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 < ���' ' "ti'   -  v     A ,.'<���''  ./ ���"'-..  ���W*"t yyi-^fv?  Sf^5fil^^^^wwl^iS^^^8B  ��;i^*:-./5|w3    ,   ������>  VOL;. 13  Y-rjifcfy  YYYM  'YMIm  fM$  GREENWOOD,   B.C.,   FRIDAY,    OCTOBER   30,1908.  i��������������������e���BW��ll^lll���l^l^llll���>lllr^n��'^l^���^llrr^^Jl^^^lUJ'^^^-'--��^-^^v^^-a^r���^lI:-  No. 8  Greenwood's Big Fnrnitnre Store  ...- ������.,..���-..������������.������.-_  .. ,.. ���._..-..������.. <M..._. ��� . ��� ~g������ -��� ������   Carpets, Linoleums,  Bedding.  New Japanese Mattings in great variety.  A Fine L,ine ..of sea-grass Chairs at prices that  will astonish.  A new line of Imported Carpet Squares just  opened up. Will be sold cheap.  We carry a Big Range of Childrens* Go-  carts and Cariiers. /Drop in aud see the latest  Steel Collapsible���Folds in one motion.  or  HOUSE FURNISHERS -��� -   Phone 27  <M>OOC>0<X>O<X>O<>OO<>��<>0<>O<>O<>CK> CKKK>OO0<H>0<>OO{>C>0<X><><>CK><KX>'-  SPECIAL SALE  !<%  ai  For Saturday and Monday only we will place on  Sale, our' entire stock of 15c. Flanelettes, Wrap-  perettes, Prints, Gighams, and Cotton, for  10c. per Yard.  ���4  BARCLAY ft CO.  DRY GOODS BOOTS & SHOES MILLINERY  -_ i  0<>0��00<>000000000000000000<>00-0000-0<X><X)<>00000000-000<>00  MONEY SAVED  , To those who haven't bought of us before we ask  an opportunity to show the following lines in Men's  Shoes.  Vici Blucher Bals Dull Kid top, Heavy single  Sole       ------- $4.00  Box Calf Blucher Bals. heavy double sole 4.50  Vici Bal. heavy single sole, wide last, plain  toe : - ���.'.--'" y-, v'���--...' -;   . ���-��� ^Y"Y :.'������'  Kangaroo Bal. heavy: single: sole, wide last,  " plaiii toe   Y- Y-Y.'^ ���-'���' 'Y-Y'-Yy. '-    .y-'; ������'-'���'���  Extra fine vici blucher bal, tipped, heavy  ���:'.,��������������� singlesole    ;      - , -    _.'..  Y-'\ '    '_-  |    Fxtra heavy box calf blue bal. tipped, felt  *     Y       ]fao&, -    Y -  ..   ,-.,.,     ,   -���'���.     -  Extra heavy box calf bal. plain toe, leather  lined, double sole   - .   ��� -  Pat. colt, blucher bal., dull kid top, tipped  The above line's are all Goodyear Welt, Solid Heels  and Soles. ���;���;/'" y - �����"���  P. W, GEORGE & GO.  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood  ' " ' ��� Y��� "' i ������ '  -    - . _  ����\<><>000��0000<>00<>0-000<>0<><>00-00<><><><^^  4.50  5.00  5^00  5.;50  5.00  5.0o  VOTE FOR  AN ROSS AND YALE-CARIBOO  '**-  The Manitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  Send us 53,00 and receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witii all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year.    -  Canada Stands True  to the Liberal  Government and  the Great Chieftain  1 he General Elections on Monday, 26th, resulted in a crushing'  defeat of the Conservative p^rty  and the Government has beer su' -  lain- d bv an overwhelming- majority.  Tbe returns froah the Coas*  show the election ot Ralph Smith,  Nanaimo ; Barnard, Victoria ;  Taylor, New Westminster ; Cowan, Vancouver ; and Sloan, Comox-Atlin [accalamation]. Ontai-  io went stronger* Liberal than  they bave done'lor years, and the  Government will have a majority  in seven out of the nine provinces  as before.  Returns as yet are incomplete  but the Liberal plurality will be  fifty or better, the following being the latest figures to hand :  Lib.  Con.  Doubt  Ontario. -; 39   .  .-. 44 ..  .    __3-  Quebec SO  P. E. Island   3  New Brans-  wick         11 .  Nova Scotia 13 ..  .12  . 1 .  . 2-  .. 5 .      3  Manitoba .     2  8  -���  Saskatchewan 9..  .    ... 1 .  --  Alberta         ...4  . 3-  .  B. C               -2  3  Sir Wilfrid Eaurier, Premier of Canada.  A Midway Mine.  C. R. Le Master, thanaerer of  the Donald Copper Co., which is  opening up tbe Bruce mine near  Midway, is in the city. Development work on this property has  been progressing favorably since  thev commenced operations on  the 1st of September.  There are two large surface  showings of chalcopyrite ore on  the Bruce carrying small yalnes  ia gold, and the company is driving a (uunel to locate tlie ore  bodies at depth. ���..,'-���  They are now in a distance of  375*ieet and will go another 100  feet farther and then cross-cut.  The Bruce continues to look  b*;tter as the develo.p*menb work  proceeds, and with their admirable location overlooking the  railway, the Donald Copper Co.  has every prospect of adding one  more to the list of big ^pundary.  producers.   '  ROCK CREEK NEWS.  "The people of Canada haye  spoken and ��nee more have voiced  tlieir approval ef a progressive!  ���Liberal administration���a fitting  culmination of the campaign of  slander that has beet*' waged so  persistently against our Canadian  'Government.  The platform hardihood of  Fester, Fowler and Lefurgey and  the program of misrepresentation  and unsupported charges put forward by these masters of inyec-  tiye to the injury of our country  has received the stern and decisive rebuke it had earned so well.  The defaniers of our country  have lost themselves in their own  blizzard'of execration and of all  the instigators of this disreputable campaign of abuse arid vil-  lification Foster alone has wreathed the storm of protest from the  Canadian people.  The Liberals have fought the  battle on broad national principles. ���    ���'.       '  The opposition had nothing to  offer in the wav of a constructive  policy which had not already  been inaugurated by the Government and the people have expressed with a decisive voice their confidence in the ability and integrity of the Liberal administration  The sweeping verdict of the  people cannot fail to have a great  effect on the elections yet to come.  The result of Monday's election  must be seriously considered by  the people of Yale-Cariboo.  The weapon of slander has recoiled upon the heads of those  who wielded it so reckjessly and  has sent them te   their   political  doom, and all that remains to  them now is to stir their pot of  simmering local questions which  have no place whatever on apol-  ltical bill-of-fare,  But the men of the Upper country will not be deceived. They  are not less interested in the  welfare of their ridings than the  people of the great new territory  of Comox-Atlin who have elected  their Liberal member unopposed.  - We are a progressive people  and whether in ^politics or in personal business 'we do what we  can to conserve our own best interests. ' '  There is no reason why the peor  pie of the upper country should  declare themselves against the  decision of the country as a whole.  Party ism is a good thing and  is the plan we take lor the preservation of law and order 'and  the promotion of trade and commerce ; but slavery to party  -will render a man incapable of  performing the best service to  himself and his? country.  We have seen great changes in  the Upper Country" in the past  few years, and with the proper  leadership and direction' there  will be a greater growth and a  greater development in the next  five years.  The result in the Coast constituencies puts the people of th e  upper country in a position to use  their franchise in a most effective  manner for their own particular  benefit. -  It would be unfair to ask the  practical person whether business  man or wage-earner to vote -for  sentiment where his material interests are to be effected.  In Yale-Canboo we have a  Liberal candidate who has become one of the most influential  members of the Canadian Parliament ; who has done much for  the advancement of the riding  and in the future will be able to  do much more; and we ask you  honestly is it not in your own  interest and in the interest o f the  whole Upper Country for you to  vote for Duncan Ross  The Campaign  :. ^Denis Murphy, Ralph Smith-,  and the B?on; :W0?e^cott7~Fre-:  mier of Saskatchewan, will speak  in the Boundary In behajf of  Duncan Ross, the Liberal candidate for Yale-Cariboo.  ' Nothing could be more encour-  agiug-than the Liberal meetings  all over the riding./  The editor of the Nelson News  has an imagination second only  to that of H. Rider Haggard, tke  author of their "Yellow God" serial story. :  There are 11,122 voters on the  lists for Yale-Cariboo, and the  riding is still a new country.  The Conservatiue government  of British Columbia by special  act in 1906 made a grant of<800,000  acres of land to the Columbia and  Western Railway, owned by the  C.P.R. The Laurier government  has never given an acre more  than right-of-way to any railroad  company.  Fawler, Lefurgey, Bennett and  Bergeron have all been left at  home:  Dominion Copper Co.  The or-.orgamzation, of th e  Dominion Copper^Co, isi making  satisfactory progress and. things  are'gradually assuming shape for  a resumption ��f operations.  The management has every  confidence that the smelter and  mines will resume in a very few  weeks; Arrangements are being  made by which all creditors will  be paid in full and the company  placed on a sound financial basis.'  This has always been expected  by those who are familiar with  the properties of the company.  An up-to-date smelter capable  of producing copper in as economical a manner as possible,-��� -and  with mines of especially valuable  bodies of copper ore cannot be allowed to remain long idle, and;  when the production of the Boundary Fall's smelter is added to  that of the two, great steadily  producing companies, the Granby  and the B. C. Copper Co., the  output of Boundary copper will  be greater than ever before.  A.  CORRESPONDENCE-  B. Eidey, a teamster,   wh-'>  has been freighting for Contractor  Steves, fell of his wagon on the  road about a mile above West-  bridge last Fridav.and died a few  minutes after. Eidey was a native of Mattawa, Ont.. and was  about 58 years of age, be b*is  been working in the vicinity of  Rock Creek the last four years.  His body was taken to Midway  for burial.  Mr. Thomas Hanson left for  Spokane on a business trip.  The -"kettle   Valley Irrigated  Fruit Lairds Co. have a big crew   '  of men picking potatoes on  their ..  land near Rock Creek, tbey   will    '  have in the neighborhood of 500  tons this year.  Deer are; coming down from the  river by the wagon load now, the  flurry of s;io-v ;i week a-r��* apparently drove the deer down from  the high.-mountains.-  Mrs S. T. Lirsen ha**,   -rnnato  V&ncou'ver, where hor dau ri-t ter,  Gladys,; had to go through an operation   for  appendicitis.    Miss  Larsein'is  progressing  favorably  and will be able   to   resume   her.,,  studies at the business college in -Y  a week's time.  A farmer from up the hills y.  came down Sunday for a'few groceries, among other things a bottle of coal oil, which happened to  be put in a Gordon Gin bottle.  Oa his way up the hill he discovered his coal-oil bottle missing:,  he went back to look for it, but  in the meantime the minister  came along and. found the. bot tie,  fertei&ri'&*-3^^  up the bottle aad smashed it to  pieceB against the rocks, exclaiming "this gin* .will not do any  harm now." -The rancher had to  come back for another bottle of  coal-oil.  Y.v-xm  Ym  ':��� Y'YYM  ���Y'Ysm  '.' YY:&m  y:M  ���- - ��� '���'.-.��� !;*��;  -r  '!'i-}ll>iT-  YYYY.m  ���yhm  '���mm  '  Y^-iiM  :''"',:''YYMs  '������ "r!i"'lS?  ,"'  *J'  >.y--\'��  Liberal Rally at Midway.  A very successful meeting was  held last night when John D.  Spence, of Greenwood, addressed  the electors of that section in the  interest of Mr. Ross.  The people of Midway are deeply interested in the coming contest for local as well as national  reasons, and the meeting, was  strong for the Liberal candidate.  Midway will do its duty and  give a good Liberal majority.  'YyyyYY!YYY$!&M  ���Y ~y :^JY ^ '-^.^V.6"*'  :''^YYY0Y0zm  .. ������yY'<m*Y0����  Y-YyYmm?0  :��� i:?i;3!K)i  '��� ���- YYY'YYt^m  :-���- YYYYYMWtM  ���YYYYYmm  ^YYf!-} 'ivi��&0��  '���:-Y;Y,0imYsWm  Y"\ym^mm  'UT-ft  y$'4w  ������yJYYBm  Nicola-Midway Extension  Ymh'w��&  In an interview with the Vancouver Province, Sir Thomas  Shaughnessy, President of. the  C.P.R., confirmed the former reports of the intention of that  company to extend -its- Nicola  branch through tho Lower Similkameen to Midway in the Boundary district, tha present western  termmns of the Columbia and  Western branch of the C.P.R.  October SCOS  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  Tha following- table (fW��B the ore shipments of B��nndary mines for 19*0, 1901, 1902, 1903,  1904, 1905, 1906,1907,19 ei as.reported to>the Greenwood Timeo���  MilfB. 1900       1901       1903       1903        1904        1905       190*        1967  Graabj- Mines.... 64^3   231,752   309,858   393,718   549,703   653,889  M1.404   613^37  Comox-'Atlin Goes by Default.  As a result of the over-whelming defeat of the Conservative  party iu the Federal elections,  Dr. Quinlan, ot Port Essington,  the Conservative nominee for  Comox-Atlin, has given up the  fight, and Mr. Sloan, the former  Liberal member for  that  riding-,Jewel-  �� j RiTerslde,   has again been elected  by  acclamation.  Snowshoe...  B. C. Copper Co....  Mather Cede....   j,3W  B.C. Mine..  19,494  Eoimau    Oro Deaoro.   Boanie Balle..   Dotu. Capper Co...  Brook Ira-Stern.   .......  Idaho    Rawhide    Sunset    Moantaln Rose   AthlestM    1,*00  Morrises���   R. Bell..      Senator.   Brey Fog-lS-   No. 37   Eeliance   Sulphur King-      WlnnlpCff i    1,076  Galden Crown    2,250  King* Solomon    Big Copper -   No. 7 Mine      City of Paris  297      1,741     ��,800     7U12  8.42S   135.0S1  Bast  1903  Week  868,077   21,840  ,   2907   2,400  99,034   141,326   138,079   174,298   147^76   10S,9tt:  208,231    205,432    8260  YYm*  47,405  802  5S0  14,811  8,530  19^65  22,937  15,537  37,960  '6,440  9,485  ���3,007  20  1.488  11.804  3,177  7,455     15.731  150  1,'*40  "875  785  625  5,646  3,339  560  363  2,435  32,350  3JO70  3^50  1,759  4.586  3,450  222  364  33  55,731   140.685  2.960  25,108  3,056  4,747  1,833  26,1KB  48,390  3,55-">  1,7U  18^74  14,481  43,295  12.253  64,173  31.270  31,258  649  53,142  4,870  11,971  3,450  398  ......   9  868  .,33  150  160  666  2,000  350  High Court of Justice.  Owing to the heavy errist of  legal business, at other points on  the circuit, the Fall Assizes adjourned from Oct. 22nd to Nov.  3rd, have again been postponed  to Nov llth. Mr. Justice Martin will preside.  Don't forget the Oddfellow's  Ball in the Auditorium tonight.  Supper at Moore's Cafe,  CarntL  Sally   K Ambler..    ���   BntchsrB��y   _   Duncan.   Providence    ElUhom   Stratbusre   Golden Eag-le     Preston   _   Prince Henry ...."..  ..:....  Skylark .?.     Last Chance   E. P. U. Mine.   Bay.    ���   MaviH    . .....  Don Pedro    Ceesceut     _   Helen   i  Rnby._    Republic    MiteeDlacsos*    3.230  482  2,060  890  219  79  30  145  993  '400  80  3.4J6  167  726  325  52  50.  300  770  150  20  sis  6S9  586  30  106  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  20  15  90  *5  120  40  700  .   20  55  60  224  325  5W  60  750  2=5     .  73     .  20    .  40  45  90    .  80     .  20  5o0    .  30  ..53  Total, ton-"..  96.600   390,800   503.376   690,'I9   821.S03   M3.54S 1,101,5371,148*237      Smelter treatment���  GranbrCo_     62J87   230,828   212,340   401.021    ��W..252   687.983   828.S79   6.^,626    851.647  IS.C. Copper Co     117,611   1��,MX>   162,913   2J''.4f(4   21H.S30   123>ti>   341,952      21'*,oS4  Dom. Cop. Co,._    :      132,5**i)       3i),930     .S4.03)   218,811    ts3.4.ri      22���542  9.TR3  Total reduced... 62,389   348,439   460,940   697,404   837,606   9S2..-i571.l72,4a*l>2J.-..>n ::viy"^fesyy^?.;;  f^^ffi-'^^  THE'1-BOUNDARY  GREEK TIMES  Cf*  Cf*  Cf*  Cf*  Cf*  Cf*  Q=<  &--*  CF3*  Cf*  ��?  (?=-<  C-***-  ��?***  &=<  a-"*  -r*<  <*-=<!  ..Bank of  Rest $11,000,000.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  lion. Presides :   Lord StkatiIcona and NIockt Koyal. G. C. M. G.  