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 ��� w^^^yz^^m^yiAiYM  //VxV-1'.}'   U,  VOL. 14  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15.   1909.  No  6  NEW  FALL  MILLINERY  All new ideas in  Ready -to-Wear  Trimmed and  Pattern Hats  Everything you want in Millinery at tempting prices  BARCLAY <& GO.  DRY GOODS BOOTS & SHOES MILLINERY  SOME RESOURCES  OF GREENWOOD  <?  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  WE ARE OFFERING  CARPET SaUARES  At prices from $3.50 to $50.  LINOLEUMS  Printed and Inlaid.    Laid without extra charge.  The kind that gives satisfaction.  Agents for Edison Phonographs and Records.  Agents for Bell Pianos and Organs.  Everything in the Furniture Line.  T. M. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS  Phone 27  V  (P  ���^  NOTICE  To Hunters and Trappers:  We are carrying* in stock Strychnine  Hydrochlorate for the killing of Coyotes, Lynx, Foxes, etc. This strychnine is twice as soluble as any other  kind, and greatly lessens the chance of  the animal getting away.  Put up in bottles, and we will mail it  to any address in Canada on receipt of  50 c-mts, stamps or coin.  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  THE STORE OF QUALITY.  r  "i  tvln-yju-  WE HANDLE ONLY  PRIME STOCK  In beef, mutton, lamb, veal,  ham, other meats and poultry.  Confidentially it wouldn't pay  us to do anything elEe, but  we want you to know. You  are invited to prove this statement true or false by actual  observation.  P. BURNS & CO.  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  Gold, Silver, Copper and Coal Mines.���  Fruit Farms, Cattle Ranches, Logging Camps, Railways, Stages,  Good Roads, Live and Energetic Business Men.  (Continued from last week.)  Frat.ernal Orders-  Greenwood is honored by being  the home of several fraternal orders,  who do much for the social and brotherly welfare of their members, and  assure a welcome to those of their  fellows who sojourn here occasionally  from outside points.  A. F. and A. M.  Throughout the civilized world  Freemasonry is recognized as the  leading fraternal order. It antedates  all others, having been first conceived  at the time of the building of King  Solomon's temple. Some claim an  even earlier foundation for this noble  brotherhood. It is impossible in a  short space to follow the workings of  Masonry from its infancy. It is a  power for good in every land, and especially in the older countries has  founded schools for the- sons and  daughters of Masons, homes for the  widow and orphan, and bound and  held together all grades of society in  one great brotherhood of charity  and brotherly love. Greenwood  Lodge, No. 28,-A. F. and A. M.,  was first organized, under a dispensation from the Grand Lodge of British  Columbia, in 1898, with Worshipful  Brother C. S. Galloway as W. M.  In the following year, 1899, a lodge  was instituted November 11, by D. D.  G. M. Raymer and John D. Clute,  Jr., of Rossland, and the following  officers appointed: C. Scott Galloway, W. M.; J. C. Haas, secretary; Robert Wood, treasurer. The  lodge room was over T. M Gulley's  store on Copper street. Later in the  history of the order in Greenwood, a  stately temple was erected on Government street, and still later the present lodge room in the Wood block  on Government street became the  meeting place of the brethren. The  lodge meets on the first Thursday of  every month, and all visiting brethren  are most welcome. The following is  a list of worshipful masters: C. Scott  Galloway, 1898, 1899; A. S. Black,  1900; C. Scott Galloway, 1901; W.  G. McMynn, 1902; J. S. Birnie,  1903; F. M. Elkins, 1904; A. M.  Whiteside, 1905; E. W. Bishop,  1906; E. G. Warren, 1907; J. W.  Grier, 1908; F. W. McLaine, 1909.  SHOW IN TOWN  MONDAY NIGHT  'ley, J. McNichol and R. W. Jakes.  During its existence it has been the  means of upholding considerable of  the social life among the citizens of  Greenwood and district, its present  membership being 110, with assets of  over $7,000. Its meetings are held  every Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock,  in the I. O. O. F. hall, and visitors  are always heartily welcomed. Its  visitors' book show records of visits  of members from all parts of the  world. During the 85 years the Independent Order of Odd Fellows has  been in existence it has grown to' be  an immense institution. At the present time its invested * funds amount to  $49,758,985. In the year .1908 it  paid out $5,500,825.60 forjelief and  benefits, and from 1830 to December  31, 1908, it has received in revenue  $240,681,192.70, and paid out in relief $125,630,414.78, and had a  membership of 1,888,376. The  three link man is to be found the  world over, and who can doubt the  progress of an institution whose motto  is Friendship, Love and Truth, and  whose laws command its members to  bury the dead, relieve the distressed,  protect the widow and educate the  orphans. All these are a part of Odd-  fellowship. They have homes scattered all over for aged members, their  wives and tlieir children. These are  not charity homes, but are supported  by all members, and consequently  theirs by right. of ownership, hence*  day by day, and year by year, the  work goes on, and who shall say  where it will end? It is a power for  good and is rightly considered a most  worthy order.    K. of P.  The Knights of Pythias is an international order, with the highest  ideals of brotherly love and self sacrifice, founded on the beautiful story  of the noble man who was willing to  lay down his life for a friend. The  Greenwood Lodge No. 29, Knights  of Pythias, was instituted April 11,  1900, by H. C. Holden, D. D.G.C.  The lodge is in a most excellent  financial condition and has a membership of 65. Its furnishings and regalia have cost $1,000, and the lodge  has S850 in cash. The following is  a list of those who have filled the  principal chair since its institution in  this town: T. T. Abbott, J. H.  Macfarlane, D. A. McKenzie, Max  Berger, N. L. McLeod, A. D. Hallett, K. C. B. Frith, Chas. Dunne,  A. S. Embree, Chas. Pittock, L.  Bruce Hodge, Jas. Cameron, A. F.  Thomas, Martin Anderson, Frank  n Steel, A. J. Morrison, Wm.   Rowe,  L ��* ��' F' J. W.   Grier,   Wm. J.  Thompson,  Boundary  Valley  Lodge, No. 38,  Chas. Birce.    The Knights  meet on  was  instituted  at Greenwood on the tne triangle every Wednesday and will  llth June,   1897,   the charter mem- JJ^Jj JJ11 vis'ting  Wearers  ��f the  bers   being   Thos.     Hardy,   Ralph     Smailes, W. ]'. Harber, T. W. Gul-1    This article continued next week.  Wherever Wilfrid Small, the  boy violinist, who is billed to  play in Greenwood Auditorium  Monday night, under the auspices of Greenwood Fire Department, has appeared, the papers  have, one and all, had nothing  but nice things to say about him.  We so seldom hear any musical  artist in Greenwood and this is  an opportunity for all to take advantage of. Encourage tbe boy  and get in line. The prices are  moderate. Mr. Hook, the pianist, is a brother of H. A. Hook.  of the B. C. Copper company  staff.  Bring the whole family and  vour best girl with you.  TEN YEARS AGO  (Prom Boundary Creek Times of Oct. 14 1899.)  The C. P. R. tracklaying machine is here.  Adolph Fisher will build a  music hall in this city.  A big strike is reported today  on the Buckhorn mine.  The Greenwood club will give  their first ball on the 17th.  The C, P. R, track has reached  the big trestle close to town.  Last Saturday witnessed Greenwood's first game of football.  L M. Rice and Pat Welsh, returned this week from the coast.  Madden and Dallas have rebuilt the Pacific Hotel. The  new hotel is an improvement on  that destroyed by fire recently,  MIDWAY NOTES  ENGLISH WOMEN     GREENWOOD  BECOMING CRAZY j PLAYS TAG  Thrc latest mad scheme  of  the!    Wherever you go today be pre  crazy  English  suffragettes is so pared to see the beauty nf,Gre<  appallingly criminal, that unless! wood out  armed  It's n<> us*  prompt measures to curb their  unrulyness are adopted at ouce,  many of them will land in Jail,  and the Prime Minister of Great  Britain will be caused a great  sorrow. Their lunacy is to try  to kidnap the A**quith children, to  force the passing of the woman's  suffrage bill.  WE ARE FRIENDS  to v.