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Boundary Creek Times Apr 9, 1909

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Array tiur.-a; ���t-T"-'"ir*"*"'"-;iri '������'"'���"-���' ��� ~  f. ,p ��j^,-rT-��-*J*n��c*>Li***  ��� ���   ���'���*���  <A  VOt. 13  GRJSENWOOD,   B. C.,   FRIDAY,    APRIL 9,    1909.  No. 31  The Qreenwood^Phoenix Tramway Bore.  jl30o Fear  1200    >)  MOO      ���  1000    ��  0OO      ��  ^*|f^  700    ��  <5oo     ��  Soo     ��  4oo    *  ���oo    ��  F//?sn e.ooo fe-et  The Ratepayers of the City of  Greenwood have given their sanction  to the By-law to grant a bonus of  $50,000 for the construction of the  Greenwood-Phoenix Underground  Tramway, and have thereby demonstrated their faith in the success of the  big. Bore which will be constructed  by a Syndicate of Chicago and New  York capitalists.  The proposed Greenwood-Phoenix  Tramway Bore without a question,  is feasible, is practical, and is the most  nearly demonstrated beforehand of  any of the big mining Tunnels of  America. It will, without.a doubt,  show great results with a reasonable  expenditure of money, and promises  quicker returns than any similar enterprise which has yet been undertaken  in the West.  The unanimous support of the bonus By-law by the people of Greenwood carries with it much stronger  evidence of their faith in the project  than the mere matter of the money  voted,   which in  itself  is  no   small  amount, for the failure of the enterprise would work irreparable injur)' to  the future prospects of the camp.  Most of the men who voted on  the question are interested in mines,  and all are thoroughly conversant with  mines.and mining properties.  The people of Greenwood are  therefore eminently capable of judging  whether tbe Bore will be a success  or riot, and their emphatic endorsation  of the proposition is a guarantee that  the project is thoroughly sound and  practical-  ' All who are familar with the camp  of Greenwood know that the high-  grade belt which the Bore will explore,  is one of the most highly mineralized  zones known, and that it embraces a  stretch of territory five miles long  and two miles wide, extending from  beyond the Providence to beyond the  Skylark and from the Strathmore to the  Crescent.  Starting on the last named claim  which produced 211 tons of ore  which gave ��30,000 or $U7 to the  ton, the Bore will cut through eighteen  known veins  which  run North and  South and are parallel, and average  from 300 to 400 feet apart, and hav7  ing the values evenly distributed, as  proven by, the Providence which pro-:  duced 4,000 tons of ore giving returns  of $440,000; the Elkhorn $100,000)  of $93 ore; while the Skylark produced 1,100 tons worth about $110,000;  and the Last Chance, half way between, which has a high-grade streak  of 8 to 12 inches with values of $100  a ton, and which has also produced  1,000 tons from one big vein of low-  grade ore 10 to 20 feet wide, that  went $8 to the ton aud would concentrate at least 6 to 1.  The Bore will develope a compact  block of 600 acres crossed by eighteen  proven veins which have been opened  up to depths ranging from 100 to 600  feet, ������;. ���' _. -<y  No doubt many blind leads which  do not appear upon the surface will  be disclosed. This is the history  of other Tunnels, which have struck  blind veins carrying fine ore.  No other camp has so many rich surface showings to justify such an undertaking, for this great treasure-house of  $90 a ton. with the values evenly distributed, and an entire -absence of  pocket deposits.  This big Bore or Tunnel proposition  has been the dream of every prospector and of every old time mining man  in this country who has e*ver seen the  ground; but not until th-^rast eighteen  months has it been possible to get the  different property-owners to join in a  consolidation. It took a panic to do  it.  The reason why this camp has been  held back is not because there wasn't  ore; not that there wasn't rich ore and  lots of it; but because there were a  number of small properties being  worked separately at heavy cost. It  cost $45.00 a ton to mine by little shafts  with crude appliances and $12.50 for  treatment charges, so that while with  six to twelve inches of thisore running  $100, and twelve to eighteen inches  more running $10 to $12, each of these  little properties would pay good profits  for three or four to own and work  themselves, yet they would not pay  the expensive management of a stock  company and also dividends   on a big  a mountain   has   produced   close to j capitalization, hence the advantage of  $1,000,000 in ore that averaged  over a consolidation of a dozen of them.  This consolidation will do away  with twelve different managements,  twelve different plants for hoisting,  pumping, and drilling, in short it will  reduce the cost of management 85  per cent., which in the aggregate is  enormous.  This will reduce the cost of mining  from $45 a ton to $10 on the high-  grade ore and will reduce the cost of  mining thc low-grade ore from $4 to  $1.50.  This saving alone is more than the  total values of the ore in many so-called  high-grade camps.  And with a large tonnage, smelter  charges will be reduced from $12.50  to $8 a ton and will be eventually lowered to $6.50 a ton, as we believe it  is the intention of the Company to  build asmejter to treat their own ores,  and to that end they will build a concentrator to concentrate the low-grade  ore which can be concentrated at a  cost of 75c a ton and will produce $40  to $50 concentrates.  As the bore will cut two big low-  grade veins from ten to twenty feet  wide within the first five thousand feet,  and as this ore averages $8 a ton,  which is proven by shipments  of up  wards of one thousand tons, therefore,  the Company will be assured of a tonnage that will keep a concentrator  going, and make a lead .smelter in this  City a certainty.  The Syndicate who have taken'hold  of this enterprise have entered into it  in a cautious, business-like and systematic way, and- have the advice of  the best Engineers they could get who  thoroughly examined the project, and  who have been engaged on the proposition for the past eighteen months.  Moreover, they sent their Engineers  to examine such tunnels a.s the New-  house, the Sutro, the Two Brothers  Bore Virginia Camp, Col., the Capital Prize Bore at Georgetown, Col.,  the Yak at Leadville, the Roosevelt  deep tunnel at- Cripple Creek, and  others in Colorado and Utah; and,  after examining all of these, they pronounced this to be one of the best  tunnel   sites in  America.  While they will own all of thc* properties on the line of the first section  of the Tramway Bore, being 6.U00  feet, laterals will be run and ore carried  from different other properties on a  freight and tonnage basis.  Entering   the   mountain     on   the  Strathmore mine which took the first  prize at Nelson exhibition for the  Province of British Columbia, and  also took the first prize at Spokane  against all the Western States for the  finest high-grade gold and silver ores,  this high-grade lead will be cut within 800 feet of the portal of the bore.  The Defiance which adjoins the  Strathmore, in the early days shipped  $525 ore, which will be reached in  1,500 feet.  From there on, the bore will crosscut a vein every three or four hundred  feet at an average depth of twelve  hundred feet.  