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 oED'MiwisHEi)-%m:mmm  Greeof OBb^ Big Funiitur^Store  *S$  We carry the real thing in linoleums; Carpets and  Rugs1���goods that will wear well and give-good  satisfaction."- Our stock is complete now and "we  can suit you whether you want to furnish a shack  or' a mansion.  new Capeslry Curtains  new Cace Curtains,  newCouch 0ooerst  new Cable Covers  T.M. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHfigS  Phone 27  Greenwood, B.C.  !oooooooooooo<>oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo��  d ���  ���   ���  Whitewear  JUST TO HAND.  Everything   the very latest in  Ladies' and  Children's White Muslin Underwear.  Gowns,  Skirts,  UestS;  Drawers,  Chemise,  Cfarsei -Rogers  Call and inspect our New Goods for  >ring 1908  Spi  RENDELL&CO  Dry Goods. Millinery  y  Btgin  their wprks sha/Iye  know them"  On the merit of their performances alone are  we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of  construction, combined^ with a skill in manufacture, which is the inheritance of genera  tions, make  in  good time keepers and  nsequentty comfortable watches b  iciency is assured by a guarantee  the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of  charge by the nearest agent in any part of the world. They  are not made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.  A. Loaan &  Co.  , ,The meeting*ofi the: -Board i of  Trade onlVlbnday night lkst -was  lajrgely 'Stt^jflded and > had before  jLl coiside'rable ibusiness;* tbe;prin-  cij-al j parfco f4v*h.icb rwai- th e! adoption..; 6fi*rew -by-laws.s/ZIt' iS! ^ptob-  Hbjet ithati the"next'hieeting of- the  ^oard'3tb' be<held on the 23rd inst.  *will. teffcWa:mnua;l general meetin gj-zindiChliitt^M^  M arcjh, $jijl; *b.ft th, e date of the*-an-.  hual J me^tjug- in ejach-: year-; i A-  meeting ot. theCpuneil wiU.be  held early next weektomake definitearrangements and-further  announcement will be made later  ���Mr. McAllister rising to address  the : Board at its invitation  wished to express the appreciation of the directors ot* the B. C.  Copper Company in connection  ���with-the resolution of which the  Board of Trade had made him the  bearer. Tt'had been' entered on  the minutes of the directors' meet-  ihgs. The directors fully concurred with the wish of the Board  of Trade in building up here a  good community.  With regard to the resumption  ofoperatious,Mr McAllister said  that the condition of the market  was now the duly thing that  stood between us and the resumption of work.. As soon as the  price of the metal promised to allow: the com pany to pay interest  oii their investment, work would  would be resumed.* The B. C.  Copper Co. now1 as formerly was  beihg operated solely for the benefit of the stockholders.    Because  ���   * *  of a recent change in the arrangements of tbe company, placing the  hanging ;pf all the financial  ^affairs >of the company in the  Greenwood office, Mr. McAllister  was even more con fiden t of. this  policy ior the future., \  Speaking of. the market,he said  that in some places in the East  there was considerable feelingthat  copper, -would go lower than the  price it now is and that the lowest price would be reached in  June. On the other hand, on the  day of his leaving New York, Mr.  McAllister had had an extended  interview with Mr; Adolf Lewis-  ton, president of the United Metals Selling Co., selling agents for  the copper companies ot this dis-  trict and Mr. Lewiston, who h ad  gone very carefully into his calculations, held very strongly the  opinion that for the latter half pf  this oear, the metal would sell at  a price averaging better than 15  cents.   Miners Elect' Officers.  Last Saturday afternoon aud  evening fche setui-auuual election  of officers of Greenwood Miners'  Union was held and resulted as  follows:  President, George Heatherton.  Vice-President, Chas. Bierce.  Second Vice-President, Jos. J.  Chambers.  Financial Secretary,!*!. A.Mathei-  son.  Recording Secretary, Ed. Peiper.  Treasurer,  Wm.  T. Thompson.  Warden, Jas  Hampson.  Conductor, John Ingles.  Trustees���Chas. Bierce, Jos. J.  Chambers, Jas. T. Erwin, Luke  Skelly, and J. B. Manross.  The Pickard   Moving  Picture  entertainment had a   fairly good  house in the Miner's Union   Hall  on Wednesday night in spite   of  the short notice given the public.  About 100 people were   present  and the whole entertainment was  greatly   enjoyed.      Mrs. Murray  accompanied the presentation   of  several of the pictures   by   solos  appropriate to them and the audience had more than their money's  worth of fun.   John Appelby was  in charge of   the   pictures   here.  The same people are   presenting  their   entertaiment   in   Phoenix  every Tuesday night and   arranging for future   engagements in  several towns of the Boundary.  jiin.o.nt-:/iW";vi  to Bonus Tunriel-*G. R. Na*  ^eii Defends Position of Oty--Petty  Actions of Attorney-General  ���*-!,'  On Frid-iy afteinoorT'iaiit' consider-) not propesed that the city should drive  4-  able consternation -Was.. c**u��pd , by  ���wire./rom. <S.��R, Naden ��� member of the  Legislature for Greenwood,.] atatinjr  thatthe Goverritnent had refused to  acc^pj: the; amendment to ,the -Municipal Clauses Act g'vinp.the murficipality  power to bonus a tun Del. '*-Inquiries  from B.* dv Warren,'thedefeated:canv  didate here,in the, last/election who ia  suppOBrtd.to hold,the ��t rings *>f the local rc ver n menl patronag-e elicited the'  explanation that the Boverntfiept wa��,  not making' any amendment* to the  Act this year'ami that the tunnel'  could be arranged /or some other way.  Reports of the proceeding's ofthe  Legislature at its Thursday ''evening  session, however, show'that tUe Attorneyeeneral was responsibleforthe opposition to the amendment though it  was proposed by the chairman'of the  Municipal Committee The-Attorney-  g-eaeral, also saw fit 'to allow the  act to be amended in that same sitting  in at least eitfht different sections,some  of the amendments preceding and some  following the one in which Greenwood  is interested.  The member for Green-wood objected  strenuously to the petty.tactics' of. the'  Government as may be seen in the following account of the proceedings  which appeared* in Friday's Times  (Victoria). Y'yYY '   '  W. ,H. Hayward proposed: to amei d  the act so that aid might be granted  by a diiinicipality to "tuinels'" as well  as to "smelters," as at preient.  The attorney-general objected to  this amendment, as it would not act  fairly to those who invested in the  bonds of the city under old conditions..  He also thought it uriwUeyto bring  in  _%mepd!3iants.-to_-^*��yMu.n^ipil'_;Act..to  uover purely local conditions, such as  this was; ���  "G R. Naden urged that Greenwppd  was in. a valley yvhile Phoenix camp  was on an elevation. It was proposed  to drive a tunuel into the mountain to.  tap the mines underneath Phoenix at a  depth ofabout 2,000 feet below the surface. Thetleugth of the tunnel would  ba from 15,000 to 20,000  feel.   It -was  the tunnel, which would, cost oyer, a  million dollars. Greenwood only asked  to be aflowed tp assiat.by granting  SSO.'OOO to those who drive the tunnel.  This would be paid as'th* wort progressed. ��� Gieenwood-had not.bonussed  ari^ other industries and he could not  see,why tli's should riot be allowed.  The amendment of Mr. Hay-ward Was  lost by tliegovernment. voting solidly.  Mr. Hayward retired from the chamber  returning after the vote was. taken  amidst the laughter af the opposition.;  John Qliyer suggested t^a,* there, was  nd need of.the. legislature., The laws  might as well be turned over the attor-  ney-genei'al to revise as%e saw fit.  The Province referring.tp the matter  uuder The heading of ,'  No Disposition to Add to Municipal  Rights���Hon. W. J. Bowser .Takes  Strong Stand on Greenwood Tun  Scheme���Affects City?s Credit^-,  says��� " ���-...,������:'.  "Mr Bowser also objected to'the giving of power to municipalitiesito bnild  tunnels. This arose from lhe proposal  of the City of Greenwood to run a tunnel from that city to and under the cily  of Plioenix. It was a serious power to  give and might -affect the credit of  municipalities and, the interest of bond  holders. The amendment giving this  power was struck out on a party v<��te."  