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 ?m  ���������i'-.'j^ja  Greenwood's Big Furniture, Store  HEADQUARTERS FOR FURNITURE  Carpets, Linoleum  Bedding.  t W �� still have a few of those good Refrigerators. They will be sold at bargain prices.  1    A new line of Imported Carpet Squares just  opened,up.  WilLbe sold cheap.  We carry a Big Range of Childrens* Go-  carts and Carriers. Drop in _and see the latest  i Steel Collapsible���Folds in one motion.  T. Ilk Gulley* Co.  U/^rtor*! ryrtwm-VLitnw n-nr* ����- ._.���  ARREST SUSPECTS IN  MIDWAY MURDER CASE  I  li  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Photie 27  i&j.  Rendell $ Co.  Yi-Y  i��;  -ANNOUNCE, THEJIR-  Fail IDillinery  * -~       \  Two suspects of the Thomas  murder at Midway, were arrested  at the Nicola Valley Coal and  Coke mines on Wednesday by Pro-  vincialConstable.Glark, Constable  Austin of, Midway.... who traced  them here aud Constable Gillis of  Greenwood, who was on hand to  assist. Constable Clark had the  men; under surveillance, for the  past two weeks, they having1 been  working at' the coal-mines since  September 8..  They are now on their way   to  .Greenwood gaol and are expected  to arrive this evening.   v  IN NEW QUARTERS  POLITICAL SEWS  NEw* SETTLERS COMING  The Premier at Slrathroy  Replying to the charge that  the Liberals had. given lands to  companies instead of to the settlers, Sir Wilfrid Laurier said :  "This is my answer, and I give  it in the face of every One in my,,. , ���v...  hearing and challenge contradtc-jdePart��-'e from the old   land de-  tion, not one acre "of land fit for'pending on the time of disposal  Farmstead and Orchard for Hill aad  Valley.  A'   matter   of great interest to  the Boundary people is the   settlement of the Boundary Valleys.  Some ''sixteen   families   direct  from France v/ill join the Oarmi  colony this fall or   winter,   their  SERIOUS FIRE  Loss of $10,000 to Greenwood  Property  A fire  that  looked extremely  ON THE WEST FORK  r*?M  I  FOR  Cuesday $ Wednesday, '  September 22nd & 23rd  We, particularly Tequest -that you visit our  showrooms duritag our opening days, and see  one of thelargest and best selections of Ready-  to-wear and Pattern Hats. * The very latest  shapes and styles in all- the newest shades  RENDELL&CO  Dry Goods. Millinery  1  oo-ck>oooooo<>oo<>oooooqoo<>o<>ooo��ooo<>oo^  M  M  wai it  wai it  s           We-tir ?  Shrink?  The Finest in the Province  Messrs. Kinney and McDonald  are now insl-al-led in their big  new shop on Copper street.  Tbis is claimed to be the finest  and best equipped general black-  I smith shop in B,C.  The main building is 25 x80 ft.  and was ejected at a cost oi $3,000  and has all the appurtenances ot  a first-class general, blacksmith-  ing and ..wagon-building establishment.  The equipment comprises two  forges with electric blower,'a five  horse power electric motor to be  used in connection with wood  lathe, planer, emory wheel, etc.,  aad a brick furnace for heating  tires.  This device which is'said to be  the only one in British Columbia  will heat a tire'uniformly in ten  minutes and is of special value  as a time^%vitf��":,fs��tpr. -^ _ ��� .  . Altogether Messrs.lti0r.e7 aad  McDonald have a thoroughly u$-  to-date sfcof and a good -steady  business and are to be congratulated on their present enterprise.  of  immediate settlement and on  which farming operations could  be undertaken at once, was given  away. The only land disposed of  was dry or semi-arid land which  required capital to develop and  an inducement to settle upon it.  The homes ,of, the ��� gopher and  prairie dog were displaced by  American settlers, who undei-  stood the system of farming  "The era when Ganadiansleaver  home for the United States is  closed,-thank God, aifd we have  turned the tables on,the United  States. The Laurier, government  I say, has done thisVkas brought  the straying Canadian home and  made of him again aTBritish subject." 1   ~t      :  Returning Officers.  Retuaning officers tor constituencies in B.C. have been selected  as follows : Comox-Atlin, James  Lipsome i Kboteaay, John Keen,  Kaslo; Nanaimo, O. Birker, Nanaimo ; N��w Westtaiuster, Thosr  J. Armstrong; Vancouver, Ihos.  H. MacKay; Victoria, Thos. J.  W. Hick; Yale-Cariboo, Dr. K.  C. McDonald, Vernon.  Vancouver Slightly Mixed.  Arrested for Forgery  The above are the  questions  '  asked   every   day   regarding  Stanfield's Underwear.  *���  Stanfield *s underwear will not shrink! If you  can shrink itf We will present you with new  garinents.  J   One suit.of   Stanfield's underwear   will  out  ��� wear any two suits of underwear manufactured.  If you do not believe this.   Ask the man  who has  tried, and proved this statement.    Stanfield's un-"  derwear cam "be purchased from us only.    Don't  accept the' 'Just' as good"  Stanfield's  Twines are as  reasonable  as ordinary  ..-"' underwear. ,-��*���  Heavy grey,'allrwool elastic knit,$1.2S per garment  Heavy grey, all-wool elastic knit    1.50 "  , Heavy black, all-wool elastic knit  1.50 "  Extra heavy brown,all-wool elastic knit 2-00 .'*.  Fine ribbed grey, a^l--wool 1.75        4*'  Fine ribbed grey,heavy all-wool     2.00  Fine ribbed grey, extra-heavy all-wool 2.75  Fine ribbed- flesh,$ silk & % wool 2.00  Ben Hughes, alias Ben Wea ver  a paroled eonvict of Washington  Stats Penitentiary was arrested  yesterday in Phoenix on a charge  of forging certificates of deposit  amounting to $125 on Mrs. L. M,  McFarling, of Spokane.  He was parolled on Aug. 1st,  after serving but two years of a'  five-year seniesce for iorgery.  _ The Pinkertons chased him ov-  the line and caught him at Phoenix. His family is said tp live in  Spokane.  At Belden Musicale  < 1  0  1  U  -The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood  :>-:���-'. '      .-,.-'������    -' '       ��� ���'' ���������'���' ���    * ;  . Q ���    . .    ������ >  O0-000<><>00000<>00000000-(>00-0<>0<>0000<>000-00-00<>0000000<>0<>6  The Manitoba Daily Free Press  " The Boundary Greek Times  Twelve Months for  Send us $3.00 and receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witii all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year. ;  The Misses Belden gave a musicale last Monday evening ia   tke  Walker studios to a large gathering of friends.    Tho program included two Beethoven   trios   and  solos for piano, violin and violoncello.   Miss Agnes Beld en played  Liszt's   " Twelfth      Hungarian  Rhapsody" with splendid   effect.  Miss Ethel Beldek's best number  was, perhaps,   * -Butterflies,"   by  Hubay, though the "Vieuxtemps  Sonata Appassienata" was warmly encored.  Miss Jessie Belden, the violon-  cellest of the trio, was on a Visit  from Greenwood, B.C., to her sisters, and played several times, delighting the listeners. One of  her numbers was' a melody *by  Chaminade, written for piano  and' transcribed by Miss Agnes  Belden for piano and -cello. To  the program Mr. Francis Walker  contributed the ** Credo" from  Verdi's "Othello," an aria by Max  Bruch and. a Schumann song.���  The Evening Chronicle, Spokane.  Among the guests were Mr.  aud Mrs. Stow, Greenwood.  Secretary Gordon Grant of the  Asjaijc. JBgcln^jon,'.IyOfcgue,, ,oi.j  Vancouver, has resigned his office  owing to a disagreement with ot-,  her- members in regard to the  nomination of a candidate for the  Commons by the League.  Mr, Grant's contention was that  as the party candidates were.all  exclusive men it would be invidious for them to put up a candidate on the exclusion plank alone-  He claimed tfiafe the certain defeat of their man would be a rebuke and a death-blow to their  organization.  The meeting was poorly attended and the nomination was tendered to' Joseph Martin." -Mr.  Martin has'accepted the offer and  will be candidate No. 4 for Vancouver.  With the Conservative candidate on a prolonged trip to the  east, and the people nauseated  with the flatulent newspaper campaign in that city the prospects  ���f Mr. Mclnnis' eleotion look  brighter every day.  of their properties there.  In'addition to these, 250 French  families who have been living in  Alberta will come and settle in-the  Boundary, as fast as they can sell  their prairie farms.  These people are a very desirable class of settlers and , have a  warm welcome awaiting them.  They, are possessed * of mqderate  means, are exf��rieiced farmers,  fruit-growers. and v ineyardist s,  and iii a few years will make the  West Fork and adjacent valleys  a harmony of happy homes.  With the fertile soil, the sparkling streams, a superb scenery  and a climate that can scarcely  besurpasseeVhe Boundary valleys  offer every inducement to the  man who wants to make a home;  and when orchard, farm and garden deck the meadows., and the  rolling hills the sunny Boundary  country will be a most desirable  place to live in.    .  This transfer mat ion is already  under way, and men and money  are moving towards this land of  opportunities where the miser's  hammer marks time to the plowman's song.  DENORO DOINGS,  "Make no mistake about Canada, says the Cleveland Leader.  "A great nation is rapidly growing up to tha n*rth oi us."  Clifford   Sifton.  Hon. Clifford Sifton was re-nominated on 22nd at the most enthusiastic Liberal convention ever held in Brandon.  There were 400 delegates present amTall unanimous for the  former Minister of the Interior.  His opponent will be Hon. T.  Mayne Daly, police-magistrate of  Wiuaipegiand at one timea^nem-  ber of the Conservative administration.  It has ever been necessary for  the Conservatives to go oiftsid*  of Brandon for a candidate to oppose Mr. Sifton and they have  made a point to pick their very  strongest men, but even Hugh  John MacDonald himself went  down and out before Mr. Sifton  when he tried to- capture Brandon    r . '  CORKBSPONDBJTCB.  Mrs. S, Smailey ;is visiting her  father and brothers at Chesaw.  The dance'held at the Pacific  hotel last Saturday evening proved a great success, a large number from Phoenix and Eholt being present. Miss V. Ince. Eholt,  presided at the piano, and Mr.  J. F.. Loftus played, the Violin.  The crew of the Denoro mine  has been reduced to one half,  about 35 nffes being laid off. It  is to be hoped that is only'a temporary lay off.~  A. J. Hughes and helpers are  now busily engaged erecting a  residence for Supt. jP. W. Lover,  at Denoro. Y.  Word has been received hereof  of the marriage of Charlie Bennett, for many years blacksmith  at the Emma and Denoro mines,  to Miss Emily Swanson, also for  many years a resident here. The  wedding took place at Hedley.  All their friends at Denoro wish  to extend them their good wishes  J. Silver thorne, President of  the Phoenix Miners' Union was  in camp Monday on business in  connection with the branch at  Denoro.  dangerous at the beginning des  troyed the Victoria hotel and  several stores on Copper street on  SaturdayOlast.  It originated in the building  owned by Mrs. R. A. Bealey, aad  tenanted by Mrs, Darling as a  clothes-cleaning establishment,  who accidentally ignited a can of  gaaoline which exploded and set  fire to the premises.  Mrs. Darling, severely burned  about the arms and face, rushed  tq. the street and was savad from  further injury by the prompt action of citizens who smothered  the flames of her burning clothing.  In a minute the smoke -was  rolling upward from the roof, the  alarm was in and men were rushing to the fight.  The emergency hose was scarcely laid before the hose wagons  wer$ oa the ground, and in five  minutes six heavy streams were  playing on the fire from every  side. In twenty minutes it was  under control and was - kept confined to a street frontage of 100  feet.  The Victoria hotel aad contents  is a total ioss>and Mrs. Mason who  had charge of the restaurant and  rooms lost all her personal belongings amounting to about  $400.  Mrs. Darling's premises were  completely destroyed. Practically, all of the Jaynes' grocery  stock was removed, and they were  engaged in trade across the street  the same eyening.. .   ,, - ,t;,r.���  The upper storey of Holmes aad.  Kennedy's building was gutted  and much damage by water was  done to the stock aad fixtures.  The Victoria hotel, owned by  Holmes and Floyd and leased by  Hugh McGillivray was valued at  $5^000. The insurance oa the  building was $1,500 and $500 on  furniture, bar-fixtures, etc.  Mrs. R. A. Bealy'sf property  was insured for $400 and the loss  is said to be about $1,000.  Bannerman Bros, owned the  Jaynes' grocery property and  their was no insurance on either  building or stock. Loss $300 on  stock, and $1,500 on building.-  Holmes   and  The   fishing   is good  and the  days are sunny. -,  Postmaster   Smith,  of Carmi,  visited Beaverdell last Sunday.  Herb. Holmes is hauling lumber for Tom Henderson.  Hugh Cropley has returned  from Greenwood. He is getting  in his winter's wood and will  work his claim all winter.  The Bell claim is working 6 or  8 men and is looking good.  On the Bounty fraction, Tom .  Henderson and G. Cumtaiags are  doing considerable work.    They  hare done about 85 f,eet this summer aad claim it is O.K. *  .   In* the Sally mine a force of 8  or 10 men is working steadily.  George Barrett is working on  the Revenge with encouraging  results.|  Rambo and Kelly report progress in their li��e shaft on   the .  Buster and Standard fraction acid  have a promising property.  Nelson Excursion  -*���>'  mi  Y>m  MM  ���- 'v-w-tr-:-'  Wk  :Ym  Fifteen of those who  took   ia .  the excursion to Nelson   tair returned this   morning and report  that the cars were not heated aad  the trip as a result was* very . un-  comfortable.   The train   which  was scheduled to leave Nelson at  11 o'clock, did so on  city* timo  which is an hour ahead of  railroad timo, aad as a consequence  about 40 Greenwood people  will  not get home till this evening.  Such actions as these are to be  regretted as they do not tend to  engender good feeling between,  thepeople who are inoonv<jtt-y  ienced and those who are responsible for the mischief.  -:-m  ��� ���������iy. **qi  m  '���. YYi?!%  '���Y'-Yv'/Mh  ��4  ':Yi3bn  iVU&%S  YYmmmm  ��� ���:.'���   -:.:-:-.-"f;''*J?%*  Y:WWM  ' ���.:-;.c"-'?(vi;;SSS  '������Yi:YY&^$.-  SfeiSSS  Hon. Wm. Templeman was  nominated oa the 22nd iasf. for  Victoria. No other 'name was  presented.  Toronto Saturday Night, says :  We have as belief that any pre.  I'seat  combination  of  provincial  premiers and local   disaffections  w|ll suffice to cause the defeat of  Sir Wilfridi Laurier."  YYY-^%%  -Y-lryiY^SiJ  ~-YP--$?i&  -Y ':��� ?irf.flft*..  :~Y-:Y Y-sY'SP-..  YYY:mk$M  ���-'���"���'���������'fe^'^l  -. YY.y."Y'.:.t^%  ���'" (Yctf-iW''-  .) 'Y^Y^i&  >��'���  mm  $650 insurance on their building  and $500 on stock and fixtures.  Their loss will bein the neighborhood of $1,700 and they are  awaiting the adjuster to start in  business again.  The complete and efficient fire-  fighting apparatus   of   the":.* cityk  and tha splendid work.of the fire-  brigadfe gives the city a feeling  of security, .and it could be only  ��- under very extraordinary circam-  Kennedy carried J st*-ttCes .^a^.the'..'fire-element.  ��� ,\: yy*i  '��� &>mL  ��� '���  ���'&-li$M  yY:y<.:h<&  :-^*i  would get beyond the control of  the Greenwood fire company.  They again demonstrated the  fact that there is no town in Canada that enjoys a better measure  of fire-protectiorf than the City of  I Greenwood.  ���''JP/'-  y 1  yy-s-yx  m  E, T. Kingsley, Socialist caudate for the City of Vancouver,  gave an address on Socialism to  the Denoro people dinner hour  last Friday.  September 25.<0B  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  Tbe  following table girt* tbe ore shipments -of Boundary mine* for 1900, 1901, 1907, 1903,  1904, 1905, 1906,1907.) 9 (T ai reported to the Greenwood Time*���  Mink. WOO       1901  Granby Mines.... 64,531   231,762  McKENZIE KING  Has  Acested Liberal Nomination in  His Native RWin*  Mr. W. L. Mackenzie King has  resigned the office of Deputy Minister ot Labor, having accepted  the party nomination to contest  the riding of North Waterloo,  Ontario, in the Liberal interest  at the forthcoming general federal elections  Hon. Mr. Lemieux, tendering his  resignation, Mr. King said :  "In accepting the nomination  so heartily tendered by the Liberals of my native county aad in  seeking the support ot the electors  1 trust that the sacrifice I am  making in resigning my present  position to devote myself to  larger duties in public life will be  of itself sufficient to show that I  have no end in view but the well-  being of the people at large���no  ambition to serve but that of contributing to the happiness and  prosperity of our common country."  Misrepresentation and slander  never won an election. But pros-  perity,statesmanship and a square  deal administration has won  many. That 13 why the Laurier  government will be returned by a  jgood- safe majority.���Cranbrook  In a letter to Hon.] Herald.  Snowshoe   B. C Copper Co..  Mother Lode...  B. C Mlae   Emma.    ...  Oro Denoro.   Bonnie Belle.   Dom. Copper Co  Brooklyn-Stem  Idaho.   Rawhide   Snnset   Mountain Ruu.  AthlesUn   Morrison..   R. Bell..   Senator.   Brey Fogle.   No. 37.   Reliance   Snlphnr King-   Wlnnipe-r *..  Golden Crown   Kin? Solomon   Big Copper   No. 7 Mine   City of Paris   Jewel-   Ri-eralde,   Carmi.   Sally   Rambler   Batcher Boy���   Dnncaa..   Providence.   