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Array p  a��  Jlill  V^'^'V'^'" ���������������"'  B_|a��?ssS&  VOL. 13  i-V-'^KWBa  GREENWOOD,   B   C,,   FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1908..  No. 2  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  HEADQUARTERS FOR FURNITURE  Carpets, Linoleums;  CITY FATHERS  .We still hive a few of those good Refrigerators. They.will.be sold at'bargain prices. >  A new, lirie of Imported Carpet Squares just  * opened up.  Will be sold cheap. ..  y ;.   We carry a Big Range 6fCJhildretis'Go-carts and Carriers.. Dr6p ill and see the latest  Steel Collapsible���Folds-,in one motion. '  t My Gnlley & Co.  HOUSRFURNISHERS -  Phone 27  Reticle.. $ ��o.  -ANNOUNCE   THEIR-  Fall millinery  Opening   -���FOR --   '  Cuesday $ lUedtte$-dayf  September 22nd $ 23rd  We particularly  request-that you  visit our  showrooms during our opening days,'and see^  one of the largest and best selections of Ready-'  to-wear and Pattern .Hats.    The very  latest  shapes and Styles in all the newest .shades   ���  ��� -   ' -s -  / . ���- on display.  RENDELL&CO  Dry Goods. Millinery-  Pi  **>0-0<>OOiKta<K><X>OOObo000004��004^  wai it  wai it  Wear ?  Shrink?  *Tu*est'^~*��  trt|%_^***'*a>_<W__��*'  I*  The above are the  asked   every   day   regarding  Stanfield's Underwear.  Stanfield's underwear will not shrink! If you  can shrink it! We will present'you with new  garments.  Our suit of Stanfield 's underwear will out  wear any two suits pf 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  accept the "Just as good"  Stanfield's Lines  are as  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 "  Extra heavy brown,all-wool elastic knit 2.00 "  Fine ribbed grey*-all-wool 1.75        "  Fine ribbed grey,heavy all-wool 2.00 "  Fine ribbed grev,extra heavy all-wool 2.75 "  Fine ribbed fie��h, ^ silk & % wool 2-00     "  Wifl Extend Water Main  on   Gold  Street.  At the regular meeting of the  City Council on Monday evening,  Mayor Bunting in the chair, all  the members were present except  Aid. Mortimer. _  A communication from Crane  Co. re' curb boxes was received  and filed. .  A letter from F. ��� W. McLaine  in regard to the purchase of lots  in blocks 47, 48, 49, 54 and 55 for  recreation grounds; and contract  for telephone for Chief Dinsmore's  house was referred to a special  committee of Aid.; Gulley, Mortimer and Wilson to get cost of recreation grounds and report to a  later meeting. ^  The committees on streets, fire  and light, cemetery, and;, pound  reported progress.  On motion of Aid. Gulley and  Fleming tenders are called for  diggingiand filling trench, and  the clerk instructed to write for  prices on pipe and fittings for the  proposed extension of the waterworks on Gold Street south of  Greenwood street.       ..",.;__  Aid. Fleming will inspect all  pipes on hand and report to next  meeting, y  The finance committee reported  the following accounts correct:  E. W. Bishop...... Y..-.^Y -$112.47  Greenwood City Water-  -    worksrCo..-:...$i28 80 & $8,25  Steam Laundry..;.....:.....;...*.-.,.-...... 2.55  Bubar &'McKay..-..:__._......���YM. 28  F. C. Bucfiless^.������__-.������.: ........ 3.00  Russell-Ra-w-Laulfield Co 60.54  A. A. Frechette   1.00  N. Dewar...v....... ......:.:...........  2.2S  B.C.'Telephone Co .:! .;..:..:. 18^00  Fleming-Wilspii,  tliat By-lav?  132 be rec&asidered, ado]Vtfed>hd  fiia ally passed.  Gulley-Wilson. that council go  into cemmittee of the   whole   to  consider By-law 133.   Committee  rose and reported By-law 133 cor  rect as amended.  Gulley-Fleming,   that  By-law  133 Be read a third time..  Meyer-Wilson, th it the rules be  suspended   and   Aid.   Gulley be  given leave to introduce tempor  ;jary loan,   By-law   134.   All   of  ���which was carried..  By-law 134 was read a first  and second'time reported complete  by the committee and read a  third time.  The Mayor was authorized to  sign &nd seal, and get the necessary signatures to the contract  for the Providence Creek reservoir  BOWSER BACKS OUT  P  ll  LU1  xu  1  J  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood  00<>00<>0000004X>00<>obo<X>00<>0<><>0<>000<H30  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, witb all the News of the Boundary for  .-....' a whole year.  The Oriental Agent Will Not Come to  Yale-Cariboo  The Victoria Times says ��f  Attorney-General Bowser, the  man who said he would follow  Duncan Ross, M.P., and oppose  him in every camp and settlement  in Yale.Cariboo. .   **  "None will be surprised to hear  that Hr. Bowser is already funking  and fearing to face the Gotoh  Japauese charges, that, he 'is  about to take, unto himself the  wings of the morning and fly to  the uttermost parts of the Dominion to avoid meeting Mr. Duncan  Ross on the platform and dispute  the validity of his own signature.  If ever a public man's reputation  trembled in the balance it is Mr.v  Bowser's. If ever a public man  owed a duty to his constituency  or the province at large by at  least trying to refute the damaging accusation of having allowed  a bill to be so altered as to make  lawful what the province demanded.should be made unlawful, and  of having drawn a contract with  a Japanese labor man for the lm-  p >rtatiou of coolies, while on the  platform he denounced their importation, that man is William  Bowser. And yet he runs away  on the pretence that Mr. Borden  wants his help." <,  MINING INSTITUTE  Inspect the Great Mines and  Smelters of the Boundary  Speak Words of Assurance for Greenwood-  FROM VICTORIA AND  THE OKANAGAN  The party of members of the  Canadian Mining Institute and  guests which left Quebec on the  24th of August to visit the leading mining camps, of Canada arrived in Greenwood yesterday by  special train and left Ahis morning for Phoenix,        '-���.  The personnel of this distinguished party is composed of  about forty of the most prominent  and expert mining engineers from  the East, Great Britain, and Europe, and has been augmented all  the way frdm Cobalt and the Crow  and Kootenay, by mine managers  and engineers who are members  of the Institute.  Besides the Canadian members  and W- R. Brock, Director of the  Dominion Geological Survey,  there are 2L British and four  German engineers and the list includes such names as W. G. Miller,.Pres. of the institute; Dr  Potonie, of the Prussian Geological Survey, W. Frecheyille, of  London, Eng.,. Walter Johnson,  Northallerton, Engvi Hugh F.  Marriott, London, -James Barrow-  man, Hamilton,-Scotland, Sec. of,j  the Mining Institttte of Scotland,  A. Goebel, Counsellor of Mines,  Germany, Roger-Bejt^i Swansea,  Wales, \ John Ashj|orth, Pres.  Geological Sooietyjf-Manchester,'  Eag., Jonn GerrardyjQhief'Iuspec-  tor of Mines,; Manchester, "Eag:..  and Dr. Heinrich Ries, Prof ��� .���_&(&  ��nomic Geology, Cornell Univer-  3i,fcy- ''Yy'  Space forbids ;the| enunciation  ;bl the degrees aiid <jualifixations  of.these world-known {geologists  and metallurgists, but we "feel  that it is pertinent to siy a wb rd  in regard, to the impression they  give as a whole.  r We were never more greatly  impressed with the personnel of  any body of men than with the  members-of the Canadian Mining  Institute and their distinguished  guests. For stalwart forms and  intellectual brows, for frank and  amiable ways and manners we  commend you to those mining engineers.  Greenwood is proud to have entertained her guests in so fitting  a manner, and to hear with so  certain a sound the assurances  from, these men who know that  the Boundary can produce the  goods and that Greenwood will  yet become the greatest mining  centre of the whole Dominion.  Their confirmation of the gigantic proportions of the Mother  Lode mine, and the encomiums  to the management were pleasant  to hear, but of greatest moment j  were the assurances of such able  men as John Ashworth, of England, that capital Jwould surely  come to develop the incomparable resources of the Boundary,as  yet but scarcely prospected even  with the great mines already in  operation.  It was admitted by the visiting  engineers that of the $2,515,000  outstanding of the B.C. Copper  Co's shares, that they saw, in  surface plant alone, more tban  enough to represent the cost.  It is especially fortunate that  such men as W. R. Brock and Dr.  