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 i-l*-*  :m&  -*y  jrf*-'  -^  iiiisiiig  rK  ?|g||||-  > j* .."J?'.  yoX. 13  ���r*:���"���*"  GREENWOOD,   B   C,   FRIDAY,    NOVEMBER   13, 1908.  No. 10  Greenwood's Big~ Furniture Store  Carpets, Linoleiiihsr  New "Japanese Mattmgs .jn-great variety.  A Fine Line of sea-grass Chairs at prices that  wjll astonish.  A newline pf Imported Carpet Squares just  . opened up. Will-be sold, cheap.  ��� We carry a Big Range of Childrens' Go-  carts and Carriers.  Drop in and see the latest  - Steel Collapsible���Folds in one motion.  T. .JL GuHey &Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS. -   -   Phone 27  "<KKH>00-00<>000^>b1��0<K>0-000<><XH>0<><>000000  SPECIAL  ONE WEEK  ONLY,  We offer our entire stock stofik-b'f Dry Goods,Boots  r^nd Shoes, Millinery, at the unheard of discount of  .337,; *ER CENT,  One-third off anything in tiie .'Store,   absolutely  nothing reserved., Buy now.   You can save, money  /  BARCLAY SCO.  DRY GOODS���BOOTS & SHOES���MItLINERY  ���j.1 '>-"' i-  <>0<��00����0��������0<>4��<>'004>0<K>0<X>0<����<>0<>45��^  MONEY SAVED  *" __ *S- .  *To those who haven't bought of us before we ask  an opportunity to show the'following lines hrMen's  Shoes.  Vici Blucher Bals. Dull Kid top, Heavy single  Sole       -       -       -   '   -       -       - $4.Q0  Box Calf Blucher Bals. heavy double sole 4.50  Vici* Bal. heavy single sole, wide last, plain  toe        -    "  -       -       -       "  .    "  Kangaroo Bal. heavy single sole, wide last,,  plain toe       -       -       -       -       . ~   "-  E-^tfa fine vici blucher b,al, "tipped, heavy  single sole - ... -  "Fxtra heavy-box calf blue bal. tipped, felt  lined -- -. "  Extra heavy box calf bal. plain toe,-leather  lined, double sole   -  '  Pat. colt, blucher bal., dull kid top, tipped  The above-lines are all Goodyear Welt, Solid Heels  and Soles.  P. W; GEORGE & CO.  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood  000����00����00<>CK>00��<>0<>0��00004>0<>^^  4.50  5.00  5.00  5.50  5.00  ,5.0o  c -Cash -25c  l,We want you to get acquainted with  us* in our new Store,  ^    Next Door to Post Office.  "We believe that we have the Best  Drug Stock and Store in the Interior of  B.C., and will give you the opportunity  of proying it by making a rebate of  Twenty-five Cents on every Cash pur-  * . chase of Fifty Cents or over, during"  the next Seven Days."  Cut out this "Ad." and bring it to  our Store.   If you live out of town  Mail it.  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO.  The Store  of Quality.  �� �� *.��-**-ft*-*-*--*- a��-tt<r����0��*e��*#������eft  I    MINING   s  Nels'oa,   November    10r-With  ii-  tbe beginning  of   wintefc-on the  highest slopes of the mountains,  properties which have   beeu   developing all the summer are now  beginning to ship under more advantageous  conditions.     While  this is particularly   true   of  the  Slocan, other properties in Rossland and in the Boundary are also coming to the front   as shippers."  The big event" of the week  is tbe proving of a parallel lead  upon the Nugget Mine on  Sheep  Creek.  The Sheep Creek district,  hardly one year   old, and which  has now an output of close on 700  "tons weekly, is   negotiating   for  power to run. its properties oa   a  more economical basis.  In Rossland the  Silver   Belt mine,  not  shipping since 1896, is again under lease.   The Centre Star mine,  with a shipment of 4,677 tons this  week, makes a record, while the  Trail smeter, with its receipts of  9,953 tons, has again established  a record.  YAIKABIBOO GOME WRONG  t '     '   -.      .  ��  Perversion of Local   Issues Results in  Disaster for the Upper Country  Rossland, Nov. 9���At the lead  refinery of the Consolidated Co.,  at Trail 60 tons of lead is turned  out each day. Most of this lead  is shipped to Shanghai, China  and to Yokohama, Japan, and  the' remainder to Toronto. Another large copper-gold furnace is  being installed which will have a  capacity of about 500 tons a" day.  This is intended to replace a smaller copper-gold furnace that was  tp/^i-*.^nj9pTme^'ti*��ve since ...When"  this furnace is completed the  smelter will'have a capacity of  about 1,600 tons of .copper-gold  ore'a day. Ihe increased quantities  of ore >tbat are being- received  from the Centre Star and its-allied  mines and "from the leased and.  owned properties of the Consolidated Co., in tbe-Phoenix camp,  make the additional furnace a  necessity.  , In nine months this year New  South Wales produced 195,592  fine oz. of. gold valued at $4,042,  887.  The tulal wave of Uftri*;av>ning j  and unreason able hostility tn the  policies nf the Liurier Government which began at the coasr,  overwhelmed tbe^. Liberals of  Yale-Cariboo and Kootenay yesterday.  Thu Oi ient.'il question and Better Terms exploited by looal   Tories and backed up by u*i-3c-*upu!oiifl  misuse of patronage .and   power  by the McBride   Government se-.  cured majorities in favor   of   the  two    Conservative      candidates  which surprised   even -the   most  enthusiastic members Of that party.  In Yale-Cariboo w$ere a victory for Mr. Ross was ^generally  conceded by those best "acquainted with "the district, large majorities were secured by l^r.  Burrell  in all the centres   of   population.  Of ail the towns and cities in the  district Phoenix alone came up to  the expectations of the local Liberal committee, who are entitled  to   the   greatest   credit for the  splendid   work   done   by   them.  Even  Greenwood,    M&    Ross's  home town, gave  Mr. \Burrell a  majority, although the,night before the  election  Conservatives  conceded a Liberal majority of 50.  The story of the deal^py  which  such an extraordinary result was  secured in Greenwood can best be  told in a later issue*   -It begins  with the selling ont of Greenwood  business   men   by   the  passage  ef that silly Board of Trade resolution and ends up by   the clubbing of 25 out of  27 voters  employed by the. local Smelter into  voting fpr the Tory candidate.  In Kootenay the" result is even  mere disastrous tor the Liberal  party. Mr. Smith Curtis who  was counted a sure winner being  down ed by the same ferees which  defeated five out of a solid delegation of seven Liberal members  from British Columbia.  b 'Uterou-* conduct at public meet-  ���   ���    . *  in rs that did ihe   trick; it -was  PlinkeV' W-tnej'*- underground  railway to the Smelter vote.  Well,   Duncan. Ross  defeated  Charlie Buntinganyhow.  Duncan Ross has been elected  fo attend to the business of Yale-  Cariboo for the next five years���  without pav.  Greenwood doesii'fc do even her.  own voting now. The Smelter  Superintendent; attends to all  these little details.  The Latest Word -  Prom the latest returns received it is apparent that Mr. Burrell,  Conservative has. been elected by  a majority of 500, while Mr.  'Bunting, Socialist, hopelessly  loses his deposit.  Mr. .Gobdeve's majority in Kootenay will probably be over the  thousand mark.  " Vermont produced -650,-1-25 lb.  copper in 1907.  Prince Albert  The deferred election in Prince  Albert resulted in the return of  Ruttan, Liberal, by a large majority, thus giving nine ��f the ten  Federal seats of Saskatchewan  to the Liberals.  Hill Scares Seattle  The statement made by J. J.  Hill ��t Vancouver that the big  Great Northern liner, Minnesota,  would probably be transferred  from Seattle and in future operate from Vancouver has 'caused  a sensation in Sound shipping"  oircles.  The trouble is due to the attitude of the Interstate Commerce  Commission regarding the rating  of trans-Pacific freight and requiring the publication of the  tariff on the railroad haul.  