Elkhora   Slrathmore.   CoUea Kagle    Prestos   Prln<-e Henry   Skylark.   Last Chance   E^P. C. Mine..   Bay. :.....   Ma*rU.   Don Pedro   Ceeacent.   Helen   Ruby,   Republic.   Miscellaneous.....  1KB       1903        1904  309.858   393,718   549,703  297      i,741     20,800 ~7lju  190S       1906        1907  653,889   801,404   613,537          M26   135.001  5,340  19,494  1,400  99,034  47,405  650  802  550  141,326  14,811  8,530  138,079  19,365  22,937  15437  174,298   147,576  37,960  16,400  9,485  3,007  20  IQ5.90C   208,231  1.488      1,712  11.804  3.177  18,274  14,481  32,350    55,731  7,45s     15,731  1,076  2,250  160  1/40  "'875  665  2,000  360  150  78S  625  482  M60  890  219  5,646  3,339  560  ���363  2,435  3,070  3,250  1.759  4.586  3.450  222  364  33  25,108  3.056  4,747  1^33  33  150  140.685  2,960  26,032  48,390  3,555  43,295  12,253  64,173  31.270  31,258  649  Past  1W   Week  M1.014   21,336  2W   2.4JO  159,744   9,841  ���6,314     \,iii  4,170  11.971  3,450  398      9  *���*:���  993  400  167    80  "3.2*0      3,456  325  500  79  726  '325  52  50  300  60  750  30  145  770  U0  20  535  6SV  2*5  73  20  40  90  80  ia  500  5S6  30  106  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  20  15  589  45  90  (���5  40  700  ���JO  55  60  224  30  120  ..53  503376  690.'19   5<29,806   933^481,161,5371,148,237   ...  Total, tons.. 96.WM   390.SOO  Smelter treatment -  Granbv Co.    62^*7   230,828   212,340   401,<��2l   596.252   687.9S3   828.S79   637,626  ��,.:. Copper Co    117,611   148,600   162,913   219,434   210,830    123,840   341,<����>  Dom. Cop. Co...   .:._ .���...     132,570      30,930    84,059   218^11   153,439  'Yitt  m  ���m  .-i-v**l  YiYYM  m  659.761     ... .  19��,1*S, 12,078  22J42.  Total reduced.  62,J89   34M��   460,940   697,404   8J7,6tt   982,8771^72^7,233^   ~    ~~ THE  BOUNDARY  CREEK TIMES  ..Bank of Montreal.  Ci=rf  Or*  CF*  <^t  Cf*  cF*  Cf*  ��*  Cf*  CF*  CF*  C=*  Cf*  Cf*  Cf*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Cf  CF*  Rest $11,000,000.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. President:   Lord Stratbcoha and Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.  President:   Sik George A. Drommond, K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :    E. S. ClodstoN,  Branches in London, Eng. |&l?��t���$$EL\ New YoiK, Chicago.  Bay and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Crcdite, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch,    W. RPROCTORJHanajer.  Mmimmmsmmmmmsmmsmi  {_*  H.  u  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /  H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Ptblic  Cable Address:      ���'Hallbtt."  Bedford M'Neill's  .  Codks -! Morein*- A Neal's  Gnmenwooo. B.O'  Leibcr's  v*"-*^  ^&mY  -BOUNDARV  VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.O.O. F.  Meeis every  Tuesday Evenimc at 8 00 in the  I. C>. O. F. Hall.    A cordial ln-i tation t��ex  tended to all eojonrnin-f brethern.  S. STORER D. A. MACDONAtD  N. G. V. G.  A. JAYNES, Rer. Sec.  Boundary Creek Times  Issued ���verv f riday  BV TUB  Boundary Creek Printing and Publishing  Co., Limited.  J. JT. MILLAR -        -      -       Manager  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Ykar -   2 <*>  Six Months  I -S  To Foreign Countries 2 50  FRIDAY,   SEPTEMBER25, W08  IT IS THE PEOPLE'S FIGHT.  era of prosperity tliat cheers us  on to greater deeds.  Nowhere on earth has every  man been given so good a chance  to win his way, and no other  land can Rive a better title-deed  or "greater rewards for tho labor  of his hands or brain. Much yet  remains to be done in the completion of the plans which have  produced this happy state of affairs.-  Forces are at work that would  throttle the great enterprises  that are pushing our country to  the front rank of commercial influence. They are generalled by  men whose pulses throb with the  desire for power���men who speak  not ..of national principles nor  view with pride the glories our  industrial prowess has accomplished. Devoid of partiofeism or  of national feeling of any description they seize on subjects to  deceive.  Masters of invective they seek  to trail the flag in the mire of  their abuse of our most honored  men.  But the people know, and the  people will replv. Canada must  continue to progress.  ���'The price of liberty is eternal  vigilance," and the battle for  prosperity is worth the fighting.  Transcontinental railway, and the  refusal of the Dominion Government to raise the tariff on manufactured goods to a prohibitive  standard are the principal reasons  for the frantic expenditure of  money by those in opposition.  The people kuow very, well who  they are ; and they know too,  that in the battle now on.between  the Liberal government and those  who are so strenuously working  to get control of the country's affairs this mpney is not being spent  in the people's interest. The  thiag has been overdone, and will  act as a boomerang on the men of  money.  ada during July was approximately 2r,d00-working"days, compared with a loss of 92,525 days ia  June this year and 81,100 in July,  1907.  NaturaFgas has been Btruck-af  a depth of 600 feet near Calgary.  The flourishing prairie city will  be supplied witb cheap heat, power, and light.  The tenth parliament of the  Dominion has been dissolved and  the people once more called upon  to name the members of the  House of Commons.  After forty years in the service  ot his country the venerable Premier makes a final appeal for an  opportunity to put the" cope-stone  on his endeavor.  When Sir Wilfrid Laurier was  given control of the country's  affairs he assumed a task ot great  proporlions. The nation's credit  was low and the spirit of the people languished under the oppression of chartered corporations.  Politically tbey were humiliated  before the civilized world ; commercially their hands were tied  while great works were waiting  to be done.  The population was dwindling,  mortgages increasing, and the  great mass of the people were  disgusted and discouraged.  But a swift and welcome change  came in when Sir Wilfrid and his  able ministers were given charge.  The avenues of opportunity  were thrown open to the eager  throDg.  Hope rose strong iu the Canadian breast, and the poorest man  began to have a horizon. Confidence was restored and the people fell to the work they had se  long been denied.  Great projects for the development of the country were soon put  under way, and trade and'eom-  merce felt the inspiration of progressive plans.  The West was paid attention to,  and all of Canada responded to  tiie call to develop the vast rest, urces of the prairie lands and  lhe mines and forests of the newer Canada.  Thfi advance of Canada has  won the admiration of the world.  The East has profited by the  development of the West, and the  whole country has experienced an  Mr, I?. L. Borden has a great  deal to say about civil service reform.  It is to be hoped that he will  take special pains to impress his  views of what civil servants  should be on the Conservative  premier of B.C.  Much of the work of the Tory  machine in B.C. is done by provincial officials���their American  primaries pledged ta support and  to collect votes and all���and aa  agitation for civil service reform  amongst his own party followers  might be productive of a lot of  good.  At Michel a "new tipple is being  erected at a cost of aquarter of a  million dollars, and the output  will soon be increased from 2,000  taS.OQOaday.  What Do They Cure?  The above qu  ~r. Pi<  luestion te often asked concerning Dr. Pierce's two leading medicines, "Golden Medical Discovery" and  "Favorite Prescription."  The answer is that "Golden Medical  Discovery " is a most potent alterative or  blood-purifier, and tonic or invigorator  and acts especially favorably in a curative way upon all tho mucous lining surfaces, as of tho nasal passages, throat.  bronchial tubes, stomach, -bowels and  bladdeny-curing a large per cent, -OT catarrhal cakes whether the disease affects thc  nasal passages, the thsoat, larynx, bronchia, stomacH-ias catamial dyspepsia),  bowels-(as muiMus>-_SlT*^��4. bladder,  uterus or other pelvic orgalrs^ Even in  thft chrPI-'-* ftf iilr-ora-lvo ��it.n-����s nf thosg  ���JTrectirffl*', it. j* "ft<*r| gimcessful in affect-  fnor nnroQ-  anr.t. ftdii-srt  Iseases���thoso  ItSSOl -.-���---.���     ^_  Tiii-rangeniehts and  Some six hundred miles of the  G.T. P. railway is now open to  traffic jand will assist materially  in handling the great wheat crop  The Dominion Steel Co's works  at Sydney, N.S., are going full  blast with orders exceeding the  output by 50 per cent.  