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Array /  Y:m%.  % )  y ���/'>-...._  yj/  VOL. 14  GREENWOOD,   B.  C,   FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22.    1909.  NEW  FALL  MILLINERY  All new ideas in  Ready to-Wear  Trimmed and  Pattern Hats  Everything you want in Millinery at tempting prices       ���  BARCLAY <& GO.  DRY GOODS���BOOTS & SHOES MILLINERY  ���^  JJ  .-Ll _.  IB  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Don't Buy Furniture  Till you see (rulley's stock and get  Gulley's prices. We are offering  snaps iri  all lines.  Headquarters for CARP ET&-CARPET SQUARES  and LINOLEUMS at Rock Bottom Prices.  Agents for Edison Phonographs and Records.  Agents for Bell Pianos and Organs.  Everything in the Furniture Line.  -^  T. M.  & Co.  ^  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  l>  ^  NOTICE  To Hunters and Trappers:  We are carrying- in stock Strychnine  Hydrochlorate for the killing of Coyotes, Lynx, Foxes, etc. This strychnine is twice as soluble as any other  kind, and greatly lessens the chance of  the animal getting away.  Put up in bottles, and we will mail it  to any address in Canada on receipt of  50 cents, stamps or coin.  ^  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  THE STORE OF QUALITY.  s*-  P. BURNS & CO.  WHOLESALE AND RET AI pEALERS IN  D  V  I  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  SOME RESOURCES  OF GREENWOOD  Gold, Silver, Copper and Coal Mines.���  Fruit Farms, Cattle Ranches, Logging Camps, Railways, Stages,  Good Roads, Live and Energetic Business Men.  (Continued from last week)  F. 0. E  The Fraternal Order of Eagles was  organized ten years ago in Greenwood, and has been known locally as  a jolly good lodge, with a jolly good  bunch of fellows. Wm. Frawley is  at the present holding the principal  chair, and he is always ready to extend the hand of fellowship to all  comers, and to add the finishing touch  to all contemplating joining the nest.  The order is known for benevolence  and charity to its members. At the  present time the local Aerie has quite  a number of candidates passing  through those mysterious flights which  only the Eagle solves. Their meeting night is the first and third Mondays of every month, at 8 o'cloclc, in  the Eagles' hall.  Maccabees,  A branch lodge of the Ladies of  the Maccabees was organized in.  Greenwood last November, and has  at present a membership of fifteen,  which, considering the noble objects  of the society, will no doubt be augmented with the steady growth of the  town. Mrs. J. Crawford is the present Lady Commander, while Miss  Lila Rowe is Record Keeper. The  Ladies of the Maccabees meet every  first and third Monday at the home of  a member of the order, and will welcome all visiting Lady Maccabees who  wish.to visit the society.  Rebekahs.  The Greenwood Rebekah lodge,  No. 18, I. O. O. F., was founded  three years ago, and has a membership of 60, and is in a most flourishing condition. This is the ladies'  branch of the Odd Fellows, and a  most popular sororal society. Miss  Jessie Murray is the occupant of the  senior chair and is aided by an able  and efficient staff. The Rebekahs  meet on the second and fourth Thursdays in each month, in the Eagles'  hall. The first annual session of the  Rebekah Assembly of British Columbia, I. O. O. F., met at Odd Fellows' hall, Vancouver, on the 8th of  last June Sister A. Flemming represented Greenwood   Lodge   No.  18.  This order is a credit to the town and  all visiting sisters are made welcome  at the lodge meetings.  Our Fire Department.  Greenwood has an up-to-date, well  equipped fire department, with A. E.  Braithwaite as chief. While other  towns in the Boundary have been devastated by fire, Greenwood has been  most fortunate. There have been  some big fires here in the years gone  by, but the boys, who are responsible  for the safety of our homes and business blocks, have, without fail, managed to localize the damage done by  the greedy flames. Greenwood has  three reservoirs of 250,000 gallons  capacity each, on Providence, >Twin  and Lind creeks, and at all times the  water pressure has been adequate,  the average pressure being 140 lbs.  The fire department is equipped with  a modern hose wagon, two hose reels,  a hook and ladder wagon and 3,000  feet of fire hose. Two fine horses,  practiced daily, complete the equipment. The Gamewell system of  electric fire alarm is installed, and fire  boxes are all over the town. The  following members of the department are a credit to the positions  they fill: A. E. Braithwaite, chief  and vice-president j Ted McArthur,  first assistant; A. F. Thomas, second  assistant and secretary-treasurer; W.  G. Pond, driver; A. Legault, electrician; A. Jaynes, captain No. 1  Hose company; J. D. McCreath,  captain No. 2 Hose company and  president; E. Russell, captain No. 3  Hose company; Geo. Clerf, John  Barclay, Alex Matheson, J. J.  Rochon, C. Summers, E. Clerf,  George Murray, Clif Russell, George  Horton, A. H. Hook, John Cropley,  A. D. McMillan. The Fire Department make their headquarters at the  City Hall, where they have a Fire  hall and a well appointed gymnasium  for the use of the members and club  room for their evening entertainment  and comfortable sleeping accommodation for a large number of their  members.  This article continued next week.  COUNGIL MEETING  The Greenwood fatkers met  Monday night at the Citv Hall,  Mavor Bunting, Aldermen Johnson, Meyer and Buckless being  present.  The city has a very considerable sum outstanding and verv-  much due. Delinquent taxes  amount to several thousand dollars, in the neighborhood of $16,-  000. The following resolution  was passed.  ' "Tliat the city solicitor be instructed to report to the next  meeting upon the advisability of  collecting delinquent taxes -under  Section 157 of the Municipal  Clauses Act."  Were this money available today, the city would be in a position to carry out much needed city  improvements, and those who are  behind in their taxes would do  well to pay up.  ODDFELLOWS' BALL  The annual Oddfellows'  Thanksgiving Ball will be given  by Snowshoe Lodge No. 46, I. O.  O. F., Phoenix, in tbe Miners'  Union hall," at Phoenix, on Monday evening, October 25, 1*^09,  Visitors from Greenwood will be  especially welcome. Werner's 4  piece orchestra Will provide the  music.    Tickets $1.  TEN YEARS AGO  THE CONCERT  TAG DAY  (From  linundai-y Creek Times of Oct. Jl 1899.)  Pound��� A bicycle. Apply P.  Burns & CO.  Hewitt Bostock, M. P., is visiting Greenwood.  The Auditorium will be completed by Nov. 20th.  The Greenwood club ball was  a pronounced success.  The first C. P. R. passenger  coach reached here today.  C. W. H. Sansom and Miss  Boose, of Stratford, Ont., were  married at Midway  on Monday.  The first brick block to be  erected in Greenwood is now occupied by the Wallace-Miller  Go., Ltd.  Thos. McDonald was married  to Miss Kate Wolford, of Colville, last week and is expected  home today.  W. L. Hogg entertained his  friends at a banquet at the Clarendon with the money he won  from them on wagers on the advent of the 1st train.  Nn   7"  A SPLENDID  MUSICAL RECITAL  A  Henry St. Ives, world's champion Marathon runner, established a new record at Seattle on  October 17, his time being 2:32,  39.3-5.   Fall ood Triuter goods arriving daily.  Barclay & Co.  To fittingly close Tag Day,  last Friday, a free concert was  given at the Greenwood Auditorium to all who wore a tag  Over 200 were^prflsent, and a most!  pleasant evening's musical program was splendidly carried out  by Greenwood's local talent.  Father Bedard opened proceedings by a very much to the point  speech. He thanked those who  were responsible for the great  event, Tag Day, those who so  zealously gave their time and  energies lo dispose of the tags,  antl those ladies and gentlemen,  who, under the management of  the Rev. F. Vernon Venables.  gave their services to make the  evening's concert a success.  Amongst other kind remark1*, he  thanked the large audience of tag  wearers for the sympathy and  support shown for the Sisters'  hospital and announced the results of the sale of tagp, which  gave the grand total of $150  clear. Miss Bessie Buckless  led the list of tag sellers with  nearly 200 to her credit; Mrs. Bar-  nett, who was a most persistent  persuader, disposed of 15��, and a  number of others disposed ot  varying numbers.  The   concert   opened   with   a  charming piano solo by Mrs. Sydney Johnson, and was much  appreciated.     