Already at San Francisco a big  fleet of liners is laid up and  things look very bad for the American merchant marine on the  Pacific.  Their business has fallen to  almost nothing and it is hoped  that by the transfer of the Minnesota to a Canadian port the big  steamship [mig-ht be kept in  commission.  NOTES,  lodging by the result in Grand  Forks it is quite evident that Mr.  Ross did not get the Hindoo vote.  The sleighing is fine iu Greenwood.  Now if Geo. H. Cow-in had on  ly addressed that Liberal audience  ���the   result   might    have    been  different.  British Columbia generallv  doss the wrong thing at the right  time.  Mr. Ross thanks the Liberals  for their splendid work and loyal  support. Everything that could  be legitimately done to win an  election was done by the Liberals  throughout the district. The  fault does [not lie with the  workers pi the Liberal party.  The only way to successfully  fight the devil is with fire. The  only way to successfully fight the  M-cBride Government ��� but  enough has been said.  Well, the country is safe anyway. Laurier will have five more  years to completeQ his work notwithstanding the election of Mr.  Martin Burrell.  AGood Show.  Socialists' Meeting  The San Francisca Opera Co;  presented the;--toy-maker" "at the  Auditorium on Tuesday -evening  to a delightedy audience, and it  is safe to,say thaj: no better op--  eratic company has ever.> appeared Greenwoodr*  i .  . ��� ' '������  The   eicellence^of-the ^horus  aiidytae^^  tfiepi&e^^  ordinary travelling'show,^ and:  the management of the Auditorium deserves great credit for their  enterprise'in bringing this first-  class company here. '*���-....  Teddy Webb stillrrretains his  reputation as one of the funniest  of comedians, while' the songs of  Messrs. Wheeler and; Powell were  much enjoved.. -    Yy.YY  Miss Mabel Day is a charming  actress with a voice of remarkable sweetness and won the hearts  of the audience from the beginning.' .!"*'  But they were all good, and the  company . ably maintained tha  reputation they'held" in their old  "Tivoli" home in San Francisco.  Chas.* Burning, the .Socialist  candidate, and Parker Williams,  M L.A , for Newcastle, addressed a meeting iii the ..Mel lor Block  last Monday evening.-' y  Mr. .Bunting was inclined to  ramble in bis remarks, and could  see no good in the existing order  of things governmental,  Mr. Williams, showed , himself  to be a man welJ-posted_ on the  subject he had in hand, and he is  a fluent and entertaining speaker.  His speech where he dealt with  the improvement of thc conditions  of the workingmen was given  with evidence-of sincerity in the  matter, though for the greater  part he confined himself to a denunciation of the present system  of administering the affairs of  government.  Both the old parties were roundly abused, and the speaker contended that Socialism and the  Socialist members were all to the  good. ..-  No defence was attempted in"  regard to the allegations made  concerning the ^conduct of the  Socialist members in the Provincial house.nor was any program presented to the people  apart from-the idea of, electing a  number of Socialists to parliament to hold the balance bf power  Wallace Mountain  The. Bell Mining Co. after  three months of active work on-  their Wallace Mountain properties, will drive a 500 ft. tunnel to  tap seven known viens on the  surface every one of which carries  ore in paying quantities,  The tuunel will tap the grouud  at a depth of from 110 to 200 feet.  The properties are inQthe high-  grade silver belt on Wallace  Mountain, and these fissure veiu*  cross the formation which is an  altered granite.  It is claimed that there is no  barren quartz .on Wallace Mountain for wherever their is quartz  there is pay.  The Bell Compauy has made  some 500 assays pf their ore. and  in only forty did the result show  less than $30 a ton, 20 oz. of silver being the lowest assay the  quartz has shown.  Mining matters are looking up  on the West Fork, and with the  different works of development ^  now going on there premises to  be** considerable activity during  the coming year.  Cinderella Dance  TramJLine Fatality.  A terrible accident occurred  last Sunday morning on the Vancouver-Westminster inter-urban  line due to the mistake of switchman Ellis who had been station,  ed at Cedar cottage because of  the foggy weather.  Murdoch McDonald, motorman  of the Central Park car was instantly killed,and Ralph A. Jamison, of the Westminster car has  since died in the General^ Hospital.  Jamieson was a married man and  leayes a wife and several small  children.  Both conductors were badl y in  jured as/ were also"a number of  passengers, six of whom were  taken to the hospital.  The switchman, who- is blamed  for the accident, has disappeared  and it is thought that he may  have committed suicide in his  grief at the awful affair.  About twenty-couples made up  a very, pleasant dancing party in  the Auditorium an Monday evening. '.-.-'���  ���������-": ������".,,'- 4. ���'���������-��� -���:--        - 'A-,.'  : : The dance w,as_,.the first_.qf  a series of ten which will hS Jheld  during the winter under the auspices of the Cinderella club-���-and  was a very successful event in  every way.  The Greenwood Orchestra supplied the music, and it is expected  that the attendance will be increased- to thirty-five couples,  which number would no doubt  haye been present but for the  numerous dinner parties and other festivities which go with the  celebration -of Thanksgiving-day.  Police Court  The adjourned case against  Ernest A.' Shute charged withy  assaulting the Chief of Police  while that officer was endeavoring to arrest him, will be proceeded with tomorrow before Police-  Magistrate Hallett  The accused was released on  bail of $500 furnished by himself, and   two  sureties   of  $250  The Ladies' Aid of the Methor  dist Church intend having a sale  of work Friday, December llth,  on Copper street. There will be  aprons of all kinds, fancy handkerchiefs, dressed dolls,and many  articles suitable for Xmas gifts  for sale.  A Strange Find  One of the. local section hands  f i >������''.  on the C.P.R. madea strange discovery this morning.  While emptying a water-barrel  on the the bridge near Anaconda  he found a white vest and a black  dress-coat with a stone on top of  them to keep them at the bottom  of the barrel.   _  It is presumed that the articles  were stolen and placed in the barrel for concealment.  METALS.  New   York,   Nov. ".11���Silver,  50|^; copper,l'4;^ to 14>^,,strong.  Loudon, Nov. 11���Silver 23 5-16;  lead, ;��13 15s.  November 6,'08  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The following- table (riven lhe ore shipments nf Boundary mines for 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903,  1904, 1905, 1906,1907,19 (l as reported to the Greenwood Times���  Mink. 1900       1901        1902        1903        1904        1905       1906        1907  Granby Mines 64,533   231,762   309,858   393,718   J49.703   653,889   801,404   613^37  99,034   141,326  47,405     14,811  650       8,530  ���Newfoundland  Anyone who carries on a three  or four month's campaign in Yale-  Cariboo deserves to win.  Youug Dr.   Spankie   shouldn't  get too conceited.   It wasn't   his  The returns   from   Newfoundland give the result of  the   elections in the ancient  tie, 18 .to 18.  This will mean that the Bond  admit .titration has not been sustained and will be compelled to  make aflother appeal to the country.  Snowshoe  B.C. Copper Co....  Mothei Lode     5,340  B.C. Miue    19,494  Emma       Oro Denoro   -   Bonnie Belle.    -   Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem   Idaho.    -   Rawhide   Suimet   -   Mountain Rofie   Athlestan    1,200  Morrison..    -  ....  R. Bell...   Senator-        Brey Fo-fle.   No. 37..   Reliance        Sulphur King-   -           Winnipeg    1,076      l.^-K)  Golden Crown    2,250       King Solomon   -         875  Big Copper.         No. 7 Mine.......  665  City of Paris       2,000  Jewel       lt>0 350  Riverside,   _   Carmi   Sally      -  Rambler   ��� ���'���  Botcher Boy .���  Duncan     -   Providence   Elkhorn.. -  Strathmore.   _   Golden Eagle    _      ......  Preston   _ ���"������-  Prince Henry   _   Skylark   _ -  Last Chance ' _   E. P. U. Mine.   Bay.   -   Mavis..   _   Don Pedro    Colony     as a j Ceeacent.    Helen    | Ruby      80  Republic. :...   _         MiscelUaneoas.....   3,230      3,456  297      1,741     20,800    71.212  8,426   135.001  "Past  1908   Week  868,677   21,840  2907   2,400  538,079 174,298   147.S76   105.90C   208,231     213.692 11,070  19,365        22,937     37,960  15,537 16,400        .    802  7,45j  ���4.731  550  5,646  ISO  3,339  560  363  785  625  2,435  32,350  3^070  3,250  1,759  4.586  3,450  222  364  33  482  2,060  890  79  219  993  400  167-  726  325  9,485  3,007  20  55,731  1,488  11.804  3,177  140,685  2,960  26,032  48,390  3,55ft  1,712  18,374  14,481  43,295  12A3  64,173  31.270  31,258  649  54,000     1463  4,870  25,108  3.056  4,747  11,971  3,450  398      9  1,833     33  150     "586  30  106  76  9  18  1.140  40  140  90  68     30  145  120          770  150  40  700  20  55  60  20  20  52  50  300  325  500  60.  750  535  689  25b  73  20  40  90  80  20  500  15  589  224  30  45  -.53  Total, tons..  96.600   390,800   503,876  690.419   fc*-9,S(S   <*3-u5481,161v5�� 1,148^37   ..'         G"ranbv Co" "'"tan   230.828   212.340   4oi,"21   596,252   687,983   828,879   ��.**7,626 831,647  B.C. Copper Co    _..���..   117,611   148,600   162,913   219.484   21OJ830   123>��0   341,952 22��,47>    12.S7I-  Dom. Cop-Co _           1324^0      30,<*30    84,059   218.811    li3;439      22,342      til   reduced.. 62,389   343,439    460,940    697,404   837,666   932,8771,172,4031,231,017      ��� :   V.  c-41  i*-'a4  ���YY0  ;'#3$|  ���V&i  ���g-m  'Y:-B#M  .V--fc-S3  '���1'S-i  ��� ':-: *;]���$  ���;.y<��f  .. .-iV;3';;.:Frt"tf--;  YX  M  ���'���rffl  ��� ���./���?*!  YYY >,$%  -*��� ��� vvj-  ...v-'-Sv  .���ml  ���WM  ::*:;Sn  v.---*  :.-iYSm  "yj%  ���'ym��  - y<-.-:��A  .'������ifiS  .YYm  m  m  M&S&  Y'y.yYYY:m  m  ?*SfflS  mm  38-SS  'YY-YYm  YyYtm  rYmi.  YY-y:.:M  m  eYy-Uti!  Ym  m  YVYY<SAm,  -.:��� ^M^il^fe  ". YyY$s0i?  '���'. YyiyS��ifYM  "y-^Bm  ::v:y;i��il  ���-��� :-y^ms  ���Ar.ry-.ymi  :-.-^J  *����  y-m  ���YpUM  V-ify'lS'l  ~Y*��i$k  ���yM8%1  ���rYmi  ���'..ViCTl  m  s\ ���1,11     ii ..un,   :  ���" _   iiiiii��.iipim  YyY-:^!'  ���y -.";,  .:��j   ���  ���f-g^^'mwimim^M'WW  ���YYyY^-YY'^Y^Y^WYy-y'YYY-  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  (2=*;  Cr*  cr*  Cr*  </=**  0s**  Cr*  0=**  C7=^  fl-**-*  V=4  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  <r*  <!=<  Cr*  !r*  ..Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest .......$11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon   President :   Lokd StbatHcoHa and Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.  Pre-sideut:    Sir Gkorob A. DRUMMOun, K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :    E. S. Ciouston.  Branches in London, Eng. {$&���\���g��L\ New York, Chicago.  Buy  and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers : Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credit*, available iri any parttof the world.-  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rate's  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  k=0  te��3  ited  S3  >=��>  It is reported that the rich lead  in the McAllister group near  Three Forks has been struck in  the cross-cut tunnel.  A thirty.day option has been  given on the Golden Zone group  at Hedley.  Wm, Sloan, M.P., isays that  the prospects of Atlin are better  than for several years past.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H.  HALLETT  I3akkisti*k, Soucitok,  Not a hy Ftbuc.  Calile Address:       ���' I! ai.i.ktt."  i Bedford M'NeiU's  CiMii-.s < Mon-inu & Neal't-  I Leiber'K  Gaic-iwood, B. O  ���-������*���*  BCUr<DARV   VALLEY   LODGE  Mo. 38.1-0. O. F.  Mfi-f.  everv   Tuesriav   I*iveiilii*- at SOO in   the  |. <������. O.  c'.'Hall.    A  cordial  mvi tatiou Ib ei  u-mted loall sojonuiiiitf bretVierU.  s.  ^I'OhW'I' D. A. MACDONALI*  N. I.. ��� v- f'-  A. JAYNKS, Ki'C. Sec  Boundary Creek Times  ���iJ  issued 6verv -fridav  BV THK  Boiindasy Creek Printing and PEfilisbini?  , Co., Limited.  J. M. MlI.r.AR -       -        Manaobk  . -"UiK-r-pIPTIOT-*'-' IN  APvANr*F,  r*;.-w   V P A H         *M7   KliKTll"          To  FoHi-t'-.r* C<**"-tpibr    ..  2 "KI  1 Zf  2 fr.  %Y��g$Pr~  1-KIUAV. NOVENIKEK 13 19U8  THE GREATER CANADA.  42,340 and doesu't mention Vancouver's 80,000 in its list of the  six principal Canadian cities.  The new member-elect from  the Columbian office will do well  to add to-his statistical knowledge before he goes to Ottawa.  That "Duty of the Hour" pamphlet issued b[> the Toronti Conservative!- proved to be one of the  most elTi-ctive political boomerangs ever thrown.  Race and religious cries no longer have a place in Canadian politics aud it is time that  our   Coti-i  serva-tive friends in the East were ���  aware of the fact.  Large bodies of heavv sulphide  ore have been found in the Idaho  mine, Rossland.  After 858,000" tons of ore had  been shipped during the year the  kuown reserves of the Granby  mines, proved by diamond drilling, were larger at the close than  at the beginning of the vear.  The Granby is building a new  tres le at the entiarc* to  No. 4 tunnel of their Paoenix  mines.  A new spur is being built at  the Granby Smelter.Grand Forks  to be used for the storage of coke.  px'&ixyy.  7'he electors of New West min-  ster are now suggesting that  Robert Jardine should go to Ottawa to impress on tbe Minister  ot Public Works the necessity of bsttvs7^7Kz^&^.yxsx.  The mining outlook   looks very  bright for Kootenay this winter.  PROVINCIAL ITEMS  pressing forward the improvements to navigation in the Fraser  river.  Why not let the man they elected attend to these matters in  which Westminster seems to be  so suddenly concerned ?  Since OctobPr 26th there has  been a decided falling off in . the  number of compliments, from the  Conservative press to that "good  old friend," Joseph Martin.  Tbe disparaging editorials of a  section of tbe American press in  regard to the G T P- and the proposed - Hudson's Bay railway,  must onlv serve to advertise the  great unfurmed regions of our  Canadian West.  Their-jubilations over a rumor that tlie- Hudson's Bay is not a  practicable, route is very much oui  ol ii'ace, nnd is quite in line with  the mucji-repeated statement that  * ��'  the c-mi)try thn-uah   which   the  Grand Trunk Pacific will pass  would never produce anything  but Xmas trees and wood-peckers.  The emigration of large numbers of the mos' progressive American farmers to the wheat fields  of the Canadian West is a matter  i  of tender moment to those who  seek to check the movement, and  Canadians are delighted to know  tbat influential American journals have seen fit to call attention  to Western Canada in such au effective matinfr.  With two ocean to ocean railway lines, the short haul ^ of the  Hudson's Bay road, and the  Georgian Bay Can.il in operation,  there will be no necessity for the  shipment of Canadian grain  through Yankee ports.  And this is the point which  worries the people of the American ports.  