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 y^_^..;.,-j-!i\3��  y  tt  VOL. 14  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5.   1909.  No. 9  NEW  FALL  MILLINERY  All new ideas in  Ready-to-Wear  Trimmed and  Pattern Hats  Everything you want in Millinery at tempting prices  BARCLAY c& CO.  DRY GOODS BOOTS & SHOES MILLINERY  ^:  ft  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Don't Buy Furniture  Till you see Gulley's stock and get  Gulley's prices. We are offering  snaps in  all  linesr        .       .        .  Headquarters for CARPETS, CARPET SQUARES  and LINOLEUMS at Rock Bottom Prices.  Agents for Edison Phonographs and Records.  Agents for Bell Pianos and Organs.  Everything in the Furniture Line.  -*  T. fll. Goney & Co.  ^=  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  NO SECURITY  FOR CREDITORS  A Singular Omission in the McBride Railway Policy.  % What is of great interest to the  people in Greenwood Riding, in the  McBride Railway policy is the attitude  of the McBride administration in regard to the Midway-Vernon Railway  and its unpaid wages and supply bills.  The people want the road constructed,  and at once, but they also demand  that the old debts be paid, and Mr.  Bowser says (referring to the old  Midway and Vernon Railway company charter) : '' The province was  liable for the grant for this section  through the old Midway-Vernon deal.  The owners of this charter came and  made a proposal which meant but little increased liability to the province,  with far. greater benefits. The new  line would be constructed without  aid from Midway to Penticton, but  on the section from Penticton to  Coutlee a grant of $850,000 was  proposed.''  Do you know what this means?  IW  0  ll  1  FRESH FROM FACTORY  Hot Water Bottles, 2, 3 and 4 quart, $1 to $2.75  Fountain Syringes, 2, 3 and 4 quart, $1 to $3.25  We will guarantee any of our Red Rubber Bottles for one year. Each box will  be stamped with date of your purchase,  Sent Postpaid to any Address  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC GO,  THE STORE OF QUALITY.  Who are now the  '' owners "  of  this charter?  How did they get it?  On what terms?  Why do the new "owners" prefer to take their subsidy on the Pen-  ticton-Coutlee end of the line rather  than on the Midway end ?  Remember this: The Midway-  Vernon subsidy was liable for the unpaid wages of the men who worked  on the part already built. If thcj-e is  no subsidy, on the Midway end, there  is no fund out of which these cl-^ms  must be paid. The Government,  by switching the subsidy, gives' uiJits  POWER TO COMPEL PAYMENT.  It is said there is an agreement between the Midway and Vernon company and the new "owners," by  which some of these construction  claims are to be paid.  Is there any such agreement?  If there is, it ought to be published,  word for word. Even if there is,  what guarantee is there that it will  ever be enforced and the men paid.  The government under the new  agreement, has evaded its responsibility and given up control.  So far as appears, the men, who  have been waiting for years for payment of the construction claims on  the old Midway and Vernon, are now  being deserted by the government.  The men, Robert Wood and his associates, who conceived the idea of  the Midway and Vernon, and spent  their time and money to make it a  reality, will get nothing.  And the men, who worked on the  old line, must now look to a private  agreement, which is not disclosed, as  their only hope. The Government  washes its hands of them.  Explain this, Mr. Bowser?  COAL PROSPECTS  AT MIDWAY  M-ARTHUR-WILSON-ROWE  J)  P. BURNS & CO.  A very pretty wedding   took  place on Wednesday morning last  at 7 o'clock, at tbe borne of the  bride's mother, ou  Silver street'  Greenwood, the contracting parties  being William Edward McArthur-Wilson, only son ot Mrs.  J. C. McArthur, and  Miss Louie  Grace Rowe, the eldest daughter  of Mr. and Mrs.  Thomas Rowe,  both of Greenwood'    The happy  ceremony   was performed by the  Rev.  F.  Vernon Venables, Miss  Marjorie McArthur playing  tbe  wedding march.    The bride was  given  away  by  her father, and  wore   a   most   becoming   cream  CAshmere costume trimmed witb  lace  and  satin,  and a beautiful  spray of orange blossoms,    The  house was tastefully decorated in  green, and white flowers.    After  the   ceremony the ' bridal   party  partook of an enjoyable wedding  breakfast.    Mr. and Mrs. Wilson  drove  to  Midway  to catch  the  Great Northern train to Spokane.  On their return tbe happy couple  will occupy the Rutherford residence   on   Church  street.    Both  the   bride   and   bridegroom   are  iioth well known- and most popular,   and  have the good wishes  of all their many friends in which  the Times most heartily joins  Fall and winter goo-is arriving-daily.  Barclay & Co..  Buy  winter goods from Barclay &  Co.    They wilTsave you money.   A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT  On Sunday morning last, C. P.  R. engine No. 1385 jumped the  track near Eholt, on the Phoenix  spur, and fell 200 feet down a  steep hillside. Both Leo Mc-  Astocker, engineer, and George  Beattie, fireman, jumped, the  former landing 40 feet down the  declivity, and the latter about ISO  feet. The injured meu were  brought to the Greenwood hospital and four doctors were immediately requisitioned.  Leo McAstocker, who died from  his injuries on Monday morning  at the Greenwood hospital, was  only 23 years old, and was recently married. Much sympathy  is felt for his widow in her sad  and sudden bereavement. George  Beattie is recovering from his  serious injuries.  CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR  Work on the coal property west of  Midway, owned by the Boundary  Mining and Exploration company,  has -been going on uninterruptedly  since September 1 with very gratifying results. Some surface work had  been done prior to that date, and a  number of showings were located. A  shaft was then sunk to a depth of sixteen feet, cutting through the coal  seam, which was about five feet in  thickness at that point, to the sandstone bedrock. From this point the  seam was followed for sixty-five feet.  This shaft was intended for prospecting only, and proved the continuance  of the seam to depth between clean  and well defined walls.  At the present time work is being  done on a tunnel from the flat below  the bluff where the shaft was sunk.  This tunnel will crosscut the coal  seam at a depth approximating 150  feet and will open an enormous area  from which coal may be taken by  drifting. The mouth of the tunnel  is about thirty-five feet above the level  of the Canadian Pacific tracks, so  that the handling and shipping of the  product may be done over a gravity  tramway.  The company has secured options  on over 1,000 acres of land in the  vicinity where the surface indications  and the formations point to the presence of coal. It has also staked three  square miles to the west of its present holdings on which it will secure a  lease from the government. Arrangements are now being made to secure  a drilling outfit to prospect this extensive area. The location of the  present workings is on land owned by  the company, comprising some 500  acres and including some very valuable  ground along the Kettle river.  In addition to the coal activity in  this locality, it is learned that the In-  graham Creek timber limits are to  start immediately upon the erection of  a mill, which they expect to have in  operation before summer. They  have taken an option on ten acres of  land owned by the Boundary Mining  and Exploration company, which they  propose to use as a mill site.  SCHOOL REPORT  LIBERAL  CANDIDATE  D. A. McDonald received the  Liberal nomination at the Liberal convention last Saturday  night. Mr. McDonald has lived  in Greenwood for a number of  years. He was for some time assistant to H. McCutcheon in the  Greenwood Customs office. He is  a part proprietor of the Boundary  Creek Times, and one of the largest shareholders in the company  developing the Midway coal fields.  