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 <�����.,  kaSHSSSHHS  %y ��� ^  ..'.   I-     ...        /   ������-.'���  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1910.  No. 45  F ir  10  WHY CONVICTS       GREENWOOD  RE "ANGLICANS" CITI COUNCIL  WATCH THIS SPACE  NEXT ISSUE  Russ#La^CauleldCo,Ltd.  GROCERIES,  CROCKERY,  HARDWARE,  GENTS' FURNISHINGS.  Wi..  ���M.  1'y-y,  ������MY  Greenwood's Big Furnitiire St5i$  X#0* VALUER  IN  &.-*.  y Can't be beaten.    Agents for  .      . .*���',.\        ���     , ���    yyy. .-��� -. ���   ��� ���  Ostermoor^Rorida Felt and Health Mattresses  Several cheaper grades always in stock.  '. s'v-...'.���  "���v'-^..     -$?^';yy ������ '    ""  Bvierythinjg in the Furniture Line.  % Galley & Co.  FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  jf  et  R SUMMER  Sanitol Cream  x Pompeian Cream  SSaaasJine Snow  Cream  Daggett & RamsdeU's Cream  Milkweed Cream  Malvina Cream  Exora Cream  ^ppS' WITCH HAZEL CREAM  Talcum Powders, Toilet Waters,  ���..'��������� ���' ������ ���     ���'   ". ���   \ i  Shampoos, Etc.  *&.  Thomas Drug and Music Go.  ��� Memfiei|!'of''itbe Church of Eniji[|'vA special me.'  land have often complained that tbe Council was T  '��� riminal statistics doh. their church an  injustice because th%, define- as its  members a majority of the men who  enter the British prisons, but it has remained for tne Rt. Hon. John Burns,  a member of the present government,  to give an explanation based upon his  personal experience. In a recent debate in the house of commons, replying to a speech made by Lord Hugh  Cecil, he said:  The noble lord has referred to the  subject of the religion professed by  prisoners. The noble lord had never  been to prison. (Laughtet.) He  could assure the noble lord tliat he  had (laughter), and he could throw  some light on the reasons why scores  of thousands of people did the noble  laird's-faith a certain amount of statistical harm. He remembered when  he went to prison with Mr. Cunning-  hapi-Graham���the house would remember the incident���that they were  about to be asked what was their religious belief. Before they could reply a man, who had been there before  (laughter),   said,, "Church of  England, John." (Laughter.) He  looked  at, the  man,   but before he  could ask, " Why Church of England?" the man said,"Three services  Sunday,    and     excellent     hymns."  (Laughter). "The   simple   fact   of  three services on Sunday and excellent  hymns practically determined for those  who had been to prison several times  what their religious faith would be.  (Laughter).    Silence was the rule in  prison, and if the noble lord were to  go to church  in a prison he would  hear the best  hymn singing he had  ever listened to.    (Laughter).    Wny  was it so sincere, why so well done,  why so loved?    Because those who  knew how to do it used the singing as  an opportunity for conveying messages  to each other (laughter), which they  could-jhot do if there were 15 Methodists, 22 Catholics, or only 3 Presbyterians,   and   a  warden   watching  every movement.    (Laughter).    He  could  assure  the  noble  lord that if  "Lead,   Kindly  Light"   was being  sung in Pentonville prison  there were  many   four-ounce   loaves   of   bread  passed from one prisoner who did not  want it to another whom  he thought  wanted it more than  himself.    That  was why 90 per cent of these people  said they belonged to the  Church of  England.  LOW WAGES  OF WOMEN  y  ���t...i  ���r.Aii.r  ���".���t'-..'.'i.\.  A communication was received  from the H. C. Copper Co. stating  that the repairs to the foot bridge was  very satisfactory to them.  Tenders for repairs to the South  End bridge were received as follows:  Kinney & McDonald, $?.S3; J. B.  Derosier, $191, plus, covering; K.  McKenzie, $235.  Moved by Alderman Buckless, seconded by Alderman Sutherland, that  K. McKenzie's tender be accepted,  but to be left with the committee to  decide whether to accept the tender  in full or for labor only, and the city  to furnish lumber.    Carried.  Moved by Alderman Sutherland,  Seconded by Alderman Dixon, that  the lawn sprinkling be confined to  one hour per day, namely: From 7  to 8 in the evening.    Carried.  Moved by Alderman Dixon, seconded by Alderman McKee, that Bylaw No. 5, 1910, Revenue amendment, be read for the first time. Carried.  This will secure its final reading on  Wednesday evening, at the adjourned  meeting to be held.  Moved to adjourn until Wednesday evening, July 13.    Carried.  1"   replying  to   the Countess Car-  ���'���   statement  that   America  produces thousands  of working girls an-  WHY SOME  TOWNS GROW  The reason why some towns grow  is because there are men of push and  energy in   it  who  are   not afraid to  nually  because  the girls are tired  of j spend their time and   money to boom  THAT PRIZE FIGHT  the drudgery in their homes and long  to see the world, Mrs. Kva Valesh,  general women's organizer of the  American Federation of Labor, took  a fling at "philanthropic hotels" and  so-called settlement homes. According to Mry. Valesh, such institutions,  instead of assisting the working girl,  actually help niggardly employers to  keep down wages, doing the working  girls vastly more harm than good.  I never knew of a woman working for any reason except necessity,"  said Mrs. Valesh. "The semi-philanthropic hotels, which are the homes  of so many working girls, actually  .help employers to maintain a low scale  of wages. Today the employer who  is urged to pay a living scale merely  shrugs his shoulders and asks what is  a living wage. He pays girls what  they are willing to work for. The  average weekly pay for women is only  $4.50 a week, the employers telling  them, 'you can manage on that  Board at somebody's settlement home  for S2.50 a week.'"  Rather than raise wages, Mrs.  Valesh insists that philanthrophy lowers them. Unions, she declares, are  the only real factors in increasing  wages., ,  TEN YEARS AGO  their town. They erect substantial'  buildings, organize stock companies  and establish factories, secure railroads,  work for public improvements, and  use every means in their power to induce people to locate in their city.  Wherever they go they tell of the ad-  vantages of their town, they write  about them in every letter, they send  circulars and newspapers to all whom  they can get to visit the city, and  when anyone visits them, treat him so  kindly that he falls in love with them  and their city at once. It is enterprise and everyone pulling together  that makes a progressive town, and  don't let the fact escape your memory.  To hear every person saying something pleasant about its people and its  interests is the surest, quickest and  easiest way to make a town attractive  to a stranger. One of the best ways  in which to make a town attractive,  with that sort of attraction that will  draw other people to it is for every  man and every woman to have a  pleasant word for the people and the  town generally.  CHURCH AND  SOCIAL SERVICE  -Je  The prize fight at Reno on  Monday July 4th. and the racial  troubles and other incidents that  have followed it in different parts  of the United States, are certainly not matters of which any  country can be proud. The only  possibility of extracting from  these occurences any sort of satisfaction lies in the hope that we  have seen the last of such events.  It is a sordid basiness in any case  and we find it difficult to follows  apologists, who claim that such  contests maintain the physical  superority of the nation which  tolerate them.  (From Botmdary Creek Times ofJi-lr IS, 1900*  The Knights of Pythias ask  for a lot in the Greenwood ceme-  try-    Mr. Shaw and Mr. Kerby, have  parties out surveying in the direction of Beaver Creek.  W. G. Williams, superintendent of the Graves Mines Syndicate, was in town this week.  ROBLIN GOVERNMENT  The elections for the Manitoba  legislature were held last Monday and resulted in a complete  victory for the Roblin government. There were a few changes  in constituencies, but the government will have about the same  majority as the had in the last  house, the parties standing 29  Conservatives and 12 Liberals.  The new C. P. R. hotel at Sum-  merland will be finished shortly.  . The Roman Catholic church i:  possibly, the most active *i* iL^oei*.:  social work, and by its hosj '  schools, orphanages and homes foi die  aged, aims to keep a tight grip on its  own people and to demonstrate to the  world that it recognizes *&��,<��� Christian  privdege the duty of caring for those  who are in need. Protestants who  adhere to the theory of the separation  of church and state are somewhat inclined to roll over on the state the  duty of social service. That may be  or may not be right, but it is a curious contradiction of things to find  that the Catholic church, which is  never anxious to preach the idea of  separation of church and state, is  nevertheless forward in bearing the  burdens of social service, if Protestant Christendom is going to maintain  that attitude they will have to be vigilant to see that the state bears its true  burden and does its proper share of  social service.  TENNIS TOURNAMENT  A mixed double (handicap)  tournament will take place at the  tennis court on Saturday, the  16th, and will be carried out on  the same line as that of the game  on the 24th of May, under the  management of D. M. MacPherson, secretary of the club.  RIFLE ASSOCIATION  ' The following scores were made  at the last   shoot of  the Green*-g  wood Rifle Corps and tbg Mother  Lode contingent:  200  Austin Logan  30  J. D. MacLean  29  Bert Logan  30  A. F. H. Meyers... 26  R. A. Chester  26  500  600 Tot.  27  26  83  27  23   79  23  24  77  25  15   66  21  18  65  ���WPS  &  r  P.  & CO.  yj  I-*/*  Wholesale an! Ret# Dealers in  VANCOUVER'S EXHIBIT  I  I  Pouttry and Game  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  Vancouver, the great city of the  great west, will hold its first Educational, Industrial and Agricultural Exhibition August 15th to 20th, inclusive. Those Vancouverites are certainly exerting themselves to have this  exhibition the biggest and most successful event imaginable. But instead  of the small fry clamorous for the  price of admission to the circus, this  relates to the elder growth, which, to  judge from the strenuous efforts put  forth to have it just immense, this appeals to them, .and the indications are  that they will require pi plank over  Burrard Inlet, as w��611 as False creek,  to allow for the;' crowds even elbow  room at Vancouver. In addition to  a very hearty welcome extended to  the natives of the Boundary, they also  hing  indig-  A well  K. OF P. INSTALLATION  D. G. C. A. P. Thomas, assisted by D. G. P. A. J, Morrison  and D. G. M. of A. W. J. Thompson, installed the following officers Wednesday night, July 6:  P. C. C, A. J. Logan; C. C,  W. Lawson; V. C, W. Johns; P.,  J. Hatfield; M. O. A , A. J. Lind;  M. O. W., S. Storer; I. G., J.  Johns; O. G., Geo. Evans; K. R.  S.. A. J. Logan; M. O. P., Norman McLeod; M. O. E., A. P.  Thomas.  TEACHERS DISMISSED  Seven lady teachers comprising  the entire staff of St. Alphonsus  seperate school at Windsor, Ont.,  have been notified of their places  with members ot the Ursuline order. The action was taken by  the Roman Catholic seperate  school board and is believed to be  the outcome of tbe differences existing between the board and staff  for the past two years.  WVX&mmim'irm  ^���'.^N>��  .-^.  ^r^fc���  request an exhibit  enous to these  made up select!  would prove a  chose  interest]  and set forth  district as we  event and by*]  and take it ii  so.  ^coal, etc.,  tive  card to  g  matters,  lipalth of our  relate for this  to get away  ay you to do  NEWSPAPER BANKRUPT  The B. C. Copper smelter will  be ready to treat ore iu about six  weeks.  J. W. Mellor, has decided to  open a store in Greenwood, and  has great confidence in the future  of the city.  L. S. Moulton Barrett, is in  city, looking over the miuing  properties, of the Golden Eagle  on the West Pork.  The contemplated purchase of  Bank of B.C., by the Bank of  Commerce, will be one of the biggest financial transactions of the  day,   Supt. Hutchinson, of Mother  Lode mine, issues a very complimentary letter of thanks and appreciation for services rendered  him during his sickness, and  while an inmate of the Sisters  hospital Greenwood.  C F. STORK  HAVE YOU SEEN OUR NEW STOCK OF  Shoes. Lawns, Silks, Lawn and Silk Blouses, Ladies'  and Children's Hosiery, Calicos, Laces, Embroideries, Curtains. Fancy Dress Goods,  Collars, Skirts, Underwear.  And please reserve your orders for our large and  up-to-date Fall Millinery, of which we have  purchased a large stock, which will be  presided over by<an experienced .-  and tasty millinery artist.  GREENWOOD, B.  Cm  &  OFFICIAL VISITORS  The Boston Herald, famous un.  til two years ago as one of the  leading journals of the United  States, went into the hands of  receivers recently. Its indebtedness amounts to about $2,200,000,  largely for print paper.  Taxes in Grand Porks this year  are 25 mills on the dollar.  The installation of new officers  of Boundary Valley lodge, I. O.  O. F., took place on Tuesday evening last, the following grand  lodge officers performing the ceremony:  - David Whiteside, of Grand  Forks, D. D G. "M.; George  Rutherford, of Grand Forks, D.  D. G. W.; A. F. McDougall, of  Phoenix, D. D. G M.; T. A.  Love, of Phoenix, D. D. G. G.  At the conclnsion of the duties  the lodge adjourned to partake of  a dainty repast.  FRUIT JARS  f  The grain crops in Central  Alberta, will set the record for  Western Cauada,  Genuine "BALL" Jars, Mason's Patent.  1 Pint ,   ,75 per doz  1 Quart ,90 per doz  1'2 Gallon  $1,20 per doz  WHILE THEY LAST  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  LIMITED  HARDWARE MERCHANTS  PHONE  9  ''WW' m  ^^l^^feg^Sfe  sr  l  y.~i  i&t  m  >��-M    '- ' ��_  1  (F*  CF*  CF*  tJ=**  G**  .Bank of Montreal..  ..$12,000,000.  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.       Rest   UNDIVIDED   PROFITS  $217,628.56  Hon  President ���   Lord Staathcona ind Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.  President:    Sir Gkorgb A. Dh*ommond,K. C. M. G.  Vice-President aud General Manager :   SrR E. S. Clouston, Bart  Branches in London, Eng. \ AlT^J^^l New YoiH, Chicago.  Bay and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjol the world.  Grant Commercial an  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  *- Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager. ^  ���oa  . <1  ***2  *=-2  ****2  ����=9  *=3  *=5  >��=-S  x=0  ^  1836  THE BANK OF  1910  74 Years In Business.  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  A Reserve Fund  is as necessary for a  family as for a  compauy. The best  Reserve Fund for a family is a snug sum of  uione}' in a strong Bank.  Begin  yonr Savings  Account   now  in  the  Bank of British North America.  Deposits of $i.oo and upwards received and  Interest compounded at highest current rates.  Greenwood Branch-wR. A. CHESTER, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /.. H. HALLETT  Bakkisykk, Koi.ICITCJK,  Notauy Prur.ic.  Cable .Address:       ���- H ali.ktt."  1 l*edf��inl M'NeillN  Copes -j Moreinj/ At Mi'iil'-  GrtrrNwocin. [2. C  JOHN D. SPENCE.  Bai'kihtkk* ami Sor,icri'f)if,  Rt-mh-'l   P.!(.i*k,  Gre��NwciOo,  13. C.  C AE. SHAW,  Dominion  ash  PnoviNcrAr,  Land Sui-vkyok,  Greenwood, B. C.  P. o. Hot ?7. ,    l'lioue  WILLIAM FLEMING,  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Ci^ar Store.  H. W. FARMER <& CO.,  REAL ESTATE AGENTS,  Rock Ckekk, 11. C.  ^3%$*��- BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  -%r5S^ No. 38.1. 0. O. F.  Meets  every   Tuesday  Evening ai 8 UO  in  -.be  I. O. O. F. Hall.     A  cordial  tnvitntiotj if. ex  -.ended to all sojourning brethcin.  FRED Jl. HOICKS, F. K.liROWN,  N. G. V. G.  ALBERT LOGAN, Kec. Sue.  Boundary CreeR Times  1����ucd every Tridav  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  ���*BK Yrak              2 00  Six Months ���.  1 25  To Forrioh ConNTKiKS  2 EO  FRrDAV. JULY li. Villi.  