When completed it will tap the  great Phoenix mines 2,200 feet below  the surface, and the tonnage that will  pour by gravitation from the portal of  the Greenwood-Phoenix Tramway  Bore with its capacity of ten thousand  tons a day will make this City the  Foremost Mining Camp of the West.  All these are facts, and this is why  he proposition will   appeal   to   every  man who knows  the situation ;    and  these same facts are   the reasons why  the people of Greenwood have staked  the future of their City on the success  ofthe Greenwood-Phoenix Tramway  Bore.  OUR HIGH-GRADE OUTPUT  A partial record of the production  of the Greenwood High-grade Belt is  as follows:  , Providence $440,000  'Skylark  110.000  Elkhorn  100.000  E. P.U. -   50,000  Last Chance -    50,000  Strathmore    30,000  Crescent ���- -���    20,000  Defiance    15,000  Bay -    15,000  Helen    10,000  Gold Bug -   10,000  Silver King, Silver Cloud    10,000  Gold Finch    10,000  Prince Henry, Preston, )  Monis,    Don     Pedro, >*        40,000  Lake and others J .  When it is considered that the Providence which is the deepest mine in  the Camp, has produced $440,000  above the 400 ft. level, and that the  other propt es art nlydowii200 ft.  or less and ha,.- made this splendid  showing, it will be easily seen what  immense possibilities will be opened  up by deep Tunnel mining in Greenwood Camp.  Success of Deep Tunnels.  Anew Cripple Creek is to be opened up under the old one when the  Roosevelt deep Tunnel is completed.  This is confirmed by the announcement of a recent strike of great richness at the depth of 1,500 feet.  The opening of the new ore body  at thc 1,500 foot level has recalled to  minds of prominent mining men the  prediction of wiseacres in the early  days of the camp to thc effect that  the Mineralized zone did not extend  downward to any extent, and that the  life of the camp would be short on  that account. The belief is now that  thc career of the camp will be prolonged indefinitely.  The Sutro Tunnel, with its laterals,  is 12 miles long and is large enough  in addition to its drain for a trolley  line, which has been operated for the  workmen in the various mines. It  carries off all of the water in the various workings, tapping them between  the 1,600 and 2,100 feet levels. It  was planned by Adolph Sutro afterwards Mayor of San Francisco, being  regarded as one of thc greatest engin-  eerin'*- feats of the time.    It relieved  the necessity for huge pumps in the  mines and greatly reduced the cost of  mining.  Renewed Activity in B.C.  Mining.  The season is opening up in a manner which promises a record year for  British Columbia mines. From almost every camp throughout the province comes news of the bonding of  properties, the resumption of operations on others, and the installation  of new or additional plants. On the  coast, no less than in the interior, is  this the case, while reports from the  northern part of the province point to  a season of great activity and satisfactory development. Taken as a whole,  the first quarter of the yearcloses with  a very bright outlook for the chief  mining province of the Dominion.���  B.C. Mining Exchange.  Improvements in Smelting  Great as has been the progress in  methods of mining and smelting during recent years, we are on (he eve of  still vaster changes and improvements  as   to   cost   of   smelters and cost, of  smelting.  Among the most economical of  recently-invented processes is the  Fink smelter which has attracted the  attention of every one interested in the  mining industry, and which is the subject of the following comment from  the March number of Mining Science:  "William C. Fink of Elizabeth,  N.J., has been figuring on going to  Mexico to run a smelter of 500 tons a  day, using his gas. It will smelt any  ore from the black sands of Venezuela,  where there are 30 miles of it and  has to have a heat of 3,600��, to copper, iron ore or any other. Platinum  and Vanadium also require 3,600��.  He says he can smelt gold for 50 cts.  a ton and silver for 24 cts. a ton.  Many inquiries are coming to him  from all over the world.''  likely to be exceeded in the future.  The .Consolidated Company, after  overcoming many difficulties ' both  financial and technical in connection  with its mines and smelter, has entered on a career that promises both remunerative returns to its shareholders  and results of great advantage to tlie  province. The company is a good  illustration of the sound commercial  and industrial basis on which the mining condition of British Columbia now  rests. Within the last few years other  staple industries have occupied a prominent place in the attention of the  public, but notwithstanding all the  vicissitudes it has experienced, the  mining industry has gone ahead and  will always hold the prominent position  in this province.  I  Large Shipment of Silver  from B.C. to China.  The largest shipment of the white  metal that has been made from Canada was made  last month,   but it is  There   are   ten   mines   that have a j �������������       * ��� -~.  depth   of   1,000   feet; a large  num ter j VV OFK      Oil     tlie      Dig"  having shafts down exceeding St'O feci, !  and as many more with less than that. !  The miners engaged on these proper-1  ties are numbered in thousands, and {  the combined daily output reaches a j  total of thousands of tows of ore, the j  values of which have made Butte camp J (  a city of 30,000 people,and have enrich-  Tunnel  Begun  The Uy-law granting a bonus oi" $?0,-  ! 000 to the (Jreenwood-l'hoenix   Under-  Deep Shafts of Butte.  ed the people engaged in the  industry ! ground    Tram way   was    carried    on  with many millions of dollars. j Wednesday 7th by the   sweeping maj  it requires no stretch of the imagina- j ority of H4. in the   largest   vote   ever  n'on to predict as great a future for the ]     ... ���    , ,    ...   ,  nun iu pivuin      h j polled on anv  By-law  ever submitted  Camp of Greenwood, since it is grant- ;  ed by men of eminent standing   in thc Ito thc people of Greenwood.  mining piofession that   past   develop- j     We are pleased to note that the Com  men's indicate   richer   ore deposits in ! pany have carried uut   their promise.-.  this locality than were ever anticipated '��� to thc clcctors bv   starling-   work at   S  in the early explorations of the mineral     ,,..,-,,. - .,  ' '      ' .o clock the following morning, uot los-  lodes of Butte.  Moreover   the   conformation of   the ' '"fe' a si"B!c llour*  mineral zones in Greenwood Camp does       The Surveyors commenced yesterday  not necessitate the sinking of expensive : ,.      from u,(, c   p   K   track lo the  f  ! pottal of the Bore and  the route of  t!>e  Deep tunnel mining   is   the   modern j Tunnel from Greenwood to Phoeu'i**.  method of reaching the treasure vaults j     A seven-drill. elcclrkaHy-driven ait  of mother earth, and for that course of j Compressor flljly   etiu-ipped to   do   tl c  ,    ,, ,.   ,.,,    - work of driving the big Bore, is on tie  Greenwood   Camp   are    exceptionally j "*  well suited. j ground, and   will  be installed as so ...  