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 -VL*'  VOL- 13  GREENWOOD,   B. C.,   FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY 26,   1909.  No. 25  Jf=  Spring 8c Summer  We have put into stock the largest   range   of   Wash  Dress Goods ever shown in the Boundary District.    All  the best and most.beautiful, materials are shown in   great  variety and-.at reasonable prices-  BARCLAY & CO.  DRY GOODS���BOOTS & SHOES���MILLINERY  rir  ��� %...  -%  %  ��� %  %  %  ���%  :   %  -4  %  %  %  %  %  ���r-ptriT'ii-jK-'iriciriPirjriPiPir t<'tft?irrtrtr*r#'ir*r%ririt'#'X'*'  ���   m\  the New Year Right \  By getting a ��  REGINA WATCH I  They  are the  Best in the World,  v   A. LOGAN & CO.   |  %���������������'������ m\  J Have these Watches -at all prices, from $7 to $100, Jj   They are absolutely guaranteed.  Call and See Them  ��j Special diScbunt on AU: watch cases during this month fc  ~eW f'-"���'*'"���     "-'    ��� ..--r,,$;-".y&t^-**- -v,..      -. .���>     ,       N , ���     . -    .a ,^. ��� -,-*fif  *% -"'Z1 '���  ���  ���' ������.-.'������^���'������;.- .���*- ���' -      fe  X'-r--- ���' "������' '���'��� i-" y':;'   /��� ���' '-;*'"���' y-" ������' ���'" ������   --*"-fc  tr ip %rir r r jr ir ��p *���-�������'��e r tt ir jp it tP**c**frirKririrK'*irirfp*iP����,i��,*ir .;  I  De veil realize tbe great and  distinct advantage of Buvina  Your Shoes irom us ?  - It is not the price Which "makes our Men's Shoes  popular, biit our Policy of always having the best  Shoes possible for. the price.  Every Shoe'we . carry is made specially for us,  by the largest Manufactures in Canada and the States-  We are receiving daily shipments'of all classes  of Men's foot wear.  The time is near at hand when you will be  looking for your Spring Shoes, Don't overlook the  fact-that we can show you a larger range than all the  Others,put   together. '*  GENERAL MINING  Work  on   the  Bruce mine at  Midway is progrttSiitfp atea-iily.  The Mrce at work on the E. P. U.  has encountered a chattft in tke  formation whieh it especially encouraging. The Diamend.Texas  too is said to be looking better  every day.  The movement to Gowganda,  the new silver district of Ontario,  has assumed large proportions,  and nuny sales af property are  reported- some at large igures.  A tract of 1000 acres has been  selected by tke government for a  townsite. and it it expected that  a branch of the government railway will be built through the  Gowganda district next summer.  In the Kaslo district arranger  meats are being made to consolidate a number of the silver-lead  properties adjacent to to the  Krao, and to drive a tunnel to  tap the ore at a depth of 1,200 ft.  By doing this the water problem  on these claims would be solved.  The Yankee Girl at Kaslo is  sacking 209 sacks of ore a day  aud has begun shipments to the  Northport smelter.  Another big Sheep Creek deal  has occurred in which J. L. Warner, tor eastern parties, took a  bond on the Columbia group from  J. G. Devlin, A. Poole, William  Waldie and H. Ames, for a large  consideration. Valuable sulphide  ore veins resembling that of tbe  Queen at the same camp, were recently struck on the Nevada claim  of the Columbia group. Warner  is tbe same man who recently concluded a deal with John. Mc Martin for the Kootenay Bell and the  Mother Lode. .   ,  Current quotations on Le Roi  Two carry with them the.-dividend  which has just* been declared and  which is payable on March llth.  The Lake Superior copper mines are at present producing at the  rate of 253,000,000 lbs. of refined  copper   per   annum, " as/ against  BRITISH COLUMBIA COPPER CO'S,  ANNUAL REPORT  217,000,000 lbs. a year ago. The  shipments of metal by rail contiu-  ue at a rate equal to present production and thcus-ii a falling off  in shipments bv rail is quite likely after the present month, the  local stocks of metal have been so  thoroughly cleaned up that tbe  opening ot navigation in April  will find considerab'e less copper  ou the docks than it saw a year  ago.���Miuing World.  In the suit brought by the La  Rose Mining Co., of Cobalt,  against the Right of Way involving $i6O,0O0 worth of ore, tbe  Privy Council has given judgment  in favor of the Ritfht of Way.  TtaVChViweiatiVWash., Copper  Mioing'aud Sthefting Co. is to  erect-* $23,000 reduction plant at  Blue Creek: ;    !'!'���'': "  The new tipple- at New Michel  is completed and working perfectly :���>���    ���     --':   ;   ���  The British Columbia Copper Co. have issued their annual   report   for the  year ending- Nov. 30.1908.   The report covers two periods, that of lhe   suspension ofmining- and smelting operations for five   months  from Dec. 1. 1907, to  April 30, 1908, and during- the period of operation for seven   months,   May lto  gfogV  Nov. 30,1908.  Alay 1 to Nov, 30, 1908: .  Metal shipments (proceeds). .........-'  Profits from ores soil, etc....;.   Total profit   Expenses, maintenance, etc   ���'":        .Profitfor seven months   To balance carried to general profit and loss account, being de-  rT*-"-'" ���---iJP'eaaelin^^ forNovt30,1907;  expenditure during suspension of operations Dec. 1,1907, to  April 30,.1908, and items in suspense   ���'- s Net profits for year .*   - .  Previous surplus Nov. 30   1907   Profit and loss surplus...   Dominion Copper Affairs.  The following letter has been  sent out to the shareholders of  the Dominion Copper Co. in protest to the plan of reorganization  offered bv the bondholder's committee, whose plan of reorganization seems to put the wage  earners with the general creditors  and apparently makes no provision   aside   from   paying them in  $1,036,635  13,324  1,099.959  899,475  200,484  106,7*3  93,691  176,041  269,732  i  P. W, GEORGE & GO.  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men's Wear in Greenwood  (F*  iff*  =--&  ENGLISH  Otto of  Cold Cream  ���x-,,,..,..,.... ,. ���...,.... ���   25    CENTS  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  The* Drug Store of Quality,  ^ ^��� ���-*  The general balance sheet as of Nov. 30,1908, compare as follows :  Cost of properties, book value..:...,.       $2,577,315 $2,555,881  Inventories -��f materials -and supplies.....       201,437 165,927  .    Cnn-ent assets ._.....'.......:���    157M62 338-645  Deferred items                6,412 5,674  Total ,...,...;.....   2,942,626 3,066,129  Liabilities:  Capital stock.. \    2,515,000 2.*#15,000  Current liabilities... ���.      157,895 268,844  Shipments ofjeopper. ,.          106,244  Surplus ;...       259,731 176,041  Total ; .;.     2,942,626 3,066,129  General Manager J. B.-McAllister, says: A feature of the work during the  past year has been the cooperation of the different departments in 'endeavoring  to secure the remits which are herewith submitted.  In arriving at the'openting-costs for lhe year, the   total   eipenditure'has  beenhaken from May 1, thereby includiag all expense of opening the-propertieB-  after the shutdown, aUhough'production did not start until Juue 1.    