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 4  *    VOL. 13  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, JULY 2,   1909.  No. 43  I'  =^  WHITEWEAR  Our Mock of Ladies' White  Cotton Nightgowns is large  and complete, lace and embroidery trimmed. Prices  v��.*ry reasonable.  75c to $5.00  Barclay & Co.  DRY GOODS-���BOOTS & SHOES MILLINERY  ^  STRIKE IS  1F  ���ruiiH aa  =^  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  SUMMER GOODS.  Special Values  in  REFRIGERATORS,  GO-CARTS  CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS,  OILCLOTHS,  Everything In the Furniture Line.  T. M. Gulley & Co,  HOOSE FURNISHERS -    -   Phone 27  4  /*-*-  Strong alkaline soaps will roughen,  and, if used long, ruin the complexion.  If you are not satisfied with your toilet  soap, try  Howard's Hard Water Soap, 35c per box  Red Cross Soap,        -        -     25c per box  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  THE STORE OF QUALITY.  r  P. BURNS & CO.  DEALERS IN ���  FRESH & CURED  MEATS.   FISH  AND POULTRY  Wholesale and  Retail  Meat _  Meichants.    Dealers in Live COppCr Street,  Stock.    Pork Packers.    .    . ,  Markets in B.C, Alberta and GreCflWOOCL  Yukon. ....   DECLARED  The Greenwood Miners' union  has declared a strike against the  mines and smelter of tbe Britiuh  Columbia Copper company. Tbe  minority report of Mr. Mclnnis  of the Conciliation board, which  recent]**' sat here to consider the  differences between tbe company  and the union, was adopted by  tbe union arid tbeir action followed. The notice posted by the  union was as follows :  "On June 1, 1907 Greenwood  Miners' union and tbe manager  of the B. C. Copper company  adopted a wage scale to he paid  ���be employees of tbe B. C. Copper company at their mines and  smelter. In May, 1908 the manager of the B. C. Copper company  reduced the wages of bis employees and from that time tn  to the present time has refused to  submit a copy of the scale of  wages he is paying his employees to Greenwood Miners' anion  and he has tried to disrupt Greenwood Miners' union by blacklisting our active members. The  properties of the B. C. .Copper  company are closed down at present and we intend to keep them  closed down until the management recognizes Greenwood Miners'union. At least 90 per cent  of the employees of the B. C.  company before it closed down  were members of Greenwood Miners' union. The strike committee will notify the public through  the press when the strike is  called off."  The following letters which  have passed between the union  and the company, within the last  week give this story of the negotiations leading up to the strike.  Greenwood, B. C, June 21.  Mr. J. E McAllister, Manager B.  C. Copper Co., Anaconda, B.C.  Dear Sir���At a regular meeting of Greenwood Miners' union,  June 19, 1909, the members  adopted the report of John Mclnnis as a member of the conciliation and investigation board lately held in Greenwood.  I was instructed to notify you  to that effect and failing to get  a satisfactory answer from you  before 7 p. m. June 23, to declare  a strike against the B. C. Copper  company, on behalf of Greenwood Miners' union.  Hoping to receive an early reply.    Respectfully yours.  (Signed) George Heathekton  nor is it our intention tbat there  should lie any dis- rimination  against your member* without,  however, in any sense nbrogating  the right of tbis company to hire  and discharge such men as it considers best in its own interests  and vou will understand that any  employee faithfully discharging  bis duties in the interests of the  company will be given r>vprv consideration, whether bei"i ni'io- to  your organization or not.  It bad been our intention, prior  to tbe receipt of your U-'ior, to  resume work both at th<- ��� nclter  and the Mother Lode mine as  soou as a sufficient supply of fuel  had been acrutmi'ated at the  former point, and in this resumption tbe members of your organization would have been fairly  dealt wiih, the samo as any one  else. Il is wiih regret, therefore, that, we note the stand you  take in your letter indicating as  it does a position biased in one  direction; as we had hoped your  organization would adopt an attitude of fair dealing which must  be essential to its stability, as  well as its harmonious relations  with this company.  We trust tbat you will consider  this a satisfactory reply to your  communication and refrain from  any action, the effect -of which,  must impose unnecessary hardship tin others who are not connected with you.  Yours verv truly,  J. E. McAllister,  'General Manager.  1  i  Greenwood. C C, June 23.  To the Memh _rfi Greenwood Miners' Union, No. 22, Western  Federation of Miners, Greenwood, B. C.  Dear Sirs���Your letter of the  21st. received and its contents  noted with regret, for while you  state that you bave adopted the  report of your representative on  the conciliation board, the spirit  of fairness mentioned at the  close of tbe report appears to be  quite absent from your communication.  As you have probably heard, it  was our intention to be governed  by the report of the chairman of  the conciliation board which sat  in Greenwood early in May, in so  far as the proper carrying on of  our business would allow, this  affording, in our opinion, a ready  solution of any difficulties existing between your organization  and this company.  So long as your otganization  is conducted upon the lines indi  cated in the chairman's report,  there can be no objection to our  receiving a committee of your organization, the members of  which are conversant with conditions, to intercede for one of  your members who may allege  that he has been unjustly discharged, provided the individual  has been unable to adjust the  matter with the superintendent  personally before referring it to  your organization.  The chairman's report states  that vou did not substantiate  your charges of discrimination,  . Greenwood, B. C . June 24.  Mr. J. E. McAllister, Manager B.  C. Conner Co., Anaconda, B. C.  Dear Sir���I am in receipt of  ���your communication of June 23,  to the members of Greenwood  Miners' union.  I note what yon say about a  spirit of fairness and that the  chairman of tbe board's report  states that we did not substantiate our charges of discrimination, but the members are not  overlooking- the fact that Judge  Wilson left Greenwood on tbe  same train as your representative.  And when we consider that Mr.  Cronyn was your guest while in  Greenwood and the opinions expressed in his report must naturally be your opinions, we fail to  see any spirit of fairness as far  as this organization is concerned.  We are willing to acknowledge  that you are tbe representative  of the B. C. Copper company, but  we also expect that you shall  recognize Greenwood Miners'  union as representing your employees and until such time as  you recognize this organization  as representing your employees I  fail to see any possibility of our  arriving at a settlement.  I wish to repeat to you what I  have told you before, that Greenwood Miners' union is not looking for trouble and 1 will delav  taking any action until 7 p. m..  June 25, and j will expect by  that time that you will let me  know if vou are willing to submit a "wage scale for your employees" to Greenwood Miners'  union; also if you are willing to  meet a committee from Greenwood Miners' union to adjust our  trrifvnnres.  I believe Mint. I ran sny for tbe  membeis of Greenwood Miners'  union that they did not. hear the  report that it was vur intention  to be governed bv the report of  the chairman of the conciliation  and investigation board. Yours  very truly.  (Signed) Geokc;icHkathkkton  Sec. Greenwood Miners' Union  PLAN FOR  INTERSTATE.  In view of the fact that every  effort will be made to insure tbe  greatest mineral exhibit at the  Spokane Interstate fair this fall  that has ever been displayed there,  it is not too C3r1y to call the  attention of the people in tbis  locality to tbe opportunity there  offered. Below is given the mineral prize list and it cannot be  too strong! v urged that the Boundary should be represented under  as many heads as possible. The  American Institute of Mining  Engineers will hold their meeting  at Spokane during the week following the, fair and arrangements  bave been made to have the mineral exhibit on display during  tbat time, for the inspection of  the engineers who will attend  tbe meeting. It is hoped that  arrangements can be made to  have the Western Branch of the  Canadian Mining institute participate in the sessions and entertainment of the visitors, and, if  this can be arranged, no better  opportunity couid be afforded to  present our mineral resources before the engineers of the continent.  