Branches in London, ��iu>. I $LTVri<XlSU New York, .Cbicago.  Buy  aad sell Sterling Escl.a-i-fe and Cal.le rra..-=(ers ; Grant Commercial au  Travenrrs' Creilils, avaiUbU' in any parl'of the -vurlil.  SAVINGS BAM DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at curreiit rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR-JWanagef.  MimwmmwmmmmmMmu  IX--5  been $100,000 less but for the  consideration of Mr. Fielding,  minister of finance, who, in opposition to the. Conservative Premiers of Ontario and Manitoba,  considered this province entitled'  to special treatment.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Bahkistkn, Soucitok,  Notary Ptbuc.  -'able Address:        ���'11 ai.'.ktt."     ���  i Hedloril M'NeilPs  I'oiiKS < M��ri'iii(j & N'v.il'.-  I Leilit-r's _.  Greenwood. B. <-"  you owe to yourself and  the  riding we must keep-to the front.  ��^/l^S   BOUMDAfrV -VALLEY    LODGE  "������--v.rtrt^ No. F.  \'ih-is   i-verv   Tuesday   EteiiitK! at ��W  in  the  I. <-'. O. K.'ilall.     A   cordial  iuvi tatlon is ex  teiuJi-d i'i.-il' sojourn Int' hrethern.  -    s'KiKEK 1). A. MACDOXALD  " , X. {',. v- G-  A. JAYNES, Reo. Sec.  Cbe  Boundary Creel Times  Issued Gvorv Tridav  BY  THB  ijonpdaiv rreek Printing and Publishing  CO.. LIMITED.  J. M. MILLAR  Maxacer  .STJHWRlPTlOyS IN ADVANCE.  Pvh y ni*.*  2 oo  srv IVInNTnc     ��� ! ���*  To FouaiflN" ConT-TiiiK-i.  2 5"  <U i ���: I dN|��^TLAI3L-L>  "^e^7"  FRIDAY. OCTOBKR30, 1WS  KEEP YALE-CARIBOO TO  THE FRONT.  The Liberal adftaimstration bas  again been returned bv the people of Canada.  The admirable manner in which  Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his able  cabinet has steered the ship of  State for 1be papt twelve years  has been approved, and the campaign of slander has met the decisive rebuke to which it was so  well emitied.  Both e'tst and west have spoken,  and the party of progress will  continue to direct <he. affairs of  the country for another five year's  term, and will carrv to completion1'the great works of pubHc  utility they now have actively  in hand.  The future of Canada is now  assured.  Under Liberal rule we have  risen tc* third place among the  nations of the world, and the  years to come hold glwwing hopes  before us.  Yale-Cariboo must not be behind. We have a representative  who has done great work for the  riding and who has drawn the attention of the civilized world to  the resources of Yale-Cariboo,  Great things remain to be done  for Yale-Cariboo, and no man is  better fitted for the work than  Duncan Ross.  The Government is strong and  he has influence with the powers  that be.  Show your a ppreciation of his ab' e  services by allowing no opportun  ity to pass between this and tbe  close of the poll of speaking a  good word for the man who has  done bis duty and has spoken so  well for vou.  Go to the polls and register  y>ur mark of approval for Duncan Ross the Liberal Standard-  bearer for Yale-Cariboo, and you  will have the consciousness of  having performed a  duty   which  Of what advantage would it be  for Yale-Cariboo to send an uu-  tried man to Ottawa to sit year  after year in the shades of opposition to ask for favors from tbe  men whom he has seen fit to traduce with Foster and Fowler before tbe people of t.he land}  Oue thing aloue is advanced iu  his favor, and that has not the  vestige of an argument. Conservatives say that he would help us  keep the countrv white.  What satire is contained in  that remark !  Martin Burrell, the most prominent employer ot Asiatic labor  in all Yale-Car,boo, en whose  ranches at Graud Forks white  men compete with Hindoo  labor, woulcTblast the cause bv  his appearance in our Canadian  Parliament.  Your sincerity in this matter is  on trial before the people of the  East.  Thev have heard the voice of  Duncan Ross in protest on the  floor of the House against the importation and employment of the  yellow men. No abler champion  of the white man's cause has spoken in our legislative halls, and  his defeat by Martin BurrelJ  would mean that Yale-Cariboo  declared for Asiatic labor.  Duncan Ross is sound on this  question, he has ably contended  for a white B.C. against the opposition of Eastern members, and  it is up to vou to show your appreciation and your sincerity in  the matter by giving him your  vote.  And now Mr. Burrell's personal  organ, the Grand Fork's Gazette,  quotes a "friendly" Yankee paper to injure the financial credit of  Canada.  i It calls the Grand Trunk Paci-  | lie "the Laurier Pacific." It  makes the most outrages statements abDut ihe cost of our new  Transcontinental���straight falsehoods. It says that it will run  through a bleak and barren wild-  ernePS; and that it can never pay,  and that it means ruin to the  country to complete it."  This puts Mr. Burrell on record,  and the men, of Yale-Cariboo do  not take any second-hand advice  from Yankee defaniers of our  magnificent Western country.  Over Six Month's Work in Sight  From 500 to 1000 railway graders can get work by applying to  Foley,Welch & Stewart at. Prince  Rupert. The wages range from  $2.25 to $2.50 per day, with board  charged for at $5.25 a week or 75c  a day, and hospital fees of $1 a  month, h The work is good for  from six to twelve months. Climate the best on earth���when it  is good. Most pf the sub-contractors ?re old-time railway  builders, who know'what it is to  rough it and who treat their men  decent..���Prince Rupert Empire.  K  x  x  -*5to *&*%�� -tv*e��6 yfwJfC  &f">  Out of the millions of expenditure of which so much has beeu  said, every workman has been  paid standard wages for his labor  J. G. Haggart, ex-minister of  railways:���  "A government railway under  the control of the beople of this  country should not have a union  on it at all-"  Geo. P. Graham, present minister of railways ::���  '���The presence af labor organizations is a benefit to the management of tbe road rather than  a detriment."  This is all on record March 5th,  190S, and was in reference to the  unions on the Intercolonial railway.  The Liberal Club  Rooms  % Are Open   every  After^|  a -  noon and Evening,  1 In the Rendell Block,  I next tothe Bank of Mou-  I treal, Greenwood Street  Pes You Thirifr  y        y*  Fop Yourself ?  Op. do. you. open :rour month liko a young '  Eolp down whatever'food or Efedl-  be offered you?  *       *4*        *       * -  Intelligent thinking woman.  In need of*ielTef irom weakness, nervousness,  pain and su&\ne,"then it means much to  you that t.herO^ one tried nnd n-naho^p-jt  medicine o** lf\-r>w:N oomtositios, sold b*~  druggists for the cure of ���woman's Ills.  f> !$��� '*:' *8t .'   ���  The makers of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, for tho cure of weak, nervous, rundown, over-worked, debilitated, pain-racked  women, kiiowlu-r this medicine to bo mado tip  of ingredients, every one of whicli has the .  strongest possible indorsement of the leading  and standard authorities of the several  schools of practice, are perfectly willing, and  ln fact, are only too erlad to print, as they do,  tho formula., or list of .-ngredieats, ot which-  It Is composed, in plain English, on every  bottle-wrappur.  f "ij�� * ��?' * * .  The formula of Dr. Pierce's Pavorlto Pro-  ���asription will hear the most critical examination of medi'Tal experts, for it contains no  Alcohol, narcotics, harmful, or habit-forming  drugs, and no agent eaters into it that ianot  biffhly recommended by tho most advanced  and leading medical teachers and author- :  Itles of their soveral schools of practice.  Those authorities recommend the Ingredients  ofi'r. i'lui-ju'sTayonte Prescription for thf  curt*of"e!Uctly the'same ailments for whirl;  ��4r-(i--(ir avf*^->VJ^MU0vaM^^A*t*|^PM|4W**l>h>*fe'aA-'***a^-M^^''"'  i jii-? -.vprl(j-;fa.nied rnetlioine is advised.  * H* * * *  No other medicine for woman's ills has any'  such " -ofessibnal endanjemenT. aa Dr. Pierce's  Favorite Prescription has received, Jn the un-  Qualiiled recommendation of each of its  several Insrredients by scores of leading- medical men of all the schools of practice. ��� Is  'such an endorsement not worthy of your  consideration?  ���* " * *fc. * ' ' *  A booklet ot ingredients, with numerous  authorative profeslonal endorsements by the  leading medical authorities of this country,  will be mailed free to any one sending name  and address with request for same. Address  Dr. B. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. '  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition  issued March, 1908.)  Size :   Octavo.   Pages :   1228.  Chapters : 25.        ". ,  Scope; The Copper Industry   of  the  ; World.  ; Covering- ; Copper History, Geology,  Geography. Chemistry, Mineralolg-y,  Mining, Milling, Leaching-, Smelting.  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Terminology  'Deposits by Districts, States.Countries  and Continents, Miues in T'etail, Statistics of-Production, Consumption/imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  eic. '        -���  ' The Copper Handbook is concededly  the <  AT THE CHURCHES  ���v.1"'   'n;i  .'.���.'���'-'���������''���       ' ' ���     ' ' :    '''������>.'���'    '    '.    '.  PsBSBYTERiAN-^Services will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11,. a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. Mv D. McKee, Pastor, -v.  Methodist���Rev. ,F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct set vices as�� usuil' at  Methodist Church morning and evrntng  Services every Sunday, morning and.  Sunday .School at 3.  Mr. Burrell's organ, the Grand  Fork's Gazette says that he is "a  man of honesty, integrity and  purpose, broadmindedness and  strong intellectual equipment,"  and that "Mr. Ross is a discredited and totally unworthy politician, who has accomplished nothing aiid forfeited all right to confidence and respect."  Well, well ! Wet guess that  the people of Yale-Cariboo will  decide tnis little matter for, themselves.  When the elections are over  those of us who have always been  anti-A.siatic will continue the  work for a white B.C., while those  prominent Asiatic employers will  cease their shouting aud continue to employ them.  ll  Why pay good money for poor work  when ypu 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-  rlass 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.  MRS. MURRAY, graduate irj voca  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils in pianoj. 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.  In a tirade against the British  preference duties Mr. Burrell's  mouthpiece, the Grand Fork's  Gazette, says :  "Its effect as a measure of free  trade has beeu drastic and sure ;  and scores of industries have languished and died under the lowering of the duties on English-  made goods."  Nothing of the sort has happened. Canada has gained, and  Great Britain has gained, and  the whole British Empire has fallen in line with Sir Wilfrid Laur-  ier's Imperial policy of trade.  The Hedley Gazette undertakes  what it calls a "disillusionment  of unthinkingEnglishmen" whom  it claims are predisposed iu flavor  of the Liberal government.  It must be amusing to the average Englishman, who is quite as  well posted as the Gazette than  on political matters, to find himself the subject of such ridiculous  comment.  The people that produced Pitt  and Bright and Gladstone and  have for centuries been the leaders  for civil and religious liberty, require no instruction from the  Gazette man as to how to vote.  We have noticed that the Englishman is noted for his tendency  to investigate things for himself  aud it is inevitable that when he  comes to live and work in Canada,  he should, as the Gazette says,  "line up under the banner of Sir  Wilfrid Laurier."  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & 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**f* -f* *f* 4* 4* *$��� *f* ���I*  The Miner needs, the book for the  facts it gives bim rega'rdi'if. iJeology,  Mining, Cppper Deposit "���-��� . Copper  Mines,  The Metallurgist needs the book for  the facts tt gives him reTarding copper milling, leaching, smellitg, and  refining.  The Copper Consumer needs the book  for every chapter it contains.. It tells  ���what and explains how and *rhy.  The Investor in Copper Shares cannot afford to be without it. The Copper Handbook gives statistics and gen  eral information on one hand, with  thousands of detailed mine descript-  ions'on the* other, covering the copper  mines of the entire world, and the 40  pages of condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more than the . price  of the book to each and every owner pf  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 chatges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if uri-  satiafactorv, or paid for if it suits. Can  you afford not.to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value to you ?  WRITS NOW to the editor and publisher,        " *  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHELDO NBtJILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  CATHOUCr���Church   of   the   Sacred  Heart.���Divine  service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in  each  month.    Holy  mass at 10 a. m^; vespers and benedic- -.;  i '���  tion  at 7:30 p.  tn.; Su*nday school a*  2:30 p.m. Rev.J. A. Bedard, t>. M. I.  pastor.,.   '��� .  Church ok England (St. Jude's)-r  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m.   Evensong, 7:30 p. m.,  Sunday school,    10 a.m.    Hsly Communion, 1st  Sunday at 8 a. m;   other  Sundays   after Matins at  11a.m.  Saints'   Day services as announced  in   Church.  Rev. F  Vernon Venables, Vicar.  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, B.C  ". '11  PARENTS 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   comniod-'  ious and a large number  of Boarders  can be accomodated.    The   School  is'  superintended and taught  by the Sis-  teis, who   have   much  experience   In  training and educating children.  . The course of study comprises Christian Doctrine,  Grammar,   Geography, ,n  Arithmetic,. English   and    Canadian, f'j  History,   Stenography,   Bookkeeping,  Typewriting, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, Needlework, Vocal and Instrumental Music,- French   and  Hygiene.  For further particulars apply to��� . '  Sister Supbrior.St. Joseph's jSchc-oV  NEtsoN, B. C. ''.',���  Ladies' Calling Cards, Holland Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  "���':\'-    :-'���'%;  .OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOQQOO  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Window's, Doors,  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement, . etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-!  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  .   PHONE 65.  (XW10000<��00<>000000*><K)0<)0<>  COMMERCIAL  HOTEL Greenwood  Rooms 25c and 50c a Night  M, GILLIS  Hotel,' . .  INDSOR   J^@TEL  McCLUNG and GOODEVE, Proprietors;  Finest Furnished House in the Boondaiy  Steam Heated.. Lighted   throughout   with electric lights.  First-class Bar.    Strictly np-to-date goods.  FIRST CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  ���n-^*^^^^^***^*-^. ��������*�����  Close to the Smelter.  The Liberal candidate, Duncan  Ross, -was greeted by an exceptionally large and eath. usiastic  gathering at Salmon Arm.  There is a big new vote at Salmon Arm as a result of the progress in that municipality and  there is no doubt as to the verdict  there being strongly Liberal on  polling day.  British Columbia's subsidy this  year is 8552,076-, more than twice  as much as that paid under the  Conservative government of 1896.  This big  increase would have  Up here in the North the people are not joining Asiatic Exclusion Leagues. Instead, they are  quietly taking an oath not to eni-  ploy Asiatic coolies, or to vote  for any candidate who does employ them or who will vote to allow them to come into the country���Prince Rupert Empire.  