Upon  tbis  basis:  Cost per ton of ore handled, including, all charges from ore in place  to sale of the contained metals. .,  $26,322  Coat of producing, refining and marketing, per pound of   flue cop-  per,af ter crediting expenditure with gold and silver values (cents) ��� 9,996  The net profit from operations, from June.1, when production com-  - ^ menced, to Nov. 30 :   238,413  From which has been deducted expenditure in reopening-   the property during month of May.....  37.929  Leaving a balance of profit from operatious from May 1 to Nov. 30 200,483  Theyear.has closed with the mines and reducHon works in excellent condition, and the outlook for the ensuing year very satisfactory.  Judgment for Plaintiff.  Mr. Justice Irving in the case  oi Barnes vs. B.C. Copper Co. has  delivered judgment in favor of  the plaintiff Barnes and has fixed  the damages to be paid at 14,500.  The action was for injuries received by the plaintiff while employed as a brakeman at tbe B.C.  Copper Co's smelter at Greenwood.  The unfortunate man was run  down by a motor while, hi's foot  was caught in a hole which bad  previously been covered by a bar  which bad been removed, and the  court held that the evidence ' had  established that the brakes on  the motor were not working pro-  perely as a. result of being worn:  down by work.  The case wi'l be appealed and  will come up before the sittings  of the Supreme Court at Vancouver in April:  S. S. Taylor, K.C., appeared  for plaintiff,--it.' S. Lennie and I.  H. 'Hallett fOrdefefldalfts.  Curling  The Greenwood-Phoenix curling competition Wednesday  night, resulted in favor of the  home rinks by 3-1, Greenwood  thus winning the Smith cup for  the year 1909. In the consolation  game that followed the Mountaineers vindicated their reputation  -in A spectacular round of six ends  *;'*> -,���. .t^A'  *^-   ������"'���-.v^';^y' "'"*'' --Vi'* ���' -���>'-'���'<��'���-"- i%'- '������'������    ���'.  ' ���  -<  KARL RIEDELSBERGER, The Celebrated Prussian Violinist, now  appearing at the Auditorium.  Dominion Copper Stockholders  As the plans just submitted bv  the Re-organization committee of  the Dominion Copper Co. look   to  us as offering to the stockholders  practically nothing   in   the new  companv for their; holdings in tbe  old company,we have taken steps  to procure a better offer for   the  stockholders,   than  the one just  submitted by the committee.  In' our opinion   the    present  stockholder is- wiped out without  he assents to the present pi an and  puts in mere money.    While this'  is often the case in mining companies who are heavily   in   debt  and whose   properties   have not  proven to be of   much  value, we  believe from what we   bave been  able to learn, that the Dominion.  Copper Company has a very good  property,   in   fact  a great many  people believe it   to   be equal to  tbe British Columbia Copper Co.,'  and in proportion to* its   size as  good as"the Granby.    It seems to  ns that a property the size cf the  Dominion Copper Co.,   with   its  own smelter and the   amount  of  money said to have bean expended  in the past to develop . its  mines  and equip. ther property, should  have  enough   intrinsic value to  offer the stockholders a much better plan than the one submitted.  It   is  our belief that tbe plan  submitted should be altered in at  least two very important partica.  lars ; First, that the power of  sale for less than $800,000 should  be restricted, and not permissable  after tbe plan of reorganization  has been accomplished, because  then the question of the second  sale should be left to the subscribers under such plan ; Second,  tbat there should be a larger issue of stock to the old stockholders, at least 40 or 50 shares instead of ten.    If the plan submit-  a��iPh��riiug.YYYY.  ted is not made   favorable to   us  ^"^^m'^aY   we would suggest a thorough examination of the properties by  competent and reliable engineers,  and if the report is a good one  tbat the stockholders combine and  form a syndicate and make a bid  for tbe properties of this company  for their protection.  We ourselves are stockholders  in this companv, and as we have  a great many clients wbo are interested in Dominion stock, we  feel it our duty to protect their  holdings as much as possible.and  we should be very glad to have  all stockholders sign below if they  are in sympathy with our ideas,  and will be interested in forming  a stockholders' protective committee.���F. W. Mason & Co., 53  State St., Boston, Mass.  ������Hot Air" President in B.C,  J. J. Warren of Toronto, president of the Spokane and British  Columbia railway, or "Hot Air  line." was in the Boundary last  week, accompanied by the company's solicitor, Mr. Beck of Re-  public. It is stated unofficially  that the right of way for the company's line from Republic te Spokane has been purchased and that  the construction of tbis piece of  road will shortly be undertaken,1  thereby connecting Spokane with  the Boundary by a direct route.'  Freight Reductions,  The new East and West bound  cl 'ass and cothmod ity rates between  the business centres of Eastern  Cauada and the. United States  and all Boundary points including  Greenwood, which became effective in Canada on February 8th  aud United States and Canadian  points on February 27th, show  considerable reduction in manv  classes of freight. Canoed goods,  all kinds, in car lots are reduced  20c per hundred lbs, and a reduction of 25c is shown on mixed cats  of eggs, butter and cheese. A reduction is also shown in 3rd, 4th  and Sth clasB rates.  Wrestling,  , Quite a number of those interested lh indoor athletics turned  out .to witness the: wrestling  match in the Aii'litn-iiim la��t  night between Frank Kilard, < f  Phoenix, and J.ick Calder, <f  Greenwood. The contest was fc r  he best two out of \taree or one  hour's wrestling, thumVu >'id ar.d  strangle-hold barred and was a  clean and gentlemanly exhibiti< n  ofthe manly sport of wrestling  Although greatly handicapped  by tbe superior weight and  strength of his opponen*. C-ilder  showed admirable grit and cleverness and was the aggressor during the greater part of the engagement which resulted in a  draw, each man winning one fall.  Hockey  The Phoenix-Greenwood hockey match on Tuesday night resulted in a score of 2-1 in favor of  Greenwood after 20 minutes'  play when as a result of a row  over a disputed goal the Phoenix  boys threw up tbe game and ungraceful lv retired.  The game, while it lasted, was  the fastest seen here.this season,  and tiie exhibition of cold-feet by-  the hill-team was greatly regretted by the spectators. Grand  Forks, plays Phoenix in the latter  town tonight for the championship of the Boundary.  Patrick Martin Keenoy is in  the- provincial gaol at Greenwood awaiting examination before a commission as to his sanity.  Patrick's particular hallucination  is an idea that agents of the  Southern Pacific are following  him with the intention of decollating him.  The Silver King'mine at Nelson is to be re-opened and a num-  ber of men are alreay employed in  getting things under way.  F.or< the promotion of the business interests of the Boundary  country \tessrs. McClung & Goodeve, the public-spirited proprietors, of the Windsor'hotel offer a  first prize of $26 for the best essay of 1,500 words or less on -The  Resources of Greenwood District,'  mineral, timber, agricultural,  horticultural, etc.  The competition will be open  until April 10th, and Mavor Bunting, E.G. Warren and Principal  Watson of .the public school will  aot as judges. If permission be  granted The Times will be pleased to publish ithe winning composition.'  -���V- ���-"���-��� Febrasrjr J6. ��������  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  Th* '���llowiar table -rive* thi ore tfalpnaatk of Bopodarjr mint* for list, MM, IMS, IMS,  1904, MKK, l<m, f*-��T.J��W ������ rvportad te tta�� Qmnwood Timw-  Utnn.  Granby  Miaou....  SaowakM   B.C. CopfttCo...  Mother Lot*���.  H. C. Mlia   Km ma   Oro Vmmmtm.   Napoleon   Olhrre ._   Dom. Copper Co  Krookl-ra-Staat.  Idaho   Kawhide   -*!tna<t   Moaotatii Roae.  AUilMUn   Morrlwa..   R. Ball   Senator...   Brey ��"o��to-   Ho. 3T   Kia*-ae1ooiea...  Blf Coppar .    No. 7 Mla��._   Cltjr of Parle ....  Jewel.   Rirerald-u.   Carmi   Sallj-   Rambler   Batcher Bot   Bnaesa.   ProTidaoca.   Blkiam   Sirathaiora.   Golden Kajrle .. .  Prestos   Prlaea Hsarr  ������  Skylark.   Laat Cfaaaee   K. P. U. MitM....  Bay.   Ma-rU _   Dos Pedro   Ceeacsnt.   HsUb   Rsbjr   Repobllc_   Mlaoallla-ieoaa..  lttl  211.7*2  1,741  two  1983        1904  Ml/riS   54*.7Q3  naa     lie*  i-tt��  M1.4M  8.4%  t9/U4 141,314 ;.is.rr> ii*jm  19,494     47,4tt     14,811      19,345  &��      S.M0     22,937    37,940        15J37     J6.480  147.S7&   106.90C   208,231  1W 1��U t��B* Wash  MJ^arl. 1.0JS.747 UM89 KJb*  135 ON        58,754 39,320    2JBS0  7.808  t.<  9.48K  yam  802  7.45J     15,731  YY..       5,44*    I��  ito  "i��5  "m  2,����  310  78B  625  482  iiii  899  32JS0  3,0W  3JS0  l.T��  4.586  3.339  540  363  2,435  58,731  "2*181  3jQM  4,747  3.4S8  2S2  3*4  33  11.884  3.1T7  :  ��     .'.  14��^8��  48J40  14)3  18JT4  14,��B1  43JM  2,988  *4,1T3  31.278  ���nam  ' 294,615 71,379  1,-IU     -  58,989    1,423  11,186   11.213 11,810  4����       IU0       n,-m   171  "iii  ..   9  649  33  U8  219  30  79  145  IM  993  400   16*7  736  325  52  90  300  ���nil  ISO  as  S35  689  2%  73  20  40  90  80  30  Ti  138   i  9     18  1,140  40  40  TOO  ��  S  60  140  20  15  5-tt  30  45   s     60  750  20  500  Total, toas^.   Smelter traata-eat���  Qraabr Co.    1W8T1  B.C. CoffMrCo   U7,6U  Dom. Oop. Co>..        3,456 325 S��  SBtt^T*'. 690,419   829^08   933^481,161^71,1484)7      212^40   401,921   596^253   <a7,<<W   8��^79   63*7^26 1,037^44  14tX��   U2.913   219,4*4   ZXOJDi   12X04O   341^82     76,04*        132J5XI 30 84,(0--   ZlSJTll    1$3.4��      %3b0  128419     C6JS3  8,734  fl  T^MJ reduced      61,389   348,439   460,940   697,404107^6   982,8771,1?2,4031^33,017 THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK  TIMHS  :?5-.';  ���VI  <P*  Cr**  ��2  ���c  ��� ���.  auk of Montreal   $12,000,090.  ESTABLISHED 1617.  Capital, all paid ip, $14,400,000.        Hot���  umbivibu Pbtopits $2i7.��aa.s6     ���  Hon. Prealdaat:   Lobb Stsatbcoba ajid Mowit Korafc, G. C. M. t..  President:   Six Qaonos A. D����n��i��wrD,K.C. JM. S.  Vlce-Proal-teat and Oeoeral Maaajm :   Sis E. S. Cixto��t��h, Bakt  Bianefees in Lotdoi, En*. US^.Frl52&f Nw Yort,  Boy and aell Sterling BackaafJ sad Caale Traa-rfera ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, aTaElaale la any a*n*M Us world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at cnnrcat rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. WROCTOR, Mtaager.  ����**��.��*�������,��.*.��.���.��<-��-,<.�� Germans ^ Eager for CanadV  * MINES AND MlfflGj  inaa^aamaaa^aaamaaaaa-tiaaa i  ian Trade  Graham Cruickshank, head as-  saver for the Centre Star group  has taken a position in the concentrating mill at Moyie.  The Le Roi Two Co. has declared a dividend of two shillings a  share payable on March llth.  J836  THE BANK OF  1909  British North America  73 Years In Business.  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  A Joint  Account  may be opened by two members of a f.iinily.  Either may deposit or withdraw money 0:1 his or her  own signature alone, so that  either may do tlie banking, as is most convenient.  ��1.00 opens a Savings Account.    Interest at  highest  current rate is paid Money may be withdrawn  at any time.  Greenwood Branch^H. F. STOW, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notaky Piratic.  Cable Address:      *' Hallbtt."  1 Bedford M'Nelil's  Codes { Moreifur * Meal-i.  iLelber's  Qaa-wwooo, B. 0  by the Department of Labor, and  tha necessary steps have been  taken to constitute the board of  arbitration.  A strike of 30 inches of valuable  ore is reported by the Aurora  Mining and Milling C >,  Owing to losses by the Fernie  fire the Crow's Nest Pa*-s Coal  Co., has passed its dividend for  the last half of 1908.  For Reduction of Rates.  ROUHDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  He. 3 S.I. O.O. f.  nets  etery   Tuesday aWaniog ai 8 00 In ttjf  .. O. y. Hall.    A cordial tai-H tattoo la mt  ��� led lo all sojourning- bretfaera.  A. MACDONALD A. LOGAN,  N. O. V. C.  R. J. SAUNDERS, Rec. Sec.  Che  ���A*  !.n;lary Creek Times  "rssutd Swerv fridav  Millar a; Davidson, Leasees.  X                                  ,    ,   ,  J.M.MILLAR -       -       MAKAOaMt  SUBSCRIPTIONS IM ADVAKCB.  Pes Yeaji       ���   -�� ��>  S>x Months   1 *  To FoKBIOIf CotJ!��i-��i���� 2 SO  Hon. W. S. Fielding has an-  nuonced that his recent mission  to England and France has resulted in most satisfactory arrangements.  The Minister expressed satisfaction at the terms on which the  unusually large Canadian loan  had been arranged.  It is said that the G.T P. will  build from Fort George to Vancouver this year if the provincial  government will guarantee the  bonds.  Ralph Smith, M.P., has introduced an amendment to the Railway Act to applv the eight-hour  day to all telegraphers and despatches.  Tbe estimates brought down  by tbe provincial legislature contemplate an extraordinarily large  expenditure on public warks and  wauld indicate the near approach  of a general election for the province.  FRIDAT. FEBRUARY ��, 190��  Tbe annual budget speech of  Finance Minister Tatlow is an en-  coi.ragin(-r document, and the optimistic forecast?��� >f the province's  future are borne out by general  conditions.  The vast resources of British  Columbia in lumbering, mining,  agriculture, horticulture and  fisheries afford great room for  development, and it is a matter  of remark that the province  should be drained of millions of  dollars each year in the impar  tation of food-stuffs.  In the settlement of   tha unde-  . veloped areas ot   farm lands the  provincial  government has keen  anything but progressive.  The policy of handing over  large tracts of arable land to  speculative corporations has re  tarded the settlement of the country, and while the prairie lands  are given free to the actual settler it is not to be expected that  ''esirable immigrants will take  possession of British Columbia  ands under the conditions irapos-  :>oscd by tbe holders of these  ������rants.  T :������<������ -jest use that could be made  ������1 put of the surplus money in  the ������r--via-:ial treasury would be.  to survey the arable lands that  yet remain of the public domain  and place them in the hands of  the homesteader.  A conference between the fruit  growers of the province aud  C.P.R. officials will be held on  March 1st at Victoria.  The principal business of   the  meeting will be the discussion of  the representations of the fruitgrowers in favor ot a reduction of  the rates on fruit shipped   from  this province to the prairie country, the rates from interior points  to Vancouver,   the   general   improvement of tbe freight and refrigerator car service, as well as  the question of   the   competition  of American fruit.  