No other camp might  be mined in a j as the preliminary work  of   prepariii-;  foundations     and   the   erecting   of  u  building cau be done.  shafts, which at best  a verv limited area  demonstrate but  The   magnitude   of    operations   in  Butte  cartip   is   shown   by the   great  depths at which its copper   mines  are ; procedure   the   mineralized  and have been worked.  There   are  eighteen   mines    whose  ���hafts have been sunk to depths  varying from 2,000 feet to 2.800   feet, and j more   inexpensive   manner,   and     we  twenty-two between 1,000 feet und 2,000 I know of no other camp   that  promises  feet.  greater returns. THE^BDHNPAR^   (S&feEK  TIMES   _._ '   Mi  Q^t  Cr*-  (F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  ^1  <?=**���  i?=��  <M  (5-*-!  <J=**-  CP*.  lr*-*'  -���?=<  I  ..Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817.   Capital, all paid np, $14,400,000.        Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Uo,,. Preside*.:    Loud Stsatbcona ani. Mount^oval, G. C M. (,.  Branches in London, Eo*. ^H/SW New York, Chicago.  Kay   and sell Slerliii-.- Excbaii-je and Cable Transfers ; ('rant Cam medial an  Traveller!-' Credits, available in auy part'of tl�� world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates p~  Greenwood Branch,    W.F. PROCTOR Manager. Ig  THE BANK OF  of the first hundred miles of steel  for the G.T.P, at Prince Rupert.  This delivery will be 16,000 tons  and the rails will be shipped  around the Horn to Prince Rupert  by August 1.  P. Burns & C >. have purchased  the extensive m :at business of  R. Port'-r and S >ns of Victoria  ind Varcouver.  73 Years ! n Business. Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  Money Earning  Money  VS in fill   weekly  or  monthly   deposits  i u    a    ��S a v i n g s    A ceou n t   soon.  count np     Interest compounded at highest  current rates.  Deposits J- #i,or and upwivds received  Greenwood BrancWH.  F. STOW, Manager.  The Sutumerlaud Board of  Trade h:is s'arte J a publicity  '���.ampai^'i anl will semi out a  booklet ch-scriplivu < f the res< ur-  ces of tliai locality.  Work <m 11n- (;*t*:it. Nor-hern  railwav lim--* fr-un Michel, I' C,  to Cal**'ir\', A'la., wash-gun lnsi  week and wi'l �� ��������� ruslietl to completion.  Like other great mining Camps  of America, such as Butte,  Leadville, the Black Hills, and  Ithe Cali fornian, camps, the pioneers,in theinJustrv searched-the  travels of the streams for gold,  their efforts leading1 eventually to  the discoveries of the . great lode  mines nf today.  Th��* saiop (hintr is true of the  B m-idnrv Country, and in earlier  days the tr-butarirs nf the Kettlej  Niver produced abou* S2.OOO.O0f)  in dust, ,-iikI nuwgels nf gold,1  while Boundary Creek lias con.  liiiu:illy been placer-mi n��'d for  upwards of twenty years.  The   >''<|iiisitiori of seven and a  half   miles   of   the   I ed of Rock  | of the Risdon type is a matter of  great local interest, and it is a remarkable fact that even the famous'Rock' Creek was never mined  to bed-rock. ���  - Almost, every stream in. the  country give* colors of gold and il  is the opinion of mining men who  are thoroughly, conversant with  the subject"ith-at^the Tiydraulic  raining of local streams would  give excellent-returns.        ���������- ���������--  A Clean Man  Outside cleanliness is less than half  the battle.     A man -i;ay,  . s,?.Cffe .!?,'H-!,*-'i? <J.0vz.eP, times a <tay, and still, be unclean.,, G,oo-ju.  v<  health' means cleanliness not only outside, but--nslde."irmeans  a cban stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and  new; clean, healthy tissues.    The man who is -lean in this way   f,  w.ill. '-.ce!.-. ii --..y i,^ i";.,,He.,will.work with .rner^y1a:*-J...tiiinliil,?t  clean, clear, lieul-Hy thou-'hts. '  He wii': ri'tvej- hi troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood  disorders.   Dyspe; sia and indigestion ori-'inat: in unclean stom-  u=lis.    liiaod dis^ises are found where there .s unclear- Wood.'-."''  , Const-raf/don ari-.l.'ironchitis mean unclean lungs.  Dr,  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  I.  H.  HALLETT  Bakkistkk, Solicitor,  Notakv 1-THI.1C  Cubic AJdress:       " II ai.li-t r"  Bedford M'SHU's,  Cudks \ Morei-*-? .t Neat's  i Hoator-i  < Moreiu-!  I Leiber'ti  Gf-CE/vwooo. B.C  -���\'-;'��?*5   BOUMAHV   VALLLY    LODGE  -'������'.,.,.-.���'���-*-" No. 38. I.O. 0. F.  Mens everv 'luesdav l-'ven'nj; ���*' ��* '���> th,  |. (.1. O. V. Hall. A cordial mvi iHtloo is "*��  lemled to all lojourniinr bretliern.  A.  I.OC.AN.  N. I',. V. C.  R. .1. SA'I.V'IKKS.  I'd-. S,-c  ll. A. MACDONALD  Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  Issued everv Tridav  M11.I.AK A: IiAVinstf.s. Lessees.  J. M. MILL AH  M.-.SAIil-K  SUBSCRIPTIONS UN ADVANCE.  Per Yka.k     2 ����  Ss-r Months    1 2��  To   FOHKIGN  CotlNTRIES   2  50  .-S-'Y'S.'*:;.^  <YYyY$$$MkD  b'RIDAV. AI'KIL *',   VM)  While niining journals in thc*  neighboring Stale of Washington  comment bitterly on the attitude ol  slate t flicials tt.ward the mining  industry in that State, we are  happy to say lhat British Columbia boasts of tike best mining  laws of any country in the world,  and that we give the greatest in-  ducemen'.s to those who- discover  and to those who develope the  niinjial areas of our province.  '1 he mines uf Canada paid in  dividends last year eighteen million dollars, which is nearly three,  times as much dividends as all  the banks of Canada paid.  It is announced that the Canadian Pacific Railway Co. will  spend $30,000,000 on construction  work in the west.  The Franco-Canadian commercial t eaty gives Canada an average advantage ol 33 per cent on  150 articles in which the U.S.  competes including agricultural  tools, machinery,  furniture, etc.  principal dock-yard   of   the  proposed Canadian navy.  The Westminster Columbian  has temporarily cu& out the Bill  Miner serial and the Colonist  telegram has begun to fade in the  distano*-.  Chilliwack will enforce the  d��g tax law. Ir, is apparent that  Greenwood could stand a little of  the same.  The superannuation or distms  sal of a number of high officials  in the Department ot Marine and  Fisheries following the exposure  incident to the CasS'-li's Inquiry  was (o be expected.  Among those who have been  relieved of responsibility arc Col.  Gourdeau, Deputy Minister, superannuated, and J. U. Gregory,  agent at Ouebec, dismissed. Both  officials had served in the department for forty years.  Provincial  The National Sport's club, Van  couver, has been refused a license  under the new Club   K--giilatioris  and L-cense Act.  The Priw Council has allowed  with costs tbe appeal of Blue vs.  Ked Mountain Railway, an action for dun iges by fire to timber  limits. The plaintiffs are paid  $18,000.  F. Keffer -consulting engine-r  (of lhe B. C. Copper Co., of Greenwood has been inM-rrilt lhe past  week. Mr. Keller is engaged in  making a report on tbe properties  of the Diamond Vale Colleries,  Luuitr-d.���T-Iicola Herald.    .  prevents these diseases.    It  makes a ma-'s in-ides clean  andi.bjcitiy. .Yt cleans the.di-jestive orgs- j, uiakos pure,  .....  clear,   bicodi end clean, healthy flesh.  Jt   restores   Cent tc the nervous system, and cures n3rv^us exhaustion and  prosira .'cii.    I; c:z;;i--h-is no alcohol or habit-formh*;' dru-ls.  Cons-iipc-tici*._is. 'he lt.csC unclean ur.cleantir.es:>.    Ci". 