuit and turns  again t'o the soul whence they started.  Thus shall we have our reward for  every deed, whether good or bad.  To Employers of Labor:  Are you conversant with the Workmen's Compensation  Act." The only absolute protection offorded is a Liability Policy. The "OCEAN" Policies, (the largest  accident company in the world, with assets of over  Seven Million Dollars) provides a complete indemnity  against all liability, relieving you from, all responsibility, worry and trouble.     ���  eric W. McLaine,  District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  -���*'.<- ������*���-���  andi  ���%M#>3W>i$  v/<f:-; ****.'*. w  Is  unexcelled, aR  is  evidenced  by  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  its  For Sale at ail Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having  ���ELKHORN!' BOTTLED BEER  fl  . I am now conducting the wood business  formerly owned by. Hugh McKee and am pre-  prepared to supply the best, quality of wood  at lowest prices." Good wood and good  measure.    Phone your orders.  IVERSIBE   LIVERY  The best of Morses and Rigs at all times.  | HAYf GRAIN  AND FEED  STORE  Chopped   Feed,   Hay   and   Grain.  Livery Phone 19. Feed Store Phone 124  Proprietor,  tj����>*'*��"��*"*4i�� (-JM.  *<��-:<m>.x-mx��#<^  <t.  'Greater New York may not resemble  a great mining* district, but it consumes more dynamite than any mining',  district in the United States, has .under  construction about 38 miles of tunnel  and 66 more miles planned. In less  than five years at least 2,000,000 tons  of earth.has been removed in underground work;  'Alaska produced over 7,(50C,000 lbs.  pf_coj)j3er..last...year,-which, compares  with 4,800,000 lbs. in 1905. Extensive  deposits are in the C.etchikan district  and on Prince William sound.  ettlement of the amounts to j ney tactics have been   adopted at  Ottawa. Por years'Mr. Whitney  and his leaders went into the  back townships in the province pf  Ontario and shouted graft and  corruption. R. R. Gainer, a self  Hansard | confessed bribe-taker, was ex-  j ploited as the  particular  hero of  be yearly paid by the Dominion to the  several provinces for local purposes  and the support of their governments  and legislatures, may be found in the  proposals following.'*  In   the  discussion  which   took  place   in    the    house  records the following:  lMr.   Bergeron.     The    right  hon. j tlie party.    These   tactics won in  ���-ntleman has followed in the resolu-! the province of Ontario, and some  thereso--0f tbe Conservatives think   they  !'  can make  them   win   in   Canada  tion which he now  proposes  lutiou of the  Quebec   conference word  for word  "Sir Wilfrid Laurier.    We have, as I ; generally.  will show presently, adopted exactly;     The   policy    of  effective   criti-  the resolutions of 1887. I may say that cism of the   general   acts   of tbe  these resolutions were ratified by the \ Laurjer administration  has  been  legislatures of all the  provinces inter-j , , T , ,      .  Tj    v���h.-       i. ii,       abandoned.      Its    transportation  ested.    Nothing,  however,   took  place j J  ia the direction of carrying them into | policy,   the   opening up   of   new  effect." i districts  by  railways, its  iintni-  Sir Wilfrid also said: ; gration  policy, the  peopleing of  Graphic Story fold.of* the Hudson Bay  Country.  For the past four  months J.A.Osborne, proprietor of the Fort  Francis  Times, has been exploiting  the  north  country around Hudson's Bay on some  mysterious errand.     During  the trip  (he and the guides with him made some  1800 miles by canoe north of the Height  of   Land.      Between    Winnipeg    and  Moose Factory'they ran 42 rapids and  made  17 portages.    There  they got a  boat from the Hudson's Bay company's  factor and sailed across the west coast  of Hudson's  Bay  to Big  Vi hale bay,  the only Hudson's Bay post on the east  side of the bay,   the  factor being the  only~-white   marK     ITrom~there-tffyy  journeyed 300 miles  north   and  found  the remnants of the Lady Head, which  foundered on the Gaskett shoals some  three years   ago.   The   pieces of the  vessel  they  picked  up were the only  remnants which have ever been found.  The Eskimo, Mr. Osborne states, are  rapidly dying off  and  many  of  them  are following the trek of  the  reindeer  to Dabrador, whose   migration the late  Leonidas   Hubbard   went   up   to   see.  Regarding   the   navigability    of   the  Hudson's Bay, to  which  several  railways are now being  built from points  in western Canada, Mr. Osborne stated  that while away he met  Captain   Ford  of    the     Hudson's     Bay     company's  steamer Discovery, who has sailed the  great inland sea for the  past  18 years,  and he is of the opinion  that   there is  absolutely  no   danger   in   navigating  the bay for at least five  months of the  year.    