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 W-&MB.  :���'�����''.''������'  !#������?!���  iMsH'V'  I*)-*'  iS.#!  /;���*$>  I - ��CT l 2 1908  >VOL. 13  GREENWOOD,   B. C���   FRIda'Y,    OCTOBER *9,  1908.  No. 5  Greenwood's Big Furniture  Store  New Japanese Mattings in great variety.  , A iftne Line of sea-grass Chairs at.price's that .  ^ will astonish. *'  A new line of Imported Carpet Squares just  openebi up. Will be sold cheap. '  We, carry a Big Range 6*f Child reus'Go-,  carts and Carriers.  Drop in and. see the latest  Steel Collapsible���Fol<\s in one motion.  POLITICAL NEWS  Mr. Borden will look for some  show of gratitude from, Manitoba  for having kept Roblin so loag-  away in the east.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -"  *(>o-ooooooooooo<kk>ooo<>ooo<>o6o<><k>oo<>ooooooooo<>o^^  o     ��� f, ��  it Wear?  it  ���  -<:���  The above are the questions  asked every day regarding  Stanfield's Lfnderwear.  Stanf ield 's underwear will not shrink!'-' If you  ca.n shrink it!, We will present you with new  garments.  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 underwear can be purchased from us only. Don't  ^Seceptthc;;-'tJust--as-^ood^;; ^���^���~--.vv-v^.^-l.l,;^'^���^.^���;;.  Stanfield's Lines  areas reasonable as  ordinary  underwear.  Heavy grey, all-wool elastic knit,$1.25 per garment  Heavy grey, all-wool elastic knit    1.50 "  Heavy black, all-wool elastic knit 1.50 '-  Uxtraheavy brown, all-wool elastic knit 2.00 "  Fine ribbed grey, all-wool 1.75        "  Fine ribbed grey,heavy all-wool -��� 2.00 ��� '  ITine ribbed grey, extra heavy all-wool 2.75 "  Fine ribbed flesh, >�� silk & ^,wool 2.00     -'���.-.  D  n  W  n  u  The arraignment ot Conservative candidate Cowan in Vancouver by W. W. B. Mclnnes on the  Asiatic question means the sure  defeat of Mr. Cowan.  Geo.E. Foster stands declared  against better terms for any province. What would we ever get  if he were Finance Minister ?  The ever-thoughtful Cranbrook  Herald requests that every speaker through the campaign be given  a fair hearing.  Oct. 2nd was the 150th anniversary of responsible government in Nova Scotia.  Conservative   papers   are pub  lishing what they call a   tribute  to Mr.   B.   L. Borden from the  New .York Tribune..  Arid when was the New York  Tribune ever a triend of Canada  ���r Canadian ambitions ?  L. W.'Shatford has gone to'  Nova Scotia to take part in the  Federal campaign.  Mr. Shatford failed to get the  nomination foi Yale-Caribooand  Martin Burrell must play the  game without him.  Besides L. .W. will be permitted to say things Jn Neva Scotia  that he wouldn't dare to mention  in Yale-Cariboo.  I   ��� 110  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood  <XKX>0O0000O0<>0<>0��<>OO<>O<>O0<>O0<K>0OO<>0^  The Land for the People  The following- Is a contrast of  the policies of the Conservative  and Liberal Goyerriments.-  y -~r���  Land for the railway companies, 1888 t�� 1896���;  Railway land grants .....30.000,000  Earmarked for railway land  grants   .'..30,000,000  Homesteaded ...!    10,000,000  Land fer the settler,1897 to 1908:  Railway Land Grants*........ Nil.  ,  Withdrawn from railways  and thrown open to free  settlement 30,000,000  Homesteaded 35,501,600  Net an acre for the   railroads.  Settlers are pouring in and  great crops of grain are rolling  outward. Cities, towns and homesteads are rising everywhere np-  on the prairie land.  The map of the empire rolls  back to the northward and a network of, railroads embraces tj-te  mew-found fields ef wheat  Police  Protection,  The Vernon News after a recital of the failures of the provincial police to apprehend a  number of dangerous criminals  remarks that " there seems to be  room for considerable] improvement in this branch of the public  service."  With this every citizen of the  Boundary country will agree.  The Boundary pays large revenues to the provincial exchequer  and gets but little in return���not  even adequate protection of life  and property.  Tbe Boundary needs more policemen and better policemen, and  must have.mounted men.  Some of the police are competent, some are said to be otherwise, but ia any case they are too  few in number, improperly equipped and not sufficiently well paid  fer the. duties they are expected  to perform,  That is why they dp not rise to  the occasions that occur, and the  matter must be remedied.  Protection of life and property  is the first thing required of any  government, and comes under the  administration of the Attorney-  general's department:  That distinguished- official is  back in Ontario telling the people  of that well-ordered province  what they need to make them  happv. I  It has been said that charity  begins at home, and the Attorney-  general should give "us some as-  ���   -^ -V '-  surancethat the Boundary country will get better police protection. ,:y>!.  That is tbe kind, of civil service reform the people want first  in this part of the world-; the kind  of better terms of which the  Boundary stands nfost in need.  4  The Manitoba Daily Free , Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  Send us $3.00 and receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witn all the News of the Boundary for  & whole year.  Inconsistent.  G, H. Cowan, city solicitor and  Conservative candidate for Vancouver is trying to get a seat on  the anti-Asiatic wagon by shouting "White Canada" and otherwise making a fnss over the mat-  ton  W. B. Mclnuis landed a haymaker on hint wheh he related  the following :  "Mr. Cowan was a man who  for some timehad posed as an anti-  Asiatic orator. Last October he  had listened to Mr. Cowan's ringing tones in tho Labor hall, denouncing Asiatics. At that time  Mr. Cowan, as city solicitor, was  engaged,with all the great brains  his frionds credit him with, in devising schemes for the occupation  of the' unemployed���for last winter we had whito men walking  our streets, homeless, penniless  and hungry, Mr. Cowan was applying his mighty intellect to  that, and while he was doing so  he was having his own place at  Bowen Island, fixed, cleared and  put in shapo by a gang of Japs,  averaging from 50 to 75, "I say  you have a right to demand from  Mr. Cowan, as your candidate, a  clear and definite statement oa  that matter."  Obituary  We regr��t to chronicle the death  of Miss Mackenzie, who died of  typhoid fever Wednesday at the  Sister's hospital;  Miss Mackenzie was a very estimable lady and will be.rgreatly  missed by her many friends.  She was a prominent worker in  the Presbyterian church, and was  secretary of the Sunday school,  and was otherwise identified with  matters relating to (the good of  tke community.  In their sad bereavement hor  mother, and brothers have the  sincerest sympathy of a large  number of friends.  - The funeral took place this  afternoon from the Presbyterian  ohurch where service was held.  Busy Campaiging.  Duncan Ross, M. P.," left  Greenwood on Saturday last for  Bridesville where he addressed a  meeting of the electors the same  evening. ��� From there Mr. Ross is  proceeding throngh the Similkameen and Nicola holding meetings at Keremeos,Hedley, Princeton, Tulameen, Nicola, Merritt  and other points on the way to  Spence's Bridge.  On his return Mr. Ross will  speak at Phoenix on Oetober 14th;  at Riverside Hall, Rock Creek.  October 15th; Grand Forks, .October 16th and Greenwood. October 17th. '   '  Mr. Ross vyill then proceed to  the Okanagan and the main line  of the C.P.R, addressing meetings  every night until the end of thet  month,  TELEPHONE SERVICE  LOCAL ITEMS  The fnntral of the late Hugh  Stevens on Saturday last was held  under the auspices of the Boundary Valley Lodge, No. 38, LO  O.F.,' frow the undertaking parlors ef T. M. Gulley & Co., tothe C.P.R. depot; the Rev. M. D  McKee conducting the services  Charlie Frank has been doing  nicely at the hospital since the  successful operation for appendicitis by Dr. Spankie.  Rev. G. A. Wilson,- Vancouver,  Superintendent of Missions in  B.C. addressed the Christian Endeavor Society of "the Presbyterian church on Wednesday �� v-  ening.    .  John Gopell has returned to  his home in Vernou.  E. J. Travers. Nelson, manager Western lines, Canadian Car  Service,"camo in Thursday. Mr.  Travers has moved his office from  Nelson to Vancouver.  