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 *-;;- ~Si* ,''.''.'(���>; ���-vt'.,- ,-;  4/  5  GREENWOOD,   B.C.,   FRIDAY,    MARCH 19,    1909  m^:YY^mm��m^mmmmm  DRY GOODS BOOTS & SHOES���-MILLINEBY  ^-=  j-po :.?/"iiii-l,'t*i^V_  '.v-.sw  *. ���... *. ���*,  ������-- !.s.H  _*?  ���r^ievieiiftwman appeared before  Friday  l^|||^||^wi^^l^y!^iy charge .of  -^(^i||Hv^ kis  %  m  Asion and Special^4pst��bl�� Car-  S^-**^-!-^^ an  ���     J|i^^^Sj|6}caiue; any the  course of a few days. :  &  .&50-&:  ^::&o  ���*.,���?*  r^  .?,���(���> ni-;  ��� /���i.i/'.i  *u  !^:i.  V&  ;:4;R���gi^0aJcbes-  Diatnonds  Jewelery  &-   :-!;  if-  >w*$ v ft.'-,  =aas  ^'X-tf  ac  !)yj-'y'  ;?i>:  .IT*  ���Cut  ��:*$  &�����  ...l.'.V  ma'%  The Greenwood Rifle Associat-r  ion willmeet atthe Government  offices on the 29th, at 8 p.m., and  all those wtio are interested are  invited to attend. ' y  | The club is  equipped with the  latesl-paitjBrti fioss ftfle.y_ri the'if  aJJKFJ.-ki-    .>.?IjiJ,li.  i .X.  practise affords young pien a fine  opportunity!to become 'proficient  ia^theuBeof this excellent arm!  "Tt is'hyped' 'th' at a '1 arger *num-  pe^r will4t'ake adyintage bf' prac-;  tise shooting during the coming  season. ' '  i y.r .;���  Do vou realize the great and  distinct advantage  ''"YY.      It is not tlie price'which Vri-ikes'biir Mens Shoes  pQpuiarybut our. Policy of'-''always' having '. the  best  <   Shoes possible for the 'price'.* ''"'���   ���''*'���' ���'"-'���' ���*���    >:;; ���'���"'���  ..-���- Every Shoe we   carry is- made specially ipr us,,, ���,  by the largest Manufactures in Canada and the States,.j  :   -: We are receiving daily .shipments'of all classes;  yJYt" of ^erfs foot; wear.. ���.   . ,   ^., . ,..   ...',���,.,,...,,  .'; ''.Y.'The;time is!; hear   at hand   when you will be ���  looking for you-*.Spring Shoes,   Don't overlook the  fact that-we can show-you&*l*^  others put. together. ;  " ip ���*���...  !-     ,. AW/f ���*������. " *���      .* ~ v.-��^ ���* ���-��� e**f, 5  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in  7--j;r-lJ  Household.. Afnmqma^uart hottles     -      2SO  Chloride of Lime, pound tin     v      >       ISO  Carbolic Acid, Formalin, Thenyle, Creolin, Benzine,  Soap Bark, Turpentine.  Get a bottle of Tiffany's Silver Cream, makes tar-1  nished silver like new,  Large Bottles, 250.  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  "We Give the Most Change Back." ;...  No  28  SEUT UP FOR TRIAL  U; ��� Y\\l   _V\VY "'YY-YY:-: jY >Yr.  Greenwood  Rifle Association.  TUNNEL  Final   Arrangements Are Now Being  Completed.  Richard Armstrong,oi Chicago,  promoter of the Greenwood-Phoenix tunnel, arrived in Greenwood  last Friday to complete arrangements for the prosecution of the  work.  A By-law iri line with the understanding had with last year's  Cily Couacil will be submitted to  the property-holders of the city  and will be parried unanimously.  The City Council and the Board  of Trade are a unit in its favor;  and the citizens geaerally have  every confidence that when the  big bore is' driveo through the  high-grade veins whic'a the  tunnel will pierce. Greenwood  will be the best and busiest  mining camp ever seen ia British  Columbia.  Will Make Another Mine  THE UT1 COUNCIL.  Lindsay Leaves Crow's  Nest  Coal Company.  A telegramirbin Toronto states  that at the general meeting ot the  stockholders of the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal p��. a new board of  directors was elected and G, G. S  * T^s^T-^otg^^ -*2Q3)0.tevritett th^ra-^ay ^ach-  add i^sidentOf  th*-boards )ias ���*��--tfceilimlt��.:-of the-Oity of Phoe  retired, and Elias Rogers, one? of  ���' i ' \i ? ���'?���''' y ; :' <��� &      ������ i v   :v -; - '.-  the original; directors, eleetedy to  the'presidency of tha newj board.  Mr.,;-Rpgers was; managing director, at the time of the great explosion in May, 1902, arid is well  kripwri in- Fernie; It is the; in-  tention of the company 'to erect  lOOO.new.cbke pyens there during  the.;next two^ yestrs- andyihe... battery, at Michel is also-ijo; be ; ia-  -creas^dijjrry.; ,-; Y,. y..J,,,   y y  .Manager Hurd.,������states that he  will soon be able to" put all his  men to work steadily in the mines  and;;:- that ���.���:?^ the -output,-��� .iwiiich  has been averaging about 1,500  tons, will be increased to 2,000  tons within a month. It is esr-  pected that the product of stlfethe  mines will be .swelled to- $,000  tons daily before the end of the  year.; ;;,  sy  The semi-annual election of the  officers of Phoenix Mi ners' union  was held last week, the following  were elected: President, R. Sil-  verthorn; vice-president, J. !D.  McLean;; financial secretary.; W.  A. ^piGkar^; .recording;,, jsecr^tajry^.  W. X. McDonald; assistant recording secretary, Clifford Adaifas;  tVeasu'refi D.' Wi Mclterizie; war-  den; L. McKelvie; conductor, . J.  P. Cosgrpvej: trustees, J, D. McKenzie, Angus McKinnon, Daa  Patterson, D. W. McKenzie, M.  M^eod,:r^;;'- Ylyy:i':\\ ���:���������   .   .  '%'^/^irnie; D;D;G.M., paid  an bffieial visit to the local Mas-  ��nic lodge yesterday, evening,  arid'will visit Harmony lodge,  Grand Forks, on the 24th.  ,...A< .well-attended and entbusi-  astic :��^tin^ ef'the. Order of  Railway;Telegraphers -was held  ab0Bh��lt on. the  fevening of ��� the  ]&&ifYY_YYY..y:- y'YY :;-y.;   '  Y: D. A. ��� iSacDon^ld has, staked  '. the'iiBPfiL; lotation*^ near Midway,  formerly h��i(4- bv 1). [CYC^rhia.,  'arid;-^jphriy H. East, ywith j two  ��ther men ara engaged in sinking  a prospecting 3haf t o a the ;: property,   -j: '    '������-. "������ Yy.-: ��� :-\ : :,.  Ladies' Oxfordain great variety  at Barclay & Co's,  With the. exception of Alderman Buckless all the members  were present at the Council meeting on Monday night.  Communications were read from  the Canadian Mining Journal  asking, for subscription ; F. W.  McLaine re recreation grounds;  Greenwood City Waterworks Co.  re. reduction in.street lighting  rates. ,'  Subscription to the Canadian  Mining Journal was ordered discontinued, and the letters of Mr.  ���McLaine and Mr. McAllister fil--  ed. A letter was read/ from Mr.  ���Richard Armstroag'.asking for a  bonus of $50,000 in bonds to assist the buildiug   of- a*; tramway �� j  ��� ��*��^*��������*��0e-*i*��o->-'e��a-*��0*a  ing   him   full   standing ia    the  courts.  No. 3���By Alderman Gulley, re  Liquor License Regulations, calling for all rates and taxes to be  paid before license will be granted.  No. 4���By Alderman Gulley,  re Revenue amendment, increasing hotel licenses $25 a year and  saloon licenses $50 a year.  No. 5���By Alderman Wilson,  re Fines and Penalties; to do  away with the necessity of incorporating the penalty clause in  each and every bylaw where a  penalty may be enforced.  On March 17th the B.C. Copper  Co. made the first paymeut of 10  per cent, on the group of claims  which they bonded on the 17th of  September in Wellington camp.  Although the principal work  has been done on only two claims,  the money paid is for the whole  group.  Those who come in on the payment are, Al. JSanderson, J. M.  Doyle, Jas. Drum, John Buckley,  J. J. Farrell, aud Peter Nelsoa.  The values in this property are  principally in gold, and it may be  taken that the B.C, Copper Co.  has added another valuable mine  to their list in the Boundary.  