We are informed that the session of  the Legislature has been a very severe  one on the attorney-general. It has  been what is known a�� a lawyer's-aes-  sion and the brunt of the work has fallen on the Attorney-general's department. Mr. Bowser has been ' feeling  the strain and has shown a great deal  wilfulness and restiveness, particular-  lj:::anuoying^to_ hi%; pwn -party. ..The,  Xrreenwood tunnel amendment is onlv  one instance where for no reason at all  the Attorney-general allowed his personal feelings to carry , him away, resulting/of course, in some inconvenience to the objects of his, ill feeling.  However the tunnel scheme is still living and the company are making good  progress in getting the necessary details of organization in shape.  THREE YEARS IN PENITENTIARY.  Donald Langley aud Fred King,  two young men about 24 years of  age, were this morning sentenced  by His Honor Judge Brown to  three years in the penitentiary at  at New Westminster. They both  answered - 'guilty" to the charge  that on the night of the ninth of  March tbey had forced an entrance  into the store of the William Hunter Co. at Phoenix and stolen two  suits of clothes, two overcoats, four  ladieo' fur collars, two suit cases,  two pairs of shoes and a gay assortment of sweaters, along with  various other articles exhibited in  court tbis morning and worth  over $200.  The young fellows got away  from Phoenix bub were taken by  Chief of Police Gunn aud Constable  Docksteader at Eholt the next day  just about half past three in tbe  afternoon. Their intention was to  take the train from there to Grand  Forks and thence across the  Boundary line into tbe land of  refuge.  They were arraigned before  Judge Hood of Phoenix yesterday  and elected a speedy trial before  Judge Brown, which was given  them this morning. They took  their sentence stolidly and are being taken to Nelson this afternoon  by the provincial constable.  They claim to have come from  Montreal three weeks ago looking  for work and not getting it, to  have become desperate and stolen  things, hoping to realize something  from them. They are not known  at all here and were not even  known to the officers at Phoenix  before the thing occurred.  A. B. Hood, police magistrate,  Chris Reeves, manager of the  William Hunter Co., Chief Gunn,  Officer Stephens, and Provincial  Constable Docksteader from Phoenix attended the trial here this  morning.  Biggest Week���Largest Day.  The Granby mines still continue  to break ^ records. Shipment last  week was 23,663 tons, which was  a record, but it is topped this week  by a higher figure of 24,440 tons,  tbe largest tonnage ever sent but  by the Granby or any other company in British Columbia in seven  days. Thursday, the 5th, there  were 3,892 tons Bhipped in 24  hours, the highest daily shipment  the Granby has ever made. The  Granby is certainly making records  these days.  Death of Mrs. Morrison.  Early this morning Mrs. John  H. Morrison, who has been a resident of Greenwood for the last  eleven years, passed away ut the  home of her sister, Mr?. J. H.  Macfarlane, on Gold street. Mrs.  Morrison has beeu ill for f-onic  time and the end has been expected for a week past.  The deceased lady was born in  Germany, at Coplands on the  Rhine, and was 43 years of ag��*.  She came to Greenwood in 1897,  and is widely aud well known in  fehis vicinity. She was a very  kindly  woman and was well liked.  The funeral will be held Sunday  afternoon from the residence of  Mrs. Macfarlane to, the Church of  the Sacred Heart, where mass will  be celebrated by Rev. Father  Bedard. Interment will take place  in the Greenwood cemetery.  Besides Mrs. Macfarlane, Mrs.  J. W. Nelson is also a sister, and  aleo.Mrs. C. J. Tynan of Spokaue.  ojent is in the form of afirstmort-  The Times  yesterday received  the following letter referring/; tp  the Benefit Fund for the widow  and children of the laterkr. Pet-  erson. As we desired to giye fair  play; to all concerned in the mal-  ter and to avoid useless and  rancorous agitation,   we asked   the  trustees of the   fund   to   give, a  statement of the way   in   which  this money had' been received and  what had been done with it.    WW  trust the following  letters 'will-  give satisfaction and   all   necessary explanation to everyone concerned:  Greenwood, March 12.196*5'  The  Editor of  Boundary Creek'  ��� .; Times.; ��� ��� ���   .-.   ������.   Sir,^���I was very much surprised tci'learn that the money raised  by a;benefit ball given iu the fall  of 1906)by the Miners' Union and.  OddfellowS;Of ���.���this place in aid of  widow, of thejate ;Chaxles: Peterson has not yet been paid over to  heri  If you will kindly print this letter in your widely'read paper it  will: call the' attention of the  many others who bought" tickets  to this ball, that the money has  not been used for the purpose for  which we paid it..  .  :��� ��� Yours trijlv,  Shyfokd I^undstrom  ** Marcn 12, 1908.  Tothe Editor   Boundary Creek  Timesi    ���  In anticipation of a letter which  we are given to understand ; will  be published in this issue of, your  paper regarding certain money  held in trust by the Greenwood  Miners' Union and the Independent Order of Oddfellows; Vwe  would kindly ask you to publish  thefollowing information;';  ��� At the time the fiinds were  raised the following circular letter was sent out:-  'Boundary Valley Lodge No. 38  I.O.O.F.  Greenwood, B.C., Oct. 1,1908  To-' ...:  ������;;  Dear Sir and Brother:  We the undersigned representing Boundary Valley L'Jdge, No,  38, I O.O.F. are enclosing you  tickets trusting you will do your  best to dispose of them. The object being to raise $300 with a  view to helping the widow and  ch ildren of our late Brother, C.  G-. Peterson, who was killed in  the mines. Our idea is to purchase a ranch already stocked  and where they can have a good  heme.  The $400 along with a small  amount obtained from tbe Insurance company will be the means  of placing them in comfortable  circumstances. The members of  iho Miners' Union are co-operating with us in tne matter,and we  sincerely trust you will support  the worthy cause by the purchase  of a ticket or donation.  Yours fraternally,  E. Anderson      ) ^        ...  rr* tj-  >i    i.-        -Committee  E- Ii. Mortimer (  P.S.���Please return tickets and  remittances to Fred B.   H'Imes,  secretary of committee.  After tbe funds were raised  Mrs. Peterson was unwilling that  we should proceed as we had contemplated at her own suggestion  in regard to the buying of a ranch,  so the trustees of the Greenwood  Miners' Union and of the Independent Order of Oddfellows decided to invest tbe money for the  benefit of the cutldrerj of the .ate  Chas. G. Peterson.    The invest-  If ^6u Wish  U  i  '-"*-     i;     v.*' ���;���:.-   ' a\     f'"'-  > WirMiw for Quotations  ���>���-���   '.'���������    Y.-    ���*���������'������'-��� >-- -���.  y    '." '. '. ."       '".      '   ������"   '-���      t       r, ' ���  A Oiir -f kcflities for buying  Dominion, B.C., or  Granby Stocks  on the curb in New York  oi?!��o^ton ar/eunequalled  J/veur, I biij ] .competitors  acknowledge ' that    we  Y-rcani ]buy .-..these ^stocks?  chekf)er than the y.  Wkf;���'?������..-: * Because our  Eastern connections a re  ^^f.^-yerybest., ....  to <The stock: business is  ?aUsideliiiie with; tis': cbn-  .  sequentlywe can* afford -.  to handle -your business \  on at :very���^sinall margin.  Give us-your limit-and - \  ,';���; we will fill; your order at->  a lower figure If possible  We will wire "you-Hhe  New Yorkybpening quotations daily, if desired.  r^HARDY,  ^'   ac.  ���  yY  NELSON,  )....'���"  JUUHN-MOFFATT.  Mrs:   Roth, their mother,   is also  living   in  Greenwood.     Deceased j  bas   two brothers   living,   one in  London,   Eng.,  and one  in  Germany.  C. Scott Galloway   came   over  from Grand Forks   yesterday   to  arrange the details of the  sale of the Victoria House to  Jim Cameron, who is taking the  house including the license and  in ten days will open the hotel.  This is only the beginning of the  tunnel boom.  gage on a ranch and  bears interest at 10 per cent.  