Harry Johns came in from the  Napoleon mine. Orient, Wednesday, and went up to take charge  of operations on the B. 0. Copper  Co's recently acquired properties  at Wellington camp.  John Car well, general J foreman  at^Boundary Falls' smelter left  on Tuesday for Coram, Cal.,  where he has accepted a position  at the Balakalala smelter in the  Shasta County copper belt.  The Firemen's Ball on Monday,  Oct. 12th will certainly be' the  event of tlie year. With good  music, a good floor and a live  committee a royal good time is  assured.  'Mrs, Dr. Spankie entertained  her friends last eyening in honor  of her sister, Miss Mulligan, who  will leave shortly for her home  in New York.  Rendell & Co. have been taking stock this week preparatory  to the transfer of the business to  John Barclay. The present fine  stock of goods will be augmented  by new lines and Mr. Barclay's  personal popularity and business  reputation are a guarantee ef a  successful business.  A. D. Hallett gavo a demon-  stratioh of the King chemical  nozzle on Monday evening. A  structure of highly inflammable  material was built, and at the  word of the judge3 the chemical  extinguisher was brought into  play on the cure ing pile. The  result   was entirelv satisfactory.  G. H. Halse, superintendent of  the B. C. Telrphone-Co., waa   in  Green wood 1 a--.-: Thursday on his  annual   inspection   tour   of   the  company's lines.  The business men of Greenwood  are  very desirous that a  perpet  nal telephone service bo installed I *"ce  m the distriot, and advantage was  taken   of   Mr.   Halse's presence  here to bring the matter   to   his  notice. . '  The many important reasons  why we should have such a service were laid before him, and an   w Miu4. atlua    er   -"-*   tbe   Sheriff of   Stevens  arrangement was made   whereby County,   on suspicion   of   being  the telephone Company agrees to  give a continuous service to  Greenwood district as soon as 150  phones are on Greenwood exchange. This embraces Greenwood, Eholt, Denoro, Deadwood,  Boundary Falls and Midway.  There are 135 phones already  on the list and there should be no  difficulty in making up the required 150.  The offer of the, company is  reasonable and it rests entirely  with the people of the district to  see that the required additional  phones are secured and continnous  telephone service established between the city and the ��� surrounding points of industry.  Coroner's Inquest.  At the Coroner's inquest relative to the death of the latt Hugh  Stevens at tho Mother Lode mine  on the 30th September, tbe verdict of tho jury was that tba��cai-  ualty was tbe result of the failure  of the engineer ia charge to properly set the brakes.  The Dominion government hasj  purchased the ground   adjoining  the new post office  in Vancouver  to the north on"wh"iclTto erect^a  new custom's house.  W. W. Leach, geologist of the  department of mines, Ottawa,  who spent the past season in the  Copper river aadTelkwa districts,  is in Vancouver and brings news  of the discovery and location of  numerous coal sections on Morse  river in that part of the province.  The report of Mr. Leach's  work will be issned next spring.  Captain John Irving, who has  returned from the north, says  that shipments from the mines at  White Home will start in about  a month, and that tho shipments  will amount to about 3,000 tons a  month.  Laying Steel  Contractor W. P. Tierney, of  Nelson, and his force of men are  laying the steel on the new cutoff on the Mother Lode spur.  The improvements are in the  way of a switch-back which will  cut out the two big trestles, make  the grade easier and safer, and  will lower the cost   of   mainten-  Another Suspect.  A. W. Jennings was arrested at  Kettle Falls, Wash., on September 30th by Constable Deckstead-  connected with the Midway murder.  He was remanded from Grand  Forks on October 3rd to Greenwood gaol and will be given a  hearing tomorrow.  Dominion Copper Co��  The .mines of the Dominion  Copper Co. have closed,only a sufficient force to attend to the  pumps beingretained. The company has gono into liquidation  with Mr. Roosa as provisional  liquidator.  It is said that arrangements  have been made to reorganize tho  entire concern and taat it will  emerge from the present trouble  with a sound.financial footing.  . That is what is required- Tho  properties are good, the smelter  plant is ia fine condition and the  management capable. ,  We have been informed on good  authority that the rearganizatioa  will he speedily accomplished and  that the smelter will blow in next  month. ' '  Curling  In preparation for the usual  good *ease��-of -the roariar-game-  the members of the Greenwood  Curling Club held a well-attend.  ed meeting on Monday evening.  A general feeling of activity  aad anticipation was manifested,  and amongst other business the  managing committee was instructed to look into the matter of  building a new rink.  The officers eleoted are, Presi-r  dent, E. W. Bishop ; Vice-president, H. McCutcheon; Sec.-Treas.  G. B. Taylor ; Managing Committee, J. S. Birnie, K. C. B.  Frith, W. *G. McMynn, E. B.  Dill.  New  "      METALS.  York,   Oct.  6���Silver,  Blj4; copper, 13^ and 13^.,  Londoa,Oct. 6���Silver, 23 15-16;  lead, ��Yh lis. 3d.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE"  The  lolloTrlnif table trWes the on shipments of Boundary mine* for 1900 1901   ^<*n  ^om  1904, 1905, 1904,1907,19 ti a* reported to the Greenwood Tim..- '        ' 1903'  and   in   5S   seconds the fire was  completely extinguished.  I insuit   was entirety s  The remains were accompanied jln teaseconds the bla2e was out>  to Rossland by Mr. Roy Stevens, '  a   brother,   and   the large   procession    of ~    fellow-miners   and [  brother-Oddfellows   was a beautiful tribute   to   the   memory   September School Report.  of the deceased who was esteemed        ' ])msioN .^ ^ WATs-N  by all who knew him. ���   Pupils actually attending 21  Average daily attendance 13.38  Percentage of regularity.*. 87.52  Perfect attendance,": Ernest Anderson. Evelyn Horton, George  Redpath, Hazel Redpath, Bertha  Smitb, Gordon Smith.  DIVISION  II���J  M.   MACKKN'ZIK.  Pupils actually attending* 2f>  Average' daily attendance. 24.23  Percentage of regularity i>3.  Perfect attendance: Henry An-  dprson,   Lena   Archibald,   Eussell  The \ flood in the Hyderabad  killed i^ore people than the Johnstown disaster.  i  Geo. D. Sankey, formerly president of the Greenwood Miner's  Union died in Chihuahua,Mexico,  on September I4bh, from inhaling  fumes of Cyanide of potasium.  Mr. Sankey was a contractor in  the Dolores mine.  He was a member of the Greenwood lodge Knights of Pythias,  aad was buried by the American  brethern in the camp.  The first prosecution under the  new Federal anti-Opium act was  heard at Vancouver Oct. 1st and  a Chinaman sent up for trial at  the fall Assizes which are in session this week.  5,340  19,49*  MlNB.  Granb**  Mines.  Snowshoe   B. C. Copper Co.  Mother l>ode_.  B. C. Mine....  Km ma   Oro Denoro.    _   Bonnie Belle-    Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem.   Idaho-   Rawhide   Sunset    Mountain Rose.     Atkleatan    1,M0  Aorrlaon..    . ....  R.Bell..   Senator.   Bra- Foffle   No. 37.   Reliance _  Sulphur King..  Winnipeg-   (lolden Crown..  King- Solomon.  Hlg Copper   No. 7 Mine..   City of Paria ..  Jewel..   Rlrenide,   Carmi   Sallr   Rambler   Batcher Boy   Duncan    .ProTidence _   Elkhorn   I Strati-more,  1900       1901       1902        1903        1904        1905       190*        1907  64,533   231,76;>   309^51   393,718   J49.703   653,8t9   J01.4O4   613,537  297      1,741     20.S00     71.212           M26   135.001  Past  190J   Waeku  831,014   15,923  2907   2,400  99,034   141,326   138.079   174,298   147.576   105,90C   208.231     179.2W   8,068  47.405     14.811      19..VS ��� ���"-��  47,405  650  802  "sso  14,811  8,530  19,365  22,937  15337  37,960  16,400  9,485  3,007  20  1,483  11,804  3,177  1,112  18.274  14,481  32,350  7,455     15,731  1,076  2,250  1W  1/40  875  150  665  2,000  350  785  625  482  890  5,646  3,339  560  363  2,435  3,070  3,250  1,759  4.586  3,450  222  364  33  55,731   140,685  2,960  23,108  3.056  4,747  1,833  33  150  26,032  48,394  3355  43,295  12.2J3  64,173  31.270  31,258  649  49,204     1352  4,870  It.971  3,450  391*      9  79  -       ���,���,.,' oiratamore   Hunter,     Jbueen     Jakes,    Judith gsui��_ Eagie  Johnson, Charlie McArthur, Grace  Redpatb, Sutherland Smith, Kobt.  