Greater Canada is already a  demonstrated fact, and the --Teat  projects under way for the transportation of our products migbi  well excite the envy of our enterprising cousins to tbe Souh.  If Geo. E- Foster wins all his  libel suits, the Conservatives will  not need to look elsewhere for a  campaign fund at the nest election.  The action of some of the members of the Asiatic Exclusion  League in proposing to impeach  President John Jardine for his  support of Ralph Smith and Wm.  Templeman will be regretted by  all friends of the cause for which  the Leaeue is supposed to stand."  Mr. Barnard's majority has  been increosed to 13, and Victoria  wonders if their bad luck will  ever ceapo.  The New Westminster Columbian commenting editorially on  the growth of Canada puts the  population of Winnipeg  at onlv J aascut 90ft of $26 ore.  1    MINING   j  The production of the St. Eugene silverJead mine at Movie  duiing the year ending June 30th  last was 155,419 tons with a total  value of $1,319,022.  The ArtiC'Brotherbood had a  very successful gathering at  Victoria.  American cattlemen have leased a tract of 10,000 acres of grazing land in ihe Chilcotin district  from the provincial government  at an annual rental of 15c an  acre and an option of purchase at  the end of 20 years.  Chief Justice Hunter has granted an appeal to the negro Jenkins, sentenced to death at New  Westminster. ,  - Norman Mitheson, a city employee, of Vancouver, was drowned at the Cipilano dam.  The G.T.P. survey parties met  at a point near Bulkeley  Summit  70 miles north   of   Fraser   lake,  completing the   location  survey  of the new Transcontinental line  Word has been received from  Aid. Cavana/gh, who has been  ill at Portland, that he will re-  turn to Vancouver about the 20lh  of NovPmber. ..  A. Sotiierville accideutlv shot  aid killed himself with a revolver at Kamloops.  OBSTINATE FACE   SORES  REFUSED TO < LOSE FOR 4 YEARS  Zam Buk Healed   them   Inside Two  Weeks  Ha e ynu sirae eruption, 6rsore.,or  nicer, or wound, on any part of vour  b)dy whic*i> lusht'herto refused to close,  no matter how. treated? If -so, that is a  c^se for ft.-ini Buk, the gTe.'il herbal  balm The herbal saps and essences  in th's balm are so powerful that they  can heal tlie worst cases of chronic sores  titters, blnod potion and skin'dieascs.  Here aie proofs of this:  Mrs..W. H Taylor of No-th Bay Ont.,  says: "I hid a (-caly spot as big as a  ten rent piece on my face I had it for  four years, an-1 hardly a ni*--ht during-,  tbat time went by but what I applied  cold-ream, or some ointment or other,  but it wni'd always be there. I recently  applied iCim-Buk, and in little, over a  week's time the spot had disappeared  completlv." ���  Mrs; S.J Holden, of 343 West Han  nah St.. Hamilton, says: "My Utile  girls had a running' sore on her leg-  which defied all treatment I applied  Zam Buk. .ind iu about a week's time  the wound was closed I have found  Zim-Biik just as jrood for other skin  troules and injuries."  Mr. J H. Hamilton, of Thdrnbury  says: "A friend b- mine had an obstin-  sore on her temple. It had been treated once or twice by a doctor, and would'  heal up fpr a short time, but would  break out apain. Zam.Buk healed it  p?rmanently, ��� and -it shows no sign  whatever of returning*."  Z m Buk diff'Ts from ordinary salves  and embrocations, for while these  mostly conlain animal-oil and fats,  Zam-Buk is purely.herbal. It soothes  and heals cuts, sores, ulcers, eruptions,  boils, e^xema, chafing sor. s, etc. In  the hotiSjfholcl. itis lhe handiest possible remedv for burns, scalds, children's  injuries. It instant cleanses any wound  to which it is applied; prevents festering, in fl im-nation or b'ood poisoning It.cures pilos, varicose ulcers, and  fistula All druggists and stote*. sell aV  SO cents a box, or to Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, for price, 6 boxes for $2 SO.  BO&TORS MISTAKES  Ara said often to bo burled six feet under  ground. But many times women call on  their family physicians, suffering, as tbey  imagine, one from dyspepsia, another from  heart disease, another from liver or kidney disease, another from nervous prostration, another with pain here and there,  ard in this way they present alike to  thsmselves and their casy-gomg or oyer-  bi'sy doctor, separate diseases, for which  he. assuming them to bo such. presci;ibes  his pills and potions. In reality, they-aro  all only symptoms caused by some uterine  disease. TheTjh��ician,>*gnorant of tho  cause of suffenngVl^ps uphis^treatment  until large bills are rmide. Jjh^suffering  ���oatlent gets no beUeiS.l-xiJrEastMi^Ktho  wrong treatment, but probably -rt'orser^fj '  DrCr^T.!!!'-''!1'''"** HKn TlVi I-Itc-Vc K-*,vnr|t.n  Prescription, directed to thi>.r.miRC would-  have tfiitireiy rc.innyecl'tlie disease^ thereby dispoTlnig aiT'those uistressing'symp-  toms, and instituting comfort instead of  prolonged misery. It has been veil said,  that "a disease known is half cured."  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription! is a  scientific medicine, carefully devised by  er  an experienced and skillful physician,  md adapted to woman's delicate system,  tis made of native American medicinal  and adapted to woman's delicate system.  ~  ' ' " mcrican medicinal  r harmless in its  mi. of (ft/*  fei-yir/f-g  foots and is  'perfectly  harmless  in its  effects in. Tl>i-/ cmittiwi  As a powerful invigorating tonic "Fa-  ptiori" Imparts strength to  giwtci't!  As a poweri  vorito Prcscrl _ -.���-,-   -    ,--. ,,  the whole system and to tho organs distinctly feminine in particular. For oyer-  worki'd, "\--orn-out,"- run-down." doolll-  tate-i  teachers,  milliners,  dressmakers,  Ecixnistrosse:.'. "shop-girls," hou^e-kceirrs,-  in rsing mothers, una feotilo wonijyi.Kcn-  cr-illy, L)r. Piurco's Favorite Prescription  is the greatest earthly boon, being un-  c��;-niled as an appetizing cordial and rc-  stJiallvo tonic. ,  As a s-nqthliig and strengthening nerv-  British Columbia will be represented at the Spokane Fruit fair  by exhibits from Grand Forks,  Kamloops, Creston, Nelson, Myn.  caster, the Okanagan and the  coast districts.  Notch Hill has produced a musk-  melon weighing 65 pounds, and  the big Ontario pumpkin will be  fed to the cows.  B. P. Davis, K.C, of Vancouver, has been retained by the  heirs of the late Joan Dunsmuir  in the suit regarding the ownership of an immense amount of  property   ou Vancouver Island.  At Hadley, Alaska, 60 .men aTe  at work in the mines and 40 at  the smelter.  Bert Campbell is in charge of  the 1.500 ft. tunnel on the Knob  Hill, near Danville, Wash.,  where they have already driven  1000 feet.  Development work is being done  at the old Republic mine in Ferry  County, Wash.  An old prospector has come out  of the Golden Ears mouutaiu,  Fraser Valley, with ��3,000 worth  of gold.  A rich gold discovery, is reported from Pender harbor, 50 miles  from Vancouver, where it is sa:d  100 claims have beeu staked.  There are 250 men at work   in  the mines adjacent to Sandon.  The'British Columbia Copper  Co. is operating a diamond-drill  on their Lone Star .and Washington properties at Dmville which  The Sechart whaling station on  the West coast of Vancouver Island captured 600 whales during  the past seasou.  ���O^a-^  x  HUE  The Evan's Gold Cure Institute1  Treatment permanently cures tlie  ALCOHOL CRAVING ii? Iwenty-  eif-iii.'d'ty*-. Established Winnipeg.  14 yearji,"VancouVer 1 year. Prospectus, testimonials, etc., Sent privately  on application. First-class accomodation and attention. No resiraiut  or discomfort.   950 PARK DRIVE.  VANCOUVER.  '____  aaaammaaaaaaa^^mamammmama  in3 "Favorite Prescription"isunequaled  aiid is invaluable in allaying and subduing  nervous  excitability, irritability,  nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration,  neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, St. Vitus's  dance, and other distressing, nervous  symptoms commonly attendant upon  functional and organic disease of. the  uterus. It induces refreshing sleep and  relieves mental anxiety and despondency.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Invigorate  ti-.e stomach, liver and bowels. One to  ttree a dose.   Easy to take as candy*  ��������� fl ���  Grikg & Mokrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  ���  Is steam heated, .electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Rest Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Cgast.  -f* '*$-' "-t-L-f* *f* *t* *$���*$* -l*  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition   issued March, 1908,)  Size :   Octavo.    Pages:   1228,  Chapters : 25.  Scone : The  Copper Industry   of   tile  World.  Covering ; Copper History. CJeologv,  Ger*jji*;apliv.  Chemistry,   Mineralolgy,  Miiiihg, Willing, Leaching, Smelting.  Refining, Brands, Grades, 'Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes.Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines iu I'etail, Statistics of-"Production, Consumption, im  ports'; Exports,   Finances,   Dividends,  elC'      ������' >.'   - ,'���'���-    '  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the '  AT THE CHURCHES  Presbyterian���Services-will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a.m.  and 7 30 p m. Rev. M. D.'McKee, Pastor. *  M'STHODrsT���Rev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct servises as usual at  Methodist Church morning and evn-.ing-  Services every Sunday, morning and  Sunday School  at 3.    .  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C.  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 to see the book and judge  for yourseit of its value.to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,   '  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHELDO NBUILDING, HOUGHTON,. MICH,, U.S.A.  __ Ladies '-Calling Cards.Hol-  laud   Linen, can   be  had at  The Times Office,"59c a-box.  r*'  The contract will shortly be let  for the 150-mile section of the  G.T.P. between Aldermere and  Kitsilas Canyon on the Skeena  river.  $200,000   will   be expended on  the streets of Prince Rupeit.  tf^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQQOO  H. BUNTING  I CONTBACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer- in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  L/umber, Mouldings,  ��� Windows, Doors,  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISH ED-S  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  PHONE 65.  irt/N^/i/M"  J. J. Hill   was   banquetted   in  Vancouver.      ���  Penticton had a $4,000 fire last  week.  The Vancouver health commi -  tee has reported that many of tie  restaurants in that city are ur t  in a clean condition.  Get acquainted with  Black Watch  the big black plug  chewing tobacco. A  tremendous favorite  everywhere, because of  its richness and pleasing  flavor.  2266  SAYS THIS IS BEST  A loading BMltk jMnuJ ln u-rwer-  ing tiie qu-MttlwD, "What la th* beBt  prworiptioD to bImb and purify the  blood t^ print* fa a Meant i-urae the  following i  Fluid BxtrMtDandelion on*ounce;  Oomponnd Salatone, on* ounoo ;  Oomponnd'SjrapSarsaparilla, four  ounow.  Shaka wall and na* in teaspoonful  do*** aftar aaoh maal and at bedtime.  A well-known phr-doian state* that  the** ara hanalsaa T*getable ingredient*, whioh *an b* obtained from  any good preaorlptioa phaxmacy.  Thia mhrture will olun the blood  - of all impuriti**. In Juat a few days  tha ��kiu begin* to clear of eorea, boils  and pimple*. It put* visor and  energy into run-down debilitated.  ��� men and women. For many yeais  Sanap&rULa alone baa been considered  a good blood medicine. But while  it Built up and made new blood, the  impurities remained within and the  good accomplished waa only temporary. Saraaparilla, however, when  used in combination with Compound  Salatone and Extract Dandelion,  work* wonders. . Thia' combination  puts tha kidney* to work to filter  and sift out the waste matter, uric  aoid, and other impurities that cause  ' disease. It make* n*w blood and  relieves rheumatism and lame back  and bladder trouble*". .  ��� *M>*>IIMM''��**��MM>*  COMMERCIAL  HOTEL Greenwood  Rooms 25c and 50c a Night  M, GILLIS  Hotel.  Close to the Smelter.  The Best Appointed Work-  ingmen's Hotel in Ire City  Lighted    throughout   with  EMer-.tricityv Hot and  Cold Baths.  IHYBS0R   |*����TEL  McCLUNG and GOODEVE, Profrktois. _  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with electric lights.  First-class Bar.    Strictly up-to-date goods. ���  FIRST CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Your  9B  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OhA. 1.0FSTAD Proprietor  Witt be attended to promptly  at this office     ���    ,    /   ���  This office is replete y$itkeverything neces-  essary in a printing office to ensure your  ^ork being done with neatness'and despatch  WETl^THffiWORK  HEALTHFUL  _    AND  PLEASANT  IF" YOU WEAR  JWVTBRPROOF  OILED CLOTHING  black pnv tux-re  Bsrfecr Ppofecllon  Longeiil Servlt*  Low fat Priea  "U***-*"  ������mi  -4-  .*.  :*  X 4, �����*��-��*����-�� *��-��4- *�� -|*g-��-�� ����������-��-�� 4- ��j��-|.-|��a|t-��  I ill  Dlectric current. supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Saye You Money  *  *  *  **l--^f-4'4-4'4-*****^^ pIllS^  tftf.ft&W&aS>m  rYryiYmm  Yrim,  BOUNDAR^fCREEK TIMES  ow a  therml?ffleter  earns- its mpney._  ' By indicating when oven is ready for  baking. By cutting out the "peeping'*  into oven. By showing on its face what  is going on: in the oven. By saving  "door-opening" heat.   By substituting  certainty for chance  in baking   results.  "Sask-alta" range  thermometer was  tested for six months  before one range was  sold. VSask-alta''':'  thermometer is to  the housewife what  the compass is to the  shipcaptain.  y  ���   The area oi Canada is 3,745,574  square miles.  ���  -,. The, 13th division;'of-- the-Jap-  janese army has left Korea.  There are six candidates for the  mayoralty of Calgary,  Dr. Ishigami, a Japanese physician has discovered a s'eru m for  the cure of tuberculosis which  has had very successful results.  The Railway Commission is  holding its November sitting at  Ottawa.  Chas. W. Morse, New York  banker,-has been sentenced to 15  years for violation of the National Banking laws.  There is serious trouble between  Kaiser William ahd Chancellor  Von Buelow over the unfortunate utterances of the German  BtnpV.'or,  The railroads of the U.S. are  said to have released orders for  equipment and supplies ag-greg-a..  ting $240,000,000 -sit-ice election  day.|-y   |  F. A. Ackland. has been' appointed Deputy-Minister of Labor  to.'succeed W.../L. McKenzie  King.  The Arcb.'bisbop of York has'  resigned his bishopric on account  of his advanced age and failing  health.  All 15c lines of Print and ginghams on Sale Friday and Saturday for 10c per yard. Barclay  and O. *  r  1.  The Metropolitan building in  New York is ttie tallest in the  world. It is 50 stories in height,  and rises 658 feet above the street  A number of big industries in  the eastern States have resume d  operations since the/U. S. elections.        .  Tea  Coffee  . Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  ^^^Brnwa^tmrnmrnaammtmamammmamaaaammmammmmmmm^mmamai^^K^atm  Dominion Exhibition 1906  8*n-����sM  London Toronto, Montreal.Wlnnlpeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary  Twenty panels and-1,400-veniremen were examined to secure a  jury to try,Abe Ruef in San Francisco.  