1 k <c'a PLcsant Pel-  ic.'s sii-i; ;..    'i';.vy av;.' ::?i-ie.   Easy tc take as car.--/.  '.0SSBF8  Antise^itic-vHard   (.!lrancr'*rias  got   soap   skinned    a mile.    We  C!re<khya  company   whicli   pro- '^���i.     7 ,,i u.n.i  -. '      ��� truarantee the gootls.     Z id rt md,  p-ses lo install a $150,000 drrdge  A. L. White.  J  <r-  One of a number of supposedly  drunken Japanese fired a bullet  through the window of a rear  coach of an incoming passenger  train at Vancouver. Had anyone  been in the path of the bullet.it  would have meant certain death.  General  Dr. F/iliott, president of Harvard University, will succeed  Ambassador Reid at the Court of  St. James.  Building   is   again  Fernie.  active    at  Cranbrook Customs oflice bas  been made a port of entry.  Thesaieof Prince Rupert cil\  lots will be held in Vancouver  from May 25 to 2').  The Commons' Railway Committee has passed the BiHrespect-  ing the B.C. Southern Railway  Co and the Kettle River Valley  Railway Co.  ���^V  Nijw shipments of Waists have been arriving <ia.ily;  for the past week, and we have now a very large  range of up-to-date styles,  Beautiful Waists in Muslins, Lawns arid., Linens,  in all the' newest and prettiest effects1-enough  styles to satisfy the women who look for variety.  Values to please the.most critical  DRYGOODS-^BOOTS* SHdJES^-^tHILLINBfiY  (r  Bass and  Guinness in Nips  Direct Importation.  Greenwood Ciquor Co.  o  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  mftsemas  Palace Livery Stables  The premiers of New South  Wales and Victoria insist on presenting the Imperial goverment  with a Dreadnought if the Australian Commonwealth should  decide not tc do so.  Govenor Cos-grove, of Washington, is dead.  King Edward is at Biarritz and  is said to be in excellent health.  The Province hotel at Grand  Forks has been opened lor business.  During last week 15 families of  settlers arrived al Nakusp on  Arrow Lake.  The Halifax Board of Trade has  already selected that port as   the  The Ashcroft Journal has issued a neat littte booklet describing the resources of LillooeyCari-  boo and the Thompson Valley.  Twenty-two evangelists under  the auspices of the Presbyterian  General Assembly are working in  Kootenav and are expected in the  Boundary country at the end of  the present month.  The Arcade at Vancouver is  being demolished and a fourteen-  story sky-scraper will be erected  on the site.  The Gibbons' Lumber Co. will  put 30,000,000 feet of logs into  Arrow Lake this season.  The Dominion Iron and Steel  Co. has a contract for the delivery  St. Ives, the French distance  runner, won the Marathon race  at New York in 2:40: 50 3-5, with  Dorando second. Longboat and  Shrubb both failed to finish.  Oxford won from Cambridge in  the historic boat race ou the  Thames.  Regina Watches  Diamonds  Jewel ery  -AT-  A. Logan & Go's.  Silverware  Cut Glass  Chin;  V^=  THIS I  j  0.,  till! ICII      R0PRIET0K   ^-~ -  ���***����������o��������s*a��**������*��������*#��*��*����**��**��*����������**����*��  4  r  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  s  ��  ��  a  ��  *  *.  �����  t��  a  ��*  a  ��  e  ��  ��  �����  �����  ��  *  �����  *��  .-��  �����  ��  Every workman in Germany  who receives less than S476 a year  is compelled to insure against old-  age.  It will require a crop of good  average yield to thoroughly consolidate and make staple the  cotnmercin.1 situation in Canada  and the United States.  Coal Mines to Continue.  President Lewis of tbe U.M. W.  A. has overruled the order to  strike given by Pres. Frank Sherman of District 18, which was to  affect all the companies in the  Coal Operators' Association of  that district.  President Lewis has declared  that the agreement between the  miners aud the operators will be  ratified.  Do vou realize tbe great and  distinct advantage of Buying  YourSboes from us?  * Itis not'the price which makes our Men's Shoes  popular, but our Policy of always having: the best  Shoes possible for the price. ".  Every Shoe we   carry is made specially for us,  by the largest Manufactures in Canada and the States.  We are receiving daily   shipments'of all classes  ���of Men's foot wear.  The time is near at hand when you will be  looking for your Spring Shoes, Don't overlook -the  fact that we can show.you a larger range than, all the  others put   together.  P.  -.*������  *  & CO., Ltd.!  DEALERS IN  ; ��� ���-  *  *  .��  ���  e  ���������'���  ���  ��  ���  aaa��9aaaa����aaaaaa����aaaamaaamamaa-^rr^����maaaa��ma��*aaa��a  fresh and Cured meats  Fi$b and Poultry*  COM1S TO THE)  Times  FOR  YOUR  ^-H-S^-^J-S^H^^rSiJ-i-S^^  I  P. W. GEORGE & CO.  Thc only Exclusive Dealer in Men's Wear in Greenwood  &  LAGER AND PORTER,  GINGER ALE, GINGER BEER.  ALL KINDS OF  ���CARBONATED' DRINKS  PINT BOTTLES FOR F AMI LY USE  Bottled and Draught Beer.  Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co^HK&e^rlee*  I  GET YOUR EASTER CARDS AND  EASTER NOVELTIES AT .'    A.      .;. .  'm&maaat  THE  B0pmm^Y CREEK TIMES  4  0  memmE. vALtmy mmum  \  %-Y.YAV '< '.'.=  ti  a��������*-ii-i'��-��������->-i-i-if����*9��0*c,��  plSl AND MINING!  Ralph Smith, M.P., Nan am to.  will, during the. debate, on the  budget strongly urge action by  the government to remove tbe  coal duty next session.  ��� M- aicLV-ell, MP. S'uth  Toronto, has proposed several  ���met'dments to the Industrial  Di>l utes Aft.  In June lhe capacity of tbe  Gr.n \,s mu-.-Iter will be ��� ii'Cro. sed  '.    -t.00,) tons dail��*.  1 *  Myncaster on the Great Northern 4  mites-rcMid'foktyfpn CfP.^R 6  mites/   Lands fof Sate in 5 to, 20   <Acre Lots, witfrtyater nights  >'���.-'. -*1 ~   %      *,  For particulars appl.V to The Kettle Valley Irrigated Fruit Lands Co., Ltd.*'  , a R. TAIT, Manager, Midway, B.C.  ���w.  ��� fl*  Gbji-g & Morrison, Prop. ���  The Pacific is the  Headquarters  for Commercial and Mininp Men  Is steam heated, electric lighted;  the room* are large and. co-sj.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg,and the Coast.  ��f�� ��f* ���������$��� tf�� <$�����$������� ��}���  000000000��00000000��BOOOtiOO  H. B  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  y Rough arid Dressed  ? I/umber^ Mouldings,  l. fWindows, |/|JL>c^Q*siv 5 i$  *   Shingles,   '' Bricks^  f: .iCeinettt. 'j ��etc>, "--.etc;' "?:'  I   ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  tpBfWOODi i -fl. Q.  f. /.      '.������',     PfiONE 65.   ..-;      ~ .'. ���  KK>00-0006<K>000-��00000<XH>eOd  i: Close" to thetSindter.  rii�� Best Appointed Work-  lighted    throughp^tfr?with  Electricity. 'Hbt arid'  CbldBaftis.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  I GREErf#6dlJ^C.     H  }j*A LOP* ST AD  Copper  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition  issuedi,March,49Q��.)   ,,  .       Size :   Octavo.'.Pajpea:   1228.%/  Chapters : 25.  Scope: The Copper. Industry -of-the  :      . World.  Covering- ; Copper History, Geolog-y,  Geography, Chemistry, Mlnecatolgy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,.  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alioys, Uses, Substitutes,Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines in He tail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  eic. ������  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the '  fa's mm mm  ��� nm wm  The Miner needs the book for the  .facts it gives bim regardi" Ceology,  Mining, Copper Deposit- .