Smith, Ward  Storer, Dick Taylor.  DIVISION III���C. M.  MARTIN.  Pupils actually attending 31  Average daily attendance 29.90  Percentage of regularity 87.91  Perfect attendance : Jack Eales,  Arthur Eales. George Holt, Waldo  Jordan, Francis Jordan, Harold  Mackenzie, Daniel Mc*Kee, Celia  Mcintosh, Hall Mclntyre, Tommy  McFarland, Kejjgie McKernan,  Vera Redpath. Bina Smith, Tom  Taylor, Jack Wilson.  Preatoa...  Prince Henry   Skylark.   Last Chance   E. P.U. Mine   Bay. _   Ma*/1��.   Don Pedro   Ccesceot.    Helen   Rnby   Repablic.   Miscellladeous.   ... .  219  993  726  400  325  52  SO  167  300  30  30  I4��  106  76  9  18  770  1,140  150  40  20  140  90  65  120  40  700  20  55  60  3.ZV)  SO  3,436  325  500  60  750  535  639  2S5  73  20  40  90  80  io  SOO  20  15  589.  224  30  45  .53  Total, tons..  '*..(#)   S^SOO   503,876  690.419- ��� 819,803   9-j*$&gi,161337 1,143,237    Smelter  truatmer:��� '.>"���  Craobr Co     L2.3S7   230.X28    212.340   401,��21 *5*.,252   687.98S   S28.S"T��   637,626      659.761    17,F>55  B.C. Copper Co         117.611    HS.W*   162,913   219.��t<4    ZIOSSO   123,S-'0   341,<*S2      20'),s9o    l't.13 9  Dom. Cop. C->.._               132.5-0      3-1,930.    84;&9   21~.XI1    153,439      22.S42       Tot?.l tedv -cl     <.*..��*���   348,439   460.940   697,404   837,666   982,8771,172,4(131,233,017  /  YY'-sm  ��� Y-YW1  -���������-��� .,-��� ��� Sm  Y:'{i-im  yy>?YM  Y:0m  ���y\  yKYm  1  ��� ������' \ysY--  Y:SM  ">���:���" -t'ssf^l^  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  t^frq^^  Cf*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*-  CF*  ft=_  Q=<  Cf*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  IF*  CF*  Cr*  <!=<  Cf*  Cf*  ..Bank^Jlontreal.  Capital, all paid np, $14,400,000.        Rest ...$11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. President:   Lord Stbathcona anb Mount Rotai., G. C. M. G.  Biancbes in London, Eng. \c^hM%a^,\ Sew York, CHicago.  Buy  and sell Sterling Exchangre and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any part'.oi the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  HI  --=-2  **=2  ���-=2  w-*>  tcH  **%  $  ��=0  itor to enforce the terms of con-  tract on the subjection all work  being-done for the city." (Columbian).  G. H.. Cowan,�� Conservative  nominee for Vancouver has apparently left Undone some of  those things which he ought to  have done as City Solicitor for  Vancouver.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager, gj  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor.,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Addresa:       ���'Hallktt."  I Bedford M'NelU's  Coiiks -J Moreintf & Neal's  Greenwood, B. O'  land made its ranks congenial to  meu of probity and ability, can it  hope to again possess the confidence of the people ot Canada.  Chinese warfare  will  never do  to storm a modern fort.  Leifoer's  = ��?��&''<'���  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  "*--C-;.;-?*"-' No. 38.1. 0.0- F-  Meets every  Tuesday  Evening at 8 (XI In tb��  I. <���>. O. F. Kail.    A  cordial Fnvi tatloulstx  tended to all sojourniu(r brethern.  b   STOKER D. A. MACDONALD  N. G. ������ G-  A. JAYNES, Rcc. Sec.  Cb��  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every fri dav  BY THB  Boundary CreeK Printing anfl PnMisbing  Co.. LiMiTun.  J. M. MILLAR - -       i       Managkr  SUBSCRIPTIOyS IN ADVANCE.  Pbr Ybar     2 M  Srx Months     125  To Fokbion ConNTKiEs.     .  2 50  FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1988  A SLENDER PLATFORM  Amid oceans of abuse for the  Liberal leaders the Conservative  papers and speakers occasionally  make allusion to a desire to introduce what they call "adequate  protection."  This can only mean one thing  which is, if the Tories had the  chance they would raise the tariff on goods coming into Canada  from other countries, Great Britain included.  Add to this some remarks concerning reform ia the civil service,  and you have the platform of the  once powerful Conservative party.  Outside of those'who may be  looking for office there are very  few who are deeply interested in  the civil service, but there are  many thousands of Canadians  who feel that the manufacturers  have always had an adequate  measure of protection and who  will never vote to give them more.  High protection went out of  date in '%, and while the Liberal  party has control the tariff will  be as near to tariff for revenue  only as it is possible to make it.  BILL BOWSER'S BILL.  C. E. Tisdall who lost to Cowan on the Vancouver nomination  is going to run iu Comox-Atlin  against Mr. Sloan.  That is just a little worse for  the Conservative party than if  they let Comox-Atlin go by default.  and have money and stock and  are in every way the best of settlers for Western Canada.  A hew Zealand physician has  discovered a cure for leprousv.  It is pretty certain that McKen-;  zie King will be Canada's first  Minister of Labor,  The B.C. Saturday Sunset ridi  cules the Conservative Anti-Asiatic legislation by referring to   it  as  "the   McBride   government's  comic opera Bowser bi1!."  It calls attention to the unanswered charges made by Duncan  Ross that Mr. Bowser purposely  drew up his Anti-Asiatic legislation in a way that made it ineffective ; and that Mr. Bowser the  Conservative Attorney-general of  British Columbia, as solicitor for  Gotoh drew up the contract by  which the Jap coolies  brought to this province.  The Sunset wants Bowser to  accept Mr.Ross'challenge to meet  him on the public platform.  Bowser swore that he would do  so, and that he would follow Mr.  Ross throughout Yale-Cariboo  and make him eat his words.  The chance is open and the time  is slipping away and still no Bowser comes,  The charges are direct and de-  finite,and unanswered as they are  by Bowser   or   the Conservative  �� i  press, are conclusive proof as to  who aro the friends of white  labor in British Columbia.  John Houston, editor of the  Prince Rupert Empire, late M.L.  A. for Nelson, aad late president  of the Provincial Conservative  Association, says: "Were the editor of the Empire a resident of  Kootenay he would vote for Smith  Curtis, because he has brains, is  a hard worker, and is right on  most questions ,with which tho  common people are concerned."  In reply to the offer made by  Premier Laurier in his Berlin  speech to mediate between the  C.P.R. and its employees if either  side desired it, Vice-president  McNichol said "We bave absolutely nothing to say."  A Bold Step  lo overcome the wel)-grounded and  reasonable .objections of the more intelligent to tiie use ot secret, medicinal compounds, Dr. E.V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.  Y., some time ago, decided to make a bold  departure from the usual coarse pursued  by the makers of pat-up medicines for domestic use, an^,so has published broadcast and oBETfly to the whole world, a full  and comprato list of all the ingredients  entering linfethe composition of his widely  celebrated fosdlcmes. Thus he has taken  his numerow sratrons and patients .into  his full .^Mence. Thus too he has re-  moved/nis/medicines from among secret  nostrym-rof doubtful merits, and made  themi-Kcmcdies of Known Composition.  Hv ���* ia hniH Bt.i��n Tlr. Pierrm' has shown  irown^onSlSIiEllW^  Ihik  8W*.h pvp.f;(l'-*]C'*  *��~po,t.-aYr.,iidlllto subject them to  Seven strikebreakers were tak-  ��n off the Soo train at Emerson,  Man., aad shipped back to Chicago.  Tbe increase of population necessary for the prosperity of our  province will be forthcoming  with the completed construction  of the projected railroads and  great areas of land at present val-  ���were ueless, on account ot the lack of  marketing facilities will be the*  brought under cultivation ani  furnish homes, employment and  prosperity to thousands of people.  Mining propositions in bodies of  low grade ore will then be operated by capital which today are  unworkable owing to lack of railways. Much capital will also be  attracted to the province * ano  manufactures and industries hitherto untouched will flourish in  British Columbia. ��� Ashcroft  Journal  A Tory paper says that the opposition is gaining in spirit and  in unity..,  Not in Greenwood.  