Mr. Frechette  sang  with  much   fervor and   received  moat hearty applause. Mrs. C. M-  Shaw gave much pleasure with an  old favorite contralto song.    Miss  Beldon,   who is a  great  favorite  with Greenwood audiences, played  two extremely pleasing cello solos,  accompanied, by   Miss   Marjorie  McArthur.     The   event   of   the  evening   followed.     Mr.   D.   M.  Macpherson  danced  the historic  Highland Fling with much grace,  and finished with an abandon and  vim that  astonished  as well as  pleased,  while his vocal accompaniment    brought    down    the  house.    Everyone   regretted   the  absence of the kilt,   which will  be eagerly looked  for next time.  A duet by Mr. and Mrs. Venables  was well sung and much enjoyed.  Mr. Burnett gets better and better, and Greenwoodites are learning  to   understand   Dr.    Drum-  lnond's  Habitant    poems,      His  recitation of Johnny Gatteau was  most   enthusiastically   received.  Mr. Fred McLaine is an old timer  on the Auditorium Rfcage and sang  with  more  than  his usual good  feeling and voice.    Miss Marjorie  McArthur  gave a splendid  exhibition of what a young  girl   can  accomplish   in a few years and  played a most pleasing piano solo  well.    Mrs. Oliver,  Greenwood's  leading vocalist,   was prevented  from singing by a bad cold.    Mr.  Dunlop received a most uproarious reception and  responded to  two encores.    A reading by F. V.  Venables   evoked    much   mirth.  Mr.   Venables  reads   excellently  and chose a most humorous  subject.    Miss   Hartmann, who  appeared as a vocalist  for the  first  time   at   the   Auditorium,   sang  most sweetly  and  her song was  highly appreciated.    Rev. W. F.  Williams was unable to appear,  and his lute solo greatly  missed.  Mr.   Stuart   Palmer   sang   "Oh!  Promise Me," with his usual good  taste  and   received   an   ovation.  Messrs.   Jory   and   Hopkins  unfortunately   were   unable   to   be  present, and the concert  came to  a close with the national anthem.  Dancing was kept up till early  morning.    Thus ended Tag Day.  Count de Lambert, the French  aeroplanist, has made the most  spectacular flight to date. Starting at Juvissy, he flew to Paris,  13 miles, made several gradually  diminishing circles around the  Eiffel tower, and then back to  Juvissy.  ������ ���   -        ���       ��� ��� -*   ��� t  Boots and Shoes for ladies and children, all sizes, and prices the  lowest.  Barclay & Co.  __ , ^.  Buy  winter goods  from Barclay &  j Co.    They will save you money.  Tbo violin rr-cital on Monday  evening last, given by Wilfrid L  Small, assisted by I-\;rcv 3 Hook,  pianist, was really a musica'  treat.. Thi; Auditorium was but  poorlv filled, which is a reflection  on the Greenwood j'Ublic, who,  however, little trior mav understand nr apprfcia<i�� g':od music,  should lii��v-j patronized the small  14-year-old hov, -vht was <~>ur first  show visitor this season. When  one t?k'-s inlo consider-- -ion that  not one boy of his age in Greenwood lias the taie.-.t or ability to  plav a difll.tilt rmi^'cal program  through.' in fict there is not a  grown-up Iu*ri* capable of giving  a like perform'���nee. it must necessarily be a lesson to us all to  hear a small hoy with splendid  technical know led gp uf the King  of instruments, with iu finite feeling and jrnnd tone, play as did  Master Small to the diminutive  but most appreciative audience  that assembled on Monday night.  The program was one that more  advanced and better known artists  might well be proud of, and it  will be indeed strange if he is not  beard of in later vears in the musical world. The sympathetic  accompanying ot Mr. Hook on  the piano was a most pleasing  feature ol the evening. His masterful rendering of difficult solos  was extraordinary, considering  the very poor instrument he had  to perform on, and his mat ked  control ot the pedal a most pleasant surprise.  Master Small was born in Montreal all but 15 years ago, and  studied at the Montreal Conservatory, under Professor Seifert, later  receiving tuition from Herr Neve,  a pupil of Wilbelmi.  Mr, Hook studied at Toronto,  and Chicago, aud when not on  tour attends to his ranch at Nara-  mata. The Times wishes them  every success and larger audiences.  MIDWAY NOTES  WEDDING  Seth Mills, of Ferry, was  moved to Greenwood hospital  tbis week, suffering from rheumatism.  Fred Whitsley, of Spokane, is  visiting his sister, Mrs. A. C.  Mesker. ������  A, C. Mills attractive new  motor car has made its initial appearance.  A carload of lumber has arrived for I Crawford's new store  at Rock Creek.  Mrs. Duhamel and children  have arrived from Edmonton to  join J. Duhamel.  The entire mining town of Dil-  ton, Wyo,. was destroyed by fire  recently.  Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Goods. Large  selection.   Barclay & Co.  Nowhere throughout the broad expanse of thc golden Northland has  there ever been a prettier and happier  wedding than that of Arthur Wilson,  administrator of the Yukon, and Mrs.  Jessie iVluhr, formerly of Greenwood.  The nuptials were solemnized in St.  Paul's cathedral, Dawson, before a  large and most representative gathering of Yukon friends, on September  30ch. A full surplieed choir of 20,  a large assembly of friends and re-  splendant decorations made the ceremony most effective. John M. Eil-  beck acted as best man. 'The bride  was given away by Sheriff Robert  James Kilbeck. Miss Norma Mac-  farlane was bridesmaid.  The bride was charmingly attired in  a gown of white silk crepe de chene  over white satin, and wore an exquisite white picture hat. At her throat  Was a magnificent diamond sunburst,  the gift of the groom, and on one  arm she carried a beautiful bouquet of  bride's roses tied with flowing white  ribbon. The ceremony was performed by rhe Rev. J.. M. Comyn-  Ching, rector, and was according to  the full wedding ritual of the Church  of England. The Times joins with  the mauy Greenwood friends of the  bride in extending heartiest good  wishes.  GENERAL NOTES  v-.  Hayti is still at war with itself.  The Panama canal will be  opened 1915.  Bubonic plague is rampant in  Amov. China.  Pittsburg won the National  baseball league series.  The Australian government is  advertising for settlers.  Lady Francis Cook has arrived  in New York to appeal to President Taft for  woman's  suffrage.  Some rich copper has been discovered on Lake Mesomikenda,  25 miles north of Bisco and about  80 miles from Sudbury.  Winston Churchill, speaking at  tbe National Liberal club, declared that the government would  effect **A national settlement with  Ireland the same as we have made  witb South Africa."  Le Blanc, the French aeronaut,  attempted his first flight iu a  Bleriot machine, last Monday at  Juvissy. Tbe monoplane fell  soon after its start and killed a  woman besides injuring about a  dozen others.  ELECTION ANNOUNCED  Parliament has dissolved. The  Provincial election is announced  for November 25. Nomination  for this Riding to take place before November 11. Greenwood  streets are already thronged with  candidates.  For stylish Millinery. Barclay & Co.  Avoid Stove Mistakes  Stove buyers should be more careful to examine into the  detailed construction of a stove before buying.  Many have made the mistake of buying too hastily in the past  and have found to their sorrow that they have purchased an air  leaking fuel eater rather than a fuel saver and fire keeper.  Come in and we will show you Why Cole's  Original Air Tight Wood Stove is the best of all  wood heaters: Why we guarantee it to remain  always air tight: Why the fire is never out during the entire winter in this remarkable stove:  Why the combustion is so perfect that ashes need  be removed only four times each winter: Why it  will heat a room from zero to 80 degrees in live  minutes' tiine: Why the fire is perfectly controlled  at all times and you get the heat just as you want  it: Why you do not have to get up in the cold to  kindle a Jiew fire every morning as with other  stoves: Why Cole's Original Air Tight will cut  your usual tire bill in half: Why it is the cleanest  and safest wood heater manufactured.  We can explain the detailed construction of  Cole's Original Air Tight Wood Healer to you just  as clearly as to a trained mechanic. We can  show you why the patented features of this  remarkable stove make it themost economical  and best of all wood heaters.   Sold only here.  $3*22 Up.  