He if also  of the  opinion   that  when the Hudson's Bay route is opened  it will carry*  practically  all  the traillc  from   western  Canada  to  Europe and  will prove a far cheaper means of transportation, especially on farm products.  The country  itself is  exceptionally  wealthy in all  kinds of minerals, and  when  opened  up  will prove to be the  most valuable portion of the Dominion.  The bay itself is teeming with  white-  iish, cod,   salmon  and speckled trout.  The southern and  eastern  portions of  the coast line are sovered  with  heavy  timber,   which   will   be  very   valuable  with   proper  transportation   facilities.  All along  the  southern   shores  of the  bay is a veritable sportsman's paradise,  wild fowl of all   descriptions  covering  the  sloughs  and  lakes   by thousauds.  After thoroughly looking into the possibilities of this far northern country,  Mr. Osborne is of the opinion it is one  of the richest countries  on  earth, and  within   a  very   few  years  will   be the  bonanza of Canada.  - House,'pigri and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor  atiug* promptly done.  25  Send in your* spring orders.  Box 2S5, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  Electric current   supplied   for  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  ,*���     AND .   -  Ore Shippers Agent.  Samples receive prompt attention.  P. O. Box 123     '-. .   "GREENWOOD.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Ella E" Mineral Claim, situate in-the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale District.  Wliero. located:    On Wallace Mountain.  TAKE NO'TICU Uiat I, Isaac II. Hallett,  Free Miner's-Cerliiicate Vo. li'JH-tS. intend,  sixty days from tlie date hereof, to apply to the  Miuiii*,'Recorder fora Ceriificate of Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of my undivided moiety id the above  claim.  And further talce notice that  action,  under  section 37,-must be commenced before the issuance of such Uertilicateof 'Improvements.  Dated this 1-Uh (lay ot April, A.D.190f).  3-1-n . I. H. IIAT.LETT.  v.v V  y V ^  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing .plants, with an absolute  guarantee of contirrcrF yewer  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  > *$* ���*���$�� <%> <%> *%<   <<=>  ^ ���$*��$�� ty-fr ��f* *f ��fr *fr *l* *?* -t* ss  PHONE NO. 20   : FOR-   CHOICE BEEF, PORK AND MUTTON  FRESH FISH    FINNAN HADDIE  SALT HERRING  nagan  Is under  Morrison,  furnished  brands  o  the city.  the  management of  Greig and  The   rooms   are   comfortably  , and the bar -contains  the best  f  wines,   liquors and  cigars  MEAT   C��.  Copper Street  Copper St.  ����J��JIJIUjnuMIIF11  rfiBBESnffli&SB 4  TT      ���  1  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  The spot on the sun we find was  caused from A. L. White & Co.'s ad on  the last page.  Turnouts ii llie   _  1    %s^  *r-*fe*->��-  ��  DRAYING -- We Can Move Anything  PROPRIETOR  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  INBS0R   ��"i��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.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  m THE   BOUHBARY   CREEK TIMES.  r~  Doings Along tlie Kettle River  Cleanliness is necessary for purity in foods, and especially  inbeer.   No one realizes this important fact more than Pabst.  In the great Pabst Brewery at Milwaukee, everything is  as peat and clean as .in your own kitchen. Every grain of  barley is washed and scoured before it is made into malt.  Even the air in which the malt is grown is washed by being  drawn through fourteen zinc screens, oyer each of which  flows-a constant stream of pure water..  The great shining copper brew-kettles are washed and  sterilized before each brew of  eer   of  Quality  From the time the beer is brewed until it is delivered to your home  it never comes in contact with the atmosphere nor with human hands.  Before it is bottled, Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer is forced through wood  fiber filters.    The bottles arc thoroughly cleaned, thru filled and pasteurized.'  Pabst cleanliness, like Pabst purity, cannot be excelled.  When ordering beer, ask for Pabst Blue Ribbon.  Made     by     Pabst     at     Milwaukee  And bottled only at the Brewery.  (J reenwood  Liquor C.->.,  C! reenwood. II. C.  The irrigation canal which is  being constructed by the Ke,ttle  Valley Irrigated Fruit Lauds  Co., from Rock Creek, will now  very shortly be completed for over  four miles.' W. J. Bell has-  the contract for constructing the  flume, and is making good headway with the work. C. J. Luudy  of Midway, is foreman in charge  of the company's work and has  been laying out and grading some  fine' new roads which will materially shorten the distance between Ingram bridge and Rock  Creek, and these roads are a very  great improvement to the district  and the company's property. The  company are going to fence in all  the roads with a strong lumber  fence, which will very considerably add to the enhancement of  the land and give it a neat and  trim appearance.  