Sir Chas. Tupper tells us that  it willnot look so bad if the Conservatives are defeated, as they  have had six terms in office while  the Liberals . have only served  four. ���....'���-  " And Mr. Borden says that he  can stand defeat. All of which'  is well.  Progress and prosperity have  another term coming and the Conservative leaders evidently think  it will be given.  Complaints have reached this  office that the'foremen on.provincial roads have refused work to  settlers who are not in accord  with the political views and actions of Mr. Shatford.  . Such a course is to be deplored  and cannot be justified in any way  Those who settle oh the land  and make their homes in tbe country are surely en titled to a" chance  to make a dollar on the construction and repair of government  roads whatever their politital  opinions mav be.  A man who is a good citizen  must have some political views  and we all can't think alike.  He is the best citizen who takes  the greatest interest in his, own  and his country's welfare, and it  is a shame that an honest settler  should be denied a job for want  of a pull with a partizan road-  boss.  The wage, earners of this district knows full well that if the  Conservative party were to be  successful at the coming election  the high tariff advocates would  be in the saddle and the cost of  living would go up, but not the  wages. The conditions of the  laboring, man in the States has  taught the laboring man in- Canada a lesson that fie will profit  by.;-"'" _ -._.'���  Laurier and prosperity will be  the slogan.���Cranboek Herald.  It is said that the C.P.R. have  800 British workmen- employed in  the Winnipeg shops, which is  half the usual force;  Canadian imports have taken a  jump, after a steady decline "tor  the past'ten months.  There is trouble in Edmonton'  over the compulsory vaccinatio,n  regulation.  Gaylord Wilshire is accused of  y .   ��� j~'. .  wild-catting his comrades out of  $800,000. ,.'.'.-  There are forty-five teachers in  the Edmonton public schools.  iar we; .^_  rrepuIaTltierincitlt-tittawQirien 011,1V "It  Is a powerful yet gently acting invigorat-  ing tonic and ncrvluo-. For weair worn-  out, oVBT-wbrked women���ho mattorwhyt  has caused the J*reak-down, "Fave'-'.-w  Prescription ** will be found most cfffctiVo  (n building up tho strength, ref-ulatfv*'*  the womanly functions,- subduing pal**  and bringing about a healthy, vigorous  condition of the wholo system.  A book of particulars wraps each bottl'<  giving the formula* of both medicines and  fiuoting what scores of eminent mti;  cal authors, whoso works are aoneulS^u  by physicians of all the schools of practice  as guides ln prescribing, say of each ingredient entering into theso medicines.  The words of pralso bestowed on tho  several ingredients entering into lector  Pierce's mediclucs by such writers should  have more weight than any amount of  non - professional testimonials, becauso  such men aro writing for tho guidurut- cf  their medical brethren and know whereof  theyspeak.  Both medicines are non-alcoholic, non-  secret, and contain no harmful habit-  forming drugs, being composed of glyceric  extracts of tlio roots of native, American  medicinal forest plants, Thoy are both  sold by dealers in medicine. You can't  afford to accept as a substitute for one of  these medicines of known composition,  any secret nostrum. -.  Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sugar-coated,  easy to take as candy, regulato and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.  Pacific Hotel  Gmrg & Morrison, Prop. ���  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mininfj Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  , the rooms are large and cosy.  ��� A gold deposit has been discovered at Brock ville, Ont.   '  V^KKKOKIfmilXKKBBIXtVXKe^^  a*  GENERAL NOTES  The date of election in Comox-  Atlin, Yale-Cariboo and Kootenay  will-be'fi&ed by the returning officer..'. .-*.' ���'. ��� '���"  *^5^*w rftL/i&ijg*toYe��g^vZstS  it  -��*V  oooooooooooooo^ooo^ooao*����<i  The great gathering of the people who assembled 20,000 strong  to hear Sir Wilfrid Laurier at  Niagara was an auspicious opening for the Liberal campaign in  Ontario.  The Premier's speech at Sorel  has rung through the country as  a call to arms and old Ontario  has responded in the most complimentary manner.  The magnitude and enthusiasm  of the Niagara meeting was the  greatest compliment Jo the Premier, and is a eertain criterion  that Ontario ifr satisfied and will  vote to help the progressive party carry on their work.  James A. Macdonell, the well-  known railroad contractor rescued  a-small boy from the clutches of  a tame bear at Field. The brute  had drawn the boy into his pen  and it took "Big Jim'' five minutes te overpower him and get  the boy away'. It was a, contest  of strength and' another feather  may be added to the Glengarry  bonnet, Mr. Macdonell was severely clawed and bitten and the  boy will be badly marked about  the body and limbs. The dangerous " pet>" was shot.  Some people with a lot of monr  ey are very anxious to see the  Conservative party in power, and  have been active in buying news-  paper support in B.C.  This has not been done as a  matter of profitable investment,  aor from the point of view'of the  patriot.  There are other reasons why  this money is being spent.  The railroad commission with  its regulation of rates and the  II.  CONTRACTOR   r  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of j j.  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles, Y Bricks,  Cement,-   etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.!  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  .     PHOWE 65.  ��oooooooooooooooo^kxk^o^^oo  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg- and the Coast.  *f**^-*f-",t-,.*f- ^*:*f* *f* *t*  Copper  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition  issued March, 1908.)  "   Size :   Octavo.   Pages :  1228.  .     Chapters : 25.  Scope,: The  Copper  Industry   of   the  ^ World.  Covering ; Copper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralolgy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting.  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines in Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  eic.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  AT THE CHURCHES,  Pbhsbytbrian���Services will be con  ducted morning andtevening,   11   a.m.  and 7.30 p.m.  Rev. M. D. McKee, Pas-  j tor. . ���  Methodist���Kev. F. J. Rutheifoi-d  B.A., will conduct services as usual at  Methodist Church morning and ev< ning  Sen-ices  every Sunday, morniritr and,  * v.  Sunday Se hop 1 at 3.  '-S'  CDiyiMERCIAL  HOTEL   ;"    y Greenwood  Rooms 25c and 50c a Night  ;       - M.GILLIS  Close to the Smelter.  The Miper needs the book for the  facts it gives him regardi-< Geology,  Mining, Copper Deposit Copper  Mines,  The Metallurgist needs the book for  the facts it gives him re-arding copper milling, leaching, sraelti g, and  refining.  . The Coppe.- Consumer needs the book  for every chapter it contains. It tclla  what and explains how and why.  The Investor in Copper Shares cannot afford to be without it. The Copper Handbook gives statistics and gen  eral information on one hand, with  thousands oi detailed mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper  mines of the entire world, and the 40  pages of condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more than the price  of the book to each and every owner of  copper mining shares. ^  Price : S5.00 in Puckram with gilt  top, or $7.50 in full library morocco.  Terms : The most liberal. Send no-  money, but order the book sent you,  all carriage chatges prepaid, on one'  week's .approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value to you ?  ���WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHElvDO NBUILDING, HOUGH-  '    TON, MICH., U.S.A.  Cathomc���-Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service1 Ibt, third end  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7-30 p. ra.; Sunday .school at  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bkdard, O. M. I.  pastor.    Church of England (fet. Jude's)���-  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. m.  Sunday school, 2.30 p.m. Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 8  a. m; 2nd and 4th Sundays after Mat-'  ins at 11a.m. Saints' Day services  as announced in Church. Mother  Lode mine first Sunday, at 3 p. ta.  Eholt, second Sunday, at 3:30 p. ro.  Rev. F Vernon VenableB, Vicar.  <  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, R G  P  ate  ARENTS who wish to secure for  their daughter the benefits of a  solid and refined education will do well  to consider the advantages the Con-  vent'School, Nelson, offers.  