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 ;: 'illS^BlP'liilf ������?$��  '���W*?E^W?$:Wi  \:  ...    >;.:-.-;:fr|)R--V;. .-'���  YOI/'. 1.2  'GREENWOOD,   B. ���.,'} FRIDAY-   FEBRUARY 1-4^1908.  <*><*<>9*>0000-0<><X>-OC.^^  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store   : '  ._���   8 /    '- ������  Big Values ia  ^  ^  LOCAL MEN  VISIT NORTH  Inspection of Moresby Island  L Limits Makes Pleasant Trip  ���All Boost for BX.  -,c  My  Lt-v-lV'-V'*'"-"'-  Ir-vy;��:    'm'.Y-  KvA..'1..  fi-YY-  tey-:  feoy;.  v-vs?.-V--.  If  ;���; :.'' .���">  We are headquarters for,Carpets, and Rugs  * of "all kinds and have lately added  largely  * to our stock.        s * ~ i  As a special inducement to buy early this  , spring, during the month of February we,  are offering a liberal discount for cash on all  , Carpets and Rugs.    We .also make, and  lay  them without extra charge.  No trouble * to  show 'goods.  T.WL Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -,  i  Phone 27  Greenwood, B.C-.,  ,- ' -  -- ��� ' - ^  oooo-oooooo-oo-oo-oo-cmoooooooooo<^^  w  mi'i  I  gorrecl "Foot JMte  Rich's Famous  -Shoes  -Without  Elutlc  Instep  ElastU  Instep  With or Without "Elastic Instep'  THE GENUINE' ture THE 'IM9I.C OS BVBM 801&  ��ccr.i>T ���*�� eiirisTi'niTjs,  *A Shape for Every Foot.  A Style for Every Fancy.  A Shoe fo? Every Occasi&n.  3C  Correct in  Tattem.  Correct in Sbctye  Correct in Fit.  X  Tbey Fit   three  Times���  Fit tbe Eye,  Fit tbe Purse,  Fit tbe Foot,  *      YX  RENDELL & CO  Dry Goods. Boots & Shoes  consequent  ineireifirienqjis assured by a guarantee which enables ,-  the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of  charge by the nearest agent in any part of the world. They  are not made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.  From a trip up to the coast,  lasting nine days, and including  visits to Prince Rnpeft, Port Simpson and the Moresby Islands, W.'  C. Thomas- who had been . a  member of the' party witti * W.  T. Hunter, of the Hunter Ken-  drick Co-'- and W. C. Thomas, of  the Dominion Copper Co., returned to Greenwood last night. The  outing was** organized by H.'F.  Hnnter, brother ot W. T. Hnnter  and -general agent of the Chicago,  Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway  and its object was the inspection  of the 100 timber limits,which  the Moresby Island Lumber.-.-'.Co.  own on Graham and Moresby Islands. In addition to this, it  formed the occasion for a very enjoyable reunion between Mr.Hun-  ter and his brothers, James Hunter, of Rossland, \J. C. Hunter, of  Fargo, N.D., and W, T. Hunter,  cf Greenwood.  The round trip occupied ��� nine  days. At Port Simpson, on the  way north, Chief Dudewas gave  the visitors a great reception.  The Indian band escorted them  to the chief's house, where many  civilities were exchanged. An  equally cordial reception awaited  the party at Skigegate. The Indians there vied with the white  j residents iri endeavoring to create  a'favorable impression respecting  the resources of the islands.  Speaking of the result of, their  investigation, Mr. H F. Hunter  said:  "After examining a few of the  limits our most sanguine expectations were surpassed. It did not  take us long to decide to proceed  this spring with the construction  of a $400,000 saw-mill. We hope  to have it completed and in' full  operation next fall. The plant  will also include a shingle-mill.  If conditions later on warrant it  we will keep on increasing ttie  equipment from time to to time.  Of course our decision to start  work on the mill this spring is  contingent on the Grand Trunk  Pacific proceeding proceedingwith  construction work at Prince Rup.  ert this coming summer. We shall  cut lumber for the export and domestic trade Owing to our proximity we expect to do a big business in Prince Rupert as soon as  building operations there get under way. The mill will be located at a point on Cumshwa Inlet.  The exact site has not yet been  chosen.  Experts in the party made an  examination of semi-anthracite  coal seams on. Graham Island.  These lands embraced ten claims  held under option by certain individuals. The experts turned  down the proposition. They advised that the seams are small  and much broken up owing to the  faulted formation- , The options  will not be taken up. We were  told that better showings existed  farther inland. We did not visit  those places as there was consid-  able snow on the higher elevations in the interior of the island.  ���'Every member of the party  was verv favorably impressed  with the great future in store for  the Queen Charlotte Islands and  the northern Mainland. Lack of  time prevented us visiting the cop-  and gold camps on ' Moresby Is-  lasds, which this spring promises  to be the scene of jgreat mining  activity. I shall revisit the is  lands in May in connection with  our saw-mill enterprise. Many  other members of tiie party are  likely to do,likewise. Our visit;  while for the majority a pleasure  trip, pure and simple, will likely  result in the investment of a large  amount of American capital there  and "on the mainland. Every  member of -the party returns home  an'enthusiastic 'booster' for British Columbia:;  "We . were y all /favorably impressed with Prince Rupert. The  harbor and toWnsita are excellent  I expect the Grand Trunk Pacific  will lay out a model city, which  owing.to prevailing- conditions,  will grow more rapidly thanother  Pacific coast cities did. when first  provided with railway facilities.  I really Relieve that TPxince Rupert has more resources tributary  to it than any. point between  Nome and San pie^o,1" concluded  Mr. Hunter,. ���'���������������"..%���������..  No. 23  TUNNEL GOES  RIGHT AHEAD  ���'.������:. .     i- ���.....-.  *'.-���������   ���    ���'' a. ��� -.'-. ���*  | Mining Progress f  ���*���' r   .'?���-.-' '������'- ��� -������'.. -��  ->9#����*O'>^**��*��0***'* If* �����*>��#*)-��#  lscon-  l  The ore at the Crescent  ���irluing to" shqwiip well arid shipments   will   begin', this   month  An ore car wiiibe sent out this  month and two next month  l A specimen of ore, on exhibition  at Bubar &��� McKay's was  brought by this week's stage from  Beaverdell. The dimensions of  the specimen are; about 12 inches,  of solid galena; with considerable  native sil ver showin g through it.  It-iedtnes' -from -the'-itkHb-^oy^'-k'-Y^  .At _ the ' TJiamond-Texas, this  week, the '.. men r an y into some  quartz with fine stringers of ore.  The ground is improving steadily  now and the owners' aire -almost  sure, that'they will break into the  ore within a few feet.  '-. Although nothing has been of-  ficiallp given out, ,it is understood  that the bonds for wliich tenders  were asked by the Providence  Mining Company have been taken  up and are being satisfactorily  disposed of by the officers, of-the  Company in Chicago.: ���-,''���������  The adjourned meeting of the  Royal Victoria Mining Company  is to be held- this afternoon at five  o'clock in the office of J.D, Spence,  the head- office of the company.  It is altogether likely that the  bond offered by J. A. Thompson,  of Spokane, on the Golden Eagle  property on the North Fork will  be accepted.  CONSECRATION OF ST.  JUDE'S CHURCH.  St. Jude's Church will be con-  scrated on Sunday, February 23.  TheRt:. Rev. John Dart, D.D.,  Bish*p of New Westminster will  preach at both the morning and  evening service, 11 a.m. and 7.30  p.m. f  A serious fire occurred at Ferry  on Suuday morning about seven  o'clock when the large general  i store of the Soule Merchantile  Co. was completely gutted. The  fire also cleaned out a saloon and  the post office with a verv heavy  loss. The Mercantile Co. will  lose at least'$20,GU0.  City Ready to Bonus Propo-  sition---Board of Trade Enthusiastically Endorses It  In the Palmer Mountain tunnel,  eleven leads have been cut and'l  stock that a tew years ago was  for sale at any price, is now not  on the market. See what the  Greenwood tunnel may do for a  few town lots.  y At a special meeting of the  Board of Trade held in the rooms  of the Greenwood Club on Friday  afternoon last, Richard Armstrong, representing a number of  Chicago capitalists', outlined the  tunnel proposition which has  been in the air fdr -the past  month. The project was freely  and favorably discussed and the  scheme was given au enthusiastic  endorsation by the largest meeting oi the Board of Trade he'd in  Greenwood for a longtime.  It is proposed to use the tunnel  to tap at depth all the high grade  properties on the hill east of this  city. It is well known that no  finer ore can be found anywhere  than that whjlch the Strathmore,  Freenii-int,Prince Henryand Crescent contain but''the expense; of  working them by shaite on account of breaks and faults in the  drifts . has hitherto made. their  profitable development very dis-  couraging. At present the Crescent is showing lip well and it is  understood will ship some ore  next week, but if these veins can  , be cut; where the ore bodies are  larg-er, there is absolutely nothing  to* prevent Greenwood from becoming the richest high-grade  mining camp in Southern British  .Goltunbi^.r^i;,.