THE BOOSTER  Tbe present flay tuetliorl-* of  giving' publicilv (o our western  towns, with the object in view of  inducing' a larger number to come  and take .td vantage of tlie many  and golden opportunities to improve tlieir condition. This boosting directly, personally and by  press publicity, is certainly tlie  proper means to the end aimed at,  but indiscriminate boosting1, and  in many respects, with greatly  overdrawn statements, it is almost  a crime to induce the mechanic  artisan or anv others comfortably  iixed in their old home town,with  all its happy associations, the  old folkB and the young folks living and enjoying their every day  existence; it may be hum drum,  but at least it is free from the uncertainties, free from the necessity of cutting adrift of all the  old ties, and as we can only live  this human life once, does it pav,  and to come right down to the  hard pan facts, would it not be  better to keep along there at what  vou are doing than fly to far off  fields wbich-are so enticingly portrayed that they would have them  believe that a living, if not a  fortune, is there waiting the new  corner without any great effort  tn make   it   on his  own  account.  '['here is no land under the  Heavens-with greater advantages  than British Columbia for the  man who is handicapped in the  Kast, but does it really pay for  the man of .family, who is doing  well where he is. to throw it up  to go West? The strenuous rivalry of the East against the West  has culminated in well directed  efforts being made to offset the  western advantages, better pav  and labor improvements have and  aTe taking the place of the former  hard and fast routine of work.  Another and most pertinent  phase of this boosting is this:  After you have succeeded in  bringing in a big influx of people, what efforts, if any, are  made to keep them with you?  How much interest is taken with  one, the bread winner who loses  his job through business vicissitudes? None whatever. He can  either swim or sink, and the consequence is that the one kindof  inhabitant that it pays to keep,  from a business standpoint as  well as a citizen, we are quite indifferent about, and he is of necessity compelled to pull up  stakes and hike out to gain a  living somewhere else. These  are the ones we should take a  lively interest in and keep with  us, for they are the nation builders and the stock we require. So,  as charity begins at home, just  think this over and keep and treat  well what we have, the increase  from the outside will follow, and  do so with the feeling thai the  town i". not an unfeeling one, but  thev mav certainly count upon a  live and let live policy as beiug  the rule ami not the exceptiou.  The bird in the hand i;s worth  two in the hush.  RECIPROCAL  Tt is hard to understand why  such important, combining of in  t��'rests as those which are ac  knowledgcd by our merchants as  requiring their close attention  and mutually to act in their individual interest as well as the  general welfare of trade and commerce in this particular community. A board of trade organization meets with unhesitating  approval It is a solid good  thing, and just what iS required.  It ia started with lots of enthusiasm, which looks good for its  contiuuauce, but how long does  this continue? if we mav judge  from our Greenwood Board of  Trade and the exact repeat  of a  town not many miles east of us,  the interest soon wanes, and the  result is the falling into the comatose state of a formation which  for our needs and advantages is  really imperative. All men in  business know full well that  hardly a day passes but some  hindrance to business occurs or  some most important matter  shows up that U would pay well  to investigate, and possibly turn  it to their advantage. It is here  where the board of trade comes  into play, and through it as a  body, concessions are made, handicaps are removed and business  receives a fresh boost, which  would not be effected if acted  upon individually. Try and restore to consciousness our present  dormant board, take an hour during the afternoon of any day (and  not at night), during the week,  meet, discuss and act in concert--  all pull together. It will pay,  and pay well.    Try it again.  body of Goulthrite, former superintendent of the stationery branch  of the Dominion Printing Bureau,  Undertaker Baker discoyered $960  which, with g96 already found  in a pocketbook, makes a total of  $1056 in money, with other valuables, discovered on the remains.  The body was shipped to Ottawa.  EDITORIAL COMMENT  Hon. C. Murphy, secretary of  state, deserves the hierhest credit  for the prompt and effective manner in which he has cleaned out  the graft from the printing- bureau  at Ottawa. Tbe next step is to  punish all connected witb it and,  if necessary, have the laws for  the protection of public business  so striugent that they shall be a  terror of future evil-doers of a  similar character.  Springhill, Nova Scotia, coal  miners bees me rebellious. The  ���nob throwing stones, and breaking windows. The company's,  iiohce had a difficult job to maintain order, and the outlook is so  lesperate that if these disorders  ire continurd it will be necessary  o apply to the capital for military troops to quell the uprising.  The strike has beeu continued for  another year.  OPTIMISM IN THE WEST  ANNEXATION  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  Tho summary of an interview  with Sir A. D.iuglas, cabled from  Montreal to London, is widely  published in England. In it he  charges Canadians holding responsible positions uuder the  crown with harboring the idea of  annexation to the United States  in their hearts, and says as long  as that feeling exists in the minds  of those responsible for making  and enforcing the laws Americans  will be welcomed to the exclusion  of Britishers.  It is asserted by some papers  that the remarks attributed to Sir  Douglas are inaccurate.  According to the weekly crop reports issued by the Canadian Northern  Railway concerning the system in the-  prairie provinces, the wheat has never  before, at this period of the year,  been in such a flourishing condition  as at present.  From nearly all points comes the  news that a great advance has been  made, and that the weather of late,  hot as it has been, has ; riot damaged  the crops. In fact, on the contrary,  it has improved matters considerably,  and farmers throughout the West are  expecting a yield which will eclipse  former years by many thousands of  bushels.  Optimism is the keynote of success, and the whole farming community is confident, according to  these reports, that the crop will be  exceptionally big this year.  Teething children have more or less  diarrhoea,-which can be controlled by  giving Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is  necessary is to give the prescribed dose  after each operation of the bowels  more than natural and then castor oil  to cleasne the system. It is safe and  sure. Sold by all druggists and dealers.  Duncan Ross has returned  from the north and is now at  Vancouver.  A party of Doukhobors are  treking from Saskatchewan to  British Columbia-  Fight pictures are placed under the ban and many states refuse to allow tbem to be exhibited. Why does Canada not follow  suit and kill it good.  Race riots have started in many  cities in the Uuited States, consequent upon Johnson victory  over Jeffries, and threatens to become a general racial war.  Ernest Davis, son ot a well  known mill foreman, was crushed  to death while coupling C. P. R.  cars on the run between Arrow-  lakes and Revelstoke, on July 6th.  Sam Langford is itching to  have a fistic bout with Johnson,  who will accomodate him when  $20,000 is put up, and to come off  at Cheyenne in August.  Grand Forks beat Nelson at  cricket, last week, Martin Bur-  rel, M. P,. contributed the fine  score of 41 runs, which helped  out good.  Traffic on the V. V. & E.  through the valley keeps up  wonderfully, a surprise to many  who predicted thai uutil the road  was completed to the coast it  would be light.  Thc Great Northern ticket  oflice at Everett, Wash., was  looted of $2,537 on the 5th July by  a bandit, who knocked down the  agent with a club and afterwards  made good his escape with the  dough.  Onisstmi Frechette, a brother  of A. A. Frechette, saddler of  this town, who lately invented a  dry dredge, after having the same  patented, has proved such a success that he has disposed of his  Canadian interests for $20,000  cash, and still retains his American and Austrailian rights to  patent.    