Dr. Stressman, president of the  German-Canadian Economic as-  soc'ation, and a member of the  Reichstag, on behalf of the German government, savs; "Our relations with Canada have foT  some time past been the obj-ct oi  our most earnest attention.  There is no hindrance on the'  part of Germany to bringing  about an understanding which  will permit the entry of the product* of each land into the olher,  under favorable conditions. So  far steps taken for this purpose  have led to no result. I cheiish.  however, the hope that once  again the Canadian market will  be made accessible to Germany  and the German market to Canada."'  KEl  TLE  VALLEY FRUIT  �����=- r\1V LaJ i?������~~* ���-~   Warrants have been issued for  arrest of the editors of the New  York World and the Indianapolis  News for criminal libel in connection with the Panama Canal purchase from the French owners.  During the coming summer the  C.P.R. will run three daily trains  from Montreal to the coast.  During the 12 months ending  Nov. 1908 the movements of  aliens show that the emigra ion  from the United States has exceeded the immigration by 71 J00  ^n  In reply to a delegation of 30  representatives of the B.C. executive of the Trades and Labor  Congress of Canada who asked  that no further assistance be given to immigration to this province. Premier McBride and his  colleagues promised to take tbe  matter into serious consideration.  Great preparations are beirf  made for the inauguration of  President-elect Taft on March 4th  and the ceremqny promises to he  the most pompous affair that ever  took place in America.  P3(DM@��ir Pap��r0  Cbc...  Boundary  Creek times  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining District.  Tbe application ��f tha locked-  out Teamster's Union of Winnipeg for a commission tsndar the  Lemieux Act  has been   granted J Revelstoke Observer.  The bill to amend the election  act provides that notices of pretest against names being left on  the lists shall be posted for three  weeks before action is taken.  In connection with the. local  option agitation we hold strongly  that the election of the licensing  committees should be placed directly in the hands of the people  and the committees selected in  the same way as school trustees.  This would ensure the licensing  committees being in sympathy  with tbe popular view. The action of the McBride government in  arrogating to itself the granting  or refusal of licenses is nothing  short of a public scandal. It is  an application to British administration of the bureaucratic system of Russia, and practieallv  means that the licensing administration is a political machine ���  TThe Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  T The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods.  SBB IF IT CAN'T.  Myncaster on the Great Northern 4  miles--cMidte>ay on C&SQ 6  miles,    Lands for Sale in 5 to 20   cAcre Lots, witfiwater rights  Zfor particulars apply to D. R.   Tait,  Midway,  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Morrison, Pi op.  The Pacific is the  Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The nest Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  ���fr -����� -#-��� ���!��� *f* -*��*- "-fr -f* *#*��  00000000000000000000-0-0-9-900  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber.Mouldings,  Windows, Doors.  Shingles, Bricks.  Cement,    etc.,   etc.   :  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.,  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  PHONE 65.  43000000000000000000-OOOOeOO  Hotel.  Copper  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition   issued March, 1908.)  Size :   Octavo.   Pages :   1228.  Chapters : 25.  Scooe: The Copper Industry   of  the  -World.  Covering ; Copper History. Geologv,  Geography, Chemistry, Wineralolgy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes.Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines in detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  eic.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  sun mm  m on torn-  The Miner needs the book for the  facts it gives hini regardio Geology,  Mining); Copper Deposit * . Copper  Mines.  The Copper Consumer needs the book  for every chapter it contains. It tells  what and explains how and why.  The Investor in Copper Shares cannot afford to be without it. The Copper Handbook gives statistics and gen  eral information on one band, with  thousands of dstailed mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper  mines of the entire world, and the 40  pages of condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more than the price  of the book to each and every owner of  copper mining shares.  Price : $5.00 in Buckram whh gilt  top, or $7.50 ib full library morocco.  Terms : The most liberal. Send no  money, but order the book sent you,  all carriage charges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits.. Can  you afford not toseethe book and judge  for yourself of its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHEl��DO NBUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  AT THE CHORCHBS  Prbsbyterian���Services will be codf  ducted morning and evening,   11 a.m.  and 7.30 p m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Mbthodist��� Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct seivices as usual at  Methodist Church morning and evening  Services every Sunday, morning and  Sunday School at 3.  Cathouc���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service let, ttoirdaad  fourth Sunday ia each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; veapers and benedio-  tion at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday schools*  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bbdahd, O. M. I.  pastor.  Church of Engiand (St. Juda's)���  Every Sunday, looming iand etening.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. m.  Sunday school, 2.30 p.m. Holy Oem-  munion, lat Sunday at 8 a. m; other  Sundays   after Matins at  11 a. m.  Saints'  Day services as announced  in  Church. .  Rev. F Vernon Venables, Vicar.  Close to the Smelter.  The Best Appointed Workingmen's Hotel in the City  lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.    Hot and  Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OI��A LOFSTADy, Proprietor  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, B. G  D ARE NTS who wish to Becure for  *��� their daughter the benefit* of a  solid and refined education will do wall  to consider the advantages the Convent School, Nelson, offers.  The Convent is large and comneal  ious and a large: number of Bear-Sara  can be accomodated. The Schoel ia  superintended and taught by the Slate-s, who have mtteh experience in  training and educating children.  The course of study comprises Christian Doctrine, Grammar, Geography,  Arithmetic, English aud CaaaaUan  History, Stenography, Bookkeeping,  Typewriting, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, Needlework, Vccal and Instrumental Music, French   and  Hygiene.  For further particulars apply to���  Sister Sdvbsiox,8t. Jossfh's ���chooi.  Nbmon, B. C  ^/Tnbsor H@tel  MCCLUNG and GOODEVE Prepricttrs.  