-av jlay tfci  At the dinner given  to  Grand  Admiral    Von     K->estner,    Gei-  many's     representative    at    the  Hudson  Fultou celebration,   the  evenings exchange of courtesies,  compliments   and   assurances of  p<��ace and goodwill was  brought  to a dramatic climax.    Admiral  of tbe fleet, Sir Edward Seymour  took occasion to pay some glowing  tributes   to  the  German  Grand  Admiral.    "As an Englishman"  he said. "I am anxious to see the  British  navy  all   that it  should  be.    Der Grosz Admiral is rightlv  anxious to see tbe  German  navy  all that it should  be.    We  look  admiringly across the  North sea  at the   German   sailors,   and   I  think they look over with the  same spirit of admiration   at us.  We are friends."  unwary. It's no use -Ituigiijg tnfc  issue, Whether ymi approve/or\|'  not, don't knock Hoost l<n\ay.ftxt3  Greenwood Hospital, and, whin  you yourseli w.tnt sometbitii  boosted mavbH you will get all  tbe boosting you want, t.io.  Buy  a   tag,   and   be  proud  to  wear it.  GALLANT PEARY  A Greenland clergyman named  Ludwigs. who is a member ot the  Cape York mission and is acquainted with Dr. C;jok and Com-  mauder Peary, has opened a  campaign against the later, reiterating some old allegations as  to his ill-tre��ltnent of the E*-k -  mos. Among oihor charges he  alleges that Communder Peary  once deserted a band of women  aad children on lhe ice without  food bee lusc tln-v hitiured .the  rapid advancenK.it of his expedition.  A FRUIT MAGAZINE  A PEACE SOCIETY  A. C. Mills has purchased an  automobile.  H. E. Eldredge is expected  back from the East next week.  Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mills and  family returned last Saturday  from the coast.  Mr. and Mrs. James McMynn  and family have again taken up  their residence here.  Watson Munro, who has been  employed at the C. P. R. round  house, has secured a similar position at Nelson.  Miss Sadie Mesker has been  under the doctor's care for the  past week, Her many friends  wish her a speedy recovery.  The way of the transgressor is  hard���probably because of the  great amount of travel thereon.  TAG DAY CONCERT  Following is the program of  the concert to be given free to  Hospital Tag wearers in tbe  Auditorium tonight, at 8:30 p m.  Be sure and take it in. Wear  your Tag.  PART I.  1. Piano solo Mrs. Sydney Johnson  2. Song Mr. Frechette  3. Song- Mrs. Shaw  4. Violin Cello soio Miss Heldoti  5. Highland Fliug I). M. Macphersoii  6. Duet Rev. and Mrs. Venables  7. Recitation Mr. Burnett  8. Song Mr. McLaine  PART II.  1. Piano solo Miss Marjorie McArthur  2. Song Mrs. Oliver  3. Song Mr. Dunlop  4. Reading _. Rev. F. V. Venables  5. Song  _Miss Hartmatm  6. Lute solo, selected Rev. W. F. Wi lianis  7. Song Mr. Stuart Palmer  8. Banjo anil mandolin duet    Messrs. Hopkins and Jury  Accompanists���Mrs. McAllister,  Misa Wilson  aud Mias Bartmann.  The Canadian Peace and Arbitration society has beeu formed  in Toronto to promote peace, and  to celebrate the century of peace  since the war of 1812-14. Sir  William Mulock is the president  of this society. The commemoration of one hundred years of  in peace, in 1912, is of interest to  all living in Canada, and a copy  of the petition to be presented to  His Excellency the Governor General is in the Times office, All  who are in favor of this movement are earnestly requested to  sign their names to this petition.  NEW LIBERAL LEADER  John Oliver, member for Delta,  has been elected leader of the  Provincial Liberals, in the place  of J. A. Macdonald, who has resigned. Mr. Oliver has been a  member of the assembly for more  than ten years, and is a most able  speaker and worker for his party.  Brazil has 11,000 miles of railway.  The first number of a new  magazine devoted exclusively to  Fruit Culture, profusely illustrated, and most attractively gotten up, bas reached us. If you  are interested in fruit growing  send one dollar to tbe Fruit  Magazine Publishing Co., Vancouver and get tbe paper to the  end of 1910.  CONFESSED MURDER  Edward Bedford, an American,  gave himself up to the London,  Eng., Police this week and has  confessed he murdered Florence  Kinrade of Hamilton,  Concrete itself is very old.  The concrete stairs of Colchester  and Rochester castles still show  the marks of the incasing boards;  the dome of Agrippa's Pantheon,  which is 142 feet in diameter,  is of concrete, and fragrants of  concrete buildings are found in  Mexico and Peru.  Canada's buffalo park at Wain-  wright. Alberta, has beeu destroyed, and 800 buffalos escaped  owing to the fire which had been,  raging around the enclosure for  a week. Millions of dollars loss  was sustained through the fire.  BOYS CLUB  The Boys club of the Presbyterian church spent an enjoyable  evening at their regular meeting  on Monday last. A program oi  readings, recitations and songs  was well rendered. Debates  form an interesting part of the  Boy's Club evening entertainment. Next Monday's debate  will be on the merits of Country  Life as opposed to City Life.  Want of space precludes our  printing the club yell.  COAST NEWS  L..  i  �����  It is reported that Shubert  Brothers of New York will erect  a $200,000 theatre in Vancouver.  The Rev. W. F. Williams will      A Frederick Collins,  inventor  hold a meeting at the Methodist'of the Collins wireless telephone,  was a visitor  to  Vancouver  last  week.  The birth of a new Seaport  occurs but seldom. Newport B.  C, is the latest arrival.  church, on Monday evening at  8 o'clock, fo establish a branch  of the Epworth League, He  cordially invites all the young  people of Greenwood.  Greatest of AU Wood Stoves  That's Cole's Air-Tight ���and We Can Frove It ���Sold Only Here  The patented construction of Cole's Original Air-Tight Wood Stove makes the  use of stove putty or cement unnecessary. It is practically one piece and jointless  and is guaranteed to remain air-tigbt always.  This means perfect control over the fire through the drafts. It means a slow,  economical combustion and that the fire holds over night with dry wood chips or  cobs. It means that you do not have to get up in the cold to build a new fire in tho  morning, but simply turn on the draft, put in a little fresh fuel, and the room is  heated up in five minutes.  See the patented compound hinge, illustrated by cut No. 2. This is just like  the hinge on a pump cylinder valve. It allows the perfectly milled and ground  surfaces of the ash door and door frame to touch evenly at all points and makes  the ash door water tight. The heat cannot warp the hinge or the ash door and  it takes only the natural law of gravitation to keep it closed and air-tight at all times.  It also makes the stove perfectly safe from sparks and coals, as it closes automatically.  Cole's Air-Tight  $3 and Up  The patented steel collar connecting the elbow casting to the body of the  stove, also shown by cut No. 2, holds the casting firmly and evenly to the  body at all points, does away with the use of stove putty and makes an everlasting tight joint. Also note the patented steel collar stamped out from the lining  to protect the draft joint. This gives thorough protection to the front of the  stove, where imitation stoves first burn out. These are patented features  which cannot be used on other stoves.  Cut No. 3 shows the water tight  lock seam in the body and the double  seam at the bottom���both water tight.  The cast top is fitted to the body under  heavy pressure by our special method  so as to make the tightest top joint  found on any wood stove, and the use  of stove putty unnecessary.  It will pay you to buy the  ORIGINAL COLE'S AIR-TIGHT  WOOD STOVE for your home.  It means COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, CLEANLINESS  and a saving of about one-half  your usual fuel bill.  For Sale by the HUNTER-KENDRICK CO., LTD. THE   BOUNDARY    CREEK TIMHS  si mimwiimimmm^^^S^^^^S &  >^  Cr*  Cr*  (r*  Cr**  &  Ip*  <r*\  (r*  Q~*i  <r*  (r*  ip*  Cr*  Cr"  S-.-5  (P*  Cr*  Cr'  &*"  IS'.  0 "  ..Bank of Montreal..  ESTAB LjSHED 1817.   Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon   President :    Lord Strathcona and Mount Koval, I-.. C. M. t..  l-r,-rti<U>nl:    Sik ('ko-uvk A. Drummond, K. C. M. G.  Vic-President ami (leueral Manaper :    S.H B. S. Cloobton, E'lti  Branches in London, Knft. !^J'i:rSH New York, Chicago.  