Second Fire Totally  Destroys  the Store of Hardy & Co.  ��� *Ui*4����tt��<��-t��������a-ifi�� ��*o�� ���  1 MINES AND MINING!  between Greenwood and Phoenix  ���$15,000 to be paid on completion  of 3,000 feet; $15,000 to be paid  On completion of 6,000,feet;   and  nix^   ���������  ''I hereby offer and undertake  to construct an underground tramway from the City of Greenwood  to the limits of the City of Phoenix,  for carrying of ore, the said tramway to start within the limits of  the City of Greenwood, on or near  the Nelson mineral claim.  "*Iu -order to carry out the construction of the said train way, I  Wonld ask and suggest that the  corporation of the City <��� of Green-  .wood . bonus said undertaking to  the extent of $50,000 of bonds to  bo payable as follows : $15,000  when said tramway is completed  .'-.,000 feet from its portal; a further 815,000 whe-.* it is completed  6,000 feet from its portal ; a further. $20,000 when it is completed  to a point under the limits of the  City of Phoenix.'.'  , The folloyving petition, signed by  Sidney S. Oppenheimer aud (53  other:*, was read :  The petition of the undersigned  humbly showeth:  1. That your petitioners are  the owners of real property within  the limits ef the municipality of  the City of Greenwood of the value  of at least on-teuth of the total  value of the real property in said  municipality, as shown by the last  revised assessment roll.  2. That your petitioners request  your honorable body to introduce  a bylaw to raise upon the credit of  the corporation of the City of  Greenwood a sum not exceeding  $50,000 to assist in the construction of an underground tramway  to top ore bodies under, between  or adjacent to the cities of Phoenix  and Greenwood, and carry 6��id ore  to Greenwood.  The Citv Clerk was instructed  to draft an agreement according  to Mr. Armstrong's letter.  The matter of street lights was  left with the committee for two  weeks for further consideration.  The water committee reported  having repaired four leaks in the  town and one in;Anaconda,consequently the water had to be cut  off during repairs.  The following by-laws were  given their third readings:  No. 1���By Alderman Dixon, to  reduce the Mayor's salary to $250  and cut off the remuneration to  aldermen.  No. 2���By the Mayor, re appointment of City Solicitor, giv-  The Bounty Fraction -shipped  their second car of ore this week.  The smelter at Trail is now  treating 40,000 tons of ore a  month, the gross value of the  output being $400,000 monthly,  of which 40 per cent is gold, 22  per cent each lead and silver, and  16 per cent copper. The company has made a long contract  for 100 tons of ore daily from the  Le Roi No. 2.  As a resul t of the closin g of  the Le Roi mine the Northport  smelter will shut down in three  weeks as there is not sufficient  custom ore to keep the plant in  operatiori.  A forty-foot vein of high-grade  ore has been struck on the ninth  level in the War Eagle.  Sentence Suspended,  A. Maslonka, cobbler, peddler,  etc., was sent up for trial by Magistrates Norris and Hardy, of Midway, on a charge of stealing some  Yesterday morning about one  o'clock the general store of Thomas Hardy & Co.. Midway, was  discovered to. be on fire for the  second time within ten days.  Last Sunday week a fire under  the floor of the building was extinguished with great difficulty  through the valiant efforts of the  Midway bucket-brigade ; and  since that time the s*ore has been  closed awaiting the arrival of the  fire-adjuster, N. B. Whitely, who  was in tbis week to a certain the  extent of the damage.  There bad be��-n no fi*e in the  building since that time, and  there is evidence which indicates  that the place had been broke. 1  into, giving a   strong   suspicion  that the premises were deliberate  beef hides near that place on the ,  . *���       ly set on fire.  8th of   March,   and   which was  preferred by Phillip Davis, another vendor of small wares, who  hails from Sunny Italy.  The accused elected for speedy  trial, and appeared before his  Honor Judge Brown on Wednesday, when the charge was found  to be proven.  Out of consideration for his  wife and children, Maslonka was  allowed his freedom upon his entering into a recognizance to appear before the Judge when called upon for sentence.  Large Acreage Changes Hands  Something like 800 new stamps  and the equivalent of 400 more in  the shape oi tube mills, will be  installed in Rand mines during  the first three months of 1909.  METALS.  New York, March 17���Silver,  50^; Electrolytic copper, 12 to  12J4\ weak.  London, March 17���Silver 23J4,  lead, ^13. 5s. Od.  March 17-Clostag quotations on  the New York curb and Spokane  exchange:  Bid    Asked  B. C, Copper.  6.00    6 12J4  Granby  90.00 110.00  .12J_  Tbe sale of the Coryell ranch,  consisting of something like 900  acres, was consummated last week,  Peter Veregin and associates making a cash payment and taking  possession of the property. Mr.  Veregin also purchased 160 acres  of mountain land west of the  Newby ranch. The land was  acquired principally for the purpose of running irrigation ditches  over it to the Coryell ranch. It  is understoed that the new owners of the Coryell ranch have contracted for ail the unsold nursery  stock in the Riverside nurseries,  and tbat a large number of trees  will be planted on the property  this spring.���Grand Forks Sun.  The   store and building  are a  total loss which will   amount   to;;  about $11,000, and   were   insured  to about half the value.  Hardy & Co. had a good business at Midway, and their present misfortune is a matter of  great regret.  r::*..'<*<l  *|;#ASl  ���YYsti  ���yiH-i-'-i  "Zinc is Free"  "W-?I  >y|fjl  By a decision of the Supreme  Court of the United States tbe  duty is taken ofi zinc ores imported into that country.  This is one of the mest encouraging things that could happen  tor the Kootenays, and especially  for the Slocan.  Neither will it affect the zinc  reduction plant at Nelsoa. as  transportation charges are an effectual bar to the shipping of  zinc bearing ores to smelters 1< -  cated at any considerable distance  from the miues.  "The Spinster's C invention"  to be given bf the ldU.*-. of S .  Jude's Guild ou April 14t'j promises to be a very eij >yable alf iir.  Tbe ladie-5 are practising d-li-  gentlv for the event. Songs an I  specialties will also bi given  which will go to make a very enjoyable evening's entert-t>i-ime.r.  ''Startright" shoes for children,  Barclay & Co.  Thel-Vrwinciiil Parliament has  been prorogued.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE'"  The following table *'�����*�� lb* ore thipmrnis ol Hum darj niSnc* f<;r l'lO. 1**1. 1<XH, Vm.%.  WW. WOE, H06, IW7.19W aa reported to the Greenwood Tlnita-���  Paet  Mink 1901       W02       1903        1904        1*105       1906        1*107        1908        r*W   W��-fc  r.ranby   Mine*-.. 23U62   309*58   391,718   J49.703   653389   801,104   6'3,S37 l.<'*8,747   142,15* l-W".  Bnow/boe      1,741     20,800     71JU            8.426   135 001 S0.7�� 3.%3T0    2.o50  B. C Copper Co....  Motbei  Lode....     99/134    141,326   13*-*.<r79   174.29S    147.576   105,90c   208.231      294,635   <*,'W r-,*)6  19,494     47,405     14,811      19.365 l-4.*��       1,"1'  650       8,530     22.937     37/J60       9.485     11.WM     18.274   15.537     16.4 0       3.007       3.177      14,��81     58,989     !,y>3        11,2*4       20          11.213  1.