^;.:... "- ' ������' .;.'.���._���-.-��� .--���  The tunnel' which is to ��� be run  will be 9x9 arid will have as* its.  objective point, a station underneath the Granby mines at Phoenix. First it is expected to tap  the Strathmore and Freemont  veins and the 'completion of the  third section will, itis considered,  put it past' the Crescent. It is,  however, r the opinion of many  mining engineers,: including Dr.  S. Peacock! who w��s here with  Mr. Armstrong, that these  high  grade veins will be    met   with  .    -..-������-.'" ��� 'i  every 300 feet or so and that the  main tunnel will only be the beginning of many miles of tunnel  work in the hill.  The following letter given by  Mayor Bunting to the -promoters  explains very clearly and definitely the'relation of the City-to the  scheme:  Greenwood, B.C., Feb, 8,1908  S. F. Johnson, Esq., "  Chicago, 111.  Dear Sir,  I take pleasure in informing you  that I am personally in favor of  Mr. Richard Armstrong'* proposition to build ob construct a tunnel from Greenwood to Phoenix  on the following terms and conditions���namely that the City of  Greenwood is to bonus said tunnel  prosposition to the extent of $50,  000 in bonds of the City, payable  as follows : $5,000 of bonds on  the completion of ?,000 feet of  said tunnel, a further sum of $10,  000 of bonds on the completion  of 2.000 additional feet or when  in 4,000 feet, $15,000 of bonds  when the tunnel has been completed 6,000 feet and the balance  of $20,000 of bonds when the tunnel has been completed to Phoenix.  I have laid, this prosition before  the Aldermen in an informal way  and they are all favorable to it.  I, further, had the Board of  Trad�� call a meeting and Mr.  Armstrong laid his proposition  before them and they unanimous  ly   endorsed   it.    So   I-  have no  doubt that the by-law   granting  said bonus will be carried.  Yours truly,  H. Bunting, Mayor  Some of the claims   along  the  route of the tunnel are the Strathmore, Freemont,  Prince Henry,  Defiance,   Last Chance  end  the  Crescent.   A lot of money   has  been put in these  properties at  various times by local people and  it   is   estimated   that   nearly   a  million dollars worth of ore has  been   taken  out   of thefn.   The  men who are behind the scheme  are men  who are  interested in  these properties and have a good*  idea of what they are.    It is  expected that work will be    started  on the hill perhaps with a month  and in a very few   months   some  idea of what the tunnel   will do  for Greenwood will be known.  If You Wish  C.P.R. CHANGES  The announcement of the transfer of Supt. D. C. Coleman of the  Kootenay division of the C.P.R.  has been recalled and a new slate  of changes has been issued by  ���the company.    It -is  understood  ***  that the arrangement followed 'a  protest from the railroad?s heaviest shippers on this division, to  whom Supt. Coleman's work has  given much satisfaction. Difficulties Of transportation on this  division were for sometime a  much discussed matter and it is  creditable to Mr. Coleman to have  such striking testimony to his  efficiency. Allan Purvis whowas  to come here, gOes to the Pacific  division office, with headquarters  at Souris.  G. Erickson of Cranbrook is  ���transferred- to t&S"forestry^epat't'--  ment of the company. .'Ji^rpwn^  lee, superintendent at Moose.Jaw  succeeds Mr. Erickson aty Cranbrook; J. G. Taylor, superintendent at Fort William, goes to  Moose Jaw; G/ E. Graham, supt-.  intendentatSiuris is transferred  to Fort William.  L-^The ,'junior---.hpckey_ teams..oof.  fioerii*^ and Greenwood will play  here on Saturday evening.  HOCKEY.  On Friday last the Greenwood  Hockey Team played their .Second  match of the series, this time  with Grand Forks and with more  satisfactory results, the score being 6-4 iri their favor.  Owing to the hard practice the  boys' have been putting in since  the former gatne they were able  to make a much better showing,  in the last half of the game, this  was especially noticeable -when  they were able to out-skate their-  oponents in almost every instance.  The game was fast and clean,  the latter due in part to the strict  and impartial referee. With the  splendid big rink at Grand Forks,  the play was much more open  and thus was much more interesting to the spectators. The  player deserving of especial mention was Watson, goal-tender for  the "Red and Wtii-es" who for  practically a green hand is  makinga splendid showing. Keep  it up old man and you'll be a star.  The Grand Forks and Greeri-  wood Intermediate hockey teams  played a tie game on the rink  here last night. Ia the first  half the Grand Forks lads had  things pretty nearly their own  way scoring three goals. In the  other half, by a rearrangement of  the men Clerf coming up and Mclntyre coming out of goal, the  story was reversed and the game  ended in a ti��. At tim��& there  was good, fast, hockey but it was  spasmodic. More training and  more experience in matches will  make the boys good hockeyists.  In the latter part of the game,  Mclntyre received   a   bad   swat  lift!  Wire us for Quotations  Our facilities for buying  Dominion, B.C., or  Granby Stocks  on the curb in New York  orBostonareuneq-uaJJed  Even our competitors  acknowledge that we  can buy these stocks  cheaper than the y.  Why? Because our  Eastern connections are  of the very fest. ���  The stock i 'business is  a sideline \w|th us consequently we can  afEord  to handle your business t  on a very small margin  Give us your limit and  we -will fill your order at  a lower-figure if possible  '������ We will wire you the  New York opening quotations daily, if desired.  JVfcDER]^ &  NELSON,  B.C.  from a flying puck, breaking his  nose.  The Rossland and Nelson teams  will meet in Grand Forks tomorrow night. A speal train will be  run from Greenwood to .Grand  Forks returning after the game  AMONG THE CURLERS.  Following is result of play to  date for Warren cup :  Bishop.  Bishop....  Bishop.,,,  Bishop   Bishop;.  McDonald  Beattie...  Birnie....  Birnie1....  ....18  ....12  ......15  ...:. r  ...14  Fritb..'   Birnie   Beattie.  McCreath...  Johnson....  8   Bishop   16   Warren   Beattie,.   MeCreath...  McDonald,..  Johnson   Birnie   MeCutcheoi*1  Beattie  S  Warren ...11  McMynn........ 8  Dill  8   Bishop... 7  Johnson....... -.15   McCutcheon...'- 4  Birnie .  Dill  Dill...,  Dill....  Dill...  Dill...,  Dill....  ......18   15   15   14  .......18  ......15  ......12  .'. 16   12  10  11  5  6  9  11  6  (5  (5  r.j  9  5  7  Johnson :10  Johnson 15  Johnson i 12  Johnson 10  Frith 18  Frith 12  Frith 12  Frith 15  Frith 12  Erith 18  Frith 18  Mc-Crenth 10  McCreath 15  McCreath 18  McCreath 14  McCreath '..,12  McCreath 12  McCutcheon 15  McCutcheon.:.. 18  McCutcheon 12  McCutcheon ., ..15  McDonald 11  McDonald 11  McDonald 11  McDonald ll  McDonald 12  Beattie v  Biruie ... .* . .14  Warren  o  McCreath  0  Dill....  8  Birnie 10  Beattie 6  Johnson  7  Warren       i  McMynn M  McCutcheon 7  Dill ������>  Frith 1!  Beattie 4  McCutcheon 8  McDonald lo  McMy.nn  8  McDonald  5  Bimi-' 13  Bishop il  Beattie.,'... 8  Warren 10  Johnson..    10  Dill...'....  e,  Beattie  c>  McMynn   McMynn  McMynn   McMynn  McMynn   McMyun....  McMynn  Warren   Warren.....  Warren   Wairen!.....  .. 9  ..11  ..14  ..18  ..12  -!l5  ..14  ..15  .. 7  ..13  -.14  Frith   Bishop   McDonald   Beattie   Johnson.   Birnie   McCutcheon..  Warren   Bishop   Birnie   McCreath..,..  McCutcheon..  . 11  . 8  . (i  . r>  . 3  .11  .10  ..1:1  . i>  STANDING OF RISKS.  WUS. LOX1  McMynn ...'.  7 :l  Fvith  7 :i  Diil  7 :)  McCreath  �� ���!  McDonald  G "���  Bishop  7 '   -!  Johnson  5 s  Warren  4  McCutcheon  4 >  Birnie  3 7  Beattie  I &  M  1  f  '--���?v'-':-..t-L  >7.:-'.7.-&I  &Ym  mw  mm  YYiY^Y  s-'Y.fi''Y^Y-,  ���yy^fYm  ��������� '���- ���''.���y.'i^M  ���!: '-^.-'-^-ii*'."--)  -;���  ���������; :V^H'-.��i)  iY-'Ym.  mdYY%m  ^Ymm  Y.~:..yyjyi.;'Wi%M  tYY^vM  ���-Y&m  YYYtQ.  'YSliA'tSl  '. ':;hI!i  YS$! ��nMapi����wi��ii��wwni-��iBmimi  mm&wmmai  mwmmmm  ?  '������;':  t.  m  THE  BOUNDARY   CREEK  xffiimmH^^  0=*  a=��<  a-***  ��/=--��  C=��i  Cr*  Cr-*  fr**-  <F��  fl****-  Cf*  fi-"*  0*-��*  ��/-**���<  <5=*  ..Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Best $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS  $422,689.98  Hob. President:   Lord Stxathcowa akid Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.  President:   Si--,G*sobob A.. Dkummond, K.C. M. G.  V'c��>-<>--aal-,est aad General Manager :   E, S. Clotjston,  \4&SV^^.\ New Yort, Chicago.  *��������  ���"-2  Brandies in London.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  ��- Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager, ^  Inammmmmmmmmmmmmmism  The CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  B. E. WALKER, President* ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  SAYINGS BANK~��)EPARTMENT  BANKING BY MAIL  Business mxy be transacted by mail with any branch of  the auk. Accounts may be opened, and deposits made  or v ithdr wn by mail. Every attention is paid to  out-tf-tow-i accounts.  