I'liv   ana sHl Steilint- Kxclianife anil Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  TrawlVi*' I'rmlil.r, av.iilnt.le in anv parljof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Intrivsi allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager  MM,  te��>  representative of our own private  and personal party leaning.  And a newspaper  that  has the  >^g  name of certain party inclination  i��=2  .�����=fl  ��*-0  ?&>.}mBxmn  1836  a? a  Is'* ���- <-? ^  If,  S ifi * Si ���<-��* a *  73  Yoars! It! Ili-Mili'S!'.  Capital antl Reserve Over $7,000,000.  Have You a  Ban's Account?  The mone}' is safer  iu the Bank than in  your house or pocket.    A   Checking1  Account provides a safe and convenient way of  paying 3*0:11- bills, a.s c-acli check issued returns  to you as a receipt.  A Savings Account keeps growing all the  time, with Interest compounded at highest  current  rales.  Greenwood PrandwH. F. S~l OW, Marnger.  would be unworthy the name of  a newspaper if it blindly supported any government in all its  work, good or bad, and refused to  see that the other side had its  good points too. A newspaper  that will support the best man of  one party, however weak he may  be, just because he represents  that certain partv and does not  weis��h the men and support the  .���blest man irrespective of his  parly is hide bound and tied, and  a slave. Every paper should he  independent aud froo to act for  U10 bi*st interests of M10 district,  and not tied lo follow any olhi.-t  line of reasoning than thai which  points to the improvement of  conditions in llie riding in which  it tries 10 earn it living  outlines"!���  current events  made until after the new year,  and possibly not before May 1  next.  There will be no Lord Mayor  show this year in London. The  new lord mayor-elect, Sir John  Knell, proposes to have a military  and naval processiou only.  Canadian trade commissioner  Harris, formerly of Vernon, aud  lately representing- Canada in  Japan, has been recalled for indiscreet sayings aud doings.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /.  H.   HALLETT  Baki'istkk. Solicitor,  NoTAKV 1'TllLIC.  Cable Aililn.-ss:       " II ai.i.ktv.''  I lici1i.Mil  M'Neill's  Moiviii-f A. "Vi-ar-  !;irl who sells you   your tag.  come along.     Ante up!  CONCLUSIONS  So  I 1 .oil.i-r"  JEEHWOOD,   S. C  JOHN D. SPc/VCE,  J'.AI-KI'.Tl'h    AMI   NlMl'I'l'ilK.  Kv'-ulr'l    i'uu'k.  Greenwood,  B. C.  AE.  SHAW.  1 lu-.pNMIN*    AMI    PhOVINCIAI.  I.AM)   SUKYKYUI',  Greenwood, B. C.  I'. <>, l:  I'll.lJH-  FRIE-YOLPH WERNER,  CI K \ 1 ��l-.\TI-:   o|:   W AH, t-TAUT,   S\V.,  ( ti.NSI.i'VAToi'Y.  "A ill  I.-  iiiii-r      i.ui.i .mil   Vi,.lin in   (irci-n-  ���wiv .Mi.ii'Iav .in.) Tu-.'silay.  WILLIAM FLEMING,  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniiure Moving a Specially.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  i',;.*'5j��<Y'.   BOUNDAHV    VALLfcY    LODGE!  "���"-,.. a-). 38. l.O.O. F.  *m���i-,  i-M-rj     lurnl.iv   I'.MMiiiiu ;il   it iW  in   llie  ;.  o.  <���>���   r    'il.tll.      A" on.iml   nii-1 Iiiljnn l-.i-l-  ceii.ii-<l Lc .ill Miin-ji'tiiU'! I'li'lin-ill.  AUIl.Kf MH'AN', 1'1'r.lUi. HOLMES,  N. 1.;. V. 1..  I-'. I.IUVAI'I) ISROWN. Ker. S.;c  ���ubc  Boundary Creek Times  Issued sjocrv Trlrt��sv  ���������|:i!M*l'll"no**S  IN   AHVANCB.  1'liK    IK/. 1. . i (KI  c'.ix  Month.-'   . ..     1 i5  To roffi-Tiifj Coi'NTKrKK        2 ��0  It is a grave mistake to jump  at conclusions. Things are not  what they seem. Often they are  not wh-it we would have them  seem. Because a man omits to  greet us wi'h liis usual effusive  handshake and we see him pass  by with->ut his customary smile  and **bowdv,'' it is up to us to  conclude tbat he has worries of  his own (may be he is married),  and not immediately jump to the  conclusion that he's sore at us.  Because a lady friend neglects to  bow, don't imagine it's intentional���till it. happens again���for  may be she has forgotten her hat  pins and is worrying if it is "on  straight." And whon a man, who  owes us some filthy lucre, doesn't  come round, as he said he would,  ou uext pay day, remember that  probably he's not a liaror a thief,  but maybe he's met someone else  who also has a claim, on his way  to our office. And when we hear  thai so and so is sn terribly shocking, etc.. etc., it mavbe the reciter of the sad news has jumped  too high to a conclusion, and our  friend is, after all, like the devil,  not as bad as he's painted.  NEWSPAPER SUPPORT  KRIIIA V. OCTOIil'R   If,  1'Mi'i.  Today is Tag Day. Don't let  this opportunity pass by. of denying yourself a plug of T. & B ,  a choice cigar or a wet. Give  \our quarter cheerfully today for  the hospital, and help a good  cause. It is not only the local  hospital you are helping���it is  every hospital, for the spirit  shown today in Greenwood will  be copied in olher places, and  your quarter will come back to  you in a thousand  and  one ways.  Then, tonight, there is a free  concert for Tay wearers���that itself is worth two bits and more���  and you are invited   by the pretty  When we speak of any newspaper as being a Liberal or Conservative organ, it has been popularly supposed that that implies  a blind support of the Liberal or  Conservative party, in all or any  legislation or policy the particular party may adopt. Iu most  cases tbis supposition is only too  correct. The average newspaper,  like the average man, has supported its side through thick and  thin, ofien blindly following thc  lead of other similarly thick and  thin supporters, just because it  happened to be on that side of  politics, and quite outside of the  fact that the particular piece ol  legislation or policy met with its  views.  The day is passed for this kind  of blind support from any free  thinking man or newspaper. Now  our days we look into what the  party is doing, or is about to do,  for us. We vote for a good man,  socially as well as politically,  often directly against our personal  political leanings, for thc benefit  of the community and for the  good of the district in which we  live. Thinking men support_the  man now instead of blindly voting for a party���aud to the voters  in this Riding, we appeal to do  the same. Send a good representative of either party to the Coast  rather than favor a poor specimen  Prince Rupert continues to  boom. Lots sell bv the hundreds  and building is on ihe increase.  The sale of ,v;jP-i';>',���.mi's is larger,  however, than the s.ile of lots.  Germ .my li.is Mnvossfully  launched the lii'sl of her super  Dreadnoughts. Tlie immense  balth ship i-.-irries a crew oI 1000  in.-n. h.is 12 i��. iru.'-s .-iiid is  called the Iluiigol.ind.  citizenship in the  rising  general-  lion.  Not Sisters  Orders for equipment and pow  er have just being placed by the  Harriman lines, which will bring  the total expenditure for this  purpose during the last six  months up to fully $17,000,000.  The first annivemary of the  annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina bv Austria Hungary  Oct. 7 wits marked in Servia by  the shops beiug closed aud public  buildings.being draped in   black.  Chiuese   pork   has  not  proved  popular in Great Britain.  If politics interfere   with  your  business cut out politics.  Tomorrow is the last day t.-f  the Alaska-Yukou-Pacific exposition.    Earthquakes were felt in Wales  last week. The damage was  slight.  The Hon. William T. Pipes,  altorney genera! ot Nova Scotia,  died last week.  November 11 is the date decided upon for the opening of  Parliament at Ottawa.  Grand Forks has a newly organized Bachelor Girls club, with  Miss Edna Trauuweiser as president.  James M. Barrie, the playwright, has petitioned the English courts for a separation from  his wife.  Will Crooks, M. P.. for Woolwich, the celebrated English labor representative, is visiting  Vancouver.  Mark Twain's daughter, Miss  Clara Clemens, was married October 7 to Ossip Gabrielowitsch,  the Russian pianist.  Robert S. Lovett, Julius Krut-  tschnitt and J. C. Stubbs will  form the triumvirate to continue  the Harriman policies.  No appointment to the governorship of British Columbia will be  The strength of a child.  It is surprising to find how few  parents know the great strength giving  qualities of good oatmeal. Most of  them think of it as a food for the  sturdy and brawny man, and overlook  its value as a food for children. Every  now and then a mother will take to  feeding her children on Quaker Oats  and will be astonished at their improvement in strength and vigor. Of course,  she tells her friends, and they prove it  for themselves, but every mother in the  country should see that her children  are strong and vigorous. Plenty of  Quaker Oats, eaten often, will do it.  