Mr. McDonald bears a sterling  character and has a host of  friends. He is a bachelor, and  40 years of age. He is largely  interested in Greenwood Riding,  and in any event, will not desert  tbe district he is expected to represent at Victoria, after November 25th.  GENERAL NOTES  )  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Fresh Meats  Poultry and Game  Copper Street, Greenwood, B,  F. JAYNES  GROCER  A Christian Endeavor society  was been formed in Greenwood  last week, with the following  officers: president, H. A. Hook,  vice-president, Miss Mcintosh, secretary-treasurer, Miss Archibald,  organist, Miss McArthur, musical director, D. Hardy. The society extends a hearty welcome to  the young people to join them in  their Wednesday evening meetings.  AUDITORIUM DATES  i  AND-  BAKER  Ogilvies Royal Household Flour  $2'���� a Sack  Get your ticket at A. Logan  & Co's jewellry store for the Cas.  sels-Percival Entertainers, Wednesday, November 10th.  Don't forget the Union Show  Tuesday nest, November 9.  POSTPONED  The conclusion of the "Resources of Greenwood " article is  postponed for a while for want  of space.  Thomas Drug Co. have two  unique window displays this week,  one showing the famous " Sani-  tol" goods, and the other "En-  thymol Tooth Paste," used all  over the world.  Following is the school report  for October:  DIVISION 1���J. I,. WATSON.  Pupils actually attending*       23  Average daily attendance  20.30  Percentage of regularity  86.26  Pupils present every session���  William Johns, Hazel Redpath,  Frances Rowe, Gordon Smith,  Ina Sutton, Lottie Sutton, Ward  Storer.  DIVISION II���J. I. MACKENZIE.  Pupils actually attending       23  Average daily attendance  22.07  Percentage of regularity  95.00  Pupils present every session���  Lena Archibald, Leo Barnett,  Joy Cummins, MaudieEales, Judith Johnson, Donald McAllister,  Daniel McKee, Geo. McLeod,  James Oliver, Ted Proctor, Grace  Redpath, Robert Smith, Sutherland Smith, Dick Taylor.  DIVISION III���M. CUNNINGHAM.  Pupils actually attending        34  Average daily attendance.  31.35  Percentage of regularity  92.21  Pupils present every session���  Ernest Archibald, Jean Coles,  Kathleen Hardie, Dorothy Johnson, Francis ��� Tordan, Sadie Jordan, Sam McAllister, John McArthur, Helen McKay, Harold  McKenzie, Cecilia Mcintosh,  Ethel Pond, Muriel Redpath,  Vera Redpath, Arthur Rees,  Catharine Rees, Ruby Smith,Tom  Taylor.  Many school children suffer from  constipation, which is often the cause  of seeming stupidity at lessons.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tablets are an ideal medicine to give a  child, for they are mild and gentle in  their effect, and will cure even chronic  constipation. Sold by druggists &  dealers.  A. terrible explosion occurred in  the Parker dye works in Toronto  last week.   Many were injured.  England's twelfth dreadnaught  battleship cruiser, the Indefatigable, was successfully, launched  last week.  All the bricks for the several  new brick blocks in Grand Forks  are made by the colony of Douka-  bors who bought tbe Coryell ranch  and are buying the Vaughan  ranch.  The only lode mine being work-  in the Federated Malay States is  that belonging to the Raub Australian Gold Mining company, in  Pehang. In 1898 there "were 77,-  257 tons of ore crushed, yielding  14,653 ounces of gold.  England seems at "last to be  waking up to the necessity of  having a Department of Mines  at the Home oBace, and the creation of the post of Chief-Inspector of Mines. Gladstone, when  the subject was brought before  him, some years ago, said that  the absence of a Department of  Mines in the Home office was  something in the nature of a  scandal. He looked upon a  mines department as being absolutely essential, a branch devoted  especially to the mining industry  and to all questions which refer  to it.  LIBERAL VIEW OF  M.-V. RY. DEBTS  Acceding to ancient mythol-  6gy, Orpheus went to hades to  find a wife, but some married  men can't understand why it was  necessary.  Advertising is the greatest  positive creative force in the  world of modern business.  The following letter to Mayor  Bunting, over the signature of  the Liberal leader, John Oliver,  M. P. P., shows clear the standing of the Liberals in regard to  the unpaid debts of the Midway  & Vernon railway, and is in striking contract to the disertion ot  the creditors of that road by the  McBride railway deal:  Mayor Bunting, Greenwood. U. C :  Sir���Reverting to our conversation  on the 13th inst., in respect (o moneys  owing to workmen, who have been employed upou const riic'i-jiJ work on th-;  Midway Verti n railway, it is quite  clear from the reading of lhe Midway  arid Vernon Subsidy Act that if the  railway com pany failed to pay its workmen, the Government would be entitled to retain a sufficient amount of the  subsidy lo secure the payment of tbe  workmen's wages This provision  would be binding upon the company,  its contractors, successors or assigns.  As to the monejs owing by the company or its con tractors for supplies, the  provisions of the Subsidy Act does not  make this a charge against the subsidy  nor do they empower the G-ivernniriit  to retain any part of ihe subsidy for  the purpose of meeting these obligations.  In view of the circumstances surrounding che construction of this road,  and of the fact that there is r< ason to  believe that the disability's of the  company were to some extent caused  by the action of the Government in  casting doubts upon the rights of the  company to receive the subsidy, I  think it would be well, for the government to consider the advisability of so  amending the Subsidy Act, that not  only the wages of the woikinen, bi-t  that all moneys owing to the cith.ei s  of British Columbia, for supplies furnished iu connectiou with the coi -  struction of the road, should be a  charge against any Provincial Subsidy  which the company would be entit.ed  to receive. 1 would favor such an  amendment.   I am yours truly,  Jqhn Ouvek.  The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian church will meet at Mrs.  Or. Warren's house Tuesday aftei-  noon.  C. J. Leggatt, Barrister, was  a Midway visitor this week.  Croup is most prevalent during the  dry cold weather of the early winter  months. Parents of young children  should be prepared for it. All that is  needed is a bottle of Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy. IV; any mothers are  never without it in their homes and it  has never disappointed theni. Sold by  all druggists & dealers.  Sufferers from rheumatism find instant relief in "The D. & L." Menthol  Plaster. Be sure and get the genuine  Made by Davis' & Lawrence Co.  Now is the lime to get your winter  shoes the Mother lode store is the  place.    See page 4.  For stylish Millinery. Barclay & Co.  Cutting prices iu Greenwood, are  they? Greenwood is progressing at  last. Mother lode store prices have  always been cut. If you don't believe  it, phone Bailey and see. Orders delivered anywhere in Grrenwood.  Look at Mother Lode store advertis-  merit on page 4.  TENDERS WANTED  Tenders will lie received up to Monday, tbe  IStli day of November, 1909, for tlie installation  nf a steam beating ami ventilatiag plant in tlie  <.'reemvood public school building.  Plans and specifications may lie scec at the  oflice uf the umlersicrt-ed.  The lowest or anv tender not necessarily accepted. G. It TAYLOR,  Secretary to-Trustees.  Greenwood, 11. C, Nov. ', 1W).  Digging boots, fine and heav/ .'hoes,  uudorwear, shirts, collars, &c. At iO  per cent under cost.   See page 4.  CoiIBllS and COldS.--1* everything  has failed, try Allen's Lung Balsam  and be cured.  For Sale or Rent���Pianos, Sewing  Machines. The O. I. C. New and 2nd  Hand store.   A. L.  White, Phone 16.  