wood's immediate surroundings  have a bigger future in fruit than  in minerals. Fruit can be grown  here no doubt, and The Times  doesn't discount the fruit industry  for a minute. But "what we're  after just now is low grade and  high grade ore bodies and ;let us  not a dissipate our energies. The  tnnnel scheme is the biggest thing  in our midst today and a uuited  and persistent Greenwood, back  of it is bound to make it a go- if  there's anything in the hills at all.  A nd who doesn't believe there  is ? Mining engineers from every  part of the country hare formed  high opinions of vthe prospects  tber��\ It's now up to the citizens  of Greenwood to stand behind the  scheme, give it every encourage  ment possible,shove with all your  might, and meanwhile don't forget that ore bodies up the other  hill are there ready to do bti-*in>ss  on a cheaper scale thau any'other  on the continent.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  /       notahy ptbuc.  Cable Addresi:      ���'Haiabtt."  < Bedford M'NeUl-s  Coons J. filorein-r & Meal's  iLelber"* __  Qaaaawooo. B. O*  BOUNDARY  VALLEY   L0D6B  Mo. 38.1. O.O. V.  Meets everr Tuesday Ereninfr at 8 00 In die  1. O. O. T. H-dl.    A cordial fnvi Uti-Mi la ex  tended to all sojourning twatlwm.  F. SPEARING, S. E. BEliT,  H. ��. V. G.  FRED B. HOLMES. Rec. Sec.  Sb��  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every f rMav  BY TB>  BouBdaiy Creek Printing and Pnblishim  Co., Lnntin,  northern fruits. With the gfcpwth  of Greenwood there will be a good  local market for these products  and if these orchard lands can be  worked as they are being worked  without artificial irrigation, the  fruit ranchers can certainly compete successfully in the markets  of the world. The district's development is one With Greenwood's  prosperity and the Board of Trade  is the natural advertiser of the  district.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pbb Yea* ��� ' I W  Six Months  135  To Fokbiok ConwT��rB��. 2 SO  Editor  A. D. Macf amahs  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14 1908.  The  annual   meeting  of   the  Board of Trade is to be   held   on  Saturday afternoon.   The main  business   of the meeting  is the  election of officers.    It is particu-  lary important   at  this stage in  Greenwood's  development    that  men should be chosen who will be  persistent,   capable   and    active  publicity men.    What Greenwood  needs now is publicity.    Only energetic,   intelligent,    continuous  advertising of the resources   and  possibilities of the Boundary district of whioh Greenwood is   the  natural, the inevitable   commercial centre, is needed to make this  section a compact, thriving, busy  district.   The boosting spirit is  contagious and if   the   Board of  Trade can get in and keep Greenwood's resources befor the public,  if it can only introduce to the notice of the homeseekers the fertile  land of the benches of   the   Midway district, there will be a development here that will stagger  even the visions of the most optimistic of our people.  Continually now we are meeting  men who are finding that particularly the benches of these low  rounding hills of ours are fertile,  ' well watered, and practically  frostless lands whieh are capable  of raising* the  most delicate  of  A letter appeared, in oar issue  of last week anent the truit growing industry. There is no doubt  about it, five or ten years from  now Greenwood is going to be the  commercial centre not only of the  mining industry, low grade and  high grade of the Boundary, but  it is going to be the market town  for a fruit and ranching country,  equalling the Okanagan and surpassing the wild wastes of the  Kootenay. Grapes raised by a  lady, at Rock Creek took first prize  at the Nelson Fair. Melons are  being raised successfully there  every year.  No more fertile land, no land  freer from frost, is for sale in  British Colnmbia than is to be  found on the benches at Carmi,  around Midway, including the  land of the Kettle Valley Irrigated Fruit Lands Company. These  stretches offer the m ist reason ..  able fruit land or ranching investment in the country today. Land  can be ��� bought on the benches in  the Midway Country fer $10  an acre which is equal to land  which either side either east or  west will cost nearly ten times  that amount. What we need is  more people���people with confidence in the country and the persistence and care which is always  necessary to make a success of  special agricultural work. Don't  forget that that part of the Boundary country south of us is, is getting there more every year with  the goods.  be'st results  have hitherto being  obtained, are now largely exhausted, for briar roor is a wild growth  not   fit for use until at least 35  years old, and therefore quite unfit for cultivation.   It is now necessary to go further afield, to prospect in districts difficult of access  and   expensive   to    work.     The  earthquakes in Calabria have also  done their share by causing emigration and scarcity of labor. The  combined causes have resulted in  an   increase 'estimated at 30 per  cent, in the pi ice of raw mt-e-'al  within the last four months.m<*k-'  ing in a J   an  increase of .100 j>er  cent, in three years."  Canada and th.-U.S Iiave greatly increased the ira-le in briar  rot pipes and though everyrpos-  sibl<* wood lias been tried, no ot  her Ci'tubines lhe qualities. w!ii�� b  make Arborica erica the only  possible' man rial Irom which to  make a sweet, cool and fragrant  pipe.  Owing to the bettered condition  of the metal market the rates on  i '  the smelting of silver lead ores  have been reduced by the Con sol.  idaied company from that -which  has beeu in force siuce October.  The Greenwood Orchestra will  hold a dance in the Masonic Hall,  two weeks from tquight. The  orchestra is now enlarged to ten  pieces will furnish music. .Show  the boys 1 hat you appreciate their  work by supporting them.  Over in the Similkameen, thev  know how to appreciate a eoorl  thing. This is what B Stone  Kennedy, of the Similksiripen  Star bas to sav of the work of the  member for Yale-Cariboo:  v "Duncan Ross, M.P. for Yale-  Cariboo, is making a record at the  present session of the Dominion  House. His recent speech on the  Asiatic question was one of the  ablest ever delivered in the House  His more recent speech touching  the McBride Government's trick-  ry in dealing with the Oriental  problem in this Province and Attorney-General Bowser's duplicity  in this matter is a masterpiece."  Even in the frost belt, where  one would think" hot air would be  appreciated, they appear to prefer  even raw blizzards'to the hot blasts  of the B.C. Legislature The  Saskatoon Phoenix doesn't temper  even its own language when it  speaks of the McBride following:  "That British Columbia bunch  of legislators are the knottiest  outfit of four-flushers that have  ever been together in Canada. It  is time the rest of the country  ceased to take them so seriously."  ��� Canad* b- gnu tlie 2Dih century  with the sarr'e population as the  United States bejr^-i the 19th.  Canada's pop.il.-n;on ��� by filSt  census of l(>r>5 wns 3,251; in 1763  was 70,000 ; at Confederation in  1867 Zl/2 millions ; in 1891 5,371,  315; on June 30, 1904, was estimated 5,604,328.  WATER WAGON   SHOTS  AND OTHERS.  General Notes  Cranbrook is agitating for the  University of British Columbia to  be situated there. The "Old  Man" has omitted one thing Cranbrook might confer above all other towns (except Greenwood in  future) in British Columbia, on  the youthful mind bent to learning. It could surround with  the atmosphere necessary to inspire a booster. The University  lad, needs it to keep him opti-  mistic^and cheery and if Old Man  Simpson's hot air about Cranbrook, couldn't wake up any lad's  cerebellum, he would have no  right to his roll of parchmetit.  But this isn't to say that Green-  SH1XOITS  Quick ease for the worst cough���quick  relief to the heaviest   cold���and SAFE  to take, even for a child.    g~\  That   is    Shiloh's   Cure.    *jUa*���S  Sold  under a guarantee   doUflhs  to cure colds and coughs   jn.  g~%   ���,  quicker   than  any   other   ** IjOlClS  medicine���or your money back.    34 years  of success commend Shiloh's Cure.' 25c,  60c., $1. ns  QUICKLY!  If the briar bushes refuse to  continue to curl and twist themselves in the same old fashioned  way in the hills of Sunny Italy,  the day will come when a briar  root pipe will be a luxury and your  pipe dreams if you are a poor man  will have to weave their fantastic  ways from a bowl of common clay  An English Journal, "Tobacco,"  puts the thing this way:  "Briar root (Arborica erica),  though a very common bush on  all the hills and forests of the  countries washed by the Mediterranean, is very rarely of commer-  mercial value, the proportion of  its volume susceptible of treatment for the pipe trade seldom  bearing any relation to the enormous bulk it is necessary to raise.  