-'. .Copper  Mines,  The Copper Consumer needs the book  for every chapter it contains. It tells  what and explain* how and why.  , The investor in Copper Shares cannot afford to be without it. The Copper Handbook gives statistics and gen  ���ralinformationon one band, vritti  thousands of detailed mine: aewrlpt-  ious on the othar^ covering the eoppw  mines of the entire world, aad the 40  pages oF condensed statistical tables  silone are worth more than 'the price  of the book to each and eyery owner ef  ;cbp'peK mCni ng shares..' I i .. j.  Price : $5.00 in Buckram with gilt  top, or 87.50 in full library morocco. ;'  Terms ���': The most liberal. Send no-  money, but order the book sent, yon,*  all carriage .chatges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if un-  satisfactorv, orpaid'for if if suits. C*a  you afford not to see the book and]udg*e  for yourself of its value.to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher'\''   ;:     ���".''��� '-'������"   .'.'' '������ <" ':���  HORACE J: STEVENS ;  453 SHiJLDO NBUILDING, HOUGH-  "     ;TON, MICH., U.S.A.  AT THE CHURCHES  j*-..  PttBSBVTSRiAjM���Services --rill be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a*.m.  and 7 30 p m Rev. M. D. McKee, Pas  tor.  MstHODisi���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct sei v��3fis as usual at  Methodist Church morning and evening  Services every Sunday,-morning and  Sunday School at 3.  Cathomc.���Church of the Sacrec-  Heart.���Divine service let, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*  2:30 p.m. H��v.-J. A.- Bsdaxd, O. M. 1.  pastor.  1 /  CHUKCfi of Kngmjjd (St. Jude's)���  Every Sunday; Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7-30 p. m  Sunday school, 2.30 p.m. Holy Oom-  mtuiioti, 1st and 3rd Sundays at 8 a.m;  other Sundays   at 11 a. m.  Saints'   Day services as announced  in   Ctanrch.  Rev. F Vernon Venables, Vicar.  ���/'���F.yHlySlie' man, president oi  Disfricl 18 U M. VV. A ,! has rcfused to sigathe agr������riienl arranged  for with lhe Western coal operators prcvii us to the withdrawal ot  the CroVs N-*st Pass 0>al Ci>.  from that orfrariiz ition, and has  called out the members of District  18 pending1 further negotiations.-  With the exception of the Crow's  Nest P-iss Coal Co, the stride is  getiera,!,"        j*  A copper nugget weighing  three tons will be exhibited by  Al-asfca_atthe,Alaska-Yukon- Pacific Exposition.  An interesting article on "The  Low Grade Oresofthe Boundary."  by A B W: Hodges, manager of  tne*Granby Smelter, Grand Eorks,  appears in the Mining World,  published in Chicago It is a  synopsis of a*paper read before the  Victoria meeting of the Can-  adiaa Mining Institute.  F. A. Koss, general-,' manager  of the Daly Reduction Works at  Hedley has returned from New  York.  ers, of Montreal: "During the  past week or so, there has been  a good deal more inquiry for  stocks of. mines in your province.  If at any time you can send me  any news nrin formation about the  mines we shall be glad, as it will  probably help to bring about  some business "���Rossland Min-  ���-r  Dominion Copper Co.  A large part of the D minior  Copper C--in pun Vs. now famous-  Uoundarv properties are lo b<  placed upou the tna�� ket aud sold  at'an early date unrier the mortgage held by the National Trust  company, of Toronto, trii'tces  for the bondholders, It is prac-  ticallj- certain that the shareholders will buy in the properties  in the plan for the reorganization  of the company.  FOR SALE  For Sale.���100 acres fine fruit  soil, 2 miles from railroad. SO  acres timbered balance suitable  for range and cultivation. Price  $700. Lots of water. Apply  Times office.  For Sale���Buggy in good condition; $65. Light wagon, in  good condition, $65. Light single harness, $15. Also good 7-  year old horse, weight 1150 lbs.,  he's a beauty. A. L. White-  Second-hand Man.  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, .EC  PARS NTS who wish to secure for  their daughter the benefits of a  solid and refined education will do well  to consider the advantages the Convent School. Nelson, offers.  The Convent is large and oomtuod ���  ious and a large number of Boarders  cau be accomodated. The School ��� is  supeneteaded and taught by the Sis-  tens, who have muoh experience in  training and educating children.  The course of study eon* prises Christian Doctrine, Grammar, Geography,  Arithmetic, English and CanMiau  History, Stenography, Bookkeeping,  Typewriting, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, Needlework, Vecal and Instrumental Music, French   and  Hygiene.  For further particulars apply to���  SlBTXR SufMIO*,8T. JOBMH'i SCHOOX  Nbcsok, B, C,  Le Roi Two in February shipped 2,700 tons. The receipts  from smelter were $54,307 being  payment for 3,173 tons shipped.  Le Roi advanced from  12s. 6d.  to 15s. in the past week.  W. 6. Trethewev, millionaire  operator of C��balt,says tha��Gow-  ganda district is overestimated.  '��<?5'^S-%?-?SN��<!S��^ M  f  M.  I  McCLUNG and 600DEVE, Preprlctars.  ^ 1 int'.st l'umisiied Hoilsc in tlie Boundary  j- Steam Hatted.   Lifflited   tluwufkout   with ��Uctcie lights.  j��:,-,-.*;:   :^--hy First^elass Bar.    Strictly up-to-date goods.  I      FmST CLASS XAFS, 0PBH DAY AND NWHT  X&&*+*fy^^+$'^M^'fr,fr��b��b+it'k'* + Jt'$ %  Proprietor  ��*.  EASDEST STORM ^,  ���BV'VfltAR'lHfts*   * V  ��� Y*SteM3.-' 1  WATESPROOF  OlIiED  aaSma) taaaaam  .    "    : wwiKt*  lili if ill  Industrial Progress for -February, 1909, bas been issued by the  Allis Chalmber compauy from  their Milwaukee office. There  are several interesting articles  covering subjects pertinent to the  uses of machinery made by this  well-known mauoufacturing company. A number of these articles are of special interest to mining operators.  Alaska will exhibitonemillion  dollars in virgin gold, dust, nuggets and brick, at the Alaska-  Yukon-Pacific Exposition;  British Columbia mining shares  are looking up in the east. H.T.  Goodeve is iu receipt ot the following letter from Robert Meredith & Co., leading mining brok  For 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 finish clearing.  Half cash, balance .on terms.  Apply to Times office, box 150.  TEN CHINA DINNER SETS  MONTHLY FOR USERS OF .  ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR  m - Every 491b sack of Royal St.inclard Flour leaving our  mills contains a numbered coupon entitling the person who  holds it to a chance to be one of the lucky persons who  win one of the handsome china dinner sets given away each  month. The duplicates of.these coupons are placed in a  receptacle, and ten are drawn each month,  There is no better 11 >ur in existence fur bread making  than Royal Standard Flour. Tt is rich in c:>lcn\ pure',  strong, delicious and nutritious, In using Royal Standard  Flour von get the best flour value money can buy In gathering coupons you run one chance in ten each month to  secure a handsone prize.  The luck,  aun-birs will be inserted   in   this space the  lirst issue of tach   nonth.    Watch for them,  VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO.,LTD.,  Vancouver, B. C.  ! TO RENT t  ��* 4**  ��3�� Fine 6-roomed modern house <��.  ��J�� 4-Roomed  Cottage. ����.  ��j��   . Suite of Rooms in a Block. <���*-��  4�� One Furnished Room. ���?=  | FOR SALE $  T City Lots at all prices, *��  T Fine Ranch comprising 715  acres. j  * ������"��������������������-��������������������� *  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd. J  j�� OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.       . ����  4��*l*-> ���*!��� -^ *-*������ ���*����� **��* *-f* *��*-^ *������ **?* ���*��-��� ���-'J* *-f* **t* *-f���,-^��� *-f* *$* *f* *-f-��-f"-^* ^  Pianos, sewing machines, stoves, &tc., for sale or rent. The  O.I.C., Second-hand man, A. L.  White. Phone 16.  ; For Sale���7 acres of good soil,  cleared, small creek on property,  near Sunset and Mother Lode,  very cheap.    Apply Times Office.  NABOB  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  I  For Sale���A 5-room cottage in  good condition, with chicken coop  and woodshed. Easy terms. Apply to L- Daignault, Anaconda.  WETWEATHHIWOI  HEALTHFUL  PLEASANT  IP YOU WEAR  l��***��-��l  WATERPROOF  OILED CLOTHING  ���LACK OM VIU.OW  Ptrtect Protection  fS2?  Lpnqest 3��fvte.  In Prtc  Cold Ev��rywh*r��  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  When you want Wall-paper,  send for us. We will give you a  figure on the finished job. McRae Bros.  MRS. MURRAY, graduate in vocal  aud instrumental music, le prepared to  receive pupils in piano, organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory methods,  taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday a��d Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday. For terms and further paiticn-  lars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  Snynopsis ol Canadian NorllMVcsl  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANV ;ivai]>HiU> mnmiuu ls:iu<ts within On:  h'ailw.-u- Hell iii l'ritisli C<*li��rnli:.i. tuny hi-  hnniestpflilcd hy ;mv jMrrson wljn is Un- .-.,,lt- liL-a��l  of a family, or any male uTt-r IK _\t-ai^ ,��1 u^��*.  l<i I In- p.xicMituf <iin--i|u.'irii-i- si-��:ti,Mi nf l(.n a.-i��->.  imiro or l<--s.  Kiitrv must bi-ma,lt-i'c-rsotiall\-   ;if   tlio   l,.ral  l.-iml itftii-i-for tin-<li>rii.'t in   whicli   llie  laml   i-  sttuale.    l'.mr>    h\*   proxy   may.  Imui-\rr.  v(-  | nia<U- on   LH-i'taiii   con'lirioii-.   liv     thi;    !.;Ut*-r.  Eastern Capital ready to in- motii.-,-.so,i.,i.n,ui,:,-,. *,i.,ti..-.'...���-,...,-.-. <.ia��  vestigate legitimate investments---lands, timber or min.  es���in British Columbia.  Address in first instance  vvith full purticulars���"Capital, " c-o Noble and Co.,  Molsons Bank Building, Van-  ouver,  Get   your   Job Printing at the  ���T imes' Office.  THE   BANK   OF   BRITISH   NORTH   AMERICA  BALANCE SHE��T, 31st  DECEMBER,  1908.  Dr.  Electric current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing -plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous ] < v < j  service for operating.  M1!M Yon Money  *  To  Cnpltnl    $ i.sm.WW.ivi  BO.000   Shares   of   f"i0 eneli fully paid.  To Reserve I*'ini(l   To Deposits mill Ciirreut  Acc-oiiiits      To Notes In  Circulation       To  Bills   1'a.v-il'le  nml   otUer   Mnbilltles,   Incliidlne  Provision   far   Coiitliigeueli-.s     To Reliu.t�� Ac-count ������������  To  Unltillty  umlor giinriintee in renpect  of whiuli no claim Is autM(iated   ���-...$ 200.000.00  L'tT-'ii'M-is'lO  *.,.s.s*��..ss-.'.o-'  8.l*!��7.S.-��S.7!>  W1.-HW.3U  To  Do.  ���Do.  $ 300.000.00  ^^^^^*^^^^^W^^^^*^4t^Jl'^ilf^^  To  Troflt and   Loss Account-  Balance broii-jlit forward   from . 30th  June,'lfl08 i-     sn.li80.lt  Dlviilend   imid   October, U'08      1-MI.OUO.OU  "m.oso.n  Net profit for the liaif-year pnding  this date, after dwluctln-; all current char-res. ami providing for bad  and   doubtful   .lehts        20r,.41*0.S3  377,100.1)0  Traasferred  to  Reserve   I>*uri-1.$��~,333..T{  TrnnHferred  to OOlcers'Widows'  and   Orphans'   l-'nud   ..   ..;. -    2,500.00  Transferred to Officers'   Pen*lon  li-und    ������    8,(538.52  xu u   " *---^~l  10S.-171.85  Balance availaWe for April  Dividend and Bonus...  Cr.  $i:*,215.:joo.o:2  Bv Cash and  .Specie at  Hankers nm!  I"  hind  -f.p.<Hii...i.>.Ui  By Cash'at Call a-.id   short i-.oll<*e 8.2i:t.HS4.3i  By Invest ts���  ,-.-�����  Consols fJti):5.i.i��Hi nl ��1 - .Sl.'2'2:,.,01..00  Nntlonnl   War   Loan.  CiO.tWO ���  nt    0O              **10,000.00  Dmiitnloi*  of  Canada   nondx      fl!l5,000  jl^   1)5            !*<)1..��.��<���. (Ml  Other Investments      477.741-ill    ��� g0��� OQn ?s  By Rills Ueceivul.le, Loans on  Security, and other  Acr-oimls        ; ','���'���".',"  -N"',,v"1-"  By Tinnk Premises, etc.. In London, and at the  Branches  iiit('M<litiir hiniK-su-adt-r.  Tliu liiiniesteader i.s h-,|u'mimI -,n |>rc(uriii Hu-  Cunditi<m-< c.nicic-ietl Uii-it- vv'ub un,ler ,��n��- of  the fcilliiM in^' |>laii��:  I) At least six ut,nulls' i\-si,;eiu-tr uihui atul  cultivation of tin- l:iinlin cru'li year (,u tin,-,-  years.  12^ If the father or tm.i lior. if the father is tie  ceased), ot the hoim-Meail,-!- ri-siiU-s ii|���.m a I'artn  ill tlu- vk-itlitv ,if Ilu-Until t-illtjft-.l f.ir, llie iv  <l uirrnieiits as t,�� n-sidriii-c may Ik- s;itisli,-d by  sii,-li pt-ison r<:si,|itiy with tlu- laihrr t,r ntd*.Ih*i.  (.*< If the settler lias liis permanent resitleii.e  ]���>tt f,mtiiii��f laml ,��\vi i*il hy  him in   th��-  vU-iii  ity ol Ills llolllesti-:ol. the l'ei|llilelllen-,s aslo 1',-^  itli-uc-c-   may   lie  saiislieil l>\ residence hjioii tin*  said laml.  I     Six months' notice iii iM'iti.it/should l���-t'i\,-n  i to the C'oiiimissiom-r of I-ouiiiiioii   Lands  att't  ; t.-uva ol ititeiittott toain>ly for patt.-m.  I     Coal.    Coal iiiitiiii-.' ri-,-lils may he lea-ed f,,r a  [ (M-ricl ,-f t^vetilyoiie \. ,-ai s ;u  an   annual   re.-.la!  I ,if '1. )���'-''acre.    Not   nn uv thai- *.'mi.o-ics nhall  j I.e leased to ,��ii..- tmli ���, i.lu.il or coni-ia n y.    A roy-  J ality at Un- r te ol five- ,-e ���!- i,er ton' shall  U-  uih*i-leti on the Mien It.'itu.ilile cal niiiu-d.  W. \V. COHV,  IV-piitv ol the  Minister oi the Interior  S. I!.���Unaiitli(iri7.e.l   iiublication of   this   ad  vctisonient will not. l-e tsiid fnr.  .lLM-.ia..  20S.n2t).14  $43,-l-��r,.4!H!.4(>  Branches     ��� ;������;  Bv   Deiioslt   with   Iloiulnion    Covernuieiit    required  hy   Act  of   Piirlianient   for   Security   of   tfcnernl  lJaiil-   Note   Circulation  A'UTB���The latest miiiilhly Iteturn received from  Dawson is that of the :intli N.ni-inher. 1.S08. and  the tl��ures of that Return it re Introduced into  this tccount. TUe halam-e of lhe transactions  for December between that isi-aiu-l* and the other  Branches remains Id a sus|��i-iise Aeeonnt, peudiUB  the    receipt   of   the December aceouutn.  17G.S-STi.00  MINI-".KAI. ACT.  Certificate of IniDrovemcnts.  NoTU'i:.  Sjii irurdale and Ma-. ~ M ineralClainis.situate  in (ireeinv od MitiitiL- Division ol Yale  I't.sirict.  Where Incited: In Si-ylarl- Catitji  TAKK NOTICK that I, lalaiiti.d'T- Wi.-k-  wi:e. Free Miners' Ceftilicae No. Ill ''51,  iuieiid, sixty days liom tl-.t date hert, i. to ^,��-  ;ils to the *M iniiii_r Recorder for t'ertinca os of  InM'roveineuls. fortl-e parpo.-r- ol obtaiitii)-^  C oivn Orar.i^ of the ahoic c'a tits.  And further  lake   rotice   -bat -acttot!,   under  Stciiou   37,   must   I.e   i-otiiitieuced   Vef'Te   the  i'..t:aiic*t of such Ce; ti litaVs of lniiiroreineiUe.  |i: led this rnih day of Fchruarv. A. I). 1"v>  KlIMI'N'l' T. WICKWIRE.  S4."..4ir..4:'t!.4o  N'n  I  and  We have eiamlned  thev.ifove  Ralance Sheet with tlie   find  It  to urcseut n  true s>;?l.-.Uent of the  Bank's alTaiis as shown   hy  the  hooks and  relurns.  Books  In   London,  and  the   Cerllfied   P.etiiriis  from   the   r.ran.-lies  Of  tho  Firm  of  London, 22nd February, 1909.  iIKOIHIt*  MNKATD.  NICHOLAS  E.   WATKUHOfSK.  ( or  tho  i irin  or  -' t'rlee.   Wuleriionso   .V  Auditors.     ^    \_uartereil  AecoHiitaiita.  TH'.K Is H:;i*l''r.Y-r.1VF.': tha-.. thirt.-  days nftei -date, IJinieui: to aptdy t ���  ill- IIo i. lli'"-! t'onttnis-io'ier ,m' ���" Laud  i!t<t U'.u'.v f,n ?! lio-m-e i"'|" os-,ect fore".'.laud  |iettolet; rt ot the t,.l''-.v" w d'.cri* ,-! lands,  si tn a-c in th ��� r. ;e,-n -, - od Di-irid.  C"^tiT.e:!ci!i ;  nt    t *: ,,--t "alotit'ten i|a; cliit'n  ���  I soitt!-. of Cle ttort a -.Vi--- ���crn -; ol iot -I''.*. pre-eiTn,-  I til-.!, t'ti'iio'".' '-' it" "' '.--      '    cl aitl--. thence-oath  j ������-:-lu v   s '. sli ii , .. :ii.- -���:���.���������:.--' i i -lit-,   so ��� cli ilas  ' t itence tiorlh'et^li l \     'I  c1! ii, s t,, place cf   c<c-.'-  ; :itc.ic-'c.t'-i''t. aiiil .���ot.-aiaiof 'I-acres.  ��� leu -d thi-   '--.!-. ���' iv "* Viircit. V">.  i 1>. \.   SI iCl'-iXilD THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  laamaaaaa  aas  THE CITY OF  ^jKY>W;.SY^Y &g%! ,;vp :'y. , . -��&~. YriYY^^mm  ^���yYY-Y- :->-^vmm>j.y <,, ^yy^^YWw^  �����:��� :.���';���:���::: i       ������.-.:���   ':;-:'''::��:-:v' .^'���*><;^S,>^a*S-?#  >s^ -~ ���--.- . .       ..-���-.-���.-���.-       -:   ���-������*.���':-������;���*���    -. *   ��� ���������   .'' Aef^.V J ���������*?��� _���*."���  ~-v\-- .-L'-'.'K->-**ir��--Jfc**-  A Hour of the finest quality, which the choicest "Manitoba  Hitril '.\ iic^t und the most expert milling- can make; a  flour that never fails to j>ivc satisfaction ; a flour that enjoys the confidence of those who have tried it��� that's  i. \  t >  li'  fl  No one \va:-its to eat anythin--- but the heat bread. Purity  1-Uuir wins ils way hy what it does��� the best Huiii- make*  the best iirvaul. Try it to-day.  Ask your grocer for Purity.  J   mi  SOLE   AGENTS  Greenwood and Anaconda  ',-���:- 'v^^^mmimfm^^^^&t^^^^is^  This inciiHics OUR ENTIRE STOCK 1  o! II >:;s ���,  Hani and Kloor Paints, Knameis. Stains |  -i*!-l  Ciiai'ii Paints.  ?'���*���'  t -  ". W I'V  i     ����� s  I r.niLi in Iik: above  '? GALLON.  lines must *m /\T 1.75 I  "i  he Hunter-Kendrick Co.,   Ltd.  the:  big  store: %  .'���"��� "������ :���-.������>.".--���'.-��� '.'--*':-'-^&iV^  ���-���-������������������**-H-^X":~>-:-^:--:--:--:--^  I  I  TO Til 10  {_ Purely  Dr. Simmon* was ia Grand -Foric'a"  Tuesday, f  Mrs. P. F. Roosa U  to Spokane.  awajjron  a  trip  WHERE   THE   TRAILS   CONVERGE  ?? a  lace-Miller Block  tot Door to P. W. George's  The City cf Gtvenwo'd is situated in ibe cenlre of one of thc  most easily aecessibH richh  mineral /.**-. areas i i America,  sum-undid by a score of camp  including CJ-eenwood, Phoenix.  Deadwood, Providence, Summit,  Midwav, SkyUrk, Wellington,  Central, Big Copper, West Fork,  Kimberley, Loug L:tke, Smith's.  White's, Wallace Mountain, and  various other camps in the Kettle  River Valley, and adjacent territory.  The  timber  resources  on  tbt  watersheds of the streams tribui  ary to the Greenwood district ar  estimated in   billions   of   feet of  lumber, there   being   200   limits  already staked on the West   Fork  ol the Kettle Kiver ilone.  The timber is pine, tamarack,  and cedar, wiih. an enormous  available supply of pulp wood in  coltouwood and .spruce.  Hesid-s   being   the   center of a  eries of mining camps,'he Gree. -  ���A-ooi valley also offers splendid  inducement to the frutt-jrowei  ai d the farmer, for we have man  miles of arable land which is especially well suited for fruitgrowing, dairying,, puulty raising and mixed farming.  With eggs selling at SOc a doz  en. butler 4i)i a pound, chickens  at $1.25, aid fruit aud vegelebles  always in strong demand, it will  be seen^-that a handsome living  can be made on a very *>m til tract  of ground.  Besides, the big irrigation projects under way give those who  nave st'ine ready money an opportunity tp buy land all ready for  the plo-jjjj  One -*mpany, the Kettle Val-  'ey Irrigated Fruit Linds Co.,  have planted out hundreds  of acres of their property in  fruit trdes which   is   now on the  -.nd when their extensive  ,/lans are carried to completion  they will have placed some 3,000  acres of fertile soil in tbe possession pf d< zens <>f >mall farmers  who will build their homes in one  of the most picturesquely beautiful valleys to be found, and which,  is on the outskirts of our citv.  Greenwood is the home of the  Gold Commissioner for Green--  wood Mining Division; it is a  Port of Entry for H.M. Customs ;  we have sittings of the CounHy  Court and the Supreme Court; we  have railroads, telegraphs, telephones, branches of the three leading banks of Canada, a number of  large meicar tile establishments,  mines, smelters, the Bonnington  Falls electric power lines,* an up-  to-date waterworks' system, and  the crack fire department in the  Interior of British Columbia.  In short we have all   the acces-  deep and soli 1   fou 11 lfci us  of a  great modern mining and business  center.  The streams from a vast area  of in untain-*nd v tiler I ��� v t--  wards Greenwood, and here a  a thousand miles of runds and  trails converge.  Other cities miy claim to be  the -'Gateway." but Greenwood  is the CENTER of the richly favored Boundary Country.  Mra. Malcolm ia convaleacio^at   the  Sisters Hospital,  Mr. Martin of Rock Creek mountain      ;  was in town thi�� week. !  Government Agent JJcMyia was in  Spokane this week.  E. G. Warren returned on jfond4_  from a trip to tbe coast.  T, McNeiah, Mayor of Slocaa City,  was in town over Sunday.  Section-Foreman Anderson lu�� u.en  transferred-to Sandon.  ��� J. H. afet*iot Ctkstom* Officer at M/u-  caster was in ton,a Monday.  Jeff Davis and Dr. King-toil of Grind  Forks, were ta'OfeeawpoivWedue-idav  Mr* H. Towns .was down rioia tlie  Jewel mine qn Wednesday.  E E Gibsou.district manag*erof Ilu-  Sjuth Kootenay Power and X,i-rht cli ,  wa* in Greenwood this week!  Mr*, i. J�� siiaw is hi attendance- ,u  hersiiterMr*. W. M. Frith at K .r-  meos who i�� ill with pneumonia.   -  J- D. Calder left for Alberta oii \Ve '-  iiesday where he will take tip a ��, nil-  stead on his South African Scrip.  Mike Hayes U d^ww from the IIHl  mine .11 tie West Forii where li ����.��  been working steadily .ince lu��t M, y.  T M. Gulley leaves to-day oh a bu*i.  ue** trip to the; a*t ppi,iUaii,lex.;-c/..^,  to he away f jx a\hj\\\ a montli.  Mr-kri* .; Thoinpson   and     Slirrlii, ,    ���  wee in attendance at lhe Coti.,ty eni-1   ll  oa Tuesday   in   connection   with    |U  Massey-Boone case.  D E McCutcheon, reprexentat ve t.f  the R. G Duti and Ci. Mercin're  Aijeiicy, VaiicouvcT.w.a in Greeinvuii':  this week.  Tom Murray who was nine ye ir ,i. -,_  specting and mining in lhe Bo i il<��.y  has leturned to Greenwood after .-���-��.",  years residence at Elk City, MaW :'  Mr Murr v is heavily interest co on  Wallace Mountain.  