Mr. W. H. -Norris has now  completed ' planting the 50 acres  for Gen. Godman and 20 acres for  Col. Glossop. Almost all the  trees planted are apple trees. He  has lately been planting potatoes  between the rows of trees with  an up-to-date potatoe planter by  which over five acres of potatoes  can be planted in a day. This  70 acres will very shortly be  fenced iu as soon as the lumber  can be put on the ground.  Some lumber has been dumped  down by the government for tlie  repair of the Ingram bridge,  which was injured and partly  broken down by the late Hoods,  and the inhabitants are anxious l!  to know how loug- it will take to  complete the work, as the bridge  being out of repair, is causing  considerable inconvenience to  everyone in the Kettle valley.  Wages pair! in the famous Cobalt'  district of Ontario are as follows, in-,  chiding* board: Machine runners, S2 50  to S3 per day (S3.25 to S3.50 without  board); machine helpers, $2 to SF2.25;  carpenters, S2 50 to S2.75; blacksmiths,  S3; engineers, 82.75; foremen, S3 50.  The day consists of two shifts of 9 and  9>< hours.  The Star Bakery  Is recog-nzed as the leading bakery in  the  city  for   MACAROONS   and   all  kinds Fancy Pastry. Bread, Cakes and  ~ Buns.    Tel. a65.  F. JAYNES,   -  Proprietor  Irrigated Fruit Lands at Midway  Al  [8.1  We have them from $10 up. 1906 leaves us with three  good drop head machines that we had to take back and  which we are offering at reduced ui:ces. Call and see  them at once,   as  we  have on . f left; $3 a month  takes a new drop head Si^gei "' heeier & Wilsun, the  two best machines on the mark   t today  T^ess than one-fourth of the area of  Alaska has been mapped and less than  one sixth has been surveyed geologic  ally. It is worthy of note that, although  nearly 5500,000 has been spent en Alas-  lean surveys and investigations, this is  less than y> -per cent of the value of  the gtd'd output during the period covered by-the surveys.  *  N. H. LAM0NT, Agent  Copper Street. Greenwood, B. C.  ^JLi/\.DO  $2.00 a Cord  in carload lots f. o. b.  Greenwood.  Get Your Orders in"  early.  DANDY DIXIE MINSTRELS  Will be at the Auditorium Wednesday Evenln-?. July 3rd.  Some of the specially engaged features in the olio with the Dandy Dixie  Minstrels, which comes to the Auditorium on Wednesday, July 3rd, include  the Cotton Pickets' band of matchless  musicians; the Campbell Brothers,  musical comedians; Williams and Stevens, comic impersonators; Toney Trio,  dare-devil acrobats; Benny Jones, the  Texas Teaser; -Richard Barrett, the  greatest colored baritone; H. S.Wooten;  an   Indian   territory   tenor;   and   the  j IEI1H1 LUMBER CO.  'j LIMIT  j GREENW0<  LIMITED. '  GREENWOOD. B.  'il^dMb^^  -������;  a  I  for Business Men :  Letterheads,  Envelopes,  Billheads,  Statements,  Receipt Forms,  Business Cards,  Posters.  Dodgers,  Shipping Tags,  For Rent Cards,  For Sale Cards,  Blotters,  Etc.  &  Society Printing :  Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for-Balls, Etc.  Dance Programs,  Concert Programs,  Professional Note Papsr  Private Calling Cards, ���  Lodge Printing,  Church Printing,  Score Cards,  Fine Half Tone'  Printing,  Note Paper.  LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS  We have the necessary machinery for doing this class of work, and can furnish you  with billheads no matter what system j'ou are using.  -��!  m  "   a  Mining0 Co.'s Printing :  Prospectus,  Handsome Stock Certificates,  Legal Documents,  Notices of Meetings,  Special Receipt Forms,  Time Cards,  Mine Reports,  Shipping Reports, Etc,.  #  ->����)  m  *  Colored Poster Printing:  We are equipped to turn  out the best color poster-  printing in Southern  British Columbia.  Work done  in two or three  colors or  in combinations.        ��� .  NEATNESS AND PROMPTNESS  and the quality of stock used are the main factors that have built us up the largest job  printing business enjojed by any printing house in the Boundary country.  e limes  Phone |29 Greenwood, B. C.  Government Street,  Oklahoma Octette of unrivalled vocalists. The performance begins with a  bijr spectacular first part in the "Royal  Palm Grotto," and concludes with a  screaming funny farce "A Fowl Deed,"  in which Charles Williams interprets  the leading role. Among the ielight-  ful features of this merry and magnificent minstrels is the song features,  -which���abounds -throughout~the pro^  gramme, all the popular songs of the  day, such as "Bill Simmonds," "All  Wise Chickens Follow Me," "Waltz  Me Again Nellie," "Der Ain't Going  To Be No Rine," "The Songs My  Mother Used to Sing," "Moving Day,"  the sweet old-time Southern melodies  and the popular class sons-of Yale,  Columbia, Harvard, Cornell, Williams,  Princeton, Georgetown and University  of Virginia.,  jf "S-T      -f        + TT.  