The Canadian Brotherhood of  Railway employees has been or?  ganized at Moncton, N.B.  JM��m����ip P��ip��irc  L  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining District.  1" The Times   has  the  most complete Stock of  'Type,   Inks,   Paper,   in  the Boundary.  i  -*f The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every,  month.  % The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  -���  goods.  SEE IF JT CAN'T.  The Canadian Northern has  opened its new line from Brandon  to Regina.  The Manitoba High Court has  declared that a contractor may  make his own terms with workmen regardless of fair wage scale  Thos. 15. Palma, "first president  of ttie Cuban Republic, is dead.  The Republican vote in; the  electoral college has risen to 309  out of the total of 483. Mr. Taft  carried New York State by a plurality of 203,395, but his majority  in Ohio was reduced by 50,000.  It is - said that F. A. Heinze  ���will, be prosecuted in the TJ.S.  courts became of disclosures regarding the funds of the Mercantile National Bask.  : YC. P. Forrester will oppose  Sanford BJvans in the Winnipeg  Mayoralty contest; : -  ���''  The Empress of Ireland io her  last voyage from Liverpoll to  Montreal broke all previous records, and the St. Lawrence route  is fast becoming the favorite  transatlantic course.  1,220,000 immigrants havecome  to Canada since 1897 and their  effects were valued at $67,442,500.  Most of these people are ' homesteaders who have settled on  prairie farms.  New manufacturing industries  are establishing plants in Calgary and that city is rapidly  forging ahead.  The international troubles between France aad Germany have  been referred t�� arbitration.  jffl^^.^i-ftftfWdri^^  There will be practically no  change in the United States  House of Representatives^  f Subscribe For,Advertise In, Send . Your Job  Work to -the Boundary's  Leading Paper,  ENRYS  BU11)S Seeds. Trees*.  piaats for Fall  cat?'��efe Planting  M. J.  HENRY  3010 Westminster Road*.  Vancouver.  MURSER1ES  dijeaw by using Zam-Buk caught my attention.' I"obtained a box of Zam-Buk  .���*;      and began using it.    Each application brought great relief.    It checked almost  ������-'-''������-��� ������^������������.���--���*:.v^'>AVJ-^v'>..vr.--.v.-.-*-*-.*---:.%'.v.-v.,��.v^  BUR/WJG ITCHING ECZEMA!  CAUSED MANY SLEEPLESS NIGHT'S  Miss Mabel Ksspp, of 247 Wolfe Street.,.  Peterboro', Out;, says : "Bight months ago  small white blotches and pimples broke out  on my hands. To keep from rubbing and  scratching-was impossible ass the the itching was  intense. Tbis caused the pimples to break foi tiling mattered sores between my fingers and spreading to the joints of my fingers. My hands were  actually in a raw jstate. 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 very very little work about the house. Various remedies were  tried still thedisease was bot checked and I was now almost discouraged when a  statement in the newspaper made by some person wbo had been cured of a similar  *|M155 MAttU-ffi-rj���s  i.v.'r:.-.:.-.*.;'...-r..'-v..---..'.v.-..->-...-*.p*.-.-'i  HEALING, SOOTHING AND  ANTISEPTIC   -  Zam-Buk cures cuts, burnt, scalds,  ulcers, ringworm, itch,-.barbers rash,  pimpiesand eruptions, blood poison,  bad leg,'salt rheum, abrasions, accesses and all akin diseases. Aa an embrocation it is good for rheumatism,  sciatica and all nerve pains when well  robbed in. Ofallstoresand druggists,  50 cents box or from Zarp-Buk Co., |  Toronto, postpaid for price. - *  instantly the burning and itching and  soothed the pains, and toon banished all  inflammation and swelling and in about  three weeks from commencing with Zam-  Buk, I was cured of this dread disease."  famBtite  Tin CHEAT ���KIN-CUM^.  FREE!  Send to the  Zam-BukCo.  Toronto fora  free sample.  Cut out this  coupon acd  .mail witb ic  stump for  postage, fisu  ;..  V&f*.--.*-v-;Wrt:-';ra-::*-:*;:w:S^  Reserve   Strength  is as neccss-ivv to tnon and  women in wr Unary life as  to tho Athl -.to. . '  The regular use of "Bovril"  builds up a large 'reserve  of strauj-t'i, which makes  sustained ett'oi-t of mind  and body possible, and enables the system- to resist  attacks of disease.  Canadian :m  R A I'L W A Y  Sales Agent Wanted.  $36 per Week or'400 per cent.  Profit  All samples, statiQnery, and  art catalogue free. We want  one permanent agent in this  locality for the largest picture and frame house in Am--  erica. Experience unnecessary. We instruct you how-  to sell our goods and furnish  you the capital. If you want  a permanent, honorable and  profitable position, write us  for particulars, catalogue  and samples. FRANK W.  WILLIAMS COMPANY,  1214 W.Taylor St.,Chicago,  ll  T   ���  v  I  0  >  Application for Liquor License.  Take Notice that I, S. T. Larsen, pf Rock  Creek, Intend applying: to the Superintendent  bfiPolice, at the expiration of one month from  the date hereof, fur a renewal of my Ho.el Bi-  enseforthe premises known as The Riverside  Hotel, at Rock Creek. B.C.,  Dated this day, October 29th, 1908.  SAMUEL T. LARSEN, Rock Creek,  LICENSE ACT, 1900.  TAKE NOTICE that I, L. E. Salter, ol  Midway,B.C., intend applying- to the Super  intendentof Provincial Police, at the expiration of one month from the date hereof, for a renewal of my hotel license for the premises  known as the Hotel Spokane.sltuate at Midway  B. C.  Dated at Midway B.C., the 23rd  day. of Oct  ober, 19oS.        ' Signed, L. E. SALTER  Tickets on Sale Nov. 15, 16,  17. Goinjr transit limit  eight days from date of is"  sue: Final return limit  November 30th.  Validation fee of Fifty  Cents payable on these tickets at Vancouver.  For full particulars, apply  to any agent of the Company, or to  B.   R.   RBDPATH     AGENT  GREKN WOOP  J.E Proctor, D. P.A., Calgary  <Q  We will send you The Boundary Creek  Times with all the News of the Boundary  and The Farm and Ranch Review, Cal'  gary, a first/class Rancher's Paper, from  now until January 1st, 1910*  Renewal of Hotel Licence  Take notice that I Slvart Dhal.of Midway,lu-  tend applying-to the Superintendent of Provtu.  ciat Police, at the explratiou uf one mouth from  date hereof, for a renewal of my Hotel Licence  far the premises known as the Central Hotel at  Midway.  Datsd this 29th Oct. 1908.  Signed, SIVERT DHAL.  Snynopsis of Ganadian. KorMest  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANV creu-numbered section of' Dominion  "��� Lands in Manitoba. Saskatchewan, and  Alberta, excepting- 8 and 26, not reserved, may  be homesteader! bv any person who Is tbe ��ole  head of a family, or any male over 18 years ot  age. to tlie extent of one-quarter section if ISO  acres, more or less.  Application for entry .must be madein person  by the Applicant at a Dominion Land A-rencv  or Sub-agency for the district in which the land  is situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  madcat a��iv Airency om-ccrtain conditions by  the father neither, son, daughter, brother or  sister of an i>< lending homesteader.  ��� Dtjtiks���). AI least six rflont>8' residence  upon/and cultivation of the land In each year  ���for three years.  