I Finest Furnished House in tbe Boundary  }j Steam Heated.   Lighted   throughout   with olactric lights.  j' First-class Bar.    Strictly up-to-date goods.  f       FIRST CUSS CAFE, 01>&i DAY AND NISHT  **-fr��*��*fr-fr-��-**frfr*fr^ X  Arlington Hotel  The Arlington is centrally  located, warm rooms, good  meals and a Bar stocked  with the best Liquors  and Cigars.  C. A, Dempsey, Prop.  *  at  4*  .*  i un n  Electric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-comprea-  sing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous ji vti  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  *  *  *  4*  * *44"tV**4^4^"^ THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  PROVINCIAL ITEMS!  The snowfall at Rossland for  this winter has reached 100.45  inches.  Kt-remeos has organized a  Board of Trade with Geo. K'rby  president.  Tbe Ccmmons has gran'pr| two  veai's pxtension tf time to the  K iotenay Central.  A quicker and better s-eamship  service is asked tor between Australia and Wancouver.  J. H. McMullen, formerly of  Pernie, has been appointed inspector of provincial police.  Arthur - Flewin, son of John  Flewin, of Port Simpson, was  drowsed in the Skeena river.  liach of the ch'vf iv-  tans of the body i- a  link in the Chain of  Life. A chain is no  stronger than its  weakest link, the body  no stronger than its  weakest organ. If there is weakness of stomach, liver or lungs, there is a  weak link in the chain of life which may snap at anytime. Often this so-cul'cti  "weakness" is caused by lack of nutrition, the result of weakness or disease  of the ntpmach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases cud  weaknesses of the stomach and its allied organs are cured by the use of Dr.  Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. When the weak or diseased stompch is  cured, diseases of other organs which seem remote from the stomach but which  have their origin in a diseased condition of the stomach and  Other organs  of digestion and nutrition, are cured  also.  Tlie mtroni matt has a strong stomach.  Take the above recommended "Diseov.  ery" and you may have a atroni atom.  ash and a strong body.  Givbn Away.���Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser,  new revised Edition, is seat, free on receipt of stamps to pay  expense of mailing only. Send 31 one-cent stamps for the  book in paper covers, or 50 stamps for the cloth-bound volume.   Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  | GENERAL NOTES j  Geronitno, once chief of the  Apache Indians is dead at Fort  Sill, Ok., where he had been a  prisioner of war for twenty-two  years.  Itis   probable that the North "  Vancouver Ferry system will   be      Th4?   St. Catherines city coun-  A MOTHER'S TALK  TO MOTHERS.  taken over by the municipality.  Tbe contract for the Columbia  : river bridge at Revelstoke will be  gone ahead with immediately.  J. P. Roberts has been appoint-  [4-a-tJ   inspector   for   the Northern  Crown Bank in B.C. .  Immigration Inspector McCallum  of Grand Forks, has turned back  22 Italian laborers who were on  their way to Keremeos under cen-  . tract, in violation of the Alien  Labor Act.  It is rumoured that the Great  Northern will build from Wenat-  chie up into the Okanagan country.  The Committee on private bills  reported unfavorably in the matter of application for privileges  by the Shuswap and Thompson  river boom company.  Mill men and loggers are organizing under the name of the  B.C. Lumber, Logging and Forestry Association.  The Hamilton Powder Co. is  supplying Kootenay settlers with  stumping powder at $6.25 per  box.  The    trail     from   Revelstoke  through the Big Bend   to the G.  T.P. will be opened in the spring  with a ferry at Canoe Creek.  cil   has  c )urts.  been   unseated   by   tbe  Following the death of Grand  Duke Alexis of Russia comes the  news of the death of Grand Duke  Vladimir.  The U S. will build a canal  from Celilo Falls at Big Eddy  above tbe Dalles on the Columbia  river.  The proposed canal has a length  of 44,890 feet, a width of 65 feet  on the bottom with locks 300 feet  long.  Fully 90 per cent, of the Niagara peach crop for 1909 has been  killed by frost.  California has deported  14 insane aliens.  The Naval Bill calling for a  total appropriation of $136,000,000  has passed the United States senate.  Provision was made for two  battleships of 26,000 displacement  to cost $6,000,000 each.  The Alberta Legislature will  ask the Governor-Gen eral-in-  Council that the proceeds ef the  sales of school lands in Alberta  be handed over to the province.  What Zam-Buk did In a Western Home.  Here is just one illustration of the  wisdom of keeping a box of Zam-Buk  always handy. It a true record of the  varied uses to which thia great balm  was put���with highly satisfactory result in every case���in just one family  and during a few month only. Mrs. C  J. Irlatn, of 907, William Avenue, Win  nipeg, makes the report as follows:���  " I have found Zam-Buk so very use  ful ar a household balm that I want to  make its merits still more widely known  Some eight weeks ago my brother, Mr..  C Proctor happened serious accident,  While at work, a ruaty nail penetrated  the palm of bis right hand. The rust  ofthe nail poisoned the fllesh and inflammation set in quickly. He went to  the General Hospital and consulted a  a doctor, who advised poulticing to  draw ont the poison. This was applied  but when there was no improvement  af I er a few days, I beg applying Zam-  Buk Datm, leaving of poulticies.  " The effects was almost magical!  Zam-Buk soothed the pain, drew out the  poison, and allayed all inflammation.  Bealing then commenced, and in a few  days he was able to sesutne work.  " Six weeks ago my husbahd, Mr. C.  J. Irlatn, while returning from work  quiet lrte in {he evening, was bitten by  a dog, the dog's teeth penetrating the  flesh on his thigh just above the knee  Direckly he came home Zam-Buck  was applied to the wound, and in a few  days the soreness was gone and the  wound thoroughly   healed.  "A third instance ofthe healing pow  er of Zam-Buk was provided when my  little boy had a nasty fall. He is five  years old, and was playing one day  when he fell. His head struck on a  sharp stone, which cut a nasty gash.  As soon as I had, washed xhe cut I ap-  Zoin-Buk in the usual way, and it was  really wonderful ��� how quickly it relieved the little fellow's pain. Within a  week the cut���a deep one���was quiet  healed.  Every mothee who once proves the  all-round value of Zam-Buk will ne.er  aOain be without it."  Zam-Buk is a pure herbal balm, and  cures cuts, burns, bruises, abscesses,  ulcers, eczema, scalp sores, ringworm,  chapped hands, cold-sores, frost-bite,  bad-leg, inflamdc patches, etc. It also  cures piles. Usen as . embrocation it  will be fouud to remove rheumatism,  sciatica, and neuralgia. All druggists  and -Stores sell at 50c a box, or post free  from Zam-Buk Co., Teronto, for price.  