Miller were with the party. They  are familiar with the locality and  its vast deposits of metals, and  with what has been.done. to de-  develop and put these mines in  producing shape, and are capable  of showing how the Boundary  mines are in a position of preparation, of two years iu advance, to  demonstrate that they will easily  equal the very greatest producing  properties that are known. Conjecture and prophecy no longer  have a place in Boundary mining  affair?, and the eulogies of the  distinguished men to the sagacity  of the venerable founder of our  city, Rofiert Wood, and oi the  long and able work of Frederic  Keffer,. thc men who first recognized the boundless   possibilities  Boundary Fruit and Farm Lands are in  Favor With Men W ho Know.  The Kettle Valley Irrigated  Fruit Lands Co., of.Midway,have  during the past week disposed of  two plots of ten acres, each to  John Black adder, of Victoria, and  Thos. Scuddamore of Ontario,but  more recently of Vernon.  With a fifty-acre deal pending  with another Okanagan man this  company has already disposed of  about 300 acres this year at prices,  varying from $100 to $1.75 per  acre, the choicest selling for $200,.  The have about 2,700 acres that  will be irrigated extending six  miles to twelve miles above Midway on the Kettle river and have  a five-mile ditch irom Rock Creek  in operation.  This puts about 1,000 acres under irrigation and by next year  they will have all their ditches  and flumes constructed. A force  of men will be employed all winter in clearing land, and 100 acres  have already been planted out in  fruit on the   company's property.  The elevation of the Kettle  Valley 13 about 1,900 feet above  sea-level, and to show the capabilities of this locality as a .fruitgrowing section an exhibit made  up from the local ranches will be  made at the Nelson Fair, comprising apples, pears, plums, prunes,  apricots and vegetables.  The soil for the most part is a  sandy loam, and on the benches  will grow fine fruit without irrigation, though-on the driest parts  it is woderful what a Iii tie water  will do. In the fruit-growing  season the average rainfall is  about 15 inches.  One notable feature" of the  Bounjiary * Hi Srricris' the airi_o s t  entire absence of winds. In winter the heavyiest snow-fail is 18  or 20 inches - and the snow lies  like a blanket. The winter is  steady from Dec. 1st to the end of  February and the weather is beautiful and clear. In summer it is  never too hot and the; evenings  are always cool.  Among the products of this locality this year will be abeut 500  tons of potatoes of a very superior quality and equal in every respect to auy spuds that are grown  From the number of enquiries  received by Mr. D. R. Tait, Manager of the . Kettle Valley Irrigated Lands Co., it is expected  that the Boundary country will  soon receive a large influx ot settlers from the prairies, and with  the building of the Midway and  Vernon line, which it is said is  soon to go ahead, the Kettle Valley couitry will, at au early  day become one of the most prominent fruit f-and vegetable producing sections of B.C.  BIC DEAL CLOSED  For Boundary Mines  Yesterday  Option Taken on Group in Wellington  Camp  ON THE WEST FORK  MOTHER LODE MINE  In Greenwood yesterday' the  biggest deal that has taken place  in the Boundary fer some time  was signed between the B.C. Copper Co. and theownersef a group  of claims in Welliagton camp,  six miles from Greenwood.  The properties' under option  are the Molly Pritchard and At-  helstan fraction owned by Forbes  M. Ker by, of Grand Forks, and  John Buckley, of Phoenix; the  Jack Pot, owned by Jas. M.  Doyle, oftheG.N.R.,_Al. Sanderson and L. Moriarity, of Grand  Forks, and the Buttercup and  Bay Horse owned by J. J. Farrell  Phoenix. These claims all adjoin each other.  The ore is an arsenical iron carrying copper, with values chiefly  is gold.  It is not a flux, though not a detriment. It will be a straight  metalliferous mining proposition  and will be worked primarily for  the values it contains in gold.  This deal was almost completed last falf but owing to thc mon*  ey stringency the negotiations  were temporarily suspended.  Investigations of the properties  were recentlvresumed by Manager  McAllister and Mr. Frederick  Keffer, consulting engineer "for  the B.C. Copper Co., and it is especially gratifying t�� see such" a  powerful and successful company,  which stands in the front rank  of the Boundary producers, taking hold of other properties in  the district.  In all the holdings this great  Company has acquired their works  of development have been successful, and it is next to a' certainty  that their new properties will  prove to be mines.  The ore will be carried by tram  line and the Great. Northern to  Denoro and from tbat point oyer  the C.P.R. to the Company's  smelter at Greenwood. Active  work will begin on Monday, and  great satisfaction is expressed in  Greenwood at th��- brightening  outlook of mining affairs.  The present action of the man*  A new strike of 4 inches ot high  grade grey copper and ruby silver  was made last week in the Sally  .  mine.  Messrs. Keith and Ketchum report business improving in their  general store business.  In the location of the new railway line the surveyors have succeeded in redusing the elevation  100 feet.  J. D. Sword and partners aro  busy with improvements and development work on the Boll claim  Billy Morton.has found a nice  body of ore en his claim at Carmi  and went out to Midway on Monday.  Henderson and Cummings are  working their claim on Wallace  Mountain.  W. E. McBoyle, well-known on  the West Fork, is at Goldfields,  Nevada.  Fayette Harris, one of the owners of the Highland Chief, is at  the Nickle Plate mine at Hedley.  Tom Currie, veteran prospector  and miner is now chef at the Sally mine and no complaints have  as yet been registered.  Geo. Barrett will commence  development work en his group  of claims known as the Revenge.  Father Ferrous had the misfortune to lese-his beautiful grey  horse last week.  Alex. Bloomfield, proprietor of  the Westbridge hotel has gone  on a trip to the prairies.  John Burns for two years on  the staff of the Sally mine leaves  next week on a visit to the old  country.  agemfent of the B.C. Copper Co.  is a demonstration of the faith  which their profound knowledge  of the mineral deposits of the  Boundary has given them, and.  will give an impetus to the mining industry that could be produced in no better way.  Others will act on the initiative  of such competent authority, and  in fact there are other negotiations already under way.    .  The  addresses of mining men  from Spokane,    New York   and  Chicago are a mat ter of daily occurrence on  the registers of city  hotels, and just another , deal or  two, and the   commancemint   of  the big tunnel   from Greenwood  tothe   bottom   of. the   Phoenix,  mines, and the  whole   Boundary  country will flourish as the banner mining camp of British North  America.  Tuesday evening at the Mother  Lode boaidiug hall occurred the  benefit dancing party for R. Fot-  hergill given by thc ladies of  Mother Lode mine. McIIenry's  Orchestra furnished the music,  the entertainment was a success  in every respect. About 200 people were in attendance and $230  was cleared. Coffee, cake, and  ice cream were served by the ladies. The party was a very enjoyable social event, and the ladies  feel very grateful to all the  friends who so kindly contributed  to its success. Mr. Fothergill expects to leave soon for his home  in England.  Born���Tuesday, September 15,  to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ennis, a  girl.  Miss Mabel Hidderman, of  Phoenix, is spending a few days  with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lyons  Born���Friday, Sept. 11, to Mr.  and Mrs. CbarleB McLaine, a son,  Robert Bruce.    _   September *8.'03  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  .904, SiaW^SS^ m-:ue-.ro,���o,.��,.. ,���, 1Wi  Min**. WOO       1901  r, ran by  Min��8  64,533   231,762  297  of the Boundary, leave qo room  for the slightest doubt that  Greenwood camp is ab<>ut to enter upon an era of prosperity such)  as it has1 never seen before,  HnowRhoc .  B.C. Copper Co....  Mothei Lode.....    ;,340  B. C. Mine    W.494  Emma   Oro Denoro   Honnlc Belle.   Dnm. Copper Co  Brooklyn-Stem.   _   Idaho       Rawhide       Sunset    -   Mountaiu Roue.      Atht��ntan     1,200  Morrison���    _ ....  R. Bell    Senator   I Brey Tog\e   Ko. 37   Reliance   Sulphur King-    -   Winnipeg    1,076  Golden Crown    2,250  King Solomon   _   Big Copper.   