2. A homesteader may, 1f lie so des'res. per  form the required residence duties by llvinj, on  farmine land own#d solely by him, not less  than elfjhty (801 acres in extent, in the vicinity  of bis horr estead. H* may also do so by living  with father or mother, on certain condition  joinl ownership in land will not meet this requirement,  3. A homesteader intending to perfora. hln  residence duties In accordance with the above  while living-with parents or on farminpr land  owned by himself must notify the Agent for tha  district of such intention,  W. yr. CORT,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of   this ad  verticement will not be paid fori  Renewal ol Hotel Licence  Take uotice that I,Evan O. Lewis.of Boundary  Falls, B. C-, intend applying- to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration of  ono month from date hereof, for a renewal of  my Hotel Licence for the premises known as the  Smelter Hotel at Boundary Falls B. C.  Dated this 29th Oct. 1908,  Signed, E. O.Lewis  NOTICE  UNDER and by virtue of the powers contained in a certain Indenture of Nortttaee which  will be produced at the time of sale there will  be offered for sale by public auction by the undersigned at the Court House in the city of  Greenwood on Monday the lfctli dav ofNovem-  ber, I9O8 at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon the following- property, namely:���  Lot threo (3) and four (4) in block .Fifty-nine  (&)) according- to Reristcred Plan  Seventy (IO-.  City of Greenwood.  Dated this 26th day of October, 1908.  JAMES S. BIRNIE.  The Manitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  Send us $3.00 and receive lhe Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witu all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE  To'W.C, Thomas and J. A. Devlin or to  whomsoever they have transfe rred their intercuts in the Monte Carlo, Eu-rene, Dllmait and  Number Seven mineral claims situated on the  West Fork of Kettle Rl'er, Greenu-ood Mlu-  inir Divlson of Yale Dist. B. C.  Ynu are hereby notified that we the undersigned bave expended the sum of four hundred  dollars on tbe abov^ claims toiretber with re-  cordintr fees, such being required to bold the  Raid claims fur the year ending- August 12th,  llUS,-underthe provision of the Mineral Act  and Amending .Acis ; andlfot the expiration  of ninety days from the date of the first publi  ration of this notice in the Boundary Creek  Times you fail or refuse to contribute yonr por  lion of such expenditure, namely S200, log-ether  with all costs of advertising, your interests in  the snid mineral claims shall become vested in  us (your co-owners) upon filing iu the proper-  office in that behalf the -affidavit required by  Section 4 of the Mineral Act Amendment Act  1900-  Dated this8th day of October, 1908.  C. H. FAIR.  T. J. BEMNINGER.  Subscribe for The Times  VOLUNTEER BOUNTY ACT.  1908.  k   WARNING   TO   PURCHASERS  EVERY assignment of the right of a South  African Volunteer entitled to a laud  grant must be by way of appointment of a iub  stitute and must be in the form provided by the  Act.  Special attention is colled to Sub-st-ctiou 3 of  Section 5 of the Volunteer Bounty Act. 1908,  which provides that no assignment of the right  of a volunteer by the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or recognized by the  Department of the Interior which i�� not kxe-  CUTBD AKn DATED AFTER THE DATE OP THB  WAMAxr foh thb land grant issued by the  Minister of Militia and Defence in favor ofthe  Volunteer.  J. W. GREENWAY,  Commissioner of Dominion  Lands, Ottawa.  28th September, 1908.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Iinprovements.  NOTICE.  " CLATAWA NO. 2 " Mineral Claim, situate  in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located: On Wallace Moon  tain.  AKE NOTICE that I, Edward H. Mortimer  Free Miner's certificate No. B14422, Intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Daled this Ninth dav of September A.D. 1908.  EDWARD H. MORTIMER.  Painting  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor?  ating promptly done.  mall Papering  MM Kaisontining  Send in your sprint*- orders.  Box 255, Green-wood.  Shop Government street.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Public  Building, Vernon, B.C ," will be received at  this office until 4.30 P.M., on Friday, November  20th 190S, for tbe construction of a Public Build  ing at Vernon.  Plans and spocifica.tion can be seen and forms  of tender obtained at this Department, and oa  application to the Postmaster at Vernon.  I'ersons tendering are notified that tenders  will not be considered Unless made on the printed form supplied, and signed with tbeir actual  signatures.  Each tender must be accompanied by au-ac-  cepted cheque on a chartered bank,made payable to the order of the Honorable the Minister of  Public Works, equal to ten percent (10 pc. ot  the. amount'/f the tender, which will be forfeited il the person tendering decline to enter into  a contract -when called upon to do so, or If he  fails to complete the work contracted for. H  the tender be not accepted the cheque will be  relumed.  The Department does not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  By order,  SNAP. TESSIER.  Secretary.  Department of public works. ,  Ottawa, October 20, 1903.  Newspapers will not be paid for this adverti  sement If they insert it without authority  from  the Department.  Organ for sale, good as new,  $45. Must, be sold, want the floor  room.    A. L,Wbite phone 16.  ''t'y-i  ':':'.-' VH^l  -*"&*  --&*�����  W  ���X.Y'\  ..;-'i'Pul  'vYYYY  :Yf''jfi',il'i  v.-Sfei WA';:rr<yiflSM��S'>- '  ���>���**;  ������    **,  " *   ��� ��� ''-"-:.        / ,' i 1  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  *9  ��  T  ��  ��  ��  il!  ii  i.  The House for. Men's  Furnishings of Every  Description.    JC   3��  We carry the Clothes  that Fit���  THE BROADWAY  BRAND     JZ       J��  At prices to suit everybody  Get the Genuine  ���IITSt-ll   iraif  MIWssMirsmirI���T-eT1iMTireMle*rTr-Tr*n 1-"-""**"*������^������*M^^���"^���*'^'^^MI^^MI1111  Insist on  Pabst  Bottled   Beer  Don't be fooled by Spurious Imitations.  Greenwood Liquor Co.  1MPORTEFS GEEENWOOD  ���iM-'yun'tr"*"  "V  tf  ,r**x  *-?T'  b&j&-*it��^&&��  1 .Sft-E  iii&-��.  Delf   and  Hardware Sale  One-97 Piece new Dinner Set \v:is $15.00 now $11.  90.  One-97 Piece new Dinner Set was $13.25 now $10.  85.  100 per cent discount on full line of Glasswar  See our ;line of heaters.  A X."white"-  Furniture and Stove Man.        -       Phone 16.  /v^r^Or'  TkPalace Livery Stable  !n_..i   i   ii  i'ii  I ii-��_���*"> "ir-V'���***--��� i - ���ii   i     i r~    '���   'J'  Purely Personal j  Ralph Smailes is in the city.  John H. East was in Greenwood yesterday.  G. A. Rendell, of Eholt, was in  town yesterday. .  J. J. Dewar came down from  Phoenix Thursday,  S. Bennerman, of Midway, was  in town Wednesday.    , ~  Kenneth Hankisson, of Princeton, is in Greenwood today.  Frank Royer, Keremeos, was a  visitor to Greenwood this week. '  R. Gardom, former 1 v of Midway,  came in on Monday's train.  Miss Minkler went to Spokane  on Wednesday morning's train.  C. Scott Galloway, ot Grand  Porks, was over for the election.  Mr. Justice Martin,of Victoria,  is registered at the Imperial.  G. R. Naden, M.L.A. for  Greenwood riding-, is in the  city.  ���'Honest" John Oliver, of Delta, passed through Greenwood on  his way to the Similkameen.  Hon. Walter Scott, Premier of  Saskatchewan, paid *;The Times"  a call on Wednesday.    -  Mian Belt, of Banker Hill, 111.,  is visiting Mr. and- Mrs. S. E.  Belt.  Allan F. Eddy, sub-collector, ��f  Customs at Bridesville was in  the city yesterday.  Julius Ehrlich. of Colfax, Wash,  formerly manager for P* Burns  and Co., is in the city.  "VV. M. Frith, sub-collector of  Customs at Keremios, was in  Greenwood yesterday.  George Cunningham, rail-way  contractor at Hedley was in town  yesterday.  Chester Charlton, merchant, of  Bridesville, was in Greenwood  Tuesday.  George Mclntyre, commercial  man ot Vancouver is in the Boundary country.  