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Boundary Creek Times Jan 24, 1908

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Array -i  UV  -b i ���  A'��^-  ��� -f i^v  *i' >*.-���.,  >'���   !-,  i%  --7J ?i,  -s ".-*  '$$��  :��� ?wc?'  >'  1 -  .J  ^  i  '-n^'n^S  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY 24, 1908.  No. 20  Now is ^good time to drop in,  and make a selection from our  Big Stock. Always a pleasure  to show goods       j        !        i  T.M. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS  Phone 27  Greenwood, B.C.  L  I =  ><K>0-00-00<>0<K}0-Q00060000000<>00-0<>0-0000-^^  Oft cMonday, January 6th, <tve  commence our  Annual Stocktaking Sale  At this time it is always customary to reduce  the stock to the lowest jpoint possible and;  tfaese generous reductions in prices of season- *  able goods lies in the fact that we take stocky  January 1st.    Now is the time to buy Winter  Goods at- prices that will inter est you.  Dry Goods.  Millinery  LD AND NEW  COUNCILS SIT  Wood By-Law, City Officials,  Police and License Commissioners Dealt With  ��X��in  sha/fyQ  know them "  On the merit of their performances alone are  we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of  construction, combined^with a skill in manu-.  facture, which is the inheritance of generations, make  consequent  Their efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables  the. owner to have any construcrional defect remedied free of  cjtarge by the nearest agent u- any part of the world. They  aie not made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.  A. lyoaan &s Go;  .The Mayor, Aldermen Uesros-  ��� ers, Gulley, Sutherland and Kelson of the old council' were in  session oaf Monday evening last  to approve the minutes of their  last meeting. A communication  from Kossland containing the  wood by-law in force there was  handed on to the new council.  The financial statement and auditor's report were treated in like  manner. The Mayor spoke generously and the retiriug members  with Alderman Sutherland responded  All of the members of the new_  council were there to start out  well. The Mayor first and then  the Councillors 'together, each  with his right hand upheld, swore  to abide by the provisions of the  Municipal Act. Then followed  the Mayor's opening speech, to  his new board, He felt that he  might be congratulated on its  character and hoped for a good,  careful and progressive administration of the city's affairs To  tbe clerk he gave a copy of the  standing committees, which read  as" follows:  Finance���Gulley, Wilson and  Meyer.  Streets���Sutherland, Mortimer  and Fleming.  -Water���Fleming, , Meyer    and  Wilson.  Fire and Light���Wilson, Sutherland and Mortimer.  Board of Health��� Mortimer,  Fleming and Gulley.  Cemetery and Pound���Meyer,  Gulley and Sutherland.  On motion of Aldermen Fleming and Mortimer, it was decided  that all the city officials should  be retained at the pleasure of the  council. ������.,.'��� .-  The hossland Wood, By-law  was then read and the .question  of wood shortage came up for a  good deal of thoroug-going discussion, which showed that the  council knew what it was taking  about when it came to the wood  question. A by-law covering the  situation and improving, if possible, on, the Rossland measure  will be introduced at an early  meeting.  On recommendation of Alderman Sutherland, it Was decided  to erect a light on Skylark Street  It was the pleasure of the coun-  cil that the financial statement  should be published in one of the  local papers.  The following acceunts were  ordered paid:  W. E. Hodges,, auditor $200.00  Waterworks Co 133.25  The  Ledge  ...: 36.25  Nelson News ............; 8.10  Aldermen Fleming and Sutherland were recommended by the  council for police and license  commissioners respectively. The  provincial goverment makes the  appointments, adding two others,  the nominees of the Conservative  executive;- if such there be, of the  city-? y  The meetings of the council  will be held every other Monday  as usual, the next meeting coming on Feb. 4th. ^  "CONFUSION"  Tonight the play, "Confusion," is to be put on at the  local Auditorium,    ft hardly needs to be said that xthis  play is being-given by the Greenwood Amateur-Dramatic  Club which cm several   occasions   has   presented   local  audiences with a delightful   entertainment.    The cast  of characters giyeu in this issue  needs   little   remark.  The play is deserving of   every   local' support.    The  members of the cliib have given generously not only of  their time but also of their effort and money,  to make  tne entertainment a huge success.    Last night   a   dress  rehearsal was held in the Auditorium.  " Recently   some  one   started a story that the players  were to benefit financially from the proceeds of the play.  A very small amount will be retained over the expenses -  of the trip to provide some necessary things for an entertainment wnich is expected to be given later, but eyery-  - thing over and above this amount will be donated to the  Anti-Tuberculosis Society for the support of the Sanitarium at Tranquille. - It is hoped that   the   receipts will  be such that this sum shall not be inconsiderable.  It deserves your support���it should have your attendance ; if you haven!t bought your ticket do so at once.  CAST OF CHARACTERS.  LOOK FOR  IMPROVEMENT  Board   of  Trade   Endorses  Wishes of Mr. McAllister for  Stable Mining Conditions  If You Wish  Mortimer Mutnbleford  Christopher Blizzard  Rupert Sunberry  Dr. Bartholmew Jones  James   ...  Muzzle  Rose Mumbleford  Miss Lucretia Tickleby  Violet  ~Maria  Mr. Randolph Stuart  Mr. F. W. McCains  - Mh. O. P. Hawxrby  - Mr   s. M. Tebs  Mr. C. A. Thomas  -M-fh R  S. Ross  Mrs  H. F. Stow  Miss J. Beldon  - MiSS E.  OPPBNHIJIMER  - Mrs  P. W. McCains  ACT I���Breakfast Room at Jersey I^odge Morning  ACT II���Drawing Room, at Jersey Lodge  Afternoon  ACT III���Drawing Room at Jersey Lodge .���.....y.....Evening  TIME THE PRESENT..  Mr.  ,   ORCHESTRA. y  A. D.HAi.i.BtT, Cornet:   Mr. J. Jory, Violin ;   Mr. Ber?  Logan, Violin ; Mr. A. J. Logan, Clarionet; Mr. R. J.  Saunders, Trombone ;. Mr. P. Rising, Piano;  Mr. F. X. Moor, Traps.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  ANNUAL MEETING.  DEATH OF MRS. HOLTZ  To the annual congregational  meeting of St. Columba's church,  the managers were able on Mondav last to report several very interesting and gratulatory items.  The church debt reduced by $515,  is now almost at   the vanishing  point. The income of the church,  amouting to $2,356-55: was sufficient to meet all running expenses  and to give the minister and managers every encouragement and  a good beginning for 1908.    The  reports from the various societies  of   the   church,   in   every case,  shoWfd that the two indications  of progress���enlarged attendance  -and increased interest���weremore  than ever in evidence.    The condition of ihe church   is   one   for  congratulation to every one connected with the congregation.  For the reduction in the church  debt much credit is said to be due  to the Ladies' Aid Association  which has been taking special interest in this phase of the church's  work. But success in this as well  as every other branch of its activities, the congregation feel is  largely the result of the earnest  and devoted efforts of Mr. and Mrs.  McKee.  The annual meeting was presided over by Kenneth,McKenzie..  Its secretary was F. E. Brown  and the auditors appointed were  I. Crawford and F. E. Brown.  The following consitute the  board of managers for f he present  year: H. McCutcheon, K. McKenzie,. E, W. Bishop, C S. Hooper,  A. P. Augustine, S. E. Belt, D.  C. McRae,' 1. Crawford, J. i>.  Spence, C. J. Wilson, H. J. Clint,  andL. A. Smith.  ,The funeral of Mrs. Jennie  Holtz, ^who died on Friday last at  the home of- her sister-in-law,  Mrs. Ida Coutts; here, was held  from the Presbyterian church at  h alf-past one on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Holtz was 67 years  of age arid was for. 30 years a resident of Vdssar, Mich.; latterly  she . has been living with Mrs.  Coutts. Interment took place at  the Greenwood cemetery. J. F.  Gardiner, of the Dells, Oregon*  son of the deceased, arrived on  Sunday night to attend the funeral. James Marshall and wife  of Phoenix, were also relatives of  the deceased and were present.  The service was conducted by  Rev. M. D. McKee.  . Deceased was born in Scotland.  White letters are adorning the  store fronts 61 the city this week.  J. M. McEown,of Toronto, is the  artist. The Hunter-Kendrick Co.  