Every camp in the Pacific  Northwest has been  invited   to  The Secretary. Greenwood Miners' Union. Western Federation of Miners, Greenwood,  B.C.  Dear Sir���Your communication  of the 24th. inst. has been received. Apparently you have  misunderstood our letter of the  23rd, although it appears to us  quite clear and I trust the members of your organization understand its purport.  At your request the department  of labor at Ottawa granted a  conciliation and investigation  board and you have its findings.  We have expressed to vour members our willingness to act along  the lines of the report of the independent member of that board,  a county court judge, who was  appointed by the honorable minister of labor and there is no  mention in cur letter of this company's representative. In. closing this correspondence, we can  only say that we have nothing  further to add to our letter of the  23rd. inst.  .Yours very truly,  J. E, McAllister,  General Manager.  and, as will be noted, unusuallv  liberal prizes have been offered.  Freight charges will be paid on  all exhibits sent the fair which  are left in the permanent mineral  exhibit. The classes of awards  follow:  CLASS 1���OKE EXHIBITS.  The following: awards will be made  in this class:  1. Sweepstakes���Handsome silver  trophy cup valued at $150 for the best  district display.  2. Coal Trophy���Beautiful silver  cup valued at $75 for the best display  of coal with accompanying data.  3. District Prize Trophy���A silver  cup valued at $50 will be awarded to  the best district exhibit in each state  and province where three or more  districts compete.  4. Individual Mine Prize���A silver  medal valued at $20 will be awarded  to the best exhibit from a mine in any  district from which ten or more exhibits are shown.  Quality, variety, arrangement, description, maps, photos, models, reports, smelter or mill receipts all considered in making awards.  Diplomas will be awarded to exhibits of special merit not receiving any  of the above prizes.  CLASS 2���"CLASSiFIED EXHIBITS.  5. For the best collection of 50 or  more specimens of properly named  minerals of cabinet size, from localities tributary to Spokane, showing  name and locality, a cash prize of $25.  6. For the best collection of 25 or  more rock specimens, sizes about  three or four inches square, showing  name and locality, a cash prize of ��10.  7. For the best collection of well  preserved fossils from tributary country, ten or more varieties, a cash prize  of 55.  All exhibits in competition in this  class to become the property of the  Spokane college.  CLASS   3��� MISCEM.ANEOl'S.  For the best cabinet display  made by owner, a silver cup  valued at $25 U0  For best display of clay and its  products, a silver trophy cup  valued at     25 00  For best relief .iap of any  mining district or camp, a  cash prize of.  25 00  For the best mine map showing underground workings,  etc., a cash  prize of   10 00  For the best geographic map of  a mining district or camp, a  cash prize  of      5 00  For the best geological map of  a mining camp or district, a  cash prize of.     6 00  For the best group of one dozen or more mine photographs, surface and underground, a cash prize -of 5 <J0  SHIPMENTS FROM  THE SALLY  Among the many properties  of which the Bound try country  may well be proud is the Sally  mine on Wallace Mountain. This  mine has been shipping since 1904,  has sent out 31 cars of ore, and  has made a record of an average  net return of approximately $116  per ton. In addition to ihis,  thousands of tons of second-grade  ore have been accumulated, waiting for the time when better  transportation facilities may  make its shipping profitable. Below is a rpcord of the total shipments made from the Sallv, with  their weight and the date of shipment, where it has been possible  to secure these data, also the net  smelter returns. It may be noted  that some of the later shipments  carried a percentage of second  grade ore, which accounts for the  fact that the proportionate returns were smaller.  Datt Orosi Weiprlit      Ni't Returns  Feb. 1. 1904 43,900 $1,876 71  No. 2. 1905 ������  2,318 98  No. 3    1,453 70  Feb. 7 43.220  2.376 48  March 16 43,540  2.378 48  June 29 41,740  3.841 22  July 20 43,900  3,146 68  Aug   17 46.860  3,312 88  Oct. 22 42.160  1,802 68  ,.     , Nov. 24 37.000  1,499 66  participate in  the   ore   display,- -Jan 19  m6 40880  1,3-247  Feb. 5 41,440  1.607 47  July 6 45,760  3,318 92  . 3.997 99  . 2,371 25  . 2,664 54  . 2.258 37  . 1.573 51  2,095 20  . 2.184 90  No. 14     No. 15       Feb. 14.1907 43.020   March 19 40,740   May 24 -M.360   Oct. 7     Nov. 28 36.424   Feb  13. 1908 44.051  1.917 68  Feb. 28 40,937  2,359 85  March 23 45,471  2,030 61  Ju'y 7..: 38,352  2.501 90  Aug. 24 43,084  3.454 24  Nov. 25  39,383  1,176 22  Jan. 4, 1909 40,270      923 79  Feb. 14 38,922  2.356 SO  March 23 40,14-"  3,600 13  May 3 31,295      841 40  May 30 45,635  1.293 90  CLOSING EXERCISES  GREENWOOD SCHOOL  ANNUAL REPORT OF  MINISTER OF MINES  An exceptionally good map of  British Columbia accompanies  each copy of the Annual Report  of the Minister ot Mines for the  year ending December 31st. 1909,  which has jnst been published by  the government at Victoria.  The illustrations are as usual ot  the newer settled sections of  British Columbia and are of particular interest tbis year as they  cover some of the country  through which tbe Canadian  Northern passes. Oueen Charlotte Island and other large island areas come in for special  attention It is needless to state  that the report embodies the entire province. The report of  Gold Commissioner W. G. Mc  Mynn for the Greenwood Mining  Division, shows tbe progress of  mining in tbe Boundary district  to be very marked. An increase  in the annual copper production  each vear is surely a good criterion of tbe mineral wealth of a  district:  1904 22.0t',6,000 lbs. copper  1905 27.670.000   "  190C. 32,227,000   "  1097 31.521.000   "  1908  40,178,000   "  An idea of tde quantity of copper produced by the leading companies operating in the Boundary  district is obtainable from tbe  following figures, showing,  aproximately, the tonnage of ore  mined and smelted last vear:  Tons  Granby Con. M   S  & P Co ...,.1,028.74 *  Dominion   Copper Co      22.33')  Con   Min   & Sm'lt Co. of Can      49.036  B   C   Copper Co    343.61'"  Total 1.44-S.733  NEW MINING  COMPANY FORMED  The Greenwood school closed fur the  summer on June 30ih with the usual  exercises and drills. A short musical  program was given by the pupil", and  the teachers were presented with b��au-  tiful gifts by their respective clashes  Manv parents and friends of the children were in attendance. Th�� follow  is the school report for the month of  June:  Division I ���J. L. Watson.  Pupils   actually   attending       1*  Average daily attendance   10 80  Percentage of regularity  72 60  Pupils present every session:  Mildred Hancock,Charles McArthur.  Hazel Redpath, Gordon Smith.  Division II.���J. I. McKenzie.  Pupils  actually'attending-    27  Average daily attendance   25 IM  Percentage of regularity  93  Pupils present every session:  Lena Archibald, Joy Cum mi tig",  Georgie Hales, Matidie Kalis. Judith  Jjhnson, Eileen Jakes, Anna Mch'eti  tie, Donald McAlister, Grace Kedpath,  Sutherland Smith, Robert Sinilh, Lucille Bniilh, Dick Taylor. Jack Wilson  Division III.���C. 15   Stevenson.  Pupils actually attending. 27  Averagedaily attendance. 25 4;S  Percentage of regularity        94.2<i  Pupils present every session:  Ernest Archibald. Jack Rules. Waldo  Jordon, Francis Jordon, Harold McKenzie, John McArthur. Ceceli.i Mcintosh, Ha.ll Mclntyre, Vera Kedpath,  Muriel Redpath, Rubv Smith, Tom  Taylor, Annie Thomas.  