No. 7 Mine..   City of Paris   Jewel       ltO  Riverside,    ���   Carmi   Sally   Rambler    ���   Botcher Boy   Duncan.    ���   Providence.    ���   Elkhoru   Strathmore.    _   Goldea ��agit!    ���   Preston   _   Prince Henry   Skylark   Last Chance   E. P. U. Mine   Bay      Mavis.       Don Pedro          'Csescent....   Helen.   Rnby..       Republic..    ..-.   ..  MiscelllaneouR.....   3.2.0  1902        1903        W04        190S  309.858   391,718   549,703   653389  1,741     20,800     71.212  99,034  47.405  650  802  550  141,326  14,811  8,530  138.679  19,365  22,937  15.537  174,298    147.576  37.960  16,400  9.485  3,007  1906 1907  801,4,04 613,537  8.426 1350C1  105.90C 208,231  1,488 1,712  Patit  190��   Week  811,912   19.102  3907    2,4-jo  149,303 10.421  11.804  3.177  18,274  14,481  44.791      1,781  1,'40  "875  665  2,000  350  80  3,456  32,350  3,070  3,250  1,759  4.586  55,731  25,108  3.05b  4,747  140,6iW  2,960  26,032  48.390  3,5*.*.  43,295  12,2$3  6��,173  31.ro  31,258  7,45$  15.731  5,646  3,339  560  363  2,435  150     649  3,450  222  364  33  1,833  33  150  30  145  785  625  586  482  2,060  ���   30  106  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  890  90  79  66  770  ISO  20  219  993  400  726  325  40  700  20  55  60  "535  689  255  73  20  40  90  80  20  500  20  15  539  52  50  300  224  167  30  45  60  750  325  500  4,870  11.971  3,450  398      9  120   53  Total, tonR.    '>'..<' *>   390,800   50*,876   690.419   829,808   933,5481,161,5371.148,237  Smelter  treatment -  Granby Co      (2.3��7   230^28   212.340   401,921   .= 96,252   6��7.*iiS   828.S79   637.626  B.C. Copper Co         117,611    148,600   162,913   21),484   210330     123,840   341,952  Don. C0.1. ��:<>���..         132470      30,930     84,059   218,811   153,439  659.761  198,1*8  22^42  12,676  j Total reduced     6.',389   348,439   460,940   697,404   837,666   9823771,172,4031,233,017 THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK TIMES  /.ZSOOSESS  ��-  m^immwimmm^  Cf*  Cr*  cf*  Cf*  cf*  (f*  CF*  CF*\  ..Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. President:   Lokd Strathcona and Mount Royal, G. C M. G.  President:   Sir George A. Dkummond, K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :    E. S. Clouston,  Branches in London, Eng. {ctu_*"_Pr<&SU New YorE, Chicago.  Buy aud sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any part;of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  ^mmwmwwMWMMmmmmm  Cf*  CF*  Cf*  Cr*  CF*'  Cf*  Cf*  (f*  Cf*  (F*  who might have gone to disparage the interest1*, of our province  before the conference of Premiers  who dealt with the question of  better terms.  IDEAL FRUIT COUNTRY  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Somotok,  Notary Ptblic  Cable Address:       ���' Hai.lktt."  lllcd ford M'Ncill's  Cooks \ Moreintr A Neal's  Greenwood. B. O'  iber's  -a;**  I'*  BOUNDARV  VALLEY   LODGE  -���'ir^ii^- No. 38.J. O. O. F.  Meets every   Tuesday  Ev��nlni* at 8 00 In the  ]. 0. O. F. Hall.    A cordial lnvi tattoo's ex  tended to all sojournin-f brethern.  S. STOKER D. A. MACDONALD  N. G. V. G.  A. JAYNES, Rec. Sec.  Cbc  Boundary Creek Times  Issued ���vcry Trlday  BY THB  Boundaiy Creek Printing and Publishing  Co., Limited.  J.M. MILLAK - -       -       Manager  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pbr Ybak          2 00  Six Months  1 25  To Foreign Countries 2 50  FRIDAY.   SEPTEMBER 18; 1908  ONCE MORE IN THE BREACH  Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the grand  old man of whose life so many  jears have been spent in the service of the Dominion has once  again appealed to the people for  a continuation of control that he  niSij be permitted to finish the  great works of development which  his government have under way.  Under his administration our  couhtry has advanced from the  dark days of doubt, dissension  and political intrigue, to a position that commands the attention  and respect of all ihe nations of  the earth, aud our distinguished  Premier has been honoured and  acclaimed amongst the foremost  statesmen of the empire.  His voice carries uo sound of  the man who seeks for power for  power's sake alone.  He is conscious of the changes  -which bave been wrought in the  sentiments of the people, aad he  recognizes the ' fact that under  his beneficent rule the country  has enjoyed a period of wonderful  progress and prosperity.  The squalls of political treachery and distrust have been stilled,  the storms of racial strife have  died away, and the ship of state  rides cheerily on the growing  commercial wave with the master  at the heiin.  May the people grani the prayer  of onr venerable Premier that he  be allowed to finish the work laid  out for him to perform.  The British Government awakened to the fact that the owners  of foreign'patents held in Great  Britain, while manufacturing  their goods in other countries and  selling to the British consumer to  the displacement of the products  of the British workman, were allowed by the former law to choose  their own locations for their industrial establishments.  Already large preparations have  been made to meet the new requirement.  It is estimated that $100,000.-  000 will immediately be spent in'  the   building of new manufacturing plants in   the   United Kingdom.  Many American concerns will  lessen their output and produce in  England the merchandise sold in  that couutry.  It has been said that the Manchester canal will be lined with  American factories.  The Germans too will be greatly  affected and have taken a most,  serious attitude on the question.  An alliance has been suggested  which would segregate the British in the field of commerce, and  bitter comments aremade against  what is considered the most important trade move that the British government has made for a  long time.  The import of finished goods  will be checked, while the use of  raw materials will be increased,  and 'this will undoubtedly furnish  employment for the many workmen who are idle at the present  time.  What international complications may result from the enforcement of the new patent law remain of course to be seen.  "We have time enbugh to work  up the electidn in good shape,and  we have the best of them in the  matter of the voter's lists; for we  have to go to the country on the  revision of May last."  So said the Tory candidate at  Victoria. What a barefaced, claim  that the Provincial Government  have deliberately made the voter's  lists to suit themselves.  We shall contend at all times  for provineial rights, but - when  unfair and dishonest advantage  is taken of the magnanimous pel-  icy of the Federal Government,  we believe such power should be  taken away from those who disabuse their authority.  There was a conference the other day in the office of Premier  McBride.  Mr. Shepherd, the conservative  nominee for Nanaimo, and comrade Hawthornthwaite were there  to do the conferring.  This Tory-Socialist aggregation knows that the only hope to  defeat Ralph.Smith, M.P., lies in  the joining ot their forces as they  did in other days.  The aspiring comrade has a  solid bunch of retainers that he  might be able to deliver to aid the  truly faithful followers of whatever claims to be Conservative;  And if.be should, reciprocation  might be given when the Comrade runs again.. ���, ..-������'  But it matters little to the stalwart member for Nanaimo what  deal these comrades make. ,Tke  people will return, him with his  last plurality of 400 votes, and  break the back of the disgraceful  alliance which still struggles to  defeat the will of the people  Namaimo riding."- ���  '�����.  of  STRONGER THAN TARIFF LEGISLATION  The new British Patent Law  which now goes iuto full effect in  Great Britain will work an industrial revolution in the manufacturing world of the British Isles.  The purport of the law is that  hereafter patents granted there  must be utilized there.  This meansthat those who hold  patent rights in the mother-land  roust establish plants and manufacture their goods there *���* to au  adequate extent,"  BOWSER.  Attorney-General Bowser of the  Conservative Provincial Government announced at Vancouver  that, at tbe request of Premier  McBride, he would leave for the  east this week to stump for tbe  Tory party in the Federal campaign.  