Signed,  B. de Weile  R. A. Matheson  Geo. White  K. C. G. White  T. M. Gulley -  A. Logan  Representm?  Trustees of Greenwood Miners' Uo-  ion.No 22.W.F.M  Trustees of  - IO.O.F.,  No. 38.  A pretty wedding in which  Greenwood people are interested  occurred in the^Pirst Presbyterian <  Church, Spokane, on the evening  of Saturday, the 7th of Mirch at  eighfe-thirtyj Itwas tbe marriage  of Miss Helen G. Moffatt atird'Mr-  Carl. E. Juliha, The weddiac  march from Lohengrin was played by Miss Grace Richardson and  tbe bride was gi*/en awav by Dr.  Northrup, of Spokane. Her dress  ���for women set great store by  their frocks on such occasions���  was of navy blue chiffon panama  and she wore a hat to match. A  pale blue ostrich boa and a large  and very beautiful bunch of.violeis  completed the costume. Amoug  the guests present were Mrs.  Moffatt,, the mother of the bride  ahd the bride's three sisters, Mi*,-  es Maude, Bessie, and V. Moffatt.  After the ceremony, a wedding  breakfast was served at the Davenport in the Dutch room which  was prettily decorated with carnations and ferns���then thisstory  ends with the departure of the  happy couple oa the Oriental  Limittd   for Washington, D.C  In thtir presence the people of  Greenwood have not withheld expression of their regard lor both  bride and groom and in tbeir ab.  scence, on this happy nod significant occasion, we wave ih.-m at  host ot congratulations and fair  wishes.  PROTECTING THE FISH  W. H. Norris, who owns a fine  irrigated ranch on t\.c lands between Midway and Rock Creek  left on Wednesday for the coast.  As the open season for fishing  in our waters docs not begin until March 25th, parties who are  fishing in Boundary Creek are taking long chances. The Times  has been informed that some people are fishing in the creek above  the smelter at Boundary Falls.  The least penalty imposed for  such infraction of the game laws  is a fine of twenty-five dollars.  It is thedutyof everyone interested in fishing, to assist in keeping  these laws and at least in making  offenders aware of theserioti-viess  of their offence.  ��(  -ft,  m  i ,-i i��wiwi'i-w|i��irci---yr*j  JBfSW  "Vi  ''^-W^flP'l^^  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  ymnfflMffl^^^^  Or*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  Cr*  Cr*  CF*  cf*  CF*  CF*  Q=<  Cr*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Q=*<  (F*  CF*  ..Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid np, $14,400,000.        Rest $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. Pres'dant:   Lord Stfathcona and Mouni Roth, G. C. M. G.  President:   Sir Gborge A. Drcmmond, K. C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manag-er :   E. S. Clodston,  Branches in London, Eng. MSJWSSiSU Hw Yorfc, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credit*, available in any parttof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  *-2  ta-2  ���*=��>  }*2  bmmmmimmmmmmzmmM  T^ CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$10,000,000. Reserve Fund.$5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.  B. E. WALKER, President. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  BRANCHES  THROUGHOUT    CANADA  AND  IN THE  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  SAYINGS BAN]KDEPARTMENT  BANKING BY MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of  the Bank. Accounts may be opened, and deposits made  or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid to  out-of- town accounts.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  I. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Ptblic  Cable Address:      ** Hallbtt."  1 Bedford M'NelU's  Codks \ Morein-r * Neal'i-  I Leiber'D _.  Qmmwood, B.O  BOUMDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  ~m��^ No. 3 8.1. O. O. F.  Meets everr  Toe-May Evenl-ia at 800 in the  1- <���>. O. T   Hall.     A .cordial 'nvl tfttiod isex  tt-nrtwl toall sninurnine brethern.  f*.  SPEARING, S. E. BELT,  T��*   r. . V. It  FRED B. HOI..MES. Rec. Sec.  Cbc  Boundary Creek Times  Issued ���verv f ridav  BY THB  Bonnrlaiy Creek PriiitlHfj and Pnblishing  Co.. Limitrd,  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCK.  Per Ykak       * ����  Six Months   * *5  To Foreign Countribs 2 SO  Editor  A. D. Macfarlane  prospects of another���and not'sim-  ply with its prospects but indeed,  its mere pretensions.  Paternalism ad absurdnm, surely is such miserable handling of  the province's affairs.  <UN >gN iftjffi.A B,~0  FRIDAY. MARCH 13 1908  OBSERVATIONS.  Just keep smiling.  The almost inconceivable calamity that recently befell tbe  children of the-Col ling wood-schorl  a.t Cleveland is almost too horrible to think upon. Every effort  possible should be made in every  community on the continent to  see that all possible measures insuring the safety of the Utile ones  haye been taken. Fire drills  should be held in every school for  even while we know that sometimes, the chi.'dren like the rest  of us, do not benefit from their  experience and training, yet it  may be a very great help in time  of danger and it's a poor business  if we can't take apparently somewhat unnecessary trouble to protect those who are unable, by reason of nature to protect themselves.  It should also be seen that tbe  doors in all public buildings open  outwards; that proper fire-escaj e'  are in place and in short, that  every precaution preventive of  disaster has been taken. Let the  proper authorities see to it that  this is so in Greenwood.  and the Dominion. It -��� will also  show the financial benefit or lack  of it resulting to this province  from Confederation. The motion requires a return (a) showing  the revenue contributed, by the  province of British Columbia for  each and every year from 1872-3  to 1905, inclusive, under the following heads:  I, Customs ; 2, Chinese   Immigration ;  3, Inland revenue, excise, weighta and  measures, gas inspection, methylated  spirits, sundries;  4, Post offices;  5, Public works, telegraphs,Esquimalt  graving dock, casual;  6, Experimental farm; 7, Penitentiary;  8, Marine and fisheries, sick mariners'  fund, st-amboat inspection, examination of masters and mates, casual  and harbors, fisheries;  9, Superannuation;  10, Dominion lands and timber ;  II, Vancouver assay office;  12. Miscellaneous ;   13, Public debt ;  14, any other source.  And (b) showing   expenditure  by the Dominion of Canada for  each and every years from 1872-3  to 1905, inclusive, under the following heads:  1, Public debt; 2, charges of management;  3, Lieutenant governor;  4, Administration of justice,]udges,etc;  5, Penitentiary; 6, Experimental farm;  7, Quarantine; 8, immigration; 9, Pensions, etc.;  10, Militia; 11,Public works,buildings,  harbors and rivers, dredging ;  12, Telegraphs, agency ;  13, Marine subsidy ;  14, Marine and fisheries, dominion  steamers, lighthouses, meterolojgi :a",  Marine hospital, steamboat inspection, miscellaneous, fisheries, inspec-  ion, hatcheries; ',  15, Indians ; 16, Subsidies ;  17, Dominion lands ; 18. Customs ;  19, Inland revenue, excise weights and  measures, gas and electric light;  20. Esquimau dry dock; 21, Post office;  22. Chinese immigration ;  23, Defences, E quimalt;  24. Chinese immigration enquiry ;  25, Bounty on minerals ; 26, miscellaneous; 27, Vane ��� uver assay oflice ;  28. Railway subsidies; 29, any other  sources.  latter are encountered usually  close., to some small dikes that intersect the ledge. There is a ten  stamp mill on the property.  MINING INSTITUTE OFFICIALS  The movement to oust the Secretary and Treasurer of the Canadian Mining Institute has been  unsuccessful and the results of the  elections held last Friday afternoon were as follows:���  President, Dr. W. G. Miller,  Toronto, by acclamation ; vice-  president, G. E. Drummond, Montreal, and W. Fleet Robinson,  Victoria, B.C.; secretary, H.Mortimer Lamb, Montreal; treasurer,  J. Stevenson Brown, Montreal;  For council, A. Bower, Victoria,  A. A. Cole, Cobalt, R. H. Drury,  Montreal, C. Fergie, Glace Bay,  N S., J. E. Harriman, Montreal,  R. T. Hopper, Montreal, Joseph  McNab; Trail, W. F. C. Parsons,  Londonderry, N S., R. W. Robb,  Amherst, N.S., K. B. Smith,  Phoenix, B.C., R. H. Stewart,  Rossland, B.C., and J. R. Tirrell.  Toronto.  