The Convent is large and commodious and a large, .number of Boarders  can be accomodated. - Tbe School is  superintended and taught by the Sis-  teis, who have much experience in  training and educating children.  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During July over half  the-JSnglish, nearly two-thirds of  the Scotch and oyer three-fourths  of-the Irishmen, emigrating, went  to the Dominion.  According to the " Labor Gazette," the loss of time to employers through trade disputes in Can-  Everybody  Agrees  that COD LIVER OIL and IRON are  beyond question the greatest medicines known. Then why. does not  everybody take Cod Liver Oil and  Iron? Simply because most people  cannot take the Oil and few can digest  the Iron in any ordinary form. These  difficulties have been entirely removed  by the ��� introduction of FERROL, in  which the Iron is scientifically combined with the Oil, rendering the Oil  palatable and the Iron digestible.  While ���   ���    -  -  The Best Appointed Working men's Hotel In the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.   Hot and.  Cold Baths.  WUlhe attended to proMptty  i  at this office .    .   .    /"  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole of the Oil)  and is richer in oil than any other  emuhion,and while it contains just the  right quantity of the best "form of Iron  and Phosphorus, it is so scientifically  prepared that riot one person in a thousand finds any trouble in taking it,  and infants digest it without difficulty.  Moreover the well-established value of  the Oil and Iron is immensely  enhanced by the process of manufacture, and as the formula is freely exposed it is not to be wondered at that  physicians everywhere have fully  endorsed FERROL and used it largely  in their practice. FERROL is invaluable for the treatment of any kind of  Lung or Bronchial troubles, while for  wasting diseases it has no equal, and  "You Know What  YouTal_*,*  This office is replete Ttoith everything neces-,  essary in a printing office to ensure youi  Vpork being done with neatness and: despatch  GREENWOOD, BXy  OlrfALOFSTA ^Proprietor  Dear Mother  Your little ones are a constant cars in  Fall. and Winter weather. They, will  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh't  Consumption Cure, the Lung Tome, and  what it has done (oi so many? It is said  to be the only reliable remedy for all  dneues of die air passages in children.  his absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take. Itiaguaranteedtocureoryourmoi'ry  is returned. The price is- 25c. per bcale,  and aS dealers ia medicine se3 3:4  ���SiilLOH  "Has icaaedy should be in ereiy household.  Electric' current   supplied   for  .*  4��    #**4 ++&+++4>+4>2&+~+-++*+*'**++mt  Power,* Lighting,' Heating^ and  Ventilating. Power^furnished  for Hoisting and; air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for Operating.  Get Oar Rates; le Can Save m ioney  4  '���KIWMeU '[Jtf-ilB.'. 3f^lJj1f^f^gaftaiasm  ess '&  .<��� ���*  is-^f  F^F^**H��5*>-'*--'  ***    /    Hl��  ---V "f*  "��*. #1  ���#-*i  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  fe  HENRYS  JllfljS Seeds. Trees.  Plants {01 FUll  Cat����4Be Planting  M. J. HENRY  3010 Westminster Road  Vancouver.  NURSERIES  ' g*-*u������##��e*#*>o#~#����*����oo��**  *  *��  *  *��-  *  MINING  Though the pecuniary positiora  of the American.Smel ting- and Refining Cor has not been very satis-,  factory doring the past fiscal yeaf,  it is nevertheless certain that the  .continued   improvement   ifs  the  metal market will result in larger  earnings in   future.    What   the  managerial policy of the --smelter  Ltrust" will be in a   year or   two  "hence will depend largely on the  initiative of   the   Guggenheima,  Wall street stories   to the   contrary notwithstanding.���Mining  .World.  Kelly an^ H. A. Forsaith  The eighth ordinary general  meeting of the Granby company  will i>e held at the head office of  the company. 52 Broadway, New  York, on Tuesday, Oct. 6tb, for  the purpose of electing directors  and transacting other business.  For the purpose of the meetin'g  tho transfer books of the company  will be closed from Sept. 21st to  Oct. 6th.  ington district, Nevada.  A shipment of a carload of ore  from the St. Elmo   mine   by the  lessees, Peter Johnson and   John  Selta, was recently made   to the.  Consolidated Go's smelter at Trail'  8 OUT OF IG  The St. Eimo mine, Eossland,  has again started shipping, thirty tons being sent to the Trail  smelter. The ore is a good class  copper-gold ore.  Mr. Camsell of the Dominion  Geologlical Survey says:  ��� "The Nickle Plate is easly tne  greatest gold mine in Canada.  There isi no. reason why Hedley  camp should not develop other rich  propositions^ All that is needed  is intelligentdevelopmeat."  - - The Dykehead mineral claim  near the Fife lime/ quarries has  been bonded to C. C. Dempster, of  Rossland, for $50,000. One pf the  > stipulations in the , bond is that  lhe-mine shall be worked all wit-  - ter. This property was located  in 1895 and.a very considerable  amount of work has been- done.  The present   owners   are James-  Interest is reviving in tbe cop-1  per properties in Highland Valley  and on the Bonaparte river in the  Ashcroft district.  George Chattaway. bonded his  Highland Valley property last  week to Montana capital for the  sum of $25,000  A coal discovery is reported  near the Ba-mfield cable station,  oul-croppings being found on the  surface. Quifet a rush is reported  from the west coast to the discovery: m   ~     '  -  Ross Thompson, formerly operating in  the   Boundary   district,.  British Columbia, is now ot3era<-  ing copper properties in the ��er-  The Canadian Alluvials, Limited, has been formed with a capital of ,$375,000, to acquire the  mining property, at Little Valley,  Cariboo, B.C.'    -       .      .; ,  The mines of Rossland :. camp  are nlaint aing a good y output for  the present times and-the ore at  all of the big producers is showing  up stronjr.  An immense find of iron ore  similar to the Swedish iron has  been made on Douglas Channel  Northern B, C  In seven months this year Great  Britain imported 40,286 flasks of  quicksilver.  - Great Britain imported 3,467.-  235 tons iron ore in seven months  this year.  Silver   is expected to increase  markedly in the near future.  persons suffer at sometime or other Irom Piles!  5*o "a*,s-i f--eat medical authority. There  is no disease 'causes more pain and  Hreti,hecl[)e->s than piles ; ancj by Riving  almost imincVliilc ease Zam-Buk has won  the pr-iiioof thousands of sufferers. If you  re stiflcring let Zam-Buk cure you* Mr.  Neil De*,rm,\Vi.bbwood> Ont. suffered with  p !cs i ght \c3rs A few boxes of 2am-  I Link, cured hm. He since says:���"I have  bad ro return of the trouble so that I know  lhe c-re .s perminent."  Mr C. B. Frost, Lennuxville, P Q.,  writes: " I hive proved Zam-Buk a great  cure for p.les from whicn I suffered acutely  for a long time."  Zam Huk also cures cuts, ulcers, bums,  abscesses, poisoned wounds, boils, eciema,  md all skui troubles. 50c. a box. all druggists and stores or from Zam-Buk Co.,  lorontn.    3 boxes for $1.25.  contrary to the new regulations  of the provincial government.  At what is known as the*'Black  Hand trial" at Fernie, nine Italians were found guilty and sentenced to terms ranging from six  months to seven years.  For a light lunch, afternoon  teas, picnics and camp, there  is nothing .that   will equal a  BOVRIL  t  SANDWICH  It is tasty, more nutritious  than ham, beef, or chicken,  aud more economical. Send  a post card for new recipe  booklet "Tasty Dishes," to  BOVRIL LIMITED  27 ST. PETER STREET. MONTREAL  Lord Aylmer, late adjutant-  general of the Canadian militia,  has turned his sword into a plowshare, and will-engage in farming  in the Kootenays.  ^rera-r.onfr;ofyx-<^-yyA-/��y*vy-.^^  SS&  ! PROVINCIAL ITEMS  The Canadian Pacific railway  has at present -two large survey  parties out locating .a line,  through Pine Pass, in .the Rockies, also a line to,Dunviegan, on  .the Peace river. Pine Pass has'  been twice surveyed, once by the  Great Northern. It is next' to  the Yellowhead Pass, where the  Grand /frank Pacific is going  ' Frank Carpenter, the famous  correspondent, says that the province of B.C; hat such a wonder-  ful wealth of natural resources,  mineral, timber and fisheries, is  suited so well to fruit-raising, and  to large and small farming and  cattle raising, that it eventually  will" be the leading- and greatest province ot the Dominion.  % The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, 'Inks,-. Paper, in.  the Boundary.  % The Times is improving its. stock,' enlarging  its circulation, widening  -its interests every  month.  f The   Times,  in   Job  Work,  Advertising,  News Getting and Giving    can    deliver     the  goods.  SED IF IT-GAN^T.  The Dunsmuir estate i�� in for  another, big law-suit through the  action of Mrs. Joan Dunsmuir in  asking, foran accounting of all  monies connected with the great  estate since 1889.: - $30,Q00,000  will be inyolved in the contest.  The Vernon Fall Fair was a  great success, with a magnificent  fruit'display and the best show of  horses ever seen in the Okanagan  Jas. Bray, of Portage Plains,  will exhibit two car-loads of thoroughbred Hereford cattle at Victoria fair.  Charles Bunting, bt Grand  Forks, has been tendered a nomination by the Socialists of Yale-  Cariboo.  The4ate of the Provincial Exhibition at New. Westminster, is  Sept. 29 and 30, and Oct. 1, 2, 3.  Dr. K. C. MacDonald, of Ver.  non, will be the returning officer  for Yale-Caribco.  John Carscadden, son-in-law of  Mrs. Coryell, Kettle Valley,"died  at Los Angeles. -  New Westminster defeated Vancouver at lacrosse by 14 to 3.  THE-ASSIZE COURT  ' SITTINGS FIXED  9th civil and criminal.  City of Vancouver, Monday,  Oct. 12th, criminal.  City of Vernon. Tuesday. Oct.  13th, civil and criminal.  City of New Westminster,Tuesday, October 20th, civil aud criminal. .'"''  City of Cranbrook, Tuesday,  October.20th, civil and criminal.  City of Greenwood, Thursday,  October 22nd. civil and,criminal,  City of Rossland, Tuesday, Oct.  13th, civil.  City of 'Vancouver. Tuesday,  November 3rd, full court.  TENE3RRS  SEALED TENDERS will b�� recived by the  undersigned np to the 1st day- at November A. D. 1908, for. the purchase of 'the following'  property of the lote Francesco Fera, situate at  Greenwood. '.'"���'.  1. ..Lot .Three (3), Block "D," Map 28, City of  Greenwood.  2, South Half's J0of LotSi-*ttieH(16J Block  "D," Map 28, City of Greenwood.    ;    ,  ��� 3. - An undivided One-half (1-2/ interest in the  South Half (S. Ji)'-b'f LotEI'if'if (?) Oloclc'Two  (2). Mapv57, City of Greenwood.  The highest or any tender hot necessarily  accepted. -.'���..-���:.'"'���;'��� ���"  ;" Dated this 10th day of September. A.PrWOS,  .-     CHARLES GRORGE MAJOR.  Official Administr,ilO'V   '  1-4 .._��� "..'.'  New Westminster, B.C  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY   CO.\  LTD.  New Westminister, B. C.  Greenwood Liquor Co., Agents, Greenwood  MRS. MURRAY, graduate in voca  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils in piano, organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory methods  taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday. For terms and further particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  LAND NOTICES  District  GREENWOOD TRADING  COMPANY,  LIMITED.  NOTICE Is hereby g-tven that'a'Tspecla.1 resolution has been passed, for voluntarily  windlng npthts Cgmpany and that the under  deislgned has been appointed Liquidator of the  Company for the purpose* of winding-up proceedings. Creditors and others having claims  against the Company are requeatej'to send to  the.undersig-ned at the office of John D. Spence,  Barrister, Greenwood, B.C., before lst,Octeber,  1908, their names and addresses and full particulars in writing- of their claims ' duly verifi. d  and t f tbe security, if any* heldbjrthem. -  .'��� AND TAKE NOTICE that afteir the 1st day  of October, 1905, the* undersigned will proceed  to distribute the assets of the! Company amongst  tbe parties entitled thereto, having regard only  to the claims of which the undersigned then has  notice.-- .'. '���'���'.].'���  Dated this 7th day of August, A.D., 1908.  ������':���-..; JULIUS EHRLICH,  -      -  '   Liquidator. ���  Similkameen Land District-  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I, James Crawford, of  Park Rapids, Mlnnesota.occupation Far-:  mer.intend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described1ands:JCommencln-rat a  post planted at the North West corner of Lot  805 S, thence north 20 chilns; thence east 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; thence weat  40 chains, thence north 60 chains, thence west  40 chains to point of commencement, and con  tainlng.400 acres, more or lea*.  .       -     JAMES CRAWFORD.   .  .    - Per Henry Strauss, Agent  Dated June 12th, 1908.  LAND NOTICE  CANADIAN  PACIFIC  R A I L W A Y  MINERAL ACT.��  ��� The Daily Columbian says  there is a good opening for a live  candidate in Comox-Atlin. It begins to look as though the Liberals will have one riding by acclamation as a starter.  Nelson will accept the offer of  96c on the dollar by the Dominion  Securities.Co., for the new issue  of debantures amounting to $85,-  000. The money will be used for  the installation of a ' second unit  at the power station.  Committals have been issued  for tlie five fishermen who were  fined $10 or 14 davs   for -fishing  The autumn .Assizes commence  with the beginning of October  and the legal fraternity will be  once more engaged in trying to  convict or release such as are  said to have offended against the  majesty of the law and of their  Lord and 'King. The following  is the list of dates set for the  holding of courts throughout the  province:  -Town of Clinton, Thursday,  Oct. 1st, civil and criminal.  City of Victoria, Mouday, Oct.  Sth, criminal.  City of Kimloops, Monday,  Oct. 5tb, civil and criminal.  City of Nanaimo, Tnurs., Oct.  Sbh, civil and criminal.  City of Nelson, Tuesday, Oct.  61h, civil and criminal.  City of Revelstoke,Friday, Oct.  Certificate of Iinprovements.  NOTICE.  Bristol Boy Mineral Claim, situate in Greenwood Mining Division of tale District.  Where located:   West Capper Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, James Edward  Schon, Free Miners' Csrtlficrte No. B9S80,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, toapply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificae of  Improvements, for tbe purpose ot obtaining a  Crown Grant of tlie above claim.  And further take notice that ac ion, un'er  Section 37,  must  be  commenced  before  the  issuance of suet-   Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of Julv, A. D. 1998  JAMES EDWARD SCHON.  Similkameen Land District.  District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that I, Louisa I. Shaw, of  Gieenwpod, B.C., occupation Housekeeper,  intend to apply for permission to purchase the.  followlng described land:������  Commencing at a poBt planted at the North-  East corner of Lot No. 788S. thence East R0  chains; thence north 40chains, thence west 30  chains, thence south 20 chains; thence west 40  chains; thence north 20 chains, thence west 20  chains, thence son'h 40 chains to point of com  mencement, aiid containing 240 acres more or  less.  LOUISA I. SHAW.  Per HENRY STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated July 13th, 1908.  MINERAL, ACT.  ����M��MMM<��H����HM��>����>  SAYS THIS IS BEST  A iMdlng hs-lth jownsl in answering th* question, " What Is the best  prescription to olson and purify the  blood ?v prints in m rootat iss*ae thi-  following i  .   Fluid Bxtraot Dandelion one ounce;  Compound Salatone, ona ounce ;  Compound Syrup Sarssparilla, four  ounoes.  Shaks wall and ns* in teaspoonful  doses aftor esch maal and st badtime.  A well-known physioian ctetes tbat  tliese ms harmless vegeUblo ingredients, which can bs obtained Irom  any good proscription pharmacy.  This mbttnrs will clean the blood  of all i-apnrities. In just a few days  the skin begins to dear of sores, boils  and pimples. It puts vigor and  energy into run-down debilitated  msa and women. For many years  Sersapsrilla slope bas been considered  a gooa blood medicine. But while  it built up and made new blood, the  impurities remained within and the  good accomplished was only temporary. Sorsaparilla, however,- when  used in combination with Compound  Salatone and Extract Dandelion,  works wonders. . This combination  pats the kidneys to work to filter  and-sift out the waste matter, uric  acid, and other impurities that cause  disease. It makes cew blood aud  relieve* rhenmatism and lame bsok  and bladder troubles. '  i��<H��ttMM-��������*��������>t*J  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE. ���'.���������  "Columbus" Mineral Claim, situated in the  Greenwood Mining Division <i Vale District.  Where located:   In Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICE That I'. Isaac H. Hallett,  as ajjent for J. V. Cunni-phani, Free  Miner's CsrtHlcate No. B6761, W. T. Smith.  Free Miner's Certificate No. B9368. and E. J.  