The Education Department grants  yearly to each division of the* public  school three rolls of honor to lie given  to the pupils holding the first rank in  (1) proficiency, (2) regularity and  punctuality, (3) deportment.  The wi inrrs in the above rolls of  honor in the respective divisions are  a.s follows:  division I  Proficiency���To be given to the pupil passing highest on thc recent high  school entrance examination.  Regularity and punctuality H.-j-cl  Redpath.  division ii.  Proficiency���Eileen Jakes.  Regularity and Punctuality���Jack  Wilson.  Deportment--Anna McKenzie.  division hi.  Proficiency- Josephine McKee.  The Le Roi mineral claim, on  Rock creek, is to be developed, the  organization of a company for that  purpose having just been completed.  The claim is owned by James Copeland, who for the past score of years  has been drawing his money (rom his  bank in the -.-ravels of the South Fork  of Rock creek. By Mr. Copeland it  was bonded to a syndicate of Phoenix  men, who have done quite a little development work and who are now organizing in order to carry this work  further.  '1 he showing on the I.e Roi is a  stron*/ one, the lead extending some  seventeen hundred feet, and being at  least ninety feet in width on the surface, as has been proven by cross-  cutting. Two shafts, each to a depth  of sixty-rise teet and all in ore, have  been sunk seven hundred feet apa;t.  The ore is rem irkable for its Huxing  oiialities, an average sample running  47 per cent, in iron and JO per cent,  in sulphur, while carrying close to  2'.* per cent, in copper and values iu  tfold and silver. It is probable that a  still better showing will be made when  more work is done, as the samples  taken thus far are close to the foot  wall.  I he new company is called the  Copeland Mininir and Development  Companv, Limited, Non-Personal  Liability. The capital is $250,OUU  in one dollar shares- and the incorporators arc Dan Patterson, Walter  Ross, Anson A White, Walter Cook  and Gilbert Kay, all of Phoenix.  Kverything points to the success of  their venture, as the showing, on the  I.e Roi is certainly extraordinary.  MEETING OF  CirY COUNCIL  Regularity and Punctuality    Francis  Nothing  previously  shown   at the|J��rd*n  fair will be allowed to compete. j    Deportment-Evelyn iphnson.  Where there is no competition the,  jury will exercise   its  judgment  as to  awarding prizes.  The town of Chesaw is holding  a celebration on the 4th.  There were present at the meeting  of thc city council on Monday night  Mayor Hunting and Aldermen Dixon,  Johnson and Buckless. The minutes  of the last meeting were read and  adopted. The report of the grand  jury was filed. The expense account  for the Anaconda fire of last month  was referred to Government Agent  McMynn, the tire having been outside  thc city limits. By-law No. 6, covering tho matter of the temporary  loan, was finally passed. All committees reported progress and adjournment followed. THE   BOUNDARY    CREEK  TIMES  Cr**  CF*  CF*  CF*  *=S  CF*  CF*  CF*  <^**  CF*\  Sn<!  CF*  CF*  CF*  </****  *=f  CF*  cr***  0~  Cr**  3  ..Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid np, $14,400,000.        Rest..." $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President :   Loud Stkatbcoka and Mount Ikoyal, G. C M. G.  President:    SIR Gbokob A. Dkummond,K.C M. G.  Vice-President and General Manaifer -    **---**   ��=    <->-.  Sik E. S. Cix>ostoh. Bakt  Branches in Loudon, Eng. \ ��HJh^IsS. \ New York, Chicagc  Buy  and bell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Traveller's1 Credits, available in anv partjof tbe world.  SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  ...  i3  1  8  %mmmximimiwmmiiiiimmiism  THE BANK OF  1909  North America  Have You a  Bank Account?  73 Years In Business. Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000,  The money is safer  in the Bank than in  your house or pocket.  A   Checking  Account provides a safe and convenient way of  paying  3-our  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 Branctw/H. F. STOW, Manager.  ing tbe future but doubtfully, he  is likely to take the next train out  of town and ciarry anything but  ^ j good reports with him. And the  reputation of a mining camp is  more readily injured than that of  an actress. But, luckily, along  comes our optimist, and the interest of tbe visitor can not but be  awakened.  It's the atmosphere that helps,  not merely with those from outside, but among ourselves here at  home. Unless we can dream  greatly we shall not accomplish  much, and surrouudiugs of gloom  and t>. rebodiag will be productive neither of dream-s or of good  work. The optimist is a direct  help, even when we smile at him  Let us at once elect him president  of our Boosters' Club,  RESIGNATION OF  ROAD SUPT  Joe Wilmsburst, superintendent of roads for Greenwood electoral district, has sent in hiri resignation, and will leave for tbe  coast about August 1st. Mr.  Wilmshurst has done excellent,  service during bis t> nure of office  and has left bis mark on Ibe roads  of the district. Old ways have  been made uew and new roads  built, aud well built, to new camps  WORK ON TIP  TOP AND BAY  A twenty horsepower motor has  boen installed at the Tip Top  mine, situated half a mile from  town; The compauy owning the  Tip Too, Bay and other claims  on the hill overlooking Greenwood  to the east, intend lo develope the  Tip Top by tunnel and are preparing to sink on the Bay. Considerable work bas already been  done ou   these   properties.    Tbe  Do You Fed ISiis Way?  and farming sections.    In all his'former has  an  extensive  copper  Jl  work Mr. Wilmsburst has been  most conscientious and painstaking. In a country where good  highways are a necessity to safe  and speedy travel, tbe people of  Greenwood and the district  bave  showin-j-'and good gold values  and haB been operated by local  people since its location by J. C.  Haas, M.E., an old-timer, in 18-��4,  The Bay is noted for its free gold  ore.    These properties will, with  Do you feel all tired out? \h> you sonic* mes  think you just can't work a>v iy a*, your protes-  sion or trade any longer P Do ,yoi-. nave a poor ape-  tite, and lay awake at nights umtiv.t. *:o sleep P Are.  your nerves all gone, and your stoma -a too P Has ambition to forge ahead in the world iefc you P If so, you  might as well put a stop to your misery. Yov. can do i-: if  you will. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery wiil  .make you a different individual. It .wi' ?e* your lazy iver  to work. It will set things right in >;ur stomach, und  your appetite will come back. It wiK nurify your blood.  If there is any tendency in your family toward consumption,  it will keep that dread destroyer away, liven of rer consumption has almost gained a foothotd '.n the form ot a  bronchitis, or bleeding at the lungs, i. will bring about a  cure iu .98 per cent, of all cases. It is a remedy prepared oy i)r. It, V. Pierce,  ot Buffalo, N. Y., whose advice is given free to all wno w:sn 10 write him. His  great success has uome from his wide experience ana varied  -iaj.i*i;.  lion't be wheedled by a penny-grabbing dealer into saiclng iinerior substi-  tutoi for Oi-. Pierce's medicines, recommended to be "\.: as good/' - Or.  l-ic.-ce's medicines nre ok known composition. Their eve y 'nrfttulen pr'r. -d  <..���   (licit  wrupp-j't,.     Made   from   roots without  alcohol. lUu'.n  <^ ;,��..:���  l.ti.u.rij- druy>      SVoild's Dispensary Medical Association. U.-a-i.o, N. 1.  lingering cough,  IN CENTRAL CAMP  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptbuc  Cable Address:       " Haiabtt."  (���������Uord WNeUl't  Codbs < Mme'ijtf * Neal'K  I L��*ber's  Qhmwooo, B.O'  been m >st forlunate, during the j development, be worth? additions  past six year*-', in the care taken | to ihe list of big grade mines in  of all loads in the vicinity.  the neighborhood of Greenwood  ROCK CREEK NEWS  N. ft. V. G.  H. J. S A UN DICKS, Kw. Sec  Cb��  Boundary Creek Times  Usued every Tridav  SrKS'.'KIi'TIONS IN  ADVANCE.  fKii n..��   "soo  Sib Mouths   To Fokbiqk Cot-if-miBg   1 25  2 50  .LABEL''  e%7���  danger of   attracting   attention  by the medium of another  sense,  Admittedly we are pretty busy,  and some of these minor  matters  escape us.  