Dr. Miller, was one of the two  vice presidents elected last year,  for a two year term and so his election to the chief office left a  vacancy. By a unanimous vote  Dr. A. F. Barlow, of Ottawa, wes  elected vice-president to succeed  him.  The question of removal of  headquarters of the institute from  Montreal to Ottawa will be decided by letter ballott.  That  PROOF!  Zam-Buk Grows New Healttiy  Skin  THE FUTURE OF COPPER  The Future of. Copper or a probability of glut in the world's  market for copper making the industry of mining this metal an  unproductive one is the subject  of an article by John T. Morrow,  of New York, in a recent issue of  the Engineering and Mining Journal. Mr. Morraw investigates '���*  his data at long range going back  to 1879 when the annual production was 160,310 tons and looking  ahead to 1928, when On the same  basis of increase as has prevailed  in the period from 1879 to 1906  (5.84 per cent per annum), the  annual production will be 2,748,  622 shorf tons The percentage  increase in the production of copper has not been as rapid as pig  iron for the last 20 or 30 years,  yet iron is found to be much more  sensitive to the periodic convulsions of trade than copper.  Mr. Morrow's conclusions are  most hopeful tor the copper industry. He says : ' ���- For those  who have interests in the copper  production, either as owners, producers, or investors, I call atten-  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the  Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  Remember that Greenwood in  the lsist five months has been the  best town in the Boundary,despite  untoward happenings. Play fair  with her and give her a chance  for a week or two more.  Apparently, the Government  at Victoria is beginning to recog:  nize what Greenwood constituency  thinks of itand.is doing utmost to  retain the support of the jealously minded inhabitants (they're, not  all such) of neighboring towns.  The Attorney-general regarding  the fact that Greenwood has always been staunchly Liberal and  gives fair promise of always being so. is showing his venom at  the people **who refuse to bow the  knee to Baal" Bowser. The end  ��f the present regime at Victoria  is coming quickly. The picayune  practices of the heads of it are  meeting not simply with local  but with general condemnation.  What a reason for an action !  The energy and enterprise of the  men of one city must not be allowed to interfere in any way, even in healthy rivalry,  with   the  The Toronto Globe has the  following report of the Canadian  Mining Institute which is of interest :  "The retiring President, Mr. F.  Keffer, in his annual address referred to the coming visit to Canada of the London Institute of  Mining and Metallurgy next autumn on the invitation of the Canadian Institute. The London  Institute delegates, if possible,  will visit all the mining centres,  including British Columbia. Mr.  Keffer expressed gratification at  the increase in membership, from  500 to 700, during the year, but  sharply deprecated the dissention  which seemed developing between the members in Ontario  and Quebec. Such dissension, he  said, endangered the life of the  institute, and some of the members in British Columbia favored  forming an independent institute  ot western mining men."  ROSSLAND REVIVING.  Boom day claims are again being worked at Rossland. The  Sunset, the property of the Canadian Goldfields Syndicate has  been leased for fourteen "months  to Messrs. Ruffner and McLaren.  The property includes the Sunset  No. 2, Alabama, and Gold Hunter  Mineral claims, where a good  deal of developmentwork has been  done, totalling nearly a mile of  cross-cuts, tunnels and drifts.  The main shaft is down about  475 feet. There are showings of  ore on every level. The Canadian Goldfields Syndicate ceased  operations on the group in the  spring of 1899 after over $260,000  had been spent in actual development work. This does not include  the purchase price of the properties in the group, nor the cost of  the plant. There is a seven drill  compressor, a hoist, pumps, and  five machine drills on the property  There are a number of good surface showings of ore on the properties, and it is on these that  the lessees for the present, at  least, will confine their attention  The ore shipped from the group  to the Trail smelter in 1908 gave  smelter returns of $19.20. to the  ton.  The O.K., a free gold property  in the South belt at Rossland has  been leased by A.B. Perry and G.  B. Wilson, miners from near  North Bay, Ont. The main development so far consists of three  tunnels and a winze. There is a  regular fissure vein, carrying tree  gold, disseminated through the  gangue in fine form or in the  shape of massive nuggets.    The  The unique power belonging to Zam-  Buk for growing new healthy skin  when it has been destroyed by injury,  diseaseor���opet-ation is illustrated, by  the recent experience of Mr. J. Scho-  field of 467 Hamilton Road, London,  Ont. He says: "A friend of mine (Mr.  William Ball, of London) was severely  and terribly burned through an explos  ion of kerosene ��il. He was taken to  the hospital where he suffered intense  pain, The woundes refused to heal,and  the doctors decided to resort to ski n  grafting,and I consented to have some  transplanted from my legs to his body.  Although this was done on several occasions the skin refused "to take" until Mr. Ball heard of Zam-Buk. From  the time he applied Zatn-Buk?new healthy skin began to grow. I then used  Zam-Buk for the places on my leg  from which tlie skin was removed, and  I am glad to report that new skin has  grown, and therefore consider Zam-  Buk the beBt skin food I have known."  Zam-Buk builds np new tissue in a  way that is not possible with ordinary  preparations. For healing eczema,  running sores, cuts, bruises, burns,  boils, eruptions, scalp sores, itch,chapped hands, and diseases of the skin it  it, without equal. All druggists and  stores sell it,.SOc a box orpost paid from  the Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  *T* *T* *����� **J* *v "T* *T* *T* *�����  tion to the fewo foUbwiug points:  (1) The world wants copper at  a rapidly increasing rate as is unquestionably shown by the preceding data.. We may confidently expect that the world will continue to absorb the production of  copper at an increase of at least  5.84 per cent. This,, is enough  for the producer and 'consumer as  a-i output is concerned.  (2) Though the price will vary  from time to time, owing to  periodic market conditions, yet  knowing that the world is going  to take copper in the future even  faster than it has in the past, we  also know that the world is going  to pay for this copper and of nec-  Bowser is here; let the world acclaim,  ,And let the people bow.  Bowser ia here, make the welkin ting,  For Bowser is Emperor now.-;    yy  Bowser is here; let the nationalist,  Let the prostrate people fall.'  The heavens may fall and the  world >  .] decay,  But Bowser is All in All,  Bowser   is   here.   Let, a,  wondering  world  Listen, and hear, and obey,        ���  For when Bowser speaks, let   no  dog  bark  * While Bowser is King���for a dar.  ���F. Dodsworth in the Victoria Times  Dont. Take- :liak:= at' Bight  Milk in any form taken at night is apt to cause  digestive disturbance. Your night's rest is not refreshing. To appease hunger, or merely for company's sake, "BOVRIL," in the form of a bouillon,  or sanwiched between then bread and butter, is excellent. V      .  After this light supper you will sleep well  and awake refreshed.  Elkhorn Beer  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  |F. C;' BUCKLE-S^  PROPRIETOR  "T*' . *^-��"**i.  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We Can Save You Money t  ���*��t����*f-*-*t- ��lr4,,fr4��-i,-l,-l,4,*l*^*<,il��,l��*l,*l��.--l�� ��!��� -f* 4�� ���-���I*-f^  ���Yy4  '; -.-a  '������������'u  ������'���������.il  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  y.  WMBI  tWSsw - ���������,  THE   BOUNDARY CJREEK  TIMES  .. . i����*����*��0*����*��B��������->-����#��*��*��  I!    MINING   I  ������������ ������ Y-'-.---       ��� ..���'���. .���'..