The forests which were near  0  the seaboard in Corsica, Calabria  aed Tuscany, and from which the  The man who takes " just one  more" before swearing off soon  makes room on. the water wagon  for another.  When a woman gives you "a  piece pf her mind" she usually  unrolls the whole bolt.  If you ride long enough the seat  on the water wagon will be quite  comfortable.  i   If you overlooked it on January  1 you might try making a good  resolution today.  When a man fails to think that  his home town is the best town  of its size v in the country it' is  time for him to seek another location.  A man's ideal woman is one  kind of a pipe dream.  Keep Zam-Buk Handy I  Accidents will happen to the  best regulated families, and  the necessity of keeping handy  a box of Zam-Buk���the valuable " first-aid " cannot be too  strongly insisted upon.  Mr. E, Webster, 519 Seigneurs Street,  Montreal, says: "One day as I was lifting  a pan of water off the Hove, my son Eddie  ran toward me and knocked the pan upwards. The water ran over his neck and  scalded him very badly, tt (s a very awkward place on which to keep a plaster and  several things which we tried failed to give  him relief. We then applied Zam-Buk  (which we had used some time before ior a  bad gathering on my little daughter's head)  and this acted like a charm. It drew away  the pain and healed the scald. We Iiave  proved Zam-Buk an invaluable remedy."  8END FOR FREE 8AMPLE  Acquaint jrounelf witb Zam-Buk. Said thu  coupon with ic stamp (for return postage) to  Tba Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, aad points a dainty  samplabox, - ��lfj  PROVIDE  POR YOUR  BODILY  COMPORT  byweorin-)  1  -<-?2*-s  1  mTCRPROOF  OILED CLOTHING  . suu 9* -vsuaw  : Every'Garment  Guaranteed  Zom-Buk's Wonderful "Way.  Zam-Buk is absolutely. unique"' in its  composition, and mutt not be confused with  cheap ointments containing rancid animal  fat which the., skin cannot absorb, and  which consequently instead of cleansing;  the pores clogs, them up.  Zam-Buk has revolutionized existing  methods of healing cuts, bruises, burns,  scalds, chapped hands, c-ild sores, diafing,  and treats in a new, scientific and effective  way the worst case of eczema, piles, ulcers,  bad legs, blood-poisoning, festering, psoriasis, scurf, ringworm, children's scalp  troubles, sores on the back, and all those  inflamed, burning,* irritable and diseased  conditions of the human skin that incapacitate and torture their thousand victims;  OF all druggists and stores, soc- a box, or postpaid from the ZanwBuk Co., Toronto, on receipt  of pnee.   3 boxes for $1.35.  Pacific Hotel  'Grieg & MorrisoIt, Prop.  The Pacific is^the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining- Men  Ia steam-heated, electric lighted;  the roonia are'larg-e and cosy.  The Kest Gujsine between.  \v liitiipejr Uiiiii the Coast.  ^4-f'-f4<*>--K*f  Straight    whiskey  maketh  crooked path. '  a  la. ttnexe��ll��i,W U evidtacia ky ita  iU pa-a-alari-ty lm all th* towa��  ���f theBana-lary.  For Sale it all Leidiar Hotels  Either Driufht or Bottled.  Patronise home industry by in-   .  ���isting on having  'ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEER  TBL.1S8  The Palace Livery Stable  EIO ill  IM  DRAYING... We Can Move Anything  F. G. BUCK CESS  PRO*RHETOR     . v'v" '"-" .  J-1'i  AT THB CHURCHES  Angucan���St. Jude's. Rev. John  Leech-Porter, B. D., pastor. Services  at 8.30 a.m., 11 a.m. Sunday school,  12  p.m.     All seats free.  Presbyterian���Services will be cen  du6ted morning and evening-, 11 a.m.  aud 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Mbthodist���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct aetvi;es as usual at  Methodist Church morning and evening  Sunday School at 2.30.  Catholic.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  onrth Sunday in each month. H��ly  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Rav. J. A. Bedakd, O. M. J��  pastor.  Get acouainted with  Black Wateh  the big black plug  chewing tobacco. A  tremendous favorite  eveiywhere, because of  its richness and pleasing  flavor.  3  House, aifja and all exterior and  and interior painting' aad decor?  ating promptly done.  Ulail Papering  Jlnd Kalsomininfl  Sead in your ���-pring orders.  Box 255, Oraaawood.  Shop Qovernneat street.  I  ��TEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Farnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.   Lighted   throughout   with electric lights.  First-class Bar.   Strictly up-totdate goods.  ,/  FIRST CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND N1GBT  ^^saa-ia-aM�����t^ ^#��*wa  ^^mmt^at^^^^^^m  o��acooooaft8��oooooooDoaaaoo  H.  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer  in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work andTr  Inside Finish,  Ete��  ESTIMATES FURNISHED  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  I PHONE 65.  oo^ooo^oooooooooo-ooooooooo  Ladies' Calling Cards; Holland Linen, can be Had at  The Timea Office, 50c a box.  Electric current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and - air-compressing plants, with an .absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service fpr operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save Yon Money  **  1+  +  +  **��f*4--*--*-f ��������������������������� J*^**^-**-*****--***  Tea   ..  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  '���������"'���������""-"^����������"--r,',,,"',",,,,'-"i'*"i"-"""-"~-"-"-  Dominion Exhibition 1906  8  BsH  inssrtiiiTiTilrii  mm  ��>/*, t;  EM WS&^  *yYYY$y^0$fffi  li^l^^��  BOUNDARY CREEK  TIMES  Tate Mill at Mt!  Milk in any form taken at night is apt to cause  digestive disturbance. Your night's rest is not re-r  freshing. To a-ppense hunger, or merely for company's sake, "BOVRIL," in the form of a t bouillon^  or sanwiched between then bread and butter, is excellent.  ' ,  After this light sqpper you -will sleep well  and awake r&ireshed.  Provincial Items  v.-.*-  ��� Near Hector, and from there to  - Field, B.C., the C.P.R. are-working on two tunnels, one 3,200 feet  " and one 2,800 feet in length. The  tunnels are spiral   in   shape and  one protal is 70 feet higher than  . the other.   They are on opposite  sides of the Kicking Horse River.'  '..���Jn both tunnels there will be a  ten degree curve and in  both the  N train will turn completely around.  . These will.be the first tunnels of  the kind in America,though "there  are said to be three under the  Alps. The dimensions of the  tunnel will be 17 feet wide,and 25  feet high. The contractors are  employing some SOO men and expect to have the whole work ' finished next fall* Active operations  ; are carried on from both ends of  (Bv? the tunnels arid the work is pro-  greasing at the rate of 30 to 40  feet every day.  which will handle 5000 cubic yards  per day, the American and B.C*.  Hydraulic Plncer Co. will work  the district this year. To the  value of the gold, is- added that  of blacksands desirable as smelter  flux, estimated at about 10 pounds  to the yard and valued at from  $37 to $200 a ton.  acquired by the publishers. It is  an intensely absorbing, tale of  the north, and will doubtless go  a long way to popularize^Western  Canada's new monthly.  IN 1908.  ..In nineteen eight  Don't >vac���8  ���   .      '  Nor rustic���8 'y '  But agit���-8 discreetly.  Jiist educ���8 :Y...: .'"'  And smile at fa���8  The while you w���8  And be fortuu���8 completely.  *���CranbrOofc Herald  Over, 40 delegates attended the  meeting of the B.C. Fruit Grower's Central Exchange at .Revelstoke last week. Handling their  fruit cost the members of the exchange last year only five per cent  of their sales. Y   --J  S. G. Blaylock,late tnanager of  tke Hall Mines Smelter at Nelson  has taken up his new duties as  superintendent Of the St. Eugene  -mine. On the 2000 loot leyerof  St. Eugene, a chute.of ore-40 feet  in width and 3d0 feet long has  been opened up. y  U:  The Vernon Board of Trade is  publishing a pamphlet descriptive  of the country around Vernon.  Publicity pays.  Placer Mining will be. resumed  . on Hall Creek near  Nelson   this  suittiner.   -These    claims    were  worked as early as 1692. By means  of modern hydraulic  machinery,  The debenture holders of tbe  Hall Mining and Smelling Co.  have taken posses-sion of the smelter and of the Silver King Mine  and other suchyproperty of the  company as is covered by trust  deeds to them. It is understood  that a new company has been  formed to operate these properties  for the debenture holders.  If you can neither sing nor  dance, attend the. Greenwood  Concert Orchestra's dance on  February 28 arid listen to the  good music. 1  Remember the Valentine Social  at Judge Brown's residence, Valentine night:   See advertisement.  y"WESTWARD HO!"  