Vote for Duncan Ress, an  employer of Union labor,  Everybody  Agrees  that COD LIVER OIL and IRON are  beyond question the greatest medicines kDnwn. 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  FERROL  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the -whole ofthe 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 Iren 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 vised 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  ��4You Know What  You Take"  The Best Appointed Work-  ingmen's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.   Hot and  Cold Baths.  Your  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OLALOFSTAD Proprietor  Will be attended to promptly \  at this office ./��� >   .   ;  This office is replete frith everything necesA  essary in a printing office to ensure yourl  frork being done with neatness and despatch]  Your little ones are a constant care in  Fall and Winter weather. They will  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh'*  Coosumptton Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it naa done for so many ? It is said  to be the only reliable remedy for all  diseases of the air passage* in children.  his absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take. It is guaranteed to cure or your money  ii returned. The price is 23c. per bottle,  and all dealers in medicine sell 314  SHILOH  Thb remedy should lie in every household,  *  *  4-  4��  *  Dlectric current   supplied   for  Power, Lightiag, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for���' Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee ol continuous power  service for operating.   ___--*  Get Our Rates. We Can Save Yon Money  ���a.ung*,mt.mi!!Mn  mil im 1 min mi !'��� '0:W3mY  V  :-'W?;'  <4Y  f-1  am*  THE  BOUNDARY  CREEK TIMES  ���gives strength for any  "sustained effort of body  or mind. It is the concentrated n our i s h m ent  of l>eel " available for  immediate use.  -_*8Brarast)y^CT  ?sr/\-v^^��^^^"M&^"f*^yv-^"tvvK,^K"/y,*v-s>!WWWl'  f PROVINCIAL ITEMS  tb��K��.*-5'.S��'.S5C^;n-3CIi>.SKX*-' *-"  There were six hold-ups iir one  night ait Fernie.  The price of shingles at the  coast has been shattered and the  dealers ere selling separately. ^  The C.P.R. has  advanced   the  .. ��� * -   ���  Victoria-Seattle fare to $2.00,  and have reduced.tire rate on the  Victoria-Vancouver run to 25c.  and the G.T.P. Eailway, to be  expended in improvements on the  Prince Rupert townsite.  A M. McLennan, CP.R. conductor, was killed while coupling  cars at Sicaraous.  It is proposed to electrify the  CiP.R. lines in the mountain divisions. '    ' vv  In Vancouver two robbers were  sentenced to five years in the penitentiary, the day following their  capture.  ,  John Perle'la, negro, has been  sentenced to be hanged at New  Westminster on December 18th,  for the murder of Mrs. Jenkins.  i  I    MINING    I  ��-����*>'^����������������->-tia-��0#<*t'!-��->e-0-]'  The Kingston mine  at Hedley  is working.  Reports to the provincial bureau of mines, of Ont., for the six  months ending June 30th shows  that.tbe metalliferous mines and  works in the province produced  over $8,000���000 worth of ore.  The Empire says that Otto Nelson bas started a steam laundry  in the northern cutpost ,to displace the almond-eyed sock-swip-  ers.  We hope that   Otto   ?s   better  used tban   tbe   boys   who  were  compelled to move   from   Green.  Kwood to Phoenix*  The Boundarv, Kamloops and  Copper mountain*had mineral exhibits at Spokane fair, but Hedley the richest camp of all was  not represented.  ���w..jininT-iil||l|| '''������iiaMiiMtamriwiaui^ufi'-i/w^mwi���.^r.Jj.li,..J,.,1.i,)jp. l.Hn,r.|MB||a  Hugh Harris, of Trail, has  staked a very valuable deposit of  s'.eel galena eight miles from  Hazleton.. There is said to be  about 20,000 tons ot ore in   sight.  It is reported that 250 names  have been left off the voter's lists  at Revelstoke indicating gross  malpractice in the preparation of  the_ lists by ��� \he officers of the  Provincial government.  Chicago capitalists will build  a saw-mill at Smelter Lake with  jij^-j'-'-  a capacity of 250.000 feet a day.  S-..1S-J  J. A. Macdonald, M.L.A, of  Rossland, was hurt in alighting  from a train at .the wrong crossing. ._   Captain McLean, Jack London's hero in "The Wolf," is in  command of a fishing schooner  operating out of Prince Rupert.  100,000 people lined ihe streets  fin Montreal to greet Sir   Wilfrid  Laurier.  The lumber yard of the Watts-  bnrg mill near Cranbrook was  damaged by fire to the extent of  $25,000.        ______  The. Trail Lumber Co. are putting up a 30,000 mill at Paulson  and already have the machinery  on the ground.     ^ ������������'.  The Phoenix Curling club has  .-organized  for   the   season with  Captlc Smith ' as president; Dr.  Maclean, as vice-president- R. J.  Gardner, secetary-treasurer, and  ���* the following managing committee: C..-.H. Reeves, P W. George  aad G. L, McNichol..  A MAGISTRATE INVESTIGATES ZAM-BUK  v?'The Adams' River Lumber Co.  is bnilding a big mill on Shuswap  ;lake^   " . ���.  Tke Bella Coola Pulp Co.  will  put in machinery in the near fut  ure. '  The Nelsen Eagles win build a  $20,000 hall.  Tke Caaadian Bank of Commerce has opened a branch at  Revelstoke.  The sale of 1,640 acres of Cres-  ton lands brought $58,797.  The Dominion Gevernmetit will  give its interest in tht Kitsilano  reserve te the city of Vancouver.  The V.V. & E. will proceed  with construction over the Hope  Mountain to Sumas next spring  and! wi 11 reach Princeton in May.  Judge Ho way at New West-  Minster, has decided that the Provincial government has no right  to control over the fisheries; in the  Fraser river.  This releases the fishermen  who were under innictment and  is flatly against much of the provincial government's fishery legislation of last session, ���  Says its a wonderfuul liealer and does  more than is Claimed for it,  . .No household remedy in existence  has won such a glowing tribute from  in high places as has Zam-Buk. Mr.  Rogers F. Perry, Justice of the Peace  for British Columbia, tested thia famous balm, and this is what he says of it:  "The Pavilion,:  .'-.... '-Goldfields, B. C.  '�� To the Zam-Buk Co.,  Gentlemen,���-After a very fair trial  I have proved Zam-Buk. eminently  satisfactory. -In my case it cored a  skin rash of five years-standing which  no docto** had been able to do any good  for.  " I-vTould certainly encourage any  person to keep Zam-Buk in their home.  It truly does even more than you claim  for it. ��� For my own part I would not  now be without it in the house.  - Yours very trulY, '. -  ^ (Signed) " Rogers F;  Perry,  ._��� "Justice of the Peace for B C."  Zam Buk differs from ordinary salves  and embrocations, ' for while these  mostly contain animal oil aiid fats,  Zam-Buk ispurely herbal. It soothes  and heals cuts, sores, ulcers, eruptions,  boils, ecxema, chafing sores, etc. In  the household it is the .handiest possible remedy for burns, scalds, children's  injuries. It instant cleanses any wound  to which it is applied; prevents fcatering, inflammation or blood poisoning. It cures piles, varicose ulcers, and  fistula. All druggists aud stores sell at  SO 'cents a box, or to Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, for price, 6 boxes for $2 50.  120,000 Austrian troops are in  the Balkans and hostilities have  bearun.  There have been heavy storms  on the prairies and the snow-plows  were out on the railroad lines.  Matheson, Ont., has been, wiped out by fire.  500 Were killed in a typhoon in  the Phillipines.  The suit of a Winnipeg moneylender was dismissed; it being-  shown that he had made loans  at 300 per cent.  It isVxpected that half  of the  great Western   wheat .cr��p will  be shipped before   lake   navigation closes.  