-���  The Tewkesbury,Gold Dredging  J Go. at Bright; - Queensland, is  ! planting walnut and fruit trees  Ion the tailings of the dredge proceeds. In time they expect to  [have 1 000 trees on this land for-  Imerly considered useless,  ���The following are the new offi-  iers of the . Grand Forks Union  180 W.F;M.: President, A.  5. Hardy; vice-president, T. Bur-  Iton ; secretary-treasurer, T. J.  iBenninger;.recording secretary,  IJ. N. Currie ; conductor, W. Bun-  rting ;.,��� warden, M.y H. Burns ;  Itr��stees, T. L. Crossen and T.  [Burton.  two mites from the mill. The  properties have been kept in pretty steady operation but Mr. Ross  was apparently annoyed at reports  circulated stating that their ore  had a value of $80 a ton. He did  not care to-state what its values  were but said it kept him busy to  make operations profitable.  A Toronto despatch reports Mr.  IE. L. Englehart,   chairman 'of  Ithe T. & N. O. railway  commission as saying that shipments   of  t grade Cobalt ore are likely to  besent to British Columbia smelters.   The object is  said   to  be  to mix it with the ore of this pro-  yvince, a  necessary process,   and  I. one which would probably result  advantageously to .the  smelters  treating the ore.  The Sullivan smelter at Marysville and the mines at Kimberley  have closed down, for an indefinite  time. The shut-down is attributed wholly to metallurgical  difficulties.  A number of changes have  been made recently in the customs arrangements of the District  by the Dominion Government.  Keremeos,becomes a customs outport under the survey of the port  of Greenwood, in place of the out  port of Chopaka. Carson, now a  preventive station,��� becomes an  outport and warehousing port  under the survey of Grand Fork*?.  WOULD RIVAL THE BOUNDARY.  The .Canadian Mining Institute  at its annual meeting at Ottawa  have endorsed the request of the  British Columbia si-ver-lead mine  operators for the extension of the  lead bounty.   -  Patrick O'Brien~a miner picked  into a missed hole in sbart No. 4  of the St. Eugene mine shortly  after going on shift on Saturday  morning; O'Brien was killed and  Jack Daly who was with him will  lose the sight' of one eye.  OBrien's funeral was held from  Cranbrook oh Saturday.  ErantefA-rRoss, manager of the  D^ly Reduction Co. and G. P.  Jones,superintendent made an examination of the Granby properties at Grand-Forks and at the  mines last week. The Nickel  Plate has a 4*0^sta!mpfmill situated  - at Hedley.';-The'mine   is   about  The mining prospects of Kamloops. long waning, are about to  be revived. , E. C Wood, of Spo-  ane, with a number of capitalists  visited that city last week and  the effort to interest capital especially in the Iron Mask group  will be made. The method of  mining will be changed to follow  that so successful in the Boundary. This^will require the build-  -*:��� 'Y'-' .        .    ���  ing of a smelter at (hat place.  The Sentinel has this to s.*y of it:  '���There is no.doubt ab mt the  value of the local copper ores aiid  with the advent of the necessary  capital Kamloops is destined tf*  take a place as one of the greater  mining centres of the province  It is rutnoi red that the Iron M? k  is about to pass under new man  agement and-that the capital essential to carry out a vigorous  policy of development and ore  treatment will soon be available.  It4is well known that an exrem-  ely rich ore body has been found,  quite distinct from any of the  present  underground  The ore from, the newer strike  has given assay results as high as  $100 to the ton, and there is plenty  of it. With such an ore body on  hand and the other large and  proved bodies of lower grade material it would appear that this  property will rank with anything  that the Boundary has yet produced.  The work recently done on   the  wheal Tamar, the discovery of a  large ore body on Jacko Creek adjacent to tne Cyclone group, aud  the results obtained   on   several  other properties further   encourage the idea that the future prospects of the Kamloops camp are  of the brightest, and that ere long  the period of quiescence will give  place to a season of marked activity."  AT THE CHURCHES  Anglican���-St. Jude's. Rev. John  Leech-Porter, JB. D., pastor. Serviced  at 8.30 a.m., 11 a.m. Sunday school,  p.m.     All seats free.  12  Prbsbytbrian���Services will be con  ducted morning and evening", 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. kcKee, Pastor.-   ' '������   ������ ".._������' ���'������:.  Mbthodist���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B. A., will conduct services aa usual at  Methodist Church morning-and evening-  Sunday School at 3. ���"*���  At a Bargain���Incubator and  Brooder; to close at once, may be  had at a bargain. Apply m at  Times' Office.  workings.  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It is a practical book, naefnl  to all and necessary to most men engaged in any branch of the Copper  Induetry.  Its facts will pass muster with the  trained-scientists, and ita language is  easily, understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facta in plain Eng-  Hsh without fear or favor.  Its lists and describes 4626 Copper  Mines and Companies in all -parts of  the world, descriptions running from  two lines to sixteen pages, according  to importance of the property.  The Copper Handbook ia conceded to  he the  / ��� ���  WetyoarantM eeeeymM a ttfelooi  rare for Varteeeele, Hjrtroeele. Urethral OostraaOens, Hee4 ana Skin Bli-  eaaea, PMeteMe TrevMea. PUeo, Fistula, Lets 1 Vital row**. Kidney.  Bladder and IpecUl Msaasa*. We  ���99eiaUr offer ev.;tor��teee to those  who are a/Ueud wtta weakness aa a  readt eTthefar own flaUses or exeesaes.  ^ Our methods are ns ts -lata and  are sudened ar tke kdchost medleal  aat&ortuae ef Kare��e and amerlea.  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District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that I Isabella Straus?, of  Midway, B.C., occupation Housekeeper, intends to apply for. permission to purchase the  following described land: ���  Commencing at a post planted at tbe North-  East corner of H. Strauss'Pre-emytion. Lot No.  787S. thence East -10 chains; thence sonth 20  chains; theme west 40 chains; thence north 20  chains to point of commencement, and containing 80 acres more or less.  ISABELLA STRAUSS.  . Per H. STKAUSS, Agent.  D��ted February 15th, 1,908.  LAND NOTICES  District  Similkameen Land District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE, that I Frederick Craw-  ford.of Park Rapid8,Mlnneso*a.occupatiou  Farmer-intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: )  Commencing1 at a post planted 61* chains Northerly from the North-west Corner of H.  Strauss' Pre-emption, LOt No. 787S, thence  north 60 chains; thence west 2j chains; thence  sonth 60 chains; thence east 20 chains to point  oi commencement, and containing 120 acres,  more ee less.  FREDERICK CRAWFORD,  Per HENRY STRAUSS. Agent.  Dated the 15th day of Febrnary, 1908.  The Mining Man needa the book for  the facts it gives him about mines,  mining aud the metal.  The Investor-needB the book for tbe  facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English.  Price ia $5 in Buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  453 Postofiice Block, Houghton,  Michigan.  THE BRITISH CQLUMBM  DISTILLERY   C0,f   LTD,  ...   New Westminister, B.C.  Greenwood Liquor Co, Agents, Greenwood   '  LAND REGISTRY ACT  ���-���pi  A K P. NOTTCF. that an application has been  m-i-lp to rccister James Vrnrr Hlpirtnsas  the 'owner in F<"��- -*i-ni>1e, um*er a.Tax Sale  ���pporl front Gennrp ,Tt!rUi>tt Tador. Collector of  ���MiinSc-pniiiv of City of Greenwood, to James  H>nrv TMc--.'ins.1*o>ariti<.' date theTwentletliday  of Dcrciuber. A.T1.1**07 of all and f-inc-ular that  coi-iain tinrc-l o' trartof-land and n*vmise<) Rit-  ���,<!,. 1rintr-i-"1 bPinu in the City of Greenwood.  in ih" Pfo-rin.-e of T*riti<-h Colttm^ln. more par-  'VhItI-- 1fin>"-n "ind described ns I��ot twentv-  -ih'-pe (231. Block J, Ma|i46.1'lty of Greenwood.  Tl r. ��       '  ' Vn�� a>ul each of ynu aro rpqnlred-fo cnnte��t  tlmrlnioi of th" ���'�� mirclin-spr within fortv-  five davs from thedatcof the first insertion of,  this tt-<i!r.��. an-1 i" dtfattlt of a caveat or rertl-.  