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Array VOL- 12  GREENWOOD,   B.C.,   FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY 28   1908.  No. 25  <>000<>0<>��0<KK>000<>0<>C><>OCKXK>000<><X>0<>0 <  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Big  Values in  Carpets  1&  We are headquarters for Carpets and Rugs  of all kinds and have lately added largely  to onr stock.  As a special inducement* to buy early this  spring-, during- the month of February we'  are offering.a liberal discount for cash on all  Carpets and Rugs. We also make and lay  them without extra charge.  No  trouble to  show goods.  B. C. COPPER  NEW OFFICERS  Newman Erb Succeeds Colgate Hoyt as President���All  Other Officers Re-Elected  DEATH OF A^McAULAY.  ey  HOUSE FURNISHERS  Phone 27  Greenwood, B.C.  S<>000-��000000<>0<>000��0<>00-0��000<>0<>0<>^^  President Colgate Hoyt of the  B.C. -Copper Co, has retired, his  place being taken bv Newman Erb  formerly chairman of- the Board  of Directors. On Feb. 13th at  the first meeting ot the directors,  held after.the regular shareholder's meetin g wh ich was on the  llth inst, the following directors  were elected for the ensuing year:  Chairman of the Board,  Newman Erb  President - Newman Erb  Vice-President,    R B. Lawrence  " /' . -      F. L. Sommer  Secretary and-Treasurer,  y R.H. Eggleston  Directors :  Copley Amory       Edwin Hawley  A. N. Brady        B. B. Lawrence  CH. Burke    ' J. C. Reiff  Newman Erb F. L; Sommer  Colgate Hoyt C. A. Starbuck  F. L. Underwood.'  J. E. McAllister, general manager for the company "has not yet  arrived from New York but is exr  pected oh either Monday or Tuesday.  A lexander McAtilay, brother of  Thomas McAulay^-of Beaverdell,  died at the hoirie'ibf his sister,  Mrs. Ewen Keijghtley, Danville,  Wash, i pa Sunday jlast, death, resulting from tuberculosis. Deceased was 40 years of age and  had been living ini this district  aboutlO years. For the last four  years he had been custom's officer  at Carson. Mr. ; McAulay had  the reputation pf being a very  efficient officer and. many of his  friends from al' over the district  attended his funeral on Tuesday  last."  ...  CURLING MASQUERADE  i rs,: ft  a  tt  o -    ��� .        ��  ��*!--*���-*(��sn*��e��i����-9 �����?:������*=���* *!f ����#���*������������'���>-*������'���������*  Ing Progress J.  "William George rand Fred Lvoa  started on Saturday for the Era-  meline claim adjoining the" Riverside group on the Main Kettle  River, five niilesv above Rock  Creek. The Emaieline. has a  large body of silver ore and a tunnelhas been djriyenjn for about  75 feet towards it. y It is the in-  tention of the owners,now to turn  towards the banging wall- and  continue the tunnel.  \   I  . JUST -TO HAND.    ,. ^  Evervthiiig   the  very latest in Ladies' and  Children's White'Muslin Underwear.  SKfris,  gorset Coders  Call and inspect our New Goods for  Spring 1908  Dry Goods.  Millinery  ,A��^AA^^^-^A��-^r^v���^sW^^J^��^v^f'*AA,-'  &3fr  ft  8 .<=���  Bc**hy  On the merit of their performances alone are ||  we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of j|  ___ construction, combined with a skill in manu- ^  Jil/C facture. which is the inheritance of gehera-  tt'ons, make  7mm  JEESSESSL  . laSffibK^WB-  [  Their  thc  charge  are  ���good time keepers and  consequently comfortable watches to carry.  efficiency is assured by a guarantee .which enables  owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of  nearest agent in any part of the world.  They  in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.  NEW COMPRESSOR  The first car of machinery,  comprising the new Mother Lode  Compressor is at the station, arriving yesterday and will be moved to the compressor station at  mine as soon as the track is cleared of an obstruction, the result of  a miniature landslide. The new  machine is of the R-j.nd-duplex-  compound type, with a capacity  of about 3400 feet of air per minute. It will be furnished with a  new cut-off device by which the  amount of air compressed maybe  closely regulated ; the machine  at 25, 50, 75 or 100 per cent of its  full capacity as required.  The compressor is .furnished  with a cast iron sole plate extending undeT the whole machine ;  ami in general is similiar to gthe  machine installed by the Rand  Co. at the Dominion Copper Co's  Idaho mine, with tbe exception  of being of a larger size.  The first instalment of the shipment is composed of tne main flywheel and shafts. The motor  which is to drive the compressor  arrived at the mine a fortnight  ago and is already partly in place  ST. JUDE'S.  c'*��d&iuY��l������J.  A. Xoaan & Coj  On Suuday morning last just  before the beginning of the regular eleven o'clock service, St.  Jude's church and the burial  grounds connected therewith were  formally set apart and consecrated byjfche Rt. Rev. John Dart,  D.D.,Bishop of New Westminster.  The Bishop preached to large  congregations both morning and  evening and at the evening service special and very excellent  selections of music were rendered  On the second Sunday of each  month, the evening service will  be celebrated in the church here.  The change will take effect on  the 8tb of March.  Bishop Dart arrived on Friday  afternoon and remained until  Monday, the guest of the rector.  SALTWATER :vY PORRIDGE  An. Ontario paper deprecates  the fact that the voting men from  our Atlantic seaboard no longer  care to adyenture their lives going down to the sea in ships but  have sbught yo country, rich as  the Garden of J3deji> whence to���  delve for mocking metal. .But  despite this degeneration, at least  oue rink of the Fisheaters were  able to stand the stress of the  weather against the inhabitants  of the "cent belt," on Saturday  -night last. The weather is said  to have been "wet" and unhealthy  for men so young as we are, so  we defer to our contemporary who  was an active hustler on one of  tlfe rinks. >  His story is that one side ���.of  the score board was decorated  with herrings and-the other side  with small sacks of oatmeal. We  may remind our readers that we  take no responsibility fer the accuracy of his report. He says  that the more sensitive players  fell down badly which must have  been inconvenient for them. He  omits to mention that when they  arose, they wereheardto insist that  they were still ''one of the boys."  He notes that the lady spectators  left early in the game and no  doubt that is true but we guess  shrewdly that his reporter's time  piece has a convenient habit of  stopping at times, and therefore  we refuse to print his time.  Eighteen euds were played and  the musheaters ended three points  on top. The following is. the  score:  It was a well-amused crowd  of  spectators who saw the masquerade   curling   game   last   night.  The disguises were good and the  costumes elaborately worked out.  The impersonations   were   good  and very funny.    The line-up we  took to be as follows:  Eist Ice-  McKay Dill  Fair   .                  P. Hallett  Grier                   McCutcheon  McCreath, sk.    Redpath, sk.  West Ice���  Hawtrey .   Spankie  Trimen     ' Davidson  Bishop Coles  McMynn, sk. Warren, sk.  As an old woman with hodden  grey jacket and old fashioned  golden hair, E. G. Warren, maintained a quiet interested, almost  meditative air which was well  taken.  Hawtrey, as a frisky, jjdarky  girl was very funny. Bishop, as  a clown, was well attired and  took his falls gracefully. .Trimen  appeared as a dainty darky with  straw hat! The Scotch skip's  walk gave him away.  McCreath, as Uncle Sam, Fair  as Southern gentleman in railway  overalls and McKay as an Indian  chief, half civilized, were good.  Jim Grier was dubbed Peck Mac-  Swain, as he bore evidences ot a  good Presbyterian, a tramp printer, and a clergvman. Dill was  a saucy black Dinah, P. Hallett  a blushing blonde, H. McCutcheon  a demure old ladv, delicately "attentive. tc-her��ski-?