Boots and Shoes for ladies and children, all sizes, and prices the lowest.  Barclay & Co.  The Strongest Guarantee  Ever put on a Wood Stove is behind  Cole's Air Tight!!  These are the reasons we took on this stove and the reasons we recommend it to you:  1. It is guaranteed to remain air tight as lonir as used.  This is positive assur ice of permanent satisfaction, for  a non-air tight wood stove is as useless as a watch without a main spring.  2. It is a perfect radiator of heat, iriviniroff all the heat  produced by the fire. Thc heat from buralafYbini-le  newspaper can bo felt across a room.  3. It holds fire over night with light wood, cobs or  trash. The fire is never out���and by simply puttini* in a  little fresh fuel In the morning, you can heat up a room  llrom zero to tsO decrees in five minutes' time.  4. It sells at a reasonable price���$3up���and every sire  Stove is covered by the guaranty.  5. It burns wood and any kind of lighter fuel, cobs,  rubbish, etc.  6. Its features arc all patented and have been widely  lm itati-tl bit t never duplicated. This would-be tlielt ofthe  desirable points is so stronsr a testimonial in favor of  Cole's Original Air Tight Wood Stove as to have been  a. deciding point iu our bur purchase.  7. Made by one of thc greatest stove concerns on  earth, one whose Guaranty is as good as this government's.  Keme-aber Price���$3 up  Each Stove Guaranteed  We  have  the  exclusive   agency for Cole's j  ir Tight Wood Stoves.  You cannot buy them anywhere else.  FOR SALE BY THE  MTBHUKK CO., LID.  o. THE   BOUNDARY   GREEK TIMES  0=**  <r*  (r*  Cr*  CF*  e=*  Cr*  Cr*  <��!  Cr*  Cr-*  >-=2  CP**  e=^  o  ..Bank of Montreal..  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid ap, $14,400,000.        Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President:   Lord Strathcona. and Mount Kovai.. G, C. M. (1.  President:    Sir Gkoroe A. Dkdmhond.K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and Geueral Mana-rer :   Sik R. S. Clous-ton. Bart  Branches in London, Eng. I cu*rinPr&cnldU New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and CablS Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partiof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, manager.  ber of undesirable citizens.  LOCAL GOVERNMENT.  The election of all police commissioners and license commissioners in  cities, towns and rural municipalities  by popular vote.  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  *=9  - *y  **0  THE BANK OF  The   slayer   of Prince  lfco,  of  Japan, used poisoned bullets.  73 Years In Business. Capital and Reserva Ovor $7,000,000.  Money Earning  Money  Small   -weekly   or  monthly   deposits  in    a    Savings  ���'      Account   soon  count up���Interest compounded at highest  current rates.  Deposits of $i.oc and upwards received  Greenwood Branch^/H. F. STOW, Manager.  James Hill bas secured control  of the Graves electric lines in  Spokane.  Wanted���A. joiner to mend the  broken Spanish cabinet and re-  upholster Alphnnsn's throne.  time has arrived when Canada, as  a nation, should make such a  demonstration and show to the  world what she has accomplished  in agriculture, arts and industries. It is a happy idea to combine this project with the Selkirk  Centennial Celebration in 1912.  Winnipeg is the natural center  for such an historical event, and  it should have the cordial endors-  ation of every true Cnnadian."  DavlS' MenttlOl Salve is a handy  pleasant and efficacious household remedy for insect and mosquito bites and  sting's, skin diseases, pile's, ��tc. Try  it.    25c. per tin.  PAST EVENTS  "Votes for Women" is the  lame of a monthly periodical,  launched by the Washington State  Equal Suffrage association. Mrs.  M. T. B. Hanna, of Edmonds, is  the editor, and her assistants are  Adelia H. Parker, Mary G.  O'Meara and Rose Glass. The  primary purpose of the publication is to draw support to the  constitutional amendment for  equal suffrage that is to be voted  on in the State of Washington in  November, 1910. Ultimately the  magazine is to be made uaiiuual  in its scope.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  I.  H.  HALLETT  Hakkistkh. Sor.iciroK,  Notary Ptblic  Cable Address:       ���'Hai.lktt."  I Bedford M'Ncill's  Cooks -- Morein^ A N^al's  / Leiber's  JOHN D. SPENCE.  Barristkk ami Solicitor,  Kemlo'l   lllock.  Greenwood, S. C.  C AE.   SHAW.  DoU'NlON    ANI)    I'KOVINCIAI.  1.AN1)   MJI'VKYUI',  Greenwood, B. C.  1'. O. K.i    ���-?, I'll.hi.?  FRIEOOLPH WERNER,  Ck \m:.vi'i" oi; Kan ^tadt. S\w,  l U.NSl'l-VATORY.  Will be   I'.icliiii-r      i in.i ami   Violin iu   Wreen-  w.i.i.l t*v.;ry M.inday and Tuesday,  WILLIAM FLEMING,  TRANSFER ORAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave ordi-rs at Matthews'Cigar Store.  iY��?Y0bY   BOUhDAl-V   VALLEY    LODGE  ''���YwK-Y'���' No. 38.1. 0.0. F.  Metis  i-��i-rj    liie-xta-    l.veninj; al H (HI in  the  1   l>. II.  r    Hall.     A   ...irdial  luri tntion is ex  lemtt-.l i.< all hojuuiihiik hrethern.  ALUI'KT LuGAN, KRE1) B. HOLMES,  N. C. V. i..  F. EDIVAKI) BROWN, Rec. Sec.  Che  Boundary Creek Times  Issued ���verv Trldav  Dr. Cook is having a harder  time to prove his discoveries than  he had to accomplish Ihem, but  he'll win out yet.  The Jeff D^vis brick block in  course of construction at Grand  Porks will cost $35,000, and is a  magnificent structure.  SUBS'. KII'TlOIt'S IN  ADVANCE.  Pkv  Ykah      2 00  Six  Months       Tc   F'lKBIUN   CnilNTRlHS   FRIDAY. NOVF.MBEK 5. IW.  THE LIBERAL POLICY  The platform of the Liberal  party in British Columbia should  be read carefully bv every voter  in Greenwood Riding. Attention is especially invited to the  clause re. Crown Lands. At the  present writing would-be settlers  on crown lands in British Columbia have no published government  information or government maps  and surveys to guide them. There  is nothing of this nature accessible or available to the public, and  it is the intention of the Liberal  party to deal with this most important land question, ��s clause  No. 4 states. Thirty-three years  ago survey maps of the provincial lands open for settlement  were in every land office, large  maps, six inches to tbe mile, and  any would-be settler was enabled  to know clearly where good laml  was obtainable. Today there is  nothing of tbis nature to be  found. Read tbis Liberal program carefully  and vote for the  man who in upholding it   in this  Riding���Mr. Alex. D Macdonald.  RAILWAYS.  Construction of railways urgently  needed in British Columbia to be  aided by grants of cash or bonds and  by exemptions from taxation for a  Gseeivivood, s C.' p .riocl 0f ten years after completion,  conditional upon: (a) Immediate  commencement and dili-rent prosecution of the work of construction,  (b) The effective control of rates  either by the lieutenant governor in  council or the board of railway commissioners, and (c) The payment,  durin-r construction and the period of  exemption from taxation, to all mechanics, laborers or other persons who  perform labor in construction or on  maintenance or in operation, of such  wages as are generally accepted as  current for competent white workmen  in the district in which the work is  being performed.  TIMBER.  Provision for the extension of special timber licenses to be made by the  substitution for the present timber  licenses of licenses renewable from  year to year granted on the following  conditions: (a) That rentals and  royalties may be fixed from time to  time. (b) That the licenses shall  be held subject to such regulations  with regard to the manner of cutting  and the preservation of the timber  covered by the licenses as may be  promulgated by the lieutenant governor in council. (c) That agricultural lands required for settlement  may be withdrawn from the operation  of timber licenses by order of the  lieutenant governor in council after  reasonable notice has been given to  the licensee to remove the timber  within the period of time fixed by the  order, (d) And that for the cutting  and removal of such timber the wages  paid shall be such wages as are generally accepted as current for compe  tent white workmen in the district in  which the work is performed.  