The February number of Westward Ho.! is by,far the best illustrated and most entertaining yet  attempted by the enterprising  publishers. A two-color cover  design of-"The Lions" at Vancouver, by Si P. Judge; a. superb  frontispiece and a score of clever.  stories and departments including  chat of the editor, "Men I Have  Met," makes the midwinter issue  a well-balanced : munber. Capt.  Clive Phillips Wolley commences  his serial "ShaktriuV'a' tale of  Sitka in the times of the Russians,  the rights i-or which have been  A Woman's Back  Has many aches and pains caused by  weaknesses and falling, or other displacement, ol the pelvic organs. Other symptoms of female weakness are frequent  .headache, dizziness, imaginary specks or  dark spots floating before the eyes, gnawing sensation in stomach, dragging or.  -bearing down in lower abdominal or pelvic  region, disagreeable drains from pelvic  organs,!aint spells wlth-general weakness.  If any considerable number of the above  symptoms are present there is no remedy  th^t wiHjjii ve quicker relief or a more permanent cb-*e than Dr. Pierce's Favorite  Preio*4sSlo*HSlt has a record of over forty  years of cumi�� It is the most potent  invigorating tonfeandsti-engthenihi-jne?  vine known to msc^caiscience. it is-made  of the glyceric extracts otlia^lve medicinal roots found in our; forests and contains not a drop of alcohol or harmful, or  habLt-forming drugs. Its iagredients. are  .all printed on tbe bottle-wrapper and attested under oath as correct. '������ '���  Every ingredient entering into "Favorite Prescription " has the written endorsement of the most eminent medical  wrjters of all the several schools pf practice���morfe valuable than any amount of  non-professional testimonials���-though the  latter axe riot lacking, having been contributed voluntarily by grateful patients  in numbers to exceed the endorsements  given to any other medicine extant for  the cure of woman's ills.  You cannot afford to accept any medicine  of unknown composition" as a substitute  for this.well 'proven Wmedy of bbtown  coMPosraou', even though the dealer may  make a little more profit thereby. Tour  interest in regaining health is paramount  to any selfish Interest of his arid it is an  insult to your intelligence for him to try  to palm off upon you a substitute. You  know what yon want and it is his business to supply the article called for.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the  original "Little Liver Pills" first put up  by old Dr. Pierce oveir forty years ago,  much imitated but never equaled. Little  sugar-coated graaulas���easy to take �����*  candy.  i>:-;\  #4^##y'i)^#@"  -*-.-���  , For Business Men:  Letterheads,  Envelopes,   v  Billheads,  Statements,  1 Receipt'Forms,  Business cards,  ���  'Posters.'  \ 'Dodgers,  . - Shipping Tags,  / For Rent cards,  v For Sale cards,  / Blotters, Etc.  *  Society Printing :  Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for Balls, Etc.  Dance Programs,  Concert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  Private Calling cards,  Lodge Printing, ..<���  church Printing,  ' Score cards,  Fine Half Tone  Printing,  Note Paper.  /      LOOSE LEAF SYSTEM  /have the necessary machinery for doing this class of work, and can furnish you  with billheads no matter what system you are using.  Mining Co.'s Printing:  Prospectus,  Handsome Stock Certificates,  Legal Documents,  '   Notices of Meetings,  Special Receipt Forms,  Time Cards,  Mining Reports,  Shipping Reports, Etc,  %  Colored Poster Printing:.  We are equipped to turn  out the b'e,6t color poster  printing in Southern.  British Columbia.  Work done  in two or three  colors or   ���  in combinations.  NEATNESS AND PROMPTNESS  and the quality of stock used are the main factors that,have-built us up the largest job  printing business enjoyed by any printing house in the Boundary country.  Government Street,  Phone 29  Greenwood, B. C.  Jl^fHfKp-^^  Recently in England the mind  ofthe public has been exercised  as to the correct pronunciation^ of  the word 'l -Bovril" the name of  the well known preparation of  beef..-       .YY ;���.--,.'  A consensus qf opinion has  been obtained1 by the proprietors  of the preparation. As many as  90640 voted for "Bov-ril" and  that seems to have been the favorite pronunciation. A Mrs.  Brain of Shirehampton near Bristol secured a prize of one hrindred  pounds, by giving the exact number of the majority of persons voting for "Bov-riL"  Whether pronounced "Bo-vril"  or ������Bov-riU" the prepara+iou is  vfery acceptable at this time of  the year.  *) *������M �����������<  SAYS THIS IS BEST  A leading health journal in answering the question, " What ia the beat  t prescription to clean and purify the  I  *f   blood ?    printa in a reeent issue the   ?  following:  Fluid Extract Dandelion one onnqe;  Compound Salatone, one ounce ;  Compound Syrup Saraaparilla, four  ounces.  Shake well and use in teaspoonful  doses after, each meal and at bedtime.  A well-known physician states that  ��   these are harmless vegetable ingre-   ��  dienta, which can be> obtained fiom  any good prescription pharmacy.  This mixture will clean the blood.  of all impurities. - In inst a few days  f  ��... -t.;_ *k��_-_. *��� .1 1  bofig  4-  and *  ilitated  men and woman. For many 'years  - > Saraaparilla alone has been considered  '' a good blood medioine. Bnt while I  '.'. it btujt np and made new blood, the  -- impurities remained within and the  I' good accomplished was only temporary. ' Saraaparilla, however, when  used in combination with Compound  Salatone and .Extract Dandelion,  works wonders. This combination -���  _ puts tha kidneys to work to filter "  *��� and sift out'the -waste matter, uric 4  11 acid, and other impuritiea that causa  4 disease. It makes new blood and  relieves rheumatism and lame baok  and bladder troubles.  I  We Core  Every Cms  We Tr^at  1  il*  '  mamamWm\WmmaamQ ^<  im       ^LlH  V     jSa\W.    .^a\a\m\^^mWma\   .71  IM  ^^^Lm\am^^*9fam\m\  /*^t  0  fl  OU* GUAJIANTKR:  UO PAY UWTJUfcS CURED  WbcB T��M H**4 8 &�����> |  cialiat. Ceiteult One of  Wide Exp��*ri��a.c*.  Wa ar* jot* mm cniptomm aar !����������  tiatb yaar. mm ��p��n'��l��aH ia nta'i faiuii.  During famam ynn cf daaa m^fbcmlion la  a .iofi. d������ mk iJiaiti wa War* aris'n.  ���lad aad p��ri��t(a<l Cbm-omif ma-mtifc aad  ctrtaia ������<��>������� bf arkicfe tKiaaa ili������a���� ara  cui^ad. It -r�� tmmfH ymmr caaa Ear treat.  nwat, a caa-a ia ka* a mmBkm arf a ��������������> ��Mi  THE  GOPPER  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. 15,1906)  Is a dozen books in one, covering- l he  history. Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurg v. Terminology, Uses, Statistics and Finances of  Copper. It is a practical book, useful  to all and necessary to most men engaged in any branch of the Copper  Indnetry.  Its facts will pass muster with the  trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by the averyday man.  It gives the plain facta in plain Bag-'  'ish without feaf or favor.  Its listB and describes 4626 Copper  Mines and Companies in all parts of  the world, descriptions running from  two lines to. sixteen pages, according  to importance of the property.  The Copper Handbook is conceded to  he the  ���HI'S- S1DH ffilWE  The Mining Man needs the book for  tbe facts it gives him about mines,  mining and the metal.  The. Investor needs the book for the  facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English.  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid^ on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  453 Postoffice Block, Houghton,  Michigan.  LAND REGISTRY,ACT  W�� s-uarania* fMrjr man a Oftlong  , -rar�� for Varlaoe*]*, Hjrati-oeala, Hr-tih-  ral Obstructions, BI��io4 ana Skin Plt-  oasas. Pmutaxto Tr-Mbhw, FUm. Fistula, Lass ar Vital rmmr, SCidney,  Bladda* ana SpaaUl Olsaaaar. Wa  espaetally offar mar sarvtsas ta tfcesa  who ar* aflUsUd wftb -ssais-iaM as a  raaaK af ttmtr m fsUWM or uatuai.  ^ On-p'mathods ago up U ilsta and  ar* andorsaa fcy the Uchast madUal  authorlUes ar Saraaa ana America,  Hens* our rr-csssi In ta* treatment of  Men's lHa��una. Saamasar. mar spa-  elalty U IlmltaS ta tha Cisaasasaf KJEM  fltMafMmu,  COMSUL-fATIO*  If yam asaaet caM," write far  Ma��yaa>aan��ata oajai m  SCOTT  MEDICAJL CQMPAHT  Wa  ���artala.  ��ka  MIKERALACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  GRANITE MOUNTAIN aud IRON KING  MINERAL CLAIMS, situate In the Greenwood Mining- Division of Yale District,  Where  located:    On Eholt Creek.  TAKE NOTICE ttiatl. C.31. Shaw,a-rent for  James Sullivan, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B6721 and Jerrj- Driscoll. Free Miner's Certificate No. B6720, intend, sixty days from tlie dale  hereof, to.apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements,f or the purpose of  obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim,  And farther take notice that action, nnder  section 37. mast be commenced-before the issuance of snch Certificat<*of Improvements.  Dated this 8th day ot(November, A. D. 19OT.  '  - ���    C. JR. SHAW,  B.CL.S.  