The legislature of P.E.I, has  been dissolved and elections will  be held on November 18th.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  " CTvATAWA NO. 2 " Mineral Claim, situate  in thc Greenwood Minin-f Division of Yale  . District. Where located: On WallaceMoun  tain.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Edward H. iJtortimef  .Frse Minor's certificate No. B14422, Intend. -Bixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mlnln-r 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 issuance  of such Certificate- of Improvements.  Dated this Ninth dav of September A.D. 1908.  EDWARD H.MORTIMER.  BlllbS Seeds. Trees.  plants for Fall  CatFlSfue Planting  ML J.  HENRY  3010 Westminster Road  Vancouver.  NURSERIES  Aid. Cavaaagh, af Vancouver  left that city suddenly and is not  expected t�� return.  C. C. Fisher,government agent  at New Westminster, is dead.  The Yale-Columbia Lumber  Co's mill at Nelson has resumed  work after a temporary shat-  ���down.  1'hfi Provincial government will  advance $200,000 to the Prince  Prince    Rupert ~ Townsite   Co.  Application for Liqtfoi License.  Take Notice that I, S. T. Larsen, -of Rock  Creek, intend applying to thc Superintendent  of-Police, at the expiration of oue month from  the date hereof, for a renewal of my Hotel I/i-  ense for the premises known as The Riverside  Hotel, at Rock Creek, B.C.,  Dated this day, October 29th, 1903.  SAMUEL T. JLARSEN, Rock Oreek,  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the under-  signed and endorsed "Tender for Public  Building-,Vernon, B.C," will be received at  this office until 4.30 P.M., on Friday. November  20th 1908. for the construction of a Public Build  In-r at Vernon. <  . Plans and specification can be seen and forms  of tender obtained at this Department, and on  application to the Postmaster at Ver��on.  Persons tenjerlnpr are notified that tenders  will not be considered unless made on the printed form supplied, and signed with their actual  signatures.  Each tender must be accompanied by an -accepted ctieqneon.a chartered bank,made payable to the order of tbe Honorable the Minister of  Public Works, equal to ten per cent (10 pc.) oi  the amount ef the tender, which will be forfeited If the person tendering'decline to enter into  a contract wheu called upon to do so, or if he  fails to complete the work contracted for. If  the Under be not accepted the cheque will be  returned.  The Department does not bind itself to accept  tho lowest or any tender.  By order,  NAP. TESSIER.  Secretary.  Department of public works.  Ottawa, October 20,1908.  Newspapers will not be paid for this advert!  semen.t if they insert it without authority from  the Department.  "1  I  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  -OOM  REDUCES   THOSE  BAKING   HOURS!-  Why Iiave an oven  sufficient only for three  pies when "Sask-alta1  Range oven will take  four pies and other  cooking? The more  baking space you have  ���the less fuel you use���the lees work you .do.  Fuel and work are just about the main items  of expense in the kitchen.     "Sask-alta"  Range saves both for you.  London, Toronto, Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver, SL John, Hamilton, Calgary  Is How under the Management of Mrs, Creig  Meals are served at all hours of the day aad night.  If you want a good meat, well cooked, carefully served  and promptly provided try the Pacific. By attention  and promptness, eating is made pleasant.  THE BHITiSH COLUMBIA  OISTILLEKY  New Westminister. B. C.  Greenwood Liquor Co., Agents, Greenwood  Tlh�� B��itaitadlaiiry,s  Ptoffil����lF 'Pffip��lTo  Sales Agent Wanted.  $36 per Week or 400 per cent.  Profit.  All samples, stationery, and  art catalogue free. We want  one permanent agent in this  locality for the largest picture and frame house in Anv  erica. Experience unnecessary. We instruct you how  tp sell our goods and furnish 1  you the capital. If you want  a permanent,' honorable and  profitable position, write lis  for particulars, catalogue  and samples. FRANK W.  WILLIAMS COMPANY,  1214 W.Taylor St.,Chicago,  111. v  �����A��&D!&  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining District.: .  I  f The Times ��� h^s the  most complete Stock of  Type,, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  -f The Time? is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month'.  f The   Times,   in   Job  Work,   Advertising,   in  News Getting and  Giv-  deliver  VOLUNTEER BOUNTY.ACT.  ���������".'" 1908.  WARNING   10   PURCHASERS  ���  EVERY assignment of the rierht of a Sontli  . African Volunteer entitled to a land  grant must be by way of appointment of a substitute and must be in the form provided by tlie  Act.  Special attention is colled^to Sub-section 3 of  Section 5 of the Volunteer Bounty Act. 1903,  which provides that no assi-rnment of the rig-ht  of a-volunteer by the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or reco-rnisted by the  Department of the Interior which  rs not exb-  CUTED AND DATRD AFTER   THB    DATE   OP   THE  WAKRANT FOR THB LAND GRANT issued   by the  Minister of Militia and Defence in favor ofthe  Volunteer. ������.."''  J. W. SREENWAY,  Commissioner of Dominion  ' Lands, Ottawa.  28th September, 1908.  R A IL W A Y  Are you contemplating atrip  to  the  THE   ORIENT.  HONOLULU,  AUSTRALIA.  NEW ZEALAND,  Are  you contemplating a trip  to  CALIFORNIA, OR ANY  PACIFIC COAST POINT  f ��-. ��������� * ����� ��� ������ ����  Or is it a trip to  WINNIPEG,   DETROIT.  ST. PAUL.      TORONTO,  CHICAGO, MONTREAL.  BOSTON, NEW YORK,  Or any European point  thought of.  This line is equipped  with  unexcelled first-class coaches  tourist and standard sleep-'  erd and dining cars, coupled  with safety, speed and conv  fort.    For folders and conv  plete information apply to  ES.   R.   HBDPATH     AGENT'  GREENWOOD  J. E Proctor, D.P.A., Calgary,  ���*HEH9  SAYS THIS IS BEST  A. iMtlfng health jranud in uu-wer-  I iag mmm question, "What la tha best  f   BNMristion to el��M> ��ad purify the  blMdt* prints k% * Moant iarae the  following i  Blatd Kxtimot Dwi-Ulloa oat ounce;  Pomp-wad jgtfatamw, ono ounee ;  Oomponad SyrmpSorooporillft, four  Shako wall aad w�� ia toospoonful  doM* after oaeh meal aad at boidtime.  A well-known phyiioian staten that  taoee arc harale�� TeaeUblo ingre-  diaate, -whieh can he obtained iron*  any good pceaer^Uea*. pharmacy. <  TUs aabnnre will olean the blood  of all Impurities. In joet a few d&ys  tbe akin begia* to olear of sorca, boils  uad pttaplea. It puta vigor and  eMtgjr into run-down deoilitatecl  -naa aad women. For many years  ��� Sanaparilla alone baa been considered  T a good blood medioine. But while  % it Wit up aud made new blood, the  u-epuriCiea remained within and the  t good accompliihad waa only tempor-  aiy. SarsaparilU, however, when  uaed in combination with Compound  Salatone and Extract Dandelion,  work* wondera. Thia combination  put* the kidneys to work to filter  f and lift ont the waate matter, uric  f acid, and other impuritiea taut oeune  { disease. It makes new blood and  relieves rheumatism aad lame back  and bladder trouble*.  ItlM'H  Painting  House, sign aud all exterior aud  and interior painting- and decorj  atin^- promptly done.  Papering  End Kalsomining  Send in your spring orders.  Geo^pbompson  "Box. 255, Greenwood.  Shop GoTcrumeat street.  Snynopsis of Canadian JTortli-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY even-nnmbcred section of Dominion  Lands in Manitoba. SaRltat'cbewan and  Alberta, exceptinjr 8 nod 26, not reserved, may  be bomestende'1 bv nnv iiernon wlio is the sole  liead of a family, or any male over 18 years ot  ape. to the extent of one-quarter section ot 150  acres, more or less.  Application for entry must be tnadein person  by the applicant at a Dominion t/and Apencv  or Sub-.-t|fenc.v for tlte district in which tbe land  is situate. Entry by proxy may. bowever.be  made at any Aircncyon certain conditions by  the father mother, son. d.