T"i''*},,T-t*-T*T"tTT        +.-?���"���[������        -t-T**-        +        ^- -  ^f      *3T Vlfi  MAN'S INDIVIDUALITY  How One Can Best Study the Suitability of a Suit.  The less money a mm wishes to  spend on his clothes the more import  ant it is that he should give careful  thought to every little detail. A garment which must be worn for a whole  season must be right or it carries with  it discontent whenever donned.  In the web of cloth no man can tell  exactly how the suit will fit his individ  uality when made up. To get the  right effect one must wear Semi-ready  garments. They are made to the  finished-to-ordcr stage, and a man can  try a suit or overcoat on and see just  how its tone and expression suits his  individuality. This effect is only possible in the Semi-ready garment, and  is impossible to produce in any but this  tailoring system.- There is only one  "Semi-ready." Sewn on the pocket is  the trade mark label.  ��� P. W. George & Co. will be pleased  to show you how what "Semi-Ready"  tailoring profits the wearer.  ��� _^, <���  CITY COUNCIL  At the meeting of the city  council Monday evening Mayor  Bunting and Aldermen Desrosiers,  Nelson Sullivan were present.  Minutes of previous meeting read  and adopted. j  J.   Sturtridge of   the city farm  _>vas prewent and reported that he  wits doing the best he could, and in  the fall would clear up more  ground. He has sown ten acres  with timothy, but atthe present  time he wasn't in a position to do  much ploughing. He promised to  have, the fence repaired.  Finance committee's report was  received aud following accounts  ordered paid :  The Ledge...., j ]0.oo  C. ji*. Shaw    i0.oo  The cemetery committee were  authorized to install a hydraulic  ram at cemetery, price not to exceed $200.    "  Bylaws No. 12o, estimates, and  No.  I2G, rates, were finally passed.  A petition from the city merchants was read, asking that the  license on persons soliciting orders  for good? to be delivered at a future date, be increased from $25 to  $50 for six mouths. The petition  was received and tiled aud applicants were asked to attend next  meeting of council and give their  reasons for asking for an  increase.  CELEBRATION  Two whole days of pleasure and sport  Monday and Tuesday,  - -  July 1 -2  List of Events larger and mor  PRIZES  Grand Parade,  Lawn Teunts,  e elaborate thau ever.  - PRIZES  Children's Sports,  Junior Baseball,  Caledonio Sports,  Cricket,    Pony Races,  Firemen's Sports, Football, [.across.   Shooting Tournament.  Grand Street Parade of the Voeckbel & Nolan  Minstrel Show, with their own Brass Baud.  Grand Aquatic Carnival. Boat Races. Canoe Races.  Concluding with au elaborate Pyrotechnic Display and  Illuminated Parade.  The Nelson City Band will be iu attendance each <la7T~~  Excursion Rates from all parts. EVERYBODY CO.ME  His Worship  the Mayor.  G. Horstead,  Wm.  Irvine  Chairman.  W. G. Gillctt,  Honorary Chairman.  Secretary  A"- i'j-vfA?i'A���-?*~\-i -^"-s  Synopsis of Canadian North-west  Homestead Regulations,  ANY even numbered, section of Unniinion  Lands in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and  Alberta, executing-is and 26, not reserved, mav  be homesteaded by any person who is the sole  liead of a family, or any male over 18 years of  a^e, to the extern of one-rjuarter section of 16.1  acres, more or less.  ��� Entry mnst be made personally at the local  land office for the district in which the land is  situate.  The homesteader is required to perforin the  conditions connected therewith under one of  the following-plans:  (1) At least six months' residence .upon' aud  cultivation of the land in each year (or three  years. : :''.;":..���":. .-';*  (2) If the father (or mother, ii1 the father is  deceased), of the homesteader resides upou a  farm in the vicinity of the. laud entered for, the  requirements as tn residence may be satisfied  b3- such person residing with the father or  mother,  (3 tf the settler has his permauentresidence  upou fariuinif laud owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to  esidence may be satisfied by residence upon  the said land.  Six mouths-' notice in writing- should be (riven  to  the Commissioner of   Dominion  Lauds  al  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  W. W. CORY,-  Dcputy of the Minister of the Interior  N.K.���Unauthorized  publication   of   this ad  verlisemeiU will not be paid  for. 32-59  OC-OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  Notice of Six Applications for Special  Timber Licenses.  