world's foremost artists, in their  pa-.icu'a- profession, Karl Ried-  elsberger, the famous Prussian  violinist, and Miss Lena Duthie,  the celebrated Scottish Soprano,  with their respective compar*ies  will appear in the Auditorium  on Friday and Saturda\ evenings  Karl R edelsberger is undouburl-  ly America's foremost violinist  today and ranks among ibe  world's greatest. . Miss L n;*  Uuthie has won the sincerest  prai-es from all parts of the civilized world by her masterly renditions of tbe songs of Scotland  and I'eland, and the character  sketches of the national life, in  costume, never fail to create roars  of laughter. Miss Margaret D-c-  iel, a noted pianiste, lends pleasing variety to a magnificent program, while the other entertaia-  ers are all artists of undoub'ed  ability. The scats are now selling  at Logan's Jewelery store. An  entire change of program will be  presented each evening.  MRS MURRAY, graduate in voca!  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils in piano, organ nnd  voice. Latest Conservatory method*,  taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday.  Tuesday and Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Satur  dav. Por terms and further particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  $250-00 in Prizes  Distributed   Monthly  ForRoyalStandardCoupons  Every person who buys a 49 lb sack of ROYAL STANDARD  flour has a chance of winning an elegant and costly 109 piece china dinner  set 1 hese beautiful prizes will be delivered free of all charges to the ten  lucky persons holding the coupons bearing the numbers corresponding to those  drawn at the end of the month.  All you have to do is to buy a sack of ROYAL STANDARD  flour, save the coupons, and compare them each month with the number of  the prize winners. Your name may be among them at any time. Of course  the more coupons you have the more chances there are of winning a prize.  1 he full deta Is of the contest are on the back of each coupon.  The housekeeper who buys ROYAL STANDARD is securing  the best flour that mature milling experience, No 1 hard wheat, and the most  modern machinery obtainable can produce.  Manufactured only   by  VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO.. LTD.  Vancouver, B. C.  "* Four hundred persona were  killed in a theatre fire at Acapul-  co, Mex.  W. A. MoPhalen has been given judgment for $3,500 against  the City of Vancouver for the  loss of an eye caused by a defective sidewalk.  Last week's clearances at Vancouver show an increase of about  $1,000,000 over the totals for the  corresponding week last year.  The coast and mountain lumber  men have arranged to hold a conference at Calgarv on March 23rd.  Among other subjects for dis-.  ��ussion will be an exhibit of lumber aad shingles for the A-Y-P.  Exposition at Seattle, and the  question of pressing the. Dominion government to place a duty  on lumber and shingles entering  Canada.  Admiral Lord Charles Beresford has resigned the post of  Commander-in-chief of the Channel fleet.  All C.P.R. steamships will   be  equipped with wireless telegraphy  A Grand Attraction.  Lovers of the best in the entertainment line will welcome the  announcement that we are to have  a joint engagement of two of the  Wanted���A situation by a reliable and experienced woman as  housekeeper, chambermaid, din-  in groom work or assistant cook.  Apply to M.C., box 1, Denoro, B.C.  Eastern Capital ready to investigate legitimate investments���lands,timber or min.  es���in Biitish Columbia.  Address in first instance  with full purticulars���"Capital, " c-o Noble and Co.,  Molsons Bank Building, Vancouver,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Sprlngdale and Mavis Mineral Clalmi, situate  In Greenwaod Mining DlrUloh of Tale  District. Where located: In Skylark Camjv  TAKE NOTICE tiat I, l*d-amnd T. Wick  wire, Free Miners' Certificate No. B14251,  Intend, sixty days from the date heraof, to apply to tbe Minln-r Recorder for Certificates of  Improvement!, for tbe pnrpose ot cbtalalni-  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice tbat acilon, tinder  Section 37, mmt  be oorameBced before the  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 20th da; of Febrnarr, A. D. 1909  EDMUND T. WICKWIRE.  TTCTM  Snyoopsis ot Canadian Mi-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY available ' ominion Lands Within the  Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be  homestraded by any person who iu the sole head  of a family, or any male over 18 years of age,  to llie extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres,  more or less.  Kntry must be made personally at the local  laud office for the disrict in which the land is  situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made on certain conditions by lhe father,  mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, of an.  intendin(f homesteader.  Tlie homesteader is rri|uired to preform thc  conditions connected there with under one of  the following-plans;  1) At least six months* residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father Cor mother, if tbe fat her is de  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  in the viciuity of the land entered for, the re  quirements as to residence may be satisfied by  snch person resldin-r with the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence  pon f irmintf land owi.ed by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence upon thc  said land,  Six months' notice in wrltUfr should be (jl-ven  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ot  tawa of Intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mininir rig-hls may be leased fora  period of twenty-one years at an annual re.tal  of $1. per acre. Nut more tban 2,5*0acres shall  be leased'to one individual or company. A roy-  aliiy at the r.-teoffive cents per ton shall be  collected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the InterL'-r  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of this ad  vertisetnent will not be mid for.  na  Get   your   Job Printing at the  Times' Office.  The drafting of the Redistribution Bill which is to define the  constituencies of Alberta has  been referred to a committee of.  five.  One hundred miners were killed  in a coal mine, explosion at Newcastle, England.  The first session of the 12th  legislature of Ontario is in sess-  sion.  Hon. Thos. Crawford was reappointed speaker.  w.y'.-.-.'.-'-  L'<pl.lu.H".'.''.l]...1.1'...'1"1 ���  "������ii*i*f"W;**ii;;.Vi*i*i'Mi;-i  tf        i.i ���!    Till  "I  BURMNBlTGHIiNG ECZEMA  CAUSED MANY SLEEPLESS NIGHTS.  r��.  Miss Mabel Kaspp, of 247 Wolfe Street.,  Peteiboro', Ont., says : " tight months ago  Email white blotches and pimples brcke out  on my hands. To keep from tubbing and  scratching was impossible as the the itching was  intense. This caused the pimples to break forming mattered sores between my fingers ->nr" spreading to the joints of my fingers. My hands were  actually in a raw state. I suffered cruelly lying  awake night after night with the burning, itching  sensation and pains which followed. For months I could not beer my hands in  water and did vary very little work about the house. - Various remedies were  tried still the disease was' not checked and I was now almost discouraged when a  statement in tbe newspaper made by some person who had been cured of a similar  disease by using Zam-Buk caught my attention. I obtained n box of Zam-Buk  and began using it.   Eacb application brought great relief.   It checked almost  _  instantly the burning   and   itching  and  HEALING, SOOTHING ANO  sootbed the puns, and toon banished all  ANTISEPTIC inflammation and swelling and in about  Zam-Buk cur�� cuts, bums, scalds,   |hre, weeks from commencing with Zarn-  uleers, ringworm, itch, barber's rasb, Buk, I was cored of this dread disease.'  