FOREST   RESERVE.  The maintenance of the present  reserve on the unlicensed timber lands  of the province until such time as the  timber is required for actual use, said  timber at that time to be surveyed,  and the quantities having been estimated, disposed of by public competition from time to time in suitable  quantities, a reasonable reserve price  being fixed.  CROWN   LANDS.  The prosecution of a vigorous policy of land settlement; the granting  free to settlers on reasonable conditions of residence and cultivation,  suitable agricultural lands- the alienation of other Crown lands only under  conditions which insure their use; the  making of surveys and publication of  maps and reliable information making  the latter readily accessible to the  public.  MUNICIPAL   REVENUE.  The transference of the power of  levying and collecting taxes upon personal property within municipalities  from the Provincial government to the  municipalities in order to augment the  inadequate revenues of the existing  municipalities.  SANITARY REGULATIONS.  Rigid governmental inspection of  all places of human abode and the enforcement of building, health and  sanitary regulations so as to insure, as  far as possible, the safety of human  life, and  to  abolish  and prevent the  Martin Burrill and A. S. Gond-  eve. of Rossland, were Hpeakers  at the Conservative meeting lasl  Friday night at Grand Forks.  Scientists now claim that a  cataclysm, such as dwarfs the  most violent earthquakes on our  planet, bas ended life in M'irs.  OCTOBER.  25���Agincourt. 1415. Balaclava.. 1854. Sou'h African Republic annexed by  Britain. 1900.  26���Hogarth died. 1764. Von  Moltke born, 1800.  27���Surrender of Metz, 1870..  28���Alfred the Great died, 901.  29���Sir Walter Ruleigh beheaded, 1618 John Keats born,  1795.  30���Yoemen ot the Guard  formed, 1405. G'tmbetta born,  1838.  31���All Hallows' Eve. Earl  -��f Rosse (designer of the great  reflecting telescope), died, 1867.  . Of the twelve thousand letters  that are annually written and  posted, eight thousand million  are written in the English language.  The old, old story, told times without number, and repeated over and  over again for the last 36 years, but it  is always a welcome btory to those in  search of health���There is nothing in  .the world that cures coughs and colds  It is well to have on hand  a remedy, simple, effective and  easily applied, for mosquito  bites, insect stings, sores,  bruises, sunburn, aud injuries  to the skin, and forty other  ailments not always dangerous, but which can be cured  by outward application. Such  a remedy is Davis' Menthol  Sal ve(TheD.&L.), which conies  i'i tins for 25 cts. at druggists.  WiatAfcYw}  Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent headaches ^coated tongue, bitter or. bad taste in morning,  "heart-burn," belching of gas, acid risings in throat after  eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells,  poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred  symptoms?  If you have any considerable number of the  above symptoms you are suffering from biliousness, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia.  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is made  Up of the most valuable medicinal principles  known to medical science for the permanent  cure of such abnormal conditions. It is a most  efficient liver, invigorator, stomach tonic, bowel  . regulator and nerve streugthener.  The "Golden Medical Disco*-ry" is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum,  a full list of its ingredients being printed on its bottle-wrapper and attested  under oath. 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Copyright   1908-     The  Bobts-Mernll   Comiany.  at dusk on the second evening the office of tbe Mountain Valley House was  -emptied and the barrooms and gaming  tables well nlgb deserted of their patrons.  Jessica   had   seen   the    mustering  crowd from the hotel entrance.   Mrs.  Halloran   had   welcomed  her  errand  ,ythat day;and given her her best room,  Va chamber overlooking the street She  had persuaded her visitor to spend the  afternoon and Insisted that she stay  to supper, "Just to see how she would  !  like it for a steady diet"    Now, as  | Jessica passed along toward tbe moun-  - tain  road the  spectacle  chained  her  feet on the outskirts of the gathering.  She watched and listened with a pre-  '  ���-������'.��� CSL-.y  y HaUelvJah Jones teas in hi* element.  occupied mind.   She was thinking that  on   her   way   to  the  sanitarium   she  would cross to the cabin for a good  night word with the man upon whom  her every thought centered.  .   As it happened, however, Harry was  at that moment very near her.   Alone  on the mountain, the perplexing conflict of feeling had again descended  upon him.   He had fought it, but it  had  prevailed  and  at  nightfall   had  driven him down to the town, where  the  street .preacher now * held forth.  He stood alone, unnoted, a little distance away near the courthouse steps,  .where by reason of the crowd Jessica  could see neither him nor the dog,  which sniffed at the heels of the circle  of bystanders as if-to inquire casualtyof salvation.   . ">'���<���  y Numbers  Were  swelling now,  and  [the street preacher, shaking back his  long hair, drew a premonitory, wavering   chord   from   his   melodeon   and  struck up a gospel song.    The-, song  W ended, he mounted his camp stool to  'propound his usual fiery, text  y  The watcher by the steps was gazing  with a strange, alert intentness. Some-  -' thing in the scene held him enthralled.  Hallelujah Jones knew the ; melodra-  ��� matlc value of contrast   As bis mood  called he passed abruptly from exhortation to song, from prayer to fulmlna-  -iion, and he embellished his harangue  with anecdotes drawn from his lifelong  -campaign agaijnst__the arch-enemy of  - spols. Of what he had; said" the soll-  ?fery observer had been quite uncon-  ���^elous. It was the ensemble���the repe-  : tltlon of something experiences somewhere before���that appealed, to him.  Suddenlij*,  however,  a chance phrase  - pierced to bis understanding.  .Another moment and he was leaning  ' forward, bis eyes fixed, his breath  -Straining at his breast For each, word  '-of the speaker "now was knocking a  sledge hammer blow upon the blank  wall in his brain. Hallelujah Jones  had launched Into iho recital of a story  which, though the-stern charge of o  bishop had kept bim silent as to name  and locality, yet; possessing the vivid  ness of an actual experience, bad lost  little in the telling. It was the tale of  an evening when he had peered through  the tilted window of a chapel and seen  its dissolute rector gambling on the table of the Lord. ^ -  The :  words;   shrieked    themselves  through Harry's brain.   Harry Sanderson,  not   Hugh  Stires! y Not  an  outcasts    Not  criminal,   thief  and forgerl   The  curtain was rent.  The dead wall in  his brain  was  down,  and  the  real  past  swept  over  him  In  an  ungovernable  flood. Hallelujah  Jones had furnished the clew  to the maze.   His  story   was   the  last great wave,  which had crumbled all at once  the cliff of oblivion that the normal process of the recovered mind bad  been  stealthily   undermining.    Harry  Sanderson at last knew his past and  all of puzzlement and distress that it  had held.  Shaking ln every limb and feeling all  along the courthouse wall like a drunk  en. man, he made bis way to the further deserted street A passerby would  have shrunk at slgbt of his face and  his burning eyes.  