FOR SALE BY THE  [R-  Cll, LIU. THE   BOUNDARY    CREEK  TIMES  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  *��  Cr*  Cr*  <r*  CF*  Q^  Cr*  Ct^  Cr*  CT'  Cr*  cr*  >^S  Cr*  Cr*  ci~  ry-*  0  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest   UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President -.   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, G. C M. G.  President:    Sir Gkokge A. Drummond,K. C M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :    Sir E. Si Clouston. Bart  Branches in London, Eng. ] ctLT V'SU New York, Chicago.  Buy  and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credit*, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  ..Bank of Montreal..   $12,000,000  FmMmmmmmmmMMMmMMmmwK  ers   threatening   to  accidentally  drop their mechanics in  mangled  heaps on our sidewalks. No pests  >--*? invade our houses as is  the  case  te-5  >*#  1836  THE BANK OF  1909  73 Years in  Business. Capital and   Reserve Over $7,000,000.  Bunking  by Mail  is a great convenience to those  who live some distance from  town.  Deposits may be sent in, cash  drawn, or other business transacted by Mail, without  any trouble or delay.  Write  or  ask   onr  Local   Manager   to  explain   our  system to you.  Greenwood Brandv-vH. F. S'lOW, Manager,  PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ,  /. H.  HALLETT  BA.Ki-r.sTKK, Solicitor,  Notakv P*rm.ic.  Cable Address:        ���' Hai.lktt."  1 lifri'.m]  M-Neill's  Oiiihs -  Murpiiii.' A Neal's  ( I.filler s  Greenwood, B. O.  JOHN D. GPENCE,  B AKHIliThK   AMI   hOI.ICrBOK,  Nende'l   Block,  Greenwood, B. C.  know how we mav help any  worthy enterprise, and we will  do our best.  VISITORS TO GREENWOOD  C. AE.  SHAW.  Dominion   and   Provincial  Land SCjkveyor,  Greenwood, B. C.  1��. O. I!.,,  ���:, I'limu- .*)*.  FRIEOOLPH WERNER,  G kadcatic ok Kaki staitt, S\v.,  CONSKHVATOKV.  Will In.-   i-:ic!iiny      i.iuiiaiid   Violin in   Green-  wnml cvorv Monday ami Tuesilav.  WILLIAM FLEMING,  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  ^<  -.  BOUr-DAHV   VALLEY   LODGE  ^-mvv- Mo. 38.1.'O. 0. F.  Meets  ever)-    I uesday   Kveninj; at SOO  in   the  1. O. O.  V   Hall.     A  cordial   nivi tntiou is ex  tended lo all sojourning brethern.  ALKI'I'T LOGAN. FRED Ii. HOLMES,  N. ��. V. i..  F. lU'WAKI) JlkOWN, Kei\ Sec.  Che  Boundary Creek Times  Issued Every Tridav  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pf.k YKAh      i 00  Six Months  1 25  TO   FORBION  Cot'NTKlKS. 2 50  Within the pasl year visitors to  Greenwood have not been too  plenti< us, When a mining m--n  does como here, and of recent  date tliere have been a few inquiring minds in town, what are  yo* doing to show them that there  is to-nethiug in this section? Do  you tell tbem of tlie resources of  Greenwood, of the many mining  propositions that only need-capital to develope and prove them,  do you IHI them of our farmin*-  area on K'-ttk* river and Boundary creek, do vnu take them to  see the great Mother Lode and  the Greenwood smelter? Or do  you kn��ck, anything and everything, and say there's not a  blame thing in the camp, just because you can't raise the energy  or capital yourself to accomplish  anything? A new comer has to  believe those who do tell him of  the camp, and if those who do  let themselves loose are the knockers, then the booster better crawl  away and die, unless he becomes  as busy as the knocker, who is  driving away those that come to  inquire, and keeping away those  who might come and see and  conquer.  every day in warmer climates and  more thickly populated centers.  We have straight forward business men to deal with. We have  a steady payroll now, and while  it is a pity it is not five times  bigger; we should be glad we  have a payroll at all. We have  protection for our lives and property, and besides other numerous  blessiugs we have a moderate  weeklv paper that boosts tor non-  advertisers aud non-supporters as  well as for those who are helping  us out.  Then, eacb one of us has individual blessings of one kind and  another too numerous to mention  that makes October 25th an opportunity to be taken advantage  of and we should be grateful we  are alive ai d have three squares  daily.  It is only a disgruntled misanthrope who thinks he. has nothing  to be thankful for. Be glad you  get what you do out of life, and  remember, if you don't get more  enjoyment out of this checkered  existeuce it is because you your  self are lacking, and don't blame  your surroundings for your blue  outlook. Cheer up! It might be  so much worse.  THANKSGIVING DAY  FRIDAY. OCTOUKK   "2, W>.  CONGRATULATIONS  The people of Greenwood arc-  to be congratulated on the splendid way they responded tothecall  of Tag Dav. The magnificent  work (if tbe ladies, who sold the  tags, the mien ted array of musicians who provided an excellent  entertainment, and the generous  spirit that prevailed throughout,  are evidences of the popularity of  our local hospital, and a sign  -that, however we may descry bad  times, when a good cause needs a  boost and needs financial support  Greenwood people are ready to do  their p��rt willingly. Especially  is Miss Bessie Buckless to be congratulated on the material re-  suits of her labors. Everything  was a success. The dinposal of  the tags, the concert and the  dance, so we congratulate everyone concerned, and hope some  day it will happen all over again.  The columns of this  paper are  open   to  promote  and push anything worth while   for   the  good  of Greenwood, or any of its pub  lie  institutions.    So just  let  us  Next Monday is Thanksgiving  Da}* and a. legal holiday all over  the Dominion.  We beard a man say there was  no sense in keeping Thanksgiving Day in Greenwood; that there  was nothing to be thankful for;  thst it was an old fashioned custom and outside of turkey dinners of no uie to anyone.  Well! We believe that here in  Greenwood, in this small raining  town, we have a good deal to be  grateful for. We never have a  cyclonic storm to unroof our  homes, destroy our belongings or  cause a losa of life and injure  men and women wholesale, as in  the South last week. We do not  have heat waves, as New York  does, to prostrate man and beast.  We do not suffer from electrical  phenomena, which in other places  recently have caused such inconvenience, breaking down telegraph and telephone communication and plunging whole cities in  utter darkness by upsetting the  electric light plants, We have  no serious epidemics such as devastate the population of settlements elsewhere. No automobiles  tear madly through our main  streets, maiming and killing the  unwary pedestrians. No aeroplanes hover over our sky  scrap-  considerable damage to  property  and causing loss of life.  Chancellor Lloyd-George stated at Newcastle last week that  "the Lords are forcing a Revolution, but the people will direct  it."    Winnipeg is now connected  with Lake Superior by three  lines of Railway. The last spike  was driven last week'in the National Transcontinental Road.  Princeton is working hard to  secure a public hospital. This is  a necessity to every mining town  and oue that should appeal to the  community, who are asked to  help.  era Canada and by the  people of  Rossland.  Spain is on the verge of civil  war. The execution of professor Ferrer has started a general  movement against the King and  his advisors. A Parisian mob  attacked the Spanish embassay  last week, which has encouraged  the anti-monarchists in Spain to  compass the downfall of tbe  Spanish government.  People who set a good example  never know what it will hatch  out.  The Rossland Miner states  that a "Rooster Club is needed  in Rossland." Certainly they  have plenty to   crow   about   over  Invest 25 cents in a box of  Davis' Menthol Salve ("The  D. & L.") and be prepared for  a hundred ailments, which, may  n6t be dangerous but are very  an noyiug and painful, like neu-  ralgia, earache, sprains, burns,  ljruises,insectstings,cuts,piles,  etc. It is a household remedy  there, but thev umfoubily mean j always useful for some trouble,  to --B" in line and bave a Booster j and should be kept in the  ���. family medicine closet.  WILL MAKE HAIR GROW  BEARINE  Prepared from the grease  of   the Canadian   Bear. .,  Delicately  perfumed.  Ihe Standard Pomade  for 40 Years.  AU Dealers 50c per Jar.  Davis & Lawrence Co., Montreal.  