What else could the former  Gotoh counsel do ?  The people of B. C. are quite  familiar with the granting by  the McBride-Bowser government  to Japanese companies of concessions of mineral and timber lands  of enormous value.  On the Queen Charlotte Islands  the Japs are in oa the ground  floor and have franchises to own  and operate their mines and  mills, to construct, own, -and op-  eaate steamboats and railroads  and almost any thingelse that the  Japanese people might desire to  furnish employment to their fellow-countrymen and enrich  themselves at the expense of  the natural resources of British  Columbia,  Tbe people ot British Columbia  know the story of the Gotoh contract to supply 50,000 Japanese  laborers to the C.P.R. and the  Wellington Collieries ; and the  part played by Attorney-General  Bowser as solicitor for Sauri  Gotoh, of Japan. .   "  Perhaps while lulminating before the people of the eastern provinces the exiled Bowser may be  able to convince the Conservative  premiers of Ontario and Manitoba that Richard McBride was  not quite the most unsuitable man  Hon. Qeo. YE. Foster, who is  campaigning on P.E.I.-, has declared himself heartily in favor  of a tunnel from "The IslanA"  to the mainland.  Of course this can have no connection with what is   known  pre-election promises.  There are few pp.ople iu British  Columbia  who do not look forward to a.time when   they   may  grow fruit.    It may be  only  for  their own use or may be a  commercial venture,   but  conditions  are such in this province   to give  nearly everyone au itching to try  his hand.    It is safe   to say that  everyone with a piece of property,  small or large, is anxious to fall  in   iiney'  Nature   has   endowed  tkis-proiince so, lavishlv that the  attraction is  irresistible^   while  from a pecuniary   standpoint the  opportunity is not to be overlooked.   "Thousands are   already engaged in fruit growing ; many devote all their time   to - it,   while  there, are   few   landowners who  cannot take vou around their property   and   show   you how fruit  raising is not only attractive but  a paying venture. Then there are  thousands, too, who are only waiting for their chance-lo swell these  numbers.  British. Columbia is indeed fortunate in being so richly endowed.  A country capable of producing  fruit such as this province, can  boast o f no more attractive feature. No better fruit is 'grown in  the world than is grown in British Columbia. Highest honors  have been taken whenever the  fruit of this province has been  shown, and until such time as a  pl-ice can be found which will produce superior fruit, British Columbia will continue to head the  list. .���-:'  No wonder everyone has a hankering to go into fruit growing. It-  may be that only one small tree,  is the extent ot the experiment,  but it'is usually watched as if it  were a yrhole orchard. Many settlers have been brought to British Columbia just because of its  wonderful opportunities in .fruit  growing, and those who make it  only a secondary consideration  lose no time in taking advantage  of the possibilities so abundant  here.���Saturday Sunset.   . ���  Cures Woman's  We refer to that boo11 to weak, nervous,  Buffering women known as Dr. Pierce's  Favorite Prescription.  Dr. John Fyfe one of the Editorial Staff  of The Eclectic Medical Review says  of Unicorn root (HcUmias DUtica) which  Is one of the chief ingredients of the "Favorite Prescription ":  ' "A remedy which invariably acts as auter-  Inelnvigorator * *, * mab*Js for normal, activity of the entire reproductive-������system."  Ho continues "In Helonlas we have a medicament which more fully .answers the above  purposes than any other drua wiih whiiti I **m  acquainted. In the tieatment of dlseases^pe-  cuiiar to women it is seldom that a caws is  seen which does not present somo Indication  for this remedial agent.'.'  Dr. Fyfo' further  says:   "The following aro among tho leading  Indications for Helonlas (Unicorn root). ^Fnln  or aching in the back. wUh'jleucorrhcea :���  atonic (weak) cohditlolVof the reproductive  organs ot liomcn, mem a*, depression and lr-  . rltablllty. jpsoclated wlttf chronic diseases of  the reproductive organs of women-,constant  sensation <fl heat fn the rearlon of the klU-  : neys; mei/rrhagld (flooding), due to a weak-,  ened condition of/the reproductive system:  amenonrareylsur/rcfised or absent monthly  ' period/i/��iW6inS:"*Trom -or accompanying an  'abnon&dt condition of the digestive organs  *nd/ijJaemlc (thin blood) habit; draggins  ���ensfjfloris In the extreme lower part of the  ttbdoraoiu'' .-. -   .  If more or less of the above symptoms  ag^lfe'BBht.-rio Tnvaiiq woman'' etfoi- ''o'  ano iir   **���'---"'*��� ������v..".��i.��  Copper  HANDBOOK.  AT THE CHURCHES  Presbytbrian���Services will be con  ducted morning- and evening,   11  a.m.  ���-.nd 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pas-'  tor.  entSOI WHICH IS UII1WUUW��, vi uviwuao.  and tho medical properties 'of which it  mostfaltlifullyroprcsents. ��� ��� * ���  Of Golden Seal root, another prominent  ingredient of "Favorite Prescription,''  Prof. Finlcy Ellingwood, M. D., oi Bennett Medical College, Chicago, say3:  "It Is an Important remedy Tn disorders of  tho womb. In all catarrhal conditions * *..  and genoral enftiobleitient, li ls useful."  Prof. John M. Scud der, M D., late of  Cincinnati, says of Golden Seai root:  "In. relation-to Its general effects on tho  system, tliere is no medtdne In use about which  there is such general unanimity of opinion. It  ls universally regarded as the tonic useful In  all dobUltated states."  -Prof. It. Bartholow, M. D., of Jefferson  Medical College, says of Golden Seal:  "Valuable ln uterine hemorrhage, menor-  rhaffia (flooding) and congestive dysmenor-  xhoea (painful menstruation)."  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription f aith-  lully represents all the above named ingredients and cures the diseases for which  .they are recommended. -  (New Edition  issued March, 1908��)  Size :   Octavo.   Pages :  1228.-  Chapters : 25.  Scope; The Copper Industry   of  the|  World.  Covering- ; Copper History, Geolog-y, i  Geography,  Chemistry,   Mineralogy, [Services   every Sunday, moraine and.;  Methodist���Rev. F, J. Euiherfcrd  B.A., will conduct set Vises as usual at  Methodist Church trJorning and evefimg  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  'Alloys,-Uses, Substitutes,Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines in J>etail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  -ertfc. '"'.' ������-���������' ��� ��  The Copper Handbook is concededly  i'the';:''   -'"Yy. -.:-  Sunday School at 3.  as  It is expected that McKenzie  King, Deputy Minis' er of Labor,  will run as a candidate for the  Federal house in East Hamilton  supported by the Independent  labor party and the Liberals !  and that in recognition of the  splendid work he has done for  the workingmen he will be taken  info the Cabinet as the Minister  of Labor.?  At Victoria Martin Burrill indulged himself in the joke that  the Minister of InlaHd Revenue,  Mr. Templeman, would be defeated by the Conservative sacrifice-  nominee in that city, and in return was rewarded by his sometime employer, Premier McBride,  with the felicitous information  that he thought there was hope  for Mr. Burrill in Yale-Cariboo.  These little inter-changes may  carry some little consolation even  though thev are not intended to  be regarded as prophetic.  ooooooooooooooooooo<M��eo->o-9>  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  " Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows; Doors,  Shingles, Bricks,  Cem'ent,    etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.! _  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  PHONE $5.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOiVOO-0000000000  G. H. Cowan, the representative of the Tupper faction of the  Conservative party has secured  the nomination in Vancouver.  Black  Watch  Remark-  able   ior  richness  and  pleasing  flavor.   The big black  plug chewing tpbacco.  2267  Everybody  Agrees  that COD LIVER OIL and IRON are  beyond question the greatest medicines known. Then why does not  everybody take Cod' Liver Oil and  Iron ? Simply because most people  cannot take the Oil and few can digest  the Iron, in any ordinary form. These  difficulties have been entirely removed  by the introduction of FERROL, in  which the Iron is scientifically combined with the Oil, rendering the Oil  palatable" and the Iron digestible.  