For these months be, the Rev. Henry  Sanderson,- disgraced, had suffered  -eclipse, bad been sunk out of Bight and  touch and hearing like a stone In a  pool For these months���through an  accidental facial resemblance and a  -fortuitous concurrence of circumstances���he had, owned the name and  ignominy ot Hugh Stires. And Jessica? Deceived no less than he, dating her piteous error from that mistaken moment when Bhe had torn tbe  bandage from her eyes on her wedding  day, she bad never seen the real Hugh  In Smoky Mountain. She must learn  . the truth. Yet how to tell her? How  could beJell-her all?  At any hour yesterday, hard as.the  telling must have been, he could have  told her. Last night the hour passed.  How could he tell- her now? Yet she  was the real Hugh's wife by law and  right He himself could not marry her.  If God would but torn bade tbe universe and give him yesterday! .  His feet dragging as though Sana  cold, he climbed tha mountain raaffi  [���  Barry Sanderson,  not Hugh Stires I  f  '  As lie walked he look from bis pocket  the little'gold cross, and his Angers,  numb with misery, tied it to bisjthong  watch guard. It had been only a bauble, a pocket piece acquired he knew  notiWhen or how. Now he knew it for  the badge of his calling. He remembered now that, pressed a certain way,  it would open, and engraved inside  vfoK his name and the date of his ordination.  He might shut the cabiu door, but  he could not forbld-the torturer that  came with him across the threshold.  He might throw himself upon bis  knees and bury his face in the rough  skIn_,of tbe coucb, but lie could not  shut out words that blent in golden  lettered flashes across his throbbing  eyeballs. "Thou shalt not covet thy  neighbor's wife."  So he crouched, a man under whose  feet life had crashed, leaving bim pinned beneath the wreck to watch the  Are tbat must creep nearer and nearer.  *******  Curiosity held Jessica until tbe evangelist closed his melodeon preparatory  to a descent upon the dance bail. Then,  thinking of the growing dark with  some trepidation, she started toward  the mountain.  Ahead of her a muffled puff-puff  sounded, and the dark bulk of an automobile was moving slowly in tbe same  direction, and she quickened ber pace,  glad of this quasi company.  -A little way up the ascent a cumbrous shadow startled her. She saw in  a moment that it was the automobile,  halted at the side of the road. Her  footsteps made no sound, and she was  close upou it when she saw the three  men it had carried standing near by.  She made to pass them and had crossed half the intervening space, when  some Instinct sent her to the shade of  the trees. They had stopped opposite  the hydraulic concession, where a side  path left the main road. It was the  same path by which she and August  Prendergast had taken their unconscious burden on. a night long ajjo,  leading along the hillside, bverlookitfg  the snakelike flume and forming a  steeper short cut to the cabin above.  They were conversing in low tones, and  as tbey talked they pointed, she  thought, toward it  . Jessica had never ln her life been an  eavesdropper, but her excited senses  tt was SUrea killed him."  made her anxious. Moreover, she was  in a way committed, for she could not  now emerge without being seen. As  she waited a man came from the path  and Joined the others. The sky had  been overcast and gloomy, but the,  moon drew out just then, and she saw  that the newcomer, evidently a patrol,  carried a rifle in the hollow of his arm.  She also saw that one of the first three  was the automobile's owner.  For some minutes they conversed in  undertones, whose very secrecy inflamed her Imagination. It seemed to  her that they made some reference to  the flume. Had there been another robbery of the sluice boxes and could  they still suspect Hugh?  Dread and indignation made her  bold. When they turned into the path  she followed, treading noiselessly, till  she was close behind them. Tbey bad  stopped again and were looking intently at a shadowy gray something that  moved ln the bottom below. "-  She heard the man who carried the  rifle say, with a smothered laugh:  "Ifs only Barney McGinn's old white  horse taking a drink out of the sluice  box   He often does that"  Then the sheriff's voice Bald: "McGinn's horse is In town tonight, with  Barney on ber back. Horse or no  horse, I'm going to"��� The rest was lost  In the swift action with which he  snatched the firearm from the fftst  speaker, sighted and fired.  In the still night the concussion  seemed to rock the ground and roused  a hundred echoes. It startled and  shocked the listening girl, but not so  much as the sound that followed it���  a cry that bad nothing animal-like and  that sent the men running.down tbe  slope toward an object that lay huddled by the sluice box.  In horrified curiosity Jessica followed, slipping from shadow to shadow.  She saw the sheriff kneel down and  draw a collapsed and_ empty horse-  skin from a figure whose thieving cunning it would never cloak again.  "So it was you, after all, Prendergast!" the sheriff said contemptuously.  The white face stared up at them,  venomous and writhing, turning about  the circle as though searching for some  one who was not there,  y "How did���you guess?"  The sheriff, who had been making s  swift examination, answered the panted question. "You have no time to  think of that now." be said.  A sinister look darted Into tbe flint-  big yellow eyes, and hatred and ��**  -txftD(-r mm-hin-x tta* i-namtetgast  >stniggled to a ttttag posture, then  fell back, wan.usd. "Hugh Stires!  He was the ���nly-r-one who knew���how  'it. was done. Hes.clever, but he can't  get the best of Prendergast!". A spasm  distorted .his features.    "Walt���wait!"  He fumbled in his breast, and his  fingers brought forth a crumpled piece  of paper. He thrust it into the sheriff's hands.  "Look! Look!" he gasped. "The  man they found murdered on the claim  there"���he pointed wildly up the hillside���"Dr. Moreau. 1 found bim���dying!   Stires"-  Strength was fast falling him. He  tried again.to speak, but only inarticulate sounds came from his throat  A blind terror had clutched the heart  of the girl leaning from the shadow.  "Dr. Moreau"���"murdered." Why, he  had been one of Hugh's friends! Why  did this man couple Hugh's name with  that worst of crimes? What dreadful  thing was he try Ing'to tell? She hard  ly repressed a desire to scream aloud.  "Be careful what you say, Prendergast," said the sheriff sternly. .  The wretched man gathered force  for a last effort. His voice came tn a  croaking whisper:  "It was Stires killed him. Moreau  wrote It down���and 1���kept the paper  Tell Hiifrh���\v<> brenk-ev-pn!"  |0.Chapter 85^J  HIL1> the man whom  thc towu knew as Hugh  Stires   listened  to  the  �� t   ��� tale  of   the   street  -   \.s. preacher,   another,   un-  *"**-* like yet  curiously  like  him lu feature, had slowly climbed tbe  hilly slope from the north by the sanitarium road. He walked with a jaunty swagger bred of too frequent applications to a flask In bis pocket  As he walked unsteadily along Hugh  drank more than once from the flask  to deaden the superstitious dread of  the place which was stealing over him.  On the crest of the ridge he skirted the  sanitarium grounds and at length  gained the road that twisted down toward the lights of the town. In the  dubious moonlight he mistook the narrow' trail to the Knob for.the lower  path to the cabin. As he turned into  it the report of a rifle came faintly  from the gulch below.  He quickened his steps and stumbled  all at once into the little clearing that  held the new made grave and Jessica's  statue. The sight terrified his intoxicated imagination. His hair rose. Tbe  name on the headstone was Stires, and  there was himself���no, a ghost of himself���sitting near! He turned and  broke into a run down tbe steep slope,  In bis fear���for he imagined the white  figure was pursuing him���he tripped  and fell, regained his feet rushed  across the level spaee, threw his  weight against the cabin door and  burst Into the room.  