firateof lis r>citd"ti�� htitic filed���and in -��efanlt  nf rodenintion���within such n��rind.'vnn will be  forove-e-topped and debarred from settine un  anv rlaim to or Im respect of the said land, and  1 shal' register James Henry Hi-ra Ins as owner  tli^'eof. ,  r>a>cd at Land ReLristrv 'Iffice. Kamloop*.  t'rovittcc of Pritish foliimhia, this Thirty-flrst  day nf Tlpeen.her  A.D. 1907.  w H. EOMONns. Ttistrict Reiri��"trar.  To EnWARn Xabh. Fsq.. and  Wn.I.IAM H. Asquith.  ^ OOOOOs-inBOBSJ It-*��**��� t|B|jia<<U><sj  CANADIAN  ':J      PACIFIC  \R A I L W A Y  Anplieation No. 1351Sa.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  TAKE NOTICE 'h-it ���>�� ao"Uc->tion, bai  bcen made to register Harronrt 1". T��lc-kin-  sonas theownerln FeeSimnle.ttnrferaTaxSale  Peed from Oeorpe Birkett Tavlor.'Collector of  Ai'onicipality of the Citv of Greenwood, to  Harcourt P. Oi��-1-'nsnn.bearln->-d-��te the7th dar  of nocember.A.D. 1W7, of a'l and slnirular that  certain parcel or tract of land and t>remin--ii  situate, lying1 and beinjr in the Citv nf Greenwood, in the Prnvlnceof Britl-th Columbla.more  particularly known and dencribed as���the North  M feet of Lot Five (S\ Block Eleven (Ul, Map  Twenty-One (21). City of Greenwood.  You and each of yon are required to content  the claim of thc tax purchaser within forty-five  davs from the date of the first insertion of til's  notice, and in default of a ca vent or certificate  of lis pendens being- filed���and In default of re  demptlon���within such period, you will be for  ever estopped and debarred froirsettlnsropany  claim to or in respect of the said land, and I  shall reirlster Harcourt P. Dickinson as owner  thereof.  Dated at Land 'Ref-'stry Office, Kamloops.  Province of British Columbia, this Sixth  day of January, A.D. 1908.  TV. H. EDMONDS.  District Registrar  To LAURA A. WARD- 't  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen  Land District-  of Yale.  District  TAKE NOTICE that I Henrv '���Strauis of  Midway, B.C., bv occupation Farmer,  intend to applv for permission to purchase the  following described, land: Commencing: a.t a  post plaited at the North West comer of H.  Strauss Pre-emption Lot No. 787 S, thence north  ���SOchiin^; thence east 80 chains; thence sonth  SO chains; thenee we��t. 80 chains to point'ef  commencement, and containing; MO acres, more  or lesB.  HENRY STRAUSS,  Dated February 3rd, 1908.  Painting  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting anel decor  ating promptly done.  mall Papering  Hnd Katectnining  Send in yeur spring orders.  6e-d��RXhotnp$on  Box 255, Greenwood.  8he-p Government street.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yaje  TAKE NOTICE That Ellen Lon-;. of Park  Kapids,   Minn., occupation   Housekeeper,  intends to apply   for   permission   to purchase  llie following described lands:   Commencing- at  a post planted at the South East corner of Application to   Purchase Record No. 254S bein-;  Survey  Lot No. 78SS;  thence east 80 chains ;  thence sonth 60.chains;   thence west 80 chains:  thence north 60 chains to point of commencement, and contatniu-f 480 acres, more or   less.  ELLEN LONG,  Per Henry Strauss, Af-ent  Dated December -)tb, 1907.  One Way Colonist Rates  Eastern Canada to  | Alberta* British Columbia  Toronto, Brantford, Guelph,  London. Gait,  46.05.  Kingston  $50.10  Ottawa, via Pt Arthur  orSS. Mar.e  51-40  Ottawa, via Chicago -  5-2.45  Montreal                -  52.70  Quebec  58 00  St. John. N B.  Moncton.M.B  60.95  Halifax  62.45  Correspondingly low rales from  air intermediate pointa. Ticket a  on sale Feb. 29 to April 29.1908.  Por further particulars Call or  write,  J. MOE,  D.P.A. NeUoa  B.   R.  E.J. COYLE,  A.G.P.A.Vancou*er  AGENT  HBDPATH,  OHXXKWOOD,  o<>o*'��o*o*oooooooooo*a*��*����>��->��os'  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Rep  latioDS.  A NY arailable Dominion X-andg with?" the  -^Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be  homesteaded by any psrsoa who Is the sole  head of a family, or say male OTer 18 years of  a-re,t< Ihe extent of one-qaarter section of 160  acres more or Jess.  Bui ry must be made personally at the local  land office for the dlitrlct In which th* land Is  sitn e. Eutry by proxy mayf hewetrer, be  ma e on certain conditions by the father,  m' Iher, son, daughter, brother or sister of an  in endin-r homesteader.  The homesteader Is required to perform j  conditions connected therewith nnder one    f  the following plans:  (1) At least six months* resldsaca apon and  cultivation of the land tn each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, If the father Is.,  deceased), ofthe homesteader resides upon a  .'arm In the vicinity of the land entered for.the  requirements aa to residence may Le satisfied  by such person residing- with the father or  mother.  [31 If the settler has his permanent residence  upon ���*������- ning land owned by him In the vicinity it his homestead, th* requirements as to  residence may be satisfied by residence upon  the said land.  Six months' notice In writing should be given  ��� oths Commissioner of Dominion Lauds at  Ottawa of Intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining tights may be leased for  a period of twenty-one years at an annual  rental of $1 per acre. Not more than &5n0  acres shall be leased to one individual or  company. A royalty at tbe rate of five cent  per ton shall be collected on the merchantable  coal mined.  W. W. COBT,  Deputy ofthe  Minister of the Interior .  N. B.���Unauthorized publication ef this ad  vertlsemsnt will not be paid fox.  Similkameen  Land District,  of Yale  District  Similkameen  Land District  of Yale.  District  TAKE NOTICE that William  Arthur ol Greenwood, llritish  Edward Mc-  Columbia,  by occupation Lumberman, intends to apply  fora special timber licence over the following  described lands: Commencing at a post planted  at about live chains distant in au easterly  direction from the northwest corner of A.  Hsher's pre-emption. Lot lf/>8; thence east  about 3-t chains; thence south 40 chains to G  Eustace's northwest corner; thence east 35  chains; thence nor.h 40 chains to Lontter's  southwest corner; thence north 40 chains;  llienL-eeast 1'icha us; tbeuce north 40 chains;  lhi!iice west W> chains; thence south 80 chain*  to the place of beginning and containing 640  acres, more or less.  Located the 17th dayof December, 1907.  Wii.mam Edwakd McArthur.  Dated 27th December. 1907. iai^t  TAKE NOTICE that Joseph H. Leasia of  the District of Yale, Province of British  Columbla,by occupation timber cruiser, intends  toapply for permission to purchase thelollovlne  described land: Commencing at a post marked  J. H. Leasla's S.E. Corner Pott situated at the  North East coraarof J.E, Feeney's application  Lot 612; theace north 20 chains: thence vres  *u chains; thence sonth 'JO chains; thence e.o,  A) chains, to place of commencement, and containing 40 acres, more or less.  Joseph B. Leasia, Locator  Dated November 2nd, 1907.  Similkameen  Land District,  of Yale  District  TAKE NOTICE tbat Anna WUs m, of Park  Raplds, Minn., occupation Bouieaeeper,  intends to applv tor permission to purchase  the following described lands: Commencing  at apost planted at the North Ea��t corner of  W. Hager's Pre-emption Record No. 115S, being  Survey Lot No. 789S ; thence East SO chains  thence south 60 cliaias; thence West 80 chain  thence north 60 chains, to point of commenee  ment containing 480 acres, mora or less.  ANNA WlTLsOX, ���  Per Henry Str tats. \g -at  Dated December llth,19H7,  If  ��� ������������'v&'h  .)W  Y'%  YYir.  Y&SmtM  ymm  ��� ��� ������.-*��� ._v'  Y^'iY-YY,-y<:\  ���Y$Yy1  ym  '*":'.':���Y*&M  Bsta ���iv^7*STe- *****���-- *��� -wi- ��� -*��- *��>���*>��� "fc1--^* "iSe^ViBfcV^ete.  I  Seasonable Goods  4  %  i  ft  in  We carry a full line of Cooking,  Heating, and Ranges from the best  makers. :        :        :       ���:        -  Groceries  Our Grocery Department is complete and we can outfit the smallest  house to the largest camp,     s        j  GEMS' FURNISHINGS  We carry none but the best in Men's  and Boy's Clothing���In fact we are  THE OUTFITTERS in this line.  u  i  i  i  i  <r-  J  I!  tt  i  i  I  I  ���a  w  ft  I BS  COMPANV,   LTD.  HARDWARE CLOTHING GROCERIES jl  ��)!  H  ��  ��� -w*^* jm^A ^nJ> ^^�� ja^�������.*>*. -^*. -^> ��. ^^.e, ^.t .