Roblin, the uncouth orator of  Manitoba, has been contradicted  by J. S. Willison, editor, of Toronto News (Conservatiye), and  left the Ontario campaign.  What does Martin Bnrrell mean  by his hostile remarks in regard  to the Grand Trunk Pacific ?  Would the Tories if elected  block the completion of our new  transcontinental highway ?  IN BAD TASTE.  B. D. 'Wallace, Independent  Conservative candidate for Brandon, says "I have become dissatisfied with the Conservative party  for the last six years principally  because of the underhand and  dishonest methods of the party  leaders in Manitoba."  The British Columbia government at the suggestion of the  British authorities made through  the Dominion government, has  agreed to a mutual arrangement  with the United States, by which  both countries are to reserve a  strip sixty feet wide on either side  of the international boundary line  This strip will be reserved from  sale, settlement, or lease. Should  any complications occur at any  future time it will give that much  land on either side to go .or como  on where no private interests  will be affected.  iiif.-Ul-l>st-' riCJJLUOX    .     , . M,  TJot only <loes tbe wrapper ot every bottle  of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, tho  famous medicine for weak stomach, torpid  liver or billousnesf^nd all catarrhal diseases  wherever located, nave nrinted upon it, in  plain English, a full and complete list of oil  ihe ingredients composing it but a small  Book has been compiled from numerous  standard medical -works, of all the tiifferent  schools of .practice, containing very numerous extracts from the wrltinrrs of ieadin 7  practitioners ot medicine, endorsing in llie  strongest possible terms, each and every ingredient contained ln Dr. Pierce's medicines.'  One ot thoso little books will "be mailed tree  to any one sendlns address on postal card or  by letter to Dr. K, V; Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.  and requesting the same. From this littlo -  book it will be learned that Er. Pierce's medicines contain no alcohol, narcotics, mineral  agents or other poisonous or injurious agents  and that they aro made from native medicinal roots of'great value; also that some of  the most valuablo ingredients contained in  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription ior weak,  nervous, over-worked, "run-dewn/ nervous  and debilitated women, wero employed, ions  years ago, by tho Indinnafor similar ailments  affecting their sauaws. In fact, one of the  most valuable medicinal plants entering into  the composition of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription was known to tbe Indians as  "Squaw-Weed." Our knowledg-j of the uses  of not a few of our most valuable native, mc-  d'clnal plants was gained from the Indians.  A��j made up by improved and exact processes, the �� Favorite Prescription" is a most  efficient remedy for regulating all the womanly functions, correcting displacements, as  prolapsus, anteverslon and retorversion,  overcoming, painful periods, toning up the  nerves and bringing about a perfect state of  health. Sold by all dealers in medicines.  666 Miles Formally Opened-  Martin Bnrreil's newspaper, the  Grand Fork's Gazette, refers to  our Canadian Government as a  "nest of corruption."  To Canadian ears this sounds  ill-mannered and offensive.  It is not convincing; neither is  it original.  Doesn't it sound like an expression once used by the venerable  Sir Mackenzie Bowell to one  George E. Poster whom he called  the leader of a "nest of traitors"?  Times have changed but the  howl of the jackal may still be  heard from the citadel of prosperity-  Not until the Conservative party bas purged itself of tha lugu-  brics   defamers   of our   country,  The interior department reports  that over one million acres in Alberta and Saskatchewan have  been taken up by homesteaders  during the past month since the  odd numbered sections * were  thrown open for homesteading.  President Hays of the Grand  Trunk Pacific was reported at  Winnipeg on the 18th, and the  completed portion of the 'road between Winnipeg and Wainwright,  a distance of 6fa6 miies, was formerly declared open for traffic.  Wainwright is. six miles from  Battle river and about 250 miles  east of Edmonton. West of Edmonton, Foley, Weleh & Stewart  have a contract to grade 127 miles  to Wolf Creek, and 1500 teams  and over 3000 men are employed  on the work. H. J Fetter, superintendent of construction for  Foley, Welch and Stewart, says  the grade will be finished to within 10 miles of Wolf Creek- by the  time the ground freezes so hard  as to make grading impracticable,  and that rails would be laid from  Edmonton to Pembina river this  winter. At the Prince Rupert  end work is hampered by a shortage of men, but grading is being  done all along the hundred miles  of   contract.    It  is not   known  *  whether President Hays is coming here or not.���Prince Rupert  Empire.  Reserve   Strength  is as necessary to men and  women in ordinary lifer as  to the Athlete. ��� ' ' _  The regular use of "Bovril"  builds up a large reserve  of strength, which makes  sustained effort of mind  and body possible, and enables the system to resist  ��� attacks of disease.    '  ^ooooooooooooooooooooooooo  Pacific Hotel  Gkieg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition  issued March, 1908.)  Size:   Octavo.    Pages :   1228.  Chapters : 25.  Scope: The Copper  Industry   of   the  World.  Covering- ; Copper History. Geology,  Geography', Cliemi6tryt Mineralolgy,  Mining, Milliug, 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,  elc.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the -.  AT THE CHORCHES  Prbsbyterian���Services will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a,m.  and 7.30 p.nu Rev. M.-D, McKee, Pastor.       '-."���    \ ' .-���    ���'. ������'���':  MBTHODI9T���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct services as usual at  Methodist Church morning'and evei* ing  Services every Sunday, morning and  Sunday School at 3.  .  The Best Cuisine between  , Winnipeg and the Coast.  4����|����f����f����f��--|��.-��f��"*f��'-|^  The Miner 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 regarding copper milling, leaching, smelli g, and  ���refining.  The Copper Consumer needs the book  for every chapter it contains. It tells  what and explains how and why.  The Investor in Copper Shares cannot afford to be without it. The Cop-'  per Handbook g ives statistics and gen  eral information on one hand, with  thousands of detailed mine descriptions on the other, centring 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 : $5.00 in- Buckram with gilt  top, or $7.50 In full library morocco.  Terms *. The most liberal. Send ho  money, but order the book sent you,'  all carriage charges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if uu-  satisf actorv, 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 ihe editor and publisher,  ' HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHEI^DO NBUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  CATHOHC���Church of. the Sacred  Heart,T--DivMie service 1st, thirdand ,  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.j vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*:  2:30 p.m. Rev.J. A. Beuard, O. M. I,  pastor.  i  Church or England (St. Jude's)���  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. m.  Sunday school, 2.30 p.m. Holy Com-'  munion, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 8  a. m; 2nd and 4th Sundays' after Matins at 11 a.m. Saints- Day services  as announced in Church. Mother  Lode mine first Sunday, at 3 p. ta.  Eholt, second Sunday, at 3:30 p. m.  Rev. F Vernon Venables, Vicar.  A  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, B,C.  PAFENT8 who wish to secure for  their daughter the benefits of a  solid and refined education will do well  to consider the advantages the Convent School, Nelson, offers.  The Convent is large. and commodious aad a large number of Boarders  can be accomodated. The School Is  superintended and taught by the Sisters, who have much experience in  training and educating children.  The course of study comprises Christian Doctrine, Grammar, Geography,  Arithmetic, Epglish and Canadian  History, Stenography, Bookkeeping,.  Typewriting, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, Needlework, Vocal and Instrumental Music, French und  Hygiene.'  