McRae Bros, and E. W. Bishop  all are using this advertising  medium.  Martin Gillis, formerly a resident of Greenwood and Phoenix,  but now a contractor at Mullan,  Idaho, is shaking hands with his  numerous friends here this week.  The ore table given in this issue does not include the shipment and treatment for the past  two weeks. The Granby Mines  have shipped this year 47,321 tons  of ore and the smelter has treated  56,309 t��ns of ore.  The following compose the  rinks that will represent the  Greenwood clnb:  Gulley, Johnson,  Anderson,     Bunting,  Frith, Bishop,  ��� Dill���skip.     McMvnn���skip.  As announced in last week's  issue the annual meeting of the  Dominion Copper Co. will be held  in Phoenix next Monday, and on  the same day the shareholders of  the ' Royal Victoria Mining Co.  will assemble here.  A report circulated yesterday stated  that the engineers of the Granby Cora  pany had been going over the property  of the Dominion Copper Company  at the Rawhide and Idaho mines. Mr.  Thomas when asked of the matter said  that so far as he knew yet it w.is  simply a friendly vit.it. There might  be something to say of the Company'*,  intentions after Monday.  i A largely attended meeting of  the Board of Trade, called for  last Saturday afternoon, in view  of the convention of the Associated Board-; of Trade now in session at Men ie was intent on doing  business. Fees entitling the  Greenwood Board to membership  in the Associated Boards were  ordered paid and President Russell appointed a delegate to the  convention now being held.  As it is earnestly wished to have  every citizen, interested in the  welfare of Greenwood, a member  of the' Board, a committee was  appointed to secure new members  and collect the regular fee.  A resolu lion adopted by the  beard endorsed the action taken  by a number of boards in the  Kootenay asking for a continuance for five years of the lead  bounty, and the employment in  this way of a sum not exceeding  $200,000 a year. A copy of this  resolution was forwarded to Duncan Ross, M.P.  .  With a view to improving the  conditions ot the industry, upon  which this community depends  for its prosperity, the following  resolution was introduced and  after discussion adopted.  That this Board of Trade regrets the closing of the mines  and smelter of tbe B.C. Copper  Company, Ltd.  That this Board desires to do  all iu its power- towards building  up of loyal, prosperous and stable  mining communities in this district, as in it each member of the  Board.is deeply interested.  That this Board assures the B.C.  Copper Coy. that it is friendly  to the Company; and that the  Company can rely on the hearty  support of this Board and its cooperation in any action taken by  the company in securiag loyal,  stable mining conditions at its  mines and smelter.  And that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the General  Manager of tbe Company.  Mr.   McAllister  was sent   far  and  the resolution  was read  to  him.    Oa being- asked to address  the Board he said that on behalf  of the B.C.   Copper   Co. it   gave  him great pleasure to receive the  resolution,   and   as   he expected  shortly to be in conference  with  his Board of Directors he  would  place it before them.    The resolution was the  more acceptable,  as it stood in brief for the condition his Company proposed lo  acquire, viz.: the establishment of a  loyal, prosperous and stable mining and smelting  industry,   and  towards this end it was in everyone's   interest  to  pull  together.  Towards the attainment of stability the B.C. Copper Co.now had  assurance of  adequate   transportation facilities  and ample  fuel  supply, lhe lack  of which   had  so   seriously   handicapped  them  in   the   past, but  in  addition *o  this was required the honest cooperation of the employees.  He reminded the Board tbat  when the expenses of production  increased in other industries,such  increase was usually met with an  increased price to tho consumer,  but in the case of his company  the return was limited by theval-  Wirt us for Quotations  ��� Our facilities for buying  Dominion, B.C., or  Granby Stocks  on the curb in New York '  or Boston are unequalled '  Eveu our competitors  acknowledge that we  can buy these stocks  cheaper than t'hey.  Why ? Because our  Eastern connections are  of the very best.  The stock business is  a sideline with us con- .  sequently we can afford \  to handle your business ',  on a very small margin. (  Give us your limit and  we will fill your order at .  a lower figure if possible   J  We will wire you the  New York opening quotations daily, if desired.  McDERMD &  McHARDY,      }  NJ3LSON,       /      B.C.  ue they could extract from the ore  and that they had no control over  what they.received for their product; They bad shewn their  faith in the industry by large expenditures to reduce the cost < ��  production, and were heartily in  sympathy with any move towards  stable conditions, being convinced, that in addition to what had  already been assured the honesty  of endeavor which constituted  loyal and efficient help was ab-  .olutely requisite.  A later meeting held on Tuesday afternoon endorsed tbe proceedings of Saturday's meetiug  and decided that the same should  be given to the local papers for  publication,  SILVER SPRING LICENSE.  In   the  appeal   of   the Silver  SgringiJrewery from the refusal  of the License Commissioners   to  grant   them a   wholesale   liquor  license; His Honour Judge Brown  his given the following judgment:  "I think this appeal should be  allowed.   The only evidence derogatory to Hortmann, the applicant for a license herein, is   tb.it  of James Poggi, and on   acciuit  of a serious disagreement between  him and Hartmann ove* a matter  of business eighteen   tn >nths   or  two years ago,  the   evidence   of  Poggi is, I think, too biased to be  of auy value.    His  statement as  to immoral conduct on the premises did not bear analysis at   all  and was, I believe, unfounded. If  I could see any valid reasonable  grounds on which   to   refuse   a  license to Hartmann, I she ul! be  loath to disturb  the decisiou   of  the license commissioners,but np-  on the eyidence adduced, I think  he is entitled to a  wholesale liquor license under the provisions of  the   Provincial    Liquor   License  Act, and   so   find.    The   appeal  will be allowed.    No costs.  !���'"'.���; Ym  ���>.:>.;���>.  y$m  :hHj ��2  &-**���  CF*  CF1  CF<  CF*  CF*-  </=*���  ���7=-"  U=**  iF*  a=<  Cr-  CF"  CF*  CF"  CF-  CF*  CF*  CF*  G^  Cr*"-  Cr*  '"-^  .Bank of Montreal.  . $11,000,000.  Rest  Capital, all paid ap, $14,400,000.  UNDIVIDED  PROFITS  $422,689.98  * Hon  President:   Lord Stkathcona and Mount Ro-sal, G. C M. G.  President:   Sik Ghohoe A. Dkommond, K. C M G  Vice-President and General Manager -.   E. b. Clous-ton,  Branches in London, Eng. j c^Tta'^Sa} New YorK, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Euchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available In any partfof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  *9  ��2  *-*P  -****S  *<%  The CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$10,O0O,O00. Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.  n. E. WALKER, President. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  BRANCHES  THROUGHOUT    CANADA  AND   IN^THE  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND   -.  SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  BANKING BY MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any braneh of  the Bank. Accounts may be opened, and deposits made  op withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid,to  out-of-town accounts.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /.  H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptbtjc.  Cable Address:       ���'Hai*��tt."  I Bedford M'Neill's  Cor��i*s -( Moreing- & N��aVs  Qaaaawooo, B. O*  Lelber's  fc&  BOUNDARV  VALLEY   LODGE  ~~*VW0&- No. 38,1. O.O. F.,  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 In the  1. ��. O. F. Ball.    A cordial lnvl tstlon It mx  tended to all sojourning brttherm.  F.   SPEARING, S. E. BE1.T,  N. fi. V. G.  TRED IJ. HOLMES. ttec. Sec.  THE COMIQUE FADES  Cr)��  Boundary Creek Tiies  Issued every friislav  ST THB  Bonndaiy Creek Printing and Publishing  Co., I.IMITBD,  In Spokane, the Comique fades  and Dutch Jake is cow conducting' religions services to show the  preachers how it should be done.  