-ts-attd the size  of her feet, and skip Redpath a  vivacious and well ' appearing  woman. Spankie ��was an eastern  doctor armed with an instrument  of death and enrobed in loose  white pantaloons, Coles, almost  a Quaker woman and Davidson a  riotous darkey woman of - whom  we are forbidden to speak. While  McMynn bore evidences of the  land of the heather, s Even Father Edwin Hallett lost track of  his boys and couldn't penetrate  their diguises. The whole thing  provided a good time for the  for the players and their friends  and ought to be repeated every  year. . ��� ���   ������  C.P.R. WILL  CHANGEGRADE  Work Involving$25,000 to be  Started  Within Three  Weeks���Need 50 Men  MUSH.  FISH.  McCutcheon . P. Hallett  Johnson....  Simmons  Bishop McDonald  Warren���skip.. 11 Cruvvford���skip ..22  Fair E Hallett  Kedpath Bert Logan  J.D. McCreath Frilh.  Dill���skip 23 A. D. Hallett���8. 9  34  31  C. S. Moss, resident engineer  of the C.P.R., was in Greenwood  Wednesday and Thursday in company with J. A. Macdonnell and  C. S. Gzowski, contractors of  Vancouver. * Together they went  over the proposed grading on the  Mother Lode branch of the C.P.R  where a new grade will be made  about there quarters of a mile in  length, so as to eliminate the  two lower trestles.  Mr, Moss stated to The Times  that be expected work would be  started on the grade within two  or three weeks. About 40 men  will be -required on the work  which will mean an expenditure  of from' $25,000 to $30,000. It  will take probably from two to  three months te*complete the  work. When finished, there will  not be much difference in the  grade to the Mother Lode while  the curvature will be greatly lessened.  The C.P.R. haye been filling  iu the trestles in seven places between Greenwood and Castlegar.  Eventually these will all be filled.  In the trestle at Cascade, about  400,000 cubic yards of filline has  been put in the trestle but 1he  work is now nearly done and itis  expected will be etitrr-eiy completed within the next two months.  If You Wish  to Buy  Gill  Wire us for Quotations  POLITICS RESPONSIBLE  TUNNEL TAPS  Duncan Mcintosh returned on  Sunday from Palmer mountain.  ThiR tunnel has-been driven in  about 5000 feet and Mr. Mcintosh  was pleased with his inspection.  On the ground there is a 100-stamp  mill, excellently equipped, and in  fact everywhere the works, warehouse, machine shop,blacksmith's  shop, etc., are fitted with tbe  most modern of appliances. Mr.  Mcintosh   paid   considerable at-  The Boston Commercial has the  following to say of the unsatisfactory copper market:  Copper is weak and lower.  Lake can be bought at 13, and  electrolytic at 12^ cents per  pound. After the recent unfortunate developments in the political situation caused the buying  demand to vanish the largest producers set about supplying such  market as rumaitied. It is understood that consumers, chiefly  foreign, took a total of 40,000,000  pounds at prices ranging all the  way from 13J4 down to 13 cents.  These sales greatly reduced the  existing furplus supplies. It was  believed that the lower price  would bring domestic consumers  into the market. As yet thev  have bought only sparingly. If  advantage of thc opportunity now  offered is taken they will be able  to f^et their copper at a Utile better average than their competitors in Europe secured theirs.  No considerable amount of cop.  per could be bought for 13 cents.  Producers as a rule expect a much  larger range of prices duriug the  seen.  Hemmerle and Dunn,barbersin  the Windsor Hotel Block are moving this week into the old Boundary club building, next Logan &  Co's. The Windsor is contemplating a number of extensive improvements which require the  room used heretofore by the ton-  soria.1 department as an office.  tention to the plant which he con-  siders   one   of   the finest he has  last half of the year, and, unless  the outlook continues exceedingly blue, they will not   sell   their  copper for  advance delivery   at  eurrent quotations.    As soon as  there is a coucerted buyingmove-  ment on ���ho part of domestic consumers the price of copper will  advance sharply.    The  political  situation   is   responsible for the  extreme depression ; but  this   is  liable   to   change within a day.  The country   itself   is alright.  There is a lot of money and some  courage left.  It is about time for  A wire from Chicago states  that Dr. Peacock, the engineer  employed by the parties interested  left on Sunday fer the Newbouse  tunnel. Mr. Armstrong was detained in Chicago,  Our facilities for buying  Dominion, B.C., or  Granby Stocks  on the curb in New York  or Boston areunequalled  Even - our competitors  acknowledge that we  can buy these stocks  cheaper thjm tl^e^.  Why ? Because ouj  Eastern connections are .  of the very best.  The stock business is  a sideline with us consequently we can afford  to handle )'-our business  on a very small margin.  Give us your limit and  we will fill your order at  a lower figure if possible  We will wire yon the  New York opening quo- i  tations daily, if desired.  McDERMID &  McHARDY,  NELSON,  B.C.  HOCKEY  Grand Forks and Greenwood  Seniors put up the best hockey  of the season in the second half  of their game on Friday last. In  the first' half the visitors had  more than held their own and only the apparently unpenetrable  defence of Dill and Watson saved  them from tallying a high score.  As it was the score at half-time  stood 1-1. In the last half the  locals star ted out with a dash and  by a quick close combination play  scored their second goal. The  rest of the hour was pretty good  fast hockey, Watson and Dill  playing their game constantly and  the forward line forcingthe score  steadily up, Charlie Russell and  Cameron kept things moving for  Greenwood aud Jost played the  game for Grand Forks. The  game ended 7-2 in favor of Greenwood.  The intermediate hockey team  met the Grand Forks team on  Wednesday at that town, playing  a draw game. The teams decided  to play ahead despite the water  which covered the ice and after  12 minutes Grand Forks scored.  The thing was something like a  water-polo game  THE HAYNES' ESTATE.  The petition far the By-law is  being circulated and is well received.   Only in a couple of cases  havd people refused to  sign  and  that only because they were  not j the beginning of reconstruction in I dants  The case of Havnes et a\  against The British Columbia  Laud and Investment Agency?  Limited, et al, which was partly  heard here before Mr. Justice  Clement at tne sittings of th  Supreme Court, in October last,  will be continued at Victoria on  Thursday the Sth March   next.  Joseph Martin, K.C, and C. J.  Leggatt appear for the Plaintiffs  and E. P. Davis', K.C, and E. V.  Bodwell. K.C,   for   the   Defen-  entirely satisfied  with  some details of the scheme,  the business world.   The copper I    C- J. Leggatt.and Mrs-I^-f^att  market should improve soon. leave for the Coast today.  iffliiViVT M^-aiaJ-^^^^^  -��'  _A  V  M  cr���  </-*-��  0=**  G=*<  fl-***  CP**  <F*  G=<  <���"*<  _<  fi-**-'  Cr***  tp*  <F*  -7=-*    ^ .4��� MIC J *__ t*-=  ..Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid np, $14,400,000.        Rest $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. President:   Lord Stbathcona and Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.  President:    Sik Geohgr A. DsrjMMOSD, K.C. M. G.  Viv-e-Prenident and General Man-if-er :    E. S. CloustOn,  Branches in London, Eng. UtUWSSffiU New York, Chicago.  Buv  aud sell Sterling Exchang-e and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available lu any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  ��� -   ���"' ��� -?^" .t-^: ja era u i& ��!"*!��� m 1* si v v v v-jV'-r"^V v'y y'^ V^i ^ y"f 1 Yf  o**\ ureenwuua oiauui,     m. ������ *��>w.��� vn, miunbvi,  Mi  k  >��_  T��� CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capita_,$10,000,000. Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.  B. E. WALKER, President. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  BRANCHES  THROUGHOUT   CANADA  AND   IN  THE  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  BANKING BY MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of  the Bank. Accounts may be opened, and deposits made  or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid to  out-oi- town accounts.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Sowcitok,  Notary PfBWC.  Cable Address:       *' Haixbtt."  