But down East, where  they   are  also  busy  most of the  time,   it has  been found a good  business policy to spend time and  boundahv VAU.CY  LeDGE money*to make the cities attract-  -^r-                   No. 38.1. O.O. P. J  Meets  every   Tuesday   Eveoini- at 8 00 in the ive,  both as regards   the    individ-  1. ��. O. F. Hall.    A  cordial Invi tatlon la oz &  tended to all -iojonrning bretbern. ual propert*es atu*  i��� lhe develop-  D. A. MACDONAI,I>                           A.LOGAN. '        r  ment of a comprehensive scheme  of civic beauty. Here we can  hardly go into the matter on a  large scale at present, but the day  is coming when that, too, will be  possible. In thc meantime we  can blame what has been done on  tbe Chinaman, and see to it that  a change is worked, at least on  our own premises. This, as well  as the imputation of responsibility, is a little hard on. the Chinaman, but he will have no opportunity to express himself, unless,  as we have sometimes thought,  his laundry bills offer an unsuspected medium.  FRIDAY, JULY 2,1909  REGARDING THE BACK  YARD  THE OPTIMIST  The new C. P. R. spur to Central Camp   is proceeding  slowh  owing to the rough nature of the  country to be traversed.    A bridge  200 feet long and   150  feet  high  will be one  the  features of  the  new branch   line.    Frank Gome,  one of  the original   locators  of  the City   of   London   group   of  claims in Central Camp, and, the  owner at   the   present   time   of  several properties there is  about  to resume  work  on the City of  London, long idle  for   want   of  transportation    facilities.     This  property   has    an    exceptionally  line surface showing   of   quart:;,  carrying gold and   silver  values.  There are  several other   private  claims owners awaiting the completion of this  railroad  to  work  their   properties,     and    Central  Camp will undoubtly be a  large  shipper in the course of  a short  time; especially as the B. C. Copper Co. and the Granby Co. are  largely interested in this locality,  the former owning  the  Wahmg-  ton and Lone Star mine and  the  latter owning the Oity  of Paris  and the Majestic groups of  well  developed mineral claims.  Tenders are being c-illi*d for  for poles and setting, by the.Kettle River Telephone L:nes company. Tbe board of man-agement  consists of Jim McMynn, D. R.  Tait and Sam Larsen. The B.  C. Telephone company will supply  all the wire and instruments.  Wm Johnson was a visitor to  Greenwood last week and has discovered just how many hogs it  takes to make a carpet.  Bartlngraham is erecling a  new house on bis ranch.  Sam Larsen paid a visit to  Greenwood this week.  Capt. Davidson and his sister,  Miss Davidsor, accompanied by  J. VV. Brew, arrived from Vernon  tbis week. They drove over from  Penticton and will visit the property of the Kettle River-Valley  Irrigation company, in which  Capt. Davidson is interested.  Copper  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, Miueralolgy,  Mining-, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines in Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  eic.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  AT THE CHURCHES  PRK8BYTBKIAN���Services will be con^  ducted morning and evening,   11   a.m.  and 7.30 p.m.  Rev. M. D. McKee, Pas-j  tor.  r  MBTHODIST���Rev. F. J. Rttthorfo-rdl  B.A., will conduct set vises as usual at*  Methodist Church morning and evening;  Services every Sunday,'morning and  Suuday School at 3.  Notice's liert-by pi veil that I intend toapply  .nthe Superiiitendi-nt of Provincial Police for  a t 'ins er from me io Frank Bell of Anaconda,  lt. C, of the Hotel Licence now held by rae in  respect of lhe "Vendoine Hotel", situated on  Lot 8, Block 5, Map 24, in the.Town of Anacorda  in the District of Yale.  Dated at Anacond-  15. C. April l��th, 1'IOT.  .1. W. O'Brien, Licencee.  We regret to state that Greenwood appears to believe in tbe  old adage, "It isn't Sunday in  tbe back yard." Tbe expression  indicated tbat thiugs were considered permissible if tbey were  done out of tiigbt uf tbe neighbors, or if not so considered still  one might allow himself more license in the t.ecHi'.bm of the high  board fence iu tlie rear of bis  properly than he would dare indulge iu on tbe front lawn. Now,  so far a-* conduct goes, Greenwood  is honest, doing what, she wishes  to do in Lhe sight of all men, hut  still a sharp distinction is generally drawn here between the front  of the prem i-"es and the rear.  Unfortunately it is one of the  characteristic-- of the Oriental to  rleligbt in depositing rubbish at  any point where it is more or less  conceal-, d. preferably somewhere  along tbe back yard fence, if there  is one. Of course it must be due  to this habit that it now becomes  necessary to delicately draw attention to the fact that there is  room for improvement, antl that  this improvement should take  place before thc advent of hot  weather. This is irnma hygienic  standpoint and is most important,  but the appearance of thc premises is also to be considered. Property owners in this city who care  for the front of their grounds and  buildings, leaving thc rest tc become a dumping ground, or, a  best, to be entirely neglected,  might be likened to the ostrich,  which is satisfied to conceal his  head. The back yards of Greenwood ar�� nearly all exposed to  view and  are,   some  of them, in  FATHER PAT  The most valuable citizen iu a  community, particularly a community that has its future still  before it, is the optimist. Tbe  pessimist may secure a reputation  for conservatism and his opinion  may be sought by manv, but it  takes an optimist to make a good  booster. And his greatest opportunities are certainly to be found  iu a miuing camp. He would not  shine as a mining engineer, unless one had properties for sale,  but be does more thau bis share  in advertising bis town, in generally advancing loral interests,  and in always maintaining ;i  cheerlul countenance.  This last is by no means to be  despised. The Bible mentions  the tact that oil " giveth a man a  cheerful countenance." We have  never seen it tried, but it is certain that there are some men  known to us all whose faces could  not be made to radiate by the ap  plication of the entire future  product of the Canada Western  Oil company���(advt.) Let two  of these fellows get an unfortunate between them and, unless  tbe optimist comes along inside  the hour, it is probable that there  will be another trunk packed.  Bul it in with the visitor that  thc optimist does his best work.  Tbis is not a case of thc stranger  being taken in either. We, all of  us, know that the possibilities of  Greenwood can not be overstated,  but the investigator and possible  investor is apt to be a man of  anything but a confiding nature.  He holds fast to his motto of believing nothing he hears and only  half of what he sees, hence it he  meets the fellow who  is forecast-  A most interesting book to  those who remember the early  days of Rossland and the Boundary country, by Mrs. Jerome Mer-  cier, has lately been published by  Minchin & Gibbs, Gloucester.  England���the life of the Rev.  Henry Irwin, B. A., better known  aB Father Pat. Few men have  left such a mark on a community  as did this good and kind clergyman. He was beloved by men  aud wi men'of all classes, and this  book should he in the hands of  all who knew and loved him. Tin-  preface by the bishop of the diocese, the Right Rev. John Dart,  D. D., is a worthy tribute to the  memory of the pioneer parson of  the pioneer mining district of  British Columbia. The book is  paper bound and illustrated with  views of the hero of the far west  and of the places in British" Columbia where he was best known.  Everybody  Agrees  that COD  LIVER OIL and IROM  are  beyond question tbe greatest medicines known. Then why does not  everybody fake Cod Livei 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 introduction of FERROL, in  which the Iron is scientifically combined with the Oil, rendering the Oil  palatable and the Iron digestible.  WhUe  If will astonish most of the  people to be told that the British  government in addition to being  a maker of laws is the greatest  tailor in the world. The army  clothing factory in Pimlico is the  biggest tailor's shop in England.  