NOTICE i.s hereby given that tliirtv davs  after date, we intend to applv to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Land and "Winks fora  special license to cut and carry away timber  fromjthe following described lauds,:  No. 1. Commencing at a post planted ou the  norili side of i upper creek and about one and a  halt miles from the uaiii Kettle river i��nd  about one mile from the west line of C. I*. K.  lot No. 2711, and running west 1(,(* cliiin.s,  thence north 40 ch^iiisrtiience*"east_i(>n cluiius.'  thence south 40 chains to point of commencement.  > Dated May 30th, 1*507.  No. 2. Commencing-at the southeast coiner  of No. J. and running south 4U chains, thence  west 160 chains, tlience north 40 chains, thence  east 160chaius to puiut of coiuiueujcmeni.  Dated May 30th, l'J07.  No. 3. Commencing at the nprtliuCat corner  of No. 1. and running south SO chains, thence  west SO chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains to point of commencement.  Dated May 31st, 1W7.  No. 4. Commencing at the northwest corner  of No.3, and running south su chains, tlience  west 80 chains, tlience north SO chains, thence  east 80 cliaius tn point of commencement  Dated Mav 31s1,l'X)7.  No. 5 Commencing at the northwest corner  of No. 1. aud 1 mini 11 j- west SO 1; lining,' thence  uorth SOcStalns, tlience van io chains, thence  south .SOchaius to point of commencement.  Dated June 1st, \<xfl.  No. d. Commencing* al the southwest 1 orui'i*  of No 5. anil running west so cliaius, thence  north SRi chains, thence eaut ISO cliaius, ihciife  South SOchalns to poiut of i-otiiiiiencemeitt.  Daled June 1st. l'flj".  Yai.k Columbia I.i.'mi-.ick Co.  STAGE OFFICE   AND-  GSGAR STORE  Stages leave daily for Ferry,  Wash., Mother Lode Mine, and  Phoenix. West Fork stage  twice a week.  COMPLETE LINES OF  PIPES, CIGARS and  TOBACCOS.  J. A. CMENIER,  PROPRIETOR  fa.  r^S -  l-.w  f-4  ���jBgk-^5.  <��i*��&i  Ha^sl���  m-  OUR GUARANTEE:  NO PAY UNLESS CURED  When You Need a Specialist, Consult One of  Wide Experience.  , W�� ar�� ju��t nv completing car twin-  tietli year <��� ipccialuts in men'* diteatci.  During tbe���� jrear�� of clo��e application to  a tingle cUai ol ailment* we have oriein*  ��� led end perfected the only tcientific and  certain methodi by wkith these diieaaei are  cured, |f we accept your ca��e for treat-  ment, a cuie ie but a autter pf a reasonable  time.  We Buarwitet ��v��ry m*n * llfelone  cure for Varicocele. Hydroeole. Urethral Obstruction!, Blood a.nd Skin Diseases, Prostatla Troubles. Piles. Fistula, Loss of Vital Power. Kidney,  Bladder and Spselal Dlseuer. We  especially offer our services to those  who are afflicted with weakness as a  reauU of their own follies or ezaesses.  1 Our methods are up-to-date, and  are endorsed by the hlsrhect medical  authorities of Europe and America,  Henco our success In the treatment of  Men's Diseases. Remember, our specialty Is limited to the diseases or KEN  and MEN only.  We cover the entire field of nervous,  ehronle, deep-seated aad complicated   |  diseases..  CONSULTATION  FREE.  If you cannot call, write for Symptom Blank.  Mxny caeee can be cureJ at Iwm. All cor-  respoadeace coafidential.  R A I L W A Y.I  ���SUMMER EXCURSION RATES  KAST FROM  t:RHnNWOOD  $54.55  To  Witmipey,  Port  Arthur, St.  Paul, Dtilutli, Sioux City.  St. Louts, S62.0S; Chicago, S66.0S;  Toronto,   =80.55;  Ottawa,-S84 CO;  Montreal,SS6.05; St. John,S96.0S; .  Halifax, S103.85.  TICKETS ON SALE  July 3, 4  5,. , Aug-. 8, 9, 10.  Sept. 11, 12, 13.  First-class round trip 90 days  limit. Corresponding reductions  from all Kootenay points. Tickets available for lake route, including- meals and berths on lake  steamers'. Through rates quoted  to any station, Ontario, Quebec  or Maritime provinces on application.  For further  particulars, rates  and folders, apply to,  E. J. COYLE, J. S. CARTER,  A-.G.P.A.V.-iiiconver D. P. A". Nelson  E.    R.    REDPATH,    AGENT    <?  GREENWOOD, 6  (KX>w><��<><H>vx^K>00<)000000000  THE  PER  HANDBOOK  1  fXeu; edition issued Nov. 35, 1906)  Is a dozen books iii one, covering the  history, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Terminology, Uses, Statistics and Finances of  Copper. It is a practical book, useful  loall and necessary to most men en-  tragrid in any branch of the Copper  Iudtietry.  It.-, fact.-, will pass muster with the  trained scientists, and its language is  rasUy imrtcrstood by the everyday man. .  If give- the plain facts in plain Eng-  'ish without fear or favor.  Its lists and describes 4626 Copper  Mines and Companies in'all pat ts of  the world, descriptions running from  two lines to sixteen pages, according  lo i 111 porta nee of the property.  The Copper Handbook is cone  tie the  iceded to  'I  Mid Mining Man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines,  mining and the metal.  