piaplet aad eruptions, blood poison,  aad leg, salt rheum, abrasions, abces-  sea aad ail skin diseases. As an embrocation it is good for rheumatism,  sciatic* aad all non pains when well  rubbed ia. Ofallstoresaoddruggists,  50 emu boa er Croat Zatr-BJTCo.,  Toroato, postpaid for price..  FREE!  . Send to tbe  Zam-BukCo.  Toronto for a  free sample.  Cut out this  coupon and  mail witb ic  stamp for  postage, tms  The oven does  the baking, the  flre:box controls  the oven heat,  and the grates  hold the coal or  wood that produces the heat, so  THE GRATES  are important.  -"-fefc-s-y^i^^w"-'^^  ^Double  \puplex  Grates  "Sask-alta" Double Duplex Grates are made  in four pieces, each grate shaken separately.  Ashes over one grate can be shaken without  wasting good fuel over other grate. No poking  necessary, thereby saving fuel. Dampers at both  ends of fire-box secure perfect drafts. When  grates are inverted for wood a patent clamp  retains them in position. The easiest-working  way is the surest-serving way���-and that's  "Sask-alta" way.  leodsR,TereaU,M��at7eaJ, Winnipeg. V*ncflu ver, St John, Hamilton, Caiiary  NABOB  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  ,  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  mam  We will send you The Boundary Creek  Times with ali the News of thc Boundary  and The Farm and Ranch Review. Cal/  gary, a first/class Rancher's Paper, from  now until January 1st, 1910.  HOME-MADE  MEDIOINE  Said to Relievo Kidney Trouble  ���nd Rheumatism  One ounce Fluid Extraet Dandelion i.  One onnoe Compound SeUteao;  Four ounces Compound Syrup  Sareaparillt;  Mixed aad taken ia taaspoonfal  doses after meals and at bedtime, is  stated by a prominent phyaieian to  give moat excellent neons ia kidney  or urinary afflictions, and also in  rheumatism and eoiatiea. The mixture opens the clogged pores of the  kidneys, thus irnisHrif them ia their  work of filtering all waste and aeistm-  oiis matter from the Mood, and expel*  these in the urine. To allow this  poisonous matter to rsmasa mans  that it will settle ia the auuealar  tissues or joints, and oeaee the untold  misery known as rheumatism.  The mixture iaoompoesd of harmless vegetable ingiedisatu whieh can  be purohased at any good drug store,  and mixed at home.  Anyone suffering from any of these  afflictions will no doakt he pleased to  learn of so simple aad highly neon-  mended remedy.  >-�����*-���  Everybody  Agrees  that COD LIVER OIL and IRON arc  beyond question tke greatest medicines known. Then why does not  everybody *ake Cod Liver Oil and  Iron? Simply because most people  cannot take the Oil and few can digest  the Iron in any ordinary form. . These  difficulties have been entirely removed  by the introduction of FERROL, in  which the Iron is scientifically combined with the Oil, rendering the Oil  palatable and the Iron digestible.  While  FERROL  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole of tbe Oil)  and is richer  in oil than any other  emul>ion,and while it contains just the  right quantity of the best form of Iron  and Phosphorus, it is so scientifically  prepared that not one person in a thousand finds  any trouble in  taking  it,  ind infants digest it without difficulty.  Moreover the well-established value of  the   Oil   and    Iron    is    immensely  enhanced by the process of manufacture, and as the formula is freely exposed it is not to be wondered at that  physicians    everywhere    have    fully  endorsed FERROL and used it largely  in their practice.    FERROL is invaluable for the treatment of any kind of  Lung or Bronchial troubles, while for  wasting diseases it has no equal, and  ������You Know What  Vou Take"  BOVRIL  the kitchen  economist  ThejJManitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  Send us $3.00 aad receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witn all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year.  Much of the left-over food vvu no-./  throw out can bi* turned i:i: ��� c'i_li-  cious dishes by the ndc!itio:i ��. f ii  little Bovril.  It gives warmo-I-ovcr -*n-*i:.* I'-.-i  juiciness of the ori^inul ccokinp.  It gives body and stritvjt'i tn :..".-.���.���-..;  and gravies.  It gives a deliciou-., ; '.-u-.r.t. ,"-... .-  tc cold meats and li:-- Ik :.  Every day yon will find r.r.vrli ;i !.*���,*���  and an economy   ir.  your l-itch-vi.  Bovril contains the essence, f.avor  and nutrient substance of tlvo v. ry  best beef. It gives -..trcaz'.'i .'ira  nourishment to the invalid, and lu-'-p-  folness and economy to ���':-"��� coclx.  All good grocerc sell BOVHT' THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  s  &9m)s>z&3&7&r2>7& EaW 3tf y*a��g�� &SG��&��4*��<3��&��&&!&&��&&&&=  Money  Saved  For You  Up to Feb. 20th  ���������������� H-^WHnsia^li-aan Jia-^ ���>���*��������>' is lam Wai   S OtHHiHl  Purely Personal!  To make room for New   Spring   Goods, we  are offering the following inducements:  25 per cent off clothing  25 per cent off Hats and Caps.  20 per cent off Underwear and Sweaters.  20 per cent off shirts of all kinds.  And other Bargains Just as great.  $  I  illl  ',.i      Hardware, Groceries, Clothing and Gents,  i'J Furnishings.  il  "       ^   _  .r  D. C. McRae is on a business  trip to Spokaue.  Johu H. East, of Midway, was  ia the city ou Wednesday.  Mrs. W. J. Meagher, of Grand  Forks, is visiting with the Misses  Buckless.  Messrs. Handasyde, Bortou and  Baker went up to the Bell mine  this week.  W. Nelson, ot Vancouver, representing the Remington Typewriter is in the city.  Miss Lucy, of Slocan city, is  visiting her uncle, John Lucy, at  the Windsor hotel.  H. A. Greig,of Weyburn.Sask.,  with his wife and child, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Grei^-, of thc  Pacific hotel.  W. E. Davidson, of the well-  known firm of stationers, Smith,  Davidson & Wright, ��� Vancouver,  is in the Boundary in the interests  of his firm.  Mrs. F. W. Hart, who has boen  iu Greenwood for several month:?,  is leaving for Prince Rupert  where Mr Hart is engaged in the  furniture bu'it-ess.  Euglish Prints, chaiu brays, and  ginghams in great variety at  Barclay & Co'.-.  Thomas Curnnijrfcrd, of Yer-  ington, Nev., wiii leav<- uxlay for  his homo taking with h-iui his  little boy, KcMif, whom Mrs.  Crowley has bad in charge for  the past seven years. We are  pleased to record that si.ccess has  attended Mr Cummer ford's operations in the sage-brush State.  t*  ^  TOWN IOTICj  Just the thing  Bass and   -^  Guinness in Nips  Direct Importation.  Greenwood Ciquor Co.  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  The Ladies' Guild of St. Jude's  Church will meet next Tuesday at  at the home of Mrs. Proctor.  Beginning on Monday the afternoon school sessions will be  lengthened from 1.30 to 4 o'clock.  The Eastern Townships Bank  will erect a building at Grand  Forks to replace the premises destroyed by fire last summer.  Dress goods and trimmings--  immense stock, Barclay & Oo.  It is probable that the K< ttie  Valley Fish and Game Protective  Association will spend their surplus cash in stocking local lakes  with trout spawn.  