1 Bedford M'Neill's  Conns -< Moreing & Neal'B  I Leit    '  [.eitoer's  QpaaHwooo, B. O'  m  fe BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LOD��B  ������JY^ M0.38.I.O.O.F.  Meets every  Tuesday *������\*f *-f ���A.h'J?  I G. O. T. Hall.    A cordial tii-1 tattoa is Mt  tended to all sojournln-f bcethern.  F.  SPEARING, V.G.  N-FRED B.  HOLMES. "Rec. Sec.  6be  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every f riday  BY THB  BouMaiy Creek Printing aM Publishing  CO., LitMrTBD,  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yb_*          2 00  Six Mouths  I 25  Xo FOUHIQW COUKTK-BB  2 50  Editor A. D. Macfarlane  ���^UMlON  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28 W08  EFFECTIVE WORK.  with the emigration companies  of Japan in sending labour under  contract to this country.'  But the arrangements carry us  farther than this. All Japanese  immigration other than that  which comes directly Irom Japan  is settled for ever. In his report  Mr. Lemieux con'tinued, " the  Japanese government admitted  they had no jurisdiction and no  control over the emigrants coming  from Honolulu to Canada. Our  AlienLabour Act provides against  the importation pi contract labour from the United States. Hawaii is an American possession ,and  therefore our Act applies." In  addition to this an "Order in-  couacil prohibiting immigrants  from landing or coming into Canada unless thev come from the  country of their birth, or citizenship by a continuous journey  . . . . will in future prevent any  Japanese coming from the Hawaiian Islands because they do not  come from the country of - their  origin or citizenship."  In this way, it is the Government at Ottawa and not [the Government at Victoria that has done  the effective work in excluding  the Orientals.  be grown on the ranches to perfection. Mr. E?st has every confidence in the land which Prof.R.  W, Brock, now director of the  Geological Survey, has said to be  of the finest sort for fruit growing. The land is largely a vbl-  canic ash which oxidizes freely  and according to Mr. Brock will  never saur. Mr. East's greatest  success has been with the hardier  kinds of apples such as the Duchess, Gravenstein, Wealthies, and  Yellow Transparents, He has  put out many more than 1.000  trees and every year adds to his  orchard by 200 trees. .  bring suit against Drs Higgius  and Cartwright. -Under the Master and Servants Acts, there were  several meetings of the miners  last fall to appoint a'doc! or. Two  A.     ^1**...'..     ����^ A n 4- . .M ����� P.        . ��� . /> ���p\ , .�� f....SX��>  \.L    LUCaC   JLU^CLlU^d     WC1C      *11      laYVl  of the plaintiffs and one wan in  favor, of . the defendants. The  plaintiffs bring suit against the  company and against the rival  doctors for the amount of fees  collected, claiming that the meeting which favored the latter was  not properly constituted. Judgment was reserved.  and others. At this property a  modem compressor plant is being  installed just now as well as a  cyanide plant. The Bradshaw  group near Hedley is also starting*  ��r\   ��q��   fX7��a11    nes   *Vi-a     ITiHrrer/tti        **���_������*--  *jJ  do   WiwiA*ua   iii\��     A&.iu^��9bvu       l-fl *u~  perty.   - ..  |    MINING   1  ****---'�������� ��a������**������������������*a  The last car of ore shipped by  the Hewitt mine went 185 ounces'  in silver per ton and ?}�� percent  lead.  The Granby smelter kept up its  record'of Wednesday of last week  on Thursday. In 48 hours it treated 6,800 tons bf ore. As a result  the mine order was increased to  3400 tons a day.  EDITORIAL NOTES  With every added incident in the  Bowser fiasco, it becomes increasingly difficult to see anything  more in the policy of the British  Columbia government, than a  bizarre attempt to make the  cheapest kind of political capital  out of the unfortunate circumstances that bave arisen on the  coast. Apparently the descision  of Chief Justice Hunter was no  surprise and the government knew  that its much vaunted bill was an  impossible one and only a vain  appeal to the gallery at the expense of the national government.  The Vancouver Province, the organ of the McBride administration admits that "the judgment of  Chief Justice Hunter was expected. In view of the treaty to-which  Canada has become a party it  seems impossible for him to have  reached any other finding than lie  did."  Such is the remark of The Pro-  vi'icc.    Sure1y it is time that the  i'-j ill .-  t  ;>t    Vi.';'.(iri-!    1 .'.���'���:! 1 !-*.--  hidden under the usual penumbra  of yerbiage, was written a double  negative which made the act useless.    This year the Government  at least when introducing the bill  had in it a clause which exempted  the very people at whom, popularly, it was supposed to be directed, Now it is admitted that  the much vaunted measure even  when corrected, was known to  contravene an overriding treaty.  How fitting to an Oriental question is this spectacular and noisome display of fireworks. How  gullible, how easily tickled with  a straw, must the electorate of  this province appear to the clever  Mr. Bowser.  Another Vancouver paper, the  Sunset, admits that at present  "Japan will restrict imigration to  Canada. At present it is in her  interest to maintain intact her  relations with the Empire."  Which is all a very graceful  acknowledgement of the fact  that the Japanese question  has been settled not by fireworks  at Victoria,but by sound and sane  statesmanship at Ottawa. How  this was done is easily seen by  anyone who cares to refer to the  report presented to the House of  Commons at Ottawa by Hon. Mr.  Lemieux. Mr. Lemieux laid on  the table a letter from the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs  which contained the following  assurance: "Having particular  regard to circumstances of recent  occurrence in British Colnmbia,  the imperial government have decided to take efficient means to  restrict emigration to Canada."  In explanation of this letter,  Mr. Lemieux said: "Asa result  of the negotiotions the emigration of all contract labourers,  artizans, is included now prohibited���unless they come at the request of the Canadian government. This means that hereafter  such companies as the Nippon Supply Compauy, the real  cause of the whole trouble last  year will be unable to co-operate  Mr. Bowser's Act to regulate  immigration into British Columbia and the course he has followed with it is like Sol Smith Rus-  sePs "Shabby-genteel" song, "iCs  a little too sad to be funny and  a little too funny to be sad."  There is not much echo of the  degeneration'of the British people  in a recent issue of the Overseas  Edition of the London Daily Mail  which contains a prospective view  of Loudon with 16,000,000 inhabitants. The Metropolitan Water  Board is preparing for this time  which it estimates, will come  within 50 years. With 16,000,000  of a population, London will use  528,000,000 gallons of water daily.  The plans of the Water Board are  to supply this amount. London's  present figure is about 7,000,000.  Three miles of placer grounds  on the Fraser river near Lillooet  have been bonded by a-Boston  syndicate. ^he"~first payment  was made on the 15th. It is understood that a dredge will be put  in.  Boundary shipments so far,this  year are 123,048 tons.,-Rossland  43,875 tons. Slocan-Koqtenay  20,953 tons. Last week the Rosslaud mines shipped 4.958 tons and  the~ various Kootenay mines 2,725  tons.  The Westmount at Ten-mile  Creek, on Slocan Lake, has shipped another car ot rich ore to the  Trail smelter. The smelter returns have not as yet been recived  but it is expected that the value  will prove phenomenally high.  The Government at Ottawa  has issued a pamphlet of about  150 page's on Canada's Fertile  Northland. It is well gotten up  with a great many illustrations  and is a perfect mine of surprises.  North of the watershed of. the  Saskatchewan is an empire of  habitable territory more thau  twice as large as Ontario, New  Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Quebec combined,a territory of 1,637-  559 square miles. This is probably the largest, richest, unexplored,, unexploited territory left  in the world. And it is all in  Canada. It is big enough to support one hundred million people-  It is rich enough in natural resources to make a wealthy, contented nation.  