This little moral revolution, while  it is picturesque, is also heartening, for an appreciation of moral  sentiment is at the base of all  true nationhood. The danger  isn't very great that people in  this country will become like  those David Harum spoke of who  '-were so narrow-minded four of  'eni could ride side by side to  church on one buggy seat."  THE ALL-RED ROUTE  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pub Ybak ���    J 80  Six Months ���.��� 1 S5  To FOBUIOW COUNTKIBB v.... 2 58  Editor  A. D. Macfarlane  LABEL>  FRIDAY,  JANUARY 24,1908.  THE NATAL ACT.  ISlews from Victoria states that  the Natal Act will be introduced  and if disallowed at Ottawa will  be passed and repassed until it  becomes effectives This is all  nonsense. The bill never was  disallowed at Ottawa and needs  only the sincerity of the McBride  government to put it in operation.  The step they are now taking is  exactly what was demanded by  the liberal convention held in  October last at Vancouver. The  opposition will see to it now that  there is no shuffle between the  premier and Lieutenant-Governor  Dunsmuir.  WELCOME NEWS.  The premier .of Japan in a  speech, cabled from Tokio on  Saturday last, declares that immigration problems had been  practically settled with Canada,  If this is so, it's a pretty good  vindication of the Lemieux embassy. It is at any rate a fairly  satisfactory refutation ot reckless  reports circulated by the press  hostile to the Canadian grovern-  ment concerning the willingness  of Japan to treat with a representative of the Canadian government.  In the view of the criticism of  the All-Red Route coming from  the conservative benches at Ot-  tawa and fromi the conservative  press in many places, the following from the Victoria Daily  Colonist is notable:  The opponents of the ������All-Red"  project have met a foeman worthy  of their steel in Lord Strathcona.  This eminent man of affairs persists in declaring that the scheme  is not only, thoroughly feasible  but'a pressing necessity in the  interests of the empire. He  points out that the recent agreement between German steamship  companies has an extremely important bearing on the subject.  As Lord Strathcona, when quite  a youth, expunged the word  "fail" from bis vocabularly, the  circumstance that he bas set his  hand to this particular task is  calculated to at least give his opponents an uneasy quarter of an  hour.  It is hardly necessary to rema'rk  that the All-Red Route is a  scheme which has the unofficial  endorsation of the Laurier government to provide a 24-knot  steamship service across ttie  Atlantic.  Canadian Companies to Blame for the  Extraordinary Invasion of Orientals  The Sovereign Bank of Canada  is being absorbed by the other  Canadian banks. The assets of  the Bank will be sufficient to meet  all liabilities including the investments of stockholders.  The Manitoba Government has  been turning handsprings on the  education question again. A  measure to introduce compulsory  education into the laws of Manitoba was rejectei by the legislature last week. The Free Press  commenting on it says :  ���'Jack Cade, if he were living,  would have felt entirely at home  as a member on the Governmeut  side of the Manitoba Legislature,  voting against compulsory education. Said Cade: 'He can write  and read ! O, monstrous ! Away  with him, I say !   Hang him !' "  The report of W. L. Mackenzie  King, the royal commissioner appointed to inquire into the influx  of oriental labor into Canada, was  presented to parliament Monday.  After a searching inquiry into tbe  vexed problems of Japanese immigration, the commissioner  throws a new light on the cause  for the sudden increase of Japanese landing in British Columbia  during the last summer.  The report of Mr. King establishes that the Japanese goVerii;  ment has been observing th?  agreement to restrict immigration  and that the departure of the Japanese foreign office in April last  from the regulations hitherto in  force was made only at 'the re-,  quest of the Canadian Nippon  Steamship company backed ;by  the Canadian Pacific railway and  other influential Canadian interests; which represented at Tokio  that Japanese labor was needed  and desired in this'country.' "-'���/'-'  "If there was a change," says  Mr. King, "in the policy of Japan,  it was not one which could adversely affect the interests of this  country without a Canadian citizen or- -a .Canadian corporation  first placing upo'n it the seal of  his or its approval."  In other words, Mr.yKing finds  that no malice on the part of the  Japanese government, or any desire to alter its policy of restraining immigration, as shown during  the preceding six years, cau be  charged, and the cause of .the influx that has agitated British  Columbia is traceable to Canadian  sources.  In his analysis of the extent of  Japanese immigration of the first  10 months of last year Mr. King  finds that out of a total of 8121  only 4429 remained in Canada. Of  this -total 2779 came from the  Hawaiian islands, and only 1641  from Japan direct. Of this latter  number 900 were under contract  for the Canadian Pacific railway,-  and SOO were students and merchants.  Summarizing the figures ofthe  arrivals from Japan from 1901 up  to January 1st, 1907, Mr, King  finds that they would represent  from 4000 to 4500. Of these a  large proportion found their way  to the United States. The number of Japanese in British Columbia in January, 1907, was less than  7500.  The arrival in British Columbia, therefore, of 812L Japanese,  in the 10 months following, naturally caused alarm, and if anything more were needed to occasion uneasiness, it was to be found  in the simultaneous arrival from  the orient of Hindus by hundreds,  aud Chinese in larger numbers  than iu preceding years.  Besides the contract with the  Canadian Pacific railway, the  Nippon company obtained assurances of a contract with James  Dunsmuir, president of the Wellington Colliery company and  Lieutenant Governor of British  Columbia, for the supply of Miners  from Japan. Application was  made to the Grand Trunk.Pacific  for a contract, but the answer  was noncommittal.  Cathowc���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third aad  fourth Sunday in each mouth. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday' school at  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bbdard, O. M'. I.,  pastor.  A WOMAN'S PREFERENCE  He wan. a dog.  But he stayed at home  And guarded the family night and  day.  He was a dog  That didn't roam.  He lay on the porch or chased the  stray���  The tramp, the burglar, the hen  away;  For  a  dog's true heart for that  household beat  At morning and evening, in  cold  ������������'  '    hnd heat.  He was a dog.  He wi.8 a man.  And didn't stay  To cherish his wife and  children  fair.  He was a man  And e *ery day  His   heart  grew callous, its love  beats rare,  He thought of himself at the close  of day,  Aud, cigar in his fingers,  hurried  away  To the club, the lodge, the store,  the show.   ,  But   he   had  a   right   to go   you  know.  He was a man. ,  ���Frances 13. Townslky in New York  Globe.   *  For the week ending Saturday,"  January 18, a holdup occurred  every night at Vancouver.  The Nicola Valley Coal & Coke-  company in December shipped  3593 .Jons of hlack diamonds.  In Victoria the price of whisky^  has been advanced.    It's becoming more strenuous every day for  the booze fighter.  F. A Carlyle,_ the firjt^-pro-  vincial mineralogist, and ^ rho organized the provincial'-buieau of  mines, has been appointed consulting engineer of the "LeRoi  Mining and Smelting companyat  Rossland.  Vancouver bas a population of  100,000. Of these about three--  fifths are Japs, Chinks, Hindus  and Dagoes. The .balance are  "white trash."  The1 Grand Trunk Pacific wharf  attPrince Rupert has a frontage of  1200 feet on the harbor. When  completed it will be the finest  -wharf on the Pacific slope.      '  ~^The St. Eugene mine at Moyie  is the largest silver-lead mine in  Canada, and the second largest  on the American continent. Duriug thespast year 152,827 tons of -  ore were mined," and 325 men em- --  ployed. -The ore body is yery  extensive. It outcrops on- the  mountain top, and again is tapped  by a .shaft sunk at the edge of  Moyie lake. Eight miles of underground work have been done.  Provincial Items  Grand Forks has a bonded indebtedness of $206,000.  The city of Trail doesn't owe a  cent and has $968 in the bauk.  The Le Roi mine at Rossland  makes a profit of 47 4 cents a ton  on its ore.  The Cranbrook Prospector has  efttertM upon its fourteenth year.  Old Man Grace walk-id in from  tho Coeur d'Alenes *ind smarted  the l'Vrt Steele Pros- -(or. Later  otf the f'rfpor was moved to Crar-  brook. From it* birth the Prospector bas tfone ahead with jumps  and toda\ 1ms . ore of the bebt  equipped ��� ew.