-iuchtcr, brother or  sister of an intcndlii-r liomestcaduT.  Kuril's���I. Al least six mont'-s' residence  up"n a:-d cultivation of the land in each year  for three yearn.  2. A l]��mi>Kfrad->r mar. If he so tlesirrs. per  form th-r r<rt|aired rcsideucv dul-es by livin>,*oii  farminir land owih-iI ��olely by him, not less  tlisti cit'hiv ISO) acres in extent, in the vicinity  of his hor e.-,t<-.td. ITe may also do sn h\-  with fa i lier or mother, on certain run!  joint ownership in land will not mee; i  qnirpineiit.  j. A homesteader inlemlitiir to p-Trori.. hit-,  residence duties in accorfl.inee with the a'-ovt?  while living with parents nr on f-irniin-r lai:il  owned by himself must notify the Atfeut for tbe  cliKirict of such intention,  W. W. COHY,  Deputy ofthe Minister of the Interior  IC. B.���Uuauthorized  publication of this  ad  vertitement will not be oaid for.  I'vmir  'i  I11H  ^   r.i-  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE  To W. C Tltomas and J. A. Pevlin or to  whomsoever thev hare transferred their inter-  e^-ts in thc Monte Carlo, Eut-ene, Oilman and  N-i-nht*r Seven mineral e.laim* -��� ituated ->n the  We st Fork of Kettle River, Greenwood Miu-  iii!.' Divisoti ��f Yale Dist. I". C.  ' You are herein- notified that we tbe umWsii"-  ned have expended the sum of four hundred  dollars on the above claims together with rc-  cordiiiK-fees, such bein^j required to bold tlie  said claims for. tlie year emiinj.'- Auirost Hill,'  l'W, under the provision of the Mineral Act  and Amending- Acts : and if ot f*e. expiration  of ninety davs from the date of the first puhli  eatiim of this notice in the Boundary Creek  Times you fail or refuse tn contrilwite your jw��r  tion of such exoentliture. namely -^P. together  with all co*ts of adverlisinjr. vour interesrs itt  the s.iid mineral claims sh-*11 become vested in  us (vonr co-fwiicrs) ujion lilintr ill tile proper-  office in thai behalf x'.k affidavit reiniirei l��y  Seiiion 4 <;f the Mineral Act Amendment  Act  I*\,,-d tliisMth dav of October. 10O6.  " O. H. KAIR.  T. J. UKXNINftEB.  -   4  m  Ym  -���Zip&,  ;m&.  ;;:fY&  '.'MM  .:.'.-.V-.;^  yd  - -; V';I'  ���>  -   'I  /  \  I  --  r"  <���  Subscribe for The Times *  I  I  'I  il!  i".  ft  Y:,^Y^%.'^n:M3^m  ���.-���"  -������ ������ ������-.���-.������:���-r* ~^-'-^d^i?^i*-r7-i"f^-*^fcsi  The House for Men's  Furnishings of Every  Description*    3T    3T  We carry the Clothes .  that Fit���  THE    BROADWAY  BRAND     x       Jit  At- prices to suit everybody  Genuine  Pabst  Beer  Don't be fooled by Spurious Imitations.'  Greenwood Oquor Co.  IMPORTEES GPEENWCOD  imSSSSSSSSZMBU  L1.-KOLEKWL  n  mmmnm  iscountl5|6[ffl  During the month of OCTOBER.  FLOOR COVERINGS, ART SQUARES, RUGS,  LINOLEUM AND OIL CLOTH  TERMS OF SALE���CASH  PL. L,. WHITE  I Furniture and Stove Man.  Ban ���flunHV crannftBM ������  Phone 16.  I OH  ThePalace Livery Stable  ' "YyyyY^  ^,3$$^^  THE  BOUNDARY   GREEK TIMES  jf*-������  Purely Personal  Ed. Balfour, of Phoenix, was  doi**n oa Wednesday."  Miss Minkler leaves ou a visit  to Spokane tomorrow.  Frank. Royer, of Keremeos,  paid Greenwood a visit this week.  Mrs. H. A. Munro aud babv, of  Phoenix, are stopping' at the Pacific.  Wm. "Walker and wife, of Myncaster, were in Greenwood this  week.  Thos. Russell and Mike Cain,  of Phoenix,, were ia tue city on  Monday.  James Smith, superintendent of  the Jewel mine was in town on  Saturday.    .  A. H. Borton, of the Bell Mining Co., Beaverdell, is at the Imperial.  A, N. Mowat, of Winnipeg-,  brother of Mrs. II. K. Steven, is  in the city.  Born���Mondav. Oct. 26th, toM-.  aHd Mrs. H. R. Bidder, Anaconda, a daugnter.  Miss Martin, cf the Greenwood  school wil goto Prince Rupert at  th.e end of the montli.  J. C. Haas, M.E , of   Spokane  who is interested in local mining  properties was in the camp   this  week.  Mrs. H. McCutcheon is at Revelstoke attending the Provincial  Sunday School Convention.  Walter Lindqutst,   prospector,  of Princeton, and an old-timer in  Greenwood camp,is at the Norden  hotel.  i W. Richardson, stenographer  atthe B.C. Copper Co's office,  has gone to Spokaue for an extended stay.  George Barrett, one of the old-  timers on the West Fork, came  into Greenwood this week and is  spending a few days at Deaoro.  Baker Roosa, brother of P. F.  Roosa, of the Dominion Copper  Co., died last week at Walla Walla under an operation for appendicitis.  Mrs. J. C. Kemp, provincial  commander of the Ladies of  the:  i ���  Maccabees, is engaged iu organizing a lodge of that well-known  order in Greenwood.  Mrs. Stanton, of the Greenwood  hotal, and daughter, Miss Ruth  Stanton, left yesterday for Spokaue, where Miss Stanton will  take a course in Blair's college.  Special for Saturday.and Monday, our entire stock of 15c flannelettes and wrapperettes for 10c  per yard.    Barclay & Co.  <fr  TOWN 7 OTIC j  ft  ,- COME!  WHERE ?'���Why to the Anniversary  Service in the Methodist Church,  SUNDAY, NOV. 1st, and   MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd,  SUNDAY.  Rev. J. D. P. Knox will preach both  services. 11 a.m., Sacrament ef the  Lord's Supper. 7.30 p.m., Anniversary Sermon. '  MONDAY, 8 P.M.  Rev. R. N. Powell, of Nelson,  will give his most interesting lecture  on 'Short Trips thru the West Indies,'  well illustrated by splendid set of views  ine net  ini ii .  y  Boiiiiy  Country  eh Wen  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. C. BUCKLESS  ���  PROPRIETOR   Then the Ladies' Aid is providing  for the eatables, and everyone knows-  what they can do.  Admission: Children 25c; Adults 50c  The Liberal Club  Rooms  Are Open every Afternoon  and  Evening,  In the Rendell Block,  next to the Bank of Montreal; Greenwood Street  Big values-in shoes at Barclay  aud Co's, every pair reduced���  buy now, you can save money.  Organ for sale, good as uew,  $45. Must be sold, want the floor  room.    A. L. White, phone 16.  Tomorrow is the last day to get  on the civic voter's list.  You are welcome every evening1  at the Liberal committee, rooms.  Holmes and Floyd are removing  the Victoria hotel recently destroyed by fire.  You can save Uiouey bv buying  your blankets from Barclay & Co,  our entire, line discounted 20 per  cent. .  The Rev. F- V. Venables ��� conducted service iu St. John's Phoenix last Sunday.  Loftus Bros, are' engaged in  building a house for the B.C.  Copper Co. at Denoro,  Tbe��Boy's Brigade will attend  service at ibe Methodist church  in a bodv on Sunday evening.  Samuel Crowell. of Midway,  has imported that fine trotting  stallion, "Merfy Monarch."  Lfvcal 22 W.F.M. are establish-  i ig their reHdiri'j' rooms itrnew  quarters in the Commercial hotel,  building.  Prints a-nd ginghams,Satunlny  only, 10c per yard. Barclay & Co,  Thomas Drug aud Music Co.  will open for busiuess in their  new store next Post Oflice on  November 1st.  The Windsor hotel has ewgagT  ed an operator and a special wire  and will post the bulletins of the  United States elections on the  night af November 3rd.  The annual   Ball given by the  Oddfellows takes  place   tonight  It promises to be a most successful   affair.     Supper   at   Moore's  Cafe.  The ladies of St. June's Guild  will meet at Mrs.-G. B. Tay lot's  on Tuesday afternoon next at 2.30  The Bazaar will be held on Nov,  25th, in the Auditorium,  Buy your flannelettes and wrapperettes from Barclay aud Co.,  Satur.day and Monday, all 15c  lines 10c per yard.  Representatives of the Granby  Co. havesampled some claims in  South Wellington camp near the  properties recently acquired by  the B.C. Copper Co.  The City offices will be; open  Saturday afternoon for the convenience of tax-payers, and those  who wish to register their names  on  the list of city voters.,  Cotnplaidt'is made that some  of the boys are altogether too  reckless and it would perhaps be  well for parents to see that the  smaller boys are at home early so  they may not get involved in  trouble.  