Upon taking the clothes off the  We have to thank the Japanese for  Menthol, which when applied in Davis*  Menthol Salve hi unequalled to soothe  and heal insect bites and stings, sunburn, etc.    25c. a tin at druggists.  A VACATION  Every person whose business or  purse will permit should take a  vacation, if it be only for a few  days. A temporary release from  the daily grind is a relief and replenishes the vitality that is essential to achievement. To obtain the best results the temporary  relaxation should be spent in surroundings as completely removed  from customary environment as  possible. To the city man isolation from the din and hustle of  trade aud traffic spells rest and  recreation. Take a few days off,  you will feel better physically,  brighter mentally and social qualities stimulated.  WILL PROTECT VICTIMS  Andrew Carnegie on learning  that his Dunfermline solicitor had  disappeared and that he was a de-  falter to the amount of .��30,000,  has offered to provide any amount  necessary to relieve the distress of  his victims.  BAD STOMACH  Many in Greenwood are Being Thoroughly Purified by Miona. the Guaranteed Cure for Indigestion,  People of Greenwood who suffer  from dyspepsia and otlier stomach  troubles are getting lired of takiug  preparations containing pepsin, because pepsin simply digests the food  artificially. Pepsin relieves, it never  cures..  And remember, pepsin only digests  animal food; it has no ell'eet on slarchy  food, such as potatoes, rice, brentl, etc,  Mi-o-ua cleanses and purities the  stomach and bowels, and tones up and  puts energy into the stomach walls, so  that they properly mix the food with  the natural digestive juices of the  stomach.  Mi-o-na tablets quickly arouse the  stomach from its inaction, and in a few  days it is able to do its work easily aud  without exertion. There will be no  more sour stomach, fermentation of  food, dizziness, sick headache, belching of gas, or foul breath.  Mi-o-na only costs 50 cents a large  box, and is guaranteed by J. .1*. White  to cure dyspepsia, sea or car sickness,  vomiting of pregnancy, and stomach  sickness resulting from over indulgence the night before, or money   back.  iYOME  CURES^CATARRH, ASTHMA,  Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs ind Colds? or  money back.   Sold and guaranteed by  J. L. WHITE, Dru&gist  Strong Healthy Women  If a woman is strong and healthy in a womanly way, motherhood means to her but little suffering. The trouble lies  in the fact tbat the many women suffer from weakness and  disease of the distinctly feminine organism and arc unfitted  for motherhood.   This can be remedied.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription  Cares the weaknesses and disorders of womca.  It nets directly on the delicate aad important  organs concerned in motherhood, making them  healthy,   strong,   vigorous,   -virile   and   elastic.  Favorite Prescription" banishes the indispositions of-the  period of expectancy and makes baby's advent easy and  almost painless.    It   quickens  and vitalizes the  feminine  organs, and insures a healthy and robust   baby.    Thousands   of women have  testified to its marvelous merits. ,  It Makes Weak Women Strong.     It Makes Sick Women Well.  Honest druggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you as "just  as good." Accept no secret nostrum in place of this nou-xecret remedy. It  contains not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of habit-forming or injurious  drugs.    Is a pure glyceric extract,of healing, native American roofs.  t   ��,. ��  ^���   4  *  *  4-  *  4��  Electric current supplied for Power, Lighting,  Heating and Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with  absolute guarantee of continuous power service  0 _ w ��� H.Hn vanM   |--vftr vi   avi V 1VV  Get Our Rates. We Can Save YonMoBey T  *���* ; -_ '_ a|i  ^Bs^B^HslssMTiarr*-   i���ns r  ������ - n .  . '"  4M  ���I  ���J  ���1  +  +1  ���1  The coroner's jury brought in  a verdict holding no oneresponsi-  hie for the collapse of the water  tank and fire in the Herald building, on June 40, which caused the  loss of 34 lives aud injury to 20  others.  Avoid alcoholic aud capsicum tonics  which burn hair and scalp. Use Bearine, aud bear's grease pomade, which  feeds the roots anfl makes hair grow.  The upper Fraser steamer  Charlotte has met with a second  accident and will again be out of  commission fora fortnight���and  in. the extra busy season.  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Morrison, Prop.  T��e Pacific Is the Headquarters  for Commercial-and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large arid cosy.  It is well to have on hand  a reined}-, simple, effective and  easily applied, for mosquito  bites, insect stings, Sores,  bruises, suiiburn, and injuries  to the skin, and forty other  ailments not always dangerous, but which can be cured  by outward application. Such  a remedy is Davis' Menthol  Salve(TheD.&L.), which comes  iu tins for 25 cts. at druggists.  gasp  %Msm  WATER NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that an application  will be made under Part V.of the " Water  Act, 1909," to obtain 'a license in the Similkameen Water Division ot Yale District.  a.���Tbe name, address and occupation of the  applicant. Wallace McKendry, of Anaconda,  in Yale District, rancher and smelterman.  b.���The name pf the lake, stream or source,  is a. small creek called Porter creek, running-  westerly through a part of the applicant's  lands, and rinkiug thereon.  c. The point of diversion. About 75 yards  easterly from the applicant's houseon the north  half of the southeast quarter of Section 29.  d.���The (juautlty of water applied for, in cubic  feet per second.   Three.  e.���The character of the proposed works. A  dam with ditches and pipes leading therefrom.  f.���The premises ou which the water Ib to be  used id scribe same). Those portions of Lot  1015 and the north hall of tbe southeast quarter  of Section 29, ia Township 70, lying east of  Boundary creek, add tbe southeast portion ol  tlio northeast quarter ol flection -**- aforenaid,  held by the applicant under au agreement for  pmchase from Robert Wood.  jr.���The purposes for which the water Is tn be  'ti.e.l.   Irrigation.  It.- If fur Irrigation describe the land intended to be Irrigated, giving acreage. The  lauds meutloiied lu paragraph (f) hereof, containing 60 acres, more or less.  i.-Area of Crown land intended lo be occupied by the proposed works.   Not any.  j. -This uotice was posted ou the I8th day of  May, 191d. and application will be made tothe  Commissioner on tbe 28th day of June, 1910.  k.-t'ive the names aud addresses of any riparian proprietor)! or licensees who or whose  lauds are, likely to be affected by the proposed  works, either above or below the outlet. Not  anv. "v '  x vWaLLACE McKENDRY.  ,    "^ Oreenwood, B. C.  I. II. Hallett, solicitor for applicant.  i OVCR 68 YCARS*  ��� EXPERIENCE  Anyono ssn  ���fllcklr ssoorl  Invention Is ��  tlons strictly ��  sent free. Old!  Patents t��t  tpicialnotlce.  A hsndsomeSy  mutton of an]  Cfinad*. f&TO a  nil newsdealers.'  MUNN &  .. Branch OSi  rhe Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  ���j��4��-^��-|.-f.��|.*f����f.^.  Snynopsls ol -Canadian Mb-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIOK8:  3f M  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  ST^GE  Leaves   Greenwood at 7 a.m. to  connect with Spokane train; and  at 2 p.m. with Keremeos train.  J. McDonell.  St.  A  Mn I * he i  CO., LT'D.  Leaves Mother Lode  9,30  a.   m.  6:30 p.  m.  *r ir n* *? K* jr s? K* tr *? *��� jp K" ip ip if **  **  k  k  -*  V.  *  **  %  %  -*��  %  Lea*ves Greenwood  2:00 p.  8:30 p.  m.  m.  Saturday last stage leaves  Mother Lode 6 p. m. Returning,  leaves Greenwood 10 p. m.  Greenwood Office  NORDEN    HOTEL  V* Jr* J** O* v* O* v* v* v* vi O* *3-* u��� *?