-.V71        3*8  Dominion Copper 0.d}{  Coppkk Quotations.  B.C. Copper   Granby   Dominion Cooper   - 6.12>_  91.00  b.25  98.00  .18^  06 yA    .10-/4  "Monte Cristo" was presented  at the Auditorium on Tuesday  nigbt by Frederick Clarke and  Company. The performance was  of an order that is not frequently  seen in the Boundary country,  and the Auditorium Co. deserve  commendation for their enterprise in bringing first-class shows  to the city.  Barclay & Co. recommend and  sell the Smardon shoe for women  ���Startright shoe for children.  II. C. Mine  Kami   Oro Denoro.   Naixileoti   Ollir-rs  _   poai. Copper Co  Brookljn-St-mt.  Idaho.     Hawhide   Hmiset   Mountain Row.  Athlawtan   Morrltoa   K. Bell- -  Seaator   Brer Fotrle   No. 37.   Reliance   Salpbaf Kin_-.   Winnipeg. _   Gaiden Crown   Kioff Solomon   Bl�� Copper _    No. 7 Mine   City of Pari-*    Jewel..   Rirerside   Carmi   Sally   Rambler   Botcher Boy   Bnncan.   Providence   Elkhorn   Strathmore..   Golden Raffle    Preston.   Priaee Hetlry    Skylark   LaatCfaaace   E. P. TJ. Mine.   Bay_   Marls,   Don Pedro   deescent   Helen   Rubj._   Republic....   Miaoeinaaeoua_..  802  550  7,45j     15.731    Iftl  32.350     55.731    I40.W*A     4.1.295        4,'flO  2.960     12.243  3,ir7>     25,108     26,032     61.173      11.971  3.2-*<i       3.056     48,3-K)     31.270  3J3S  1,076  2.250  160  1.C40  875  66*  2.000  3*0  786  6Z5  482  2.060  890  219  1.759  4.586  3.339  5��l  363  2,435  4,747  3,450  222  364  33  31,258  3.490  3-tf  649  1333  33  150  79  145  30  106  993  726  778  400  325  150  20  -    30  65  76  o  18  1.140  40  140  90  U0  40  703  20  95  60  167  3.4J6  325  500  52  50  300  60  750  20  15  S3S  58>  224  689  2-*  73  30  20  40  45     90  80  .53  20  SHO  Total, ton-L_    "WOo" SBUnd  6*C.419i 82*V*��   ��3i5481,11.1.5371.148J37        C\?*n*y cF*1'*'���**   21-ytO   4��1.��1    ��6^82   W7.9R8   8��J��79   637,63-.  l,037.?44   12MI9    BC Copper Co    117,611    1��#��   162.913   2��,��M   2JUJU0   123.S40   MW&1     76.041        92,340 8.934  Dam. Oop. Ov-       --     IS2^K) *����.<����   218.811   1S3.*39      "OA*          Ltal rodoced...   6*389    34M39   460,9*0   69*7,404837,666   982,8771.172,4031^33,017 THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK  TIMES  niiiiiiiitiii-ri  0^  txw  Cr*-  CP-'  CF*'  CF"  CF-  Cr*  CP--'  CF*  CF*.  &  Cr*  Cr*'  CF*  ..Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1S17 ���   $12,000,000.  Capital, all paid ap, $14,400,000.        Rest   UNDIVIDED   MOFITS   $2l7.��28.56  Hon. Preeideot:   Loan 8Titamco-A ahd Mowt Koval. G. C. M. G.  Preeldent:   Sik Gbokob A. I����OMif(MiD,K.C. M. G.  Vico-Prealdent and General Manager :   Sik E. S. Clotjstom. Bart  Branches in London, Eag. I cUtf"If'*��%&. \ New YorK, Chicago.  Bny  and sell Sterling Eachang-e and Cable Traaafere ; Grant Commercial ar.  Travellers' Credit*, available in ����j* partfof tbe world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  _, Greenwood Branch,    ��-*  1836  THE BANK OF  1909  iritish North America  I PROVINCIAL ITEMS  The Methodists ot Nelson have  opened their new $30,000 marb'e  church.  a ��-oj>tt����a->-����**��--ie-'-B��a��������*-*  f MIES AND MINING]  �� ���  oa-K��'-**������***0������-!**��tii��������*��  The outlook for   mining in the  Yukon is said to be very bright.  The land acquired by the G.T.  P. forPrirce Rupert townsile embraces 24,000 acres.  KWTTUEVALLEY FRUIT  LANDS  Thirty   men   are employed on  the Standard  group at Silverton.  A Duluth capitalist has purchased a sitf at Eburne on tbe  north arm of ih��* Fraser on which  be proposes to build a s*raiti He  vator.  The Bluebell at Kaslo is shipping steadily to,the Trail smelter  The San-Poil-Republic Sm<*lt-  i i<j Co will build a smelter i.ear  R .ubhc  73 Years In Business.  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  Have You a  Bank Account?  The money is safer  in the Bank than in*  3'ourhouse or pocket.  A   Checking  Account provides a safe and convenient way of  paying your bills,  as each check issued returns  to you as a receipt.  A Savings Account keeps growing all the  time,    with    Interest    compounded    at   highest  current rates.  Greenwood Branch/^H. F. STOW, Manager.  Representatives of S 'attle capital have secured >en acres in the  E'-sl-cnd of Vancouver on which  they will erect a pla-.it f.��r the  manufacture ot locomotives and  logging engines.  The he Rii at Rossland, it is  stated, will be closed down for aa  iudefini e period.  The Night  Hawk Co. will resume operations of their 20 sump  Im'llin a few days.  An inquiry will be made into  the criticisms of Chief Ju-'.ice  Hunter.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Ptblic  Cable Address:       ������ Halt-btt."  I Bedford M'NeUTs  Codks < MoreiuK & Neal's  I Lelber's  Gft-rcwu-ooo. B.O  iVS-'gifcs  BOUNDARY  VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.LO.O. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 Op hi the  i. ��. 0. F. Hall.    A cordial Invt t-tlon la ak  tended to all aojoarnln-r brethem.  D. A. MACDONALD A. LOGAN,  N. G. V. G.  R. J. SAUNDERS, R*c. S��c.  Cb��  Boundary Creet Times  Issued evarv f tidav  Milla-i Sl Davidson, Lessees.  J. M. MILLAR  Manaobr  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pisk Ybak    -'W  Sj-c Months    1 25  To FORMGN COU-TBIBS - 2 SO  FRIDAY. MARCH 19, 1909  John Mclnnis made a strong  speech against the Bowser election bill which is intended to deprive the migratory working man  of his vote.  conviction of a prisoner on trial  for his life by describing him to  the jury as a Dago.���Saturday  Sunset.  .  With the exception of those  who talk theology, all soap-box  orators have beeu forced out of  business in Toronto.  What wonderful qualifications  those Toronto coppers are supposed to possess.  The Hedley Bucket Brigade  did valiant service in extinguishing a serious fire.  Hedley should wake up and get  an up-to-date system of fire protection like we have in Greenwood  Employees in American steel  rail mi lis are warned that their  wages will be reduced if the tariff  is lowered. Proverbial Yankee  shrewdness disappears when the  tariff is under discussion. If the  companies could reduce present  wages they would not wait for a  reduction of the tariff. Lower  prices will mean more rails, more  demand for men, and more difficulties in the way of any attempt  at wage reduction.���G-obe.  The Cranbrook Herald cal ls for  retaliation on Fernie for legislating against Cranbrook business  men. Don't do it, " Old Man;"  they will have to come to you  anyhow.  Theodore Ludgatc has dropped  out of the Deadman's Island lease  matter and a new lease, subject  to stipulations, has been giveu to  J. W. Wearst for 21 years at $15,-  000 a year; the lease being renewable in perpetuity.  The tunnel on the Hosmer Coal  Mines company property is in a  distance of 4,150 feet and has  reached the ninth seam of coal.  Convict Clark, who escaped  from New Westminster peuelen-  tiary with Bill Miner, has been  returned to that institution under  police escort from Mount Vernon,  Wash.  Germany will purchase $90,-  000,000 worth of silver bullion  tor the manufacture ot coin ;  which should help the silver market some.  