While  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole of the Oil)  and is richer in oil than any other]  emulsion, and while it contains just the  right quantity of the best form of Iron  and Phosphorus, it is so scientifically  prepared that not one person in a thousand finds any trouble in taking it,  and infants digest it without difficulty.  Moreover the well-established value of  the Oil and Iron is immensely  enhanced, by the process of manufacture, and as the formula is freely exposed it is not to be ��� wondered at that  physicians everywhere have fully  endorsed FERROL and used it largely  in their practice.. FERROL is invaluable for the treatment pf any kind of  Lung or Bronchial troubles, while for  wasting diseases it has no equal, and  "You Know What  You Take"  Grikg& Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric*lighted;  the rooms are large)and cosy.  ^  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  *?��� -f**$��� ��i* *f* *& "f* *f* ���!���  The Miner needs the book for the  facts'it gives bim regard!" Geology,  Mining, Copper Deposit Copper  Mines,  The Metallurgist needs thc book for  the facts, it gives him regarding copper milling, leaching, smelti g, agd  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 i ves statistics .and gen  eral information on one hand, With  thousands of detailed mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper  ; mines of the entire world, and the 40  pages of condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more than the price  of the book to each arid every owner of  copper mining shares.  Price : $5.00: in Buckram with gilt  top, or $7.50 in full library morocco.  Terms : The most liberal. Send no  money, but order the book sent you,  -all carriage chaiges prepaid, on. one  week's:approval, to be returned tf unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suit's Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself, of its value to you ?  WRITE} NOW to the editor and publisher, -  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHELibd- NBUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  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This office is replete faith everything neces-  essary in a printing office to ensure your  Itoork being done with neatness and despatch  ���4*  *  *  *  E/lectric current   supplied , for  Power, Lighting, Heating >nd  Ventilating. Pwer -furnished  for Hoisting and air-compress  sing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates, We Can Save Yon Money  I:  J55��|a*:*'^iS<*5--3^^  *e*&^.-'*W'!*?!��*'. 'lj!?-.:'^vV-^*'--  S5S��f^^lS>PIPl  BY  17-.W0--'':.:--  ,,.":n.'-,  i��  /*��?:'  "'��fe:  mM%%$  'Y:*-:YmmMM*  sfeSaSP  j^^i^^^-w'^is  mm  ^i-y;��;^W;"'  f;|^*r  ?f*fp  ^i,v^-  "jfJ^i;-.  WW&&  *mm  mm  ]imm  $*'��  %^Mf*^^^S^^^^^-M^Wi  ill  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK   ttJVIES  ..eminently satisfactory.    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TEST ZAM-BUK AT OUR EXPENSE!  ' We appreciate the position taken liy the man or woman whi  says:��� If your preparation i* what yon claim, you should  have no objection to letting us try it before spemlingour money  on.it. ^ To every person taking this view we say, semi one cent  stami, o pay return postage) and name and date oi this paper  rv "i, ~' r��ronto�� and we will mailyoiui free trial box  of Zam-Buk. Zam-Buk is purely herbal, suitable for the delicate  skin of little ch.ldren, yet powerful enough to heal chronic sores  oflong years' standing. All druggists and stores, 50c. per box  J for $1 25.    - . .  For a light lunch, afternoon-  teas, picnics and camp, there  is nothing that  will equal a  PROVINCIAL ITEMS  :    The first.Revelstoke Fall Fair  was unqualified success.  *    The Nelson   Assizes   will open  ;the first week in October.  The new Montebello  hotel   at  'Salmon Arm has heen opened for  business.  -The "Vfandsor hotel at Grand  Forks has been remodeled and re-  christened the Yale.  Bishop Dontenwill, of New  Westminster, -will* succeed Dr.  Orth as Archbishop of Victoria.  Smith Curtis has written a letter to the Nelson News asking for  a fair report of his speeches.  ��  .- F. C. Wade, K.C., has called  for the resignation of Police-  Magistrate Williatns, cf Vancou  ver," for sentencing a milk-boy to  six* months in-the county-gaol because he misapropriated $1.85 of  his employer's money.  Lieutenant-Governor Bulyea is  visiting in the Okanag*an.  The annual convention ofthe Alberta and B.C. Press Association  will be held ,in Nelson on Sept.  24 and 25, . *���  Mr. C. B: Foster, district passenger agent of the C.P.R. at  Toronto, wibl succeed Mr. E. J.  Coyle as-assistant general passenger agent in Vancouver.  The Victoria Horse Show will  be held in conjunction with the  Provincial Exhibition on Sept.  22nd to 26th inclusive.   .  Fire destroyed the Trout Lake  and Big Bend Telegraph Co's,  office in Revelstoke. Miss Bren-  ton, operator, was almost suffocated, and is a patient in the hospital.  <  T-lh�� -B��Mimdlaiiry5  ��**'  Creek times  F. A. Schubert, a pioneer of  the Okanagan is dead at the age  of 82 years.  The G.T.P. railway has purchased 400 feet of water front at  Victoria for $150,000.  A million and a quarter dollars  was the value of a cargo of silk,!  which the C.P.R. liner Empres?  of China landed in Vancouver the  other day.  Charles Dynes, grocer, of Sap-  perton, B.C.", was killed by falling  under a street car. He leaves a  wife and five children,the youngest a baby, of two weeks  R. M. Palmer,Commissionef of  Horticulture has been 'appointed  Deputy Minister of Agriculture  to succeed J. R. Anderson, who  has resigned on account of ill-  health.  -At Prince Rupert an,epidemic  has made its appearance. Many  people have been attacked with  what seems to be a mild form of  typhoid fever, and several cofcs  in' the hospital have been filled as  a result,  If you mantyour friends in the  east or in the States to know the  kind of a country you live in, send  them   The  Times.   It is better  than a letter aad it will go every J  week.  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining District.  1" The ^Times has the  most complete Stockof  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  If The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  .month.  f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and" Giv-  ing can deliver the  goods.- , J.  SEE) IF IT CAN 'T.  Grand   Forks intends sending  six carloads of apples to Australia  this autumn.   From the. acreage  that is fast being put under fruit  cultivation  over    there   Grand  Forks will seon be shipping train  loads instead of car-loads to the  Antipodes aad elsewhere.  Determining the Age ���}pi Cattle  Disputes frequently arise at  fairs as to the elegibility of a cei-  tain animal to compete in a certain class. It maybe, alleged  that the animal is over the age  limit for that class, ��� and   while  **��� -"  the exhibitor may produce a pedigree ior it, in case theclass i-j a  pure bred one, it doesn't always  happen that .the pedigree is taken  as conclusive proof ofy.age. To  overcome these difficulties and to  provide something for judges to  use in the ring as a basis for de-  term ining the ages of Cattle, the  management of the International  Exposition ha,ve adopted, the following mouth specifications, which  apply to cattle between the ages  of twelve and thirty-nine monthsT  Twelve months-rr-An. animal of  this age shall have ally its milk  (calf) incisor teeth ill place.  Fifteen mouths���^t- this age  the centre pair of ;iqcisor teeth  may he replaced by;.centre pair of  permanent incisors .-.(pinch ers),  the latter teeth being;"through  the gums but not yetyiu wear.'-  Eighteen montbsr���The middle  pair of permanent incisors at this  age should be fully up- in wear,  bat next pair [first intermediate]  not yet cut through, gums.  Twenty-four month -r- The  mouth at this age will show, two  middle permanent [broad] incisors fully up and in wear, and next  pair [first ��� intermediate] well up  but not in wear. YY-y:  Thirty months���The mouth at  this age may show six broad permanent incisors, the middle and  first intermediate pairs fully up  and itTwear, and the next- pair  [second intermediate] well up  but not in wear.  