* v** is** v*  AT THE CHURCHES  ANY available dominion Lands within the 1  Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be J  homesteaded by any person who is the sale head J  of a family, or any male over 18 years of age, I  to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, ;  more or less. ���        I  Entry most be made personally at the loca|  land oflice for the dlsi-ict in which the land -&!f  situate. Entry by proxy.,majr$li<>wever, be]  made ou certain coudUtousv by - the father, \  mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, of an)  intending homesteader, I  Thehpm'esteader Is required  to preform the  conditions connected  there with umli-r oue of *  the following plans;  .1) At least six months' residence upon and l  cultivation of the land In each -year for three ]  years.  (�� If the father Cor mother, if the father lade-  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  in the vicinity of the land entered for,   the re j  quirements as to residence may be satisfied by  such person residing with the father or mother. |  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence j  lion farming land owned by him in the vicln '  ity of his homestead,'the requirements as to res  idence may be satisfied by residence npon the  said land. .   |  Six months' notice in writing should be given  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ot  tawa of I n ten Hon to apply for patent.  Coai.-pHCoal mining- rights may be leased fora<|  period of twenty-one years at an annual rental  of $1. per acre.-  Not more than 2,560 acres shall  be leased to one individual or company.   Aros  allty at the rate of five cents per ton sjlal),  collected on the merchanUWe ��^oal,piiniM.jP  ���YrMm^.~Y-,^Z~'  Deputy of the Minister of thei  N. B.���UuautbortsArFjpul-.'ticat'on of  vertlsement will not he paid for.  Mkthodist ��� Rev. I. B. Hibber.'  will conduct seivi-zcs in llie Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morning-, 11  a, ni,; Sunday School,3 p.m. Evening.  7:30,  Pkksbytkrian���St. Coltimba. Services will be conducted morning and  evening, 11-.**.. ni. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School 2.30 p. m. 'Rej;*1,';, A.  Petrie, minister.     "*���  tion of the      _���  |-y     ��� ���Y,yyym  COP����%ItDMii9  y/$m  Vol. VIII., issued May, 1909, coat-tins*  1,500 pages, with nearly . SO perx^it. )jj  more matter than the preceding ed|tlon.i  The chapters with: mine descriotipn-i  and on statistics have been carcfully  revised and the?jlMk of  the matter  therein &<;%   ���    ..%  4' ���    -*���*�����*  ENTIRELY *NEW  There are 25 chapters^ '  t  Covering Copper .Siatory, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, imej|ting.  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, SubstituteB.Terminplogy  Deposits by Districts, States.Cousftrlea  and Continents, Mines in Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, Its-  ports, Rxporta, Finances, DivldiSi��lB,  etc,  T^.Qapt����Handbook is concededlyi  the ��� .-y  Worlds Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  The Copper Handbook contains, in  this new and greatly enlarged edition,  about 50 per cent, more matter than  the Bible���though not necessarily a  better book because of its great bulk.  Itis tilled with PACTS of vital importance to.  Catholic���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service :1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each-month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers; and benediction at 7:30 p. m,; Sunday school at  2:30 piin. Rbv. J. A. Bedard, O. M. I.  pastor.  MINING CLAM FOR SALE  In Wellington Camp,   The property  known as The   Golden   Crown,   with  plant and equipementnow found thereon.  For terms and particulars apply to  G. R. COLDWELL,  Brandon, Manitoba.  Make use of the want ad. column.  It win do the work for you at less cost  and be more effectual.  THE INVESTOR  THHJ SPECULATOR   '  THE METALLURGIST  THB CONSUMER  THE MINER  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt top,  or $7. SO in genuine full library morocco.  TERMS are most liberal. Send ^o  money, but order the book sent to you,  all carriage chaiges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  36, SHELDON BUILDING, HOUGHy  TON, MICH., U.S.A.     "*  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  TIMES  ��� v>  ',*-?*- ���  M  gffiflSgV:  ->  .-- . ���' y  . _iBk ! MINES AND MIMGf  ����*9������-��#0����*��*)i*��*����^#**oioa����  The output o�� the Coal Creek coal  mines is nearly 3,000 ton's a day.  Operations are  to  be resumed on  the California mine at Republic.   '  The Snowshoe  mine is shipping at  the rate of 4,000 tons a month. ,  At Merritt the Diamond Vale Coal  Co. has resumed" work in its No. 3  jnine.  The Queen mine, near Princeton,  is at present loading concentrates for  the Trail smelter.  One hundred and twenty miners'  licenses were issued at New Denver  for the week ending June 4th.  A 3,000-foot drainage tunnel is  being run on the Pioneer placer claim  in the Big Bend, near Revelstoke.  \  I'  A strong company has taken hold  of the Granite Creek coal mines and  important developments may be looked  for. ";      An investigation of the  copper resources of Canada will be  continued  yby Dr. A. W. G. Wilson this season.  ' Work will be carried on in Ontario  y and.i^the maritime provinces.   !_j���  The Jewel mine  will start up in  .abouttwo weeks.;, vThe  engineers of  ��� '* e^oifkhy itljptehay   Power  Co. alfe  f; ..falling their transformers, and wiie'n  completed the mil! .will begin- ck d1-1  ing.    New York dealers in copper have  purchased July copper forl2/^/f?<'nts,  delivered in 30 days, but buying is,  very moderate.. In Europe tin- demand for copper is very arfjf <:;at about  ��57-10.  ���%'-���'���  Late reports from the Midwa-y-* coal  mine state that the seam has widened  out to over seven feet and is of good  quality. Experimental work has  provjerTthiscdal excellent for steam-  inffknd for coke.    The owners will  try to prove the extent of coal available and if they succeed in establishing the fact of quantity the mere location of the mine will make it a success. At the present time the coal  which the C. P. R, uses in the Boundary district has to be brought from the  Crow's Nest at np inconsiderable expense.   A solution of the Granby troubles  may be found in the company taking  over additional properties in the Franklin Camp. The properties under consideration are the McKinley, Gloster,  Ajax, Jumbo, I. X. L. Manhattan  and Gold King.  FAMOUS PEOPL  BY FANNIE M.LOTHROP  When the stomach fails to preform  its functions, the bowels become deranged, the liver and th*: kidneys congested causing- numerous diseases.  The Stomach and Liver must.be re.  stored to a healthy condition and  Chamberlain's Stomace and Liver  Tablets can be depended upon to do it.  Easy to take and most effective. Sold  by all druggists and dealers.  After its earlier experiences  witb no licenses, Prince Rupert  has adopted the high license plan  and will permit liquor selling,  after the 15th instant in all hotels  of thirty ...five rooms.  Y01W_. girls frequently .require a  good invigoratingiarid blood-snaking  tonic. For this purpose notiiing1 equals  Ferrovim. whiiSi is prepared from  fresh leanjibeef, Citrate of Iron and  pure  old   Spanish   Sherrjfe' Wtafiiv- It  soon  brings color to jfe'rce che'Sks and  strengthens the wholei syst.i:  bottle       ... C  $1  a  ^fx milefK of road have beeu  -built from Burton City, opening  up the tributary valley and providing connection  with  Nakusp.  Soreness of the muscles, whether induced by violent exercise or injury-; is  quickly relieved by the free application  of Chamberlain's Liniment. This liniment i>. equally valuable for muscular  rheumatism, and always affords quick  relief.1 Sold by all druggists and dealers.  A townsite near Hazel ton has  been named Ellison, in honor of  Hon. Price Ellison.  For Rheumatism it is not necessary  to go to Hot Springs. Just use ''The  D. & L." Menthol Plaster and results  will be satisfactory. 25c. at druggists  Davis & Lawrence Co.. manufacturers.  %  h.V  TUNNEL  LlMlfkD.  25 CmM  hare  "Capital Stock P^-ipSTTO^acd into  "; ��� . '^JO^S0^^ 25c Each,  A  NOl^lfofi LIABILITY  Now rtttTLii^^a^ (in 300 feet)  under yaiua^eiiclainis adjoining  Greenwo<||ff Townsite on  latH Mountain, /'  ���OhA LOFSTAD,  President.  A. S. BLACK,  Secretary.  BAD SIGN  rtiotolbf Xattytltt, London;  GOUNTESa GREY  Wife ot the Governor-General.  