>paper foundries in  tbe province.  The receipts at Victoria from  timber for the month of December last were tbe largest for any  oue month in the history of the  province. From all sources connected with timber the province  received $234,451.07, making the  Elkhorn Beer  Last Saturday Fernie had a  $200,000 pay day and everybody  was happy. '  There is a slump in the diamond  market'. This does not affect  Grand Forks brokers.  Prince Rupert is a prohibition  town. The nearest licensed saloon is 30 miles distant.  The bounty  on  panthers and  wolves has been increased bv the  WeGuarsmtee  tb cure your cough or cold  No "ifs" or "buts" -^just a.  straightstatemeat-Shiloh's  Cure will cure your cough  or cold and do it quicker  than anything you  ever tried, or your druggist  will return the purchase  price. Get a bottle to-day,  and cure that cough or cold.  Shiloh's  cures colds  and. coughs  Shiloh's Cure is a safe and sure  cough . and cold medicine: for  children. It. has been effecting  cures for 34 years. All druggists���35c., 50c, and $1.00.  n  607  AT THE CHURCHES  Angwcan���St.. Jude's. Rev. John  Lieech Porter, B. D., pastor. Services  at 8.30 a^n., 11.a.m.' Sunday school,  12  p.m.     All se-its free. ���  Presbyterian��� Services will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor- '        ._!: .. s.., -  Met.iodist���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct services as usual a*  , y�� f��t����������������������������������� ����o ��� *  PLAIN TALK FROM THE DOCTOR  A prominent physician, famous for  his success in the treatment of kidney and bladder troubles, stated that  to the following proscription is due a  great deal of his success:  Oae ocao* fluid extract dandelion;  .  One ounoa bompound salatons;  Four - ounces compound syrup  samparilla. ,  Mix audtek�� a tsaspoonful after  meals and at bedtime, ' drinking  plenty of water.  This mixture Trill, he tays, posi-  tiTely cure any diseases arising from  weak, dogged or inactive kidneys,  and \r4U-assist these organs to  cleanse the blood of. the poisonous  waste matter and acids, which if  allowed to remain, cause lumbago,  lems back, rheumatism and sciatica,  and at the same time will restore the  .kidneys to healthy normal action.  The ingredients, which are purely Y,  vegetable and entirely harmless, can  bs procured from any good druggist  and mixed at home at very little coot.  This advice trill undoubtedly be  nraeh appreciated by many readers.  ^�����i'��MM MMM>>lt> o��c �� eai  Is unexcelled, as is evidenced by its  itB popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  por Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by itit-    ;  sioting on having ~ '  'ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEEB  TBL. 138   ���  Painting  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor  ating- promptly done.  Olal! Papering  Jlnd Kalsottiinittd  Send in your .spring orders.       t  SeOeRXbompson  Box 255, Graen.wood.  Shop Government street.  I  00000000000000000000000000  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish*  Etc,  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  0 PHONE  65. 0  ���K>00-&0<K>000000000^>0<K>00'>0<)  The provincial jail* at Nelson is  overcroyrded- with prisoners.  This is another institution that  is prospering under" McBride's  progressive administration.  In  the  Trovincial  legislature  now in session at Victoria there  THE GREAT DURABILITY  *��5 WATERPROOF  QUALITIES SE���*-  FISH BRAND  POMMEL  SHCKER  Make it-  First Choice  ofthe man  Who Knows  EVERY OAHHENT  GUARANTEED  irVOUKDCAlBR tt OUT  ornsHBKJiNo, oot/r .  CHANGE YOVattrND.NAVC  him G��r men on se/to  Off DM ANDPXICe TO US.  **&ffO SM��rm YELLOW  1 mwrifflw mi 1 1 >�����!  ���h-^*  Pacific Hbtel  >  Geti-g & Mokrison, Prop.  Tbe Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mlnin-j Men  Is steam-heated, electric, lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The llest Cui&ine between  Winnipeg- and the Coast.  ������4��-f��--|��--|��4����|����t��  f*  The Palace Livery StaMe  EI1I0 Wi  mien lor  I  DRAYING �� Wc Can Move Anything  F. C. BUCK LESS  PROPRIETOR ,"- ,������-4-1  ERNEST J. CARTIER. Proprietor.  Finest Furnished Bouse in the Bokdary  Steam Heated.   Lighted  throughout  with electric lights.  First-class Bar.   Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST CLASS CAFE. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  * mr rmmiurnnn nm/ lifHTrniunni/n nt\  4-  * uiL uiiLuinuuu uiu iiniLnviunnu uu..|  * I ��� '      -V *  * Electric current   supplied   for _ ���  <$i                  Power,. Lighting,   Heating and ������$��!  *��' ���   ��� Ventilating:.     Power furnished '      -        0]  4��  +  *  *  +. ,   Power,. Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power, furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants; with an absolute  guarantee of continuous rower  service for operating.  Get Our Kates, le Can Save YMloiiey;  r  Ladies' Calling Cards, Hoi*:  land Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award.   *  Dominion Exhibition 1906  L l.'-'-C'.'K^  "���- -        ? V- , ���   .      --I     n=,    ,'- r      , ���       '-���"���'yc'7   ... - " " '-"���-/  mm��f*AimftiH)*!*mm   tf  3?-  >.  I   ..-fr-^J I-  1  General Not��  /l>^^4t; Tiifee stock of' gold  * coi^-jjtt'^enwbrld today i&approxt-  mftejy445315,^)00,000,"  In Chesaw. Washington, tbe  clearing house certificates .are  called Roosevelt currency.  ;The emperor of China and the  " viceroy of India govern more than  half the population of the world.  _ ���- ���* * i  TheJkpiaxe going to invade  the gopher-belt.   Ten thousand  acres have been purchased! 'along  >ttie line of tfaeC. P. R., 25 miles  THB   ��GmftDARY  CREEK   TIMES.  *  or any otlier ailment need not  trouble you if you maintain  your vigor hy sound, whole-1,  some food.  "Bovril" is a pure "preparation of beet It is"a strength-  . -- eumg and a stimulatinir foed,  and .an occasional cup of Bovril  will enable you to get the best  out of tout ordinary diet. ~  Bovril Ltd., 27 S. Peter St  Montreal  east of Calgary, and a colony will  be established. ^ It is to be hoped  that in that colji 'country���well,  we'll be charitable.  Ceylon is the hottestand Northwest Canada the coldest possession that the British flag floats  over. ~     /  *  Business must be pretty rocky  in Morocco. The sultan has  just rolled his ro.any wives of  their jewels, valued at ,��250,000  and pawned them.  The Prussian budget shows a  deficit of $110,500,000. This is  bad financing. A British Columbia finance minister ' could  easily-turn that small deficit into  a-surplus.  lecture was" the '.' Seveu Wise  Men," but evidently- the colonel  did not act wise in Omaha.  A Pennsylvania prophet declares that the world will .come  to an end next December. Fellow pilgrim, bear this in mind,  and get prepared to go,prospecting on the silvery sands "of yonder  fair celestial shore.  ~ Colonel Will L.% Visscher, the  well-known author, actor, writer  and humorist, is now lying in the  Omaha, Nebraska, jail-facing the  charge of murder, having shot a  policeman. . Visscher, who a  number of years ago, trave-ed  with such noted men as Opig P.  Reed, Captain Jack Crawford,  Mark Twain, Bill Nye, and Burbank, lectured in many towns in  British  Columbia    His   famous  John R. Walsh, former- president of the Chicago National  Bank, was found guilty Saturday  on.54 counts, charging misapplication of the bank's funds. For  each count the penalty is five  years, which means a sentence of  270 years. But Walsh will neyer  serve' a day. He is. more likely to  receive the nomination for president of the United States.  tetfant-colonels, of whom 110 are  British in name; and 360 majors,  of whom only 45 have continental names, the remaining 315  beiug British.  Despite the medley of peoplps  in the United States, nearly all  of its leading and influential  positions have been held by people  of British, blood. 'Of 29 presidents, 37'have been of British extraction. Of the 26 vice-presidents, 24 were of British ancestry.  The names of '85 out of the 90  members of the senate and of 331  out of-their 386 representatives  are British.. Judges of the supreme" court have since 17��9  numbered 62y and of these 58 have  unmistakably British names.  The highest army officer is Lten-  tenant-General McArthur. Next  below him are seven major-  generals, named Wade, Wood.  Ainsworth, ' Weston, Grant.  