SAND WIC H  It is tasty, more nutritious  than: ham, beef, or chicken,-  and more economical. Send  a post card for new recipe  booklet ; 'Tasty Dishes, "to  BOVRIL LIMITED  27 ST. PETER STREET. MONTREAL  Application for Transfer of  Liquor'License.-  .  1  TAKE NOTICE that I. James Cameron, of  the City of Greenwood, B.C., intend to  apply at the next sitting- of the Boa>-d of  License Commissioners for a transfer of . the  Liquor License-now held hy me for the Vic  toria Hotel, situate on Lot 24, Block 12, Map 21.  Greenwood City, to Hug-h D. McGillvray  Dated  at Greenwood, 'B.C.,  the 10th day of  Aug-ust,i908. ���"������  Signed, JAMES CAMERON  GREENWOOD  TRADING COMPANY,  LIMITED.  TVTOTICE is hereby (riven that a special re-  lil solution has been passed for voluntarily  winding-up this Company aud that the under  deisigrned has heen appointed Llquiddtorof the  Company fnr the pnrposes of winding- up proceedings. Creditors and others having claims  against the Company are requested to "send to  the undersigned at the office of John D. Spence,  Barrister, Greenwood, B.C., before 1st October,  1908, their names and addresses and full particulars in writing of their claims duly, verifi d  and <f the securit-*, if any' heldby them^ - '  AND TAKE NOTICE that after the let day  of October, 1905, the undersigned will proceed  to distribute the assets of the Company amongst  the parties entitled thereto, having regard only  to the claims of which' the undersigned then has  notice. ..">': "'.���'������  .''''   ������. ���'?;.    ' ; '���"���'  Dated this 7th dayof Augus', A,p., 190S.  ' JULIUS-EHRLICH*  ; Liquidator.   .  MINERAL ACT.    y '  I)  Is is  D  I  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY   CO.,   LTD.  New Westminister, B.C.  Greenwood Liquor Co., Agents, Greenwood  MRS..MURRAY, graduate in-voca  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils ia piano, organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory methods  taught. Class'in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoeniz, Friday and Saturday; For1 terms and further particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  LAND NOTICES  District  Certificate of Improvements.  ''���yy'     -. notice.;- ..���'���.'��� '���-:..;  TJear-Admiral Kingsmill of the  Canadian marine and fisheries  fleet is inspecting the harbor and  works at Esquimalt with the  ���view of the Canadian g*overnment  taking them over from the Imperial authorities to be used as headquarters of the Dominion fisheries fleet on the Pacific Coast.  The labor vote of the Kootenays naturally feel like supporting1  a party that has by its policies  brought .about the development  of the country and furnished employment to thousands of laborers  at good wages. That is why the  laborers of the west and especially of the Kootenays, will support the Liberal government at  the coming election. The pocket  is a strong argument.���Cranbrook  Herald.  Poultry Notes.  In planning house to be occupied by fowls it is well to allow  at least four square feet of floor  space or twenty-four cubic feet of  air space per fowl.  Fowls should "be permitted as  free a range as possible. Any  plan that gives the birds the  freedom of the fields is excellent,  provided thev do not get in placri  where thev are" uot wanted.  Bristol Boy Mineral Claim, situate in Green-  wrod Mininir Dlvisiou ,of. Tale District.  Where located:.' West Copper Camp.  TAKE NOTICE' that .Ii'.'-. James. .Edward  Schon, Free Miners'/Certifldrte No. B9580,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a. Certifica'e of  Iinprovements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice, ihat action, un'er  Section 37, mutt be commenced before the  IsFuanceof such  Certificate of Improvements  Dated this ISth day of July, A. D. 1998  y.-..        ',.'������   JAMES EDWARD SCHON.  Similkameen Land District  . of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I, James Crawfotd. of  Park Rapids, Mlnn��80ta.oecupatlon Far.  raer,inteud to apply for permission to purchase  the following- described landB-tCommenciujr at a  post plantsd at the North. West corner of J��ot  805 S, thence north 20 chiins; thence east M  chains: thence south 80 chains; "thence west  40 chains; thence north 60 chains, thence .west  40 chains to point of commencement, and con  talalnjf'400 acres, more or !e*s.  ,      JAMES CRAWFORD.  Per Henry Strauss, Ag-ent  Dated JuneUthi 1908.  LAND NOTICE  CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY  Similkameen'  Land District,  of Yale  District  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Boston Boy Fractional Mineral Claim, situate  in tbe Greenwood Mihinfr Division of Yale  District. Where located: in Deadwood Camp  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. M. Shaw, agent  for D. A. Cameron, Free Miner's Certificate  No. 14,26��; George L,evson, Free MlnerVCertifi  cate No. 10,122; W. W. Craigr, Free Miner's Certificate No. 14465; J. W. Nelson, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 14287, Thtend, sixty days from  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,ander  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Impro��<ments.  Dated this 15th day of June, A ,D., 1908.  C. .3?. SHAW, B.C.T,.S  TAKE NOTICE that I, Louisa I. Shaw-of  Gieenwood, B.C., occupation Housekeeper,  iu tend to apply for permission to purchase the  following described land:���  Commencing at a post planted atthe North-  East corner of Lot No. 788S. thence East RO  chains; thence north 4" 1 hains, thence west 20  chains, thence south 20 chains; theme west 40  chains; thence north 20 chains, thence west 20  chains, thence south 40 chains to point of com  melicement, and containing 240 acres more or  less.      '       '  LOUISA I. SHAW.  Per HENRY STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated July 13th, 1908.  MINERAL ACT.  TENDERS  SEALED TENDERS will h�� reeived by th<i  undersigaed np to the 1st day of November A. D. 1��08, for tbe purchaseof the following  oroperly of the'lote Francesco Fera, situate at L  Greenwood. -  1. Lot"Three(3),Block "D," .Map 28. City of  Greenwood.  2. South Half (S H)of Lot Sixteen (16) Biock  'D," Map 28, City of Greenwood.  3. An undivided One-half (1-2.)interest In the  South Half (S. J4)of Lot Eight (8) Block Two  (")', Map57, City of Greenwood.  The highest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  -Datedthis 10th day of September, A.D. 1908.  CHARLES GEORGE MAJOR,  Official Administrator,  1-4      . '    '    ���   New Westminster, B.C.  % Subscribe For, Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work.to the Boundary's  Leading-Paper.  nan  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  SAYS THIS IS BEST  l  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Columbus" Mineral   Claim, situated in the  Greenwood Mining Division 'f Vale District.  Where located:   In Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICE That I. Isaac H. Hallett,  - as agent for J. F. Cunnigham, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B6761, W. T. Smith.  Free Miner's Certificate No. B93C8, and E. J.  Roberts, Free Miner's Certificate No. B10655,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, toapply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for tha purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of tbe above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issues-ice of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of IT.-v.*A.'T>.-190f��.  I. H. HALLETT.  FROM  GREENWOOb  TO  VICTORIA, B.C,  $21.85  Selling Dates Sept. 19th to  24th. Final return limit  Sepf 28th:  NELSON,   B.C.  $4.(30  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 Local  Ticket Agents for berth  reservations, etc.  >    j. E Proctor, D.P.A., Calgary,  Q.   R.   REP PATH    AGENT  GREENWOOD  A leading h��*IUi Joum_l in answering tbe question, " What ii tbe best  prescription to olean and purify the  blood T" prinU in a reoant iuue the  'following t  Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce;  - Compound Salatone, one ounce ;  Compound SyrapSartaparilla, four  ounoea.  Shake wall and naa in teaapoonful  doaea after each meal and at bedtime.  A well-known physician states that  these aro harmless YogeUbla ingre-  dients, which can be obtained from  any good preaoription pharmacy.  