The life at Rideau Hall, the official residence of the Governor-General ol  Canada, is social rather than political; it gives just nn sitinosphere of royalty in  a democratic country, which though ��>. colony in name is practically a free nation  in fact. Earl and Countess .Grey seem to*have just thc delicately dillicult blend-  in" of aristocracy and democracy that make them admirably fitted for their  roles- as representatives of the King iu Canada. They are both free from that  oppressive reserve that distinguishes many members of the British nobility.  Lady Grey has never taken ah active part in thc political world in which  her husband has been so conspicuous, her domain being social and philanthropic;  and she has been as enthusiastic as the Earl on the subject of temperance reform  and a devbted co-worker in his Public House Trust for removing the worst features from English saloons.  Lady Grey is wealthy in her own right, boing one of the daughters of R.  S. Holford, the millionaire member of Parliament and owner of the palatial man-  sipnirDorchester House in Park Lane, one of the most famous homes in London.  .At the time of her marriage in 1877, Lady Grey and her two sisters were eon--  6picuous in London for their beauty, rare intellectual gifts and tlieir social standing.  Since her marriage Lady Grey has spent little time in London, as she has followed the fortunes of her husband and been his constant companion in his various  positions in all parts of the world and waa with him when he made his splendid  record in South Africa in the administration of Rhodesia after it had been taken  over ' '.' the crown from tlie South African chartered company. Tlie Greys have  five cu.klren, the eldest Lord Howich, now twenty-six years old, who until recently acted as his father's private secretary, and four daughters, the eldest of  whom, LuVly Sybil, married Arthur W. Grenfell.      /  Lady Grev has regular features, a perfect English complexion, a sweet smi!:i  that seems a benediction, and the re.stfsil, e.".!:n manner of a nature thoroughly  w-.ll poised and controlled. With a keen mind, :>, kindly tact that seems instinctive, a simple, sincere cordiality-and gmeiousne.'-s, a lira-time of closest association  with the best social life in England, and tho additional charm and ease that travel  has brought her, Lady Grey should fit perfectly into thc lifo of the Dominion  and add to the traditions of hospitality that linger like a perfume round the memories of Itideau Hall.  l-j,t��i,idac::i>nt;iii;to A-tuf the Pirlfimcut cf C_ia*'i, in ttiu year ICOo, bv "-V. C. Mact, at tho Department of Agrlcul-urt  , THE LURE OF GOLD  Deep down somewhere in human  nature, as irradicable almost as the  first law of preservation, is the lure of  gold.     ,  Men who have once felt the gold  fever surge through their veins are  never .more, as long as the breath of  life lasts, immune. The passion is  animal almost in its blindness, it is all  pervading and all compelling. Stories  of riches in any parallel or latitude  will start the rush, and the world is  full of men who will follow the  goddess of fortune, through blinding  snow, over glacial ice, across burning  sands or trackless sea. Almost every  great movement in the history of the  world has had as its basis_jhe lure of  gold. Columbus sought a short route  to the Indies of fabled wealth when  he found America, Cortez pursued  the treasures of the Incas, and Marshall at Sutter's mill started the movement , which eventually mapped the  Sierras and conquered the American  desert, while even in our own Canada, the Cariboo, the Klondike and  the reefs of Cobalt have had much to  with the opening up of the unknown  which is now becoming the home of  millions.  And so when we read of 15,000  men in Seattle jostling and scheming  to be among those who will go north  on the first boats bound for Nome  and the jumping-ofF places for Idata-  rod, of millionaires traveling steerage  just in order to be aboard of a stampede which has had few rivals in modern'times, and none since the Klondike days, the circumstance should  not be a matter of surprise, for it was  ever thus.  Fortunate is the man who is not  blighted with the curse of the gipsy  blood, who can stand by as the stampede surges into the wilderness and  allow the half-mad men to pass on,  secure in the belief that the golden  harvest of the prairie soil offers a  surer reward and as rich a return,  without the inhuman hardships, than  the gold fields of the far off lands beneath the Arctic skies.���Edmonton  Journal.  The world's most successful medicine  for bowel complaints is Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.  It has relieved more pain and suffering, and saved more lives than any-  other medicine in use. Invaluable for  children and adults. Sold by all druggists and dealers.  ROOSEVELT BUMP  The Star. London, takes occasion tb "josh" Colonel Roosevelt  for his Guildhall speech, after  commenting on the race riots, reciting the colonel's statement that  a nation's first duty is to preserve  order.  "His complacency must be  shaken," says the Star, referring  to Roosevelt. "We wait to see  whether he will apply the criticism of Britain's conduct of affairs in Egypt in his own country.  It is a pity that Americans are  not cultivated in art of taking  sporting defeats in a dignified  manner and in minding their own  business politically.  The Star finds comfort in the  fact that Sir Eldon Gorst is not  to be removed  from the position  of British agent  in  Egypt,  saying:  "Roosevelt allowed himself to  become the catspaw of a cabal  against Gorst, aud did much to  kill the Liberals' confidence- in  him.  Claresholtn, Alberta, is boasting that it is adding a baby to its  population at the. rate of one a  day. There's no race suicide  about the new west.  HIGH COST OF LIVING  The need of educating the farmer  up to his opportunities and responsibilities was neves so apparent as today. No man is better able to avoid  the danger of putting all his eggs in  one basket than the farmer. With  cattle, the wideawake farmer has  milk; with its products, cream, butter and cheese to sell throughout the  year, he has a marketable surplus for  sale without reducing his capital stock  in the shape of beef on the hoof or  in the carcass, and in the latter case  there is the hide also to sell. Apart  from that, the cattle -are of direct  value to the soil. Hardy foragers,  sheep give even quicker returns, in  the shape of wool and a large crop of  lambs, which develop very quickly.  Pigs cost very little to keep, as they  utilize so lar_e a proportion of what  is otherwise waste on the farm, and  being prolific and developing very  rapidly can be profitably marketed  within six months of --rowth.  If Your Hair Falls Out When Combine the Hair"  Falling hair meat's that the roots of  the hair need strengthening; they need  a tonic and they ought to.have it  mighty quick.  If you go to J. h. White he will sell  you a large bottle of hair tonic for 50  cents that is guaranteed to stop falling  hair and itching of the scalp and cure  dandruff in two weeks or money  back.  The name of this almost magical-  preparation is Parisian Sage, and it  can now be obtained in nearly every  town of importance in Canada.  Beautiful women in the metropolis  are large users of Parisian Sai-o, oe-  cause they have learned that it --lakes  and keeps the hair soft, beautiful, lustrous and luxuriant. Parisian Sage is  not sticky or greasy, and is the most  delightful hair dressing in the world.  Fifty cents at J. L. White's, or direct,  all charges prepaid, by the Canadian  makers, the Giroux Mfg. Co., Fort  Erie, Ont.  NEWSPAPER SPACE  TEST  t-K. iftTrfttlTIr-��  WILLIE AND JOHNNIE  When the boss suggests to Willie  that he do this chore or that, Willie  goes a-hustling to it, quicker than a  circus cat, and he acts as though he  liked it; when one little job is through,  he comes loping back inquring if  there's nothing else to do. And the  boss, whose heart is weary of incompetents'and drones, says: "He's  earning better wages���1 must see he  gets more bones." When the boss  remarks to Johnnie, "Go and sweep  the ceiling now," Johnnie goes about  the business with a dark and gloomy  brow* in a weary, listless fashion he  performs his little chore, always looking, always squinting at the clock  above the door. And the boss, whose  heart is harrowed, sizes up that languid boy, and remarks: "That  blooming youngster isn't worth three  whoops in Troy." Oh, the mantle  of Elijah falls upon me now and  then, and I gaze into the future, see  the boys grow into men; and I mark  the rise of Willie to the shining  heights of fame, and I'm onto little  Johnnie losing out at every game.  