Tbe Prince Rupert Empire is  advertised for sale. We hope  that the redoubtable John Houston will reconsider the idea.  The death of Father Fay, first  parish ptiest at Vancouver will  be lamented by all who knew the  courteous old gentleman.  P. Burns & Co.   are erecting a  six-storey building in Vancouver.  J. W. Spaulding has charge of  the new postofiice at^English Cove  on Christina Lake.  The Bank of Commerce has opened a branch at Alberni.  Compared with the same period  in 1908, the first two months of  the curreut year show a marked  improvement in point of dividends  paid, and judging from reports  so tar received by The Mi iing  World for March,this month will  show an even greater incease  despite the very unsatisfactory  condition of all markets.  .': y yyy s.y Y[0^ii^Y0YYM^MYYWY^^ti  Myncaster on the Great Northern 4  miles--cMichtoaydiiCSP^* 6  miles,    Lands for Sale in $ to 20   <Acre Lots, with water rights  For particulars apply to The Kettle Valley Irrigated Fruit Lands Co., Ltd.  D. R. T^IT, Manager, Midway, B.C.  Miss Johnston, of Vancouver,  has taken charge of the Phoenix  hospital, Miss Markley, the former matron, having resigned and  gone to the coast.  The Montreal Witness says that  Mr. Borden was made to act a  treacherous part by the Colonist's  forged telegram which stated  that Mr. Borden and the Conservative party was in favor of Asiatic exclusion.  But if Mr. Borden's real tele-  s-T'im didn't mean the same thing,  was it not also intended todeceive  the electorate of British Columbia ?  Mr. Martin Burrell has been  telling the people of the East that  Asiatic immigration should not  I.e encouraged, but. Mr. Martin  Burrell failed to inform his hearers that while in the abstract he  is opposed to Asiatic immigration  he encourages it by giving tbe  immigrants employment after  their arrival. Furthermore,everyone of the Conservative representatives of British Columbia employed Asiatics until the exigencies of political life compelled  them to desist.���Victoria Times.  An old Chinaman in Vancouver  arrested for dealing in opium  proved that the offence charged  amounted to buying two-bit's  worth of the dream-producer for  a police spotter.  And the Vancouver police never  did require anything in the way  of a narcotic.  The Pacific Coal Mines Co., of  Victoria, is engaged with extensive development work on 20,000  acres of coal lands which tbe\  own on the north end of Vancou-  couver Island.  ���������   ---v.: &-  ff���� fcti a?-*  '.-:!��� YY   ���",   l'iV-.-:A  The Dominion government has  decided to permit quartz mi ling  to be carriel oa up>i forest reserves, precautions being taken  to prevent fires and destru; ion  of timber.  The regulations in regard to  coal mining rights in the N >rth-  west bave been changed. Heretofore, such rights could only be  obtained by lease, the lessee paying in advance $1 per acre yearly.  By the new regulations applicant  may have a two year's leasi of  2,500 acres of Crown lands by thc  payment of $100. This is destined to encourage prospecting  for coal where no kuown su face  indications exist. The money ia  to be returned on proof of actual  prospecting work having been  done, and to be applied to rental  in case ot subsequent lease.  Pacific Hotel  Grirg & Morrison, Prop.  Tbe Pacific Is the Headquarter*  for Commercial and Mining-Men  Is steam heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  4* 4�� 4* 4- -I*+-*$��� -f *!���  OOOOOOOOCOOOPOOOPMOOOOOO  For Sale���A 5-rootn cottaye in  good condition, with chicken coop  and woodshed. Easy term--'. Apply to L  Daignault, Anacoi da.  A correspondent wants to know  the origin of the word Dago. The  origin of the vcrd is shrouded in  mystery but the first official  use  of it on record  in   this   province  was by Attorney-General BowserIand the United  States  would  be  It is said that Premier Roblin,  of Manitoba inteuds to refuse tbt  terms of extension of the boundaries of that province and will  make the matter a pretext for an a; -  peal to the electorate on the same  old kind of voter's lists.  The Craubrook Herald is the  latest to compliment Mrs. Hetty  Green about her "well set up  young Canadian son-in-law" who  really is nearing the allotted span  of three score and ten.  A young lady returning to her  work as a stenograher in Buffa-o  after a visit to her home in Woodstock, Out., was stopped at Niagara Falls and refused thelibertv  of proceeding to her destination.  If the red-tape-advocate had  his whole way with high tariffs  and other nasty restrictions all  communication  between  Canada  *������'���'-3 ^ .  j  ���I in  MAKE  D/.1I.Y NEED  J\  i:cid:  5   v/iil   liapjicn   in   the  ���.���j(*."c      1- *.n*i! : 1      h 5.11:3.       and  ?i '.ving  a  bos ol   ^m-B-ik  ha'uly  is  a   ���*;���*���  -iMtion  li .t  hii    --7:.l   Hi oil 3 mi:?  of  .'..iTii.i: i  in'i'i  \vo;vy ;m.l o-tne-js:.    There  i-,  ji���;����������������� any kiio.vin:;  wilai a sm*U ii-.ju.*/  Mr-,y l^.i:l uv) to if negleoleJ.    Tha stoppage  of   thi   hle-Hling,   or   ihe   ruin   from   a   cut,  bum,   or   scald,  lulls   many  peopie   into  a  fa'.so  s:;u:  of aeou.-'ly      Du3t  getting  into  a v/ounJ may nit up festering, infla n -l.nijn,  and blood-poiaoning.     In   a  similar   way,  be the starting point of itching and irritat  the  spot   your  ch'ld  scratches on his hea  btginninj;   of  ri.ig.vorm or some     th r  ha  disea*e.  Znin-Bu'-. w'.iilc such a perfect healer, is also the inveterate enrmv of tkin-ciserfc.  A burn, scald, cut. or bruise promptly and regularly dressed Willi tl ir. laie ar.d i.ch  balm cannot " turn the w.-ong: way " ; and any tendency of the skin lo ttccrr.e il 1^ ,  inflamed, or " matter',-." is speedily checked. This is bec: i se 2*am-Euk i o . niy er v.s  new. healt iv skin. bnt. being so refined, is absorbed by thc i.orcs. ar.d ils l.ealirg ess ku  make pcrlVctly iicalt ly all the underlying tissus. Always keep a Lox ol Zam-1 uk  handy, for daily miiiiaps make Zam-Buk a daily need.  h. eerac  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors.  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc.,   etc  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.;  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  PHONE 65.  OOO-9-OOOOO-O-OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  unsuspected    \        ���=_-:  SCAI-Q   CUKED,  CH.LD   BURKED   BY   STOVE LID.  Mrs. \V. Curl-iiy. J3, Ki-linund S'lit.ire.  \iont.-ual. says:-"My litile i;:-;uuUon was  s-jv rrly si:al.!.: I on nii riii'.it 1=;! ti'oin tlie  !.iu-: t> thi; ;ni(l^. Thi.- injury was very  r-ci-i ni:.. an 1 il nnan.l.���<! K ��-it ail .-nl'um. We  i!--.:.l n t i ii'J lm: /a.ii ill-. ������. :��> I il was  w.��;i.l-.:.-fiil ii -'.v r..;.:in: and s lotlini;*. it  pro..; i. ii was i-j.:\j .-.:..a i..:fjie t iu le;!  lly iui.jl, bul t mi _��� .y.l i :i >l a scar  lei I : ��� ...I i.V u'lu-iC a.: aa I ue^a ..c.lJa i. .'���'  l!ic Iiouij ' m\.t-ui I.' 1 t i "i j*.iin-i'..i'- is  with .at   u.jiial."  /am IJn'f i<  ���. ui-'iti.-a .-nl -eit.ii-1 cur:  son.:.;, al.-.c.s. ������ :....;.. i't-> al-i* as raii:.   ���:    i m. -.o.ihs,  riu iv .i-iii. s-alp *>.���-������. i��'l '<-"'������ -i'imsi:    an:.led.  U ii'.i.: I ivull i.w i i:.u|' nt:;: iii:.!; '.. .t ruiv..: :ieil al  .   :.. ..    .    !,.,..; -r.-.- i ���'��� ol. ���'...���  ���  -i  Hotel.. .  Ladysmith  Close to the Smelter.  