The Investor needs the book for the  facts it gives hiiu about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.  Hundred of .swindling companies are  exposed in plain English,  ^l'rice is S.S in Iluekram with t;ili lop;  57.50 iu full library morocco. \\'jil be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and tuav l��: returned  within a week of reti;i|*t "if not found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  ICUilor ami Publisher.  453 Postollice ISIock. Houghton,  Michigan.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE  New Westminster. B. C.  >.  1   hrf:/J^^t-^^j}M^^^^P^^x^^^x  SCOTT  MEDICAL COMPANY  109 MarUa ��.. Cor. Firaf Arc,  SEATTLE. WASH. | }  'I.Mir .ir il.lv sin  or o>ir-.m<.r,--.-iI  L'ain -*-ni:ji-.T-.' ��  tin: *'"it j far-"  tin* :ir>t vfar i  Cell:-".���. in alii!::  N.ti  : ladio**; r.u.l Lroiitlfnifn a-*; rCM-  It-ui-.. 11*1^ a v'.'mplete business  f'U;r-.\ I'rej��arirs stu.lents :>��  t*rti "ii-ait"- ol all trratles. C.iv<...  ���i.iir.f for the U. A% drirrfv. an.l  f tin- of tiie Scliool of Scif m:e  -.ion -.villi  Toronto  University.  ctor^' Course"' for miners  Has a sj.,.oial "i'Tos!*  who work in 1'.. L.  Instruction is also tr-.v.-n in Art, Mus:c. IMiys-  cal Culture ami Elocation. ���.  Term oj.^as September 17. 1907. For calendar  *?���;..   aiirc^s COLUMBIANCOLLEGE  urn  &ti IS^iSli'^iSHiii^^vSffi'^^iSKikllll  ~J2LZ  ^tnawswsMdW^ili^CI^  W69t  as  THE   BOtarNBARY-CREEK TIMES.  Two Piece  Summer Suits  in Flannels and Homespuns  $10 to 13.50  Fancy Summer  Vests  a very neat assortment  $1.50 up.  F PERSONALS  Dr. Mathison,   dentist,   Naden-Flood  block.  Mr. L. A. Campbell   of Nelson,   was  in the city this week.  The   infant   son   of  Mr.   and   Mrs.  Lawrence Canty died on  Monday last.  Evans Bros., the painters,  ar*  busy  this -week on the Pacific hotel.  Charles E- Butler, a mining man of  Omaha, Neb.,was in the city this week.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings.  Frank Claud Shtill and Jessie Edith  Cnilders of Loomis, Wash., were married in the Pioneer hotel here Friday  evening, the -1st inst., by the Rev.  M. D.  McKee,   Presbyterian   minister.  SUMMER UNDERWEAR  in cotton and light wool  $1.25,   $1.50,   $2.00,   and   $3;  T  i:  IL  COMPANY,   LTD..  HARDWARE CLOTHING GROCERIES  The Greenwood Citizens' band will  furnish the music at Republic on   July  4th.    H. V. Fuller and Harry Shallenberger left on Wednesday morning for  Spokane.  Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Keffer are  spending; the week in the Siniilltatnecn  country.  A. W. English has disposed of his  residence an Church street to the Methodist church.  Mr. and Mrs. O. Kundberg of Phoenix, were in the city the first two days  of this week.  liic. HiTs-'TIoney Boy," "Arrah  Wanna,"'" Fairy (Jueeu." Por sale by  the Thomas Drug Co.  Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Kendall leave  the first part of the week for a three  weeks'visit to coast cities.  Miss Maud Winkler of Spokane, is  here for her holidays and is visiting*  with her aunt, Mrs. Robt. Wood.  .Last week' all records were broken  for ore shipments from the Mother  Twode, when 7,300 tons of ore were sent  to the smelter.  Always Ask for  J   LAVJ1  reenwood Clatter  IMPORTERS GEEENWOOD  The oflicers of Greenwood lodge No.  29,-K. of P., will be installed by Duncan Murray, D. D. G. C, ou Wednesday evening, July 10th.  Duncan Ross, M. P., left the first of  the week ou a trip through his constituency of Yale-Cariboo. He will  return about July 10th.  The Ladies' Aid of the English  church wish to thank J.- W. Mellor for  his kindness to them for the use of the  Commercial hotel, in which they held  a very successful social last Tuesday  evening.  .  N. Angrignon, foreman at the Providence mine, has resigned that position  to accept a similar one with the B. C.  Copper Co. at their B. C. mine at Summit camp. Mr. Angrignon will move  his family to Eholt.  It is rumored that the Greenwood  Miners'Union have le ised the Commercial Hotel iSuilding from J. W.  Mellor, and it is the intention tb open  up a strictly union house.  For Sale ok Rent���Piano, organ,  sewing machine, ice cream freezers,  tents, firearms. Yes, or any old thing.  A. L. White, O I C new and secondhand store, phone 16. 42-43.  There are things doing around the  C. P. R. yards these days. On Wednesday morning there were ninety-  nine cars of ore and coke consigned to  the B. C, Copper Co.'s smelter, a'nd  nearly as miny more to the Dominion  Copper Co. at Boundary Falls.  All Bargain Cars go Direct to  ore  What Greenwood should have, ja radical electric railway brings  ing all camps direct to our bargain counters* It would pay  Greenwood, pay us, but those who would profit most are those  who would buy from us,  We have bargains in Linoleums, Furniture, New and Second Hand Steel Ranges  Sporting Goods, Fishing Tackle, Etc. Etc.  