Thia mixture will clean the blood  of all impuritiea. In Juat a few daj-B  the skin begin* to clear of tores, boils  and pimplea. It puta vigor and  eneegy into run-down debilitated  men aad women.. For many years  Saraaparilla alone has been considered  a good blood medioine.. But whilo  it built up and made new blood, the  imparities remained within and the  good accomplished was only temporary. Saraaparilla, however, when  used in combination with Compound  Salatone and Extract Dandelion,  work* wondera. Thia oonbination  puta the kidneys to work to filter  aud sift out tbe waste matter, uric  acid, and other impuritiea that oause  diseaae. It makes new blood and  relieves rheumatism and Jafbe baolt  and bladder troubles.  i ,,..<~~*~~i  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  Warwick Fraction Mineral   Claim, situate   In  the Greenwood Minin-r  Division   of Yale  District.   Where  located:   ln   Providence  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Hemracrle and  Hujzh   McKee Free   Miner's   Certificates   No.  B1440S, and   B14226, Intend,    sixty days from  tbe    dale   hereof, to    apply    to   the Minine  Recorder  for a  Certificate  of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining-  a Crown Grant of  the above claim,  And further take notice thai action, under  section 37.  must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Paled this 5th day of August, A. D. 19��8.  THOMAS HEMMKRLE & HUGH McKEE  ���)��'-*  J  Subscribe for The Times  Painting  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor^  ating promptly done.  Klall Papering  BnA Ki-isofftining  ��� Send In yc iir -��� pring orders.  Box 2SS, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  LICENSE ACT, 1900.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. W. Nelson.- of .  Carmi, B.C., intend applyin-f to the Superintendent of Provincial I'olice, at the expiration of one month from the date hereof, for a re*  newal uf my hotel license for lhe premises  known as the West House, at Carmi, B. C, situate on Block 1, Lot It.  Dated at Carmi, B.C., tlie 14th day of August,  I9o8. Signed, J. W.NELSON  Snynopsis of Canadian Korth-Wcst  HOMESTEAD REGULATIOMS.  A NY even-numbored section of Domlninn  " Lands in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and  Alberta, exceptin-r H and 26, not reserved, may  l>e homestcaded bv any |>erson who is the sole  lie.id of a family, or any male over US years ot  ape, to the extent of one-quarter section of ISO '  acres, more or less,  Application for entry must be made in person  by tlie Applicant at a Dominion Land Apencv  nr Sub-ajfency for the district in which the land  is situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  madeat any Ajrcncyon certain conditions by  the father mother, son, daughter, bioiheror  sister of an ictendiii'* homesteader.  Duties���I. At least six montlis' residence  ip)u and cultivation of the land In each year  for three years.  2- A homesteader may, If he so desires, perform the required residence duties by living ou  farminir laud owned "olely by him, not less  than elirlny (SO) acres iu extent, in the vicinity  of his hon eslcad.' He may also do so bv living -  with father or mother, on certain conditions,  joint ownership In land will not meet this requirement.  3. A homesteader intending- to perform liis  residence duties in accordance wiih the above  while Urine; with parents or on farmlngr land  owned by himself must notify the A^eut for the  district of such intention.  W. W. COBT,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  :'. B.���Unauthorized  publication of this ad-  Tertisement will not be oald for.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District-  of Yale.  District  TAKE NOTICE that I James Bird Man-  ross, of "Jreenwood, B.C.. occupation Free  M;acr. intend to apply* for permission to yuxrl  chaise the following; described land:  1 CommeaciniC at a post planted about 300 feet  West of the Nerth-East Corner of Lot "10  th"Dc�� east900 feet thence north 1.200 feet thence  ea.st 1,500 thence north 6O0 feet tbencr west 1,900  feet theace south-west 500 feet to point of commencement.  JAMES BIRD MANROSS  Dated the I6tb d*T of July. 1906.  *m  Y00M  ��� .���..;i''i'.-��*f*!S5  ���L%'?:yf40i  Y:YYYmm  " ��� YYm^  YYYyYY'i;^  ���'...'::��� .y.'^-S��^  '-'"���Y-\ Y?z%m  -YY^i^m  'YM$Y$<mi  Yyyf)M  ���^YY^miM  ;-'- ��� ���- ���-������.-������?& *&d  'YYYYm  YYm  Y0i  ���-���'-.-.'tt  YYYim  if  :;��|l V ..���  THE   BOUNDARY  GREEK  TIMES  K ���   .   *  BM^mmaaRi  Arc dealers in Men's  Furnishings of Every  Description.    J��    3��  They carry the Clothes  that Fit���  THE BROADWAY  BRAND     J��       X  There are some fine  Stock-taking Bargains  in   our   Store   now.  �����  e-bbbbk-ssssi  fo  Get the Genuine  Insist on  Pabst  Bottled   Beer  Don't be fooled by Spurious Imitations.  Oreenwood Ciquor Co.  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  r  ruittery  Do You Know  That  A. L. White  Carrie s one of the Finest Displays of  CUTLERY  In the Boundary.  Call and See.    Two New Silent Salesmen  on  the  Floor for vour convenience.  g Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16.  ��� MM  ���"-V"-\*  e Palace Livery Stable  L  Drives  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. C. BUCKL.BSS  i    PROPRIETOR   Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings  A. E. Greenwood is spending a  couple of weeks at Eholt.  Mike ��� Hayes returned to the  Bell claim at Beaverdell today.  Mrs. Sidney Johnson and family  have returned home irom Victoria  Mrs; J. Saunders has returned  from a three month's visit to St.  Paul.  Thomas R. Hanson, merchant,.  Rock Creek, was a visitor in camp  this week.  Currje White, Druggist, returned yesterday from an extended  trip to Alberta.  Mr. Hamilton," of Revelstoke,  is at the Pioneer hotel aud will  make a tour of the .Boundary,  E. S, Busby, Inspeetor of customs, is in the 'district on buai-  Hess connected with the ofljee.  Rev. G. E. Strachan, Methodist  minister at Phoenix, was a visitor to Greenwood on Monday.  Oscar Nelson has gone to Palmer mountain to do his 18 th-annual assessment on his claims.-  John Gopell, a Vernon business  man and art old-timer in. Greenwood was in town this week.  Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Wood  left for Edmonton  yesterday   on  au extended visit to their daugh-.  ter.  John Love, druggist, of Hedley,  who Bas bought ont the Thrasher  Drug Emporium at Phoenix, is  in the city.  Miss Annie Prout, of the Central Telephone office, is away on  a two-week's holiday trip to Rossland and to Nelson Fair.  W. G, Rose, Presbyterian missionary at Cascade, is in the city  and will leave next week to continue his studies in Toronto Uni-  versit y.  H. F. Fuller, the promoter of  the Bay Mine Co. has returned to  Greenwood, accompanied by a  party from Nebraska who are out  looking over the Tip-Top claims  in-Skylark camp.   \  Mr. and Mrs. John McRae, ��f  Sarnia, Ont., who have been out  visiting their sons at Greenwood  and Phoenix left for their home  iri the east on Wednesday. D. C.  McRae went up to Phoenix to see  them off.  Robert Keffer left yesterday for  Pullman, Wash., < to resume his  studies at the Washington State  University. Mr. Keffer has prepared a paper of 2,360 words on  Handling 3,200 tons of ore a day  at Granby Smelter, to be read tp  his fellow-students.  Our 1908 Wall Papers are as  cheap as they are charming���  McRae Bros.  ^  &  TOWN. 20<PICs.  -*w  .yw'vv'-v'W'V'l  JAPANESE  ARE  MUCH DISTURBED  Will Get But Little Courtesy From  the Canadian Government  Considerable dissatisfaction exists among local Japanese as a result of the speech delivered a couple days age by Japan's former  minister of the interior, the Hon.  Kei Hara, at a banquet held in  his honor.  Hara delivered a straightforward statement of much significance which is looked upon by  local Japanese as being a message  from the Japanese government.  "You cannot expect very much  from your home government,"  said the former minister of Japan's Home Affairs, "for Japan is,  in one sense, a new country, Japan is just on the crest of a waye  of development and, furthermore,  there are other things just as  weighty that are keeping the  government busy Consequently  -eery little time can be devoted to  the interests of those Japanese  who have temporarily or permanently forsaken their home land to  take up their residencein Canada."  