A dog sprang up witb a growl, and  In the light of tbe fire tbat burned ou  the hearth a man sitting at the rough  hewn table lifted a haggard face from  bis arms, and each recognized tbe  other.  The ghost was gone now before firelight and human presence, and Hugh,  with a loud la'ugh of tipsy incredulity,  stood staring at the man before bim.  "Harry Sanderson!" he cried. His  shifty eyes surveyed the other's figure  ���the corduroys, the high laced boots,  the soft blue flannel shirt. "Not exactly in purple and fine linen," he said.  The impudent- swagger of intoxication  had slipped over him again, and bis  boisterous laugh broke witb a hiccough. "I thought the gospel game  was about played out that night in  "You were something of a howling swell  as u parson."  the chapel. And now you are willing  to take a bint from the prodigal. How  did you find my nest? And perhaps  you can tell me who bas been making  himself so at borne here lately?*  "I huve," said Harry evenly.  Hugh's glance, that had been wavering about the neat interior, returned to  Hairy, and knowledge and anger leaped into it "So it was you, was it?  You are the one who has been trying  his hand as a claim jumper!" He  lurched toward the table and leaned  upon it. "I've always heard that the  devil took care of his own. The runaway rector stumbles on my manor,  and, with his usual luck���Satan's luck  we called it at college���steps in just ln  time to strike it rich."  He stretched his hand suddenly and  caught a tiny object that glittered  ���gainst Harry-s coat���the little gold  cross which the other had tied to his  .watch guard. The thong snapped, and  Hugh sent the pendant rattling across  the doorway.  "You were something of a howling  swell as a parson," he said insolently,  "but vou don't need the Jewelry now!*"  (Continued next week.)  Loss of appetite and General Debility are quickly overcome by tbe  use of a few bottles of "The D. & L.  Emultion-  The .English parliament worked hard all night trying to force  through the big approporation  bill but could not budget.  ������-����������a����0��0-����*)ia����--i����a0a  Imikes and mining I  '�������������� *  �����..������ ��  �����������*��-��*��-*-������ ��������v����e *��-*#��  Then* are 286 producing mines  in Nevada.  The Granby smelter is llie  second largest in tbe world.  A NEW ENTERPRISE  Alaska copper de|��<sits are receiving attention f (itn minirg  men from nil putts ol   ibe w.-ild.  Tbe entire w. o��l work .--f ihe  Jewel mire mill is c<>ni|iiet<-<l nnd  the machinery is In-in^ i*j-|>i<lly  installcd.  fonciete ih lirinj- it-* ^ 1 \t-r\  largely as a subs iiiiu- !������- umbei  in mine supports anil is in great  favor with min in-- in in.  Princeton c<->iJ is bt-intj sold i-  Grand Folks The Midway coal  mines are nearer, and before lout-  will supply the whole district.  Messrs John Bell, of A G.  Lambert and Go., Ne'son,. and  Thomas B. Whiip, of Johnson,  White & Co., maniif-icturps < f  Hardwood lumber, staves and  hoops, Kola pore, Ont , ha*e m  'err-d into re-rotations with tbe  B'��ur<d--ry D<*vt>'o| ment and Ex-  ploralion C>, 'nf. Green wo d. to  purchase ten acres for a mill -ite,  in the immediate vicinity of the  cor��l mines west of Midwav.  Tliey have eli-ven limber limits  <*l"se by and vfili.rr-ct a mill before inst spring. Tliis n-eans  an Mddilinn��l indu-*lry fur Md-  wav and will be a distinct bo n  to the R u-mIm-p- district.  A. Meyer, of the B. C.   Copper  Co., h;is   n turned   from   the Na  poleon  mine at   Bo yds,   Wash..  where   he   lias  been   taking in- original lost bill  wftR found  iu   a  :pocki't.      lie    says     advertising'  A man in Kann.is is coi-vinctd  Mint adv.-rti^intr pay. He advertised lor a losf five dollar bill  nnd a stranger, who lind picked  one up on thi- streets, rea4 the  advertismenl and restored tie  bill to tin- advertiser. A few  d.ivs Inter, while looking over a  waistcoat   he   had   laid   off,   the  ventory.  pays one hundred per cent.  Guggenheimer   interests   bave   secured   control   of the   Western i    ,Vh������ ��� ��� .. . ��� .t1 . .    Lf_  When a cold becomes settled in   the  Fuel   Co..    which     owns   42.000 : system, it will take several days' treat-  acres of coal and timber lands on  ment to cure if- and the best remedy to  use is Chamber'aiti's Cough  Remedy.  Vancouver island. it will cure qtrcker  than  any  other,    anil alt,o leaves thesystem in a natural  E. L. Tale,   of Spokai e, is oo-  a"*-healthy condition.   Sold by drug-  .,       _   .. A      '     gists & dealers,  eratn-ig* the Quilp mme, at Republic, under a lease and bond.  The Quilp is one of the most  promising mines in  the district.  John Seward local manager for  the New Di minion Copper Co.,  has paid < ff the entire wages due  by the old company, this week.  The total was in the neighborhood ot $20,600.  L-ewishon Brothers, of New  York, have bought the Iron Top  Mountain group near Weiser,  Idaho. The ore is copper, and  iron. Active mining and shipping will be prosecuted.  A strike of a new vein of gold  ore is reported from the Dulutb-  Torodo mine, southeast of Che-  saw, on Torodo creek. It is asserted the new. ore will average  $15 per ton. Two gold bricks  were shipped last week to the  mint. They represent a value of  about #750 each.  The attractiveness of the Star  Entertainment Course lies largely  in the novelty of the various programs offered. The Casaels-Per-  cival entertainers were organized  to meet tbe persistant demand  for a thoroughly refined and  artistic entertainment, possessing  all the best features of high-class  concert and in addition, much  greater variety and interest.  YoUflff girls frequently require a  good invigorating and blood making  tonic. For this purpose nothing equals  Ferrovim, which is prepared from  fresh lean beef, Citrate of Iron and  pure old Spanish Sherry Wine. It  soon brings color to the cheeks and  strengthens the whole system. $1 a  bottle.  The Athelstan mine, in Wellington camp, will soon be able  to ship to the B. C. Copper company. The want of transportation facilities alone haye kept this  mine frcm being a big producer.  -It is now definitely announced  that the C. P. R. spur from Phoenix to Wellington camp will be  commenced at once and completed  before February next.  "I doubt ye are growing remiss, John," said a Scotch parish  minister. "I have not seen you  in the kirk these three Sabbaths.  John was not duly abashed.  "Na," said he, "it's no that I'm  growing remiss. I'm just tinker-  in' awa' wi' ma soul maseP."  A widower who was married  recently for the third time, and  whose bride had been married  once before herself, wrote across  the bottom of the wedding invitations: "Be sure and come; this  is no amatuer preformance."'  Many a frivolous woman twines  herself about a man's heart for  the purpose of stringing him.  IBST1NAT  /"tUTS and bruises art often very obstinate in refusing to  ^"^ heal. The edges of the wound remain Inflamed and sore,  and there is a daily danger of disease-germs settling on the raw flesh  and giving rise to serious complications. Thus, iicgiect or improper  treatment of an injury, be it a cut, burn, eu.-;<1, or tvcii a simple  scratch, is ��i menace to life.  In cas^s whei'3 wound3  r��fuG3   t -   i.>- .1   >; i-'chy,   l.t.thing   but  ���- '.J l:u.^ i.il: rul'y ar.i  / i ver a v.'.ur.d hns f e  ���   \.o:jiiJ j roof afjaii'.st  Z-am-fiuk will Buffics if t'.ie ski.i io t j i.: .  perfectly once again.    Zain-3u!- r��� jD-J j_  remarkable effect, not  only  of rer^e. '��� j  disease-germs, but of growing new o!:i:i-.-s  Thus Zam-Buk heals wound3 i i h y<  tha possibilities of eczema  and   c'.'.r.r   i-  entirely orevented. Possessing raij  1j .-ui  accomplishes what ordinary ointments ;..:d  ever-ready   character,    constant    rcliat>i:ity,    awci  absolute   purity,   render   it   distinct   frc:n    all      >^-        |B5 ~*--v*"*  other preparations.    