Canadians do not all appreciate  either the physical resources of  the Northland or the feasibility of  the route through it to the markets of Europe. Some months ago  there was prepared a government  report on the Hudson's Bay Route  and there is absolutely no doubt  that sometime in the future, it  will be the great highway for a  huge grain-carrying trade.  H. H. Rogers, president of tive;  Amalgamated Copper Company  and one of the tyrants against  whom the redoubtable Lawson  has been casting his hot shots,  says the next change in the price  of copper must be for the better.  His reason for thinking'So;is>stated  laconically when he says that it is  already so bad that it could not  be worse.  Who shall be doctors at the  Hosmer mines is a matter that  the Court under Judge Wilson, at  Fernie was trying to settle last  week.    Drs. Bonnell and Corsan  The Nickel Plate mine at.Hedley is now working 140 men and  operating 110 stamps. Daily shipments of its high grade concentrates are made by freight teams  to Keremeos where they are shipped by rail to* the east. The ore  rilas about $80 per too in gold and  silver.  In addition to the Nickel Plate  several other properties are work-:  ing in the immediate vicinity of  Hedley city, among which is the  Golden Zone,owned by J.. J.Marks  pie  .ct  ail  tn',-. fiTn-.'.  year and again this year aa act  which did not enact was pushed  through the house.   Last year,  One of the Midway orchards of  which we can talk belongs to  John H. East. Mr. East brought  one of the first, if not the first  apple tree into thecountry,in.l887.  It stands today in front of the  Lancashire House at Midway.  For ten years he has been devoting his attention to his orchard  �����-.-. oue of the benches near Midway and has grown successfully,  berries of every description, some  peaches, but particularly apples  and plums.    Of course grain can  "PILES  8   Years   Torture  Ended by Zam-Buk  Mr. George Lee, 35 Steiner  St, Toronto, says: "For8years  I suffered torture from blind, itching  piles. During that time I believe  almost everything iu the line of ointments and salves was used, but in -tun.  The very first  application of  Zam-Buk gave  me relief from  tbat terrible  itching, and a  little perseverance, with the  balm brought  about a complete cure. 1'.  have not been  t r o u b led  again and itis  now over six  months since  Zam-Buk was '���-  used. If this statement can be used  for the benefit of other sufferers from this  trouble, you are at liberty to publish it."  Zam-Buk  Is especially recommended for all kinds  of skin diseases, eczema, bad legs, piles,  ulcers, boils, chapped  hands, barbers' rash,  festering sores, poisoned wounds, cuts,  bruises, burns, sprains  etc. Of all druggists  and stores, 50c. box  or from lhe Zam-Buk  Co., Toronto, postpaid.   3 boxes $1.25.  FREE -  A sample box wiil  be mailed you  Irco if you cut  out this coupon  and send itwitb  ic. stamp to tha  Zam . Bulc Co.,  Toronto.     2.K.4  ZAM-BUK  AT THE CHURCHES  Angwcait���St. Jude's. Rev. John  Leech- Port er, B. t>., pastor. Service's  at 8.30 a.m., 11 a.m. Sunday school,  12 p.m.     All seats free.  Quick e���se for the worbt cough���quick  relief to the heaviest cold���and SAFE  to take, even for a cbildj  That is Shiloh's Cure,  Sold under a g-uarantee CoiI^IlS  to curecbldb and cc-sigh1- *v .���; |_j  quicker than any oilier d *��~-01ClS  medicine���or your money back. 34 yeans  of success .commend Shiloh's Cure. 25c,  60c, $1. '..-������.-'��� ������'���'     ,316  QUICKLY!  : Pkbsbytbrian��� Services will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  " MBtHODia*���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct services as usual at  Methodist Church morning and evening  Sunday School at 3.  Cathomc.���Church of- the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  ourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. tn.; vespers and benediction-at 7:30 p.  m.; Sunday school a*  2:30 p.m. Rbv. J. A. Bbdard, O. M. I.  pastor.  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Mokrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are.large and cosy.  The Best Cuisine between  ���Winnlpegand the Coast.  <$��>$�� <f�� ��$. �����������}��*$. *gt ��$���  Ib unexcelled, aa is evidenced by its  its popularity in all the towns  ���     ���� the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or [Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having  'ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEER  THUtSB  I DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. G.  1 -WWWWWW,  ss  PROPRIETOR  hh  ��-"*��/<  iilly  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor^  at ing promptly done.  Wall Papering  And Kalsomining  . Send in your spring orders.  Box 255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  00000000000000000<>0<>00<K>00  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  PHOKE 65. ?  0000��00;000��000��<K><K><KH>0<K><>  Ladies' Calling Cards,Holland Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  \^^BS��R  TEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest FmisM H^  Steam Heated.   Lighted  thtougltottt  with electric lights.  First--class Bar.   Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST GLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  *���  <��4*4'<|'4*'j^*-$*^ %i'  .      ______ _______ ; : _ ___ , .    _  4.  4.  II  Electric current   supplied   for  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 Rates. We Can Save You Money  *  I--K  *  4-  Spices  1.  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  BBaWm__M���������___���_���_���������_������_������_���*������__--���_-M_M__C-t  Dominion Exhibition 1906  I mmmm  ^����sil5*B;?  Wi  ?fm  wm&  My  tmsm.  'im  ia^Ssllf  its  X".-) YWSvM^  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  Provincial Items  The   Presbytery of Kootenay  will hold its fal' session in Fernie  Grand Forks raised $400 for the  ^Tranquille Sanitarium by a carnival on Tuesday of last week.  Ed.  Covert,  of Grand Porks,  has been offered $10,000 for a hay  .ranch of 320 acres in the Buckley  Valley.  . Cranbrook will have two days  with the ponies on May 25-26. A  meet will also be held there about  the last of. September.  Rer. "W. R. Ross, of Midway,  will have completed -fifty years in  the ministry of the Presbyterian j  church on August 8 th next. Mr.  Ross received the congratulations  of the "Presbytery on Thursday  week.  and  for yoii are to be found in a bottle  of Bovril.  '-BovriL" contains all-that is  good in beef. It not only feeds  you but it enables you to get the  full value out of your ordinary  diet.  Sold by your Druggist and  Grocer in bottles containing 1 oz.,  2o zs., 4 ozs., 8 ozs., and 16 ozs  1 The Brotherhood of Locomotive  Engineers put in an eight hour-  shift an their ball at Nelson last  week. Invitations were issued on  train order sheets and some of the  numbers were danced under the  light of railway signal lamps.  1 Op Wednesday, last week, a  nest of the Order of Owls was organized in Phoenix with the following officers: Junior Past President, C H. Flood ; president, Dan  ny Deane; vice-president, David  Oxley; invoeator, J. La'ri ; secretary, C. E. King; treasurer, A.  Johnson ; warden, T. J. Jones;  sentinel, T. M. Melville ; picket,  Chas. Hagan.  1 ""�� f  HOME-MADE  MEDICINE  . i      ���*  Said to Relieve Kidney Trouble '.',  and Rheumatism  One ounce Fluid Extnwl Dandelion ;    -  One ounoa Compound Salatone;  Four ounces. Compound Syrup  Saraaparilla J  Mixed and taken in teaspoonful  doses after meals and at bedtime, is'  stated -by a prominent phyaioian to  " giro most excellent reanlta in kidney  or urinary affliotions, anel alio in ,  rheumatism and soiatioa.   The mi_-  .ture opens the qlogged porce of the ���  kidneys, tifts assisting them in their.'  work of filtering all waste and poisonous matter from the blood, andf expels  these in the urine.   To allow thia  poisonous' matter to remain means.  that it will settle in the muscular  tissues or joints, and cause the untold  misery kno-yn as rheumatism.  