LEAVES FOR THE WEST  Sir Wilfrid Laurier, accompanied by Jenator Gibson, E. M. McDonald, M. P., for Pictou, and  Mr. Lemaire, his private secretary, have left on a two months'  tour of the West. They will be  joined at Port Arthur, where the  first meeting will "be held, by  Hon. George P. Graham and Fred  Pardee, M. P,, chief liberal whip.  ' Sir Wilfrid has been working  hard of late, but is in good health.  He hopes to be further improved  by the invigorating air of Western Canada.  Every line in a newspaper costs  something.    If it   is   to   benefit  some individual,  he may fairly  expect to  pay  something.    You  do not go into a grocery  and ask  the  proprietor  to  hand you out  ten pounds of sugar for nothing,  even though the grocer may be a  personal friend and the gift might  not be a large one.    If the beneficiary  of   advertising  does not  pay   for it the  proprietor has to  settle.    Nevertheless,   many people  cannot  seem  to learn that a  newspaper  pays its expenses by  renting space, and that it  is just  as  much  entitled  to collect rent  for evi-ry day that space   is occupied ns you are for the house you  rent to a tenant.  /  The rcilri Isqultkl-*  ���'    \r\  it ml   lhe   f.vnr  r.Un    i   I  rulibinx tho ;;i]iii-, ,i <������;������ rn hi--,  ta direction./- on llie box, wiih  _     MATHIEU'S    __  NERVINE POWDERS  ���^��i  J. Option Armour declares that  farm and ranch must decide the  question nf the cost ol living.  ,  18 in a box, 25c Sold  everywhere. If your  dealer does not keep  them ve mail box on  receipt of 25c.  -:r'7-5-0  J. "U Mathlcu Cp. pr-cuis,  Sherbrooke, F Q.  Tlie wholesale DiKtrib-Uir*- for Western Canada of Matliien's Xeri-iiu* Powdi-r.-t-Iml also of  Mathieu's Syrup .if Tar .ind Cxi L,i\er<Mi,  the great remedy fnr (.'<>ii|-lis, nn-  FOLEY BROS. LARSON & CO.  Winnipeg.  Edmonton.  Vsncouver  Advertise in THE TIMES  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liycr  Tablets gently stimulate the liver and  bowels to expel poisonous matter,  cleanse the system, cure constipation  and sick headache. Sold by all druggists and dealers,  COOLNESS IN DANGER  Another repetition of the deplorable Slocuni steamship disaster was narrowly averted recently by the level head of the  captain, who, wheu thc steamer  Republic, returning from Rocka-  way Beach, caught tire in New  York harbor. He ran her onto  the beach and saved all of a large  number of passengers.  A cable ferry is being built  across the Skeena from Copper  Oity to the railway line.  Have You Remembered It?  When packing- for the country cottage, don't forget your box of Zam-  Buk! Blisters, sunburn, scratches, insect stings, etc., if not .immediately  attended to, are likely to spoil your  pleasure. Zam-Buk ensures you  against trouble from these. Take  Zam-Buk, instead ef "taking chances'."  Zam-Buk is antiseptic; kills all poison  in wounds, whether from barbed wire  fence, or insect sting. Soothes aching  feet and blistered hands; heals baby's  chafed places; cools those sunburn  patches and prevents freckles. No  mother should be without jt. Purely  herbal in its camposition, Zam-Buk is  always superior to the ordinary ointments containing animal oils and fats,  and mineral coloring matter. All  druggists and stores sell Zam-Buk, but  avoid harmful substitutes.  THE  Boundary  Creek  times  -IS THE-  P10WEER WEEKLY  -OF THE-  i  8  Send for thc paper,  Subscribe for it,  Advertise in it  And let us do  r>l  ��_x:  V...-  .'������'---' -   'Y>       x- -?--?_  -.,_-_-JZci-*,.!*.-���______ ^_t^  {  ��� &yt\ ^o^riixmKKme^^^ijaggf^ A*;.  jy^-v-/-.-  ..wo��iMi*_��-w��^*��3^/^^--itrj��w!����^awt-_^^     *��gB>8_^?t****Tigfel*Jt_iffiyeftf.-t  THE   BOUNDARYGRE  IT  S    '!OV,  lit  1\'  y*r.-  1!  II  1  fill  I  t��  )l    7pW_V TOPICS  -Work on the i iid\v:.j & Vernon  railroad commenced on Friday  last.  Robt. Wood, an old timer of  Greenwood, paid Princeton a visit  last week.  V. Kistler, the Great Northern  D. F. & P. agent, is with us on a  business Irip.  Laurence Trehune and wife  has returned to Greenwood   from  Wl'iteside, and Geo Rutherford,  of G and " vorks.  Green wi od is suffering from a  protracted spell of "hope deferred" in regard to the coming  uew post office. We have the  consolation of feeling if we don't  get it in our day, it will come in  handy for our successors. Great  bodies move slowly.  The Greenwood Lodge of Free  Masons had a church parade on  Sunday morning last, and ^.attended services at St. Colum^a  Pre-sbytf-rian church, Rev.'^J-tp.  Petrie officiating.    A very  excel-  :-YMr  the Fort (George district.  Tbe Granby mine had  a  cave jlen* sermon was preached, which  in   of  100,000 tons of ore.    Very! was very far in arlvana: of  tbt-se  We offer   15(1   feet  of new   wire-wound   U-inch    Hose,   in   50-foot  lengths, regular price SHOO,   July snap $7.95  50 foot best  American   Vitich cotton   Hose,   regular price S12.00,  July snap  9.85  Ice Cream Freezers, new  and old.  4-quart New White Mountain,  regular prici* *r5.50, July snap    4.65  6-quart: New Wliite Mountain freezer, rcj-ular price 56.50, July snap 5.70  12 quart New White Mountain freezer, reg. price 515.00, July snap 11.00  4 quart old Freezer               ...  2.50  6-quart old Freezer     3.00  12 quart old Freezer, White Mountain ,...   8 00  Screen Door!-, complete with   hinges, etc., 51.75 to  2.25  Tents, new. 5x7, S5.50; 6x8, ?4.0n; 8x10, 50.50.  A. L. WHITE  The Furniture and Stove Man  1        Phone 16 Greenwood, B. C.  LADIES  j Do you want ffllft fzttgltflij initial note  || paper and envelopes to write your  \ letters on?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate  ft  FOR  I'oitii 9.  T,AND ACT.  try Tin*;  BOUNDARY CREEK  TIMES  Job Department  Siiiiilli-inii'i-ii  I.:uiil   liit.liirt.   Di-tii.'t  of Vale.  TAK I". \i iTkT. tli.il J:uiifs I'o-rtfi, .if lireen-  H-niiil. lii-itiKli CiilunibUi. ori'iiitatiun  miti.T-, i iiifii.l-; tu :iii|ily f,u- iK'i-tut'.-iii.ii l,i juii'-  i-h.i .i>i In- [ullmvliiir Ji'm-rilieil I:uk1:  i.iiiinih-in-ui(.'at ;i }i(>Nt .il:tmi?.l at the uoi'lli-  .'UM .orii.'r nl I,ni (iS'\ Stmilkiiiiii'iiii .formerly  <K,...,i.,^. Division of Yah; l'isliici: Uil-iici:  imrili 1'iirly chains, more in- U-ss, lo tin' mhiiIi-  ������rly limii ol tin: Cohimliia anil WVsU'iii Railway Coiniianv*'- riirlil nf way; tlirticu --.niilli-  w^sl.-riy fnilowiii.. lilt; saiil noiillierly limit  dirty i-liaiii-.. iijoiv rn- li'ss, to tlie i-asti-rlv limit  <>! I.oi ''*7; Ukmu-c >.null leu c'liain:-;, more or  U".s, lo ilu- uiirUiiTlv limit ol saiil I,��n Ci-fl;  I lit'nc��. .-as i i wen iv ciuiins, mori' or U.ss. to llie  point oi' onmiu-tiivmi'it i. and c-.mtainiii^ sixty  ai-ivs. iniiicor u-ss. J.NMKS l'OC.C.l."  Ilati-il ll.tli -lune. l'llo. SO  FOR SALE AT GRAND FORKS  A beauiifully. situated home, new  building in perfect order, with water  j ..nd e'octric light, with one and one-  lialf acres surrounding, planted with  al". varieties of fruit trees and small  shrubs, grapes, etc., all in bearing-.  Will sell eu bloc or without furniture  if des. ed. Will sell at a sacrifice price  ;-i enable owner to locate at coast im-  i-cdiatcly. Apply at B. C. T'liics  ilficc, Grecti wood. &'  GOOD W0RK  FAIR PRICES  For Sowing Machine Needles and  Oil see A. 1.. White, the Stove and  Furniture man.    Phone Ig.  *" ���  Make your  wants   kno*t"-n   through a:  want acl.    Three line ad. for _3c.  luckly no one was injured.  J. O. McVicar, the travelling  C. P. R. auditor, is checking up  Greenwood offices this week.  M. O. Misener, of Republic,  vv���,.h.. is a visitor to Greenwood,  and is refjistf-reri at tho   Windsor.  The five elected to ruu hotels  in Greenwood, will proceed lo irrigate the city at the same old  price.  Rev. Father Bedard, will cut  loose tor a spell from his parochial duties am! take a trip to Spokane and Cour de Lene.  Mr. Carlson little girl, aged  two vears, while playing a^  Mother Lode, fell and broke both  bones of her right arm.  