Put up in two sizes, the regular package and the large family size, which is  more convenient for those who do not  live in town. The large package contains a piece of handsome china for  the table. Making Quaker Oats is a  Canadian industry.  Don't miss a day; eat Quaker Oatt  ��very morning for breakfast.  IIIuuLlllfi  H. Whiting, F.R.H.S.  Kettle River Fruit Company,  Rock Creek, undertakes the  planting aud pruning of large  and small orchards. Expert  advice on all branches of horticultural work, glass structures,  etc.,   etc.    Terms   reasonable.  The King has so fur been un-  sucee.sstul iri arr.pig ing a com-  pr��)iiii;*e bel'Ai.'^n lv -ids .--.nd Commons. Tbe budget o-n-.rovei>y  has precipitated a biuer party  war, and the t'iu! :s noL vel.  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He had a curious  sensation, as if while she spoke that  very name had half framed Itself ln  t some curtained recess of his thought.  'He pressed  the hardkerchlef to hia  , face. The faint perfume tt exhaled,  like the dust of dead roses, gave bim  (a ghostly impression of the familiar.  He struck his forehead sharply with  his open hand.  "Pool!" he said, with a bitter laugh.  . "Fool!"  Clraplrer SO  j  -^ VKIt the sanitarium on  the ridge sleep had descended.    On its broad  grounds  there  was  no  light of moo?i or stars,  aud   Its  chamber  wln-  'dows were dark save where here and  there the soft glow of a night lamp  sifted through a shutter.   The evening  | had closed gloomily, breeding storm.  Before Jessica extinguished the light  rshe searched in a drawer and found  her  wedding  ring���the  oue  she  had  worn for less thau an hour.    When  she crept Into l-ed the ring was on ber  ,nnger.    She  had   fallen  asleep  witb  sher cheek resting ou it.  She awoke with a start, with a  [vague, Inexplicable uneasiness, an in-  J.stinct that the uight had voiced an  , unusual sound. She sat up ln bed,  i staring into the dark depths of the  'room. Her instant thought had been  [of David Stires, but the tiny bell on  I'the wall whose wire led to his bed-  l.room was not vibrating. She listened  j-fi moment, but there was ouly a deep  , silence. Slipping out of bed, she cross-  ft-ed the room and parted the curtain  I from before the tall French window.  JThe room was on the ground floor and  f the window gave directly on the lawn.  1 While she gazed there came a sudden  [yellow flare of lightning, and far distant mutter of thunder spoke behind  j the hills.  Still, with the unreasoning uneasl-  l,nesB holding ber, stw. groped to the  'door, drew tbe bolt and looked out  [into the wide, softly carpeted hail,  [lighted dimly by a lamp set Just at  [the turn of the staircase. All at once  ja shiver ran through her. There, a  dozen steps away, the light full upon  lium, stood the man who filled her  | thoughts.  He   stood" perfectly   still,   without  | movement or gesture, gazing at her  Be stood perfectly atm.  [She could see his face distinctly, silhouetted on the pearl gray wall. It  [wore an expression of strained concern  rand of deep helplessness. The instant  ���agitation and surprise blotted tbe puz-  Izle of his presence there. She forgot  [that it was the dead of night; that  [she was^bi her nightgown. It flashed  (across her -mind that some near and  lesperate trouble had befallen him.  |A11 the protective and maternal ln her  Jove welled up. She went quickly to-  |ward him.  He did not move or stir, and then  Ishe   realized   that,   though   his   eyes  [seemed to look at her, it was with a  passive, tranced fixity. They saw nothing.   He was asleep.  She halted, a deep compassion and a  painful wonderment holding her, feel-  ling with a thrill the power she possessed over him. Then, like a cold  ���wave, surged over her a numbing sense  ���of his position. How had he entered?  IHad he broken locks like a burglar?  [The situation was anomalous. What  [should she do? Waked abruptly, the  [result might be disastrous. DIscov-  jered, his presence there when all slum-  [bered, suspected as he had been, would  Ibe ruinous. She must get him away,  [out of the house, and quickly.  A Dreath of cool air swept past her,  [putting out the lamp���an outer door  [was opes. At the same Instant she  iheard steps beyond the curve of the  {hall, Dr. Brent's voice peremptory and  [inquiring. Her nerves chilled. He  lilocknd the sole avenue of retreat.  *o, there was one other,* and only one  I���a single way to shield him. Quiet  rand resourceful now, though her  [cheeks were hot, she took the band of  [the unconscious man, drew him silent  land unresisting into the friendly shad-  low of ber room, closed the door noise-  [iessly and bolted it  For a moment she stood motionless,  [her heart beating violently.    Had he  seen Been?   Or had the open door cremated an alarm?    Releasing his hand  grently, she found her way softly to a  [stand, lighted a tiny night taper and  [threw a shawl about ber.   A sudden  [confusion tingled through her veins, a  [sense of maidenly shame, opposing the  [sweet reminder of their re^l relationship���was he not in fact her husband?  -that lay ever beneath her thought to  [justify and explain.  Suddenly, in the tense silence of the  [room, the mantel clock struck 3 in deep  [chime, like the vibration of a faroff  i church bell. The time waa not loud���  [indeed, tbe low roll of the thunder had  [been well nigh as loud���bat there was  ' In the intrusive metallic cadence a  ' peculiar suggestion to the dormant  'mind. It penetrated the crust of  sleep.   It toacbed the lime ear of the  conscious intelligence. Hurry started,  a shudder ran through his frame, he  swayed dizzily, his hand went to his  forehead.  In the instant of shocked awakening  Jessica was at his side in an agony of  apprehension, her arm thrown about  him, her hand pressed across his lips,  ber lips at his ear in an agonized  warning:  "Hush! Do not speak! It is I, Jessica!   Make no noise!"  She felt her wrist caught in a grasp  that made her wince. His whole body  was trembling violently. "Jessica!"  he said In a painfully articulated whisper.   "You?   Where am I?"  "This is my room." she breathed.  "You have been walking ln youi'sleep  Make no sound.   We shall be heard."  A low exclamation broke from his  lips. He looked bewilderedly about  him, his eyes returning to ber face  with a horrified realization. "I���came  here���to your room?" Tbe voice was  scarcely audible.  "It was 1 who brought you here.  You were in the hall. You would have  been found.    The house is roused."  He turned abruptly to the door, but  she caught his arm. "What are you  going to do?   You will be seen!"  "So much the better. It will be at  my proper measure���as a prowler, a  housebreaker, a disturber of honest  sleep!"  "N'o, no!" she protested iu a panic.  "You shall uot. I will not have you  takeu for what you are not. I know.  But they would uot know. No one  must see you leave this room. Do you  not think of me?"  He caught his breath hard. "Think  of you!" he repeated huskily. "Is  there even an hour when I do not  think of you? Is there a day when I  would not die to serve you? Yet in  my very sleep"���  He paused, gazing at her where slie  stood in the half light, a misty, uncertain figure. She was curiously happy.  The delicious and pangless sense of  guilt, however���the guilt of the bidden,  not the blameworthy thing���that was  tingling through her was for him a  shrinking and acute self reproach.  She was silent. "Forgive me," be  said, "if you can. I���I can never forgive myself.   How can I best go?"  For answer she moved to the win  dow, slender and wraithlike. He followed silently. As she parted the curtain a second of bright lightning revealed the landscape, the dark hedges  and clustered trees. It blackened, and  she drew him back, with a bushed  word, pointing where a lantern was  flashing through the shrubbery.  "It is a watchman," she said. "He  will be gone presently."  "God help me!" he whispered, the  pent passion of his dreams rushing to  utterance. "Why did 1 ever see your  face? I was reckless and careless then.  I had damned the decent side of me  that now Is quivering alive. 