Greely, and Lse. Then come 27  brigadier-generals, of whom all  but three are English, Scotch,  Welsh, or Irish. These are followed by 110 colonels, and 92 of  them are English,  etc.; 127 lieu-  :#J*jHj)l#i*JIJiJ)U*JtJH#J*#J*J* J*JHJ*Jl&J*J��J)tSlJ*J*J*l*J*J*&J*J*. Jt^'JtJtJlJtJtJl^JtJt.itJIjsjIjtV,  1  S  2 HOCKEY Championship ol B.C.  *Ski Jumping and Running  t. *       Championship of Canada.  ���  Elventh    Annual  Winter Carnival  BETTER  THAN  EVER  \} ip*~  j-t>  >���-���  v, Snowshoe Races o��ort��o.iii��  ft SkfltiiiP    Championship   of thc  fc ^  "*���"�� eProvince  fc Tobogganing  b Curling Bonspiel  i. Horse Races      ,  \ /���       and other Events  tiv- -   - ~    "  j�� Masquerade and Dance  * Good Music  R0SSLAN&  -   UNDER THE  .     "    AUSPICES OF  Rossland Carnival.  Association  J. S. C. FRASER,    -     President  Feb. 4 to 8,'08  For information, apply to  a. b. Mackenzie,  Secretary and General Manager  k  k  k  k  k  k  k  k  k  k  k  Splendid Sports  HandsomeTrophtesJ;  k  k  A   GRAND     I  k  _k  From Tuesday Night Until*  Saturday Eight      ^  Reduced TiaiispoTtatioDBatesk  ip jp ip tP ip iP if *- ��p s<* ff *f if ��r fp ic **r  and Prizes  PROGRAM  ��#'  Printing  For ButineM*Men:  Letterheads,  Envelopes,  Billhead*, . -  Statements,  Receiot Forms,  Business Cards,  Posters.  Dodgers,  Shipping Tags,  For Rent Cards,  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.  ^ L^      LEAF SYSTEM  We have the necessary machinery for doing this class of work,;and can furaiah you  with billheads no matter what system you are using.  it  Government Street,  pfWf^-fwf  Mining Co/s Printing:  P-roBpectn^'-. ���';���';.��� ,���'-'-'  Handsome Stock Certificates,  ���-'\y^'Le^^Dwuments,-.J ;\-.  Notices of Meetings,     .  _-,  yY   special Receipt Forms,  "~-Y;     Time eards,,, '}:  Mining Reports, f  Y,Y'Y.';.-Y": ��� y   Shipping Reports, Etc.  NEATNESS  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.  HAND AND ARM  ENDANGERED  ZAM-BUK ARRESTS BLOOD POISON  Neglect a cut or scratch and it may  turn to blood .poisoning. Mr Joseph  Lalibertie of 34 Artillerie street, Quebec, wig-lit have lost his hand and arm  but for the timely use of Zam-Buk  He says: "I cut one of my fingers on  a rnaty piece of tin and had no idea it  wonld become so serious, but in tw-p  days blood poison hud set in and my  fingers became terribly discolored, and  my hand and arm swollen. I was  alariueu and began using one ointment after another but none relieved  me. 1 was about to consult a doctor  when, a friend advised me to try 2"am  Buk.- This I did. fcam-feuk began by  drawing-out the inflammation and -in  one week the wound was nicely heal d.  Since theu I have had no healing balm  in the house but Zam-Buk. I feel so  grateful for my speedy cure that I un-  hesitatibgly gjve my testimonial to the  merit-" of Zam-Bux."  Zam-Buk cures Cuts, Burns, Scalds,  Chapped Hands, Chafings, Cold Sores,  Itch, Chilblains, JSczema, Running  Sorea, Sore Throat, Bad Chest, Ring,  worm, Piles (blind and bleeding), Bad  Legs, Inflamed Patches, RTieumatisw,  Neuralgia, Sciatica, Abscesses andLah  diseased, injured and iniUted^condition* of the skin.< Of all druggists  and atores*at 50 cents, or post paid upon  receipt of price,   from   Zam Buk Co.  t*-.���fc���J.-. TZm*LS .    "*���/ - J^_  H  '<��� ta  4  Toronto.    Bifty  boxes for $2.50.  cents^ a "box.    Six  What Ails You?  Do you feel weak, tired, despondent,  have frequent headaches, coated tongue,  bitter or, bad taste ia morning, "heart-  burn," belShing of gas, acid risings ln  throat after eating, stomach gnaw or  burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor or  variable appetite, nausea at times and  kindred symptoms?  If yoTr-haveany considerable nnmber of  thasAbove Sjwiftoms you are suffering  frojnNjiliousnM-Oorpid liver with indi-  ffestioi^aiJ-��y-gpe^*m& Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medial rjlgcqyerv ts mads lip of the most  valuable medTeinal princit51esVly)own toi  medical sciencefor the permahetit cure of  gifcli abnormal conJit^oiia._ It is a mosl  "efficient liver invigorator. stomach tonic,  tibwel regulator and nerve strenythener.  The'"Golden Medical Discovery" is not  a patent medicine or secret iiostrum, a  full list of'Its Ingredients being "printed  on its bottle-wrapper and attested, under.  oath.' A glance at ifc foriimlanvlll show  that it contains no alcohol, or harmful  habit-forming drugs. lti is a'.fluid extract  toada-with pure, triple-refihed glycerine,  of proper strength, froiii the roots of the  following native American forest plants,  riz.) Golden Seal root,. Stone root, Black  Cherrybark, Queen's root, Bibodroot, and  Mandrake root.      YYYYY'-.  Tbe followlag leading medical authorities,  among a host of others, extol the foregoing  roots (or tbe cure of just-mch ailments as the  abovasymptoms indicate: Prof. B- Barlholow,  M. p.. of Jefferson Bled. College, Phila.; Prof.  H. C Wood. M. D., of Unlv.of Pa.: Prof. Edwin  M. Hale, M. D.. of Hahnemann Med. College.  Chlca-jo; Prof. John King-. M. D., Author of  American Dispensatory;.Prof. Jua M. Scud-  dor.M. D.. Author of Specific Medicines; Prof.  Laurence Johnson, M. 0��� Me<L Dept. Unlr. of  N. y.; Prof. Flnley EUlntrwood. M.��.. Author  of Materia Medlca and Prof, in Bennett Medical College, Chicago. 8end name and address on Postal Card to Dr. It V. Pierce. Buffalo, ��. Y��� and recelvei free booklet, -riving  extracts from T-rritlng-s of all the aboro medical autborsand manyjothersendoTslnff, in tlie  '8ttoneest,possible terras, each -aiid o-*ery in--.  gr^dinot of -which "Golden Medical, Discovery "is composed.  Dr. Weice's Pleasant Pellets regrnlate and  invleorate stomach, liver and bowels. Tlic.v  maybe used ln conjunction'with "Golden  Medical Discovery "if bowels are niuch con ���  ���tloated.   They're Uny and sugar-coated.  OUE GUAHANTB8:  NO PAY UliURSS CUBSD  Wb���� fn H**4 9  cialist,  Wid.  .-����� anfma mm  tilth yaw mm mpmcu,-  Dorisc (bmtm jmmim  m tingL timmm mi mM  mtai mat pmttettat,  cwt��ttii>Hi��tohr.  cotmi. VwMi)  iaaammmmm*  THE  Waguaraataa OTwyaaa a Sttaloa*  eura for VartiiMli, BHrssaH. VnUi-  ra) ObstniKlMw, Bho4 ana Skin BIs-  ���m* fmttatta TnoMm. rase, fistula, bass ��t Vital mm, Klansy.  Bladcar and Sputa! Ittiusn Wa  ���aiHMiallT vffkr M2> aanrteM to tboaa  who ar* aOtetoa wttk vaaknau aa a  r����Ut ��r thatr am tmWu w i  -��� Onr nathods ara np to data, aad  ara aadanad by Um Mchnt madkal  auUMriUw af Bt��M�� aad Amertaa;  aanca ouy tntnm ia tta tr-tatnaat cl  Man'i DiMaaaa. Baasnatar, mt spa-  ���taltytalbnltadtoUMdJuasasafUai  aadHacalB,  Wc aovw Ut* wUn t��M tdatmu;  ChNBli,!"  C0H80LXAnoir ntEB.  immfmatmmm mmaammwm.  .     SCOTT  ME8ICAJL COMPACT  WAOT.  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA %  m*~T^^**^i***im^amwav*M^^m^mmm9mwmmmm^^ma^^mamaaaaa^m^^^^~^^^^-���-���  4   H  ���  DISTILLERY  CO.,   LTD. fi  New Westminister. B. C.  ��>������-*<^t<-*��<^-������������0������������������������->*����^il��  * >  I >< >  *-  "Ls  w=-  LAND NOTICES  Form of Notice.  District  Similkameen Land District-  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I Spender Benermau,  of Midway, B C. occupation Miner, intend-i  to a*iply for permission to purchase the following described land.  Commencing al a post planted at the North  "West corner of I-otNo 788s, thence north 40  chains; ihence east 80 chains; thence south -TO  chains; thence west SO chains to point nf com-"  meticetnent, and containing 330 acres more or  less.  Dated the 1+th day of December, t9*JJ.  SPENCER BENERMANY  Per H. STRAUSS,'Agent;  Form of Notice. N  District  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  '    " "       NOTICE.  GRANITE, MOUNTAIN and IRON   KING  MINERAL CLAIMS, situate in the Greet-.  wood  Mining. Division  of Yale   District.  ^Vhere located:    On Eholt Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I."c.i?; ShaV.agenl for  James Sullivan, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B6721 anttJerry-Driscoll.Free Miner's Certificate No. B6720, intend, sixty davs from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate ol Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining-  a Crown Grant of the above claim,  And further take notice that action, nnder  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated thiB 8th day ot November, A. D. 1907.  ?    C. ^5. SHaW,  -B.C.L.S.  Similkameen Land District,  of Yale-  TAKE NOTICE that I Frederick David  Long, of ParV Rapids, Minn., occupation  bookkeeper, intend to apply for permUoion- to  pnrctaase;,ihe:followiog described land; '.  