The mixture is composed of harmless vegetable ingredient- whioh can  be purchased at any good drug store,  andr-nixed at home.  Anyone suffering from any of these  affliotions will no doubt be pleaserfto  learn of so simple and highly recommended remedy.  According to the Cranbrook  Herald, John's Paper, the new  Fernie periodical is dealing itr  futures. It made its appearance  on "Sir. Valentine's day. "It is  printed on paper ot a cochineal  red and consists of four pages (>%  by 4^ inches. The first page is  devoted to local news, there is  nothing in that. Tbe second is  devoted to advertising and there  is ne'er a one, the third is the editorial page and is a thing of  naught. The fourth'page is the  same as the second."  The Herald celebrates its own  tenth anniversary with a special  -number on March 19 lh.  of the Kettle Valley railroad, on  Pathfinder mountain. The owners claim and excellent- showing.  Hoisting apparatus has been  purchased in Spokane, which will  be sent to the property immediately, and a tunnel will be driven  to ascertain what values can be  obtained on the lower levels. The  machinery which will be installed  this spring will include a 10-  stamp Nissen mill, crushers and  concentrators for treatincr the ore  on the ground.  THE DISCOVERER.  The B. C. Amalgamated Coal  company, have secured options on  coal lands at Merritt owned by  Wm. Voght, H. S. Cleasby and  James Chapman, the arrangements being completed on Monday. The land totals about 1200  acres and is in the coal area, adjoining the Nicola Valley Coal &  Coke Co., and the Diamond Val��  Coal and Iron Mines, Ltd., properties, which are now coal producers. ...'.  The company are to start dril-  1 ing operations by May 1st and to  continue actual work.  yyy- y-y---- - '���    -"  '���   ��� ���" ���   ���  Twenty thousand dollars worth  'of machinery will be installed on  ' the property of the Bertha Consolidated Gold Mining Company,  ���"near Grand  Forks,   before  July  1, according to Dr. W. H Appel-  ton, who is trustee for a controlling interest in the 'mine, known  as tbe I>ittle Bertha.  The Bertha Consolidated is located 14" miles up the   north fork -....���-       ,_.      ���   ������������,���,.   r I free oi charge.  Address Dr. K. V. Pierca  of the Kettle river on the ne w lin_ S-^-J*33^^*1 *nd Surgical Institute  e saffalo, jn. x.  Women Who Wear WelL  tt Is astonishing how great a change a  few years of married life often make in  the appearance and disposition of many  women; The freshness, the charm, the  brilliance vanish like the bloom from a  peach, which Is rudely handled. Tho  matron is only a dim shadow, a faint echo  of the'charming maiden. There are two  reasons for this change, ignorance and  negletst. Few young -women appreciate-  the shock to the system through tho  change which comes with marriage and  motherhood. Many-ieglect to deal with  the unpleasant pelvic drains and weaknesses which too often come, with marriage and motherhood, not understanding  that this secret drain is robbing the check  of its freshness and "the form of its  fairness/    '���'.���'���  As slirely ��as the general health suffers  wfcen there is derangement of tho health  of the delicate woina^jjorgans, so surely  whe*T?*H-j"{se organs ^S^jftablished In  healsfr ttie'rweai-u^^ witness  tc .the lact inxewto-ed comeftheaaik Nearly  % million women havo found health and  happiness in the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,, It makes weak worn-  en strong andsick woiiieft well. Ingredients on label-iontains no alcohol or  harmful habit-forming drugs. Made  "wholly of those native, American, medicinal roots most highly recommended, by  leading jhedical authorities of all the several schools of practice for- the-cure of  woman's peculiar ailments.  For hnrsing"mothersjor for those broken-  down in health bytoo frequent bearing of  children, also for tho expectant mothers,  *to prepare the'system for the coming of  baby and making its advent easy and  almost painless; there is no medicine quite  so good as "Favorite Prescription." It  can do no harm in any condition of the  system. It is a most potent invigorating  ���tonic and strengthening.nervine nicely  adapted to woman's delicate system by a  physician of large experience ln the treatment of woman's peculiar ailments.  Dr. Pierce may be consulted by letter  A("       ~   Printing  For Business Men:  Letterheads,  Envelopes,  Billheads,  Statements,  Receipt Forms,  Business Cards,  Posters.  Dodgers,  Shipping Tags,  For Rent cards,  For Sale cards,  Blotters, Etc.  *�����?  Society Printing:  Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for Balls, Etc.  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C.  �� have a little kinsman  Whose earthly summers are but three,  And yet a vogager is he  Greater than Drake or Frobibher,  Than all their peers tog-ether 1  He ib a brave discoverer,  And far beyond the tether  Of them who seek the frozen Pole,  Has sailed where the noiseless surges  roll,   ���'   . " .-'������''���������',���'  Ay, he has travelled whither  A winged pilot steered his bark  Through the portals ol the dark,  Past hoary Mimir's well and tree,  . Across the uuknown sea.  Suddenly, in his fair younger hour.  Came one who bore a flower.  And laid it id his dimpled hand  With thia comin and :  '���Henceforth thou art a rover 1  Thou must make a voyage far,  Sail beneath the evening star,  And a wondrous land discover."  With hia sweet smile inuocent  . Oiir little kinsman went. ,  Since that time no word  From the absent has been heard.  Who can tell .    ;y  How hefares, or answers well  What the little one has found  Since he Ieft us, outward bound ?  Would that he might return !  Theu should we learn        y  From the pricking of his chart  How the skyev roadways part.  Hush! does not the baby  this   way  'bring,  To lav beside this severed curl,  Some starry offering  Of chrysolite or pearl ?  Ah, no! not sol ���   .  We may follow on his track,  jAnd yet I dare aver .  He ia a brave discoverer  Of cliores his elders do hot know  He has more learning- .than appears  On the scroll of twice three   thousand  '.''-.; years, . .'YY'."-'  .More than in.the groves-is.-laui��h.t.  Or from furthest In'dies brought;  He know.*-, pet-chat) ce,hov-* spirits fare���  What shipes the angels wear .  What is their guise aud speech  In whoae lr.nds beyond our reach���  And his eyes behold  Things that shall  never, xievur be to  -.   mortal hearers told.Yy  ;      ���Edmund Clarence Stedinan.  THE  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. IS, 1906)  Is a dozen books in one, covering i he  history. Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Terminology, Uses, Statistics and Finances of  Copper. It is a practical book, useful  to all and necessary to most men engaged in any branch of the Copper  laduetry.  Its facts will pass muster with tht  trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facts in plain English without fear or favor.  Ita lists and describes 4626 Copper  Mines and Companies in all parts of  the world, descriptions running from  two lines to sixteen pages, according  te importance of the property.  The Copper Handbook is conceded to  kethe v.   ..._--'.--  SORLD'S  1MB REFERENCE  The Mining Man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines,  mining and the metal. .  The Investor needs the book for the  facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English.  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in fall library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  folly satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  453 Postofiice Block, Houghton,  Michigan.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  We Cure  We Treat  OU_ GUARANTOR'  NO PAY UXUtSS CTJE&D  W_e��Tm M*c_-Sp*  cialiaft, i  Wi*a  >ty. mrnjmtmm_ ���^���~..   n"riiM^T* ywftt rf rliw ���i-ia nttiiM to  m ���lugls dam tt ���Haiili W_*e ���ricin-  ����� i��_2___ *>..-* ���������r?z  *��W�� aa*,ids % *U_ _���* ��muw an  ��*>���. V -m aaaajl mam caw far treat,  nut, a art la "S"-" ",   j|  If ��� cnanrntM rnij naa a MMoni  etu-a fo* Varltnttla, _/���������!