1 have  tried to blot your face from my memory, but lt ls useless. I shall always  see It."  On the lawn Just outside the window  low voices were heard through the increasing rain. Tbey passed, and after  a moment he softly unlatched the window.  "Goodby," he said.  She stretched out her hand. He  touched I4", then drew the window  wide. As he stepped noiselessly down  on to the springy turf the lightning  flashed again, a pale green glow that  seemed almost before ber face. She  drew back, and tbe same Instant,  through the thunder, the electric bell  on the wall rang sharply. She threw  on her dressing gown, thrust her feet  into slippers and hastened from the  room.  The same flash that had startled Jes  slca lighted brightly the physician and  the watchman, who stood at the corner of the building, having finished  their tour of inspection. It was the  latter who had found the open door  and who had aroused the doctor, insist  ing that be had seen a man In the hall  The other bad poohpoobed this, but  now by the lightning both saw the  figure emerge from the French window  and disappear in the darkness.  They ran back, the physician ahead  The window was not locked, and they  stepped through it into an empty room  "To be sure!" said the doctor disgustedly. "He was here all the time, heard  us searching the balls and took the  first unlocked door he found. Miss  Holme, no doubt, is sitting up witb  Mr. Stires. Not a word of this," he  added as they walked along tbe ball.  He barred the outer door behind the  watchman and went on. As he reached  David Stires' room the door opened,  and Jessica came out She spoke to  him in a low, anxious voice. "I was  coming for you," she said. "I am  afraid he is not so well. I cannot rouse  bim. Will you come in and see what  you can do?"  The doctor entered, and a glance at  his patient alarmed bim. Until dawn  he sat with Jessica watching. When  the early sunlight was flooding the  room, however, David Stires opened  his eyes and looked upon her quite  naturally.  "Where is Harry Sanderson?" he  asked. "I-thought he was here."  She looked at him with a forced  smile. "You have been dreaming," she  answered.  "I suppose so," he said, with a sigh,  "but it was very real. I thought he  came in and spoke your name."  She stroked his hand. "It was fancy,  dear."  He lay silent a moment Then he  said, "If it could only have been Harry you married instead of Hugh, for  he loved you, Jessica."  She flushed zz she said. "Ah, that  was fancy too."  It was the first time since the day of  her marriage that he had spoken  Hugh's name.  Chapter 21  3  Hurry made his way  dowu the mountain in  the blank and heavy  dark, correcting his  path by the lightning,  he had faced squarely  the question that in that  dim room had become an imminent demand.  "What if I love her! What right  have I to love her, with a wretched  name like mine? She bas refinement,  a measure of wealth no doubt, and I  am poor as poverty, dependent on the  day's grubbing in the ditch for tomorrow's bacon and flour. Yet that would  not stand in the way. I am uo venal  rogue, angling for tbe loaves aud fishes.  Whatever else she cursed me witb, nature gave me a brain, and culture and  experience have educated it With  hand or brain I can hew my own niche  to stand iu."  So he had argued, but his argument  ended always with the same stern  and unanswerable conclusion: "To drag  her down In order to lift myself! Because she pities me���pity is akin to  love���shall I take advantage of her  interest and innocence?"  In the cablu through tbe long hours  till the dawn began to Infiltrate the  dark hollows of the wood be had lain  wide eyed, thinking. When day came  he had cooked his breakfast and thereafter sat watching the havoc of the  storm through the window. Hours  passed thus before tlie fury of tho  wind had spent itself. At length he  rose, threw open the door and stood  looking out upon the wind whippo��'  foliage and the drab desolation of the  fog. Theu he threw on his mackinuv*  coat, picked up his gold pan and climb  ed down the slope. Beneath all other-  problems must lie the sordid problem  of his daily food- He had uncovered  a crevice in the bed rock at the end of  his trench the day before, and now he  scraped a pailful of the soggy gravel  it contained aud carried it back to the  cabin.  With a sigh he took off his damp coat  and threw a log on the fire. He ab  stractedly watched lt kindle, then filled  and lit his pipe and turned to the book  shelf. He ran his hand absently along  the row. Where had been that wide.  dim expanse of library walls that hov  ered like a mirage beyond his visual  sight? He chose a volume he had been  reading and turned the pages.  All at once his hand clinched. He  gave a choked cry. He was staring at  a canceled bank draft bearing his own  name���a" draft across whose face was  written In the cramped hand resembling the signature a word tbat seemed  etched in livid characters of shame-  "Forgery!"  "Pay to Hugh Stires���the sum of  ?5,000." He read the phrase in a  hoarse, husky monotone, every vein  beating fiercely, his body hot with the  heat of a forge. There it was, a hideous chapter of it, the damnable truth  from which he had shrunk!  Did the town know? He snatched at  the draft and read the date. More than-  a year ago, and  it had been presented for payment in a dis-  tantclty, the city  near which he  had been picked  up beside the  railroad track.  The forged name  was the same as  his own. Who  was David  Stires? His father? Had that  city been his  home once and  that Infamous  act the forerunner of his flight  or exile? He  looked at tbe paper again witb painful  intentness. It was canceled, therefore  had been paid without question. Vet  the man it had robbed had stamped it  with tbat venomous hallmark. Clearly  the law had not stepped in, for here he  was at liberty, owning his name. He  had been let go, then, disowned, to carry his badge of crime here into the wilderness! And bow bad he lived since  then?  He stumbled to a chair and sat  down, his frame rigid. He thought  of the robbed sluice in the gulch below, of his own unhappy adventure of  the night How could be tell what he  had done���what he might do? Minutes went by as he sat motionless, his  mind catching strange kaleidoscopic  pictures that fled past him into the  void. At length he rose and went to  the window. Far down the hillside a  faint line through the mist spanned  the gulch bottom. A groan burst from  bis lips.  "That Is the hydraulic flume," he  said aloud. "Gold bas been stolen  there in tbe past again and again.  Some was stolen two nights ago. How  do I know but that I am the thief?"  Was that what Prendergast had meant  by the "safe way to beat the game?"  A shiver ran over bim. "How do 1  know!" he__thought. "I can see myself���the evil side of me���when the  dark had fallen waking and active. I  see myself creeping down there, stealing from shadow to shadow, to scoop  the gold from the riffles when the  moon is under a cloud. I see men  sitting from dark to daylight with  loaded rifles across their knees watching. I see a flash of Are. I hear a report I see myself there by the sluice  boxes, dead, shot down in the act of  a thief, making good the name men  know me by!"  The figure of Jessica came before  him, standing in her soft white gown,  her hand against her cheek and tbo  Jasmine odors about her.   Tbe dream  (Continued next week.)  'Forgery I"  IMINES AND MINING!  # -       ��  o*����0����0#����a-j>0��a#>>��#��e#��--*����  F. A Rots, late manager of  the Nickle Plaie minr, has gone  to Mpxico.  The tolal output of Ontario  mines for the past, six months of  lhe year was $10.649.9:3.  J. Parke Channing is examining the Miami and New Keystone  properties at Globe, Ariz.  John Beutley hns recorded  four claims on a hugh iron deposit ou San Juan Isla.nl.  R. R. Hcdley, former smelter  malinger at Nels mi, l*ns been  visiting- the mines ni K mi.-ops,  last week.  Thc Aurora mine, at Movie,  has shipped its first car under  the new manajifinent and more  will follow. Two shifts are  working.  ises. In their opinion the district  will uudoubtly be the richest and  bigest producer on all Seward  peninsula. One nugget found is  worth more than $700. The new  discovery has been known only a  short time and the news of the  i icli find is sure to cause a big  stampede from Nome to the upper Kougarok.  