Commenting on the speech in an  editoriafyesterday the Canadian  News, a local Japanese paper,  vigorously attacks the sentiments  expressed in Hara's speech and  states that, if- the Japanese here  can get no consideration from  their own government, they can  expect little courtesy from the  Canadian government and they  are therefore betwixt two fires.���  Vaace��T��r World.  The Dominion elections will be  held on Monday, October 26th.-  Oa Sunday evening the service  in the Methodist church will be  conducted by Mr. Spooner. In  the Presbytertau. church- the usual morning and evening services  will be conducted by the Rev, Mr.  McKee. ���  Dolls, Doll Carts, Express  Waggons, Toys, etc. ,aa stock the  year round at-McRae Bros.  ������ Bat Boone of the Dominion hotel, Phoenix, chased a delinquent  boarder down the Greenwood road  on Wednesday���followed, collared, collected and kicked.  Perfection in Confectionery���  The Copper Seal Brand '���McRae  Bros.  The local Rebekah's lodge,will  celebrate the 57th anniversary of  the founding of their or4er on  Wednesday evening next, by a  social gathering in Eagle's Hall,  and extend a cordial invitation to  all Oddfellows and their wives  and sisters to attend.  One of the big special attractions with the Grace Cameron Opera Company to be seen at tbe  Auditorium is the celebrated  whistler, Miss Eva Spear. She  is known from one end of the continent to the other as the "Human  Flute." The company is composed of 40 people.  The big strike of high-grade  chalcopyrite ore on the B.C. Copper Co's Mother Lode mine has  already been productive of beneficial results to Greenwood camp.  Several owners of mineral claims  have begun prospecting and development work and tenders are  being called for work on others.  A number of outside mining  men have recently visited the  camp, among them being Messrs.  Hinckly and Moffatt, whom it is  said will undertake extensive development work on the Greyhound  group at Deadwood and adjoining  the properties of the B.C. Copper  Co. and the Dominion Copper Co.  Harry Bewley the famous mim.  ic and comedian, is at present  making the hit of his life .as Hi  Skinner in C. H. Kerr'snew musical .drama, "Little Dollie Dimples," will be remembered as "the  man with a hundred face*" and  many of our theatre-goers will be.  glad to know he is to visit {he  Boundary. Bewley is a brother  Mason, brother Elk, life member  of the. Eagles, also of the New  York Vaudeville club and many  other social orders.  For Sale���Household Furniture,  Beds, Sideboard, ChairB, Tables,  Sewing Machine, Stoves, etc., by  Mrs. J, Greenwood, Anaconda.  ian church, which was quite a  success, ending with a very inter-  teresting program, a large crowd  attended. .  Mr. W. G. Rose, missionary,  Cascade, held his last service  here on Sunday last, prior to his  departure east to take up his college studies at Toronto. Mr.  Rose spoke very feelingly of   the  way the Denoro folks had treated  him and the co-operation they  had extended to him to carry oh  thff mission. The .average attendance had been 18 and the collection $3.00, for every Sunday he had  officiate*^  Mr. M. W Ludlow left last  Thursday for Seattle and Vancouver where he intends spending  twer week's holidays.  The Loftiis" Bros., Anaconda,  are in camp busy erecting a residence for Mr. and Mrs. A. Gustafson,  Next Saturday, Sept. 19,a swell  dance will be given at the Pacific  hotel, a large attendance is requested.    Tickets $1.50.  PAY YOUR TAXES  As a reminder to all owners of  crown-granted mineral claims  under the present provincial act  the cost of advertising, etc., will  be apded to the taxes unless paid  before the end of September.  Wanted���Tq Buy a three or  four roomed house and lot, Greenwood or Anaconda, apply by letter to C. Times Office.      <��� -     -  Copper Seal Confections excell  all others.    McRae Bros.  ������ Httditorium  ������  DENORO DOINGS,  correspondence:.  A very successful magic lantern  entertainment was held ia the  big sitting room cf the Emma  Mine bunkhouse on Thursday  evening last. Mr. O. T. Scott  worked the lantern and Mr. W.  T. Rose was speaker. The views  were mainly the life of Jesus  Christ, supplemented by local  views kindly lent bv Mr. Scott.  Mrs. C. M. Hines presided at the  organ, collection was taken at  the close.  Friday evening an ice-cream  social was given at Eholt in honor of Mr* Rose, by the Presbyter-  September l$tb  Mr- C. H. Kerr Presents The New  York Favorite Comedienne and  .   Prima Donna .  DAINTY  In His Latest Musical Comedy  Success  "LITTLE DOLLY  DIMPLES"  Supported by the Great Comedian  WILL PMLLBRICK  and a cast of Fifty  ���Including���  Daisy KiHff. (Soprano)  Florence   Langdon    Tempest  (Comedy)  Eva Spear, (The Hum* n Flute)  The Orieinal Gardownie Sisters,  Phoebe and Jessie, (in  the Electric Dancing- Novelty,   introducing The Tale of the Flowers.)    ������ ' .  Rose   Olah Fafcer,   (Celebrated  Violinist.)  The ShubertS.   (String Trio )  Louis London, (Baritone.)  Frank Russel.   (Musical Artist)  Wh Russel.    (Bass Soloist.)  Emma KinjT.   (Russian  Dancer.)  10 Big-Advanced Vaudeville Acts  Hear the Great Sonsr Hits���20  Numbers,  "No One Dream's About Me,"  "Lolita," "My Alsatian Maid,"  "Jennie Jones," "Naughty Kid  Song," -The Girl That I'd Call  Mine ," "Double Sextette,"  "Good-Bye Old Home," "At  Night in Mv Brilliant Salone,"  "I Am So Shy." "Friends of  Long Ago," '-When Little Dollie  Dimples made a Hit."  Entire Production   Carried toy  Company  The Singing, Ringing. Jingling.  Event oflhe Season  Prices      -     -  $1.00 & 75c.  Notice.  The  Quality  Campfceirs  Clothing  CAMPBELt-5   CLOTH-NO-  HBBBBB-BHHBHBBH *5_39HB9  This" Quality " about which we talk so much in  i  is our strongest argument why you should buy  our clothing.  These days anyman can be fitted perfectly in  ready-made clothing of the better kind.  But besides Style and Fit���the honest wearing  value���the point which makes a matj buy the  same brand again and again is specially featured in Campbell's Cloth ng..  TKe materials are as good as w.e caji buy, the  finishings arid workmanship of the highest  quality. Theresult���thec\othing���Is sold toyou  oyer our guarantee of money back if all "details  of style, fit and wearing value are not as we represent them. ,  TKe Hunter-Kendrick ���o;, Ltd  Cbe  PUBLIC NOTICE is (riven b-r the undersigned that th��y propose under the Tramway  Companv Incorporation Act and amending' acts  ofthe Province of British Columbia to form a  Company to be known as Greenwood-Phoenix  Tramway Compauy Limited, for the purpose  of constructing, equipping- and operating- a single or double track tramway undei ground commencing- at a point in the City of Greenwood in  the District of Yale and Province of British  Columbia, and running- thence Easterly riuder  ground toward and to the City of Phoenix in  -aid District and Province.  Dated August 29th, 1908.  richard armstrong,  duncan Mcintosh,  thomas a. woodruff.  {?  The Greenwood Dairy  Milk and Gream Supplied Daily  to any part of Greenwood,  Anaconda and Phoenix  Jenks Bros.  Greenwood  is now under the Management of Rondeau and Dupont.  Meals are served, at all hours of the day aud night.  If you want a good meal, well cooked, carefully served  and promptly provided try the Pacific. By attention  and promptness, eatiiig is made pleasant.  <  st* 4,4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4,44.4.4,4,4,  ���4-  4-Roomed   Cottage  on  50 foot Lot.   Close in#  $500  *  *  I Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.  OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.  f* *-H�� *fr��fr + -fr ��fr ��fr -fr*fr ��fr ���^-^4**-f4-f*f^-f-f*|'  *-fc  *  *  4  ������������-:���.- ���  2 ���  I   1  ���  & CO., Ltd.!  ;. DEALERS IN ..  Tresb and Cured meats  Ffeb and Poultry*;  ���������tta��**a��a*mn��att*v9��m*m*m*m������m-*^*^,*a��itm*9��m**att+m*a  f  I  I  I  I  I  i  $  Get Wise  AND  DRINK PHOENIX BEER  THE " PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA."  Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood  NELSON IRON WORKS  (Greenwood Branch)  IRON, BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  Geo.' M.Hoi/r, Manager, L. Craoturd, Lessee  s  Is in the Windsor Hotel.  The business .of providing  things good to eat is our  business. Meals are well  and promptly served. -Everything completely to  your taste. Howard Moore, Proprietor,

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