���, Urrth-  raJ Obrtffuattona. BteM ani Skin Diseases, MMtatte TnaMnat, PDm, n-fe  tula, lata at Vital ftm, Kldcey,  Bladder an4 Cpeelal DUmast*. We  eapeeU���r effev tar aarvtoM ta thoi*  who are atm��to4 wttt weatneM m a  re-Mlt ef tbtlr ��m taXOat _ iinuu,  ^ Our BMtheda tat Uf-taHUU. nd��  are aadsru-l ky the fclctast madleal  authoriUM tt Kartat u4 Amer tea,  Henee our nonu la Ut* trsatjcent of  ���en's DiseuM. Istiimilur, tur ipo-  ekdty la limited M *_�� limwitf HSV  ���odiuarad^  We M-r��r tke tnltn mmti tf mttom,  fhranU,)'  COMSDLTATIOsT TKEZ.  ff yau caaaH ��aS. wot* tmr  mttnj tmmm earn ft  Blaak-  ���Mmm*  SCOTT  MEDICAL COMPANY  i SU Car. IM Ava,  lEATTlX. WASK  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Im-oroyements-  NOTICE.   .  GRANITE MOUNTAIN aiid IRON KING  M1NERAI, CLAIMS, situate In the Green-  wood Minlnjf Dirlsion of Yale District.  Where  located: . On Eholt Creek.  TAKE NOTICE tiati. C."/B. Shaw,a-reat for  i*i2l<;s Snlli,*an, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B��721and Jerry Dtiacoll. Free' Miner's Cerlifl-  cateNo. B6720, intend, sixty days from tbe date  hereof, to apply to He Mining Recorder for a  ���oertiHcate otlD-prdvemedts for the purpose of  ootalmtjir  a Crown Grant of the above claim,  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. mast be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  T>aled this 8th day of November, A. 0.1997.  C. M. SHAW,  , B.C.I,.S.  Application No. 12535a.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  TAKE NOTICE that an application has  been made to register Harcourt P. Dickinson as theownerinFeeSimple.underaTaxSale  Deed from George Birkett Taylor, Collector of  Municipality of the City of Green-wood, to  Harcourt P. Dickinson,beariiir date the 7th day  of December,A.D. 1907, of all and singular that  certain parcel or tract of land aud premier,  situate, lying and bein-f in tbe City of Greenwood, in the Provinceof British Colnmbia.more  particularly known and described as���the North  36'feet of Lot Five (5), Block Eleven (11), Map  Twenty-One (2IX City of Greenwood.  You and each of you are required to contest  the claim of the tax pnrchaser within forty-five  days front the date of th�� first Insertion of tliii  notice, and in default of a caveat or certificate  of lis pendens being Sled���and in default of re  demption���within sach period, you will be for  ever estopped and debarred free setting np any  claim to or In respect of the said land, and I  shall register Harconrt P. Dickinson as owner  thereof.  Dated at Land Registry Office, Kamloops,  Province of British Columbia, this Sixth  day of January, A.D. IM8.  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar  To LAURA A. WARD- 7t  MS*  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY   CO.,   LTD.  New Westminister, B. C.  *-����i:ii'��t������< ���:������  5��S��S$5��$����5��$��^��  LAND NOTICES  Form of Notice.  District  Similkanieen Land District-  of Yale.  TA KE NOTICE that I Spender Benermau,  of Mid-way, B.C.. occupation Miner. Intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  C c'tumenclng al a post planted* at the North  West corner of Lot No 7S8s, thence north 40  chains ; thence east SO chains; tbence south 40  chains; tbence west 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing- 320 acres more or  less.  1 a-ird tte Mil day of December, IW7.  SPENCER B EXE RM AN  Per H. STRAUSS, Agent.       "  Form of Notice.  District  Siiailkameen Land District-.  of Yale-     :y;;  '   yY  TAKE NOTICE that I Frederick David  Long, of Park Rapids, Minn.,: occupation  bookkeeper, intend to apply for permission to  purchase the following described land:  Coaimcucing at a post planted at. tbe South  East corner of Purchase Record No. 264e,theuce  north. 80 chains; tbence east 80 chains; thence  south SO chains; thence west 80 chains to point  of commencement, .and containing 640 acres,  more or' less. <  FREDERICK DAVID LONG.  Per HENRY STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated the 25th day of November, 1907.  LAND NOTICE  OsoyoosLand District, District of Yale  q^AKE NOTICE that we A. J. Hughes and  -1- Sam McOrmond, of Eholt, B.C., occupation Carpenter aud Store Keeper, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following  d��scri1>��d lands:���  Commencing- at a post planted 40 chains is a  southerly direction from a C P.R. Survey Part  marked N.E. Corner, Lot 2701, thence south 40  chains, thence west 80 cbains, thence north 40  chaids, thence east 80 chains to place of com  menceineut, 320 acres more or less.  A.J.HUGHES.  SAM McORMOND.  Dated October ttth, 1907.  CANADIAN  \R A IL W Ay-'YJ  For those -who could not Bret away  during- the busy Holiday Season  we recommend  Banff  BMa.  This Far-famed Sanitarium witU  its Sulphur Springs and Unsurpassed accommodation is JUST  THE PLACE to build and get  a FRESH START,  Rates $2.50 per Day and lip  This Company operates Through  Standard Sleeping- Cars. Dining  Cara and First Class Tourist  Sleepers.  For Rates, Reservations and aoy  information desired.  Call on or write,  J. MOB,  D.P. A.'Nelsoa  H}. J. COYLE,  A.Q.P. A.Vanooa rer  *B��   tt.  RBDPATH,   AOEMT  GREENWOOD,  <*��������iooeoooo<KK)ooooe��ooe��>p4>  TAKE NOTICE.fhatan application hasbc��n  made to reg-lster Jamas Henry Hier-rins as  the owner- in Fee Simple, nnder a Tax Sale  Deed from George Birkett Taylor, Collector of  Municipality of City of Greenwood, to James  Henry Hi(?gins,tiearin|r date thc Twentieth day  of Decembar, A.D. 1907, of all and singular that  certain parcel or tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the City of Greenwood,  in the Protlnceof British Columbia, more particularly known and described as Lot twenty-  three (23), Block J, Map46, cjity of Greenwood,  B.C.  Yon and each of you are required to contest  the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-  five days from thedateof the Hrst Insertion of  this notice, and in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed���and in default  of redemption���within such period, you will be  forever estopped aud debarred from setting a?)  any-claim to or in respect of the said land, and  I shall register James Henry Higgins as ownsr  thereof.  Dated at Land Registry Office, Kamloopf,  Province of British Columbia, this Thirty-first  day Of December, A. D., 1907.  W. H. EDMONDS, District Registrar.  To Epwabd Nash, Esq., and  WuxwhH, Asquith.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District-   District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I Henry ; Strauss of  Midway, B.C., bv occupation Farmer,  intend toapply for parmlsslon to purchase tlie  following described land: Commencing at a  post planted at the North. West corner of H.  Strauss Pre-emption Lot Ifo. "87 S, tbence north  80 chilns; thence east 80 chains; thence south  SO chains; tbence west 80 chains to point of  commencement, aud containing 640 acres, more  oi- less.  HENRY STRAUSS,  Dated February 3rd. 190S.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE That Ellen Long, of Park  Kapids,   Minn., occupation   Housekeeper,  intends to apply   for   permission   to purchase  -*he following described lands:  Commencing at  a post planted at the South East corner of Application to  Purchase Record No. 2��4S being  Survey Lot No. 788S;  thence cast 80chains ;  thence south GO-chalns;  thence west 80 chains;  thence north U> chains to point of commencement, and containing 480 acres, more or less.  ELLEN LONG,  Per Henry Strauss, Agent  Dated December9th, 1907.  Similkameen Land District  District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that William Edward McArthur ol Greenwood, British Columbia,  by occupation Lumberman, intends to apply  for afipeclal timber licence ever thc following  de-c>il>e<l lands: Commencing at ayostplanted  at about fivo chains distant in au easterly  direction from the northwest' corner of A.  I'isber** pre-emption, Lot lOW; thence east  abont 37Chaius; tlience south 40 chains to G  Eustace's northwest corner; theace east 35  cliains; thence uor.li 40 chains to Loutier's  southwest corner; meuce north 40 cbains;  lltcncveast Wcha ns; thence norllt 40 chains;  tlience itest 80 chains; tlience south 80 chains  to the place of beghinint' and contaiutng 640  acres, more or less.  