Senator Bostock is daily expected at Greenwood, to arrange  several matters and particularly  the new post office question.  Owing to the lack of material  coming from Spokane, the enlargement of the furnaces at the  B. C. Copper smelter is greatly  delayed.  John Pringle, acting as advance agent of the Pringle Opera  Troop, is in town arranging for  a weeks performance of his highly  spoken of company.  J. R. Jackson, M. P. P., is in  receipt of a letter from the minister of agriculture, stating that a  demonstratidn orchard will be established in this district.  Mr. Turnbull, chief engineer  of the Canadian Consolidated  Mining & Smelting Co., was in  town a fe,w days ago, and has  lett for Wallace mountain, on a  tour of inspection.  The interment of Mrs. Rov, of  Midway, who died at the Sisters  hospital, on Saturday last, took  place on Tuesday. The remains  being- conveyed to Boundary  Falls. The Rev. Father ' Bedard  officiating.  Grand Forks has .had an increase of population iu the shape  of another contingent of the  Doukabors, from the North West,  numbering some three hundred.  A large porportion of which are  Doukaboresnes.  The Pringle Stock company  will play five nights iu Greenwood next week. Their bills at  present comprises: The Oon-  victs&laughter; Reaping the Harvest; What Happened to Jones;  A Wise*Women; Paid iu Full.  At the last meeting of the  Boundary Valley Lodge No. 38  I. O. O. F., the followiner officers  were elected for the current year:  F. E. Brown. N. G.;  Grey Pond,  V. G.; Walter Murray, Rec-Secy.;  G. B,   Taylor,   Finance;   A,   E.  Braithwaite, Treasurer.  Among the visitors to Greenwood thiB week, that are registered at the Imperial, are the foi-  low|hg: R. D. Kerr, and f,.. R.  Jac_Son, of Midway; Jack Venables, Fred T. Moore, Frank Gor-  4don, and R. S. Daggett, of Vancouver;    Fred    Knight,    David  sermons generally. The solo by  Miss Burnett was beautifully rendered and the choir did finely in  tbeir selection of sacred songs.  Japanese Menthol is unequalled as a pain relieving agent.  Applied in the "D. & X."  Menthol Plaster it is the most  effective remedy known for  Lumbago, Sciatica, Rheuniatil,  Aches and Pains. Try a "Df  & L." Menthol Plaster .the  next time you are suffering  from any one of thes^fcom-  plaints and be convinceqfc ;25c.  each at druggists.  sure  is good beer.   That's our _i_d.  USE  y-���* traqSMARK  A -Splerfclic! Tonio  Builds up the System  Strengthens the  Musoles  �����8vos Mew Life  Ciuiii icy all isc-llclne dealers^  Dt-Ylg _l_wi��act- (.'.:., Montreal.  ^r'-Ti���rr'-':r;_**"**���  ���r���*=  THE PRINGLE CO,  The Pringle Slock Co. will  open a short s-*as<m al the Audi-  loriutu nn Tuesday, July 19th.  This excellent organization is the  oldest stock company in Canada,  having played all the larger cities  in the eastern and western provinces. They have just fibished a  six weeks' engagement in Victoria and are playing the mountain   towns during  the  summer.  VANCOUVER  The Great City of the Great West.  FIRST  EDUCATIONAL  INDUSTRIAL and  AGRICllTtoR^L  EXHIBITION  AUG. 15-2(V#iO  i.  !r  \i  \i  \i  \i  i  It is exhUeratag. a.nd invigorating.  Ma'Kes perfect sleep pfesaiblcy.  and good Heal-^L**. assured.  yypqr1. beer ''t^'p6p_Iw'?;.-witH.-'*  both the ladiea and gentlemen.  It is -well made and vfell cured  aiid will prove a pleasure. We  are -very careful to see that  nothing injurious enters into  its brewing-.  A GLASS  of oiir Pabst beer will put  new life into anyone. It cures  the thirsty feeling* and makes  you feel light and gay.  iK Green wood Liquor ��o.  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  Cool and refreshing drinks for hot weather  Walker's Crape Juice  Th--* Pure Juice of the Grape.  Quarts only 75 cents, Pints only.4Q-Ce*9ts.  THE SIMON PURE MONSERRAT LIME JUICE  Imperial quarts, $1.00; pints, 65 cent^ ,  Miss Florence Pringle, with the Pringle Stock Qo, at the Auditorium.  They will play Banff during the  entire month of August. The  Pringle Co. are playing al popular prices, and their repertoire  consists of the latest up-to-date  comedies and dramas. There is  no loug waits hetween the acts,  as they will introduce high class  vaudeville, thus making tbe performance continuous. The opening play will he the 4-act comedy  "A Convict's Daughter."  $30,000 IN PRIZES  The Great Spectacular  Show  'FIGHTING THE FLAWES"  STREET. GREENWOOD  ���'���yatiSiis  Six days of solid enjoyment under  Vancouver's Suiiny Sky on the snorfis  of Burrard Inlet.  Cheap rates on all railways and  steamboats. Full information from  James Roy, Manager, Vancouver Exhibition, 319 Pender street, Vancouver,  B. C.  ANNUAL MEETING  THE Annual General meeting of  the Greenwood City Water Works Co.  will be held in the Company's office at  Greenwood on Wednesday, the 20th day  of July, 1910, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, for the transaction of the general business of the Company and the  election of a Board of Directors.  B. G. Wahrkn, Secretary.  DOMINION LANDS  '"The Slocan asks fora gold commissioner and government agent.  Dominion L,ands Railway Belt British Columbia. The date for the coming into force of the new regulations  has been changed, and a new date will  be set later. Until further notice no  entries to be granted in the New Westminister district and east of range  thirteen west of sixth meridian inclusive. P. G. Kbvs,  Secretary.  Ottawa. June 20, 1910.  CLOSING OUT THIS LINE  Tnc.klp that will yet the  fish,  prices  that will ��.-ot the lai-klt-.  1 dozen Trout   Flies,   A-grade,  4(b; in  3 dozen lots, $1.10.  Leaders, regular 10 centers, 3 for 15c.  Leaders, regular 10 centers, 7 for 25c.  Leaders, regular lo centers, 3 for 25c.  Leaders, regular 15 centers, 7 for 45c.  Reels, regular 35 centers, 25c.  Lines, regular 50 centers, 35c.  Kish Poles, steel. 10-foot, jointed  rod, 52.00.  Fish Poles, split bamboo, 10-foot,  jointed rod, 53.75, now $2.95,  Fish Poles, split bamboo, trunk rod,  52.50, now 51.75,  Trout is a fish, and a game one, and  tliey are looking for a snap at the fly  you can get with thc ljader. The line  we have, and the pole, too, at close-ifiit  prices at tlie O. t. C, 2nd-hatid store.  A. L. White, P. one 16.  Parii'is rc-r-uiriug Kiouey >;i farms  can be ac-omitiodated on a ipHeatton  to A. S. Bl. ck, Solicitor, t, Kenwood,  B. C.  THE  Club Cigar Store  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes,  Candies, Fruits, Nuts  Plioenix and Midway Stapa Office.  Aiienl for Reco Laundry. Plioenix.  L.  L.  MATTHEWS,  PHONE A-4S.  TENn*<!  TEN'  3!  N  ew  shipment  just   recc  ved.  See  the  line.    Th.>   O.  I.  C. store,  A  L.  \\*li  ite, proprietor.  FINANCIAL  MONEY TO LOAN  Apply to  A. S. BLACK, Solicitor  Greenwood, B. C.  LOST  A gold cuil link  engraved   with in  itials  S. T.  H.    Finder rewarded by  leaving same- at Times office.  FCK SALE-At  Fort George, V(  acre  lots $325 00  to $450.00, adjoining  25-foot   lots sold  as  high  as  $650.00.  Foster & Fisher, 310  Hastings   street,  Vancouver, B. C.  On account of Annual Prize Rifle  Shoot to be held at .Vancouver, B. C, . >  July 21st to 23rd, ihclusive,^ the Great  Northern Ry, will make reduced rates  to those attending. Tickefe' may be  purchased July I'd...  For further informa^kin address the  undersigned. -''  H. E. BRBNIZER,  Agent, Midway, B. Cy ..��*&��  V.KI8T3yp}R,-   ���-*���������'������  D. F. & P. A., Grand Fork**? BJ C.  .-�����'���-���������!���*.  ���<��;.  MiV&t  BUY YQJJR  FROjflTHK  Fresh Milk W  BOTTLE  Fred  .fe'-;-  Viftlgl  xyi  kFIBfST H  -* _t * _^ * ji * * jr jitt.�� * 3  e cabs:  wini^Kr^wotel  Or  S'-i  *i\  ���* J��J��J��_��J��vJ /v i**  ,A''     '-**'"  L .  ���-��� -L -' : _s_���'~  Greitoo  *  -M-*'i.<ln  Leaves ,l^|  Arrives'Gi-:-.  _a  Fancy Cane Baskets for  Picnics and Outings  A Fine Variety  FISHING  TACKLE  The dependable kind that delivers the goods.    RODS, REELS,  FLIES, LINES, LEADERS, BASKETS, SPOONS, LANDING  NETS, Etc,   A complete stock at reasonable prices.  GREENWOOD  OFFICE:  ���' - -i1  Prompt attent  GILLIS  _-__-_-_H-_-_____-__l  AbVERTIS  BOOKS AND STATIONERY, K0D  mmmUaa&ttBaBBmamz  ���yi* ;*:'


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