Last year Tommy Atkins' tailor's  bill amounted to ,��335.375. During thc Boer war thc clothing of  the army cost nearly ,��5,000,000.  Trousers are the most costly item  in the soldier's wardrobe, and for  their nether garments last year  the nation had to pay uo less a  sum than ^73,278. This recalls  the fact that it is less than ninety  years since the British army first  substituted trousers for the old-  fashioned knee breeches.  Pacific Hotel  Gkibg & Mohribon, Prop.  The Pacific is the  Headquarters  f< r Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam- heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole of the OU)  and is richer in oil than any other  emulfion, and while it contains just the  right quantity of the best form of Iron  ind Phosphorus, it is so scientifically  prepared that not one person in a thousand finds  any trouble in  taking  it,  and infants digest it without difficulty.  Moreover the well-established value of  ihe   Oil   and    Iron    is    immensely  enhanced by the process of manufacture, and as the formula is freely exposed it is not to be wondered at that  physicians    everywhere    have    fully  endorsed FERROL and used it largely  in their practice.    FERROL is invaluable for the treatment of any kind of  Lung or Bronchial troubles, while for  wasting diseases it has no equal, and  "You Know What  You Take"  The Bast Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  The Miner needs the book for the  facts it gives him ragardio Geology,  Mining, Copper Deposit - i Coppar  Mines,    .  The Copper Consumer needs the book  for every chapter it contains. It tells  what aad explains how and why.  The Investor in Copper Shares cannot afford to be without it. The Copper Handbook gives statistics and gen  aral information on one hand, witb  thousands of detailed mine descriptions on the oth��r, covering the oapper  mines of the entire world, aud the 40  pages of condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more than the price  of the book to each knd every owner of  copper mining shares.  Price : $5.00 in Buckram with gilt  top, or 37.SO in full library morooco.  Terms : The most liberal. Send no  money, but order the book seat y��u,  all carriage chatges prepaid, ������ one  week's approval, to be returned if un-  Batinf actorv, orpaid'for if it sttita. Can  you afford not te see the book aaa judge  for yourself of its value te yen ?  WRITS NOW to the editor and pub  lisher,'  HORACE J. STEVENS  Catholic���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, tttirdand  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and beoedl  tion at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bbdabs, O. M. I-  pastor.  Church of England (St. Jude's);  Every Sunday, Morning and eveningij  Matins, 11 a. m.- Evensong, 7 JO p. ml  Sunday school, 2.30 pm. Holy Orom-  mitnion, 1st and 3rd Sundays at'8 a.i  other Sundays   at   11 a. m.  Saints'   Day services as announc  in Ckuroh,  Rev. F Vernon Venables, Vicar.  ���fr********  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, B.C.  oooooooocoooooo<H>os>e��oooo  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, . Doors,  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc,   etc.  tSTlMATES FURNISHED-  B. C  4S3 SHELDO NBUILDING, HOUGH  TON, MICH., U.S.A.  PARENTS who wish  to secure  their daughter the benefits   of  solid and refined education will do we  to consider the advantages the Cor  vent School. Nelson, offers.  The Convent is large and   oomnic  ious and a large auniber  of  Beards  aan be accomodated.     The.. Bebeol  super-Mitea-ded and taught  by tbe Bit  teis, who   have   mash   ex-fMrUao*  training and eduoatlag ckildreau -  The coarse of study comprises Ckrl  ian Deetrine, Grammar,   6��ogTU|'  Arithmetic,   English  and    Caaa  History,   Stenography,   Bookkoopi  Typewriting, Drawing, Algebra, ~  mctry, Noodle work, V. cal and In;  maotal Music, Fraaick  and Hygiene;  Tor further particulars apply to���  | SitTXR SuPB-tiOB.ST. Joura'a Scac  NSI.IOH, *. C.  reofcr  Instrul  Ml &��&��&��<&��&��&��<&��^<&<&&��^^ &&&f5��Gi\  \^/7nb3��r H0TEL  McCLUNG and 600DEVE rro**rlct��rs.  I Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  j- Steam Heated.   Liffeto*   tkr-wtfhout   with alMtric lights.  J j First-class Bur.    Strictly op-to-i*t�� goofe.  If       FIRST CLASS am. OPW DAY AND NIMT  ANNUAL MEETING.  Next winter you can get ice for yourself, but now you must phone B51 for it.  THE Annual General meeting of  the Greenwood City Waterworks ^o  will be held in the Company's office at  Greenwood on Wednesday, the21st day  of July 1909, 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.  E. G. Warken, Secretary.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that thirty  days after date, 1, Frank Bell, of Anaconda, B.C, intend to apply to F. S,  Hussey, Esquire, Superintendent of  Provincial Police, for a renewal cf a  retail liquor licence for the Vendoine  Hotel in Anaconda, B.C.  Anaconda, B.C. FRANK BELL  May 10th, 1909.  I  PHONE  65  <^0OOO00O0OO00000000000<M��00  Hotel....  Ladvsmitli  Close to the Smelter.  I KM m HIS w  Electric  current   supplied   for  **������������������*�����*+��*+�� �����*��*����*��*��+*+*-��-��  .*  *  *  *  *���  *  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnisked  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous ]<**<]  service for operating.  : : :        i  Get Our Rates. We Can Save Yon Muey  + + ++ + + + *** + +mW* + *tt + + + *+++  FOR SALE  The Best Appointed Working men's Hotel in the City  Lighted     throughout    with    Ivleotricity.    Hot and  Man or woman.    My 6outh African', C,Oid liaths.  Veteran Bounty Land Certificate issued '���  by the Department of the Interior, Ot- '  tawa, good  for 320 acres of any Do-   ^h 6 finest Of BaPS Stocked  minion land open for entry in Alberta, j ...    .,       D     x ��t��  Saskatchewan or Manitoba.    Any per- i Willi tfie UeSt WinOS,  son over the age of 18 years, man or; LiQUOrS and Cigai*S  woman, can acquire thjs land with this j  certificate.   For immediate sale, $800. rDccunrAnn   t�� f<  Write or  wire L.  E. Telford, 1311 UliliJil-l W UUil, J3.C*.  Shuter street, Toronto, Ontario.     ��-4t  OLA LOFSTAD Proprietor  COMB TO THE)  Times  Otfid  FOR  YOUR THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  y Henderson's directory now  ���places Vancouver in the 100,000  class.  The Vancouver World says that  there are Judications tbat another  rate war will be on between tbe  Canadian and American coast  cities. __  The governor-general ann unices tbat Lord Charles Beresford  will pay a visit to Canada in September, for the opening of the  Toronto Exhibition.  Reports from Abyssinia state  that King Meuelik is dead. . Empress Taitu is in charge of tbe  government. Messages say his  death is kept secret until the  etnpreps can organize ft new regime, King Menelik was an enlightened monarch and a Christian.    ;    The fruit jobbers of the prairie  ^provinces are endeavoring to teach  'the fruitgrowers of B.  C.  a  les-  ,sf-j.n.    Four   carloads   of   berries  have been imported and  the jobbers are asked to secure these by  circulars sent out from the central  office,v   The intention is to  force  the B.  C.   growers to sell  their  berries early at the jobbers'  own  prices. -  Queen Victoria, of Spain, gave  .ybirth to a daughter on June 22.  The booming of 15 guns announced the birth of a girl to the  people and the rejoicing thereat  was great. According to reports  the pretender to the Spanish  throne. Don Carlos, who is now  lying in retirement at Vareso,  Italy, is suffering from cerebral  paralysis.         J. R. R. Secord, one of the best  known men in the county of Lincoln, died June 23rd after a short  illness. He was a great-grandson  of Laura Secord, the Canadian  heroine of the war of 1812, who,  at the risk of her life, tramped  miles through the bush to warn  tbe British troops of the approach  and attempted surprise of the  Americans under Colonel Boerst-  ler. The information led to the  surprise and utter rout of the invaders at the battle of Beaver  dams.    