Boost for the tram, we have the bargains here NOW.   Come and see  for yourself.  Phone 16  NEW 10 21111  A marriage license was issued atthe  government ollice on the 21st inst , to  Almoii Wood Bascom and Saphrpnas  Bell Jamison, both of Orient, Wash.  The couple were married the same day  by Rev. M. 1). McKee.  The ball game last Sunday at Midway between Greenwood and Midway  resulted in a victory for Greenwood.  This makes two games in succession  the Greenwood boys have won. Surely  the Gods must be with ihem.  The Canadian Bank ot Commerce  has purchased the corner lot at Copper  and Short streets, near the Russell-  Law-Caulfield Co 's store, where it is  expected that a first-class building will  be erected in the near future.  At '.he Presbyterian church next  Sabbath patriotic services will be conducted. At the morning service, 11  a, m., the Sunday school scholars are  requested to be present at 10:45 a. m.  sharp. Lveniug service at 7:30 p. m.  Subject, "Our Country."  On Tuesday evening the indies of  St." Jude's church gave an ice cream  social in the Commercial hotel on Copper street. The big dining room was  nicely decorated and the social, proved  a great success. A. good program was  rendered aud a most enjoyable time  was had by,all in attendance.  At the Strathmore mine preparations  are being made for starting work on  the new 800 foot tunnel to be driven  from the foot of the hill to tap the  ledge at depth. Diamond drilling is to  be started on the property, in a few  days from the main workings, where  all preparations for this work are now_  complete.���AnacoridaNews.  (Continued from 1st page.)  district has, besides low grade  copper, a number of high grade  silver and gold bearing properties, yielding from $75 to $250  per ton. During the fiscal year  of the Providence 1,374 tons were  mine"!, giving in value a total of  $1.17,058.44; and up to then $38,-  000 had been paid out in dividends on a capital of $200,000.  The Strathmore and Elkhorn are  in the same vicinity, while between Greenwood and -Phoenix  are the Sl-rylark, Crescent and  Tip Top. This does not exhaust  the list. These narrow- high  grade veins are essentially poor  men s mines, and, when worked  by incorporated companies, carry  ouly a modest capital. There  are, probably, about 200 men employed on them, whereas eight  times as many are engaged at the  low grade copper mines.  At the horizon of the blende or zinc  sulphide ores in the upper Mississippi  valley, the amount of pyrite and marcasite becomes at places -so abundant  that the ore is more valuable for its  sulphur than its zinc content. These  mixed ores have in Tecent yeais been  largely shipped to Mineral Point, Wis.,  where they are roasted, to manufacture  sulphuric acid.  A mineral oil to be a good lubricant  should have'the following characteristics: - The least viscosity consistent  withe pressure, to be sustained; the  ability to form thick films; readiness  in forming films over metal surfaces,  and power to resist rupture; a flashing  temperature sufficiently high to avoid  loss bv evavoration, varying consistency, gritnming, etc.  The materials used for glass sand in  central United States are mainly  bedded sandstones, and a complete  process of preparation includes quarrying, breaking, crushing and grinding into component grains, screening,  washing, draining, drying, and final  screeningto various sizes. Some beds  of sandstones are so loose, and friable  that they: can be reduced by a strong  hydraulic jet; some producers dispense  with washing their sand, others do not  dry it. Washing improves the quality  of sand of the highest grade.  Messrs. James. M.'Mellis and Frank  R. Carrow will be in the city iii three  or four days in the interest of the  Brotherhood'of'Owls7~a*rf r'atci-nal-in-;  ititution, with headquarters at Seattle,  Wash. The Brotherhood of Owls is a  society of good fellows who believe in  love, and laughter and the kingdom of  heaven on earth. It does not believe  in postponing one's enjoyment until  dead. It teaches good*cheer and warm  fellowship. They have a membership  of over 21,000 inside of six months and  have branches in Victoria, Vancouver,  Nananimo and Ladysniitlv which ate  all going ahead by  leaps and bouads.  The Brotherhood of .Owls  also   pays  sick and funeral benefits.  SUNDAY SERVICES-  CATHorjc.-^-Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bbdard, O'. ii.i.',  pastor.  Anglican���St. Jude's. Rev. John  Leech-Porter, -B...D., pastor. Services  at" 8 a. m., 10:45 a. tn". and 7:30 p. m.;  Sunday school, 12 ~p7~mT"~All "seats  free- Services alternate Sundays at  Boundary Falls, at 4 p.m., and Eholt  at 3 p.;m.    J>  PrksbyTKrian���St.- Columba, Rev.  