New Spring goods, Barclay &Co  The new flasher sign on the  Thomas Drug Co's store is an ornament to the city and a c edit  to that enterprising firm. The  sign was constructed by the Art  Sign Co., of Rochester, N.Y.  Miss Beldon took part iu the  play, "Confusion," by the Nelson  Amateur Dramatic Club and was  the recipient) of special compliments from the press of that city  for her interpretation of the role  of "Miss Lucretia Tickleby."  The Greenwood-Phoenix Tu uuel  do. have b��*en given the charter  for their tram-line, and we are  informed that arrangements have  beeu almost completed to commence operations on the big tunnel in the early spring.  Barclay & Co. handle the best  line of Ladies' and Children's  Boots and Shoes in the Boundary  Wheu you want Wall-paper,  send for us. We will give you a  figure on thefiiished job. McRae Bros.  <. Auditor.um-.  TRUKK5 BA.(iS��'��*5'c?  New Line of TRUNKS  & VALISES just received  See us for Prices  Singer Sewing Machine $20  Singer Sewing Machine $10  Wanzer Sewing Machine $10  Can be seen at the 01C Store  Two Nights  commencing-  Friday,  Feb. 26th,  Special combined engagement of  DUIB1E-RIELELSBERGER CO.  Fsaluring-  Karl  Riedelsberger & Co.  The celebrated Prussian Violinist.  Lena Duthie & Co.  Acknowledged everywhere  "Queen  of  S-otiish Song "  Two memorable Evenings of  Music !   Laughter I Song!  Entire change f program each night.  Tickets now selling at Logan's Jewellery store.   Prices $1.00. 75c. & 50c  T. THOMAS  MERCHANT  TAILOR . . . .  CLOTHES CLEANED,  PRESSED AND REPAIRED sw   ���'���"        ���  Agent for the  Blaine Bros.,  Co., Limited.  Mr. Bake Wilso\ for mauy  years manneer in the Kootenays  for.P. Burns & Co , has bQen ?p-  poiutcd coast mnnagrr for lhe  firm and will establish headquarters at Vancouver. J. VI. Dovle.  of the Rr*velst��'ke branch, will  succeed to the N-lson m mage  meet.  Startriifhf shoes are the  right  shoes for children.  Barclay & Co  Rev. J. H. White, general secretary f��>r mis-uni-* ii BC,, will  occupy the pulpit in the Methodist church on Sunday, Feb-utry  28tb. 7 30 p ra , and <n Mmdav  evening will give an illustr��led  talk on "Here and there in B.C. ',  Silver c t'lection at the door. The  Dr. would like to nir-et every child  in Gree'iwood-on M mdav evening  Antiseptic Hind deaner has  got soap skinned a milf*. We  guarantee the goods. Z id H u d,  A. L. White.  What Made Spokane.  Speaking b-torw a meeting of  the numbers of the Chamber of  Commeice at Los Ai^el-''. Mayi r  Moore, if Spi kane, c'elive ed tbe  following nugrificent cotnp i  meut bo the mining industry of  British Columbia.  '���In thf panic oi 189.-5 and 1894  Spokane was saved from the  sheriff's bands bv the sale of the  Le Roi mine of Rossland, owned  entirely by Spokane men. The  transfer took nearly $5,000,000 in  cash into the city and since then  untold millions have  poured inlo  it from the mines of   British Ccl-  Barclay & Co's line  of Ladies'jumbia and Idaho  Oxfords for spring is   very   complete���all styles, all leathers.  The pupils of the two   highest  The appealing tenderness of  "Annie ; Laurie" has awakened  grades of the public school vere 0<iblest" "notions in thousands,  favored with a lecture en Music "Oder the spall ot L^na Duthie's  yesterday afternoon by Mr. Karl marvellous voice, and her rend.t-  Riedelsberger, violinist,whoplayajion of',Loch Lomood'"thatsoD^  in the Auditorium tonight. lW nowrpassed in its beauty, among  afternoon Mr. Riedejsberger willj the songs of love and longing and  speak to the pupils on   the   Ger(  man School System. .-j  "The Lifeof a Flower,"a magnificent selection as interpreted  by Karl Riedelsberger,the famous  Prussian violinist, always Laves  a profound impression. From the  earliest budding of the flowrr to  its decayed death; is desc ibed  with masterly eff ct by this eminent violinist. In bis hands thc  violin becomes a living s.-irit,  breathing forth its message of  -j<->y or sorrow through those 'ones  that find response in the heart.���  advt.  Just received, a large li e of  the famous Startright Shoe for  childrens, give them a trial. Barclay & Co.  the sadness of farewell, has held  yast audiences enraptured,    advt  For Sale-Household Furniture,  in excellent condition. Apply  R. C. G. White, City.  Pianos, sewing machines, stoves, etc.,   for   sale   or rent.    The  O.I.C., Second-hand man,    A. L  White. Phone 16.  For Sale or Rent, immediately,  Two-storey 10-room House on  Kimberley Avenue, property of  R. J. Moffatt. Apply E. H. Mortimer.  For Sale���A 5 room cottage in  good condition, with chicken coop  and woodshed     Easv terms.  Ap  ply to L Daignauifc, Anaconda.  ���:-*-x--:--:~:-.x><����*.>-^  ...  I  T  ?  y  i  ?  ?  ?  Y  I  v  Y  Y  Y  Y  Does Your   Head  Ache ?  Drop in and leave it with us  as it will only cost you 25c to  get rid < f the Worst Headache you ever had.  I  WHITE BROS.,  Druggists -       -       -       Opticians::  I   LAGER AND PORTER, \\  I   GINGER ALE, GINGER BEER,   |  I   ALL KINDS OF  g- y^ARL ONATED DRINKS  PINT BOTTLES FO/? FAMILY USE  i  I  Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood  I Phoenix Brewery Co., !?����* $0,  IK  Have You any Extra Trousers in Your Wardrobe?  They're a mighty useful thing to have, for  they supply the element of change giving your  stock of clothes the appearance of being double of  what it is. Besides which they freshen up old  suits and give and extra lease of life to coats and  vest, thetrousersforwhichhavelong'beenworn.out  We've got a splendid line of extra, trousers made  by the  Campbell's  Clothing  makers��� with all the care as to style, fit and fiinish which is always  associated with this brand.  You will fiind the patterns and material particularly attractive,    The  prices run from $3 00 to $8.50.  The   Hunter-Kendrick   Co.,   Ltd.  ^amwaw^  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Made on the Premises  Bed Lounges  Strong in build and Handsome in  appearance.  Full size from 17*50  T. Jl. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -  F bene 27  Ja a3a* ���"���  djlaa,   Jmmaa aaaaat aau aIm aaaaaa avXfe aamaa amMM aK* aX* alk a\\am% amXaa ammmm mamma, amumat aaamm amaa 'alai M^w -*aBak ���  ���-a-"""1 -^>*----p ^^m^ ^^B^  ^aa^^ ^B.    ^^B9 ^Mw^ ^aaV^ ^aa>     ^aa^^ ^mw^ ^Bt^  rm\y   ^^^^ ^^M\     ^^B^    ^^B:    ^^B^ ^^B^ ^mf^ ^mam^   ^mrn^ ^Wi^ ^aa^^  88-  *  TO RENT  Fine 6-roomed modern house.  4-Roomed  Cottage.  Suite of Rooms in a Block.  Oue Furnished Room.  City Lots at all prices. -  Fine Ranch comprising 715  acres.  ��� ���  2*  *  4��  Bealey Investment & Trust C0;v Ltd  OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. '  4> v 4* -f* 4* *l* -f* *f* *-#' 4* -fr'-fr-l* -f* 4�� 4* ��� 4* 4��4* 4�� 4�� ,-r *& *h  4  *;  :4  ���*'  '*  ���f  I  ������i  I P. BURNS & CO., Ltd  .. DEALERS IN ..  f resb and Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry.  ������/WWII  'I'l  ' ��i  ��!  ��� ��i  a'  .���I  tl  S  :  :  .1  , ������  *<  ���  I  | Palace Livery Stables  DRAYING- -We Can Move Anything  -P. c  si  PROPRIETOR  -*-n^-**^*X-f* *Sjur\nf -^ Kf^Lu *  Your  Printing  Will be attended to promptly11  at this office    .    .    .  ���������;..  This office is replete Vbitb everything neces- i  essary in a printing office to ensure yonr 1  (cvork being done wdh neatness and despatch I

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