Application No, 12535a.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  TAKE NOTICE that an application has  been made to reg-lster Harcourt P. Dickinson' as the owner In Fee Si mple.i-rider a Tax Sale-  Deed from George Birkett Taylor. Collector of  Aittnlcipality of the City- of Greenwood, to  BarcourtP. Dickinson,beariutrdate the7th day  of December.A.D. 1907, of all and singular that  certain parcel or tract of land aud premises  situate, lylnff and being In the City of Greenwood, in the Province of British Columbla.morc  particularly known and described as���the North  36 feet ofLot Five (5), Block Elevan (11), Map  Twenty-One (21), City of Greenwood.  Too and each of yon are required to contest-  the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five  days from the date of the lirst insertion of this  notice, and in default of a caveat or certilicate  of lis pendens being- filed���and in default of redemption���within snch period, yon will be for  ever estopped and debarred frorr settln-r up any  claim to or in respect of the said land, and I  shall register Harcourt P. Dickinson as owner  thereof.  Dated at Land Reg-lstry Oflice, Kamloops,  Province ef British Colombia, this Sixth  day of January, A.D. 1903,  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Regiatrar  To LAURA A. WARD- 7t  TAKE NOTICE that an application has been  made to register Jamas Henry Big-gins as  the owner in Fee Simple, under a Tax Sale  Deed from George Birkett Taylor, Collector of  Municipality of City of Greenwood, to James  Henry Hlg-gins,beannp date the Twentieth day  of December. A.D. 1907, of all and singular that  certain parcel or tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the City of Greenwood,  in the Province of British Colnmbia, more particularly kndwn and described as Lot twenty-  three (23), Block J, Map 46, City of Greenwood,  B.C.  Yon and each of yon are required to contest  the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-  five days from thedateof the first insertion of  tbis notice, and in default of a caveat or certificate of Us pendens being filed���and in default  of redemption���within such period, you will be  forever estopped and debarred from setting op  any claim to or in respect of the said land, and  I shall register James Henry Higgins as owner  thereof.  Dated at Land Registry Office, Kamloops,  Province of British Columbia, this Thirty-first  day of December, A.D.. 1907.  W. H. EDMONDS, District Registrar.  Ta Edward Nash, Esq., and  WlLLtAM-H. ASQDITH.  LAND NOTICES  Slmilktmeen Land District-   District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I Henrv! Strauss of  Midway, B.C., bv occupation Farmer,  intend to apply for permission to purchase the  fallowing described land: Commencing at a  poat planted at the North West corner of H.  Strauss Pre-emption Lot No. *8" S, thence north  80 claims; thence east SO chains; thence south  80 chains; theace west 80 chains to point of  coaraenceaent, and containing HO acraa, more  or leas.  HENRT STRAUSS,  Dated February 3rd, 1908.  For, Sale or Rent Pianos, Sew-  I ing Machines, Organs, Etc. A.  j h. White, The 2nd Hand Man.  I Phone 16.  CO.,   LTD.  New Westminister, B, C.  ���a* ii  >����������-i*--frC-:-<'-ft-*aa*0^^ '  LAND NOTICES  Form of Notice.  District  Similkameen Land District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I Spen^ar Benerman,  of Midway, B.C.. occupation Miner.Intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted st the North  West corner of Lot No. 788a, thence north 40  chains; thence east 80 chains; tbence south 40  chains; thence west 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing- 320 acres more or  less. .  Dated the 14th day of December, 1907.  SPENCER BENERMAN.  Per H. STRAUSS, Agent.  Form of Notice.  District  Similkameen Land District.       ......... .of.-yale- iY..,- -.^  TAKE. NOTICE that I Frederick. David  Long, of Park Rapids, Minn., occupation  bookkeeper, intend to apply for permission to-"  purchase the following described laud:  Commencing at a post planted at the Sonth  East corner of Purchase Record No. 264s,thence  north 80 chains; tlience east 80 chains; thence  south 80 chains; thence west SO chains to point  of commencement, and. containing 640 acres,  moreer less. <  FREDERICK DAVID LONG;  Per HENRY STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated thc 25th day of November, 1907,  LAND NOTICE  OsoyoosLand District. District of Yale  /-pAKE NOTICE that we A J. Hughes "aad  -1- Sara McOrmond, of Eholt. B.C., Occupation Carpenter and Store Keeper, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted 40 chains in a  southerly direction from a C P.R. Survey Part  marked N.E. Corner.Lot 2701, thence sonth 40  chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north 40  chains, thence east 80chains to place.of com  raencement, 320 acres mora or less.     v  A.J.HUGHES.  SAM McORMOND.  Dated October Uth, 1907.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE That Ellen.Long, of Park  Kapids,   Minn., occupation   Housekeeper,  intends to apply   for   permission  to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing at  apost planted at the Sonth East corner of Application to  Purchase Record No. 264S being  Survey Lot No. 788S; thence east 80chains ;  thence sonth 60 chains;  thence west 80 chains;  thence north 60 chains to point of commencement, and containing 480 acres, more or less.  ELLEN LONG,  Per Henry Strauss,' Agent  Dated December 9th, 1907,,  Similkameen Land District   District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that William Edward McArthur oi Greenwood, British Colombia,  by occupation Lumberman, intend* to apply  for a special timber licence mver the following  described lands: Commencing at a poat planted  at about five chains distant In an easterly  direction from the northwest corner of A.  Fisher's pre-emption. Lot 1098; thence east  abont 36 cliains; tbence sonth 40 chains to O  Eustace's northwest corner; tbence eaat 35  cliains; thence norib 40 cbains to Lontler's  S'Mithwest corner; thence north 40 cbains;  thence east 10 chans; tbence north 40 cbains;  thence west so chains; ihence south 80 cbains  to the place of beginning and containing 640  icres, more or less.  Located the 17th day of December, 1907.  William Edwaxd McAkthos.  Dated 27th December, 1907. 1a34t  Form of Notice.  f?00,��-,*<��,00O0���>O��>��>~*-^004,>0eOC>--   >  CANADIAN  :..-..���  PACIFIC  R AIMAY!  For those who could not getaway  during the busy Holiday Season  we recommend  Banff  Alta.  .Thia Far-famed Sanitarium witu  its Sulphur Spring* and Unsurpassed accommodation ia JUST.  THK PLACE to build and get  a FRESH START,  Rate* $2.50 per Day and Up  - Thia Company operates Through  Standard Sleeping Cars. Dining  Cars and First Class Tourist  Sleepers.  For Rates, Reservations and any  information desired.  Call onor:write,  J. MOB, R. J. COYI*B,  D.P.A. Nelson      A-O.P.A'.Yancoaver  ���.   ft.   IMDPATH.   AOBNT  OXEKNWOOD, .       ���  ������������������OOOOOQOOgQS-��B��S*��*S-Ooi  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead fiep  latioDS.  ANT available Dominion Lands within tbe  Railway Belt ia British Columbia, may be  homasteaded by any person who is the sole  head of a family, or ��ny male over li years of  age, t< lhe extent of one-qnarter aactlon of .160  acres more v4 less.  Jtu'-y must be made personally at the local  land c Bice for the district in which the land la  sltn .e. Entry by prosy may, aawever, be  ma e. on certain conditions by the father,  mrtfaer, son, daughter, brother or sister of an  in;endlng homesteader.  The homesteader la required to perform the  conditions connected therewith nnder one of  the following plans:  (1) At least six months' resid��uc*> upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, If the father la  deceased), 'of the -homesteader resides upon a  /arm In the vicinity of the land entered for.tlic  reqalrementi as to residence may be satisfied  by such'person residing witb the father or  mother.  [3J If tbe settler has' his permanent resldenec*  npoo -*������>- ning land owned by him in tbe vicinity it hia' homestead, the requirements as to  residence may be satisfied by residence upon  the said land.  Six months' notice In writing should begiven  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at  Ottawaof Intention to apply for patent.  Coal..���Coal mining rights may be leased for  a period of twenty-one years at an annual  rental off I per acre. Not more than J.S-0  acres shall be leased to one individual or  company, A royalty at tbe rate of lire cent  par ton ahall be collected on the nuTchantable  coal mined.  W. W. COIIV,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of this ad  vertlssment will not be paid for.  