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition  issued March, 1908.)  Size:   Octavo.    Pages :  1228.  Chapters : 25.  Scope: The Copper Industry   of  the  World.  Covering ; Copper History. Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Wineralolgy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitute**,Ter mi oology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines in Ttetail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  elc.  The Cooper Handbook is concededly  the        /���  MSi SlIM MM  ..  mm wm  , The Miner needs the book for the  facts it gives him rtgardin Geology,  Mining, Copper Deposit - . Copper  Mines. ��� ���  The Copper Consumer needs the book  for every chaptw it contains. It tells  what and explains how and why.  The Investor in Copper Shares cannot afford to be without it. The Copper Handbook gives statistics and gen  eral information on one hand, with  thousands of detailed mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper  mines of the entire world, and the 40  pai-es of condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more than the price  of tbe book to each and every owner of  copper mining shares.  Price : $5:00 in Buckram with gilt  top, or $7.50 in full library morocco.  Terms : The most liberat. Send no  money, but order the book sent you,  all carriage chaiges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, orpaid'for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value to yon ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and pub  lisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHEE.DO NBUILD1WG, HOUGHTON. MICH., U.S.A.  AT THE CHURCHES   :  Presbyterian���Services will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Mbthodist���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct sei vibes sb usual at  Methodist Church morning and evening  Servicee every Sunday, morning and  Sunday School at 3. '  Cathouc���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service let, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each Month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.;- vespers and benedio-  tion at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*:  2:30 p.m. Rbv. J. A. Bbdahd, O. M. I.  pastor.  Church of England (St. Jude's)���  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p.m.  Sunday school, 2.30 p.m. Holy Or m-  munion, 1st Sunday at 8 a. m; other  Sundays  after Matins at  11 a. m.  Saints'   Day services as announced  in Church.  Rev. F Vernon Venables, Vicari  Tho Best Appointed Working-man's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with.  Electricity.   Hot and  Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  Electric current   supplied   for  St. Joseph's Scltool  PARENTS who wish to secure for-  . their daughter the benefits   of   a  solid and refined education will do well  to consider the advantages  the Convent School. Nelson, offers.  The Convent is large and cotunicd  ious and a !srg��t number ef Boarders  can bs accomodated. The School is  superintended aud taught by the Sis-  teis, who have much experience in  training and educating children.'  The course of study comprises Christian Doetrine, Grammar, Geography,  Arithmetic, English and Caniuiah  History, Stenography, Bookkeepiag,  Typawriting, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, Needlework, Vocal and Instru-  mMttal Music, French   and  Hygiene.  For further particulars apply to���  SitTKK Supit*rro*,8*r. Joseph's Bchooi.  Nbuoh, B. C.  i&24S��*S��&��$3&5��&��<&&HZ&^^  IND50R  OTEL  MCCLUNG and fOODBVE. trsprictMS.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam He*t��d.   Uyktod   ihx**gk��ut  witii al��ctric lights.  Firat-olaas lu.   Strictly up-to-date goo-ie.  PlMTr-CLAM Call, OPEN DAY AND NteKT   ^  *^4r^^^ir*^^irir^tir^^*^^^^^^^^ *  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compres-  sing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous 1 �� v f j  service for operating.  Onr Rates. We Can Save Yon Money  -z-^rs  m  *  *]  �����  r*  +(  -*���  + THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  V  i  i  ���I  GENERAL NOTES  Natural   gPS   has   been found  tiear Fort William.  The-e is no truth n   h   r-pnr(-  prl serious illness of Kin"- El vard  G.'eat .B^itai'i has a ***.*-��u1"*>i >*i  ,of 44.538 718 anfl the Br-tish E t -  'pire has 385,357,000  Liieut Arnold, of the Belgian  array, was sentenced to 12 year's-.  imprisonment for atrocities in the  Congo.  The British War office will purchase one of Wilbur Wright's aeroplanes.   .   v  Grain is moving tow��rds Port  Arthur in large quantities for  May.shipment.  y Tbeygovernment of Lorenzo  Marquez in Portuguese East Africa has passed into the hands of  the British thus givingthe Transvaal direct access to.the sea.  When You Think  Of tbe pain which many women experience with every  month it makes the gentleness and kindness always associated with womanhood seem to be almost a miracle.  While in general no woman rebels against what she regards as a natural necessity there is no woman who would  not gladly be free from this recurring period of pain.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes  weak women strong and sick women  melt, and gives them freedom from pain.  It establishes regularity, subdues tntlam.  matton, heals ulceration and cures te.  .    mate weakness  Siok women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter,  freJ.   All  correspondence  strictly private  ond  sacredly  confidential.    Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D.., President, Buffalo, N. Y.  If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure  them at home, send 31 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing  only, end he will send you a free copy of his great thousand-page illustrated  Common Sense Medical Adviser���revised, up-to-date edition, in paper covers.  In handsome cloth-binding, SO stamps.  -  On March 1,the Alaska-Yukon-  Pacific exposition, which opens  in Seattle on June 1, was ninetv-  fi-e per cent complete, which  makes doubly certain the dtclar-  ntipn that it will be opened to the  world on the day given.  The "Pay Sr.ak," which is t<>  be tbe amu'emerit street of the  exposition,-is three-quarters of .-���  mile long, yet there were five ap-  piicaiions for every sife on i*  which enabled tbe directors to  -elt-ct only the \ery best attractions.  imposed by Judge Ijmdis   of Indiana,  The skeleton of a prehistoric  duck found near Lancf\ Wyoming,  is estimated to be 3,000,000 year's  old. Egyptian mummies only  date back about three or four  thousand vears.  '. Douglas McGurdv flew eight  miles in eleven minutes with his  ���aerodrome at Baddeck, N.S.  Premier Roblin is in Ottawa  in connection with the extension  .of the boundaries of the province  of Manitoba.  The Standard Oil Co.-has'been  Ifreleased from $29,240,000 penalty  Girls for House Work  With five thousand dollars in  her keeping, provided by farmers  in the west, Mrs. Helen Sand ford,  superintendent of the Girls' Home  of Welcome, left Wiunipeg on  Saturday for Scotland, where she  will secure one hundred girls to  work in Canada. Mrs. Sandford  has been instrumental in bringing many old country domestics  to first class homes and very comfortable positions/and out of several hundred she has brought out  she has not had a disappointment  THE ALASKA-YUKON/  PACIFIC EXPOSITION  British Columbia week has been  designated as June 14 id* 21, with  the 14th as Vancouver Day and  the 17th as Victoria Day. This  will be a busy week at the fair,  and it follows right on the heels  of Inland Empire week, so that  the first month cf the Exposition  will he well filled with dates of  special interest in the Northwest.  