Remedies are Needed  Were we perfect, which we are not, medicine's would  not often be needed. But since our systems have become weakened, impaired and broken down through'  indiscretions whicli,have gone on from the early ages,  through countless generations, remedies are neodeu to  aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherv-kc  acquired weaknesses. To reach the seat of slomjch  weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there is  nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, a glyceric compound, extracted from native medicinal roots���sold for over forty years with great satis,?���>��� 'ion fo all users. For  Weak Stomach,. Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in it..; I^innvich after eating,  Heartburn, Had Hicath, Belching of food,Chronic Diarrhea end other Intestinal  Derangements, the "Discovery" is a time-proven and motf titicient remedy.  7he  genuine  has   on   its  cuteldo   wrapper the  Signature  You can't-afFord to accept a secret nostrum as a subsli';::te for this non-alco-  hotiC; medicine of known composition, not even thougli the urgent dealer may  thereby make a ,it-'e bigger profit.  D��\ Pierre'i  ! \ i cat  Pellets   regulate   nnd   invigeraf';   ��rcniach, liver  nnd  ^^^���Ww&  bowels.    Stijr.ar- c<  tiny granules, "any to take as cand/.  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  Are you Registered? Get Busy!  Thanksgiving  day  is October  25th.    Nelson is to have  a Co-operate  store.  London   invested   $150,000,000  in Canada test year.  C. V.   Semerad  has  opened  a  restaurant at Princeton.  Keremeos has  formed  a Kul-  turo Klub.    Kongratulations.  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H.EDMONDS,  District Registrar.  Laud ' Registrary   office,   Kamloops,   1$.   C-  OctODor 11,1909. 7-M  I TAKE NOTICE that I, L. E. Salter, of Midway, B.C., intend toapply to the Superintend"  eut 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 Ho'eiSpoknne. situate at Midway, B. C.  D.iied,al Midway, 11. C, lSth day of Oct., I9'i".  L. E. SALTER.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Renewal of Hotel License.  Take notice that I, Frank Bell, of Anaconda.  B. C, intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration of  one mouth from the date hereof, for a renewal  of my hotel license for the premises known as  the Vendome Hotel, situated on lot 8, block 5,  map 24, in the town of Anaconda, B.C., in the  district of Yale.  Dated at Anaconda, B. C, October 15, X909.  FRANK BELL.  IN TUE MATTER of the estate of Ola John-  soi.laieol Midway, in Ihe county of Yale,  deceased.  NOTICE Is hen-by given pursuant to the  Revised Statutes ot British Columbia.  Chap'er 187, lhat all creditors and others having claims against the estate of the said Ola  'ohnsni. who Uie'l on orab.-uit ho lOlh day of  Decemb-r, 19:)l,, are required on or b fore the  22ud il:i.v i if October, lit/", to send by post, prepaid, in deliv-r lo the undersigned. Solicitor  for Andrew S:iter. the executor of tne last will  -ind ii-stmneiit ol the suid deceased, lheir Chris-  lain iiiim-s and sin-names, addresses and de-  srripti'His, the full description of tlieir claims  and the nature ol tli�� securities, if auy, held by  them.  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Copyright    1908.     The  Bobbs-Memll   Company.  be had dreamed could uot be���never,  i never, never! All that was left was  'surrender, ignominious flight to scenes  'barren of suggestion.  At   that   instant   a   shining   point  .caught bis eye.   It came from'the pan  of gravel on the doorstep, on  which  the rain bad been beating.    He Jjtrust  'the draft into his pocket and seized a  [double   handful   of  tbe   gravel.     He  plunged lt Into a pail of water and  ; held lt to the light   It (Sparkled witb  [coarse,   yellow   flakes   ofi   gold.   He  i dropped the handful witb a sharp ex-  clamatlon, threw on bis coat and rushed from the cabin.  All day. alone on the fog soaked hillside. Harry toiled In tbe trench wlth-  ' out food or rest  It was a fair, sweet evening, and  tbe room where Jessica sat beside  I David Stires' bed, reading aloud to  .him. was flooded witb the falling sun-  (light Since tbe old man's seizure ln  i the nigbt he had been /much worse, and  [she had scarcely left his room. Today,  ���however, be bad sat propped by pil-  : lows, able, to read and chat and the  deep^persona) anxiety that had numbed  . her had yielded.  A knock came at the door. It was a  nurse with  letters for him  from the  mail, and while he opened them Je$>  ���slca   laid   aside   tbe   book   and  -went  slowly down tbe hall to the sun parlor,  where the doctor stood with the group  gathered after the early supper, chat-  (ting  of tbe  newest  "strike". on  the  i mountain.  "We'll be famous if we keep on," he  ' wai saying as she looked out of tbe  wide wlnddws across the haze where  .the sunlight drifted down In dust of  ^gold. "I've a mind to stake out a claim  myself."  "We pay you better," said one of the  I occupants grimly. "Anyway, tbe whole  [ot Snloky mountain was staked in tbe  Lexcitement. a year ago. There's no  Tdoubt about this find, I'suppose?"  "Its on exhibition at the bank," tbe  doctor   replied,    "more    tban   $5,000  [cached In a crevice ln the glacial age  ras neat as a Christmas stocking!"  The talk went on about her.  "Where is the  lucky claim*?" some  | one asked. "  "Just below this ridge," the doctor  'replied. "It Is called the -Little Pay-  pmaster.'��  The name caught ber ear. The Little  ' Paymaster? Tbat was the name on tbe  tree���on Hugh's claim! At tbat Instant  [she thought she heard David Stires  i calling. She turned and ran quickly up  ��� the long ball to his open door.  The sight of bis face at flrst startled  ! ber, for it was held captive of emotion,  Lbut It was an emotion of joy, not of  l pain.   A letter fluttered in his grasp.  He thrust lt into ber hands.  "Jessica," he exclaimed, "Hugh bas  | paid it!   Be has sent the $5,000, Interest and principal,  to  the   bank  to  my account"  For a moment  she stood transfixed. The talk  she had mechanically heard leaped Into significance, and ber  mind ran back to  tbe hour when  she bad left the  draft fit tbe cab-'  in. ���She caught  the old man's  handand knelt by  his chair, laughing and crying  ���'HttoTi bm paid W at once. During  [these last few days the impulse to tell  jail that she bad concealed bad been al-  Imost Irresistible. Now the barrier had  fallen. Tbe secret she had repressed so  llong came forth in a rush of sentences  |that left bim mute and amazed.  "I should have told you before." she  ended, "but I didn't know���I wasn't  ���rare"-- She broke down for. very joy.  He looked at her with eyes unnat-  furally bright "Tell me everything,  ���Jessica!" he said. "Everything, from  [tbe beginningl"  "He was young and  irresponsible,  |Jessica," said the old man. "Money alt-ays came so easily. He didn't realize  I What be was doing when, be signed  [tbat draft He has learned a lesson out  tin, the world. It won't hurt bis career  tin the end, for no one but you and I  Band'one other knows it Thank God!  Jlf his memory comes back"���  "Oh, lt will!" she breathed. "It must!  iThat day on the Knob he only needed  Ithe clew! When I tell him who I am  (he will know me. He will remember it  I am sure�����urel  Will yon let me  tiring bim to you?" she added softly.  "Yes," he said, pressing her hand,  ["tomorrow.   I shall be stronger then."  She rose and lighted the lamp, shad-  lg it from bis eyes.  "Do you remember the will, Jesst  |W he asked ber presently���"the will  II drew the day be came back? You  (never knew, but I signed lt���the night  of your wedding. Harry Sanderson  |waa right my dear, wasn't he?  "I wish now I hadn't signed It, Jessica," be added. "1 must set it sight!  (I must set lt right!"   He watched her  Ith a smile on his face. "I will rest  now," he said. And she adjusted the  fpillows hnd turned tha lamp low.  Crossing the room, she stepped through  Fthe long window on to the porch and  [stood leaning on tbe railing. Tbe  (words of the Biblical narratiTe flashed  [through her mind: "And be arose and  [came to his father. But when be was  [yet a great way off his father, saw  [him and had compassion and ran and  {fell on his neck and kissed him.