For further particulars apply to���  Sisxun Supbrior.St. Joseph's School  Nelson, B. C.  The Hedley Oazette says there  is still plenty of time for Billy  Bowser to come to Yale-Cariboo  to explain his connection with  the Gotoh contract to supply  50,000 Jap coolies to the C.P.R.  and the Wellington Collieries.  Io the meantime will Martin  Burrell or the Conservative papers  give an explanation of the matter  to the waiting public.  " Sixty representatives of the  Vancouver Trades and Labor  Council attended a special session  of the city council to protest  against the employment direct or  indirect, of"Asiatic labor on city  contract work.  The council directed the   Solic-  &'/y:/i,'/Kei.yvz&Fysyz.  '"}.  1 GENERAL NOTES I  D. C. Cameron   is  running as  the Liberal nominee in "Winnipeg  H. BDNTING  CONTRACTOR    .  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in  all kinds  of  Rough and Dressed  Ivuniber, Mouldings,  Windows,     Doors,  Shingles,      Bricks, ,  Cement,    etc.,   etc..  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-!  GREENfflOD,   :  B. C.  5 |    PHONE 65.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  COM3VIERGIAL  HOTEL Greenwooci  Rooms 25c and 50c a Night  M, GILLIS  Hotel.  Ladies' Calling Cards, Holland   Linen, can  be  had-at  The Times Office, 50c a box..  ������  '      ���    ������-,���"- '<������'���'���;��� - >:- ' k  ..�����.-.-.-���������- i-        i ,..._- ���������i���i..i ������ .���.^   ��� -���   i _-   f  H  INDS0R  McCLUNG anil GOODEVE, Proprietors,  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.   Liffhtod   throughout  with electric lights.  First-class Bar.   Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  ,  Your  Close to the Smelter.  Settlers continue to pour into  the Canadian prairies from the  United Statee. Most of them are  farmors who bring their  families  Black  Watch  Chewing Tobacco  The big black plug.  2209  Everybody  Agrees  that COD LIVER OIL and IRON are  beyond question the greatest medicines known. Theu why does not  everybody take Cod Liver Oil and  Iron? Simply because most peoplo  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.  WhUe  FERROL  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole ofthe Oil)  and is richer in oil than any other  emuhion, and while it contains just the  right quantity of the best form of Iron  ind Phosphorus, it is so scientifically  prepared that not one person in a thousand finds nny trouble in taking it,  and infants digest it without difficulty. I  Moreover the well-established value of  the Oil and Iron is immensely  enhanced by the process of manufacture, and as tbe 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  You Take"  The Best Appointed Work-  ingmen's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.    Hot and  Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  Will be attended to promptly  at this office .    .    .    ���    ���  This office is replete tyith everything neces-  essary in a printing office to ensure your  ypork being done with neatness and despatch  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OLALOFSTA > Proprietor  Dear Mother  Your little ones are a conttant can in  Fall and Winter weather. They will  catch cold. Do you know about Stuloh's  Consumptioa Cure, the Lung Tonic, aad  what it has done for so many ? It is s*5d  to be die only reliable rancdy for all  diseases of die air postages in children.  his absolutely harmless ajid pleasant to  take.. It ia guaranteed to cui or your money  is retimed. The price is {Z5c per bottle.  ated all dealers in medio*^ sell 314  SHI  TKstanedy should be j  OH  1 ereqr household.  Electric  current   supplied   for  X+++++++++* + +��++**++ + + ++++ X  -4*  4��  Power, Lighting, Heating and"  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-comprea-  sing, plants, with an absolute  guarantee of coutinuous'power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  +  "<������- '���*': ��ffe^;.l^  I PROVINCIAL ITEMS \  The Porto Rico Lumber Co.  will build a 45,000 M mill at Nelson.  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  Mrs. Joan Putgsmt-ir, of  Vic-  "Y   tpria is.dead afe the age of 80 years  She was one   of ������< the   first white  V women to live on Vancouver Is-  y laad and was the wealthiest worn*  aa ia Canada.  j.bruise, ��nd to anoint their  waff pSXktmbl:J^ ^r,d }���**���**-'��* w< �����-**����<"'  of tie ��odW "The dSfe^ fet^ **���-���*���* with the science  in������.;-�� ..-.*_���___.... .   . contests without some gaping wound or severe  wjc^yrs ss(-=s���-^>  ,- Robert Jardine .was una'nimous-  ly chosen to contest New Westminster .for tbe Liberal party.'-  In  The monument to the memory  of Simon Fraser, the first man to  ' traverso" the "river   named after  him was unveiled  at New Westminster last week.  m'-.i rt* -----�����.--..����ve of these ancient healers      rwi ��      y S pro9r3"--      <n Zam-Buk you  ���i��rr^^lM^*LH���^d  off    nr ��m me"tS C0"tain mo^ r.ho��d.��ni-  resui,    ^+**.���.*.i*^..h^^&%����� ranraJLaffteW  ^  T*^  I essences, is >n Mn,..t....j I....       *: ..lrMe of ammal fa* or mineral poison  the  ^���^fs^^^-^-sssjsrs-s'-ss^-'^s^T^^" -..���*��� ��.����;���.-��- ��.. k.. .,.. Blvm hlm Zam.Bbfc N>.  healing  ppocesp begins.    It a*���;? -** sor'��teh. a poisoned wound, a   ba+rh   ���*  _   j|W **-*-Ml__ ���eVents��uPPurat'on, blood poisonina  etc       k/    eczema,   and  at  once the  \*^ ^V K."L?nd ���mart'n3, and heals.     The best w 1   WS 0Ut ir>f|a"��*--��on, ends  F # f?r��a fpe8 bo*;���*����� '���* Zam-Buk prove its own e^-aQP��rSOnal teLst*      Send in  ,-.   ���- ������  ;��������� _T   -  i H>�����"���-its own cise. See coupon below.      -  POISONED WOUND  COMPLETELY HEALED !  foot  w��� lS S   Bhocklni   ^n^M   next   ""--line  my  ?oyr fJS s^ ���$&"-Us��� &&��&&  fully   iapi^.    I Mi^ref ^,J?,,--Sa"T,,,?I,aei_  There is a movement on foot to  hare the same of Sicamdas June-*  tion changed to Okanagan Junction. The development of the  Okanaf an Valley has created the  ���ecessity for the suggested  change.      '    .  |��TRY IT AT  OUR  COST  THE    GREAT  KIN-C  :im&  M&ay of the Hindus at Vancouver are starving on one meal  a day and with the cold weather  approaching arc in desperate  straits.  opposite   the    public    school.���  Prince Rupert Empire.  A, young son of G. R. Naden is  reported to have had an arm fractured while playing on the street  H. F. Hansen, conductor of  Kettle Valley line has been missing for two weeks. No cause is  known for his mysterious disappearance and it is supposed h*  has beeu drowned. ,  from a trip to Bruce.  Send this coupon, the name or  ihis   p��per.  nnd  11 one-cent stamp  to-pay return postage) to Z:im-  Uuk   0".,   Toronto, and  you  will  wive a diiiiiLy sample box.  j^.JUNm^-l-m*r^&WW3iiii3BsiB&  Kelowna captured 39 prizes  a'fc  Westminster fair.  Jeff Davis, of Grand Forks has  returned from a visit to Brock-  ville, Out.  Robert Stevenson, of Princeton  is recovering from his recent runaway 'accident, and has left Hed-  ley for home.  Mr. and Mis. J. W. Rutherford,  of   Grand   Forks, have returned  John Houston, editor Prince  Rupert Empire is engaged ia an  arduous endeavor to keep the new  terminal city "dry."  f    MINING   f  o ��  Another furaace was blown in  last week at the Trail Smelter for  the t rea tment of copper, being the  first increase in the number of  furnaces since last fall.  X  ��� tf%^z��v mit- da*�� -<&e& V��5*>#f  M  m  y/m  ��M  ���*'~y&  ! Practically all tho business  part of Michel was .destroyed by  fire Wednesday week last.  Two ai��mbers of the N. W.  Mounted Police accompanied the  Governor-Geaeral" on his yisit to  the Bouadaryj Woulda't it be  aice if the provincial government  were willing to allow him to let  theai go after the Midway pur-  dertrs.  The mill at the Nugget Miae  will, begin operations next month.  - Thos. Brown arranged the Nelson mineral exhibit for Spokane  Fair. Over ninety mines of the  Kootenay were represented in the  display. '        v  Spreading rails put eight cars  in the ditch on the Kettle Valley  line aad delayed traffic for twenty  hours Tuesday last week.  A. compressor plant is being installed at the Queea- Victoria  mine.  . MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE. /  " CLATAWA NO. 2 " Mineral Claim, situate  in the Greenwood Mining- Division of Yale  District. Where located: OnWallaceMoun  tain.  