The Mi iho.li,u will.give th. ir ati - j  *ual ;Uo.-f-��t:ai��� Hie dinner Ka-.tr Yl  Moiid-ay, April 12th, in the chur h. V  Dinner served from 5 30 to 8. A program consisting of musical im-n' ert  and aacarf drill of several young l�� '- j!  ies will be given after the dinn.-r. A '���  .mission 50c.  The affairs of the Dominion Copper  Co. are being rapidly adjusted, and  we are credibly informed that a resumption of operations may be locked  for in the course ofthe next six weeks  We expect to have ntnc interesting  news in regard to the Dominion Copper  Co , in our uext issue.  v?  Anaconda School Report  Number aUending..........;...-'.-...... .....'7  Percentage of actual attendance���- *- >  Average daily attendance,..:.. 24 .1  Pupils present every session - Ne1 c  A-tam,Beada Boak,Theo J. Roak.lv. .  Goldsmith, waiter Johnson, M ry  Troccy, Annie Troccy. '  M, A. Salo, Tear' r��-  market !at very reasonable prices, I soriesof a m* dem city,   and   the  J. L. WHITE    1  I  Successor to White Bros. f  MX--:--x->:-->:"X--:-x-->x--:--->-K*-Mr<^  g^nite  \  Notice to our Customers!  After April 7th cars will run in two  * sections to and from the Tunnel direct  to the 01C New and Second-hand Store  p Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16  ���        -9  .,    TOWN 7 OTIC j .9      r   Jl \\ | seut mi -.'jttractiv  (jx^ "^vj   Easter tide'and  Duu't (^olisliirig until llie lirst of May.  The Cinderella Club will {jive a dauce  -in Easter Mondav evening.  Rev. C.W. Gordon (Ralph Connor) and  other celebrated preachers will take  part in the evangelistic services to  commence in the li.titidary on the 28th.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co., have ilis-  ���josedof their slock of retail groceries  toother local firms, and in future their  groceiy department will be conducted  v.n whole sale lines, while the energies  of the company in other departments  will be concentrated on Men's furnishings and shelf -ind heavy hard ware.  Don't forget to attend the '-Spinster's  Conventi )D," April 14th, in the Auditorium. An entertaining program will  be rendered by Greenwood's best musical talent.-consisting of dances (Highland Fling), and numbcrsby Mesdames  Belt. Oliver, Johnson, Molly and Joy  Cummins, and Messrs.. McLaine and  Hopkins (barjoist). Admission 50c;  Children 2.5c.  In the action of Ma9sey vs. Boone  before Judge Brown and a jury iu the  County Court on the fith, judgment  was given for plaintiff in the sum of  460.93.  J. K. MacLennan of Winnigeg, called in this week to visit his sister, Mrs  Robert Wood, while on his way to the  coast on a business  trip.  Greenwood Miner's Union are apply  ing for a Conciliation board under the  Industrial Disputes Act.  Lome Campbell, superintendent of  the South Kooteuay Power and Light  Co., has returned from a trip to Mexico  where he has been investigating an  electrical power proposition. Mr.  Campbell experts to return to Mexico  shortly to further examine the project.  The Phoenix Knights of Pythias  will give: a dance on Monday evening  Gur loial millinery  emporiums   pre-  e   appearance   at this  so  broad   and varied  nre the current styles   that  one, w.ould  lliink there should   easily  be   found  a  becoming,' hat fur every face ���  The new styles are not only becoming but are moie than usually attractive and sensible in both shapes and  colors.    *  At Barclay and Co's, Miss Brown is  showing* beautiful collection of the  latest Parisian creations, among others the famous beehive model whi.h  is perhaps the most  interesting  thing . use ;u blasting uppers.  There will be a spe ial Easter service at the Presbyterian church on  Sunday.  Iu sinking a shaft on the Greyhomd  fraction iu Deadwood camp a strike of  ore has been made from one to two  feet in width carrying values of oue to  three ounces id gold and '15 ounces in  silver.  Messrs. Bayley and Goldsmith, of  Edmonton,who-have been in the Boundary for two weeks -jivingdemotistrat-  ions- with their new safety powder have  returned to that city for a short time.  This new powder is in granular form,  though it may be made into a paste for  shown invthe present Easter   millinery  fashions.!  It is smok-less a*id practically   gas-  less.    At  present  the owners  of  this  Plo-al decorations, especially roses ��� valuable patent are manufacturing the  and violets, are much in vogue, while j powder on a small scale at Edmonton,  black atirt wliite, brown and mauve are j but we understand it is their intention  the prevailing colors in a splendid ar- I to establish a factory for production on  ray of pleasing gifts which Dame la , a commercial scale at Greenwood, as  Mode hafj'-to offei to her devoted follow- j this city is the center of a large aud  ers. 1 growing mining district where the con  sumption of blasting powder promises  to be very heavy in the near future.  The feeling is general that a week  Thirty ladies will take part in the  Spinster's Convention at the Auditorium on Wednesday the 14th. Two rehearsals weekly have been held for the ''ly half holiday should be agreed upon  past six weeks and the pl*��y promises  to be lhe:|inost amusing entertainment  past six weeks and the  play  promises | by the business houses of the city dur  t amusinir entertainment   the summer months ; and the  ever given in the cily.  Easter Day services at -St. Jude's  churcb:-;Holy Communion, 8 am;  matins And Holy Communion (choral)  at 11 a ni. Festal evensong with special miii-ip 7 30 p.m. The church will  be decoftjted. The children will present theitj Lenten missionary boxes at  the 11 o'clock service.  The funeral of the late Alexander  Wilson, of Midway, took place from  St. Jude's church on Monday afternoon  to the Church ot England cemetery Rev  F, WWrablea officiating; part of the  service at'the grave being taken by  Rev. E. ,Urilson, a priest of the American churcb.and brother of thedeceased.  The chcrSjOf St. Jude's attr-ndeJ at the  church. ������:*���'  idea has  been proposed that arrangements  should be made with the '.neighboring  towns to agree upon the same afternoon  for the promotion of gam: a and matches  in various sp6rts and other forms of  amusement.  COMES OUT A RIBBON  LIES FLAT ON THE BRUSH  This is the way the new Tooth Paste acts, and  it is a good paste for cleansing, it is a mixture  of a tooth w;ash and a tooth powder, the wash  being antiseptic, and the powder a cleanser.  We sell it for Twenty-fire Cents a tube, same  price by mail.  PARKER'S LIQUID TAR SHAMPOO  This preparation is becoming deservedly popular, both as a shampoo and dandruff remover.  You can use it in your home or get it'lit vour  barbers.    Half pint bottles Fifty Cents. V    ���  '     }%Y  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC GO,  THE STORE OF QUALITY.  fiiffinffj  For Sale���Buggy in good condition; $65. Light wagon, in  good condition, $65. Light single harness, $15. Also good 7-  year old horse, weight 1150 lbs.,  he's a beauty. A. L. White-  Second-hand Man.  Antiseptic Haad Cleaner has  got soap skinned a mile. Wa  guarantee the goods. 2nd Hand,  A. h. White-  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Children's  & Carriers  AT GULLEY'S.  Ten Styles ranging in price  From $3.75 up  HOUSE FURNISHERS -


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