Tbe directors of the Le Roy  Roy Mining company announce  that they have made the necessary, arrangements for carrying  oh an extensive scheme of exploration and development at their  mines at Rossland. B. O. Work  will be started without delay, lt  will be remembered that the Le  Roi was inspected about three  months* ago by W. A. Carlyle,  one of its former managers, now  a consulting engineer with headquarters in London. Mr. Carlyle's  opinion, given after a thorough  examination, was that all that  was required to give Rossland's  oldest big mine a new lease of  vigorous life was the expenditure  of between $100,000 and $200,-  000 on development in directions  which he indicated. The character of the ore bodies, the history of the mine and the recent  development and discoveries in  the Centre Star and Le Roi No.  2, all alike preclude the idea that  the values were exhausted in the  mine that made Rossland.  strike for a distance of ten miles  is stndded with location monuments and posts, and there is not  a foot of vacant ground to be  had. A party of eighteen representative mining engineers of that  section was taken to the camp,  and on their return they declared  the showing to indicate probably  the richest surface gold deposit  in the world. A paper will be  published at once. Already the e  are several saloons and restaurants  in the camp. Town lots were put  on sale as soon as tbe .people began to arrive on the scene, and  the four lots on choicest corners  became the reward of those who  happened to be lucky with the  dice.  Once more the little inl mid of  St. Pierre, in tbe Gulf nf St.  Lawrence, belonging to France,  is in a state of acute discontent,  principally owing to the fact that  the French governmeut closed  the schools in which religion was  taught. Lying close to our own  island of New Foundland, this  island should belong to the Dominion, and Great Britain has  giveu so many small islands away  to other powers it is about time  she took isolated and neglected  chickens like St. Pierre under  her own wing.  Tay P. Graves, managing director of the Granby Consolidated, who has been laid up with  tvphoid fever for the past five  weeks, has recovered sufficiently  to take occasional drives. It will  probably be another fortnight before he is able to resume his usual  business activity.  THE ALBERTA  EXHIBITION  The dates for the Alberta Provincial exhibition at Calgary this  year are July 5th to 10th. Last  year tbe Dominion fair was held  at Calgary, aided by an extra  grant of ��50,000. so that this  year's fair would naturally be expected to -be much smaller, but  Irom present indications the l-)0)  exhibition will bo even bigger  and better than last year's. The  exhibition company is expending  $60,000 to make this possible.  Twenty-five thousand dollars will  be offered in prix.es, aud exhibitors  from all over Canada will compete. In the live stock department the horse exhibit will be an  important feature, and the array  of Clydesdales, Perchernns,  Shires and Belgians will be the  greatest ever seen at any of the  Canadian fairs. The cattle section will be strong, as will the  sheep, hogs and poultry. The attractions will be the equal of any  that appear at any of tbe large  exhibitions across the border.  Music will be provided by the  famous Navassar Ladies' band of  New York, as well as by the Calgary Citizens' band. The great  historical pageant will be the outstanding feature of the exhibition.  The pageant will illustrate the  development of Alberta from the  time the Indians roamed over the  prairies to the dresent day. This  parade will take place on the forenoon of the   opening  day,   July  5th: Indians will lead the procession, followed by missionaries,  fur traders, Northwest Mounted  Police and others in appropriate  costumes. Then will follow agricultural, live stock and other  parades, and finally an immense  automobile parade of fifty to  seventy-five autos. Moving pictures of tho pageant will be taken  and shown in all parts of the  world. Other important attractions at the big exhibition will  be good horse races, tbe C. W.  Parker shows, a sensational loop-  the-loop act and the Amciican  girl motor cyclist. Ru' e Shields,  the exhibition comedian, will be  the official announcer. He is supposed to have the strongest voice  in North America. Il.v.ird's  dogs and ponies will perforin  every afternoon and evening in  front of the grandstand.  Given line weather, the Alberta  I'rovincial exhibition ishould be a  grand success.  | Switzerland, Geneva in pat tic-  jular. is always associated with  clocks and watches, but it seems  tbat of recent years the industry  has suffered from foreign competition, the extent of which can be  seen from the fact that according  to a report recently issued bv the  Federal Government the best  watchmakers and clockmakers on  ���an average receive little more  than 30 francs a week, in place of  50 to 75 francs in days gone by.  The result is not a -matter for  small wonderment when one considers the success with which  watches and clock are fabricated  by the United States, Germany,  and even France.���London Globe.  aas  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICE.  ('rand View Fractional, Mineral Claim,-.ituate  in the Greemwood Mlnin-f Divliion of Yale  District. Where located: Lonr LakeCamp.  TAKE NOTICE tbatl. ISertha C Thomet,  Executrix of tlie Estate of the la to diaries  1.. Thomet, Free Miner's certificate No. B14269,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply  to the Miniti(- Recorder-for a Certificate of Improvement-!, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st dav of AUy,  A.T). l"XN.  HerthaC Thomet Executrix nf   the   Estate of  late Charles L. Tbomet.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Imorovemeots       j  NOTICE  "Alaska" an*."Buster" Mineral Claim*, situate  In the Grseuwood Mining Division of Y le  District. Where located: on Wallace Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that I.'lssac H.Uallett.aa  aifeut for Joseph 1'. Kelly, Kre�� Miner's  Certificate No. BM24I, and Kate T. McKenzie,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B2-..103, .nteiid. sixty days from data hereof, to apply to tbe Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements,  for tbe puroose of obtaining Crown Grams of  the above claims.  And   further  take   notice   that action/under  lection 37. must be commenced before the   issuance of such Certificate of Improvement*.  Dated this 1st dav of May, A.D.. 1W9.  I. H. HALLETT.  Pianos, sewing machines, stoves, etc.,   for   sale   or rent.    The  O.I.C., Second-hand man,    A. L  White. Phone 16.  Were You a Winner  Last Month?  Did you get fromyour sack of Roval Standard Flour a  coupon yvhich entitled you to a 109 piece china dinner set?  If you did not, keep your coupons���you may win next month.  The prizes will be given no matter when the lucky coupons  are returned. Do not forget that we are giving away 10  sets of dishes every month, and that every 49 lb. sack "contains a coupon. '   ",  Then. Royal Standard Flour is a different Hour--a better  tlour--a purer flour than you have heen accustomed to heretofore. Itis milled from the best selected wheat grown in  the Canadian West���watched and guarded through every  process, until it is the cleanest, sweetest, most wholesome  "our you lu.ve ever ustd.  Order a sack from your grocer to-day. It will be a delight to you.    Manufactured bv  VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN C0..LTD.,  Vancouver, B. C.  FOR SALE,  Por Sale���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 finisk clearing.  Half cash, balance on terms.  Apply to Times office, box 150.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  TIMES  Goldfield, Nevada, has been  almost depopulated by the rush of  gold seekers to the Salisbury  ���wash strike in the Ellendale district, where fabulous surface values are reported. Automobiles,  wagons, carriages, horses, and  burros jammed the road to the  new camp, and every wheeled  vehicle in town was pressed info  service.    The country about the  GREENWOOD THE HUB OF THE BOUNDARY.  Keep Both Eyes on Greenwood.  