Commencing at a post planted at the South  East corner 6f Purchase Record No, 264s,tbeiice  north 80 chains; tbence east SO chains; thence  south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains to -point  of commencement, and containing 640: acres,  more or less,. ���'���.'..."'-������.."���." C ���'.  FREDERICK DAVID XONG.  Eer HENRY STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated the iSth duv: of November,1907.  ��*ooooooo<  GANADIAN  .:.:,'PACrric  ::R A IL W A Yli  For those- ��rho could not fret away   '  during tae? buay Holiday Seaaon  ]  we recommend i  :  mta.  LAND NOTICE  Application No. 12S35a. "  IvAND REGISTRY ACT.  HANDBOOK  ~ (New edition iaaued Nov. IS, 1906)  Isadozenl>ookain one, covering- the  blatory, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Termin-  o'��f 7* Uaea, Statistica and Finances of  Copper. It ia a practical book, naeful  to ill and neceaiary to moat men engaged in any branch of the Copper  Ioaoetry. ....   ��� '    ��� -  Ita facta will paot muster with tha  trained scientists, and its language ia  euily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facta in plain Eng.  'iah without fear or favor.  Its liato and describes 4626 Copper  Mine* and Companies in all parts of  the world*- descriptions running from  two lines to, sixteen pages, according  to importance of the property.  Tbe Copper Handbook is concedes to  he the  TAKE NOTICE that an application has  been made to register Harcourt P. Dickinson asthepwoerlnFeeSirnp1e.underaTax Sale-  Deed from George Birkett Taylor, Collector of  Municipality of the City of Greenwood, to  Harcourt P. Dicklnson,bearincr date the 7tli day  of December.A.D. 1907, of all and sing-ular thai  certain parcel or tract of land aud' premises  situate, lying- and being- in the City .of Greenwood, in the Provlnceof British Colun*bla,niore  particularly knownand described as���thcNorth  26 feet of Lot F fve (51, Block'Eleven (11), Map  Twenty-One (21), City of Greenwood.  You and each-of you are required to contest  the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five  days from the date of the first insertion of this  notice, and in default of a caveat or certilicate  of Hb pendens beiiif-filed���and ln default of redemption���within such-period, you will be for  ever estopped and debarrod fron' iettinsr up any  claim to or in respect of the said land, and I  shall register Harcourr P. Dicklnsun as owner  thereof.  Dated at Land Registry Office, Kamloops,  Province of British Columbia, thia Sixth,  day of January, A.D. 1908.  W. H. EDMONDS,  District RegUtrar  To LAURA A. WARD- " 7t  Osoi'cos Land District, District of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that we A J. Hughes and  Sam McOrmond..of Eholt. B.C., occupation Carpenter and Store Keeper, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following  described laud3:���  Coniniencin-r at a post planted 40 chains in a  southerly di rection from a C P.R. Survey Part  marked N.E. Corner. Lot 2701, thence south 40  chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north 40  chains, tbence east 80 chains to pla-e of com  uiencement, *20 acres more or less.  A. J. HUGHES.  "SAM McORMOND.  Dated October Kth, 1907.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE That Ellen Long,of Park  Kapids, Minn., occupation Housekeeper,  Intend* to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands: Commencing at  a post-planted at the South East corner of Application to Purchase Record No. 2C.4S being  Survey Lot No. 788S; thence east 80chains ;  thence south 60 chains; tbence west 80 chains;  thence north 60 chains to point of commencement, and containing 480 acres, more or less.  ELLEN LONG,  Per Henry Strauss, Agent  "Dale! December 9th, 1907  The Mining Man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines,  mining and the metal.  Jl The Investor needs the book for the  facts it gives bim about mining, min-.  log investments and copper statistic*.  Hundred of swindling companies are  expoted in plain English.  Price is tis in Buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in. fnlt library morocco. Will be  seat, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returneJ  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  453_PostofBce Block, Houghton,  Michigan,  $50,000 DEBENTURE BONDS  ���   .���OF THE���  Providence Mining Company, Limited.  Non-Pei'sonal Liability. Situated  near Greenwood, B.C., and Incorporated under the Laws nf  British Columbia.  Similkameen Land District-   District  of Yale,  TAKE NOTICE'.bat William Edward Mc-  Arthur oi Greenwood, British Columbia,  by occupation Lumberman, intends to apply  fora special timber licence wver the following  described lands: Commencing at a post planted  at about fiva cbains distant in au easterly  direction from tbe northwest corner of A.  risher's pre-emption, Lot 1098; thence east  abont 35 chains: thence south 40 chains to Q  Eustace's northwest corner; thence east 35  chains; thence nonh 40 cbains toLontier's  southwest corner; tbence north 40 chains;  thence cast 10 cha ns; thence north 40 chains;  thencewest80chains; thence south 80 chains  to the place of beginning and containing 640  -icres, more or less.  Located the 17th dayof December, 1907.  WittiAM Edward McAkthub.  Dated 27th December, 1907. ia3-5t  This Far-famed Sanitarium with i  its Sulphur Springs and Urtsur- ���  passed accommodation ia JUST X  THE PLACE to build and get *  a FRESH START,  Rates Sli��9 per Hay and Up  This Company operates Through  Standard Sleeping Cars. Dining  Cars and First Class Tourist  Sleepers.  For Rates, Reservations aud any  information desired.  Call on or write,  :>,Y*m  '���*%��V:Vi**  YMfr  vm  J. MOB},  D.P.A. NsIsmi  b. rt.  B. J. COYfcEj,  A,O.P.A.Va-MS*--*r  ���OCMT  IIDPATH,  eXBBNWOO?,  oo-��>oooocoo��ooo>e*��aa-Bs-a��asii >  J  '���'V^&k  mm  ':������' Y$H  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Sega  lations.  ANT available Dominion Land* within the  Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be  homesieaded by any parton who U th* sole  head ol a family,-or any male over U years of  ajfe, tc lhe eatent of oa��<iaarter ssctloa of 160  acres more or leu.  Kni ry must be made personally at .th* local  land < ffice for tbe district la which tha land I*  situ .e. Entry by prosy na&y, hawerer, b*  ma e on certain condition* by the <ath*r, '  rar-iher, soa, daughter, brvthcr orslstar of an  in.ending homestoader.  The homesteader is reijulred %o perform th*  conditions connected therewith n��d*r *ue of  the following plans:  (1) At least alz- months' rasidaac* apoa and  cultivation ol the land la *ach y��*r for three  years.  12) If the father (or mother, U the father U  deceased), ofthe homesteader reside* upon a  .'arm In th* vicinity of the land entered for,the  requirement* as to residence may b* satisfied  by inch person residing- with th* fathar or  mother.  [31 If thc settler ha* hi* para-aaaartesldeaec  upon f->- alag- land owned by him la th* rlda-  ity -it him homestead, th* raqalrmwats aa to  residence may be MtUfled by r**idanc* apoa  the aaid land.  Six months' notice in writing- should beg-iren  to th* CommUslonsr of Dominion Land* at  Ottawa ol Intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining tight* may b* l*>s*d for  a period of tw��ety-on* y*ar* at ar> annual  rental of $1 par acre. Not mora than UfO  acres shall be leased to oa* ladivMsal or  company. A royalty at tb* rate of fir* cant  per ton shall be collected oa the merchantable  coal mined.  W. ���W.CORT,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorised publication a f this ad  Tertlsement will not be paid fer.  Ym  BIDS will be received bv the undersigned  ' until Mondav. February 3rd, 1908, 12  o'clock noon, for the piirchose of the whole or  any part .of the Fifty Thousand :��50.000.00)  Dollars. These bonds will be dated January  l6t, 1908, and will mature Jaunarv 1st, 1913,  payable at-fhe First Trust and Savlnp" Bank,  Chicago, Illinois, and secured by ail of tin- pro-  fierty of the Company, real and personal, bea--  inr interest at six (6) per cent per annum, payable July 1st and January 1st of each ye*"*" at  the. First Trust and SaviuBS Hank, Chicago.  Illinois. '  The mine has snipped over Four Hundred  SIOO.COO.OC) Dollars worth oi ore to the smelter  in the past four years. These bonds art-  authorized by resolutiou passed at the Annual  (Stockholders' Meeting- of October lith, VKt?  The Committee icserve tlicrigh'tte reject any  or all bids.  Information of any character pertaining to  tbe propcrtT er issue of the bonds will be fur-  ntohed by applyint; to  M. S. MADDEN,  Secretary,  Room "a?, No. 301 Dearborn st.,      Chicago. IIl_  Form of Notice.