C. H. Handashyde, a prominent  mining man of Denver, Colo.,  accompanied by his wife are registered at the Imperial hotel. Mr.  Handashyde is interested ia the  Bell mine at Beaverdell and left  this morning on a trip of inspection to that well-known West  Fork property.  No trace has been found of Gus  Quist who disappeared while on  a trip from C. J. McArthur's  wood camp. -A posse of 40 men  made a thorough search of the  locality and have come to the con  elusion that the young fellow has  wandered away. Inquiries have  been made at all surrounding-  places without result so far.  Alex. McLaren, of Kamloops,  brother of D. D. McLaren, of  Deadwood, is in the Greenwood  district ou official duties as inspector of orchards for the provincial  government. It is part of Mr.  McLaren's duties to impart useful  information tb those engaged in  the growing of' fruit, arid any  who are interested would do well  te interview him while he is  here.  All 15c lines of Wrapperettes  aad flannelettes on sale Saturday  and Monday, 10c per yard. Barclay and Co.  A meeting ef- the local branch  of the Lord's Day Alliance was  held at the Presbyterian church  on the 27th inst., to elect officers  for the ensuing year. Rev. Mi*.  McKee was voted in as president  (pro tern),, and opened the meeting with Scripture reading followed by prayer by the Rev. F. J,  Rutherford.    After the reading  ef minutes of  last meeting the  business of nomination atid election of officers was proceeded with  Rev. M. D. McKee was elected  president; Mr. Grabam,: vice-  president; Rev. F, J. Rutherford,  secretary; Mr. C. Braithwaite,  treasurer. Discussion took-place  as to the raising of finances for  next year, and secretary was instructed to find out if Rev. T.  Albert Moore, president of the  L.D.A. for Dominion would be  available for a general public  meeting in Greenwood early in  the coming year. Next meeting  will be held the last Tuesday in  November, and on last Tuesday  of each third month from that  date. *  All 15c lines of Print and ginghams on Sale Saturday and Monday for 10c per yard. Barclay  and Co.  Tho council met Wednpeday evening. Li��ttei*�� were read from Vun-  oouv-'r Rubber Co., A. D Hulle.tt,  F. Stnrtridge, and E. R. Jtedpatb.  In reference, to the letter of Mr.,  Sfcurtrhlge, complaining that liis  cattle were wrongly impounded,  the connoil decided that J. Mnl-  hern w.'f- doing his fluty by enforcing tl<o bylaw, and instructed  Mm to again impound the cattle if  found on the streets.  The. tender of C. J. McArthur  for wood was accepted.  The following accoiiuts were  paid : B. C. Times, $1.50; J. Mul-  hern, ��6; Fire department, ��� $!)S;  The Ledge, 811; Ecoou,- $2; E.  Hallett, $15.41 ;��� Sfceain laundry,  $1.85; Smith   & MeEwen, $39 05:  On-Saturday the city officft will  he open until 6 p. m. for the purpose of receiving- taxes, etc. ,  The  Quality  This''Quality " about which we'talkso much in  % Clothing  ���i  Clothing  CAMPBELUS   CLOTHING'  is our'sti-bugfest argument why you should .buy  but cloth in g. ..  !  ":���: These days any man.can be fitted perfectly in  ready-made rlothing- of the better-kind.     , y  But besides Style and Eit��� the honest wearing*  value���the point iyhich-makes a, man buy the  same brand again and agrain i��) specially featured in Campbell's.Qloth ng*. ,'������  : The materials are as pood as we can buy, the  finishings and _\ydi"ktnanVship, of the highest  quality. The result���the clbthinp-^is sold toyou  over our jruarantee of money tack if'all details  of style, fit and :wearing-value are not as we rep-  -resent them. ,      '  The Huitter-Eendrict Co., Ltd  /F  A Kettle Valley Orchard  ^  The Greenwood Dairy  Milk and Gream Supplied Daily;  to any part of Greenwood,  Anaconda and Phoenix  *t  Jenks Bros.  Greenwood  -J  w  ����� 4. .��, .$. .�� 4,4, .$, .$. $, 4. .J. .J, ^, ,$, .^. 4.4. 4. ���$, ^. ��$. 4.4. .$�� *��.  It is admitted by Arboriculturists that the climate in British  Columbia is incomparable for the  raising of -certain kinds of "fruit.  This uo longer is mere airy talk  as we of the Boundary country  can find.corroboration by paying  a visit to J. G. McMynn's orchard  at Rock Creek,  This orchard which covers over  12 acres of land on the favored  Northerly slope of the Kettle  Valley is an ideal picture to the  artist. The symmetry, the general arrangement, and the scrupulous care taken of it make one  think of the mastermind behind  the scenes.  It can be irrigated and was so  until the owner found that his  results were even better thau  were those accruing from irrigation.  This is most encouraging to  the farmers in the district as it  proves beyond a shadow of doubt  what was hitherto considered a  doubtful point.  The trees are mostly apple of  about four to six years old, have  had this year a prolific yield, averaging over four boxes apiece.  Mr. McMynn has made a point  of trying more or less every kind  ��f apple suitable to this clime,  and his results which ought te  be an object lesson to all fruitgrowers under like conditions, is  that the ."Snow," "Baldwin,"  "Wealthy," and "Ben Davis" are  wndoubtedly best adapted to orchards such as his.  ���*>  *  4��  We have a few  cheap Lots for  Sale, close iri?  430  Secure one  *  VI  I Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.*  OPPOSITE THfi) POST OFFICE.  *--?��� -*?" *-?��� *$��� ���$��� A* *f:���!���;*-����� *f* ���*$' ���f* 4* *-f*fr*-f-f>'-f--f-l',-fc*-f-f'-'f^Vv  i P. BDRNS & CO.. Ltd. I  4  ��  ft  ft  ft  *  ��  ���  -  *  ��  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft'  ft  ��.  ft  ��  ft  *  ft  ft-  *  *  ft  ��  ft  ft  ..DEALERS IN ..  :  *  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  A  ft  ft  ft  *  *  *  *  .��<s������#��a������*��*��*--��*0����*����b��ve��ai����4��A��>^-<����*����ft����*****��**ft  Tresb and Cured meats  ��� ' -   . ���  Fisb and Poultry*  LICENSE ACT, 1900.  TAKI' NOTICE that I, L. E. Sailer, oi  Midway,B.C., intend applying-.to theSupei*  iutetident of Provincial Policc,at the expiration of one month irifm the date hereof, for a renewal of niy hotel license for tlie premises  known as the Hotel Spol<ane,HitUate at Midway  B.C.  Dated at Midway B.C., the 23rd  day of Oct  ober, 19oS. Signed, L. E. SALTER  Renewal of Hotel Licence  Take notice that I Slvert Dhal.of Midway .intend applying to the Superintendentof Provin.  cial Police, attheezpiration of one month from  date hereof, for a reotnval of my Hot��l Licence  for the promises known as the Central Hotel at  Midway. '       "  Dated this 29th Oct. 1908.  Sij-ned, SI VERT DHAX,.  Renewal of Hotel Licence  Tak-> notice that I,Evan O. Lewis.of Boundary  Falls, B. C, inteni* applying- to the Superintendent of I'rovincial Police, at thejexpiration of  one month from date hereof, for a renewal of  my Hotel Licenca for the'premises known as the  Smelter Hotel at Boundary Falls B. C  Dated this 29tJ�� Oct. 1908,  Signed, E. O. Lewis.  NOTICE  *JNDER'3nd by virtue of the powers contained in a certain Indenture of Mortpape which  will be produced at the time of sale there will  be offered for sale by public auction by the undersigned at the Court House in the city of  Greenwood on Monday the Kith day ofNovem-  ber, I9OS at the hour of 11 o'clock in tlie forenoon the following property, namely:���  Lot three (3) and four (4) in -block Fifty-nine  (59) acceding to Repistered Plan  Seventy (70",  Citv of Greenwood.  Dated this 26th day of-October, 1908.  JAMES S. BIRNIE.  AND  DRINK PHOENIX BEER  THE " PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA."  Bottled and Draught Beer.  Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co., |fflR&&  NELSON IRON WORKS  (Greenwood Branch)  IRON, BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  Geo. M. Hoi,t, Manager. ���       *  *  5  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,  i  ,4m**<-.


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