If you dress yonr cul-     jfiro wW' 0:1 "*ni|T��  and sores with Zam-Buk you will never be      J&J* ���*"* Al^y *iHt  -***'*  troubled with " the wound  that  would      /'\t\$-   alf-   *  c-t!-/ natural n-at-ner, ai:d  ilni'.iig tkui-cs.-ases are  -.. ai * c-jeit'cs, ".am-Buk  bjivxri r-jvii-can do. and its  not heal."    Of all Druggists and Stores at SO cents a  box, or three for $125.  FREE.  Send this coupon (with  re. stamp to cover return  postage) to the Zam-Buk  Co., Colborne Str<-et,  Toronto, and a freo trial  box will ��e mailedn t once.  Zia-Bak Swp f  to. ]  CUTS-  fuser*^ bruises-I'.,.  .***. SORES  BURNS-//!  - ?Pius-piM?i.-:'"-ECZtiM*yw  -a- JaiUMAHSH-Sei'-T'CA-MDUGS/*;'  *^5CMrlU0S��MCKS-CKA��,��flt"*"'"-' * J  UHEQUAUID rot OflCKtriBS; ,  cycuars.*ocTB*u. f-uycjis.  . �� 3P0DTSMEH CtNtMUyj.  Steel Range  S1 Eg  <zz  m&m  The Kootenay  broiler and  toasting* door is  very spacious.  Large enough  for a feed door.  Free Booklet  on request,   ute  Turn  button to  open clean-  out door. Use  scraper and  pan, and flues  can be  cleaned  out in  a min-  McCLARYl5  For sale by the Hunter->KencIrick Co., Ltd.  Palace Livery Stables  Exiro Well  FHlefl lor  long  IF  onles  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  P. C.  BUCKLESS  PROPRIETOR  /-"���V--V  Greenwood-Phoenix Stage Line  Leaves Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  GREENWOOD  OFFICE:    L    L.   MATTHEWS'  CIGAR  STORE  Prompt attention to Express and Freight.  GILLIS & LAING, Prs.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN* That thirty  days after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  license to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the followin-r described lands, situate in the  Greenwood District:  Com men ci iij-j- at a p--st at the sotithvest corner  of Lot 2337, preemption, thence east eighty  chains, thence north ei({hty chains', thence west  eighty chaina, thence south eighty chains to  place of commencement, and containing &40  acres  Dated this 19th day of October, 1W>.  A. H. N'OYES.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thai, thirty  days after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for ��  license to prospect for coal and petroleum on  the following described lands, situate in the  Greenwood District:  Commencing at apost at the southwest comer  of Lot 2337, preemption, luetic" west eiifhly  chains, thence north el-fhly eliaitit, themv easl  el-rhly chains, thence south eighty chains to  place of -commencement, and containing 010  acres.  Dated this llth day of ..October, 1'Hfi.  J. II. EAST.  LIMITED  NOTICE IS HEREIJY GIVKN That, thirty  days after dale, 1 intend to apply to th-Hon.  Chief Oonimissioner of Land anil Works (or a  license to prospect for coal and petroleum oil the  following described lauds, situate iu the Greenwood District:  CommencinK' at a post at the southwest corner  of Lot Z33", prc-emptiou, thence south forty  chains, tbence west oue hundred anil sixty  chains, thence north forty chains, thence east  one hundred and sixty chains to place of commencement, and containing 640 acres  Dated this 19th day of October, 1909.  H. BUNTING.  NOTICE OF SALE BY SHERIFF  UNDER and by virtue of a Writ of Fieri  Facias issued out of the Supreme Court of II. C.  and a warrant of execution issued out of the  County Court of Yale, holden at Grectm-oixl.  both dated the llth September. 1909. at the suits  of Geor-je E. Greevy and R. G. Sidley, tespect-  ively, requiriu-r the levy by the sale of the  -roods and chattels of the defendant. The Lemon Gold Minim- Company of British Columbia,  the sums of $7,140.85, with interest and costs  and $105.69 and costs, respectively, tl-erc will be  sold by public auction at the Court House at  Greenwood on Wednesday, the 3rd day of November, 1909, at 5 o'clock p. m., a five-stamp  mill, saw mill, hoist, boilers, entrincs, cru��her,  steam fittinirs, tools, etc., more particularly described in an inventory, a copy of which can be  had on application to the undersijrned.  The said goods and chattels are situated near  Camp McKinney, B. C, about seven miles from  Bridesville, on the V. V. & E. Ry., where they  can be inspected. The above are all in irood  condition, having- becc only worked atx-.ut three  weeks.  Greenwood, B. C, 23rd September, 1909.  J. S. BIRNIE.  Deputy Sheriff.  Runs Daily Except Sunday  Leaves Greenwood  10 a.m.,  2  p.m.  and 8:30 p. tri  Leaves   Mother   Lode   Mine 8 a. ra.,  12:30 p. in. and 6:30 p. m.  Fare         50c  Koutid  trip SI.00  Trunk  loo  Crip          25c  lilankcts    50c  Parcels     25c  Late stage loaves Greenwood  Saturdays at 10 o'clock.  Head office. Mother Lode Mine.  Greenwood oflice, Xord^n Ujiel.  r  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  STAGE  ^  Leavos   Gre-r-wood at 7 a m.  to  connect with Spokane train; ind  at 2 p.m    with  Keremeos  train.  J. McDonell.  ek  -dfi  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  TIMES THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  TO WN TOPICS  A pure grape cream of  tartar powder. Its fame  isworld=wide. No alum,  no phosphatic acid.  There is never a ques=  tion as to the absolute  purity and healthfuU-  ness of the food it raises.  ii  I  ft  vy  Old iiT-lii-ht. Heaters  $1.00 and up  <'Ul Ini.x Heat<jrs,     2.50 and up  Old coal Heaters     3.00 and up  Xe\v air-ti^ht Heaters     3.30 and up  Have the Goods  We will accept your old stove  in exchange.  i.-.i  !���'  I       The Stove and Furniture Man  I Phone 16 Greenwood, B. C.  ^3?T^^HWM?m!??!mfH???mn^mwm?!wnn'mmmmmmfe!  ^  *=".  EGINA  WATCHES  ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED  AUL��  SIZES ALL  PRICES  COME   IN  AND  SEE  THEM  >=0  AT  ogan $ Co s.  -";' ������'���'��� .���������"���.'    ��� ��� ; v^-v��:��&'v;#^^  1 BUY YOUR MILK  gj    ��� ��� FROM  THB   GREENWOOD DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily  BOTTLED   MILK   A SPECIALTY  Fred   Jenks,   Prop'r.  ���a-  ���A  ^^^^^^  Mrs. VenableB will keep the  2nd Wednesday only as her "at  home" day.  Read the new Greenwood dairy  advertisment.  E# W. Bishop returned on Monday from Kelowna.  Save up now for the Church  Bazaar on December first.  Born���To Mr. and Mrs. J. L.  Watson, on Oct 28th, a son.  R. P. Williams, of Rossland  was a visitor to Greenwood this  week.  Is your subscription due? You  can easily tell bv looking at the  label of your paper.  The brick work of the Hyde  block is completed and ���be carpenters are iu pnssessien.  Wm. McBride has returned  from an extended tour of the  coast and eas ern centers.  The St.. Judos' Church Ladies'  Guild will mfot <->n Tuesday next  at the house of Mrs. Taylor.  O. R. Smith, superintendent of  the Granby mines at Phoenix,  was a- visitor to town on Tuesday.  A.. Hoy. ihe Chicago representative of the Sullivan Drill  Co., was a visitor to town tbs  week.  D.    Whi'eside.      Barrister nf  Grand   Forks,     pi'd   a  visit to  Greenwood in  the  early  part of  the week.  P. Brown, the new assis ant  assaver at the R. C. Copper O.,  smelter, arrived on Monday uight  to take his pusidon.  H. Bunting, mayor of Greenwood, has sold his building and  carpentry business and lumber  yard to Kenneth McKenzie.  A. Pi��nteso, was the lucky winner of the $5 00, gold piece. ��t  the Union show at the Auditorium last Tuesday night. Y-i r  turn next.  The Knights ot the Holy  Grail, of Greenwood presented a  handsome fountain pen to the  Rev. M. D. McKee last Mor.day  night as a parting souvenir.  The Ladies reading club wi'l  meet at the home of Mrs. G. B.  Taylor, Kimberly avenue, at 3  p. m., on Saturday. All ladies  interested will be most welcome.  Mrs. Manross, who has been  very seriously ill, is leaving- on  Saturday to visit her old home in  the east. Her father-in-law, Mr,  Mauross, and Birdie will accompany her.  