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale"  TAKE NOTICE Ilia*. C. C. J*h..dos, of Ncl-  son, Province of British Columbia, by  occituation^ccoontarit, intends tu ajiply for  permission to purchase the following described  Laud: ���  CoinmencJii-? at a post planted at the North  East corner of Gorman V.'c!:'."s Lot No. 2SI7, on  the West Fork of tlie Main Kettle River, thence  south 40 chains; thence East 40 chains; ihence  oorlli 40 chains ; theme west 40 Chains to point  of commencement, and conuiuinir 1W acres  more oj less.  Dated No-vember 2nh, I9t>7.  C. C. Huodes.  Per Joseph H.&kasia, Agent  SimilkameeB Land District.  District  of Ytle  TAKE ftOTICE that Joseph B. Leasia of  tbe District of Tale, Province of British  Columbla.by occupatiou timber crnlaeir, intend*  to apply for permission to purchase thefollowing  described land: Commencing at a poet marked  J. H. Leasla's S.B. Corner Poot situated at the  North East corner of J.H, Fesney's application  Lot 612; thence north 20 chaise; these* west  70 chalus; thence sooth 3> chalas; thence eut  20 chains, to place of commencement, aad containing Wacres, more orleas.  Joseph H. Iieasia, Xocator  Dated Norember Zed, 1907.  t  Similhamean Land District. District  or Yale  TAKE NOTICE tbat Anna Will jn, of Park  Kapids, Minn., occupation Housekeeper,  intends to apply for permission to purchase  thc following described land*: Commencing  at a post planted at the North East corner of  Vf. Bauer's Preemption Record No. USS, being  Survey L.ot No. 789S ; theace East 80 chain*;  tbence sonth 60 chains; thence Weet 80 chains;  thence north 60 chains, to point of commence^  ment containing 480 acres, more or lee*.  Attn A. WILSON.  Per 3enr*r Stranes, Ageat  Dated December llth, HOT,  ���"�����^?��iffiijfcg5 *K>a��muxqK��9  m-sii'mnimaiiiM  *" *- ""-I v "** ���- T l ** i/-1 l. -** -**      ^ .. >      f    * *   ~* ^r *���"--       T  Tf-IE boundary creek tiMes.  I  i  Stoves  We carry 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       !  ;ents' furnishings  We carry none but the best in Men's  and Boy's Clothing���In fact we are  THB OUTFITTERS in this line.  ���;���; OOMPANY,   LTD.  ^HARDWARE           CLOTHING GROCERIES  ��!���___ ' ".    ' .  .  Always Ask for  soft's  M  ftl.6  Greenwood Dquor 0o.  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  J*����jXj)tjXjt&&jPj*j��jltjltj)tJlf&��jfijltJ*jtj)t  THE  STORE  WITH THE  REPUTATION  w,     ���    I Sellers  * Second  te  FULL VALUE J.  te  te  MONEY    .      *  te  ___��� te  FOR YOUR  Hand  Stoves  STOVEJALK  While we are long  on New Stoves from  the best foundries,  we are short on  second-hand stoves,  and are prepared to  pay the best price  for the latter.  Call early and avoid  the mad rush.  WANTED I  Buyers  for  my  New  Stoves  A. L. WHITE  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  t��i ^" �������'�� ���"*" '���" ������� > -#  Purely Personal j  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be  absent from Green-wood for some  months.  4r  TOWN 10&ICS.  5 Phone 16 FURNITURE AND STOVE MAN fcv  - * te  s��*yr*?-af*j-racjS'jfr'jf-a?*sricjf*af*af*j-?*j<-- &t*'4?iff&&*s"&iPt?���K*��pje,a*>*i-"-s?*a?  (KX>OO<)CK>O<><X��<>O<>O<KKX><XK>00O<>OO<>0<>0<)<X><X>^^  6  ION RANGES  f These are they that ye judge by.  ���fl' We can sell them cheaply.  A full  line���Ready for your  Inspection.  ishop  CK>OOOOOC^>0000<>000<>0<>0<XK>000<>C^K)<>0^^  Get your Job Printing done at the Times'  Offices*   Prices Moderate,  Roy Jamieson, of Hedley, -was  a visitor in the city this week.  G. O. Guise, of Westbridge,  was a Greenwood visitor Tuesday  S. Benerman, of Midway, waB  in town Wednesday and Thursday.  Mrs. A. F. Thomas returned  to her home in Nelson the latter  part of last week.  Mrs. D. C.McRae is spending  some days in Phoenix visiting her  sister-in-law there.  James Noel arrived from Movie Tuesday, and -will remain for  a while visiting friends.  John H- Hemmerle ��� arrived on  Tuesday from Seattle, to visit  his brother'Thos. Hemmerle.  J. A. Russell, left on Tuesday  afternoon to attend the meeting  of the Associated Boards of Trade  Patrick Kennedy,one of the oldest prospectors of the couutry  came in from the West Fork this  week.  Rev. Samuel Lundie, minister  of the kirk at Phoenix and Miss  Lundie were visitors at the Manse  yesterday.  Mrs. Thomas Thomas and  daughter who recently came from  North Wales, England, will remain for some time.  A. B. W. Hodges came into the  city on Wednesday's train.- Yesterday he spent at the Dominion  Copper Co's Smelter at Boundary  Falls.  Superintendent D.C. Coleman's  private car was on the siding  in the C.P.R. yards yesterday.  He was accompanied by his chief  despatches  Archie Aberdeen, who has been  iu Goldfields, Nevava, since last  fall, returned to Greenwood, looking well, considering he was sick  for quite a period in Nevada. Mr.  Aberdeen intends going to the  Similkameen shortly to develop  his high-grade properties there.  Mrs. Dill and Mrs. Anderson  went with their husbands to Nelson yesterday, K. C. B. Frith  and T. M. Gulley will act as corporal guards to the other married  members of the broom brig ade.  I. Oppenheimer and Mrs. Oppenheimer, parents of Dr. S. S  Oppenheimer left on yesterday afternoon's train for their home in  Montreal. They will leave shortly on a trip to Europe, where  they will spend some time.  H. McCutcheon went to Grand  Forks on Tuesday to visit his  old friend and former superintendent in His .Majesty's service, R.  R. Gilpin, collector of customs at  that port. Judge Brown went  over on the same train and was in  cb ambers there on Wednesday.  Patrick Hickey,who was of the  prospecting party which found a  big deposit of hematite in Northern Ontario last fall, left for that  section again last Tuesday. Iu  about a mouth's time, they will  be preparing tp go in again to  their prospect before the ice  breaks.  On Friday night last-a surprise  party was given Mrs. G. A. Rendell, of Eholt, at her home there  by a number of old friends from  Greenwood. The party drove up  in a sleigh. Among those pre  sent were, Misses Goddard,Dynes  and Mcintosh, Mrs. Spankie,Mrs.  Redpath, T. Jenkins and wife,  and J. L. Watson.  Twenty-eight ladies attended  the meeting held at Mrs. Keffer's  on Monday last to form a Reading  club, It is to be hoped that this  will be a mother institutibn in  more ways than one and that it  may lead to the adoption of its  idea in many little groups aud  circles about town.  W. J. Roberts/of the Traylor  Engineering Co., New York, was  in town on Wednesday. He represents the iirtn that installed the-  bigNo. 3 furnace at Boundary  Falls last spring. He is now  working on plans for the enlargement of the Granby Smelter.  While here he visited the Smelter  ot Boundary Falls.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 9f  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings  Everybody dances at |b.e  Eagle's hall, Friday night.  Hen fruit in Greenwood is  quoted at 60 cents a dozen.  The ice harvest is now on. The  ice is clean and made from pure  water. It is being cut in -blocks  from 10 to 13 inches in thickness.  Valentines and valentine postcards, great variety���comic and  sentimental at McRae Bros.  The close season for sellin g  drinks in Kelson is between the  hours of 12 o'clock Saturday night  and"7 o'cloclc Monday morning.  Lowney's phocolates', in tasty  boxes, pheasant to look upon���  buy some for her at Coles' Bookstore. ' i. '. '  Rev. F. J. Rutherford will  preach (D V."), ony Suuday morning on the subject, "Learning  God's Will," and in the evening  on "Amusements," and their  place in our-lives.  Copley" Amory, of New York  city, a director of the B.C. Cop--  perNCo., spent a few days in  Greenwood this week visiting the  offices and- smelter of the company. ,  C.P.R, Tie Inspector  Graham,  of Nelson, is in Greenwood this  week inspecting the thousands of  ties that have been cut the past  three months.  i ������-  At noon today  117   seats   had  been reserved for the play tonight  A great'many people have been  thinking seats were not being reserved.    Have you taken yours ?���  W. Anderson, formerly in the  in the employ of P. W. George &  Co., came in from Vancouver  this morning. He is on-his way  to Montreal where his brother is  ill.  If you want to know everything  about everything and to leara it  in the cheapest way, get a World's  Almanac at Coles' \ Bookstore.  Remember the reliable Canadian  Almanac.  J. E. McAllister, manager of  the B.C. Copper Co. - is leaving  tonight for New York.y The~an-  nua.1 geueral meeting of the shareholders of the company is called  for February llth at Charleston,  West Virginia. The report of  the company is not expected f p  be in the hands of the stockholders until about that time.  