Experience has shown that at  least half of the attendance at  any exposition comes from the  contiguous territory, and the A.  Y.P. officials are leaving no stone  unturned to make the 1909 Fair  ef interest and benefit to the Pacific Northwest.  Tke Ba>iMttiry9&  ���������  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the  Boundary Creek  Mining District.  ���f The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  *T The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods.  SEE IE IT CAN'T.  Puget Sound and Lake Washington offer the finest water in  the world for motor boating and  high.power craft from all over  the country have entered for the  contests which will take place  during the exposition which opens in Seattle on June 1,  250 in Prizes  Distributed Monthly for  I  MRS MURRAY, graduate in voca'  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils in piano, organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory method-,  taught. Class in Greenwood, Mouday,  Tuesday and Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Sdtur  dav. For terms and further particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  month   with tlie  Your name may  gather   the more  Eastern Capilal ready to investigate, legitimate investments���lands,timber or min.  es���in Biitish Columbia.  Address in first instance  with full purticulars--"Capi-  tal," c-o Noble and Co.,  Molsons Bank Building, Van-  ouver,  Ten persons may win a handsome 109 piece dinner set each month by  using Royal Standard Flour. Each 49 lb sack contains a numbered coupon,  and each coupons (rives yon a chance to participate in the monthly drawing  for these splendid pri/.es.  Gather all the coupons you can, compare them each  numbers of the prize winners as they appear in this space,  be among them at ary time The more coupons you  chances you have of winning.  The condition, of the contest are few. The duplicates of every coupon  placed in a sack of Hour is deposited in a receptable and ten are drawn each  month. The ten persons holding the duplicates of these numbers as announced in this paper win the prizes. When you find your number among the  winners send in your coupon with your name and address and the prize will  be shipped to you prepaid.  Always use Royal Standard Flour and save your coupons.  Manufactured only by  VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN C0..LTD.  Vancouver, B.C.  Snynopsis ol Caa.ulian Soilh-Wisl  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY availHble ' ontiiiion Laniis willii l tins  Hallway licit iu Uriii.sh Columbia, may be  linmestraded by any person who is the sole head  of.a family, or auy male orer 18 years of a^e,  t>. the extent of one-quarter fection of 100 acres,  more or less.  P.utry must Ik- inadi- personally at the local  land office for the dihrict in which the land is  situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made on certain conditions by the father,  mother, son. dauff liter, brother or sister, of au  intctidiutr homesteader.  The homesteader is required to preform the  Conditions connected there with uuder one of  the following ulans-*  1) At least mx months' residence upon and  cultivation of the laud in each year for three  y ea rn.  (2) If the father Cor mother, If Hie father is de  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  in the vicinity of the land entered for, the re  qiiirements as to residence may be satisti't-.l by  nucli person residing witli the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence  pon farming laud um.nl by him in   the yiciu  ity of his homestead, the requirements as to res  idence  may  be satisfied by residence upou the  said land.  Six months? notice iu.writi.ip should be given  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ot  tawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mininir rights nmy be leased fora  period of twenty-one years at an annual re-tal  of Jl. per acre. Not more than 2,;C0 acres Bball  be leased to one individual or company. A roy-  ality at the r.teoffive cents per ton shall be  ollccted on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. COUY,  Deputy ofthe   Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorised publication of this ad  vertisement will not be paid for.  ����niMM>l>MMOMMM  HOME-MADE   MEDICINE  "i  More than 200,000 tufted English pausies will be seen growing  in one vast bed at the exposition.  Specimens of all Luther Bur-  bank's wonderful vegetable creations will be shown at the exposition this summer, among them  the spineless edible cactus which  is being used to reclaim the vast  southern deserts.  Everyone who attends the exposition this summer will have  the privilege of panning gold  dust from native Alaska gravels,  just as it is panned in Tanana  and the Klondike.  .MINERAL/ ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  Sprinffdale and Mavis Mineral Claims, situate  iu f'reenwood Mininir Division ol "Yale  District.  VVheie located: In Skylark Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, lid-uuud T. Wickwire, Free Miners' Certificate No. B14251,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mininir Recorder for Certifica es of  Improvements, for tbe purpose of obtaining  C-own Graats of the above claim*.  . And further take notice that ac ion, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Ceitificates of Improvements.  Dated this 20lh day of February, A. D. 1909  EDMUND T. WICKWIRE.  Ladies' Calling Cards,Holland Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  WORTH  TAKING |  The American Amateur Athletic Union championships will,  be contested for on the stadium t f  the exposition.  Oneoanoa Fluid BxtnotDaa-daUoa;  One onnoa Compound hlnttw )  Pour oanoM Compound Sjrrap  SaraapariB*;  Mixed ud takaa ia taasgemM  doeea after aaoh in���1 ���d ai had than,  is proaeonoed b/ a ftmoiaaat saysk-  oiac. teWthi teat mixtwro far tho  obmoIUm kidney, bladder, aa* aB  urinary tia-ablta.  T-biataya tha doctor, ia thaawat  Biin-*1�� though ramaricabte praaaria*    < >  tion ever  writtaa to aleanae tbe   '  ���yctem   ef   lnn|-|ilf>iin   aad   waato  matter.   II eeto a* �� wamaaM taalo  to the kjdtqra, faeaM Win�� te iltor  ent the aeUa aad pmaa. waro���-  ins rheamatUm, baa ���aak, aoiatiaa  and other afltetUas aiWng from  wmt, faapwe ttloed.  The Ingrodfa-fm-* eaa to aroearod et  any good drasatore, aad betas p-araly  regetabfe and entirety haimlem, can  oaauy be mixed at home,  II50* have aaufieria-f Mead ahow  thk to him, aa he wtU nndoabtadly  be Bleatad to leas sf sssda^s ess  . highly laanmiTiMirlitl a remedy.  t  Said to Relieve Kidney Trouble  and Rheumatism  One ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion 5  One ounce Comptmnd 8alatoBa;  Four onnces Compound Syrap  Sarsap&rilla ;  Mixed aud taken in tcaapoenfal  doses after meala aad at bedtime, ia  stated by a prominent phyaioian to  (jive most excellent raanlto ia kidney  or urinary afflictions, aad alao in  rheumatism and aciatiaa. ' Ihe mixture' opens the clogged per** ot the  kidneys; thus amiating them in their  work of filtering all waste and poiaon-  ous matter from the blood, andexpeb-  these in the urine. To allow this  poisonous matter to remain means  that it will settle in the muscular  tissues or joints, and oauae the untold  misery known aa rheumatism.  