Siinilr-ameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE tha'.C.C. Rhodes, of Nelson, Province of British Columbia, by  occupation Accountant,'intends to apply for  permission to purchase tbe following described  land: ���  Commencing at apost planted at tbe North  East corner of Gorman West's Lot No. 2847, on  the West Fork of the Main Kettle River, tbence  south 40 chains; thence East 40 cbains; tbence  north 40 chains ; tbeiuc west 40 cbains to point  of commencement, and contain ing 16u acres  mitre iJ less.  Dated November 20th, 1907.  C. C. R   opes.  Per Joseph H. Leasia, Agent  Similkameen Land District-   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE tbat Joseph H. Leasia of  the District of Yale, Province of British  Columbla,bv occupation timber cruiser, intend*  toapply for permission to purchase tbefolloninir  described land: Commencing at a post marked  J, A, Leasla's *S.E. Corner Post situated at tha  North East corner of J.H, Feeney'�� application  Lot 6X2; thence north 20 chains; thance vre.-t  20 chains; theace south iO chains; thence east  20 chains, to place of commencement, and containing 40 acres, more or leas.  Joseph H. Leasia, Locator  Dated November 2nd, 1907.  Simiikameen Land District.  District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that Anna WIls -a. of Park-  Rapids, Minn., occupation Housekeeper.  Intends to applv for permission to purchase  the following described lands: Commencing  at apost planted at the North East corner o f  W. Hager's Pre-emption Record No. 11SS, Ixintr  Snrvey Lot No. 7b~9S ; tbence East 80 cliains ;  thence south 60 chiles: thence Went 80 cbaim;  thence north 60 chains, to point of commencement containing 480 acres, more or less.  ANNA WILSON,  Per Henry Strauss. Agen;  Dated December llth, 1907,  ���:il  YYM  '���1  V.J  '���     I  ���    ..:    ��� :.,'yy!^  '       ���   .,..- .      :��� -��� ��� w-."v  . .* " ���        ���';., '���",*���<  ;-:.v"X y-i*^  my-yyef  *������,.-"   ���, ���:-  .'��� .���".-./  YY''YYy^M  YYYY-.YYYYVi  "' v-'-S-.���'������-*-."S.1^  YyYYY YY'YYYM  ..���:'*$Y'Yihm  mmm  :-���������.������'���'���'���'j*?��  '���'-'.-������'Y'-'-v-ifi  rYy<,YYt*m  v��Y.YYYi?mi  YfiYYS'YWfc  'YY^Ytm  Y yY'YUY "  YYYy'mm  Y-YYyYYYm  3?iSf*3  -,    . .-ir-*-*-?...- $*SSb  'mWiiMt  mm��  ytfvk'tiYYnx  'Tr|-Mi*?  ������Y^i-mm  ':':'*���  ^i^^ggiieii^ii  Bi  i^fSlliSli:li  il  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  Seasonable Goods  a*  >:  We carry y a full line of Cooking-,  Heating, and Ranges from the best  makers. :        :        :        :        :  Groceries  Our Grocery Department is complete and we can outfit the smallest  house to the largest camp,     s  GENTS' FURNISHINGS  We carry none but the best in Men's  and Boy's Clothing���In fact we are  THE OUTFITTERS in this line.  ft  t  ji COMPANV,   LTD.  \ HARDWARE           CLOTHING         GROCERIES  |     _ .        _���  5^J^--'"'��r*S=v*-��.��T*-a��r-v*-^^  Always Ask for  Mon  Hi if  li  Greenwood Liquor Co,  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  .* JS J�� & Jit Jt St St St JV St St Jit St St JX 'JU , St St St St St St St St Jf ��J* J* .J* J* J* ���* & ��*  .'TRUNKS!  To the traveling public or those in need of  a Trunk to keep their many itkas in. we offer  at a price a wee bit above cost, for one week  only any trunk, valise, bag or suit case in  our establishment. ': : :  TRUNKS BM3 �����&*�����?  Remember these  Trunks are not  like the Elephant's���  -33  ���j:--  Phone 16  *��  -ft  -s  *s  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe'  fe  fe  -fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  FURNITURE AND STOVE MAN fe  fe  **.  THEY  CANNOT  BE  SKINNED  Saratogas, Stateroom, Ladies' Dress  Trunk, Leather Valise, Suit Case, Gladstone, Kit, Club, Cabin and Courier Bags  A. L. WHITE  oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo  CRITERION RANGES  11' These are they that ye judge by. ��� -  1[ We can sell them cheaply.  A full  lint:���Ready for your   inspection..  E. W^ Bishop  o  OOOI*K>OOOOOOOOOOC>000000000000000<K��>0<>0000000000000000  Get your Job Printing done at the Times'  Offices,   Prices Moderate,  OWN 2OTICo  Dr. Mathison, dentist, *will be  absent from Greenwood for some  months.  John R. Jackson, of Midway,is  building a dwelling in Victoria.  The annual meeting; of the  Board of Trade will be held on  Saturday afternoon at four  o'clock in the Court House. '  Remember, when laying" out  your amusements for the month,  the Leap Year Ball of the Greenwood Concert Orchestra���Feb! 28.  During the absence of Judge  Forin, of Nelson, Judge Brown  will look after a part of his division, including Rossland. The  remainder will be in care of Judge  Wilson, of Cranbrook.  Your chance to 'have harmony  restored in tbe household is here  now. E. O. Windsor, expert  piano tuner will be in town next  week. Leave orders at Coles'  Bookstore.  Rev. F. J. Rutherford wilf  preach on Sunday evening the  second of his series of sermons  on the calls and lives of the  apostles. The Apostle John is  the subject for this Sunday.  You have an extra day this  month���one more than you had  for four years in February���give  up the night before to the Concert  Orchestra Ball, Masonic Hall, an  orchestra of 10 pieces.  H. Bunting has taken over the  lumber yard opened recently in  Anaconda by Loftus Bros., who  have their mill on No.7 Road. The  lumber is being piled on the lots  opposite Mr. Bunting's shop.  Tie deliveries were being made  steadily at Greenwood all last  week. It is estimated that the  C. P. R. will use about 200,000  ties in the Boundary this year  and will pay about 31 cents each.  R. D. Kerr, of Midway, A. B.  Sauuder, Myncaster, Alan Eddy,  Bridesville, andD. Coristine.Oso-  yoos, have been ��� appointed sub  collectors of Customs in place of  acting sub collectors.  Sartor Resartus, which is according to Carlyle, properly a "Lite  and Opinions of Herr Teufels  drockh," is the problem of the  Women's Reading Club on. Monday afternoon next. The sage of  Chelsea in the early part of his  book implores his readers to sum,-'  mon whatever metaphysical accu-  men and powers of meditation  thev are possessed of, to the study  of his book. .For mental exercise,  Sartor Resartus is hard to beat  and the Reading club is displaying ambition in taking it up.  A. J. McGool.of Fernie, organizer of the Owls, is in.GreenwodS  with the intention of placing a'  nest of these creatures of Optimism and Laughter here. The  Owls are caught with.Hubbarde-  que language and their society  they speak of thus: "It has become a great society of men, who  love, laugh and enjoy life as it  flies; who help the sick, bury the  dead, ��� brighten dark moments,  light up gloomy places. Some  are not saints. None are in Potter's Fields, country shrouds or  poor houses, none are hungry.  Tbey do good,speak kindly,shake  bands warmly and respect the  honor of their women." They  have organized recently in Phoenix and Grand Forks.  "FOR SALE���Furniture for 4  rooms, Diuingroom, Parlor, Bedroom and Kitchen. All new.  Suitable terms to right party.  Apply M., Times' Office.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Ulccl-,/o}>--n evenings  Born���At the Sisters' Hospital,  to Mr. and Mrs. II. Stevenson,  Midway, a son.  Born���At the Sisters' Hospital,  to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Vander-  bogart, a son.  ' '  . .��� ���  The Granby Mines at Phoenix  shipped last week 19,588 tons of  ore, making their total shipments  for this year 105,931 tons.  A fire in Mcintosh & Heron's  hardware and furniture store at  Grand Forks on Tuesday destroyed the building but the  stock was largely saved. The  law office of MacDonald and  Whiteside was on the second floor  but they sustained only a small  loss. ���  The return game in the Burns  competition will be played tonight. McMynn and Dill go to  Phoenix where they will play  Morrin and McNichol. Frith and  Birnie meet two Phoenix rinks  here, O. B. Smith and Alex  Strachan. The play last week  resulted in three wins for Greenwood and one lost.. The scores  were Birnie v. Strachan 11-6;  Frith v, O. B. Smith 9-8; Dill v.  McNichol, 11-7; Morrin v. McMynn 22-10.  '   The first   masquerade carnival  of   the   season was attended   by  40 people in costume and a   good  audience of lookerson. Tbe prize  winners were as follows :  Best  dressed gentleman, A. P. Augus-  tine.as Santa Claus ; best dressed  lady, Mrs. Bert Lane,   as   flofrer  girl; best dressed girl, Jean Crawford, as fairy; best dressed boy,  Willie Medill, as   Spanish   bullfighter; best   comic    character,-  W.   A.   Murray,   as Cook ; best,  hard times character, H. Herbst,  as a tongh.    The judges of the  carnival   were,   Alex. Greig and  Mrs. Greig, E. R.   Redpath   and  Mrs. Redpath and Miss Martiu.  Even   after  nine o'clock quite a  few people in   costume appeared  on the ice and with the crowd of  skaters   made   a  jolly and good  crowd.  ���y~-~.-^.~"^-����-^��-^-~-^"^��-^i��*'l  J Purely Personal  mfif^n l^il-a-^W-a-^H-a^M-ai^l-i-a^lW-a^H ���*����� l**i ���**�������� M ^. ���"i"1^ I llfc  John Barclay returned on Wednesday to Seattle.  Murdoch Mackenzie left on  Monday last for Edinburgh, Scotland.  J. Devlin, Midway, has been  hangring his hat up in the city  all this week.  