*- So  ^Hugh's father would meet him now)  Harry had labored, spurred by a  [fierce haste to make requital. TD1 the  [laet ounce ofvthe rich "pocket*- had  kbeea washed and the whole taken to  [the bank In the town no one had  i known of the find. It had repaid the  (forgery and left him & hxnrSfol at doi-  tan   over���eaoagh   to  txka  Wa   tar  #way from the only thing that made  life worth the effort  *. gradual feeling of apprehension  bud come to Jessica���an impression of  blankness and chill that affected her  stkjingely. She stood still, frightened  at the sudden sense of utter sound-  lesMiess.  She caugtft up the lamp and, turning  the A-lck, approached tbe bed. She  put .tut her hand and touched the  wasted one on the coverlet Then a  sobbing cry came from her lips.        ^  David Stires was gone. A crowning  joy had widened his bitterness at the  last motuent, and he bad gone away  with his jon's face In his heart and  the smile of welcome on his lips.  CHt��pter 28  AUK was falling keen  nnd cool, for frost was-  In the air. touching the  fall foliage onvthe hills  to crimson and amber  and etching delicate  boar tracery on the  spidery framework of the long black,  railroad bridge that hung above "the  hole." The warning light from a signal  post threw a crimson splash on the  ground. Its green pane cast a pallor on  a bearded face turned out over the  gloomy water.  "It was here," he said aloud. He  stood a moment his hands clinched.  ���"The new life began here. Here, then,  is where the old life ended." From  where be stood be could see blossoming tbe yellow lights of the little city,  five miles away.' He set HTs shoulders,  whistled to the small dog that nosed  near by and set off at a quick pace  down the road.  Once in.the streets be turned up bis  coat collar and settled the brim, of his  felt hat more .closely over his eyes. He  crossed an open square and presently  came to the gate of a Gothic chapel set  well back from the street Its great  rose window was alight, for on this  evening was to be held a memorlcl  service for the old man whose money  had built the pile, who had died a fortnight before in a distant sanitarium.  He turned at the sound of wheels,  and the blur shocked Itself apart to reveal a kindly face that looked at him  for an Instant framed in the window  of a passing carriage, inside the carriage Bishop Ludlow settled back,  with a sigh. "Only a face on the pavement" he said to his wife, "but it reminded me somehow of Harry Sanderson."  "How strange it IsJ* she said���the  bishop had no secrets from his wife���  "never a word or a sign, and everything in his study just as he left lt  What can you do, John? It is four  months ago now, and tbe parish needs  a rector."  He did not reply for a moment The  question touched the trouble that was  ever present in his mind.  "I know," he said at length. "1 may  have failed in my whole duty, but I  haven't known how to tell David  Stires, especially since we heard of his  illness. I had written to him���tbe  whole story:- The Ink was not dry on  the paper when tbe letter came from  Jessica telling us of his death."  Behind   them   as   they   talked   the  man on tbe pavement was walking on  feverishly,  the dog  following with a j  reluctant whine.  At last he came to a wide, dark  lawn set thick with aspens clustering  the railroad track," he said, "dog ano  all! I thought you were far down the  coast where it's warmer. Nothing  much doing with you, eh?"  "Nothing, much," answered tbe man  he addressed. Others might recognize  bim as the black sheep, but this nondescript watchman whom chance had  Bet here could not. He knew him only  as the dingy vagabond whose broken  head he had bandaged in the box car.  "I'm In better luck," went on the  man in shirt sleeves. "I struck this  about two months ago as gardener  flrst, and now I'm a kind of a sort of a  watchman. They gave me a bunk in  the summer house there"���he jerked  his thumb backward over his shoulder  ���"but I know a game worth two of  that for these cold nights. I'll show  you. I can put you up for the night,"  he added, "If you like."  The wayfarer shook his head. "I  must get awny tonight, but I'm much  obliged."  "Haven't doue anything, have you?"  asked his one time companion curiously.  "You didn't seem that sort"  The bearded face turned away. "I'm  not 'wanted* by the police, no, but I'm  on the more, and the sooner 1 take the  trail thc better. 1 dgn't mind night  travel."  "You'd be better Tor a rest," said the  watchman, "but you're the _floctor  Come In, and we'll hnve n nip of some  thing warm anyhow."  His guest followed him Into a spacious ball, scarce coiisoious of what he  did. A double door to the left was  shut, but he nevertheless knew perfectly that the room it hid Imd a tall  French window letting on to a garden  where camellias had once' dropped like  blood. The open door to tlio right led  to the library.  There the yellow light touched the  dark wainscoting, the marble mantelpiece, dim paintings on the wall antl a  great brass bound Korean desk In a  corner. What black thing had once  happened in that room? What face  had once looked at him from that  wheel chair? It was an old face gray  and lined and passionate, his father  doubtless. He told himself this calmly.  With an odd sense of apartness.  The other's glance followed his pride-  fully. "It's a fine "R-operty," he said.  "The owner's an invalid, I hear, with  one leg in the grave. He's In some  sanitarium and can't get much good of  lt. Nice pictures, them," he added,  sweeping a candle round. "That's a  good looker over there. Must be tbe  old man's daughter, I reckon. Well.  I'll go and.get you a finger or two to  keep the frost out of your lungs. It'll  be cold tonight Make yourself at  home." The door closed bebind him.  The man he left was trembling violently. He had scarcely repressed a  cry. The portrait that bung above the  mantelpiece was Jessica's, in a bouse  dress of soft Romney blue and a single white rose caught ln her hair. "The  old man's daughter!" The words seemed to echo and re-echo about the walls,  voicing �� new agony without a name  Then Jessica was his sister!  As he stared dry eyed at the picture  in the candle light the misery slowly  passed. He must know. Who she was.  what she was to him, be must learn  beyond peradventure. He cast a swlfi  glance arouud him. Orderly rows of  books stared from the shelves; the ma  hogany table held only a pile of oh1  magazines. He strode to the desl;  drew down its lid and tried the draw  ers They opened readily, and he rap  idly turned over their litter of papers  written in the same crabbed hand that  had etched the one damning word on  the draft he hnd found in the cabin on  Smoky mountain. Most of the papen  the searcher saw at a glance were of  no import, and they gave him no clew  to what he sought Then, inysteriouslj  guided by the subtle memory that  seemed of late to haunt him, though In  was but half conscious of its guidance,  his nervous fingers suddenly found and  pressed a spring, a panel fell down,  and he drew out a folded parchment.  Another instant and he was bending  over it with the candle, his fingers  tracing familiar legal phrases of a will  laid there long ago. He read with thc  blood shrinking from his heart:     '  "To my sou, Hugh, ln return for the  care and sorrow he has caused me all  the days of his life, for his dissolute  "It was here," he said aloud.  about a white house. He hesitated ft  moment then walked slowly up the  broad, weed grown garden path toward Its porch. In the half light the  massive silver door plate stood ont  clearly. He had known Instinctively  that tbat house had been a part of his  life, and yet a tremor caugbt bim as  he read the name���Stires. The Intuition that bad bent his steps from the  street the old stirring of dead memory  had brought him to his past at last  -This house had been his borne!  He started. A man ln his shirt  sleeves was standing by a half open  side door regarding him narrowly.  "Thinking of buying?" The query  was good humoredly satiric. "Or maybe just looking tbe old ranch over with  a view to a shakedown!"  The trespasser smiled grimly. It  was not the first time be bad seen tbat  weather beaten face. "Yon have given up surgery as a profession, I see,"  he said.  The other came nearer, looked at  him in a puzzled way, then laughed.  "If it Isn't the co*-<> we picked up on  "TVs a fine property," he said.  career and his graceless desertion, I  do give and bequaath tbe sum of  $1,000 and the memory of his misspent  youth. The residue of my estate, real  and personal, 1 do give and bequeath  to my ward, Jessica Holme"���  The blood swept back to bis heart  in a flood. Ward, not daughter! He  could still keep the one Bweet thing  left him. His love was Justified. Tears  sprang to his eyes, and he laid tbe  parchment back and closed tha desk.,  He hastily brushed the drops away as  the watchman entered and set down  two glasses and a bottle.  "There you are. That* 11 be worth  five miles to you!"   He poured noisily.  His guest drank, set down the glass  nd held out his band.   "Good luck!"  e said.  The dog thrust a cold muzzle Into  bis hand as he walked down the gravel path slowly, feeling the' glow of the  liquor gratefully, with the grudging  release it brought, from mental tension. He had not consciously asked  himself whither now. In some sub-  .conscious corner of his brain this had  been  asked and answered.    He was  (Continued next week.)  If children were, made before  their parents, family life would  be different to wba+ it is.  When you STO to the country take a  tin of Davis, iVlenthol Salve along. It  is unequalled to relieve earache,  tprains, burns, cuts and bruiaea. 25  cents.  Imikes and mining !  Nat Haas is inspecting copper  properties in the Susanville district, Oregon.  Twenty men are employed at  the Payne mine, at Sandon, on  development work.  The First Thought mine at  Orient, Wash , is now shipping to  the ii. C. Copper smelter.  A big veiu assaying 10,000 < zs.  silver to the ton was struck at the  30-foot level in the \\uU m-iu at  Cobalt.  The Kootenay coal fields alone  are capable ol yielding ten millions tuns < f ci-al a year 1.ji seven  thousand years.  While in Keremeos last w<-ek  Henry Bahrssecued ���a optic n on  Jas. .Rita-dan's claims, four in  number, on Riordan mountain,  t'orv$(,0,000. -  A 5000 foot tunuel is, Leiuir  driven by lhe Malaspina Mine's  company on its property on Texada Island, The ores carry gold  and copper in high value.  A. B. W. Hodges, manager of  the Granby smelter, attended the  general meeting of the Granby  company in New York last Tuesday. He is expected to return  home early next week.  It is stated that Calumet &  Hecla, Mich., is holding back  1,000,000 pounds of copper  monthly, in mineral, which will  not be smelted and sold until  metal prices arehigber.  The mica mines at the head of  Yellow creek in the Big Bend  promise *o be unusally extensive.  The Canadian General Electric  Co. has promised to take all the  mica that this mine will produce.  Last July A. J. Young, of  North Bay, and J. O'Brien, of  Renfrew, railway contractors,  bought 17 acres of mining property in Cobalt from the Ontario  government for $10,500. Since  its acquisition they have expended $2480 on it Now they  have sold it to a Montreal syndicate for $400,000.  Arrangements are being made  for establishing the first electric  >melting plant in Canada at Sault  Ste. Marie in connection with the  Lake Superior Consolidated company's iron and steel plant. That  company is to install a number  ot -furnaces similar to those in  operation in Sweden. Another  plant is to be established at Chats  Palls for the treatment of iron  ores on tbe Ottawa river.  MORRISON MINE  This property is situated in  Deadwood camp, about four miles  frc m the city. It was located by  Jack Morrison 15 years ago. He  did some prospecting and exposed promising looking ore. A  company, with a'capitalizatiou of  one million dollars, was formed  to develop it. Fred Oliver and  Frank Loring, of Spokane, secured control. The Athelston  plant was moved to the Morrison  and a tunnel was started on Copper creek to tap tbe hill. Ninety  feet from the mouth a 12-foot  vein of iron ore was encountered.  Some 300 feet from the mouth, of  the tunnel the footwall of the  main vein was struck and was  crosscut for 73 feet before the  hanging wall was reached. There  is 18 inches of talc on the foot-  wall. At a point 200 feet in an  upraise was made to the surface  160 feet distant.  The ore is iron, carrying pyro-  hotite and chalcopyrite and averages  well  in   gold  and   copper.  Other veins are exposed on  the  surface, giving good values.  There has been considerably  over 1,000 feet ot development  done on tbe property. The C.  P. R. spur to the Mother L*>de is  within half a mile ol the Morrison mine.  A French magazine has  calculated   the   gross   total-* of the re  spective fortunes  of the   varuu:-  nationalities.    It  is,   of   courne.  impossible   to   arrive  at an exnc  figure.    Our   French   com temporary-claims lhat thiscntnputa?i<>t  is approximate)v accurate:   Grea  Britain,    twelve   billion   p u,-d ;  Uuited    States,    tw<-ive     billion  pounds;   Germany,   nine   billion  pounds;    France,     nine     billion  pounds;   Aus-rta-Htinj-arv,    f.-ur  billon    eight    hundred    million  pounds; Russia, three billion lw<.  hundred   million  pounds;   Italy,  two billion four bui-dred   million  pound*-; Spain, no   figures  available; Turkey, no figures avail able.  When \ou have a bone to pick  with your neighbor, let him have  the first bite, the bone mav be  bad after all.  DOCTORS SAID ONLY ZAM-  BUK COULD CURE HER  ECZEMA  \  In view of the numerous cures which  Zam-Buk has worked when all else has  failed, their is little wonder that in  the end the doctor attending Mrs. J. P.  St. Denis, of 305, Thompson Street,  Winnipeg, should tell her there was  nothing but Zam-Buic could cure her.  The result showed the far-seeing wisdom of this practitioner, and having  been completely cured, by Zam Buk,  Mrs. St. Denis gives her experience  for the benefit of other sufferers.  She says: ���'EcJ'.ema started on one  side of my face and nose. At first my  nose felt sore,Vsimiliar to what one  feels when having a bad cold. 1 paid  no attention to this, thinking it would  pass away in a day or so, but to my  surprise it got worse. The nose then  became swollen and hard, and turned  a purplish red, as well as part of the  cheek on that side of mv face.  "As the disease developed pimples  and ulcers broke out, then the skin  cracked in places and peeled off in  flakes, leaving my face and nose  raw and sore. This condition reacted  on my general health, and I became  very ill. I could get no sleep at night  because of the irritation and the pain,  and my face was in such a shocking  condition that for two months I did  not go out of the house. I applied remedies which were supposed to be good  for skin diseares, but in vain.  "My doctor also treated me, but  without effect, until one day he said  that the only thing which would now  be likely to cure me was Zam-Buk.  "Acting on his advice, I procured a  supply and found that even the first  few applications had a soothing effect  on the sores. I left off everything else  in favor of this balm, and applied it  liberally every day to affected parts.  In a remarkably short time, considering the obstinate nature of my disease, we saw traces of improvement,  which eucouraged us to persevere with  the Zam-Buk treatment. Zam-Buk re  duced the discoloration, then the hard  swelling began to show traces of leaving, the sores seemed less angry, and  in about three weeks' time most of the  sores were healing nicely. To cut a  long story short, I continued with the  Zam-Buk treatment until my face was  cleared completely of all traces of the  troublesome and painful eczema."  Such was the experience of Mrs, St.  Denis, and scores of other suffers could  tell of a similar experience. Zam-Buk  is Nature's own healer, being composed of pure herbal healing essences,  and free from all trace of harmful animal fat or mineral poison. It is sure  cure for cuts, lacerations, burns, eczema, ringworm, poisoned wound, test  ering sores, bad leg, and all skin injuries and diseases. Zam-Buk is also  a cure for piles. Druggists and. stores  everywhere sell at 50c. a box or post  free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, on  receipt of price You are warned  against harmful imitations sometimes  represented to be "just as good."  For Dees Seated Colds and Cough*,  Allen's Lung Balsam   cures  when   all  other remedies fail.  An Englishman, fond of boasting of his ancestry, took a coin  from his pocket, and pointing to  the head engraved on it, said:  ���* My great-great-grandfather was  made a lord by the king whose  picture you see on this shilling."  --What a coincidence!" said his  Yankee companion. "My great-  great-grandfather was made an  angel by the Indian whose picture  you see on this cent."  A soft answer will not turn  away the man in love.  , en u  Steel Range  Fresh air is introduced into  the Kootenay oven through a  series of vents at the bottom,  of the oven door, and the  cooking* fumes carried out  through another series of  vents at the back of the oven.  (Arrows in  illustration  show method  'of ventilation.)  lThe air in the  oven is always  kept pure. The  natural flavor  of   every  artiole  is  completely  retained  Everything  tastes most  delicious.  FR'BE  Booklet  c on request  MCCLA  For sale by the Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd.  Palace Livery Stables {  DRAYING��� We Can Move Anything  P. C.  BUCKLESS  PROPRIETOR  Greenwood-Phoenix Stage Line  Leaves Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  GREENWOOD   OFFICE:    L    L.   MATTHEWS'   CIGAR   STORE  Prompt attention to Express and Freight.  GILLIS & LAING, Prs.  A clergyman, who was not  averse to an occasional glass,  hired an Irishinan to clean out his  cellar. The Irishman began his  work. He brought forth a lot of  empty whiskey bottles, and as he  lifted each one looked through it  at tbe sun. The prencher, who  was walking on the lawn, saw  him, and said: "They are all  dead ones, Pat.-' '"They arc!"  said Pat. "Well, there is one  good thing about it, they all had  the minister with them when thev  were dying."  Does your back ache? -Don't experiment with imitations but get the  genuine, "The D. & L." Menthol  Plaster. It cures. Davis & Lawrence  Co., makers.  Boy Scout (to Mrs. Britannia):  "Fear not, grauma; no danger  can befall you now. Remember,  I am with you!"  F  '^  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  STAGE  Leavos   Greenwood at 7 a in   to  connect with Spokane train; itul  at 2 p in    with  Keremens train.  J. McDonell  ik  jdS  MINKKAU ACT.  fG,  iTradc- Marie)  Makes Solid Flesh  Pccan'-e it creates an appetite.  It l.uilcb up the j-i'k-il, run-down  system in ;i natural way  50c. ami $1 U) bottle.- at all <lni'*-  gists.  Be sure you get the genuine.  Davis St l.a\vu:ncc Co.. Montreal.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Paymaster Fractional" Mineral crin'-m. <-iiu-  att; iu tin- <*n'etnv ,��,! Mining !�� \:sion ot  Yale District. Wlieie located: In Craliam  Camp, south of ami adjoini'nir ('rana<la  mineral claim.  TAKE NOTRE tliat 1, ('eorire R. Nailen,  Free Miners' Certiticate No. 1I2"2'>7, intend, sixty days irom the date bereol, to app y  to tbe Mining Recorder tor a Certificate of Iinprovements, for the purpose ol obtaining a  Crown tIrant  cjf ttto  above claim.  And further lake nolice that ac-iou, und.-r  Section .", must be commenced he fire tlie  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  I).-ted this llt'j dav of oct..ber, A. !>. Vhfi.  '��� RF.ORGF. R. N'AI'EN.  Application lor Liquor License  Take notice that I. S T. I.ar-en. of Ro.lc  Creek. I!. C. intend to apply to the Superintendent of Police, at the expiration of o\ e  month from the date hereof, for a renewal of  niy hotel license for ihe premises known as the  Riverside Hotel, al Rock Creek. 15  C.   ���  Hated ilii- Sth dav of  October. lOW.  SAMUEL'T. LARSF.N*.  "-��l Rork Creek. B. C,  Kor Sale or Kent���Pianos, Sewing  Machines. TlieO. I.C. New and 2o<l  Hand store.    A.   L.   White,  Phone 16. THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  ade from  ���   cream  of tartar, derived solely  fm   from grapes*  All the ingredients  of Dr* Price's  Baking Powder  are printed on the label.   They  are Dure, healthful and proper.  m  Yi'H  ������'%$  r":en baking powders are peddled or  irticnstrated, examine their labels. You  YX rind they ��.re not made from cream  don't want them  iiar.  ���-^^sm^^Tf^^sT^^sisss^^&ist^s  H  t'l  1  ft  B  TOlTiV TO TICS  W.   Keith   of   Beaverdell,   is  visiting town.  Bert   Rae    was    experting   at  Cobalt last week.  Kenneth McKenzie returned to  Greenwood this week.  J. R. Jackson returned from  Victoria on Wednesday.  There will be a Greenwood  Tennis club ball, Oct. 26.  Mr. and Mrs. J-olly arrived  from Spokane on Wednesday.  II. Browning and C. T. Bailey  visited the West-fork last Sunday.  Mr.    and    Mrs.    Phillips,,    of  bftioro,   were   visitors   to   town  this week.  II. Hewer has relumed this  week from a pleasant trip to his  eastern home.  Born���To Mr. and Mrs. P. W.  George, ol Phoenix, on October  V). a daughter.  Is ynur-snbscription due? You  can easily Jell bv looking at the  label of your paper.  Mr. and Mrs. Redpath have  returned irom a short trip to  Spokane and Seattle.  I. M. Dunsmuir, provincial  constable at Midway, was a visitor to town this week.  The Greenwood Boy Scouts  were entertained on Wednesday  night by Mrs. 0. M,. Shaw at  her home on Government street.  Captain Hargreaves and many  grown ups who are interested in  the welfare of the corps were  present  Father Bedard and the Sisters  of   the   Sacred  METALS.  New York, Oct. 19���Silyer,  51; Electrolytic copper, 12 25 to  12.50, dull.  London, Oct. 19���Silver 23 9-  16; lead, ��li 6s 3d.    ~  Oct. 19���Closing quotations on  the New York curb and  Spokane  Heart   Hospital j exchange:  desire to express thetr  gratitude ��� B  c .Copper -       6.25   6.S0  to all  those  who  so  generously' Granby ^. 1(0.00 115.00  gave their support to Tag Day;j  and especially to the  ( >!'.! nir-li^'hL I iYaU:rs.  ( 'Id iiox Ik-at'Ts,   ( )!.] ������(���ai  He-iU-rs     W-.v ���lir-tii-'iit Hitlers  SI.00 cind up  2.50 and up  3.00 ami up  .->() and up  .*>..  I We Have the  We will accept your  f3  Goods  stove  ladies who  made the sale of Tf*i-s so marked  a success, and those who contributed to tbe brilliant concert in  the Auditorium.  N  in exchange.  The Stove and Furniture Man  Phone IG Greenwood, B. C.  ?%ZSB��ZS8BBi?��g&!BBE8mBSm?5m  ^??ifr?m??^7^uHH?i?i?H?HiT?fm?H?,,T?rmm?HHi??Hn?mi?^  ^^^7  >-"0  7f  ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED  HI  AUL,  SIZES  AL.U  PRICES  COME   IN   AND   SEE   THEM  ~-AT-  ^uuauiiiiaiiuuuuiUiii^uiiaiaiaaiii^iiHUiiiUimaaarc  Jl!  4  LADIES  Do you want (��ib iEnglisif initial note |  paper  and  envelopes  to   write   your  letters on?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate  tt  %  i  i  i  I  I  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  TIMES  Newand old Heating Stoves  New and old Stove Pipe.  Xew and old Stove Boards.  Xev.- and o'd A. I.. Whin*.  Mrs. E B. Dill left this week  to join ber husband who has a  position with Trites-Wood & Co.,  of Fernie.  Born���In Grand Porks, on  Thursday, October 14th, to Mr.  and Mrs. Forbes M. Kerby, a  daughter.  The   management   of   Greenwood Auditorium have   arranged!  for   a   lirst   class  Vaudeville   to  visit the town every*mouth.  D. R. Tait, manager of the  Kettle River Irrigated Fruit  Lands Co., of Rock Creek, was  a visitor to town this week.  John Barclay, of Barclay &  Co., the leading ladies emporium,  returned from an exhaustive tour  of the coast cities on Monday.  Spencer Bennerman was a visitor to town on Monday, having  returned from Sturgeon Lake  where he  has  been  mining   all  summer.  St. Judes' Ladies Guild met at  the house of Mrs. J. L Coles, on  Tuesday last, and will meet next  Tuesday at the house of Mrs. C.  M- Sha>w.  The local Oddfellows will celebrate Hallowe'en Nov. 1, in the  Masonic Hall. Tickets, $1.50.  Supper served in the Banquet  hall, extra.  Ronald Harris, M. E., a Greenwood old-timer, who was married  in London, Eng., last autumn,  with Jack Leckie as best man, is  now at La Pas. Bolivia, with his  wife.  Ernest Cartier. formerly proprietor of the Windsor hotel in  Greenwood, and a most popular  hotel man, returned to Greenwood ou Mouday last with his  wife.  The Hyde skyscraper is making  marked progress on the corner of  Greenwood and Copper streets.  The stone foundations are completed and the brick walls are  growing apace.  ��. T. Wickwire, who was a  witness in the mining case.  Parsons vs. Shallenberg, tried iu  Spokane last week, returned last  Saturday. The case was decided  in tbe favor of Mrs. Parsons.  The many friends of Mrs.  Manross will be sorry to hear,  that after leaving the hospital  last week, apparently improved  iu health, she is again under the  doctor's orders and verv far from  well.  A. L. White, the furniture and  stove man, has opened up in  Princeton, and will be ready for  business this week in the north  half of the Princeton, town hall.  J. S. White, his brother, will be  iu charge.  BOWLING SCORES  The following are tli�� scores  to date of the Bawling Toura-  ment been pWed off at E. Hal-  lctl's bowling' alley. Mire to  follow next week.  