M. D. Mckeet pastor. Services 11 a.  rn. and 7:30 p. tn.;' Sunday school 2:30  p. m. .'���-' *'  Methodist���Rev. H. S. Hastings,  pastor Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30  p. m.jf Sunday school. 2:30 p.m.  BORN  To Mr. and Mrs.'E. B. Dill, on Tuesday, June 18th, a daughter.  To Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sutherland,  ^on Tuesday, June 18th, a daughter.   _������  BOUNDARY FOLKS WEDDED  The Spokesman-Review of Tuesday  last says : E. O. Lewis, a prominent  real estate and hotel man of Boutidaty  Falls, B.-.C., and Miss Hannah Sueve,  of the same city, were married at noon  today at the parsonage of .the First M.  E. church. Dr. Henry I. Rasmus official ing.  Following the marriage a reccptioiT  was held at the Halliday hotel which  was attended by a large number of the  friends both from Boundary Falls and  Spokane. o  OUTPUT OF BOUNDARY ORES  The i,ow grade mines of the Boundary, which first began shipment in  1900, sending out 100,000 tons that  year, have been steadily increasing.  The 1906 shipments were 1,161.537 tons,  and that of 1907 will be a large gain  thereon.  The men grades, up to the end of  1906, had in the past four years shipped  out over 10,000 tons with a value of  over $1,000,000.        ���  Mines. Total to  Low GRADE. end 1906.  Snowshoe      102,466  DomCopCo.....     400,000  B^CCop Co......... 1,070,000  Granby  Cop Co... 3,000,000  High grade.  Tons  in 1907.  32,300  68,690  105,210  234,236  18  15  ���20  40  95  Strathmore   CPU   90  76  75  160  662  Elkhorn         1,075  1,176  3,948  2,670  Sally   310  40  f*\r*\j**^-*\j*'~\f*\^'*\f'*\f'*\*J\&*\*r'\*i^  THE   NEW  Bigger and Better '  Than Ever,  The finest appointed  dining room in the city.  Large roomy Lunch  counter.  All the delicacies such as  Ice Cream, Strawberries and  Cream, etc. has now taken  their place upon the bill of  fare.  73  20  204  620  90  40  WANTED  &  AT  KEREMEOS, B. C  lOO  MEN  To work on  big irrigating  ditch.  When placing your  next order for  ����e  o����  don't  forget that we carry the largest and most complete stock in the city.. ���  give' us a trial  Our goods are always fresh, and we guarantee  ...   "     v.'"- satisfaction.  Hunter-Kendrick Co,, Ltd.  "The Big Store"  X 4r * * ^ ���$��� 4 & * * 4* 4r 4* 4* ���& '4* 4�� * ���*��� 4* ���*��� 4* * * * ��?  *  5 Roomed Flat and Bathroom  6 Roomed House  8 Roomed House  3 Roomed Cottage  Cabins and Rooms in all parts of the city.  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd. %  + Opposite Post Office. %  Vce'"rti'Pr'T>  NO WONDER SUM'S  Surprised  She's delighted, too, to know  they i'.an start housekeeping on  so small a sum by ..getting-their  stuff at Gulley's.  Special lines this week  Table Covers,  Tapestry Curtains,  Lace Curtains,  Upholstry Goods.  ^  T. M. Gulley & Co.  Greenwood's Big Furniture House.  ^  p.  .. DEALERS IN ..  f resb and ��ured  Fish and Poultry*  "V  -#  ^m  0000000000000000000000000*000��000000#00000000008-0000a  *  ��� 0  *      ,_ ."       _ _ o  a  ��  a  ��  ��'  ��  oooo������0��tte����aa'a����oaa��aoft-��������a��aA^^v^#00'9a<t��ttKi��t>-��o��060  tt  0  0  0  a  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  5'  0  0  0  0  0  ��  0  0  0"  0  0  0  0  0  0  ��  0  0   "  0:  "0 j |  tt  0  0  Auditorium, Wednesday, July  0  0  instrels  $10,000 Invested in  MAGNIFICENT MINSTRELS MOUNTINGS  First Part Scenic Splendor���Artistically Reproducing a  "ROYAL PALM GROTTO"  Enchanting Ensembles  Song's of Dixie  Modern Musical Masterpieces,  Star Spangled Banner Salutations  Melodies of Ante-Bellum Days  Vocal and Instrumental.  The Show Hit of the New York Theatre,  Wistaria Roof Garden, and Manhattan Beach Theater, Coney Island, where  "THE DANDIE"  was the big-featured and pro-eminently successful attraction at those manifi-  ficent and multi-million dollar amusement places during- the summer of 1906.  Queen's Hotel  The only Temperance House in town.  The best meals that can be provided in  this market,  and   cooked   under   the  supervision of the Proprietress who is  favorite carteres.  Sunday tamily Dinners a specialty.  Rooms Newly Remodlled.  Mrs. D. Manchester,   Prop.  Subscribe For The Times, $2  "Cog mineral is 'the term given by  miners to large crystals of galena;  while small crstals, especially when  disseminated through the ruck,- are  known as "dice mineral." Where  galena fills a narrow fissure it rarely  shows individual crystal form and is  known as "sheet mineral."  In the electrolytic refining of copper  at the works of the United States Metals Refining company, at Chrome,  N. J., the anodes are left in the tanks  for 28 days, and the cathodes 14 days.  Eventually the treatment for the cathodes, which -weigh about 300 pounds,  will require only 2 days, and the anodes  30 days.


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