The mixture isoompooed of harmless vegetable ingredient- whieh can  be purchased at any good drag atore,'  and mixed at home.  Anyone suffering from aay of these  affliotiona will no doebt Ve pleased to  learn of so simple aad highly teeom-  mended remedy.  ��� n��Mtt>>��mn> im �� �� > ��  J  j  The oven does  the baking, the  fire-box controls  the oven heat,  and the grates  hold the coal or  wood that produces the heat, so  THE GBATES  are important  -f Subscribe For,Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Leading Paper.  \ Double  \Duplex  Orates  "Sask-alta" Double Duplex Grates are made  in four pieces, each grate shaken separately.  Ashes over one grate can be shaken without  wasting good fuel over other grate. No poking  necessary, thereby saving fuel. Dampers at both  ends of fire-box secure perfect drafts. When  grates are inverted for wood a patent clamp  retains them in position. The easiest-working  way is the surest-serving way ��� and that's  "Sask-alta" way.  Clubbing Offers  We will send you The Boundary Creek  Times with all the News of the Boundary  and The Farm and Ranch Review, Cal>-  gary, a first-class Rancher's Paper, from  now until January 1st, 1910*  Everybody  Agrees  that  COD  LIVER OIL and IRON   are  beyond  question the greatest medicines k��i*��vn.     Then why  does not  everybody, ,'ake Cod   Live;   Oil and  Iron?   Simply   because most people  cannot take the Oil and few can digest  the Iron,in any ordinary form.   These  difficulties have been entirely removed  by   the   intioduction of   1-ERKOL,   in  < which the   Iron is ��cientifi:3l!y com-  j bined with tlie Oil, rcuderiii*- the Oii *  j palatable   .'.nd   the   Iron    digestible.  While  is inanvifaciured from  tbe best qualit)  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole ofthe Oil':  and  is  richer   in  o*l  than any other  eiiiui-*ion, and while it contains just thi-  riv hi quantity ol lhe bisi form of in.r.  ���ind   rhc-phovub,  it is so scienlilicalh  prepared that not ori!* person in a ihou-  sand  iind*   iny  trouble  in   taU*).'   it.  and inf.iiits d'.j-est it without, diiruu.iy  M.ireo.'cr the well-established value (>  the    Oil   and    Iron    is    immcn-*e'N  enhanced hy the procc-s of rnanulac  tnrc, and ;.s tlie formul.i is freely ex  posc-l it is not to be  wondered atthat  physicians     everywhere     haye ' fulh  endorsed FEKROL and tiscd it largeh  in their practice.    FERROL is invalu  able for the treatment of any k:nd ot  Lunjj or Bronchial troubles, while fu  wasting diseases it has no equal, and  ��4You Know What  Vou Take"  uBim.nm.j/,*Mmi4ijs  BOV  Tf  the kitchen  economist  We will send you THE HOME JOURNAL  and the  Boundary   Creek Times  for one  year*  Send us $2.25 and receive tlie Greatest Canadian Monthly  and The Times, witn all thc News of the Boundary for  a whole- year.  Much cf the i-*fl-ovi-r tooil you nov.  throw nut <':-���<', ho ti:i*ni*il i.it<* i!c!>  cious ilis'nos bv the ad-.!ii:-.*;i o.1" .\  little Bovril.  It fjives vvarnit>rl-ov:T in(*.n;r. tin*-  juicinoss of th.e orivjiii.-^l cooKjn^*.  It fjives body aiul strcn-jth t:< sou;*'.  and jjravies.  It gives a delicious, y.'- rznr.t f'avor  to cold meats antl Ji.uhes.  E* cry day you will fini! Hovrii .1 help  s n.'i an economy   in   your kitchen.  Bovril contains the vss'.-ncc, flavor  and nutrient siibst-m.. ������ of the very  best bi-i-f. It t*-iv��.-> virrn'^th and  nourishment to tiiu invalid, and he'.p-  fulnes* and  economy to  the cook.  All good grocers sell 30VRIL THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  ��  Spring Arrivals  ���OF���  MEN'S SUITS  FIT-RITE  TAILORED  CLOTHES  If you want to be in line  with Clothing of Character  and Style you should buy  your   Spring   Suit   here.  FIT-RITE WARDROBE  ���AT���  ll  (I  Hardware, Groceries, Clothing and Gents,  Furnishings.  Just the thing  Bass and   ������-w  Guinness in Nips  Direct Importation.  Greenwood Liquor Co.  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  A.L.WHITE  Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16  !  i  i  i  n  *\  n  !��'->.ti-*%j.|i-��w-��.iifc-i*��i    fc.n-*i �������������� ������������������� n-*^ w-a^atX  Purely Personal j  J. C. McRae is on a trip to   the  coast  J. G. McMynn,  of   Myncaster,  was in town Wednesday.  I. Hallett   was   over to Grand  Forks on business Wedaesday.  David McBride, of Bridesville,  was in town this week.  Sidney M. Johnson has returned  from a trip to the coast cities.  Born��� Oa Sunday, March 14th,  to Mr. & Mrs. F. J. Crouch,a gir*  Born���On Saturday, March 13,  to Mr. & Mrs. T. R. Hans>a,  Rock Creek, a boy.  Robert Thompson, C.P.R, ag-  ent at Smelter Junction was iu  Greenwood this week.  Boru���On Saturday, March 13,  Io Mr. & Mrs. J. G. McMynn,Myncaster, a boy.  D. C. Fraser and C. S. Moss, of  Nelsoa, wns ia town ou Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs. N H Lamont  were on a visit to Grand Forks  this week.  Burn���Ou Saturday, March 13,  to Mr. & Mrs. R J. Saunders, a  boy.  J. C. Haas, M.E., of Spokane,  was in the district this week on  business in connection with tbe  Bruce mine at Midway.  P.H. Burnham, district passenger agent for tbe Great Northern railway, was in Greenwood  this week.  Frank Gordon, representative  of the Western Canada Flour  Mills Co.. Ltd , of Winnipeg,  manufacturers of "Purity Flour."  was in the city yesterday.  Supt. Allan Purvis of the C.P.  R. local Hne8,and Master mechanic E.J3. Austin were in the Boundary this week looking over the  Mother Lode spur aud the new  station at Midway.  The many friends of Mrs. Wm.  Plunkett, of Chesaw, who was  brought in to Greenwood last  week to undergo a serious surgical operation, will be pleased to  know that she is recovering nicely at the Sisters' hospital  ?*  ���9  r v    If  The Right Rev. Dr. Dart,D.D���  LL.D., Lord Bishop of New  Westminster, will administer Confirmation in S. Jude's church on  Wedaesday evening, March 24th,  at 8 p.m. The service is open  to tbe public.  The Birthday social to be given  by the Ladies of the Presbyterian  cburcb on March the 30th promises to be a great succt-ss. The  Auditorium and ihe Orchestra  have been secured for the evening and the best local talent in  tbe city are assisting on the program. Dainty refreshments will  be served, and home-made candy  will be on sale.  A mail order house in a distant  city may supply some tilings  cheaper on some occasions tban  tliey can be purchased of merchants nearest home, but such  goods are often of iu ferior quality,  and when vou add ihe express  charges to theprice.you will find  that what might be gained in  one purchase is lost in another.  Boy's shoes���the kind that wear  ��� Barclay & Co.  n    TOWN 10TIC j   rt  A rich strike ot surface ore is  reported from the Bruce mine near  Midway.  St. Jude's Guild will meet at  Mrs. Shaw's on Tuesday.  D. Whiteside, barrister, and G.  M. Fripp, Mayor of Grand Forks,  were in Greenwood yesterday.  