A big horned owl was electrocuted in tne high voltage wires  of the South Kootenay power line  near town on Tuesday, . It  measured four teet from wing tip  to wing tip.  Her many friends will be glad  to hear lhat Miss Ward has re  covered fntn her recent seii us  illness, and will soon be able to  assume her position in the C. P.  R. land agents office.  The Grand. F- rks and Phoenix  rifle associations, are to meet and  hold a shooting c mtest tomorrow  at Phoenix. Why don't our  crack shots here get busy and  bring down the prizes?  The Oddfellows Ball on Monday night was a huge success,  and was attended by a very large  number. The dancers kept the  ball rolling till half past three  and everyone enjoyed themselves.  Among the long list of visitors  to Greenwood this week are the  following: Geo. H. Deane. of  Nelson; John H. Poff, of Victoria; Lome Campbell, of- Rossland, and W. E Hodges, Vancouver,  In retiring from the building  and lumber business, H. Bunting  wishes to thank all those whose  patronage he has enjoyed, and  hopes the same patronage will be  extended to K. McKenzie, who  has taken over the firm's business.  Miss Caroline CasselB has been  for years  the most popular con  cert singer on the Pacific coast.  She possesses a glorious contralto voice rich, full and sympathetic. Her songs appeal to  every ear while her pleasant  appearance delights the eye.  H. L. Replogle, attorney, of  Altona, Penn., was a visitor to  town this week. He is acting for  the relatives of George E  Greevy, in the matter of the sale  of the Lemon Gold Mining company's assets which took place  by SherrifE's sale on Wednesday  last.  The annual St Jude's Church  Bazaar on Dec. 1st, will be held  in the Auditorium. There will be  all manner of lovely needle work,  candy, flowers and other good  things to relieve evervone of surplus cash, and in the evening a  musical and theatrical entertainment.  Percival, the Wizard, is one of  the most accomplished and iver-  satile entertainers on the concert  stage. His marvelous performance of magic, mirth and mystery has delighted coutless people and is the most elaborate and  wonderful presentation of sleight-  of-hand and illusions ever seen  out si.le the largest cities of the  east. His program fairly bristles with laughable and incomprehensible tricks, always keeping the idea of refined humor uppermost. Another artist of reputation will complete this company whose engagement here is  booked for Wednesday Nov. 10th.  Tickets for sale at A. Logan &  Co.  Don't let an unscrupulous  lealer force on you an imita-  :iou of the "D. & L." Menthol  Plaster. Look for the "D. &  L," trade-mark on the tin. It  guarantees the genuine and  the most effective remedy for  Rheumatic aches and pains,  Lumbago, Sciatica, Backache,  etc. 25c. each. YarcT rolls  equaling seven of the regular  size $1.00.  .TRADEMARK  THE   BEST   TONIO  for all sickly people.  Makes new bloods  Citfes strength;  Restores vitality.  Taken after any Illness It!  hastens a return to health.  Davie & Lawrence Co., Montreal.  For Sewing- Machine Needles nml  Oil see A. 1.. White, the Stove antl  Furniture man.  FOR SALE  Aliens  lung Balsam  Contains no Opium.  Is the one Safe and Effective  Cough Remedy for general  faxaily use.   DAVIS & lAWUENCC CO.,  First 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.  Why not take it easy by the side of a  Heater bought, of A. h. White?  L.iciea' Reiuly-Lc-Wear Goods. Large  selection.   Barclay & Cu.  FOR RENT���3-room house suitable  for baching.  Apply at Thomas Drug Co.  Newand old Heating Stoves.  New and old Stove Pipe.  New and old Stove Boards.  New and o'd A. L,. White.  Bowling Alley, consisting of two  l'mnswii-k B.rke-t'olk-iKli r all- ys in  good r |>'.iir, eighteen assorted balls  and all necessary list tires.  Apply to E HaliHt, P. O B x 260,  Greoiwonrl, B   (\ 7  FOR SALE  Four-roomed house and lot at corner  nf Clm-ch stieet and Kimberly ave ���  3200 ca��h. Wri'e to W. D. Flinn, Top-  penish, Was-h.  FOR SALE  Small steel  range, only used a short  time.    Price, $15.  ���   Apply P. O  Box 44, Greenwood  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE  In Wellington Camp The property  known as The Golden Crown, with  plant and cquipemetit now found thereon.  For terms and particulars apply to  G. R. ColdwEU,,  Brandon, Manitoba.  MINERAL ACT;  Certificate of Iinprovements.  NOTICE.  "Paymaster Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate iu the rtreeawuod Mining- Division ol  Vale District. Where located: In Graham  Camp, south of and adjoining- Granada  mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Georce R. Naden,  Free Miners' Certi8cate No. B-J7257, intend, sixty days fro*n the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose ot obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that ac'.ion, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this llth day of October, A. D. 1909.  6 GEORGE R. NADEN.  Our stock of Millinery for fall is  large and complete. latest styles.  Barclay & Co.  Application lor Liquor License  Take notice that I, S. T. Larsen, of Rock  Creelc, B. C, intend lo apply tc'tue Superintendent of Police, at the expiration ol one  month from the date hereof, for a renewal of  my hotel license for the premises known as the  Riverside Hotel, at Rock Creek, B  C.  fated this 8th day of October, 1909.  SAMUEL T. LARSEN,  6-4t Rook Creek, B. C,  Slaughter Sale  ONE WEEK ONLY  COMMENCING^  MONDAY, NOV. 22  Digging Boots, Fine and Heavy  Shoes, Underwear, Shirts,  Collars, Etc., Etc,  10 Per  Cent  Below Cost  The Mother Lode Store  MOTHER LODJE MINE  Call us up right now.  Telephone B-l.  cnsfsy^r'^asfi^-assess: i  tt  I COULDN'T KEEP HOUSE WITHOUT  A SACK OF  AND  Universal Bread Maker"  Is what housekeepers  everywhere say.  You can get them at the store of  Russell-Law Caulfield Co.Ltd.  ALSO EVERYTHING IN  Groceries and Fruits  j*j*j*jtjtj*j*j*j*jlt,*jtj>tjtjjij*j. jtjljtj*j#j)ljtjljtjljtj*stjl&4tjt  Type in its most eloquent use ��  will not adequately describe the ��  extraordinary values in our Shoe ��  Department, so we will simply  confine our statements to a plain  mention of facts.  'Men's Box Calfskin Boots  $5.50 S4.65  Men's medium weight Calfskin Boots,  leather lined   ...      4.75   3 90  Men's heavy every day Boots, broad  toe,'a splendid wearer     4.50   3.65  One dozen Boys' genuine box calfskin  Boots, sizes 10 to 13     2-25   1.65  Men's carpet Houseslippers.     1.25      .95  W.W.CRAIG  STORE  *��  -A  %  V  *��  %  v.  J3t����jtJitStjfijlJ*jtjtJ*Jt#JtJ* ^Jt^tjtJljIJIJIJtjSjIJtJIJtjSjIJI  'i 53��55��55^5��55g>S5��^?5r55?-53Fv5ri-S^^  Just the thing  CORBY'S SPECIAL SELECTED  RYE WHISKY  Greenwood Ciquor go*  i  '-I  M  ���i  <-  <-  <-  <*  '<*  i\  M  il  IMPORTERS  GSEENWOOD  i  is^^fs^is^^^-a^^^  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000  DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES  Arrangements have recently been completed under which the branches j  of this Bank are able to Issue Drafts on the principal points  ln 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.        FULL  PARTICULARS  Russia  Servia  Siam  South Africa  Straits Settlements  Sweden  Switzerland  Turkey  West Indies 173  and elsewhere  ON   APPLICATION  J, T. BEATTIE, Managei-  Greenwood   Branch!  '&&Z2G��G&&��G&���2&��yZs:    ���-^^^��^��^��^��^��^��^��^S&^S^��^��^&^&<^&^&  w  I  \  AREY0U BRY?  Beer  Beer  Beer  WE  BREW GOOD BEER AND  ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS  Call up'Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co.  a.  BEER  BBSR  SEER  T  \\.  \\  \\  w  il  n  n  i  K^.'^45��^5��^5��S5S^^5^5^53^SN5H3^^^S^S^  u  fiv\r<  \A  Vi  SCHOOL  SUPPLIES  WALL PAPER'vNew shipment just arrived*  Latest designs and colorings,  Low Prices*  BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,   KODAKS  AMD SUPPLIES

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