Patrick Hickey left yesterday  afternoon for his prospects in  northern Ontario. ( v  J. Moe, D.P.A. of the C.P.R.  at Nelson was a visitor in Greenwood Wednesday.  F. Keffer went over the hill to  the Lone Star mine and back on  Wednesday and Thursday on  snowshoes.  T. A. Johnson and wife, of  Weyburb, Sask., are Visiting Mr.  & Mrs. Greig at the Pacific. Mrs.  Johnson is a niece of Mr. Greig.  Judge'Hallett, who has been  suffering for two weeks past from  a very persistent cold left on Monday for Halcyon Springs to take  advantage of the mineral baths  there for a few days.  Duncan Mcintosh returned from  Spokane last night and says that  everything is progressing favorably for the securing of the properties along the route of the  tunnel. Mr. Armstrong is expected in on the afternoon's train  from Grand Forks.  Moore's Cafe  Moved to the WINDSOR HOTEL. Our  New Restaurant is newly appointed throughout. You have eaten your meals with us before. Try us in our new home. Anything  you want, at any time youv say.- Everything  of the best.  HOWARD MOORE, Proprietor.  Andrew Sater left on Thursday]  afternoon for Vancouver on business in connection with the estate  of the late Olaf Johnson, whose  death occured here a little over a  year ago. Thomas Hough, foreman carpenter Of the Mother Lode,  will go down with Mr. Sater, for  a sh ort visit. '  -J. L. McNiven, Fair Wages  Officer of tbe Department of Labour, Ottawa, was a caller at The  Times office on Wednesday! Mr.  McNiven was formerly a member  ofthe B.C. Legislature, and until a year ago was on the staff.of  the Victoria Times.- Now he travels from Ontario west, to the  coast, adjusting wages difficulties  principally in the building trades  C. A.' E. Shaw returned on Sat  urday last from surveying the  lands bought by the French Colony ahout Carmi. Twenty-five  hundred acres have been laid out  in two blocks and a similiar  amount will be measured off in  the spring; It will be, remember-  ed th-it the intention of the people in charge of the' colohy is  first to clear it'of tie timber.  $jF. Spearing and Mrs. Speraing  expect tp leave for Vancouver in  about a week where Mr. Spearing has accepted a good position.  Mr. Spearing has been in Greenwood for several years and has  built himself a splendid home  here which is advertised for sale  in this issue. He has made many  friends who will miss both him  and his wife.  IkrriiigtQnM  H-**^ Co-ftfce  ^  ABOUT TROUT.  Sells at 50 cents per pound, I  ��� * but' as a pound will make g  from 15 to 20 more cups of |  pure fuli' strength coffee if "  ground the old way, it is  economical.  It takes more than a pound pf coffee berries to  make a pound of Harrington Half, as several ounces  of chaff and dust are removed by a special process.  The chaff contains the injurious element and its  removal Leaves only the best part of the coffee,  which you can drink and enjoy without fear of ill  effects. ' Y.' . ... .  {Tlie  HUNTER-KENDRICK CO., LTD.  ^mmmmmmmmammwmaaaammfmmmmaaaaaaaamm  X** + + + + + + + ** + ��&rk + * + *b<k + 'k> + + 4>  4-  To Rent  Cottage,   4   rooms,   close   in.  "       4 rooms, near hospital  . l\ '    4" rooms, near  Smelter  Log House,4 rooms ' ������ .      "  Cabins and Rooms in all parts  of the City.  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.  OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.  To *the Editor: May I be allowed, through the medium.of your  valuable paper, to say a, few words  in advocating to the general public  and to the fishermen of Greenwood  in particular, to do their utmost to  refrain from fishing in Boundary  .Creek and its tributaries till after  the high water. . #  The fishing season opens on  March 25, at which time Boundary  creek is very low and comparatively little water coming down  the creeki Inconsequence of this  the fish are very greedy and bite at  ground bait and worms freely.  There are two principal causes for  this: firstly, having lain in the  deeper pools in a semi comatose  state during the greater part of fehe  winter they are naturally hungry;  secondly, they are preparing .themselves for ithe spawning seasr-in,  which requires them to exert ��� a  good deal of energy. At this time  of the year, by careful observation,  it has been ascertained that it is  usual for fish to move about considerable and as the water rises in  the creeks and rivers and food becomes more plentiful they ascend  to the higher reaches, where they  ultimately spawn on the shallow  rapids and in the smaller creeks.  I wish to lay great stress on the  fact that by far the greater majority  of the fish in Boundary creek do  not spawn until the end of May  and first week in June. By care-  full observation last year, I found  that the fish were lying at the  mouth of the smaller creeks running into Boundary creek for some  considerable period before the 18th  pf May and that there were com  paratively few fish to be seen in  either Eholt or Wallace creek. On  May 18th I observed fish - to be  running in Ebolt oreek early in the  morning and they continued foi-  some ten'days. Every night and  morning with an interval during  the middle of the day the fish  came up Bon ndary creek and lay  on the shallow rapids of Eholt  creek, where they ultimately  spawned. There were two distinct  runs; the morning, run commencing about seven o'clock and lasting  about three hours and a half; that  in the evening about four continuing till dark. During the interval  between the morning and evening  runs fish were observed to be actually engaged in spawning. At no  time daring these periods were fish"  observed to be descending the  creek���movement of the runs was  always up stream.  On May 29th I caught a spent  hen trout, being the first that  season, but I noticed spawning  operations going on for some considerable, period after that date.  Whrn the fiBh are on the spawning  beds and just previous to spawning  I find that they will bite readily at  any ground bait; such as white  grobs and small pieces of meat,  but will not rise to a fly.  One hen fiish caught on the  spawning beds means the destruction of hundreds, as a hen tront  lays a tremendous number of eggs.  a*��9a**a+a��+*a*+m*aaaa*vu������a*a*maumaa*a*��**��t>a*a*0+a  \ P. BURNS & CO.. Ltd !  3  DEALERS IN  fresb and Cured meats  Fish and Poultry*  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  a  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  Owing to there being no natural  enemies in either Eholt or Boundary creeks' to-prey upon the  spawn it is only n'aural. to infer  feb(at a much larger percentage of  eggs would-hatch and develop into  fry in these creeks.than inaBtream  of water like the Kettle river,  which is filled with natural.enemies  of the trout. We can deduce from  this, therefore^ that there should  be a very large; increase in these  creeks provided there ib no fishing  during the spawning season.  Is is too much to ask the sporting public to refrain fronr killing  trout at this time of the year? In  the past it has been a destruction through ignorance, but since  the advent of the- Kettle River  Game and Fish Protective Association very few can claim so now.  Every effort is being made by the  association to get adequate legislation passed by the Government to  extend the closed season' for trout  in the "watershed of the Kettle river  until after trout have spawned.  Might I be allowed to ask the  fishermen of Greenwood to do all  in their power to show their  appreciation of the work that the  association is doing, by refraining  from fishing until after the high  water? Judging by the interest  taken in fishing by the citizens of  Greenwood, I feel sure that I am  voicing the;sentiments of many by  placing this jnatter before the  public and feel sure that now" we  have some tangible information to  go upon relative to the season and  duration of the season, at which  tbe trout in Boundary creek spawn  we can do a great deal as individuals to protect the fish of obr  waters during the time of year in  Which they need protection mosi.   '  lh conclusion, then, let us as  fishermen and sportsmen cooperate  in extending .the elosed season  until such, time as the fish in our  local creeks have spawned.  Thanking   you   Mr.  Editor,' in  aniilcipation, for your kindness in  publishing   this   letter   in   3*our  columns, I beg to remain, Sir,  Your obedient servant,  Stttabt Palmer,  Deputy Game Warden.  House for Sale  ALSO..  SOCIAI.  Al  *a*&*#a0��a*����*a*a*a*0*aam9��ma**ns^*^a.a+a**ma*mil*a��*+0  The Label on your p^per tells when your  Subscription expires.    We need the money  Furniture  As the undersigned intends  leaving Greenwood, within  the next ten days, he intends  to dispose of, his house and  Furniture.' Apply at residence- next to Methodist  Church.  F. SPEARING  Did you hear abou%?  WELL!   WELL!  Co=nighi  At JUDGE BROWN'S  RESIDENCE ON KIMBERLY STREET  :    r  Under auspices of the Ladies' Aid  of the Methodist Church, Greenr  wood. 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