Roberts, Free Miner's Certificate No. B10655,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply  to the Minlnitr Recorder 'or a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a  Crown Grant of tbe above claim.  And further take notice t-'at action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the Issue-  anceof such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of r.T.-.r.*A.-��.1908.  I. H. HALLETT.  FROM  GREENWOOD   TO  VICTORIA, B.C,  $21.85  Selling Dates Sept. 19th to  24th;- Final return limit  Sept* 28th:  NELSON,   B.C.  $4.80  Selling- Dates;Sep . 21st to  25th. Final return limit  Sept. 28th.  NEW WESTMINSTER  OR VANCOUVER  $19.35  Selling dates Sept. 26th to  Oct. 2nd. Final return limit  Oct. 7th,  Corresponding- rates from  o"ther points. Apply to Local  Ticket -Agents for- berth  reservations,- etc.  J. E Proctor. D.P.A., Calgary,  B.   R.   REDPATH  GREENWOOD  AGENT  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  Warwick Fraction Mineral   Claim, situate   In  the Greenwood Mlulnir  Division   of Yale  District.   Whore  located:    In   Providence  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Hemraerle aud  Hiilfh   McKec Free   Miner's   Certificates   No.  1! 14403, and   1114*20, intend,    sixty days  from  tbe   date   hereof, to    apply    to   the Mining  Recorder  for a  Certiticate  of Improvements  fnr the purpose of obtaining  ��� Crown Grant of  the above claim,  And further take notice that action, nnder  section 37.  must be commenced  before the 1s-  snanceof such Certificate of Improvements.  Daled this 5th day of August. A. D. WW.  THOMAS HEMMEBLE &HDGH McKEE  Palming  House, sign and all  exterior and  and interior painting and decor^  ating protiiptly done.  Subscribe for The Times  (Uall Papering  Jlnd Kai shifting  Send in your -j-ring orders.  LICENSE ACT, 1900.  TAKE, NOTICE that I, J. W." Nelson, of  Car in i, B.C., mtend applying- to tbe Superintendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration of one month from the date hereof, for a renewal of my hotel license for the premises  known as the West House, at Carmi, B. C, situate on Block 1. Lot B.  Dated at Carral, B.C., the 14th dav of Aujrnst,  I9��8- Si-fiicd; J. W. NELSON  Snynopsis of Canadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ^NY even-numbered section of Dominion  LandB In Manitoba. Saskatchewan aud  All>erta, exce*pllr.|r 8 and 26, not reserved, may  he homesteaded bv any person- who Is the sole  head of a family, or any male over IS years ol  aire to the extent of one-quarter section of 150  ncies, more or less.  Application for entry must be made in person  by the applicant al a Dominion Land A-renc  cr Sub-aifencv for (he district in which the land  Is si'uale. Entry by proxy may, however, be  inadcat any Ajfcncy on certain conditions by  the father mother, son, daughter, bioilieror  sister of an inteiidins,- homesteader.  Dl-tiks���I. Al least six months' residence  ku<>ii and cnltivation of the land in cacti year  for three years.  2. A homesteader may, If he so desires, perform thc required residence duties by living un  farmiiiir land owned solely by him, not lean  tlifn cik'lit.v (SO) acres iu extent, in the vicinity  of liis hon este.-id. lie may alfo do so by living  Willi father or mother, on certain conditions,  joint ownership in land will not meet this requirement.  3. A homesteader intending to perform his  retidence duties in accordance with the- above  while living with parents or on farming land  owned by him'elf must notify the A|rent for the  district of inch intention.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. I!.���Unauthorized  publication of this  advertisement will not be oaid for.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District-  of Yale.  District  Box 255. Grseawood.  Sh>\: Government street.  TAKE   NOTICE  that   I James Bird Man  ross, of Greenwood, B.C., occupation Free  Miner, intend   to apply for pcrmiM-iou to pur;  chase the following described land:  Commencing at a post plan'.cd about SOO feet  W>st of thc North-East Corner of Lot 710  iu<-nc�� east 900 feet tbencc north 1,200 feet thence  ea>t 1,500 thence north tOO feet theace west 1,<KX)  fet t thence south-west 500 feel fo point of commencement.  JAMES BIRD MANROSS  Dated the 16th day of July. 1908.  Y-Ysm  YYiSm  'Y0��m  y*:Yr.  2&ys^0k  Y��-i;��YSe  yyy,:��?^��m  - Yy.'SlMgi  ���"������:-;: :r-<-fvL  -.'.���:-.*.-.v:; ������#$&|  '"^.y^f-pii  ���Y&m  ���y.-Xr&iSW  Y$Ym  ' :-.-,S��!i5  Y-jYYMM  ���*;''-:,oS-*>B  Y*ftm  .-���:."��sr THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  ss^s^-ss^-*^^  ?  v.  i  it  i  i  \i  i  i  The House for Men's  Furnishings of Every  Description*    X   X  We carry the Clothes  that Fit���  THE   BROADWAY  BRAND     X       X  At prices to suit everybody  ��� ��lw  i  ii  ii  11  ii  f!  il  ii  Get the Genuine  Insist on Pabst  Bottled   Beer  Don't be fooled by Spurious Imitations. .  Greenwood Ciauor 0o.  IMPORTERS GFEENWOOD  The Cold Man is here, so are we with a large and  well assorted line of New and Old   Heaters.   You  will save money by buying from us.  A. L WHITE,  The O; K, STORE  LFurniture and Stove Man.  mmamanam^tmamamvmuamm  Phone 16.  Jfr.(���_��.ii-w-fi---wi _���*��--��� * i---��,^''-i-ii--��_iw-^ii*-*_wii-*-*--ii��*����l---����* iji.  j Purely Personal  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open eveninps  g*  J.   TOWN IOTICj  Mrs. Sidney Oliver is at tho fair.  D. C. McRae attended the I^��l-  3dn fair.  '  Robert Wood left Saturday for  Beaverdell.  Miss B. Dynes; of Rendell & Co  was at the fair.  AV*Vl  Henry Lye, fire-adjuster Van-'  couver, is in the city  H. L. Massey, of Phoenix, was  in the city Tuesday.  Angus-McLennan,' Rock Creek,  was ifc towft Tuesday.  Lloyd Hunter left this week to  attend college in Toronto.  Mrs. Duncan Ross left on lues-  day on a trip to the main. line.  Jas. Tohnson and wife, of Bridesville, were in town this week.  D. A. McBride, of Bridesville,  wasin Greenwood on Tuesday..  G. A. Rendell, o/ Eholt, paid  a visit to the city Wednesday.  Mrs. R. J. Moffatt returned to  the city this week from Spokane  N; Robertson, VIS., of Rock  Creek, was in Greenwood Tuesday.  Herb. Bryant went to Nelson  yesterday and will return tomorrow.  J. G.   McMynn,   of Mycaster,  was   in   with   a load of fruit on  Monday.  ,.    -  H*. O. Motley, metal-buyer of  Montreal, is registered at the Imperial  Mrs. William Ro we and daughter were attending' Nelson fair  this week. ,  Mrs. Arthur. Napper, of, Grand  Forks, is visiting- Mr. and Mrs.  Lamont.  Mrs. E. B. Dill went over to  Nelspn Tuesday, to visit Mr.  Dill's brothers.  C. B. Dayfoot, of the Day foot  Shoe Co., Georgetown, Ont., is  at the Imperial.  E. Scott Galloway, of Grand  Forks, was registered at the Imperial on Monday.  Mrs. Younghusband, of -Phoenix, is visiting Mrs. T. F. Lyons  at the Mother Lode.  C. J. Wilson, Manager P. Burns  & Co., Greenwood branch is on a  business trip to Nelson.  Born���At the Sister's hospital,  on 22nd inst. to Mr. and Mrs. J.  L. Coles, a daughter.  . Geo. O'Neil who sold-his* ranch  at Bridesville to Chester Charleston has gone to Spokake.  J. H. Poff, provincial manager  Sun Life Insurance Co., was in  Greenwood this week.  James Hunter, of Hunter Bros.  Rossland, visited friends in  Greenwood on Monday.  Conductor Eaton ofthe yard  and smelter train crew has exchanged with Conductor Jewel,  of the Eholt run.  - Mr. and Mrs. Harwood, of Portage la Prairie, are visiting* Mrs.  Garland's father, Mr, T. A. Garland, of Anaconda.  Mr. Chas. O. Douglas, representing the Stanfield Underwear  factories of Truro, N.S., was in  Greenwood this week.  H. McCutcheon, Collector of  Customs for the Port of Greenwood, has taken advantage of the  excursion to attend the Nelson  fair.  There are 75 men   working  Denoro mine.  S. B. Dixon has the contract to  concrete the Providence Creek  reservoir,  A meeting of the Bridesville  Liberal Association will be held  to-morrow night.  'Closing out Sale. New and 2nd  Hand goods. Fixtures for sale.  H. J. Clint, Copper Street,  Mrs. Greig again has charge of  the Pacific Cafe, and will carry  it on in the usual high-class manner.  Copper Seal Confections excell  all others.   McRae Bros.  This evening the usual Friday  night dance in the Eagles' hall  will be conducted by the Boundary Fall's orchestra of seven  pieces, ,      ' ,  E. B. l^ill and . Paul Meecham  will play ball with the Phoenix  Aerie team at Nelson fair and  give the fans something to talk  about.  Dolls, Doll Carts, Express  Waggons, Toy's, etc.,in stock the  year round at McRae Bros.  There are a few tickets left for  the buggy raffle in aid of Jacob  Petersen which takes place  tomorrow evening.  