Merchants vs Ru: sell Co., 1148���994.  Brewers vs Fire Dept., 1051-1086_  ���Banker- vs Officials, 1045���1011.  Russell Co vs Allcomers, 1102-1161  Merchants vs Fire Dept , 1126���1140.  All-comers vs Brewers, 1099���1081.  Officials vs .Vlerchants, 1022���1050.  Brewers vs Russell Co., 1126���1118.  Bankers vs AU corners, 1173���1082.  Merchants vs Brewers, 1043���984.  Fire D-jpt. vs Russell Co., 1203���11S1  Officials vs Brewers, 948���1193.  Merchants vs Binkers, 1219���918.  All coiners vs Fire Dept., 1245���1206.  Bankers vs Brewers, 1102���1135  Otlicials vs Russell Co., 1080���1093.  Bankers vs Fire Dept ,1034-1194.  If Taken in Time  "The D. & L"  Emuliions will surely cure the most  serious affections of the lungs That  "run down" condition, the after effects  of a heavy cold, is quickly counteracted.  LABOR CLAIMS   SETTLED  It is reported that the New  Dominion Copper Co, has settled  the claims of the men employed  by the former company. Mr.  John Seward would neither confirm or deny this \*��hen seen yesterday. Work will be resumed in  the near future however.  Don't let an unscrupulous  dealer force on you an imitation of the "D. & L." Menthol  Plaster. Look for the "D. &  L." trade-mark on the tin. It  guarantees the genuine and  tbe most effective remedy for  Rheumatic aches and pains,  Lumbago, Sciatica, Backache,  etc. 25c. each. Yard rolls  equaling seven of the regular  yize $1.00.  90*i^mW^^mmtWm^mam*3MmVm**  ,traoe MARK  THE   BEST   TONIO  for all sickly people.  Makes new blood}  Citfes strength;  Restores vitality.  Taken after any illness It  bastens a return to health.  Paris & Lawrence Co., Montreal.  NOTICE OF SALE BY SHERIFF  Canadian Bear grease is in Bearitie,  with other valuable agents, making- it  the best pomade.   ��0c. a jar.  URGENT  Should anyone in Greenwood  know of the whereabouts of Or-  ville Smith, bis broken hearted  mother, Mrs. H. S. Smith, 512,  S. McClellau street, Spokane,  will be grateful to hear any  news.  Strength and Vitality are combined  in the invigorating tonic Ferrovim.  which consists nf fresh lean beef. Citrate of Iron and pure old Spanish  Shei'ry Wine. Nothing- could be more  beneficial for anemic women and children, elderly people whose strength is  failing and all persons run down and  debilitated.    $1.00 bottles.  UNDER and by virtue of a Writ of Fieri  F-acias issued out of tiie Supreme Court of 11. C  anil a warrant of execution issued out of tlie  C'Miiitv Court of Yale, holden at Greein>-o<v",  both dated the 1UU September. tOT, al the suits  of Ueor-re E. Greevj- and R. IV. Sidley, respectively, requiring the levy liy tbe sale'of the  irmids and chattels of the defendant, The Lemon Oold Minimr Company of Hritisli Columbia,  lhe sums of $7,MO.S5. with iuterest and costs  and $i05.('' and costs, respectively, ti'cre will be  sold by public auction at the f*onrt House at  Greenwood on Wednesday, tlie 3id day of No-  peiub^r, 1900. at 5 o'clock. p. m., a live-stamp  mill', saw mill, hoist, boilers, euirilies, cru'her,  steam liuiufra, tools, etc., more p.utlcularly described in an inventory, a copy of which can be  had on application to tlie undersigned.  The said (roods and chattels are situated near  Camp McKinney, B. C, about seven miles from'  Bridesville, uu the V. V. & K. Ky.. where they  can be inspected. The above are all in -rood  condition, liavuiir beet: only worked abcut three  weeks.  Oreeuwood, H. C.,23rd September, 1909. "  J.S. BTRNIE.  Deputy Sheriff.  <(  1 COULDN'T KEEP HOUSE WITHOUT  A SACK OF  AND-  Universal Bread Maker  ��� *  Is what housekeepers  everywhere say.  You can get them at the store of  Russcll-Law Caulfield Co.,Ltd.  ALSO EVERYTHING IN  Groceries and Fruits  jtj*jtjtjtjlij*jt&jitt*jij*#jtjfij$ j*jtjijr&&j*&j*jitjtjitjltj)U*Jtj��  VAUDEVILLE  Coming, one night only, the Big  Union Road Show, under the direction  of the. Rossland Miners' Union, in  Greenwood Auditorium, Tuesday, October 26th. High class Vaudeville, Farce  Comedy, Motion Pictures, Illustrated  Songs, picture lectures with mechanical effects. Two hours of mirth,  laughter and music. An attraction  guaranteed by the Rossland Miners'  Union. Popular prices. Adults, 35c.  Children, 25c. Come and bring your  friends.   The event of the season.  Type in its most eloquent usex ��  will not adequately describe the <��  extraordinary values in our Shoe <*  Department, so we will simply  confine our statements to a plain  mention of facts.  Men's Box Calfskin Boots ._.  $5.50 $4.65  Men's medium weight Calfskin Boots, -  leather lined   _  Men's heavy every .day Boots, broad  toe, a splendid wearer     4.50  One dozen Boys' genuine box calfskin  Boots, sizes 10 to 13     2.25  Men's carpet Houseslippers     1.25  4.75   3 90  3.65  1.65  .95  i W.W.CRAIG  *%  fc  fc  fc  k  fc  fc  k  life  k  V,  V  **  i  FOR SALE  A shiftless husband has developed many a female financier.  USE  ALLEN'S  LUNG BALSAM  At once when attacked by a Cough and  lh*:s avert da**5srous bronchial and  p-il;nonary ailments   2'c, Rn,;.  and $1.00 Bottles.  Sold everywhere.  !'"    --��� fr T..UYRI-NCK CO., Montreal.  Bowlin"'' Alley, consisting of two  Brtinswick-lJalke-Collender alleys in  good repair, eighteen assorted balls  and all necessary fixtures.  Apply to E. Hallett, P. O Box 266,  Greenwood, B. C. 7  FOR SALE  Four-roomed house and lot at corner  of Church street aud Kitnberly ave.���  $200 cash. Write to W. D. Flinn, Top-  penish. Wash.  \i  V  i  I  I  \i  i  l  I  tt  I  tt  tt  tt  THANKSGIVING DAY  First wreck one mile below the Jew  tunnel and half a mile above the Ge*n-  tile tunnel. Sunshine struck Jack  Frost and knocked him into the moisture. Help the sun by buying a Heater  of the Stove and Furniture man, A. L.  White.  y_ r  ROOMS FOR RENT in brick block.  Apply at Thomas Drug Store.  Our stock of Millinery for fall is  large and complete. latest styles.  Barclay & Co.  FOR SAIvE, CHEAP���A coal stove  with piping and drum. Apply to Rev.  F. V. Venables.  FOR RENT���3-room house suitable  for baching.  Apply at Thomas Drug Co.  Why not take it easy by the side of a  Heater bought of A. L,. White?  For Sewing_ Machine Needles and  Oil see A. L.. White, the Stove and  Furniture man.  For Thanksgiving Day, )ctober 25,  the Canadian Pacific Railway company announce a rate of fare and one-  third for the round trip. Tick :1s will  be on sale October 22nd to October  25th, inclusive, final return limit October 27th  FOB SALE  Small steel  range, only used a short  time.   Price, $15.  Apply P. O  Box 44, Greenwood.  FOR SALE  Fiue three-year-old colt, well bred,  and very gentle, ready to break.  Call at Fritz Haussener's plaoe, near  Greenwood. 50  WANTED  A copy of The Times of September  3rd, 1909. The editor will be most  grateful for a copy of this date.  Just the thing I  ��������� ���- ji  CORBY'S SPECIAL SELECTED      |  RYE WHISKY  ''''"-'''-('������''''''''���'''''������^'MMM-'M-----^^  Greenwood Eiquor go.  -   IMPORTERS GREENWOOD     ,  THE CANADIAN BAN  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000       Reserve, $6,000,00(  DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIE  Arrangements have recently been completed under which the branches  of this Bank are able to issue Drafts on the principal points  in  the following countries:  Austria-Hungary Finland Ireland  Belgium Formosa Italy  Brazil France Japan  Bulgaria Fr'ch Cochin-China Java  Ceylon Germany Manchuria  China Great Britain Mexico  Crete Greece Norway  Denmark Holland Persia  Egypt Iceland  Faroe Islands       India  Russia  Servia  Siam  South Africa  Straits Settlement/"  Swedeu  Switzerland  Turkey  Philliptne Islands " West Indies  Roumania and elsewhere i  ARE Y0H BRY?  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE  In Wellington Camp The property  known as The Golden Crown, with  plant and cquipeinent now found thereon.  For terms and particulars apply to -  G. R. COkDWEIX,  Brandon, Manitoba.  NO  DELAY IN   ISSUING. FULL  PARTICULARS ON  APPLICATIOI  ], T, BEATTIE, Manager - Greenwood   Branch  tt  tt  I  I  I  I  I  tt  I  p  i  l        BEER  WE  BREW GOOD BEER AND  ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS  Call up 'Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co.  BEER       BEER  n  u  Y%  u  SUPPLIES  WALL PAPER^'New shipment just arrived.  Latest designs and colorings,  Low Prices*  BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,   KODAKS  AND SUPPLIES

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