The competition for the $25  prize by McClung and Goodeve  for the best article ou the resources of Greenwood district will  close on April 10th.  The Ladies' aid of the Presbyterian church will meet at Mrs.  L. A. Smith's on Tuesday afternoon.  School shoes, boy's and girl's���  the best.    Barclay & Co.  J. L. White, Drug-gist, will  move his stock to the Wallace-  Miller block.  The infant daughter of Mr. &  Mrs. F. J. Crouch passed away  this morning at their home in  Greenwood.  The burnt buildings adjacent  to Holmes' and Kennedy's store  have beeu removed  The Miner's Union dance in the  old Masonic hall on Wednesday  evening was very well atte ded  and was a distinct success. The  hall was prettily decorated, the  music good and all of the m rrv-  makers thoroughly enjoyed themselves.  When you patronize a lnme  store you see what you are buying and buy only what you wint.  Sight-unseen buying, like that in  the mail-order business, is often  very unsatisfactory.  The I.O.O.F. smoker last F. iday  evening was as usual a very ;>lea-  sant entertainment. Refreshments, cards, and a program of  songs, speeches, and selectio is by  the Greenwood Orchestra, pre-  sided'over by W B. Fleming,P G.,  afforded an enjoyable eveni'i ; to  a large number of members and  friends of tbe order.  . C L. Heller, of Beaverdi'l, is  in Greenwood on business in connection with a mill whieh he is  putting up to treat the second-  grade ores of the well kuown  West Fork camp.  Mr. Heller is a practical man  with a wide experience i i the  southwest, having, come t.. the  Boundary country from Arizona,  and we wish   bim every   success  with his West Fork plant.  We k-day services in St Jude's  church durine Lent are as follows:  Wednesdays, 4 p.m ; Fridays,  7.30 p.m.  Hunter-K*-ndricVs are closing  out their big stock nf mix<**d oaints  at absolu'e enst. This includes  all house piints, busrgy paints,  and fl ior paint��.  The Methodist will give their  anuuil Beef-steak Pie dinner Easter "Mondav. April 12Mi. in tbe  church. Dinner served from 5.30  to 8. A proQ-ram consisting of  mu-'ical numbers and ascirf drill  of several voung ladies will be  given after th�� dinner. Admission 50c.  Wanted���A girl for general  housework.    Mrs. D C. McRae.  Spring-time is with u* and the  pussey-willows are resounding to  the call of the genial Boundary  sunshine.  The S veet-sixtee-n snei-1 held  by the Four-leaf clover club of  the PrPsbvt-eri!vn church on Tuesday wa* "i great success. Tho  proceeds were $41,the credit being  due to. the enterprise of the young  ladies wh j are members of the  club.  The friends t.f R< wlard Foth-  ergill who was s > severely injured by an nxpl lsi-ii some months  ago willbe pleased to know that  he is making good at his old  home. The following partial'  account of the Morland (Eng.).  ploughing association's competitions tells a story of courage  which is far more than ordinary :  "In the latter section of the day's  competitions-more than usuai interest was imparted b 7 the fact  that one of the competitors���who  eventually got the first prize���  had been unfortunate enough to  lose au arm during a mining exT'  plosion in British Columbia. He  took part in the competitions  last year, though at that time he  had both limbs. The splendid  manner in which be surmounted  his physical disadvantage was  really wonderful, and was watched with unrelaxing interest by  the patrons, who loudly cheered  the announcement that he had  been adjudged first."  Rev. F._J. Rutherford will  preach the annual educational  sermon or. Sunday evening next.  The church will be lighted for the  first time on Sunday with the hew  gasoline system recently installed  You Will Save Money  by having a couple of pair of odd trousers in  in your wardrobe. Por you will get double the  wear out of your coats and vest and the general  appearance of your clothes will be so much improved through having a change.  After all, the greatest wear comes oh the trousers and once they are: shabby, the suit is about  all in  Isn't this reasonably.  Think about it and then come in and see the  snappy, well made, fiine-fitting '���'.,  Campbell's   ClotKuig  odd    trousers we   are   -showing.    Prices    from  ��3.00 to #8.50.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.,   Ltd.  ���:��:k-**-x--x--:~x~:<��x^^  emoval Sale  Antiseptic Hand Cleaner has  got soap skinned a mile. We  guarantee the goods. 2nd Hand,  A. L. White.  Pianos, sewing machines, stoves, etc., for sale or rent. The  O.I.C., Second-hand man, A. L.  White. Phone 16.  For Sale or Rent, immediately,  Two-storey 10-room House on  Kimberley Avenue, property of  R. J. Moffatt. Apply E. H. Mortimer.  For Sale���A 5-room cottage in  good condition, with chicken coop  and woodshed.    Easv terms. Apply to L. Daignault, Anaconda.  For Stie- 50 acres of black  sandy loam, partly cleared, well  suited for fruit growing, one-half  mile from railway station. Will  sell for $20 an acre in whole or  part. $10 will finish clearing.  Half cash, balance on terms.  Apply to Times office, box 150.  Fur Sale���Buggy in good condition; $65. Light wagon, in  good condition. $65. Light single harness, $15. Also good 7-  year old horse, weight 1150 lbs.,  he's a beauty. A. L. White'  Second-hand Man.  Big Discount for Cash in  the fo' lowing lines:  Hair Brushes  Comhs  Purfumes  Toilet Cases  Leather Goods  Ladies' Hand Satchells  Ladies' Purses  Gentlemen's Purses  Hot Water Bottles  .  Fountain syringes  Razors  Razors Strops  Soaps  Mirrors  I  To reduce our stock bef ire moving to our new store in   the Wallace Millar Block we will give great bargains in the aboves lines.  J. L. WHITE  Successor to White Bros.  .x~:-**.:~:~:~x��:~:-*^  When you want Wall-paper,  send for us. We will give you a  figure on the finished job. McRae Bros.  LAGER AND FORTER,  GINGER ALE, GINGER BEER,  ALL KINDS OF  ^ARt. ON AT ED DRINKS  PINT BOTTLES FOR FAMILY  USE  Bottled and Draught Beer.  Phone 138, Greenwood  PhneniY  Rm-vf-rv fn    Successors to the  |  rnuenu  Drewery U)., ElkhornBreweryCo |  s-VS-V?--^-**^*ial-gVtfV���m.-   ���*->' ���*jn>^-. ~.*~-.,r������triff- ttr'^-f rrr*-i ���      ~..^b��  ���^^���3*S?*SH*5-K*H :^<-i^C^^��^��^��^��^��^t^=^i^��4^^i^  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Go-Carts & Carriers  Children's  AT GULLEY'S.  ��� ������      . -    ��� .' ������ .   ���'    '     -- ��� ';-      .- . :,    ���-���������jYi ������-,  Ten styles to select from $3.75 up  T. M.  &  HOUSE FURNISHERS -  Pbcne27  J*  4-  TO RENT  Pine 6-roomed modern house.  4-Roomed  Cottage.  Suite of Rooms in a Block.  One Furnished Room.  FOR SALE  City Lots at all prices.  Fine Ranch comprising 715 acres.  4  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd;  ^ OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.  ���*^*l*v-f*-f'-l*'*l,-*^*f-*f,**^,f-*-l*,f-4**f' *4,-f*-f*4--f��,|,,|,*l,-,J��-,J  p.  & CO., Ltd  DEALERS IN  ��  ft  ��  ft  ft-  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  a  ��  ��  ���  ft  ft  1       Tresb and Cured meats  I Fish and Poultry*  ft  ft  ft  ���  ft  ft  tt  tt  tt  �������������*��� ��������������������� *e������tt*ft��*��aa������'wrw��������*����*ft*��ft����c-<*1  | Palace Livery Stables  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything 1  P. c.  BUCKLESS  - PROPRIETOR ���s  M\,J��l/T  PERFECTION IN CONFECTIONERY  THF     j OPrFlR   ^FAf

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