Located the 17lh day of December, 1907.  WiLUAir Edwakd McAxtbcr.  Dated 27tli December, 1907. '        ia3-5t  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations.  A NT available Dominion Lands within the  -"-Railway Belt in British Colnmbia, may be  homtateaded by any parson who is the sole  head of a family, or any male over 18 years of  aga, t< lhe extent of one-qnarter section of 160  acres more or less.  Kni-r must be made personally at the local  land c IQce for the district ln which tha land is  situ .e. Entry by proxy may, however, be  ma. e on certain conditions by the father,  mrlher, son, daughter, brother or sitter of an  intending homesteader.  The homesteader i�� required to perform the  conditions connected therewith under one of  the following plans:  (1) At least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of thc land iu each year for three  yoars.  (2) If the father Cor mother, if the father is  deceased), ofthe homesteader resides upon a  .'arm in the vicinity of the land entered for.tlie  requirements as to residence may be satisfied  by such person residing with the father or  mother.  [3] If the settler bas his permanent residence  upon <���>" aing land owned by him In the ricin-  ity it his homestead, the requirements as to  residence may be satisfied by residence upou  the said land.  Six months' notice in writing should be given  lothe Commissioner of Dominion Lands at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may be leased for  a period of twenty-one years at an annual  rental of $1 per acre. Not more than i.&O  acres shall be teased to one individual or  company. A royalty at the rate of five cent  par ton shall be collected on the merchantable  coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the   M inister of the Interior .  N. B.���Unauthorized  publication of tbis ad  vertisement will not be paid for.  Similkameen  Land District-  of Yale  District  Form of Notice.  Por Sale or Rent Pianos, Sewing Machines, Organs, Etc A.  L. "White, The 2nd Hand Man,  Phone 16.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE tli.V.C.C. I'liodes, of Nelson, I*r<,vinci- of Hritisli Cu'i-tmbia, by  ocrcuv-itioii Accountant, 'tulenjs Vf al'ply for  p-Tinis-iion l'> purchase tlie following described  l:..n,l:-  ���J nm siii-uci-t.fir at a post planted at the North  Raxtenriiei >��f tiorman AVef.t's Lot Nu. 2847, on  tliv- Wi>st I-Krlcof the Main Kettle Kiver, thence  south -Hi cliaiisj thence Ea��t 40 chains; tlience  iwrth 40 chains ; tbcuce west 40 chains to pclsit  of comaiwcoruont,   and    conto-inicg   Itu  ec  !>��. tLd J,ovf.iuber 20th , l**07.  / C.C. Rhodes.  Per Joseph H.Leasi.i, Agent  TAKE NOTICE tbat Joseph H. Leasia of  the District of Yale, Provinceof Britis.li  Columbia,by occupation timber cruiser, intends  toapply for permission to purchase thefol lowing  described land; Commencing al apost marked  J. H. Leasia's S.E. Corner Pott situated at the  North East corner of J.II, Feeney'g application  LofOi"; thence north 20 chains: thence we:,t  20 chains; tbence south -0 chaius; tlience e.is  *> chains, lo [-lace of commencement, aud con-  ialning 40-xcres, more or less.  Joseph H. Leasia, Locator  Dated November 2nd, 1907.  Similkameen Land District.   District  or Yale  TAKE NOTICE that Anna Wiis >n. of Pask  Rapids, Minn., occupation Housekeeper,  intend*- to tipplr for permission to purchase  the follo*n-ing detcribsjd lands: Commencing  at apost planted at tiie N'orth E.W wrnft ul  W. Ha��ter*s Pre-empt-on Record No. 1:5s, being  Snrvcy Lot No. 78''S ; thence Ev>t SO chains  theace south oO cliains; thance West SO chain  thence north 60 chains, to point of conm-iieu  ment containing 430 acres, more or le��.*.  ANNA WILSON  Per Heary Strauss, A6ent  Dated December llt��,19-*-7. 1 %  Seasonable Goods  v  d  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,     j       s  GENTS' FURNISHINGS  We carry none but the best in Men's  and Boj-'s Clothing���In fact we are  THE OUTFITTERS in this line.  li  4  i  "A  *!  i  It nUuutLL  i  Always Ask for  i  Greenwood  IMPORTERS  ft  li  oquor  GREENWOOD  ��o<  it  i  i  i  ���I  COMPANY,   LTD. j(  HARDWARE CLOTHING GROCERIES |  #&<*&###& &&##&#& &#,#��&��# ##��##,��&####&  iFirst Car Out of the Tunnell  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  fe  5 oleums,House Furnishings of eyery kind, t  I A* L. WHITE S  ^ fe  i Bound for OJ.C. Store  i For Special Bargains in Art Squares.Lin-1  -*J  5 Phone 16 FURNITURE AND STOVE MAN fe  <>0000*0000000<>000<><>00000000<X)0<>0<>0<)C<>00<)0000^^  THE perfect results of careful culinary efforts.      ��  The true delights of fine cooking are known      g  only to  the  users   of :        :        :        :        ;  Criterion Steel Ranges  The range that keeps the range  boiler boiling.  FOR SALE BY  s  0  OOO OOOO-OOOOOOOOOOOO-OOOOOOO OWOOO-OOOOOOOOOOOCKKMWOOOO  Get your Job Printing done at the Times'  Offices/   Prices Moderate/  TOWN 70<PICj  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will b*e  absent from Greenwood for some  months.  Remember the Orchestra dance  tonight. Give the boys your support. -  Clyde, infant sou of H. Medill,  died on Wednesday last at their  home in Anaconda. The funeral  is to be held this afternoon.  Remember -when you want tea  that Smith & MciSwen's are now  the only agents for Deckajulie���  the tea that you- know so well.  In the case of Portmann v.  Lewis adjourned to Saturday last.  His Honour Judge Brown gave  judgment ia favor of the Plaintiffs for $64.23 and part costs.  Your most critical neighbor,  your most sensitive artistic friend  will be delighted with your wallpaper if you buy at Coles' Bookstore. Spring is afe hand and this  time.    Buy early.  Windsor, the piano tuner is in  town Leave your orders at Coles'  Bookstore.        "*^-  The orchestra which has been  so much appreciated at Murray's  weekly dances in the _agles' Hall  will go to Eholt tonight to provide music for a dance there.  Coles' Bookstore has an unequalled display of chocolates. If  you haven't seen them, do so at  once.    They are worth the while.  Nominations in the Miner's Union close on Saturday evening  and it is understood that the elections will follow on the first Saturday night in March.  At a Bargain���Incubator and  Brooder; to close at once, may be  had at a bargain. Apply M at  Times' Office.  The following despatch from  Victoria concerning the popular  member for this electoral division is of interest: **At the opening of the session today G. R.  Naden (Greenwood), received at  the hands of a page, a large vase  of flowers, which s+ood during  the session on his desk, and which  were said to have been' presented  to the member as an appreciation  of his efforts ou behalf of- the  women of the province in the debate on the municipal elections  bill.  Closing-out Sale New and Second-hand Goods. H. J. Clint,  Copper Street.  At the Ladysmith Hotel on  Monday night last, the friends of  Oscar Johnson, who has been in  charge of the Victoria Hotel,gave  him a turkey dinner, on . the eve  of his departure for Spokane. Mr.  Ola Lofstad was the host and pre  sided in his usual good way. After the dianer,a number of speeches were made, expressing the regret of the company at Mr. Johnson's departure. Among those  present were, A. S. Black, John  Meyers, M. Chapex, Albert Scd-  erstrom and others. Everyone  reports a right royal good time.  Ring up Smith & MeEwen:-',  when you need tea. . They have  Deckajulie,the tea with one brand  always good, always the same.  Patrick Hickey is at present in  Winnipeg. The following despatch explains itself: P. Hickey,  a well known mining man of  New Ontario, is iu the city. Mr.  Hickey states that there is a great  future for the country west and  north of Port Arthur, in Jact he  asserts that it will be the greatest  mining district in Canada, outside of British Columbia. At  Sturgeon Lake, north of Ignace,  on the C.P.R., several rich gold  claims have been located, and  some of them are being worked.  Mr. Hickey says there exists in  tbe neighborhood of Sturgeon  Lake, extensive deposits ot iron  ore of a quality that the tests  have shown to be better than the  Michican and Northern Minnesota ores. The Winnipeg and  Toronto parties, whom he represents, have secured a number of  claims which average 500 feet  wide and over two miles long  Work on these claims will be  commenced early in the spring.  