TAKE NOTICE tbatl, Edward H. Mortimer  Free Miner's certificate No. B14422, Intend, mxtf days from the date hereof, to 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 that action nnder section 37, must be commenced before the issnance  of *>uch Certificate of Improvements.   -  Dated this Ninth dar of September A.T). 1908.  EDWARD H. MORTIMER.  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY   CO,,   LTD.  New Westminister, B. C.  Greenwood Liquor Co., Agents, Greenwood  Coastractioa of the aew Provi-  deace hotel ia Graad Forks is un.  der way."...  John Ashworth, M.E., of Manchester, England, who has, been  touring the proyince as a- guest  of the Canadian Mining Institute,  has heen visiting the coal mines  of the Crow's Nest and other  properties in the Slocan.  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining District.   .  Grand Fork's papers announce  the marriage of Mr. Ed. Davis of  that city to Miss Elyie Taylor,  of Portland. Ore.  A trial shlpmeat of about SO  toasiof Whitewater zinc ore is  sacked and ready for snipment to  Antwerp, Belgium.  TENDERS  SEALED TENDERS will b�� r-elvM hy the  undersij-nel np to the 1st diy vi 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 *^) of Lot Sixteen (16) Block  "D," Map 28, City of Greenwood.  3. An nndirldeaOne-half (l>2)lntere*st In the  South Half (S. %)-oi Lot El-ht (8) Block Two  (2). Map 57, City ef Greenwood.  The highest or any tender not necessarily  accepted. ......'���*  Dated this 10th day of September, A.D. 1908.  CHARLES GEORGE MAJOR,  Official Administrator,  1-4 .    ���  i    ���       New Westminster, B.C  MRS. MURRAY, graduate in voca  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils ia 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  Similkameen Land District  District  or Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I, James Crawford, of  Park Rapids, Mlnn��sota,occnpatlon Far-  mer,intend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described laodst'Commenclncr at a  post planted at the North West corner of Lot,  805 S, thence north 20 chains; thence east 80  chains: thence (tenth 80 chains; thence west  40 chains, thence north 60 chains, thence west  40 chains to point ef commencement, aad con  talnlar>400 acres, more or less.  JAMES CRAWFORD.  Per Henry Strauss, Agent  Dated June 12th, 190". -.-'-      -���  CANADIAN  Pagifjc  HAIL W A  LAND NOTICE  MINERAL, ACT.  f  P  1"The Times has the  most complete Stock "of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  ���f The Times is improv-  ing its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  f.The   Times,   in   Job/  Work,   Advertising,   in  News Getting and  Giving    can    deliver     the  goods.  SEE. IF'IT CAN'T.  Will Prospect Coal Lands  The Moresby Island Lumber  Cosapany has taken a diamond  drill to Skidegate on Graham Island, intending to use it- en the  company's coal lands about twelve  miles  from    -Skidegate.���Prince  Rupert Empire.  1" Subscribe .For, Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Leading Paper. *  Jimmie's Beautiful Dream  When Jimmie's turn had come to bat  He heard a tnig-hty shout.  The bases were all nicely filled,  And not a man was out.  Jim gave the plate a sounding whack  And caught the pitcher's eye.  The pitcher turned all sort of shapes,  Then let the spit ball fly.  Jim swung the bat with giant force  And hit the ball just right.  You should have seen it split the air  And disappear from sight.  Then Jimmie starter*, for his run���  He flew just like a bird���  But when he tumbled out of bed  He hadn't got to third. '  Yonkers Statesman  M, K. Rogers has paid the final  $30,000 on the $100,000 option oa  the Ohservatory Inlet copper properties. J. T. Hillis, manager of  the properties conducted the negotiations. "  Certificate of Improvements.  notice!  Bristol Boy Mineral Claim, situate in Greenwood Mining- Division of Tale District.  Where located:   West Copper Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that T, James ttdward  Scboa, Free Miners' Csrtlficrte No. B9580,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtalnine; a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, un3er  Section 37, mast  be oommeaced  before  the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this 15th day of July, A. D. 1998  JAMES EDWARD SCHON.  Similkameen Land District.  District  ofYWe  TAKE NOTICE that T, Louisa I. Shaw, of  Gieeawood, B.C., bccupatlon Housekeeper,  intend to apply for permission to purchase the  following described land:���  Commencing* at a post planted at the North-  East corner of Lot No. 7888. thence: East 80  chains; thence north 40 chains, thence west 30  chains, theace south 30 chains; thence w��st 40  chains; thence north 20 chains, thence'west 20  chains, thence seath 40 chains to point of com  mencemettt, and conUiaiaa; 240 acres more or  less.  LOUISA I. SHAW.  Per H8NRT STBAUSS, Ar��Bt.  Dated July 13th, IMS.  MINERAL ACT.  James Cronin is developing the  properties in Babine range near  Ilazleton, which hie bonded a year  ago.  HENRYS  Trees,  BttlbS Seeds  plants for Fall  Cat_^!SSue Planting  M. J. HENR  3010 Westminster Road  Vancouver.  NURSERIES  ><x��a<  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  I  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  I  V  _9Bv_fl_v  PUBLIC NOTICE is -riven by the undersigned that they propose under tbe Tramway  Company Incorporation Act and amending acts  of the Province of British Columbia to forma  Company to be known as Greenwood-Phoenix  Tramway Company Limited, for the purpose  of constructia-f, equipping and operating; a single or double track tramway undsi ground commencing at a point in the City of Greenwood io  the District of Yale and Province of British  Columbia, and running- thence Easterly nnder  ground toward and to the City of Phoenix In  said District and Province.  Dated August **9tfa, 19CS.  RICHARD ARMSTRONG,  DUNCAN McINTOSH.  THOMAS A. WOODRUFr.  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICE.  '���Columbus" Mineral   Claim, situated In the  Greenwoed Mining- Division <-f Yale District.  Where located:   In Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICE That T. Isaac H. Hallett,  as agent for J. F. Cunningham, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B6761, W. T. Smith.  Free Miner's Certificate No. B9368. and E. J.  Roberts, Free Miner's CertlBcate No. B106S5,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, toapply  to the Mininjr Recorder 'or a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose oi obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim. -  And further take notice that action,  under  'section 37, must be commenced before the Issue-  anceof such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day ef May/A.'D. 1908.  I. H. HALLETT.  FROM  GREENWOOD  TO  VICTOR/A, B.C,  $21.85  Selling Dates Sept. 19th to  24th. Final return limit  Sepf 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  other points. Apply to L^ocal  Ticket Agents for berth  reservations, etc.  J.E Proctor, D.P.A,, Calory,  B.   ft.   RBDPATH    AGENT  GREENWOOD  LICENSE ACT, 1900.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. W. Nelson, of  Carmi, B.C., intend applying to the 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 Bouse, at Carmi, B. C-, situate' on Block 1, Lot B. �� '  Dated at Carmi, B.C., the 14th day of August,  I9o8.                                Signed, J. W. N ELSO N  v '   "      AlMdhglM-!_.lan-_Jta_*i-nrer-  I i-f Ue qaeetien, - WhU k the best  ��� > pnMtiptiM im mUtm aad pwify tbe  X  '' Meed T* priats fa a mat iasue the  I! foU#wi��gt  Itaid KxtraetD-DdctlieB one ounce;  Owywri Bal-tnno, eae ounce;  t      Oeapooad Sjmip8*mp*rillA, four  SAYS THIS IS BEST  SJaake well ud ��n in teaspoonful  daeea after each meal aad ot bedtime.  A -a-ell-know- pb-cieiaa states that  time are hanal���i T��j-et��ble ingre-  dieata, wMo-t ona b* c*t*uied from  any geod preaori-frtioa phamaoy.  