NORTH  NABOB   ~1  Tea  Coffee  Spices 1  and Extracts I  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  I  ira-a  THn@ BetwiHidl&iry's  P2��im����ir P<m]p��iro  Boundary  Creek times  i  SOUTH  The City of Greenwood is surrounded by Mining Camps, which have great bodies of low-  grade ore, and some of the rishest high-grade veins that have ever been   discovered.  Greenwood has big Smelters and proven mines, and a mineralized area of boundless  possibilities.  There is now a revival of mining in the Boundary Country, of which Greenwoood is the  Centre.  The day is near when as many thousands ol men will be employed in the Boundary mines  as there are hundreds now.  All that is required is more capital to work the wonderful deposits of mineral in the richly  favored Boundary.  For information, Address.  FRED'K. W, McLAINE, Secretary Greenwood Board of Trade.  is   the  Pioneer  Weekly  of the   Boundary  Creek-  Mining District.  mm^aaamamnWaaWammWaa^masmmaaaamaaaam^mm^mmmmaatama^)^.^m  *<J >���'",!���*���'���''-  ���*f The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  ���f The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its in t e rest s every  month.  *-f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting aud Giving can deliver the  goods.  SEE IF IT CAN'T. THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  ���'    ..1 'i.*--! f-  ^  ^  TOWN 10TICo  Call aud see the new shipment just  received.  A.L.WHITE  Furniture and Stove Han.  Phone 16  ���ir 4* -i-4*4,4��+4-*lr+4r+*ip+4,4-*i,4,*i*4,+  TO RENT  Fine 6-roomed modern house.  4-Roomed  Cottage.  Suite of Rooms in a Block.  One Furbished Room.  FOR SALE  City Lots at all prices.  Fine Ranch comprising 715  acres.  | Bealey Investment 4 Trust Co., Ltd.  ^ OPPOSITE THK POST OFFICE.  *  LAGER AND RORTER,  GINGER ALE, GINGER BEER,  ALL KINDS OR  ^ARoONATED DRINKS  f!  (��  J!  i!  ���!  5!  f!   -__  ;��   : :  .,  Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood   ;>  I  Phoenix Brewery f n    Successors to the   ]\  U   rnueniA Drewery ML, Elkhorn Brewery Co   <!  P/A/T BOTTLES FOR FAMILY  USE  ��?a����a��aa��-^^  <*?  CANADIAN  PAeiric  RAILWAY  RETURN  Excursion Rates  Fro  m  Greenwood  To  Seattle  $19.70  Tickets on sale daily, May  29th to Oct. 14th. Final return limit 15 days Corresponding lares from other  points.  TICKETS at  REDUCED RATES  will also be on sale on  June 2nd and 3rd,  July 2nd and 3rd,  August llth and 12th, to  Eastern Destinations  in Canada and the United  States, with choice of routes  and final return limit of Oct.  31st. For full particulars  applv to      J. E. Proctor,  " D.P.A., Calgary, Alta.  E. R Redpath, Agent,  Greenwood, B.C.  JF"  Soyiepsis of Canadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY availHble 'ominioii Lauds within the  Railway Belt in British Columbia, mt-y be  homestraded by any person who is the sole head  of a family, or any maleoTerlS years of age.  to the extent of one-quarter sectuin of 160 acres,  more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the loca  land office for the disrict in which the land is  Bitnate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made on certain conditions by the father,  mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, of an  intendin-r homesteader.  The homesteader is required to preform the  conditions connected there with under one of  the following plans;  11 At least Mx month--' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father Cor mother, if the father is de  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  in the viciuity of the land entered for, the re  quirements as to residence may be satisfied by  such person residing with the father or mother.  (3) If tbe settler has his  permanent  residence  pon farming land owi.ed by him in   the   vicin  ity of his homestead, the requirements as to res  ideace  may  be satisfied by residence upon the  said land.  Six months' n< tiie in w liii.-y >\ rulil 1#given  to tue Commissioner of Dominion Lauds at Ot  tawa of inteutiuii to appU foi p.n.-ni.  Coal.���Coal 1111111111- rightmiiHy lie leased for a  perlodof twenty-one yeatf at an  annual rental  of ll. pci acre.    Not   more than *,f(y)acres ahull  be leased to one individual or 1 niupany.    A rov-  allty at the r��teolfive ce.ils per  ton  shall   be  ollected on lhe inrivliaiital.lc coal mined.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy of the  Mini-ter of tha I nterior  N. B.���UaantborlBOd   publication of  this  ad  vartlaament will nut be ould (or.  Sidney Oliver, phone   B .M,  will supply your ice needs.  Corporation  of the  City  of  Greenwood.  NOTICE is hereby given that the  A����es*ment Roll of the year 1909 has  heen returned, and can be inspected  by any person havinf* an interest therein until the sitting- of the Court of Revision. The first sitting of the Couit  of Revision on thc said Assessment  Roll will be held in the Citv Hall,  tireenwood. on Tuesday, the 29th day  of June, 1909, at 10 o'clock a 111 Any  person desiring to make c. uipaint  against his or her assessment must give  notice in writing to the Assessor, stating the ground of his or her complaint  at lc&fttten days before the said dale.  Dated ��t Gre nwood. B C., May 20.1909.  <;.'B. Tayi.-.k. C MC.  Phone B-Sl if vou need ice.  R. K. S even left for the coast  nn Thursday.  W. T. Hunter is at the Alaska  Yukon Paci6c Exposition.  Dr. and Mrs. Spankie returned  I rum tbe coast on Monday.  B. de Wiele is in the real estate busiuess in Vancouver.  Work on the Diamond-Texas  will be resumed on Monday.  '** .   1*  Lome Campbell of Rossland  was a visitor to Greenwood  this  week.  Miss Dena McKenzie of Phoenix is visiting friends in Greenwood.  Mrs. M. D. McKee will not  receive till the first Monday in  October.  Robert Wood and Hugh Wood  returned to the Sally mine on  Wednesday.  Mrs. C. Y&t. Shaw entertained a  few friends at her house on Monday evening.  Born.���To Mr. and Mrs. Dan  McLaren, at Deadwood, June  26th., a boy.  Miss Gladys McCreath returned on Sunday from a shori  visit to the coast.  Tbe Greenwood-Phcenix tunnel  is in 160 leet. Only hand work  has so far been used.  The Presbyterian Sunday  School will meet at 10 a. m. during the summer months.  C. YE. Shaw has completed the  survey of a large section of land  on Anarchist Mountain.  Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Belt have  gone to the Seattle Fair and will  be away about two weeks.  R E. Raven returned this week  from an extended tour to the  mines around camp McKinney.  Yesterday was the Dominion  of Canada's 42nd. birthday.  Many happy returns of the day.  The ladies of the Presbyterian  church will meet at the house of  Mrs. J. D. Spence on Tuesday  next.  Miss M. Watson and Miss  Brown leffc on Friday for tbeir  homes in Ontario for the summer  holidays.  Herbert Sadler, piano tuner  from Grand Forks, is making  Greenwood his headquarters for  a short time.  F. W. McLaine returned from  the coast this week. Mrs. Mc  Laine is visiting with friends  near Seattle.  A  Grand  Carnival  of   Sports  i and  Speeches is advertised    for  Saturday,   Sunday  and   Mondav  at Republic, Wash.  Frederick Keffer, of the B. C.  Copper company, paid a visit  this week to the mines in the  vicinity of Nelson.  The Argo tunnel is in 125 feet.  The rate of progress will be  s-reatly accelerated when the  machinery is on the ground.  Frank Rickards, who has been  working at Phoenix in the Granby  mine, returned to Greenwood this  week.    He has been very ill.  Greenwood and Phoenix baseball Juniors met at the towu hall  grounds oil Saturday, last, tin*  home team being victorious by  22 to 12.  Miss Alice McMynn and Miss  Berta Shaw returned home on  Sunday from All Hallows School  at Yale, B. C. for the summer  holidays.  Mrs. Thomas Wake, who has  bad charge of the Sally mine  boarding house, has returned to  her home at Boundary Falls on  account of ill-health,  A new wagon road is under  construction from the Bruce  mine to the C. P. R. station at  Midway to facilitate the handling of the Bruce mine ore.  J H. Methot. customs officer at  Myncaster. was a visitor to town  this  week.     Mrs.   Methot,   who  has been.senously ill   at  Ottawa hp  for some time past, is better  and  will join   her  husband   at  Myncaster in July.  Rev. F. J. Rutherford left on  Wednesday for Creston, B. C.  where he will take charge. Rev  Ralph 'W. Hibbard of Phoenix  will be in charge of the Greenwood Methodist Church.  