The regular dance of the Entre  Nous danciug club on Wednesday  night was attended by more than  twice the number at the first  dance. Miss Hartmann at the  piano and Frank Moore with, the  trap drum provided music that  made the evening delightful.  The dances are to be held every  Wednesday night in the Masonic  Hall and every assurance of good  dance music is given the devotees  of the light fantastic.  A very cleverly hand-painted  poster has been on exhibition in  P. W. George & Co's window this  week advertising the p-ay, "Confusion." It is the work of Miss  J. Beldon and indicates the trouble  to which the members of the club  have gone to make the entire program a huge success. Remember  it tonight.  The first of  February will see  *  ���  some changes in the management of the' restaurants of the  city. Mrs. Greig, at the Pacific  Hotel will undertake the, supervision of the diuingroom and cafe  conducted for some months by  Howard Moore in the Pacific.  The Windsor will again open its  diuingroom.  Remember the dance in Eagle's  hall every Friday niglrt.  For Sale or Rent Pianos, Sew  ing Machines, Organs, Etc. A..  L. White, The 2nd- Hand Man,  Phone 16. '  The young people of the Meth.  dist church aud the C.E. Society  of the Presbyterian church are  now indulging in joint meetings.  The second of these was held in  theNMethodist Church on Wednesday evening, several .members  from.each society taking part.  A social concluded the affair. "  ���_ Last night, the Boy's Brigade,  thirty-four strong turned out* od  parade. Boys from six feet tall  to two feet five inches, regularly  arranged, halted in front, of McRae Bros.'store to see if thtirj  drums and bugles had come.'  Soon Greenwood will have a boy's  brigade bug-le band. The instruments had been delayed and the  boys formed fours,, right wheeled  and marched bravely down the  street to the rat-a-tat, tat of their  single drum., ^  The last issus. of the Anaconda  News was distributed about town  yesterday. Robert preached its  funeral sermon but has not decided whether it will be resurrected  or not. Early next, month the  editor and proprietor will leave  to attend the Washington State  College at Pullman. Robert;is  looking to a more lucrative business but asserts that he will do  his utmost to retain his type fingers in their usual condition. He  has been an industrous - boy and  we can predict for him a brilliant  academic career.  On Friday last over 25 couples  attended the dance iH the Eagles-  hall. and the three essentials for'  a successful dance were very  prominent, viz.: Good floor, good  music, good time. The music  consisted of three pieces, .piano,  violin and drums. Miss Minnie  Hart, who presided at the piano,  is a graduate of the Royal College  of Music, London, England, aad  jjndoubtedly operates vyith taste  and "talent;"' Her. sister, Miss  Cissy Hart, with the violin, certainly shows her gift in this  direction; whilst H. Herbs keeps  the cfowdin good? tune with the  tap of the drums. These dances  are held every Friday evening in  the Eagles' hall under the" direction of Walter Murray.'; Any  parties contemplating private or  public dances should certainly interview the Friday night orches-  tra* who'se talent is second to none  in the Boundary.  CRYSTAL BLEND  COFFEE  We all have our notions regarding  coffee, and it's not easy to produce  a blend that will suit everybody.  But WD seem to have such a blend.  Ii's all coffee and all good coffee.   ' If  I  you dou't like it   you'll  be  one.    Try   it.       Per- 31b  the first  package  $1,00  tThe HPTERKEWDRICK C0*,LTD%  ���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^t^.^^.^^^^^.^.  Cottage:,   4   rooms,   close   in.  "'    \4 robms, near hospital  -��� '   - 4 rooms, neat1 Smelter  Log House, 4 rooms " "  Cabins and Rooms in all parts  of the City.  �����>  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.  4��    ~ ,       OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.  ���**-y"*^--J* *$���-*����� t^" iff. *^* *J�� ���J* ��$��� ">J* *J�� ��^�� *J*-��^-�� *J* *J�� *J�� ��^�� *^�� ��ij* ��^�� "Tp* -*l*  4-  aa��a*aaa<k��aaaaat>*amaaamnavm'aa*aa��aaaam***��*f *���*����**�����  IP. BURRS & CO., Ltd.  ��  ��  *  �� ���  ��  -��  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  a  ��  *  ��  ��  tt'  ��  .. DEALERS IN ..  Tresb and gured meats  -a* ' "* . "V  Fish and Poultry.  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  *  *  ��  ��  *  *  s  *  ��������������*����tt��*��0��tt*tttttt��*����������tttt����A^<^^tttt*tttttttttttt*��*tt*tt*��  tmaimmWmmmWaammmamimWaammaaaaWaaanMmmMWammmmtaaaamaa  The Label on your paper tells when your  Subscription expires*   We need the money  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  <"i  ^V-\  lr*  MINK  CAMP  Granby Mines ."..   ........Phoenix  ..' Phoenix  Mother . Lode      <..  ..   Deadwood  Brooklyn-Stemwinder ...  ...... Phoenix  Rawhide  ,.....-  Phoenix  Idaho, Phoenix  Phoenix  Sunset,   YY.Y..Y  Deadwood  Mountain Rose Summit  Ath*lst3n-Jackpot .......... Wellington  Morrisou Deadwood  B. C.NMine Summit  r. pell , Summit-  Emma   Summit  Oro Denoro   Summit  Senator Summit  Sulphur King Summit  BreyFogle Summit  No. 37  /...'��� Summit  Reliance  Summit  Winnipeg.... Wellington  Golden Crown     Wellington  King   Solomon W.  Copper  BigCopper. v W. Copper  No. 7 Mine , Central  City of Paris '. White's  Jewel Long Lake  Carmi West Fork  Sally ���'���   West Fork  Riverside .'. V^esl Fork  Providence .......". .......Providenec  Elkhorn ....Providence  Skylark- , , Skylark  Helen.. .'... .....Skylark  Bonnie Bell ��� ���  Crescent ��� ���������������  Don Pedro ...-   Mavis .; ..���.:.... ���,..   Strathmore .������������  Rambler". .........  Preston.. ;   �����������������*���������'������'  Prince Henry.......... Skylark  Ivast Chance ..Skylark  BPU, Mine Skylark  Bay-'. Y. Skylark  Ruby.... Boundary Falls  Republic Boundary Falls  Miscellaneous -. -  1900  1901       1902       1903  1904  1905  1906  1907,  WEEK  54,553  231,762- 309,858 393,718 548,703  653,889  801,404  629,381  18,075  297  1,731    20,800   71,212  '-    .  8,426.  136,139  5,340  99,034 141,326 138,079 174,2->8  174,567  104,120  210,175  ...  ...  ���   '                        ...                        ���������  25,950  .  55,731  140,685  44,004  ...  " *"  3-.070  25,108  .26.032  y 2,960  63,219  15,092  '"  ....  802      7,455 ��� 15,731  3,250  ..     3,056  ���48,390  29,949  ...  ..."                  ...                       ���������  1,759  4,747.  4,555  4.192  ...  1,200  550       ..j          5,^46  4,586  ...  ...  ...  ...  ��� ������  150       3,339  -    ...  ...  649.  .'..  19,494  47,405   14,811   19,365  560 .   ....  -..  ���  1,345  1.370  '"  650     8.530   22,937  37,960  9,485  12,881  11,287  ��.  ��� *���            15,537  16,400  3.007  6,404  11,997  ...  ��� ������         f  1363  ,3,460  ���  1,833  33  ...  "'  ...    ,  222  364  33  ���������  *������  ...  ��  1076  1,040  785  2.250  875  625  .  665  482  ...  2,000   .  ..  160  "350   .  890  2,435  150  586  219  150  80  3,230     3,456 325,  "  30  30  ...  ..*  79  .   245  86  55  �������  �����-  ��� ���*  ���������  '  60  ...  993     726  770 .-:  1,140  700  *  400     325  150  150  20  ��������  52  ' 535  589  212  M  ....  80  ...  ...  ..��  .*  .   20 "  ...  ... -  ..���  ������.  90  ...  �����   '.  ..���  -*   ���������       f  ...,    40  45  .*��� -  ...  '����..  20  :...  .-���-;:,.,. '  ..���  -20/  140  .'-  20  ���������  ������ ���  .-���'  -76  "-������ ���  .���������  ���*��  ... .  20  ' '   ���  ..���  ���������  ...   -;  15  ��"-���'���   " .  ..���  ��0  689  ...  ..��--"-'���.    ���  ..���  167     300  ���      255  ..."  �����  ...  ...    ���  73  ...  30  t     ���������  *.  ...  ...  ...  ���*���  .         60 ..   '  - 20  ...  ... -  "��  SOO       750  500  171  ��� 20  ...  .7   97,600   390,500   506,816   690,422 829,708 934,708 1,164,034     1,158,561    18,075  Total tons   Smel er Treatment  Granby Co ..Grand Forks 62,387 230,828 312,340 401,921596,252  BC. Copper Co...*.-.... ^..Greenwood .. 117,611 148,600 162,913 210,484  Doni. Copper Co..'-. .Boundary Falls ... ��� ���        132,570  '30,930  Total tona reduced ...;.... 62,387 348,439 460,940 69V,40i 837,666  687,988    838,847 622,013       17,376  210,830     121,031 344,749  84,059 - 218,811 156,<KH)  933,877 1,178,689 1^22,690      17,376


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