TUa nsirtare -will ahha the blood  of all latpvitiea. In Jast a few days  tha sHb begins to clear e| oorea, boils  aaa pimp-M. It puts -icor and  n-nrg-r iat*�� run-down debilitated  ���ita and wofaon. JTer mahy years  Saraaparilla alone baa beea considered  a good bleed mediem��. But while  it Milt np and made new blood, the  imporitiee remained within and the  geed acoompliahad waa only temporary. Sawaparilla, howarer, when  uaad ia oomUnatio-i with Compound  Salatone aad Extract Dandelion,  wars* wonders. Thia combination  puta tha kidneye to work to filter  aad alft ont tha waste matter, uric  acid, and other imparities that eetue  diwsae. It mskes saw blBod and  reHevtM rheutnatisa: anfl lame back  and bladder troubles.  MINERAL ACT.  I      Certificate of Improvements  1 NOTICE.  Warwick Fraction Minerai  Claim, situate   In  tbe Greenwood Mining  Division   of Yale  District.   Where  located:   In   Protldence  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Hem merle and  Hugh   McKee Free  Miner's   Certificate!-   No.  B14408, and   B14726. Intend,    sixty days from  tbe    date   hereof, to    apply    to   the Miuing  Recorder  for a  Certificate  of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of  thoabOTe claim,  And further take notice .that action, under  sentlou 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Daind this 5th dav of August. A. D. 19ng.  THOMAS HEMMERLE & HUGH McKEE  Subscribe for The Times  Painting  House, f-ig-n and all exterior and  and interior painting and decorj  ating promptly done.  lUall Papering  Hnd Kafsomining  Send in yo**r spring-orders.  6ee*IV��!?enif>��on  Box 255. Graeawood.  Shop Government street.  Snynopsis of Gaoadian Nortb-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ,A NT even-numbered section of Dominion  'ci Lands In Manitoba. Saskatchewan and  Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may  be homesteaded br any person who is the sole  head of a family, or any male o-rer 18 years ot  age. to the extent of one-quarter section of 150  acres, more or less.  Application for entry must be made in person  by the applicant at a Dominion Land Afrencv  nr Sub-aifency for tbe district in which thc land  issi'uate. Entry by proxy may, howeT<>r, be  madeat any Agency on certain condtti< ns by  the father mother, son, 'daucrbter, brother or  sister of an Ictendlng- homesteader.  Dutiks���1. At least six months' residence  upon ajd cultivation of the land in each year  for thrve years.  2. A homesteader may, If lie so desires, per  form the required residence duties by liTin-. on  farmiuir land owned xolely by him, not jess  than eiR-hiy (80) acre9 in extent, in tbe vicinity  of bis hon estead. He may also do so by living-  with father or mother, on . certain conditions,  joint ownership in land will not meet this requirement.  3. A homesteader intendiuR to perforn. hia  residence duties iu accordance with the above  while liviiiff with parents or on farming land  owned by himself must notify the Agent for the  district of such intention.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of tbe Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorised publication of this advertisement will not be paid for.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District-   District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I James Bird Man-  ross, of Greenwood, K.C. occupation Free  Miner, intend to apply for permission to pur  cha��e the following- described land:  Commencing at a post planted about 300 feet  AVet.t ot the Nortb-East Corner of Lot 710  the::ce east 900 feet thence north 1,200 feet thence  east 1,500 theace north 600 feet thence west 1,900  feet theace south-west 500 feet to point of commencement.  JAMES BIRD MANROSS  Dried the 16th day of July. 1908.  ���-/YYm  ���;. Vi.vi?  .Y!\%'*-^:  Y1?B  -ysij  -Ym  x:($i.  i  Y-yYYim  -lip  ill!  ������ .-���������.'��� ��������� #*  YY':,y^a  YY&iM  '-'���������: �����.'���-?��  '������' ;;��� y;-Sl.,,  yyM  Y^'M  ���$m  Ym  ���������-������ #>*.  y:Ml  y4iik  '".$'$  'Y40:  :Y:jYY  ���:''. WI THE  BOUNDARY  CREEK. TIMES  The House for Men's  Furnishings of Every  Description*  ^/9*. ^Y9\  We carry the Clothes  that Fit���  THE    BROADWAY  BRAND     3T       X  At prices to suit everybody  JDW'uOll tiG 0 Co.,  Purely Personal  v^���,  Get the Genuine  Insist on  Pabst  Bottled   Beer  Doa't be fooled by Spurious Imitations.  Greenwood Ci-quor (Eo.  IMPORTERS   '      GFEENWOOD  ��&t��jy ^.YJ-y)'.  15pt Discount 15pi  During the month of OCTOBER.  FLOOR COVERINGS, ART SQUARES, RUGS,  LINOLEUM AND OIL CLOTH   TERMS OF SALE--CASH   A. L. WHITE  LFurniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16.  *>-V'>-\^ rfVrf^\^/'l^/rfvV/'-NVrf,-V'*V^-~VJ\<��'-,'~ '  TtiePalace Livery Stable  mis in  eL  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  f. e.  PROPRIETOR  a ^^fm^^^^^^m^^i ]  John H. East was in town Wed  aesday.  J. N. Paton is rusticating, at  Scotia ranch.  Herbert Bryant was in ' Grand  Forks Tuesday.  Wm. Peck and Tom Henderson  are in Spokatae.  G. A. Harris, of Vernon, was  ia town last Saturday.,  F- Bubar, of Rock Greek was  in town yesterday,  Sid Storer and family went to  Spokane oh Tuesday.  Supt. Coleman, of 6he C.P.R.,  was iu the citv Tuesday,  Alex Robinson, contractor. has  moved to Grand Forks.  Hugh Laing- went to Spokane  Monday to stay a while.  J. Milroy, of Myncaster, was a  visitor in tcwn this week.  Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McKee are  liking- in the Spokane fair.  M. D. and Mrs. Mcintosh were  at the Spokane fair this week.  Andrew Sater, of the Norden  hotel, was in Spokane this week.  James Clapperton, of Sunset  mine, left for Grand Foaks Tuesday.  Walter Morill, chef at the  Pacific took in the Spokaue  fair.  Miss Ward returned from Van-  cover ou the Wednesday's Nelson  train.  D. Whiteside. Barrister, Grand  Forks, was in'Greenwood Monday.  Editor T. A. Love, of the Phoenix Pioneer, attended the fair at  Spokane.  T. Graham, official tie-inspector  for the C.P.R. was in Greenwood  this week.  Mrs. R. E. Roosa and child, <��f  Boundary Falls, were shopping* in  town Wednesday.  Mrs. W. T. Hunter entertained  a number of the young people on  Monday evening.  O. 'T. Scott accompanied by  Miss Scott were down from Denoro on Sunday.  Mrs. G. A. Reudell and Master  Jack were registered at the Imperial this week.  J. T. Beattie, local Manager of  the Bank of Commerce has returned from his holidays.  Mrs. Dimrnick is gaining rapidly under the care of tbe Sisters  and is now able to sit up.  R. J. Bealey, of the Bealey Investment Co., Grand1 Forks, was  in town Monday on business.  A. N. Borton has returned from  Spokane and will leave for tke  Bell mine on tomorrow's stage.  D. F. Fisher, manager Vancouver branch of Paquet & Co., furriers, was in town on Wednesday.  Manager R. E. Roosa, of the  Dominion Copper Co has returned from a business trip to Vancouver.  S. E. Belt, Mettallurgist for  thc B.C. Copper Co., left for Spokane on Tuesday on very important business.  Dr. K C. McDonald, of Vernon  returning officer for Yale-Cariboo  was in Greenwood last week on  official business.  Mrs. Howard S'evenson arrived  iniGreeswood Wednesday and will  visit her mother,. Mrs. Jno. Hav-  erty for a week. Mr. Stephenson  is in Spokane.  Miss M. Lindquist,of Goteborg,  Sweden, arrived in Greenwood  last week and will make her home  with her sister who lives at the  Mother Lode.  Ola Lofstad,the genial proprietor ot the Hotel Ladysmith went  to Spokane to see the fair and renew old acquaintances  E. Foyle Smith left on Monday  for the main line. Reports are  sometimes premature but Greenwood ladies are anticipating Mr.  Smith's return.  In order to raise funds to pay  the dirreat expenses of the department, the firemen will give  a Ball at the Auditorium  on Monday, Oct. 13th. Support  the department by buying a ticket and having a real good time.  ^  &  TOWN 10<PICo  The city is grading and otherwise improving Gold street.  Capt. Gordon is building an addition to his house on ^Silver st.  H. McCutcheon has improved  his residence witk a coat of paint.  Born���Wednesday, Oct. 7th, to  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Swanlund, a  son.  ' Dr. Simmons will be in Phoenix  trom Saturday to the 15th on his  monthly professional visit.  The Greenwood Typographical  Union held their monthly meeting on Monday evening.  Val. Haines and cowboys  brought in a fine bunch of cattle  for P. Burns & Co. last week.   ��,  Organ for sale, good as new,  $45. Must be sold, want the floor  roofn.    A. L. White, phone 16.  The Boundary Falls orchestra  will furriish the music for the usual Friday night dance at the  Eagles' hall this evening.  