ELECTION TIME  " After the a*e Of 5 0 people find that  their strength is not what it used to be,  and they frequently suffer from sudden  exhaustion, and weak heart action.  Fo all such-.we recommend the invigorating tonic Fcrrovim. composed of  fresh beef, Citrate of Iron, and pure  old Spanish Sherry Wine. Nothing  could be more beneficial in such cases.  $1.00 a bottle.  Work on the Rlkhorn mine,  which is almost within Greenwood city limits, Iras been resumed by the Boundary Mining  & Exploration Co. Limited.  The Silver mines of Cobalt  were discovered by Walter Mc-  Quat, as long ago as 1873. The  report was pigeon-holed. What  a lesson in red tapeism this is.  During an election a man walking along a quiet street way  startled to see a house door suddenly opened, and a man fall  bumping down to the sidewalk.  Picking him up the pedestrian  asked what, was the ma Iter.  "That's my club in there,"  said the huinin projectile. " It's  a political club; there are nine  Junes men in there and I'm for  Smith. They threw me out. But  don't worry. I'm going in and  clean 'em all out. You stand  here and count 'cm "  In lie went, and, sure enough,  in a minute the door burst open,  and a figure cleared the steps  without touching.  "One! " said the spectator, holding up a finger.  " Hold on!" said the prostrate  one; "don't begin to count yet  This is only me again!"  Summit Camp, the mining centre which is now attracting attention, at the headwaters of the  Tulameen river, has ore- that  assays in the hundreds. The  ore from the>Ccltic Chief is galena carrying values in gold, silver, copper and lead. The first  claim *was staked in Summit  Camp in 1891.  The fourth annual meeting of  the Conpolidated Mining and  Smelting company of Canada,  which operates the Snowshoe  and other mines at Phoenix was  held last Tuesday in Toronto.  The company will increase its  capitalization from five million  to seven million five hundred  thousand dollars.  The joint sessiou of tbe American Institute of Mining Engineers and the Western Branch  of the Canadian Mining Institute, held in Spokane on Oct. (>,  was a decided success. E. Jacobs  read a paper on coal resources and  mining in Alberta. Amongst  those preseut were several mining men from the Boundary,  Frederic Keffer, II. P. Dickinson,  A. B. W. Hodges, and M. D.  Mcintosh.  Wonderful are the rapid  changes the discovery of gold  makes in a region, Take Gold-  field, Nev., for example. Our  recollections of it are of arriving  there in a blinding sandstorm  with eyes, nose, ears and every  stitch of clothing filled with  sand. The name Sandstorm  seemed appropriately give to one  ot its now prosperous mines. A  few tents, barren and inhospitable looking rocks, sagebrush, unlimited sand and a few prospect  holes *was what there was a very  few vears ago of Gold field. Today ii. is tbe seat chosen for tbe  American Mining Congress.  You won't be disappointed if you  get the genuine ,,D. & L-" Menthol  Plasters for stiffness backache, etc.  Successful remedies are imitated, look  out for the original "D. A L." made by  Davis & Lawrence Co.  THE ONLY WAY  Couldn't get work, was that it?  Out of employment, eh?  Men, women, and children  starved  to  death���  You hear of it everyday.  This cursed life ain't worth its salt;  We're better out of the way.  There's  the Mssus, she's half dying;  He don't care a jot���  God forgive me saying it,  'Ell can't be half so hot.  What'* the meaning  of   that, d'you  think  England's far too full.  ,'Send them out to the West," says I,  To the We��, to thc Weat, Jonn Bull.  ���C. H. Bonnhtt.  Canadian Bear grease will surely  grow hair. That's why Btarlne> the  pomade made from it, makes hair  grow.   50c. a jar.  Miners on the upper Kougarok  river in the district of that name  have uncovered an immensely  rich paystreak ten miles long  and hundreds of feet wide ou the  river bed. The exceedingly  light rainfall this summer made  it possible for the miners to uncover the gold. Heretofore it  has been imposible to determine  the values. Cautious mining  men declare that the uew strike  is better than the Anvil creek  diggings in the early days and  that the future holds great prom-  A contemporary points out  that King Edward is actually a  clergyman of the Church of  England, that his Majesty is in  good standing, being a prebendary of St. David's in Wales,  drawing the munificent salary of  $5 a year, and may preach one  sermon a year in his cathedral.  Under the circumstances, surely,  the King is to be commended for  forbearance. His nephew the  Kaiser would never permit such  opportunities to pass unimproved. The King has evidently  more regard for his parishioners  than many licenced preachers of  less exalted degree.  Onlv 10 votes against the Nelson tramway bylaw were cast.  There were 259 votes cast for  the proposed up to date stret t  railway system, It is a sale bet  that 9 out of the 10 were hopeless cripples or deformed and  that the remaining one owns a  monoplane, which accounts for  their having no use for the   cars  aiige  r>  The Kootenay  broiler and  toastingr door is  very spacious.  Largre enougrh  for a feed door.  Free Booklet  on request.  Turn  utton to  open clean-  outdoor. Use  scraper and  pan, and flues  can be  cleaned  out in  a minute.  For sale by the Hunter=Kendrick Co., Ltd.  SCHOOL REPORT  Following is the school repirl  for September:  DIVISION 1���J.  I..  WATSON.  Pupils actually attending        23  Average daily  attendance  21.95  Percentage of regularity  95.43  Pupils present every session���  Mildred Hancock, Marjorie. McArthur, Grace MacKenzte, Eileen  Oliver, Hazel Redpath, Frances  Rowe, Ina Redpath, Lottie Sutton.  DIVISION II���J.I    MACKBNZIIv  Pupils actually  attending        23  Average daily attendance  21.90  Percentage of regularity  95.21  Pupils present every session���  Lena Archibald, Leo Barnett,  George Eales, Maudie Eales, Harold Hunter. Judith Johnson,Grace  Redpath, Robert Smith, Sutherland Smith, Lucile Smith, Donald McAllister, Daniel McKee,  Winnie Skelton.  DIVISION III���M. CUNNINGHAM.  Pupils actually attending        34  Average daily  attendance-  32.43  Percentage of regularity  95.38  Pupils present every session���  Ernest Archibald, Jean Coles,  Francis Tordan, Sadie Jordan,  Sam McAllister, Josephine McKee. Harold McKenzie, Cecilia  Mcintosh, Muriel Redpath, Vera  Redpath, Arthur Rees, Catharine  Rees, Ruby Smith, Tom Taylor,  Annie Thomas, Helen McKay^  SCOUTS PATROL SONG  Ace rdintr to the ���/uven.-.ner.rs  new ron tract ��� iih ine (Jic.it  Xortbi-rn Kailw.. v'. mail is to be  whizzed across the continent like  chained lightning. The new-  time from St. Paul to Seattle it-  47/y hours, or 15 hours less than  the previous best time. Tbis  brings the tinm from coast to  coast down to three and a half  davs. This will be a great benefit to the commercial interests of  tbe Northwest. The new contract is for a period of four yetrs  and is worth $2,000,000.  A BOON TO MOTHERS  When children are Injured!  Minister���"I made seven hearts  happy today."  Parishioner��� "How  was that?"  Minister���"Married three coup-  lee."  Parishoner���"That only makes  six,"  Minister���"Well, you don't  think I did it for nothing."  (Trade Murk.)  CIVE VOU AN APPETITE I  TONE YOUR NERVES!  MAKE VOU STRONCJ  . MAKE VOU WELL I  Dr. i:ur-j>.:-s   Med. Supt   of the  V\ l'r l. 1;.---,.it.I IT liis-me, "Montreal,  '' j r :���-.-.'.W. ��������� it <������< ''������.- !r.*iily and gives us  1...; i..:.- Y\. ,u ;.i wm: liis name.  r.Oc. and SI .00 Bottles.  DAVIS St I.AWKENCr. CO.. Montreal.  Children are always sustaining cuts,  bruises, burns etc., and not, infrequently contract ringworm, scalp diseases,  and similar skin troubles at school.  Mothers will find Zam-Buk without  equal for all these accidents and diseases  Mrs. Thomas Allen, 156, Water  Street, St. Mary's (Ont), says���"My  daughter Mildred. 4 years old, waa  severly burned by falling on a hot flat  iron. She was burned nn the heel, instep, and on the thigh vcrv badly 1  at once applied Z.im Buk, which eased  the pain, and in the course- of a few  days the wounds were thoroughly  healed."  Mrs. George Aldridge, 12. Louise  Street, Stratford, says���"While playing barefooted about the yard niy sc-n  Bertram, 6 years old, stepped on a  broken glass bottle., which cut vrry  deeply into his big toe. The cut was  so deep that I sent for a doctor and  had 1 lie foot properly dressed, the doctor leaving a lotion to he applied daily.  