'Dr.' SimmouR, dentist, Phone96  Wallace^Miller Block, open evenings  A. Sater returned from   a trip  to the coast last night  J. W-. Nelson and J C. Dale attended the funeral of the late  Alex   McAulay.  J. W. Parker, returned on  Thursday evening from a fortnight's visit to Vancouver.  R. S. Wright, auditor for the  C.P.R.,"-has been at the station  this week, in pursuit of his duties  Mrs. Thos, Walsh went to Danville, Wash., Tuesday, to attend  the funeral of the late Alex. McAulay.  Judge Hallett left on Monday  morning last for Victoria on a  business trip. He will return  next week.  Ed. Anderson and'wife left this  morning for the coast where Mr.  Anderson will enter the wholesale cigar business.  J. H. Pox, contracting freight  agent aud R. S. Wright, auditor,  of the.C.P.R., were in town on  official business yesterday.  H. McKinney is moving from  the Mother Lode into the house  recently vacated by the Methodist  minister.  J. D, Spence is in Nelson attending the sittings of the Supreme Court under the "late" Mr.  Justice Martin.  G. Runciman, of the Hunter-  Kendrick Co. left for Vancouver  Wednesday morning. He will  probably return later on.        -  The Vancouver papers announce  the marriage on Tuesday last in  Victoria oT Mr. Sol. Oppenheimer, cousin of Dr. S. S. Oppenheimer, and Miss Florence Leiser, of  Victoria. Both parties are known  to Greenwood people.  W. B. .Willcox, editor of the  Pioneer, Phoenix was in town  Wednesday and called at the  Times' office. Mr. Willcox had  heard nothing at all of the Granby closing.  Robert Keffer left on Saturday  morning last. Robert's latest  eulogist is the redoubtable John  Houston of the Prince Rupert  Empire who misses his Anaconda  News greatly from his exchange  list.  Miss Mackenzie, of Patterson,  B C.,has been appointed as teacher of the Intermediate Room of  the Public School in place of Miss  Moffat who relinquishes her work  today. Miss Mackenzie will take  charge of her work on . Monday. .-  Miss Stark who liasbeenin the  office of J. D. Spence for some  months past, is leaving on Wednesday next for Nelson, where she  will visit for a short time before  goiDg on to her sister in North  Vancouver.  Frederick Kefier left on this  morning's Great Northern train  for Ottawa io attend the sessions  of the Canadian Mining Institute.  Mr. Keffer is president of the institute. The Annual meeting  which is expected to be an unusually important one, opens on  Thursday of next week.March 4th  and continuing through to the  end of the week.  Judge Brown was the successful skip iu the Ross Cup competition wincing against Davidson  on Friday night last, 10-7, and  against Somers on Mouday uight  ll-S. In this competition, tlie  leads did the skipping and learni-d  agood many things about the  game. The series created a great  deal of interest. The scores were  as follows:  ROSS   COMPETITION. .  Somers 19   Spankie..... 6  Lamont 13   Thomae......... 4  Davidson ....... 12   Palmer  10  Brown... ...10  Liunont  0  Davidson .18   Spenco ,. 7  S mers ....10   Bunting". 6  Urior...-. .17 ������ -McCrouth .. 16  Sonicrs i5   Grier  7  Brown 10   D.ivldi-on  7  'Brown ll   Soiui-ib 8  F C. Buckless, of lhe Palace  Livery, is entertaining the children of Miss Moffat,s room ' and  their teacher at a sleigh ride this  afternr on This is theirteacher,s  last day at the sclioql and the outing wili make a'n enjoyable ending  to very pleasant relations between  teacher and pupils.  See You at the  Concert  Orchestra  Ball Tonight  WANTED  Local Agent for the Western Canada Fire Insurance  Company, Limited (Non-  Tariff) apply to  D. H. Rice,  Gen. Agent for  B.C.  Hotel.  Ladysmith  Close to the Smelter.  The Best Appointed Work-  ingmen's Hotel in the City  Righted    throughout    with  Electricity.   Hot and  Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OLA LOFSTAD,        - Proprietor  The choicest confection in the  land 60c per pound. Half pound  and pound boxes, 35 and 75 cents  per box st McB.ae Bros.  Everybody is going to the Concert Orchestra Ball tonight, are  you ? If not, why not ? It's  never too late to mend.  FOR SALE���Furniture for 4  rooms, Diuingroom, Parlor, Bedroom and Kitchen. All new.  Suitable terms to right party.  Apply M., Times' Office.  to cure your cough or cold  No "ifs" or "buts"���just a  straight statement-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.  Shilohs  cures colds  and coughs  Shiloh's Cure is a safe and sure  coug-h and cold medicine for  children. It hns been effecting  cures for 34 years. AU druggists��� 25c., 50c., and $j.oo.  This chaff is the yellow cellulose skin evidently placed by nature  around tbeheart of the  berry to protect it from  insects. It certainly  was not intended for  human use as tests 1-nre  proven, that, . wheu  steeped alone; it is un-  <iri akable.  Its remova1,therefore  leaves onlythe best part  of the coffee,which can  be used and its delicious  flavor enjoyed without  fea* of ill effects.  ISo user of coffee should  ���f iii to try Barrington      . **���"' Out  Hall.    Besides being more delicious, it is more economical,  as a 50c pound.tin will make from 15 to 20 cups more delicious beverage than will the sajne amountjof ordjinaryjjoffee  Jhe  HUNTER-KENDRICK CO., LTDy  ^W> ���_���__������ taaaBWBBBt cn_X��������� ������_������������ tBBBBBBB) BBWB BW*  in preparing  every^pbund  tin of <  BMTm^totiM  ���jjje-Si-Bei  ce  ^ 4* <*$�� <^ ��^ 4-^ <^ ���$ 4*-^-$ 4* 4> ^  " ���������,'���*:  ������V, .���������:���.  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Every thing  of the best. v   -  HOWARD MOORE, Proprietor.  I  . l-ebrifar.v 28, '08  . BOUKTDARY.DRE TOEtEfAGE  The fulloniupr tabic g-ives tlifi ore shipments of Boundary mines for WOO, 1901;. 1502, 1903,  1904, 1905, l')06 and 1907, as re-jorted.to the Greenwood Times���  6c7  Mink.  Snowshoe   l')00  64,533  297  S.340  19,494  .    1,200  l|076  .   2,250  160  3,230  1901  231,762  1,741  99,034  47,405  650  1902  309,858  20,800  141,326  ' 14,811  8,530  "7,455  1903  39*,718  71.212  138,079  19,365  22,937  15,537  1904  549,703  1905  653,889  1906  801,404  8,426  105.90C  1,488  11.804.  3,177  1907  613,537  i35 001  208,321  1,*<12  18.274  14.481  43,295  12,2S3  64,173  31.270  31,258  649  1908  1459>7  400  Past.       '^H  Week       _���  22,919     J^H  B. C Copper Co...  Motlier Lode   174,298  37,960  16,400  147,576  9,485  3,007  20  55,731  B.C. Mine   Emma   Oro UeiiDro   .-!���"!"  y'YE y  Dom. Copper Co..  nrooklvn-Stem     32,350  3,070  3,250  1,-759  4.586  3,450  222  364  33  140,685  2,960  26,032  48,390  3,5Sr)  Rawhide   802  550  15,731  5,646  '3,339  560  363  2j,108  3,056  4,747  1,833  33  150  Mountain Rose     Morrison..   150  R. Bell   1,C40  ���     STiS  665  2,000  350  Brey Fogle   No. 37 .:...   536  .........  ���  785  625  Sulphur Kin'*'   Winnipeg-   2,435  ......_  King-Solomon....  Big Copper   Citjtff Paris   y::    1  4S3  2,060  890  219  ' 90  65  40  700  20  55  60  224  !_���  30  145  770  ISO  '      20  iMi  30  ���      106  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  ihB  Sally   Rambler   Botcher Boy........  79  :.".'": ���  Providence   Elkhorn .....  Strathmore..      993  400  726  325  Golden Eagle   535  689  255  73  20  40  '    90  80  20  500  20  15  589  ........  Prince Henry   .......  52  50  "300  E. P. V. Mine      167  45  30  *i^H  Bay   Mavis   Don Pedro ....     fnfl  " <*���fl     MU  Republic   80  3,4j6  ,148,237  637,626  341,952  153,43**  ""325  500  690,419  401,-121  162,913  132,5T0  60  750  i9i  MiscelllaneoU8.....  14637  146,673     ' ���_  Total, tons  96.600  Smelter treatment���  Gracbv Co   '      62.387  Dom. Cop. Co,   390,800  230,328  117,611  503,876  212,340  148,600  829.S0S  596,252  219,484  30,930  933,5481,161,5371  687,988   828,879  210,830   12^840  84,059   218,811  22,919  22,545'  Total reduced... 62,389   348,439   460,940   697,404   837,666   932,8771, -72,4031,233,017   146,673   22,545  '���&


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