Manager Craufurd," of the Nelson-Iron Works has returned to  Nelson and the business 'will in  future be conducted by G. M. Holt  The entertainment last Friday  evening by the Grace Cameron  Co. was well patronized and was  a much better show than the  ordinary.   .  - Perfection in Confectionery���  The Copper Seal Brand ���McRae  Bros.  The annual fruit fair at Nelsort  is in progress and the excursion  rates and special trains has attracted quite a number of Greenwoods people.  Wanted���A good girl for general house work. ^ Apply Judge  Browny Kimberley Avenue.  On complaint of J. McNeil before G. A. Rendell, J.P., of Eholt,  John Connollys was charged .with  threatening to do bodily harm,  and the case amended to' intimidation, was tried before Stipendiary-magistrate McMynn on Monday. J. P. McLeod acting for  complainant.  This trouble grew "out of the  C.P.R. strike situation at Eholt  and was' not considered serious  enough for action on the part of  the magistrate, the charge being  dismissed.  . The Greenwood Daughters of  Rebekah celebrated the 57th anniversary ot their order by a very  pleasant entertainment, in tjie  Eagles' hall last-Wednesday evening. '  The program was varied and  the different numbers were well  received including art address by  the Noble Grand. Mrs. Manross,  pianoforte solos, songs,recitations  and club swinging by a squad of  the Boy's Brigade.   "  Avery enjoyable supper was  served followed by a couple of  hours of dancing and the evening  was" one of the most snecessful  that has been given by the local  lodge of Rebekahs.  0,ur 1908 Wall Papers are as  cheap as they are charming-���  McRae Bros.   .  The  Quality  Campbell's  Clothing  CAMPBELLS  CLOTHfrKV  This'''Quality "about which we talk so much in  Gampbell's Clothing  is our strongest argument why you should buy  our clothing.      ��� - '^  These days any man can be fitted perfectly in  ready-made rlotbing of ttie better kind.  But besides Style and Fit���the hottest wearin%  value���the point which makes a man buythe  same brand again and again ia specially featured in Campbell's Cloth'ng. .  The materials are as good as we can buy, the  gnishirigs and workman-ship of tbe highest  quality. Ihe result���thc clothing���is sold toyou  over our guaran tee of money back if all details  of style, fit and wearing value are not as we represent them. * ~  The Huntef-Kendfick Co;, Ltd  Cbe  Pacific Cafe  pros-  Mon-  Barry Dale, pion eer aad  pec tor, was in the town on  day. -.'-'.  Mr. Dale says the future of the  West Fork coun try looks very  bright. Prospectors are busy and  a number of properties are well  along in development work, and  the operations ot the railroad surveyors on the" Midway-Penticton  line has given/renewed encouragement to those wtio will' supply a  tonnage of both high-grade and  low-grade ores to that railway as  soon as it is built.  It is reported that a grade, of*  ode and a half per cent, has been  found.  is now under the Management of Ifondeau and Dupont  Meals are served at all hours of the day a-td night..  If you want a good meat well cooked, carefully served  and promptly provided try the Pacific. By attention  and promptness, eating is made pleasant.  X-i- ���*�� 'jr 4* ir ir ir ir ir ir ���** ir ir 4* *-M'4--f-4--t��4-*i-^*'l?��*K  ! The Palace Livery Stable j  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. C.  BUCKLESS  f    ��� PROPRIETOR ���  The funeral of the infant daughter of Jos. Wilmhurst,.took place  on -Monday to the Greenwood  cemeteryV Rev. F. V. Venables  conducting the service. _,  The annual convention of the  Alberta and East B.C. Pres3 Association is being held in Nelson  today. Among those billed for  addresses are "Old Man" Simpson  of the Cranbrook Herald, and  J. Herbert Woods, of the Calgary  Herald.  Messrs. Frith, Gillam, Logan,  Stevens and Birnie have been camping and fishing at James Lake,  and great-luck has been with them.  Messrs. Birnie and Stevens, surfeited, with 8uccess.have returned  to town with, a 51b trout to  prove their prowess with the rod  and line.  Holmes and Kennedy tender  their sincere thanks to-the members of the fire team and, the  many good iriends who helped  to save their stock in the recent  fire. They expect to have their  store in working order in a few  days.    *  As next Sabbath is children's  day in the Presbyterian Church  in Canada, the morning service  will be specially for the children.  The children are asked to bring  flowers and contributions towards  the children's day fund.  Henry Steffens, owner of the  Copper Jack claims on Goat creek,  three miles from Duck lake,^reports having done considerable  tunnelling on his properties. He  has 170 feet of work on his lower  tunnel and 35 feet on the uppef  one, uncovering a vein from three  tb to four feet which assays; $16  to the ton* '_.:'���  4*  *  4��  4*  -4-  4*  4-  *  4-  *  4-  4-  ������*  4-  *  4-  4-  Tor Safe  4-Roomed   Cottage  on  SO foot Lot.   Close in  $500  Bealey Inyestment & Trust Co.* Ltd. +���  OPPOSITE THB POST OFFICE. . J J?  ,f* ti* ������� *|*- jf. j^. jq* jf* ���$�� ��|* ��$��� *-f"$* *-f* *f* 4* 4* 4*4*4,4*'4'4,4'4*,'*5*  ;. .  '     '���    . YY   ' -���    *  i  s *"     ; -.   '"'      :,������-     ,       ���'       ' (J    " "    ' ^    '      "  L  t9��*��*��tt������-����t��*����*����m��m*99��*��^my������m*ni0mt**m9��*m0***Y  Extensive operations are to be  commenced on-the gypsum deposit  known to exist on the  main line  of the Canadian Pacific Railroad,  '- . - ��� -  near Spence's Bridge  Geo. Burns, of tbe Sally mine,  Beaverdell. left yesterday by C.  P.-R. for Quebec and will sail for  Liverpool Oct. 2nd, on the Empress of Britain.  Nicol Thompson, a well-known  Vancouver engineer is in the district representing Cammell, Laird  & Co., Sheffield, manufacturers  machinery and steel.  Miss McKenzie, of Comox, V.I.,  is visiting her brother-in-law, R.  H. Hewer, superintendent of the  Sunset mine, Deadwood camp.  E. S. Busby, Inspector of Customs, Vancouver, and his assistant, D. M. Stirton, have been inspecting the Port of Greenwood  this week after having inspected  the out-ports of the district.  Born���Sept. 23rd, at Nelson, to  the wife of V. W. Odium, a son.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  :   NOTICE.   ' ."' 'Y~  "CLATAWA NO. 2'" Mineral Claim, situate  In tbe Greenwood Mining Division of Tale  District. Where located: Ou Wallace Moon  tain. ��� '       .  TAKE NOTICE that I, Edward H. Mortimer  . Free Miner's certificate No. B14422, intend, sixty daj-s from the date hereof j tp apply  to the Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining-a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice tha�� action nnder section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of each Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Ninth dar of September A.D. 1908.  EDWARD H. MORTIMER.  ��� ���:-  ft.  *'���  *  I  a.  #-.���  ��� -.  *  ��  ��  *  *  e  *  _  *  ft  P, BURNS * CO;, Ltd. i  DEALERS IN  Tresb and gured meats  ,   Fi$b and Poultry.  *  *  *.  s  ft  �����*ftftftft��ft*ftftft��ftftft��������ft��a*����fteftftirKw-^^  ^5*_*^S3*>f&H3-*'5*=_'^^  Card of Thanks  Mr. F. Jaynes, grocer, desires  to express his thanks to the firemen and others who assisted in  removing his stock of goods and  greatly reducing his loss by< the  fire. r  Notice.  PUBMC NOTICE is given by the u��ideraij-n-  ed that they propose under tbe Tramway  Company Incorporation Act and amending acts  of the Province of British Columbia to form a  Company to be known as , Greenwood-Phoenix  Tramway Company Limited, for the purpose  of constructing, iquippinff and operating a single or double track tramway undoi ground commencing at a point in the City of Greenwood la  the District of Yale and Province of British  Columbia, and running- thence Easterly under  ground toward and to the City of Phoenix id  said District and Province. .  Dated Aujru.it 29tV*S08.  RICHARD ARMSTRONG,  DUNCAN McINTOSH.  THOMAS A. WOODRUFF.  Subscribe for The Times  /F'  The Greenwood Dairy  Milk and Gream Supplied Daily  to any part of Greenwood,  Anaconda and Phoenix  ^=  Jenks Bros.  Greenwood  I.  THE "PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA,"  Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co., SS^rM  NELSON IRON WORKS  (Greenwood Branch)  IRON, BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  Y '   ' Y    ��� Y''.' -v,' ..-'-*   ��� "    -  Geo. M. Holt, Manager. h. CutAtPURD, Lessee  _^  Cf /? Is in  the   Windsor   Hotel.  ��MgjOb   Tke   business of providing  Cl>& %s^ :tninSs good to   eat is  our  : business.     Meals   are   well  and promptly se rved.    Everything" completely to  your taste. Howard Moore, Proprietor,  ..x"


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