Under this treatment, however, t. e  wound seamed to get no belter, but on  the contrary inflammation set in. A  kindly neighbour then recommended  Zuu-Buk. We obtained a supply, and  aftor a few applications the child  seemed to rest better, and tne pain was  very much reduced. In a few days,  under the Zam-Buk treatment, the  wound assumed a better appearance,  and from that time healing was very  rapid. Inflammation and soronr>s  were finally completely banished and  in ten days from the first application  of /Jam Buk, we took the bandages  from the foot. I feel sure that but for  Zam-Buk tiie child would have had a  very bad time, and might have had to  sacrifice tiie toe."  Not otiiy for cuts, burns, bruises,  etc., is Zam Buk effective, but also,fur  serious .-kin (liseaser, such-as co.enij,  ringworm, ulcers, etc. It also cures  poisoned sores, chronic wounds, bad  leg, piles, festering sores, chapped  hands, cold sores, frost bite, and all  skin injuries a ml disease*. I >ru agists  and stores everywhere sell at 50c. a box  or post free for price from Zam-Buk  Co., Toronto; 3 boxes Si.25. You are  warned against harmful imitations  sometimes represented to be "just as  good."  Harvard, the oldest universitv  in the United States, was founded  in 163f..  Mr. Rudyard Kipling has written a "patrol song," for the Boy  scouts, of which two verses run  thus.  Look out for the birds of the air.  Look ont for the beast of thc field.  They'll tell you how and where  The other side's concealed  When   the  blackbird   bolts    from  the  copse,  And the cattle are staring about,  The wise commander stops  And���all patrols look oui!  Lock out when your front i.s clear,  Aud you feel you are bound   to  win,  Look   out   for   vour   Hank   and   your  rear-  For that's where surprises begin.  For the rustletli.it isn't a tat.  For the splash that isnt a trout,  For the boulder that may be a hat  All patrols look out:  The second national apple show  will be held in Spokane the middle ot next month. All apple  growing districts of the Northwest are making plans to maintain the records established last  year, and the competition promises to be keen. The orchards cf  the Middle West and eastern  states are to be more widely represented, according to indications.  Tbe new king of fruits will be  fittingly honored by* the energetic j  ���   ~~1��� ���f   -V.T* tr-,.11,- ���:*��� Take  notice   Hint   I. S    T.   Lir-t-ii.  of Ro.-'<  people of the 1�� alls city. ! Cri.ek>,. L.   inu,Iul ,��� .MM)U. to tlli. Stt|ierlll.   ���  i i.-mlt-nt  <��f   I'olice.  :n   the   expiration   cl   o: e  ' nioiitli   from  the .late lierei.f.   for a renewal of  If   the average man    dOCSll  t get . ���,,- i���,���,i license for the premises kmmu as the  Kivemide Hotel, at Rock Creek. 15  C.  Dated this Sill dav of October, rH".  SAMUEL  T. LARSEN*.  0~4t Rock Creclf. B.C,  Invest 25c- i" a- '>OJ- ��f Davis' Menthol Salve and be prepared for ulcere,  neuralgia, old sores, etc.  Application Ior Liquor License  all  that's coming  to  him he is  lucky. THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  pSSSSSyjBi^^  i���ream  akingPowderf  ��  Made from cream of tartar derived  solely from grapes, the most delicious and healthful of all fruit acids.  TOWN TOPICS  Percy Morey  has returned  to  Ymir.  aud bread. The singing of the  choir was especially pleasing.  In the evening the Greenwood  Patrols of Boy Scouts were  present, under the command of  Captain Hargreaves.  H. H. Cookson, of Nevada, an  elder brother of Wilfrid Cookson,!  paid a short  visit to Greenwood \  Don't forget  the  Apple  show  in Spokane Nov. 15-20.  Dad says he'll be tagged if he| ti,js week on his way to Victoria  goes on the street today.  Three cheers for the  girl  who  For Bronchial and Throat Affection's, Allen's Lung Balsam is unequalled.  METALS.  New York, Oct. 14���Silyer,  51^; Electrolytic copper, 12 25 to  12.50.  London, Oct. 14���Silver 23^;  lead, ��\Z 5s 3d.  sells the biggest number of Tags.  Sam  Larsen,   of  Rock Creek,  g^-^^^ae^^  Mr. Cookson is a mining man ; Oct. 14���Closing quotations on  and was much interested in the' the New York curb and Spokane  Boundary mining industry. .exchange:  "1 COULDN'T KEEP HOUSE WITHOUT  A SACK Of  Old jiir-li^ht Heaters.  ( ��kl box Heaters.   Old coal Heaters    SI.00 and up  2.50 and up  3.00 and up  New air-tight Heaters     3.30 nnd up  We Have the Goods  We will accept your old stove  in exchange.  ti  21  Phone 16  *���'<&&&';%&&?��  The Stove and Furniture Man  Greenwood, B. C.  y;p��';;?T!'mwtm??wil^  &  EGINA  TCHES  te��>  ABS0LUTFLY GUARANTEED  ALL.  SIZES ALL,  PRICES  COME   IN  AND  SEE  THEM  *=5  AT  an $ Co'$���  ^aiuuiaiaiaiTuiaaii4��huiuaauaiiuu��tiiUUiauiaua  K  INBS0R  ��TEL  CHARLES McCLUNG, Proprietor.  | Finest Furnished House in the Boundary j  u  -;���  Stcnni   Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with   electric  lights.   .}  ;  ��� !  First-class Bar     Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  ;<  rr-  "^  GREENWOOD  a���d MIDWAY  STAGE  I.eav.\s   Greenwood al 7 a m.  to  cdtiiieci with Spokane 11 a in; ind  ;it 1 ]i in    wiih  I<eremens  train.  J. McDonell  [Ifc.  A  WANTRD ���Position us liou.sckceper  or governess in Hritisli Columbia by a  lady in Bnglai-d Address letters to  " N,'' Times oflice. Greenwood, R. C.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  TIMES  Kirst wreck one mile below the Jew  tunnel and half a mile above the Gentile tunnel. Sunshine struck Jack  Frost and knocked him into the moisture. Help the sun by buying a Heater  of the Stove and Furniture man, A. L<  White.  ROOMS FOR RENT in brick block  Apply at Thomas Drug Store.  Newand old Heating Stoves.  New and old Stove Pipe.  New and old Stove Boards.  New and old A. L. White.  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE  In Wellington Camp The property  known as The Golden Crown, with  plant and equipement now found thereon.  For terms and particulars apply to  G. R. Coi.dwell,  Brandon, Manitoba.  was a visitor to town  this   week.  H. P. Dickiuson, of Ross] and,  was a visitor to town  this  week.  Judge Hrown he'd court at  Hcdley and Penticton last  week.  Dr. S. Trayuer is now in practice with Dr. Dickson, at Phon-  nix.  S M. Johnson, P. L. S., came  in on Sunday's train from the  North Fork,  I Crawford, the Rock Creek  merchant, was a visitor to towu  on Wednesday.  Is your subscription due? You  can easily tell bv looking at the  label of your paper.  Alex Robinson, of Grand  Foil's, was a visitor to Greenwood on Wednesday.  Monday was pay day at the  B C Copper Co. smelter, and  the Mother Lode mine.  Dr. Newton Powell, chairman  ol t1n> Methodist Conference was  a visitor to town on Monday.  Tbo Auditorium is the place,  T-might 8.30 tbe time, and a free  concert for Tag wearers the object.  If you buy more than one  Tag  today vour are entitled  to several  more   smiles    from    the    seller,   "b***���  See you get them.  Charles Ilatnmer^tad, shift boss  at the Mother Lode mine, returned from a trip to his home iu  Sweden, last week.  Tim Walsh leit ou yerterdays  stage, to catch the east bound  Great Northern train. He has  gone east on business.  Austin Logan, of Logan Bros,  jewellrv firm, returned on Monday from an ex\ended trip to  everywhere in Alberta.  Greenwood Court House has  received a new coat of paint this  week. The work was done by  Evan's brothers, painters.  Mr. and Mrs. Cummius celebrated their pearl wedding this  week. The Times extends its  heartiest congratulations.  Some beautiful specimens of  free gold ore were brought down  this week, by Mr. Fuller, from  the Bav mine, clos�� to town.  R. K. Stevens has at last  found his real vocation. He has  a position with a prominent real  estate firm iu Vancouver aud is  making millions.  Mr. and Mrs. Redpath left   for  their holidays on   Saturday  last,  by wav of Spokane.    Mr.  Supon  is  acting  station   agent in  Mr  Redpath's absence.  The owners of the Flag station have secured a black and  white housekeeper. Her name  is Martha. She purrs in three  keys and is a miik drunkard.  Mr. Helm, who was Great  Northern telegraph operator i-i  Greenwood years ago, is now located at Pasco, in the real estate  business and was married lust  week,  Willie Smith, of the Times  staff was U) years old on Monday.  