^ a. -^ * <��. a -^i_-^ �� -^k> -*.������  Always Ask for  s  M  I  Greenwood Ciquor Co.  IMPORTERS  GFEENWOOD  IRST MATTRESS FOR THE  TUNNEL GANG.  While this man is hurrying  on, headed for the Tunnel,  buy a Morris Chair and rest  easy  while    Ww<a  you watch the _B3����$  ore come out,  Price,   $9.20  **  ��*  r.  V;  -*  ���*��  V;  V;  Everylhing: for the Home and Tunnel even to Hot  Air at our Store  .'. A.'.L. WHITE  1 "*  J Phone 16 FURNITURE AND STOVE MAN ��  ���S*^^^^^^J?*^|f*lP*K*K^**<'^'K,jrj?K,'^|P^'^^  ���"T-.HJ0 perfect results of careful culinary efforts.  �����    The true delights of line cookinj*-are known  only to  the users   of  < X> C C-O-O 0<K>0000000000<)000<)0000<>OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCM>000  0  0  0  o  o  0  0  0  0  0  0  o  0  0  6  I  0  0  0  0  r  iterion Steel Ranges  he range that keeps the range  boiler boiling.  FOR SALE BY  . W. Bishop  0  o  ">  0  0  O0O0OOOOO<��0O0O0OO<K>O0O0OOO0OO0OOO00O0��>OOO000O0OOOO  Get your Job Printing done at the Times'  Offices*    Prices Moderate,  ^  &  THE  BOOJ  TOWN 70<PICj  RY  CREEK  TIMES  The   Boundary   Valley todge  ���   ..... ��� ���<. ";������<  is  holding  a    smoker   tonight.  Don't forget it.  Midway bas arranged ia- celebration tor May 24tb. Horse  racing-, baseball, etc., every thing  that goes to make a good time  will be provided.        y:c  Remember when you want tea  that Smith and McEwen's are  now the only agents for Decka-  julie���the tea that you know so  well.  Remember the Miners' Union  Ball on the !7th���St. Patrick's  night. St. Patrick's sons are the  embodiment of fun and pleasantry  Come to the dance and Have a  good time. Good music, good  floor, good house, good time.  A correspondent sends us the  following: Here's the latest on  Peck. Billy Dunn of Peerless  Ho+el, Ororille: "Have you had  your breakfast, Peck?"  Peck: "Not a drop."  We have bargains in Wall Paper remnants that we wish to clear.  Get busy before that tall chimney  starts spouting.    McRae Bros.  The case of the Haynes Estate  vs. The British Columbia Land  and Investment Agency which  was to have been- heard, finally  at Victoria on the Sth inst. is reported to have been settled out of  court, the company offering $7,500  in settlement of the claims of  the heirs agaiust it.  Coles' BookstoTe has an unequalled display of chocolates. If  you have'nt seen them, do so at  once.    They are worth the while  The stillness of Greenwood's  Sunday evening was broken last  Sunday night by the beat of a  half a dozen drums and the tramp  of a couple of score of vigorous  feet down the main street. , It  was the Boy's Brigade going to  attend divine service.  Ring_up Smith and McEwen's  when you need tea. They have  Decka_ulie,thetea with one brand  always good, always the same.  On Wednesday afternoon Judge  Hallett returned from Victoria  where he spent a couple of weeks  in connection with the water-  rights in dispute between John  Mulligan, of Phoenix and the  Greenwood City Waterworks Co.  This matter has been in litigat-  ionfor some time and thcarrange-  men s made recently were simply  confirming an order-in-council  passed some time ago in the matter dea-ing with   certain   details  The choicest confection in the  land 6oc per pound. Halt pound  and pound boxes, 35 and 75 cents  er box at McCrae Bros.  Remember that all applications  for the privilege .of voting, pro  vided an election comes on next  summer, fall, winter, or the spring  of 1909, must be in the hands of  the registrar before the last Monday in March. To have a vote  you must bave resided in this province at least six months before  March 30th.  The work train of the C.P.R.  is filling in time hauling out some  of the 400,000 ties piled along the  railway between Anaconda and  Eholt. Most of these ties go to  main line. As soon as the frost  goes out of the ground, perhaps  iu ten days, this crew will resume  work with a steam shovel on the  grading at Cascade.  Tbe Greenwood Concert Orchestra are in great demand.  Even so is the 17th of Ireland for  a dance night. The orchestra  was asked to take engagements  on that night in Eholt and Keremeos beside the one they had accepted at home at the Miners'  Union Ball.    Don't forget it.  The semi-annual election of the  Phoenix Miners' Union N'o. 8, W.  F. M., was held on Saturday night  last, and resulted in large majorities for the "Union" ticket. The  new executive is aa follows : President. W. J. Loubit; vice-president,  J. Ostersnan ; financial secretary,  W- A. Pickard; recording secretary, MaTCus Martin; assistant  recording secretary, J. C. Tait;  treasurer, Frauk Knott; conductors, John R. Campbell and Jas.  McClufcch ; warden, Jas. Comiole ;  trustees,  John B. Campbell, E. J.  on, Alex. Peterson, John  ���Mclver and P. Corrigan. There  y&lfj votes cast, the highest being  l(pi# Secretary Pickard of 31*4.  ^Nearly all the "union" ticket'men  had votes of nearly 300, while only  one of the others, the candidate for  president, Dan Patterson, had  over 100 votes.  The Kettle River Fish and Game  Protective association will hold a  meeting in the citv hall on Wednesday evening next at 8 o'clock.  Every one interested in protecting  the fishing in Boundary creek is  requested to be present.  Tom Henderson, superintendent  of the Duncan mine, came into  camp on Wednesday. While the  mine is closed, he intends going to  to Butte to visit the great Montana  camp.  The Mother Lode horses have  been returned from the ranch where  they have been during the winter.  We understand that this has been  necessary to keep the horses in  good condition. Foraging on the  ranch wasn't good enough.  Purely Personal j  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenin-*;s  Walter E. Haddon,  Porks, is the guest of  B. Holmes this week.  of  Grand  Mr. Fred.  MINING  The second car of machinerv  for the new compressor at the  Mother Lode . arrived this  week and is being put in place at  the mine. The third car has  been shipped- and is on the road.  This car contained the,cylinders  for the compressor.  Most of .the force at the Sally  mine at Beaverdell has been laid  off for a few weeks until the wet  season is over and the roads get  better. A few men are being  kept on to.open up a promising  lead. The Sally has been improving steadily and the ore show-  iti gs h ave been better looking con-  tinuallv. Tbe mine- will reopen  about June 1st. ,  Jas. S. Birnie, Deputy Sherriff,  has called a sale for March 12th  to auction certain tools and small  machinery at the Elkhprn mine.  This is to satisfy a judgement  for $213.94 obtained by E. J. Car-  tier against the company.  LORD'S DAY KEEPING  A man of large stature, of fairly unconventional dress for a  clergyman, and of such personality that under the reflected rays  of an overhanging pulpit lamp,  he gave you an impression of rug-  gedness, of verve and of power.  Rev. W. M. Rochester, western  secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance gave on Sunday evening  last an altogether inoffensive and  faultless character to the Lord's  Day Alliance.  As a sermon Mr. Rochester's  address was a gem. It was bright  and well arranged and his illustrations were appropriate and illuminating. As a plea for the  reasonableness of sabbath: keeping, it was also effective. And  as an interpretation of the position of the Alliance in regard to  Sabbath observance, it gave an  altogether reasonable statement.  The Sabbath is an' institution  which for the moral and physical  benefits it confers it is a good  thing to perpetuate.  At the close of his address Mr.  Rochester referred to the exaggeration in the stories from Winnipeg. No arrests has been made  in Winnipeg and the Attorney-  general had given his assent to  only 232 prosecutions and these  were instituted not by the Alliance but by the City of Winnipeg- .  In regard to the Act in British  Columbia, the Attorney-general,  through Mr. Tatlow,had announced that no prosecutions wonld  be assented to. The Alliance  had taken the position that it  was beyond the power of the Attorney-general to take this step  which means a nullification of  the Act and that the law gave  him power to assent or withhold  his assent to prosecution, only on  application.  