Wm. McLeod, from Prince Edwards Island, who is visiting his  brother J. P. IvicLend. will return  home this week, leaving his son to  attend the local school and benefit by the change of climate.  Tbe Sacrement of the Lord's  Supper will be dispensed at the  Presbyterian church next Sabbath at the close of the morning  service. Preparatory service  will be held on Friday evening  at 8 p. tn.  The Presbyterian Sunday  School picnic will be held or  Thursday afternoon luly 8'.h. at  grove  OBITUARY  On Saturday, June 26th., at the  Sacred Heart Hospital, the death  occured of Grace L. Broomfield,  the wife of Alexander D. Broom-  field of Westbridge, age 24 years.  Mrs. Broomfield died from the effect of shock after undergoing  a serious operation. The news of  her death will be received with  much sorrow by all who knew  her. Tbe funeral services took  place at the Presbyterian church  under the auspices of Boundary  Valley L due 38 I. O. O. F. and  Greenwood Eagle Aerie 308 F. O.  E., and was largely attended by  friends and acquaintances of the  deceased.  ���-,.��   ���*,.    ������������/:ftra^*-^afe��a-..----_��A....^JU^^  the C. P. R. grove behind the  statiou. All parents and friends  are invited. Come and bring  your baskets.  The members of ihe Greenwood Club held a reception on  Wednesday evening antl presented Mr. R. K. Steven with a  handsome suitcase and a silk umbrella on the occasion of his departure for Vancouver.  Much regret is expressed by  the parents of scholars a-d the  scholars themselves in Miss  Stevenson's class at the local  school at the new- of her resignation. Miss Stevenson left f< r her  home at Chillawack on Thurs.  day. No new appointment will  be made until the return of one  of the school trustees who is at  the coast.  The Mayor and Mrs. Bunting  left for the coast this week. Mr.  Bunting will return in two weeks  while Mrs  for the  summer.  Bunting  will remain  ing, who is articled to a  Archie   Bunt-  firm  of  architects at Vancouver, and  Miss Ollie Bunting, who is studying at St. Ann's academy, Victoria, will join their parents for  the holidays.  The election ol officers uf the  Knights of the Ho'y Grail Club  took place on Tuesday evening.  The following are the officers lor  the ensuing year: William  Bryant, Esquire of the Purse;  Worthiugton Fair, Esquire; Russell Hunter, Esquire Commander;  Fred Jaynes, Herald; R. McCutcheon, Prelate, Robt. Murray,  Page; Gordon Smith, Vice-Corn  mauder; George Redpath, Esquire ff the Scroll; Rev. M, D  McKee, Merlin.  COUNTY COURT  IN SESSION  Judge J. R. Brown held court on  Tuesday, 29th, at the court house.  There were but two cases on the  docket, being cases adjourned from  the last court In the first case, the  Calgary Brewing Co., of Calgary,  Alta., vs. A. Maslonka, Midway,  verdict was given for the plaintiff, a  judgment for $718.75 and costs. Mr.  J. D. Spence conducted the case for  the plaintiff and J. P. McLeod for  the defendant. In the second case,  Frank Gome vs. Craigie, of Anaconda, B. O , verdict was given for  the plaintiff.  COURT OF REVISION  The annual Greenwood Court  of Revision was held at the City  flail on Tuesday morning, Mayor  Bunting, F. C. Buckless and  S. B. Dickson constituting the  Board. There were a few dissenters, the Board, however, sustained   the   assessment   roll   as  drawn   up   by   Assessor   G.    B.  Taylor.  METALS.  New York, June 29���Silver,  52; Electrolytic copper, 13 to  13! a.  London, June 29���Silver 23J-6 ;  lead, ��U.  June 29 -Closing quotations on  'he New York curb and  Spokane  exchange:  Bid    Asked  B. C, Copper    7.25   7.27#  Granby        99.00 103.00  Dominion Copper    .04 .08  GENUINE  "BALL" FRUIT  MASON'S PATENT  Pints  $1.15 per dozen  Quarts.  1.50 per dozen  Half gallons.      1.75 per dozen  ALL SIZES IN STOCK  The Hunter-Kendrick; Co. Ltd.  !  "Vs'-V  Palace Livery Stables  Lieutenant Governor Dunsmuir  has asked to be relieved of the  '���luties of his office. He has written the Governor-General-in-  Council to this effect, but bas consented to remain in office until a  successor can be found. His term  of five vears has another vear yet  to run, but he has wished for  some time to relinquish the position, in order to devote his time  mire fully to his private affairs.  CELEBRATION AT REPUBLIC. WASH.  July 3rd. 4th and Sth.  The committee has made arrangements witti the Great Northern Rai'-  wav for a special train to leave Phoe  nix at 7:15 a. m. Sunday, the 4th, for  Republic, returning leave Republic at  11:30 p. m. same day, thus giving vis  itors time to witness the sports during  the day, which consists ot baseball  iii-itches, etc., and the athletic sports  at the opera house in the evening.   .  ���Ire equally suitable for refrigerators  or ice creain.    Phone 1351.  FOR SALE  Household Effects  and Furniture ....  Apply Dr. Oppenheimer's  residence,    between   11-2.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ���'Wonderful" Mineral Claim, .situate ln the  Greenwrod Mining Division oi Yale District.  Where located-.��� South feast of Boundary  Falls neartlie G irnet.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Mark Christensen  Free Miners' Certificate No. B14482,in-  lend, six.y days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining- Recorder for a Cettificae of Improvements, for tbe purpose ot obtaining a  Crown Oraat of the above claim.  Ail further lake notice that action, under  sec inn .57, mubt be commenced before the  is-u.inceuf such Ceitiflca e of Improvements.  D  ted this nth day of May, A.D. 1909  .:*������*���-*  DRAYING���Wc Can Move Anything  i  F. C.  BUCKLESS      PR C IF )110R~     ���������---'  THE CANADIAN BAN]  OF COMMERCE  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  ESTABLISHED 1867  Paid-up Capital, $10,00000(  Reserve Fund, -   6.000,00(  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSU6C AT THE  FOLLOWNCi RATES: .;.<���  $5 and under     3 cent8  Over $5 and not exceeding $10        6 cents  f'�� .    I,' " $30   ...... 10 cents  *30       " " $50     15 cents    .  1 -v J'!"6 ,?rd��rS. '"'e P">;abIe *** P��r at cve>-y office of a Chartered Bank in Canada  (��. xeept in tl.e Yukon) anil ;u lhe principal hanking- poir.ts in the United States. The*.!  are negotiable at $4.90 to the �� sterling in Gre:-,- Britain and Ireland.   '      ^ 3  �����A J.hey fnri" H" ox*;*,|lentt^ethod of remitting small sums of m'riney with .<UfeU  and al small cost, and may be obtained without delay. .,    in     '  SAYING'S BANK DEPARTMENT,  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood   Bri  w  The Copper Curb and Mining  Outlook, New York states that  Adolph Lewishon has become a  director of the British Columbia  Copper company. Mr. Lewishon,  who is well known as one of the  most important men in the copper world, wai quite recently a  visitor to Greenwood with his  engineer.  Docs the milk sont?    Phone B 51 fur  ice.  TP  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  STAGE  T/t-av's   lire. 11 wood at 7 a 111    to  cumit-i-t with Spokane tiain; 1 nd  at 2 p.in    with  Keremeos train.  J. McDonell  St.  J&  !  v.  11  it  I  I  f  Ji  n  n  i  I!  \\  1!  I  1 safra^j-a^a^afraHa^a^a^i^^g-*?^  Just the thing  CORBY'S SPECIAL SELECTED  RYE WHISKY  Greenwood Ciquor &��.  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  Hotel Licence.  Take nolle.- ili:it I. Tlionias "-"al-li of I'rides-  ville. 1! ��� .. iiiteml applvinir to Hie Supeiintei)-  clent .������ Provincial Police, at the expiration of  one' month lioni dale hereof, ior a Hotel Licence for lhe premi-es known as the Bridesville  Hotel at Bridesville. B. C.  Dated'.liis-till da- of June, ���')..').  Thomas Walsh.  A SNM-���For Sale, the improvements on a "oiul Homestead.  50 acres in wheat, 30 acres summer til low. Will sell at a very  ruasmiablc figure. (J miles from  Ferr\\ Wash. Cmne and look it  over.    Joel'-x, Ferry, Wai-h.  MOVED  TO THB  Wallace-Miller Bloek  Next Door to P. W. George's  J. L. WHITE  Successor to White Bros.  Wc have a large and well assorted stock of Hammocks,  The prices are low and the  colors well  assorted.  Drop in and have look at them.

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