Better have one 16 year old Devil  in the composing room, than 16  one year old Devils in the Editor's  sanctum,  The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian church will meet at Mrs.  Frederic Keffer's house, Tuesday. Oct, 19. at 3 o'clock. All  are requested to be present. Important business.  The annual Harvest festival  ���was celebrated, on Sunday last,  in St. Jude's church. The decorations were exceptionally good,  and consisted   of   flowers,   fruit  Bid    Asked  T. B. Drummond, who has re-; -3 q Copper       6.12   6.37  signed as general   manager   for':QrarJby  95.00 105.00  Newhouse Mines & Smelters Cor- j,^, _.  appointed  poration,     has   been  general manager for  the Inspiration Copper Co., at Globe, Ariz  Etnil   Lundxuist   has   succ  Mr. Drummond.  A. N. Pellv, au oldtimer, came  in on Tuesday's train from Vancouver. Mr. Pelly visited the  Jewel mine on Wednesday and  has left for Montreal on his way  to England. His old friends  were particuUry pleased to. see  him again and regrut the shortness of his visit.  Tlie beneficial effect of iron  apon the system weakened  :c'c^e"d; through illness, overwork or  ! anemia, is well known. Fer-  roviin is a preparation which  supplies the valuable element  in the most efficient way, combining with it the nourishing  qualities of beef and the mildly stimulative effect of sherry  wine. Ferrovim costs. $1.00  a bottle at druggists.  GENERAL NOTES  San Diego, California, will hold  a Pan a ma-California exposition  in 1��J15.  One million fruit trees are to  be planted in the Yakima valley  this fall and the  coming  spring.  Ven. Archdeacon Beer, of Kaslo, has laid the foundation stone  of the new Anglican church at  Summerland, to he known as St.  Stevens.  AND  9f  'te*  MENTHOL  PLASTER  The "D. & L." Emultions win build  you up, will nmke you fat and healthy.  IT specially beneficial to those who are  "all run down "  OBITUARY  FOR BACKACHE,  SCIATICA, PLEURISY,  STITCHES. CRICKS,  NEURALGIA. RHEUMATISM  Rich 25c. in air-tight tin box;  yard rolls $1.00, can be ent to any  size.  Rewnre of worthless imitations.  ?   DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Montreal,   m  Universal Bread Maker  Is what housekeepers  everywhere say.  You can get them at the store of  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co, Ltd.  ALSO EVERYTHING IN  Groceries and Fruits  Just the thing  Violin Recital  Monday, October 18th  The musical event of the season  I  Mrs. Hannah Nelson, the aged  mother of William Nelson, the  proprietor of the Pioneer hotel,  died Friday, October 8, at Winona, Minn. She was 75 years  of age, being bom at Gutten-  berg, Sweden, in 1834. Tn the  year 1857, the Nelson family settled in Winona, and Mrs. Nelson  lived through the terrible experiences of the Minnesota massacre  of 1862, wheu the Siou-x Indians  almost depopulated the state  The Times wishes to express its  sympathy with Mr. Nelson in his  sad loss.  The death occurred on Friday  morning last, at the Sacred Heart  hospital, after a short illness, of  Harry Fox, who was a familiar |  figure to most of the residents of  Greenwood.  THE BOY  WONDER  A CANADIAN KUBEL1K  ASSISTED BY  PERCY S. HOOK  PIANIST  By missing- this Boy Wonder you miss  the niusicial treat  of the  season.   Come early.  CORBY'S SPECIAL SELECTED  RYE WHISKY  '4  11 Greenwood Ctquor 0o<  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  ADMISSION, 50c and 75c  Tickets for sale at Logan Bros  FOR SALE  Palace Livery Stables  Four-roomed house and lot at corner  of Church street and Kimberly ave.���  $200 cash. Write to W. D. Flinn, Top-  penish, Wash.  THANKSGIVING DAY  Don't try to patch up a lingering cough by experimenting.  Take  Allen's  Lung  and relief is certain to follow.  Cures    the    most    obsiinntc  coughs, colds, sore throuls, or  bronchial inflammation.  All dealers.  DAVIS & J.AWRENCE CO., Montreal.  J  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of ImBrovements.  NOTICE.  "Paymaster Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate in tlie Green\v(.oil Miiiinir Division ol  Yale OiBtrict. Where located: In Oraliam  Camp, soutli of au<l adjoinitiir P. ran ad a  mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE tliat I, Georire K. Naden,  Free Miners' Certificate No. H27217, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Milling- Recorder for .1 Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining a  Crown ('.rant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this llth dav of October, A. D. 19t��.  6  GKORGE R. NADEN.  FOR SALE, CHEAP���A coal stove  with piping- and drum. Apply to Rev.  F. V. Venables.  For Thanks-jiving' Day, October 25,  the Canadian Pacific Railway company announce a rate of fare and one-  third for the round trip. Tick:1s will  be on sale October 22nd lo October  25th, inclusive, final return limit October 27th  FOR SALE  Small steel range, only used a short  time.   Price, $15.  Apply P. O. Box 44, Greenwood.  FOR SALE  Fine three-year-old colt, well bred,  and very gentle, ready to break.  Call at Fritz Haussener's place, near  Greenwood. 50  DRAYING---We Can Move Anything  F. C.  BUCKLESS  PROPRIETOR  ���   WATER NOTICE  For Sale or Rent���Pianos, Sewing  Machines. The O. I. C. New and 2nd  Hand store.    A.  L.   White,   Phone 16.  FOR RENT���3-room house suitable  for baching.  Apply at Thomas Drug Co.  Why not take it easy by the side of a  Heater bought of A. I,. White?  For Sewing Machine Needles and  Oil see A. L. White, the Stove and  Furniture man.  NOTICK is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V ofthe  "Water Act, 190V' to obtain a license in the  Similkameen Water District, Division of Yale  District.  (a.) Tbe name, address and occupation of  the applicant: Isaac IT, Hallett, Greenwood,  II. C, Solicitor.  lb.) The name of the lake, stream or source  is McCarrc-ii creek, a creek arising in Central  ��� amp, and emptying into Boundary creek.  (c.) The point of diversion: On I<ot 3083,  and about the centre of said Lot.  (d.) The quantity of water applied for (in  cubic feet per second):   Two.  (e.) Thc character of the proposed works:  A dam with flume ol pipes 1i>adiiiir therefrom.  (f.) The premises on whicb the water is to he  used is the Garnet Mineral Claim, Lot 2794, in  Siuiilkamecu Division of Yule.  (g-.) The purpjses for which the water is to  be used: Irrigation--purposes, and purposes  incideutdl tlterej/^''  (ll.) If for irrigation describe the -laud intended to he irrigated, g-ivinp acreape: Lot  2724, in Similkameen Division of Yale District,  con tain i nf SI acres.  (i.) Area of Crown laud intended to be occupied by lhe proposed works:   Not any.  (j ) This notice was posted jn the 20th day  of August, 1909, and application will be made to  the Commissioner on Hie Fifth day of October,  1909.  (k ) Give the names and addresses of auy riparian proprietors orlicens3B who. or whose  lands, are likely to be affected by the proposed  works, either above or below the outlet. Mark  Ch istennon, Boundary Falls, B. C, Robert  ������'ood aud ass ciates, Greenwood, li. C, S. T.  Smith, Grand Forks, B. C.  I. H. HALLETT,  52-4t Greenwood, B. C.  THE CANADIAN BAN!  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000       Reserve, $6,000,01  DRAFTS   ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIBi  Arrangements have recently been completed under which the branchea  of this Bank are able to issue Drafts on the principal points  in the following countries:  Austria-Hungary Finland Ireland  Belgium Formosa Italy  Brazil France Japan  Bulgaria. Fr'ch Cochin-China Java  Ceylon Germany Manchuria  China Great Britain Mexico  Crete Greece Norway  ���Denmark Holland Persia  Egypt Iceland Phillipine Islands  Faroe Islands India Roumania  NO  DELAY IN ISSUING.  Russia  Servia    ,  Siam  South Africa  Straits Settlement  Swedeu  Switzerland  Turkey  West Indies  and elsewher-^  FULL  PARTICULARS ON  APPLICATK  J, T, BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood   Branc  ARE Y��& BRY?  T  l  I  I  T  WE BREW GOOD BEER AND  ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS  Call up 'Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co.  BEER        BEER       BEER  U  -Wi  H SCHOOL  SDPPL1ES  WALL PAPER/vNew shipment just arrived.  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