E; E.- Richardson, of the Kelly  Douglas Co., was shaking hands  with the grocers this week.  F. Rising and wife have been  spending the week in Grand  Forks, visiting many of their  friends there before leaving for  the coast.  J. D. Spence, with R. W. Dal-  g]*ish and J. W. Main went over  the Forks yesterday. They will  remain a(couple of days.  Miss Kate McKenzie, of Phoenix, is taking the place in the  school there recently vacated by.  her sister who is in charge of the  Intermediate Department of the  Greenwood sehool.  E. G. Warren and Mrs. Warren  spent some days last week in Victoria and Vancouver returning  on Tuesday.  D. E- McCutcheon representing  R. G. Dunn & Co's Vancouver  office, and nephew of the Collector  of Customs has been in the city  since Saturday. -  . Chas. A. Fair J eft on Sunday  morning for Collingwood, Ont.,  having received word-that his  mother, who resides there, was  seriously ill.  W..T. Hunter left on Wednesday for Wheatlands, N.D., where  his other business is conducted  under the name of the Hunter  Mercantile Co.  Andrew Sater is in Oroville  this week looking after the business interests there of Sater and  Johns.  J. W. Main, of Vancouver, father of Mrs. J. D. Spence, came to  Greenwood on Monday last. Mrs.  R. W. Dalgleish, sister of Mrs.  Spence is also with her.  Mr. Justice Clement will spend  the summer at his old home in  Grand Forks. He will move there  from the coast, probably within  a month.  Henry Bretson, John Finlay  and the long Canadian who have  been twisting rocks at the Sally  on the West Fork are in Greenwood where they expect to enjoy  the next month or two till the  roads are in such shape that they  can ship again from the mine. .  G. S. Holt and H. E. Tylor, inspectors of the Bant of Commerce  arrived in -"he city on Monday,  and are performing their duties  atthe local branch. Mr. Holt  was once employed in the branch  here.   THE RESULT OF ILL-HEALTH  The rumor circulated last week  that the retirement of Colgate  Hoyt from the presidency of the  B.C. Copper Co. was due to ill-  health, was this week confirmed  by The Times. Mr. Hoyt will  go to Europe for a vear.  No election will take place for  President of the Dominion Copper  Co. until the return of H. H. Melville from Europe, Mr. Melville  who was in Greenwood a couple of  months ago in company -with M.  M. Johnson is now in Europe and  it is expected that when he arrives  he will present for election to the  'directorate the name of some one  to represent the holdings of the  company in Great Britain C.  J. Cull, whose election to tue directorate was made at the annual  meeting has been appointed one  of the vice-presidents and in the  interim is performing the duties  of president. Hon. Warner Miller, president ot the company,  has resigned from the directorate  as well as from his position as  pre sident.   Our system  Campbell's Clothing  Special Tailoring- Service  offers to men who live in small towns  the advantage of having their clothes  made to their measure���AS THBJY  WANT THEM MADEJ-by the leading-  tailors of Canada  Our representatives, Messrii The  Hunter Keodrick Co., Ltd., will be  pleased to show you a full line of, all  the latest faeries and designo 'from  ���which to cfioose.  They will attend to your meapure-  lnents and instructions and the clothing- expercs in our factory will personally make your suit.  Our clothes are guaranteed to fit and  please you in every particular or money  refunded.  ���** *'"- .* - **v fl  The  HUNTER-KENDRICK   CO.,   LTD  % 4' 4* 4* 4* ���ir ����������i�� -t�� -i�� ���i* -i- *i�� �������� 4*'���������������������������������'-^  ���     /#  ������-���*'������  *  4  Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd. +  v OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. T  4-  *  4-  4-  To Rent  Cottage,   4   rooms,   close   in.  - ��� '���      4 ro6ms, near hospital  * ���       4 rooms, near Smelter  Log House, 4 rooms " "  Cabins and Rooms in all parts  of the City.  iri  sfc ������''���!��� ->|* *|* ��j�� ��f�� ���$��� ��if> ��$��� ��|* *����� ��|t ��|�� ��$�� ��|��-j|**|��*}*��Q*��|**|**f**|*��|*��|��  WW>*HW��WM��MM����MMMIM��MIMH��Wi*l*l��tWWIM  I  & CO., Ltd.!  DEALERS IN  Tresb and ��ur��d meats  Fisb and Poultry*  ������ .  :  *-'������. '.���-���'���.  ���������������*����������***����*ff������������*|9*��*e��*AwAM��<��*����*��*��*��'M>*����*M  1  1)  Moore's Cafe  Moved to the WINDSOR HOTEL.   Our  New���Restaurant is newly appointed throughout. You have eaten your meals with tis before. Try us in our new home. Anything  you want, at any time you say. Everything  of the best.  HOWARD MOORE, Proprietor.  -I  * ��� v.  SB9  Match      13*08.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The -follo-wlnjrjatle (rives �����>' ��** fhlptnedlB of Boundary mine* tor 1900,1901, 1912, 1903,  1904, 1905, 1906 and 1907. as reported to the Greetmo-Ml Tlmt�����  Arrangements have heen made  In theafternoon, Mr. Rochester to show the Pickard moving pictures in the Miners' Union hall  every Wednesday night. Everyone *who attended the entertainment on Wednesday night was  pleased with it. Only one entertainment will be given weekly in  Phoenix and the arrangements  made provide for more film, good  music, good singing and a good  time.    Kemember it.  spoke to the men in the Miners-  Union Hall and there was a good  ���deal of discussion. In the morning, he was in the Methodist  church.  It is only fair to Mr. Rochester to say that neither bis address,  dress, or demeanor smacked at all  of ;he long-haired.sour-faced adamantine opinionated people,who  sometimes make this and other  causes a matter for ridicule.  Minb. 1900  Granby Mines..... 64,531  Snowshoe       397  B.C. Copper Co....  Mother Lode    -,340  B.C. Mine    19,494  Ktnma   Oro Denoro.   Bonnie Belle   Bom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem   Idaho....   Rawhide   Sunset   Mountain Rnt-e_     Atfaler-taii    1,200  Morrison...   R. Belt.._   Senator.       Brey Fofrle_   No. 37   Reliance   Sulphur King   Wlnnipe-f    1,076  Golden Crown.    2,250  King-Solomon   Big Copper -  No. 7 MiBt-._       Citv oft Paris   Jewel       160  Riverside   Carmi   Sally   Rambler   Batcher Boy   Duncan   Providence....;       Elkhorn.....   Strati-more..   Golden Eagle '.  _.��.���  Preston......   Prince Henry   Skylark   Last Chance    _   E. P. tr. Mine. ....  Bay   _.-'..  IdavlR   Don Pedro    Ceestent...   ���   Helen   ���.   Rnby    Republic   ~ -.  MisceUlaneonB    3,230  15-1*1       1902        1903  231,762   309.858   39*1,718  1,741     20,800    11,212  99,034   141,?26   338.079  47,405     14,811     19.365  650  1904 1��05  549.703   653,889  174,298   147.576  Past  1906       1907       M0��  Week  801,404   613,537     194,220  24,440  8,426   135 001        367      ......  10S.90C   208,321       1.488      1,��12       802  550  1/40  "  "875  665  2.000  3fi0  8,530  22,��*37  15,537  37.960  16,400  32,350  3,070  3,250  1.759  4.586  9.485  3,007  20  55,731  11.804  3.177  1&-I74        14.4*1       140,6813  2,960  26/02  48^90  3,558  43,296  12*3       64,173   25,108  3.056  4,747  1,*H  15.731  5,646  3.339  560  363  2,435  31.270  31058    .    ..  150     649   .;   222  ' 364  33  1^33     ,   788  625  33  150  "586  ��� ���'    - -������  482  30  145'  ���    - --  .2,060  90       890  79  ��� 30  106  ' 76  9  18.  1,140  40  140  "20  15  589  66      .60  993  400  219  "726  325   f  Si  50  300  770  150  20.  535  689  255  73  20  40  90  '.    80   40   '"YY."  700  20     ...-.  55   60     .  224   ..":".  167     30       ������ .**5     ".".'"!.. 3JB  80  3,456 '      325  500  60  750  20  500  \n  Total, tons > 96.600 '390,800 '503,876  690,419   829,808_933^481,161,5371,148^37   194,670   24,440  Smelter treatment���  Granbv Co 62J87   230,828   212^40   401,921   596,252   687,988   828,879   637,626     191,993    22,768:  B.C. Copper Co    ���    117,611   148,600   162,913   219,484   210,830   123.840   341,952     ���  Dom. Cop. Co          132^*0    30,930    84,059   21&8U   153,439            .���.���  Total re doctd... 62,:-69   :48,439, 4C0.940  t��.7,404  837,666  982,8771,172,4031,233,017     191,993 22,76f


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