The Liberal club rooms next to  the Bank of Montreal, Greenwood street, are open all the time  and you are always welcome.  Father Bedard treated the children of the Church of the Sacred  Heart>Sundav school to a drive to  Boundary Falls last Saturday.  George Horton and Herb Bryant left yesterday for the west  copper range to hunt big game.  They were well supplied* with  cartridges and hard tack.  The 9th Anniversary Service  of the Methodist Church will be  held (d.v.). October 25th and  26th, Look for Ad. later. Rev.  J. H. White, D.D., and J. D. P.  Knox are expected.  When in need ot Wall-paper  send for us. See our samples���  get our figures on the finished  job and save money. McRae Bros.  The Ladies' Guild of St. Jude's  church have changed their day of  meeting from Friday to Tuesday.  The next meeting will be held at  Mrs. Dr. Simmons' next Tuesday.  Pianos for sale, $100 to $275.  A.,L. White, the Furniture and  Stove Man.    Phone 16.  On Monday, Oct. 12th the  Greenwood Fire department will  give a Ball at the Auditorium.  The department deserve the support of every citizen and we hope  to see the ball well attended.  They have the best of music, a  good floor, and a good time is  assured.  !     ���  A C.P.R. bridge gang under  the direction of foreman Pember-  ton are 'repairing the railroad  bridge near the Elkhom mine.  i        ��� ' -     ���  H.A.   Brown, Grand Chancel-  lor of the! Knights   of   Pythias,  will pay an official   visit   to  the  local lodge next Wednesday-night.  Page ranjc will be conferred.  'i  Now lsjyour opportunity to secure Ladies' Hand Bags, Purses,  Men's Walletts at one-third off  the reffular price at Coles' Bookstore.  It takes aaoney to pay the little  expenses incurred by the Fire  department each year. The boys  have decided to. give a Ball on  October 12 in order to raise funds  to meet theso expenses. Tickets  will be $1-50, and a real good  time guaranteed. Supper will  be served by Howard Moore, at  the Windsor Hotel.  For sale or rent Pianos, Sewing  machines, etc., A. L. White,,  Phone 16. .  Wanted���A good girl for general house work. Apply Judge  Brown, Kimberley Avenue.  t  Closing out Sale. New and 2nd  Hand goods. Fixtures for sale.  H. J. Clint, Copper Street,  The Liberal Club  Rooms  Are Open  every Afternoon  and  Evening,  In the Rendell Block,  next to the Bank of Montreal, Greenwood Street  Kenneth Mackenzie arrived in  the city, yesterday from Fernie.  He.states that buildings are going  ���up very rapidly. Mr. Mackenzie  has charge of the big brewery  that is being erected, the biggest contract im Fernie.  Don,t forget to take in the firemen's ball, Oct. 12th, and show  your appreciation of tho excellent  way in which your city and your  interests are protected against  fire.  Wm. George arid Tom Edwards  came in Tuesday from Wellington camp where they have done  assessment work for the year on  their claims there, and have gone  up to. Wallace Creek to perform  their duties on the Silver Reef.  Bargains that are bargains in  Dolls and Wool Animals. ��� At  one-third the/ usual price they  are moving lively. Get in while  the assortment is good. McRae  Bros. n  The many friends of Mrs. Charles Thomet, of Midway, will be  pleased to learn that the life insurance policies of her la'mented  husband hfve been promptly paid  through the local agent, F. W  'McLaine.  One policy was for a $1000 in  Ocean Accident and Guarantee  Corporation, of London, Eng.  The claim papers were received at  the Toronto office of the company  on Sept. 28th and the cheque was  in ou Oct. 5th. The other policy  was for $1000 in the Mutual Life,  of Waterloo, Out., who received  the claim papers on September  21st ��nd forwarded the cheque  the following day.  Work wanted���By the day,  week or month,' Mrs. Puybasset,  Greenwood, near Midway Stage  Stables.  This*' Quality" about whicK we talkso muchin  The  {����., Campbell's Clothin  Clothing  CAMPBELLS   CLOTKINO  is our strongest argument why ypi* should buy  our clothing. "������''.'���.  These days any man can be fitted perfectly, in  ready-made clothing of the better kind..  But besides Style and Fit���the honest wearhry ' R  value���the point which makes a man. buy' the     ���  same brand again and again id specially featur-'  ed in Campbell's Cloth ng.   ,   '.  THe materials are as" good as we can buy, the '  finishings and workman-ship of the highest  quality. The^esult���the clothing���is sqld toyou  over our guarantee of money back if all details  of style, fit and wearing value are npt as we represent them, l .;,-  The Hunter-KendriCK Coyltd  Cbe  Is now under the" Management of Mrs, Creig  Meals are served at all hours of the day aad night  If you want a good meal, well cooked, carefully served  and promptly provided try the Pacific By attention  and promptness, eating is made pleasant,  -�����$. 4. .$. *$. 4. ���$. f|* ff. .$. 4* 4. ���$, 4,^ ,$�� 4. $> ��$��� 4�� 4- 4* 4* 4* 4* 4��  r Hum  Why pay good money for poor work  when you can get work done by trained Artists���not travelling picture men  who only look for big prices for poor  work. We guarantee to give first-  class work, and money refunded if  work is not satisfactory. Amateur's  films developed and printed. Two  cents will mail a-roll of films, and you  can get them back in two days. Give  us a trial.  The Nelson Studio,  Box 641. NELSON, B.C.  TENDERS FOR -CWDfOOD.  Tenders for fifty (*50) cords of dry  fir or tamarac wood will be received at  the City Hall up to Wednesday Oct.  14th, 5 p.m.  Thirty (30) full cords (not ricks) 16  inch to be delivered'at the School,  Twenty (20) cords two foot, to be deliv-  vered at the City Hall.  The wood to be piled to the satisfaction of the Council and Trustees.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  G. B. Taylor, City Cleric.  *  4*  4-  4*  4-  4-  4-  4-  4*  4-  4*  4-  4-  4-  4-  *  *  ** *t�� 4�� 4* 4* *f* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* ��!��� *f* ���I* 4* ^*^*'if*'-f--'^|*<>|u*-f*^f-> *^* *>(��� ��$"**  We have a few  cheap Lots for  Sale, close in,  O  Will Secure one  *  .4  *  4*  Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Lti ��  fv.  OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.  ���*>  I P. BURNS & CO.. Ltd. I  .. dealers; in ..  ��  *  *  ��  ��  *  a  <��  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  ����ae��-i��*a��M*.*ia����e����*��������(itac*aA��^wftO0-it����w����*i'v��*t-  Tresb and Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry.  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  tt.  tt.  ��� -  *  ���  �����"  r.  Get  Wise  AND  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE  To W. C Thomas and J. A. Devlin or to  whomsoever they have transferred tbeir Intercuts In tha Monte Carlo, Eugene, Oilman and  Number Seven mineral claims situated on the  West Fork of Kettle River, Greenwood MU-  Ing Divison of Yale Dist. B. C  You are hereby notified that we the undarsig-  ned baTe expended the sum of four hundred  dollars on tbe above claimB together with recording fees, such being- rtquired to bold tbe  said claims fur the year ending August 12tb,  1908, under the provision of the Mineral Act  and Amending- Acts ; and If ot the expiration  of ninety days from the date ofthe first publi  cation of this notice In the Boundary Creek  Tiites you fall or refuse to contribute yonr portion of suck expenditure, namely $500, together  with all costs of advertising, your interests in  the said mineral claims shall become vested in  ns (your co-owners)'upon filing in the proper  office in tbat behalf the affidavit required by  Section 4 of the Mineral Act Amendment Act  1900-  Dated this 8th dav of October, 1908.  C. H.FAIR.  T. J. BENNINGER.  ^  The Greenwood Dairy  Milk and Gream Supplied Daily  to any part of Greenwood.  Anaconda and Phoenix  Jenks Bros.  Greenwo od  _=^  DRINK PHOENIX BEER  THE "PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA."  Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood  | Phoenix Brewery. Co., tSSSSg^-gj  NELSON IRON WORKS  (Gfeenwood Branch)  IRON, BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  Geo. M. Hoi/f, Manager.  Moore's  Is in. the Windsor Hotel.  T-he business of providing  things good to eat is our  business. Meals are well  and promptly served. Everything completely" to  your ta'ste, Howard Moore, Proprietor,


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