W. F. Hazzard has gone to  Spokaue where he intends to  spend  the winter.  James C. Dale returned to his  home at Carmi on Saturday's  stage. v  Harry Goodeve walked up the  hill to Phoenix yesterday morning  to absorb the ozone.and cast his  ballot. .   -  H. W. Kent, of Vancouver, is  in the Boundary on a tour in the  interests of the Northern Electric  Co. ,    *  John Barclay, dry good's merchant, has returned from- a visit  to Spokane.  Harry Johns, superintendent of  the B.C. Copper Co's properties  at Wellington camp,- was in  Greenwood   Wednesday.  Colin C. Brown, of the Wood-  Vallance and Leggatt Hardware  Co., Vancouver, is in the Boundary in the interests of his company. .   .  C. A. Dempsey accompanied  Mine-inspector McGregor on a  trip to Carmi ou the West Fork  of the Kettle River last week.  Buy vour dry goods, boots and  shoes and Millinery from Barclay  and Co., 3i'/s per cent off everything in the store. Absolutely  nothing reHerved.  TOWN 2OTIC*  Copper Quotations.  G>anby  ...105.00    110.00  B. C, Copper  7.62^    7.87  Dominion Copper. 93^    l.Ob^  The City Council^ jneets on  Monday evening.  The adj-turned court of Assizes  will-begin its sessiou in the Court  house today.  Martin Burrell addressed a meeting in Phoenix last Monday.  ����� Val. C. H-ivnes, of the Okan.  agan Cattle Co , brought in 100  head of fine beef cattle for P.  Burns & Co. on Tuesday.  The annual smoking concert of  the Greenwood cricket club takes  place in the Eagle's hall this,  evening,  "Great sale at Barclay and Co's  one-third off every article in the  store, on sale.    Nothing- reserved.  Mrs. W. C. H. Wilson will receive during the winter on the  first and third Wednesday of the  month.  The Ladies' Reading Club will  hold their next meeting at tbe  heme of Mrs. G. B. Taylor oln  Monday afternoon, the 16th inst.  One third off everything in the  store, Absolutely nothing reserved.    Barclay aud Co.  The Pacific hotel has a new  pool table for the amusement of  their many guests.  Clint's stock of second-hand  goods has been purchased by A.  L. White.  G. W. McCallum, of Phoenix,  has opened a tailor shop in Hedley.  Barclay & Co. offer their entire  stock at a discount of 33 per cent.  Some members ot the San FranciscoOpera Co. enjoved the novelty of a tramp via the gulch  trail to Phoenix on Wednesday  afternoon.  The C.P.R. advise that they  will* not accept Lake and Rail  West bound freight after November 20 ch.  The students of Mrs. Murray's  class in piano and voice assisted  by Mr.-R. K. McCammon, baritone, and Mr. Isaac Crawford,  tenor, will give a high-class entertainment in the Auditorium  on" Monday evening, November  16th. - Those who enjoy good  music should not fail to attend as  this entertainment will be a mus-  icartrea't;  The ladies of St, Jude's Guild  will meet at Mrs. Proctor's on  next Tuesday afternoon.^  D Don't forget the grand bazaar  and "high tea" in the Auditorium  on November 25th, by the ladies  of St. Jude's church. Wait, and  buy your Xmas presents, Xmas  candy and home-made jams and  pickles..  ��� 0 ���  Effective with the change in  time, November 1st, the Canadian  Pacific has inaugurated a cafe  car service on the svutb branch  out of Calgary, the car being attached to the afternoon train  leaving Calgary at 16.55, and the  morning train leaving Macle< d  at 7 K. This should be a great  convenience to the ravelling public. Tbe cafe car service on the  North Branch out of Calgary remains unchanged, the cars being  attached to. all trains. Ali meals  are servt-d a la carte. ']  ���,    ' "- ���       -' 1  The   anniversary   held   in the'  Methodist   church     vas     fairly |  well attended both morning  andi  evening.      Rev.  J.   D.  P. Knox  administered   Sacrament   of tl e  Lord's Supptr   iu   the  morning, I  and in the evening the number  who came to hear Mr. Knox, was  largely augmented by the Boy's  Brigade to the number of about  30 stroua-. The lecture on Monday by Rev. Mr. Powell was a  splendid education in itseif ard  the view-1 thrown on the screen  helped materially to make thc  talk very realistic. .Mr. Powell  is excellent as an entertainer,and  his saving sense of humor prevents his talks from evor be-.n��  dry or prosy. The lunch supplied by the ladies at the close of  the lecture was excellent.  Campbell's  Clothing's  Newest  Ulster  CAMPBELL'S   CLOrMlNQ  L.O.T, M.  The organization of Greenwood  Hive-L.O.T.M. was completed  Tuesday evening by Mrs. J. C.  Kemp, deputy supreme commander, ablv assisted by Mrs. Mcintosh, of the Mother Lode, Mrs.  M. B. Hickey, of Grand Forks,  and Mrs. Findley, of this city,  attended by Mrs. \V. J. Jackson,  of Victoria,Mr*> Frasier and Mrs.  'Sloper, of Grand Forks. The  beautitul display drills of the order were well exemplified by the  young l.idies of the Hive under  the able leadership of Mrs. Fras-  ier, whose gentle bur firm guidance brought them, through the  intricate moments of the drill in  a manner which would have been  a credit to a much -older hive.  At the close of the drill dainty  refreshments were served. Wednesday evening three candidates  were duly initiated into the mysteries of Maccabeeism  The following is the list of the  officers installed for the first term:  Mrs. Murray, P.Lr C ; Mrs I.Crawford,  L, C ; Mrs. M. White, L.T.C , Miss  Mae Lawson, R K,; Miss Louie G.  Rowe ; Mrs M C. Lawson, Chaplain ;  Mrs A Fleming, Sery ; Mis3 Agnes  Findley,M A ; Mrs Thos Kowe,Sent ;  Miss S  A  Lawson, Picket.  ONESTLY.NOW !   here's the smartes  thing in Ulsters for the coming printer.'  It's called the Automobile Overcoat���is made '  of heavy Scotch Tweeds, Cheviots and Friezes,  with closely buttoned militaiy collar. ^ -  Is double breasted with broad. well made  shoulders.  ,  The skirts���while long, are large and "roomy.  They don't wind round 'or bind the legs when  walking. - . ..  The whole .coat is snug and comfortable'and  has more Style and distinction than anything  shown among the new Winter Overcoats..  Ttie Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd'.'  ff-  NOTICE.  All Persons in British Columbia  having claims against the Okanagan  Construction Company, re Midway  and Vernon Railway, are requested  to send the same duly verified under  oath to the undersigned:  No liability is assumed by the insertion of this notification:  The British American Trust  Co., Ltd., Grand Forks, B.C.  Arlington Hotel  The Arlington  is* centrally  located, warm rooms, good  . meals, and a  Bar  stocked  ��� with    the   best -Iaquors  and Cigars.  C. A, Dempsey, Prop;  ,'HtHHHMIHHHMMtr  WORTH  TAKING    ;.-.-���'  - Oneouno* Flcid Extract Dandelion;  One onnoe Compound Balaton* ;  Fonr ounce* Compound Syrup  Saraaparilla;  Mixed and taken in teaspoonfnl ]'  ���' doBoa .after eacb meal and at bedtime,. - >  ', ] is pronounced by a prominent pbyai-  .. oian to be the beat mixture for the '',  cure of the kidney, bladder, and all , >  urinary, troubles.   .       ���-       ��� *  Thiseays the doctor, ia the most  simple though remarkable preaorip-  tlon  ever   -written -to ole&nse the   '  > lyate'm   of   impuritiea   and' waste  ;   natter.   It acta as a powerful tonic   .  !   te the kidneys, forolng them to filter   '  ���at the aoids and poisons, overcoming rheumatism, lame back, sciatica  and other affliotions arising   from  -   war, impure blood.  'The ingredient* o��n be procured at   <>  any good drag store, and being purely  1   vegetable aad entirely harmless, can  ossily be mixed at home.  It you have a suffering friend show  \   thia ta-him, as he will undoubtedly  ',   be uleaaod to learn of so simple aad   '  > highly neoaunended a iwudy.  i DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. C. BUCKLESS    PROPPffiTOR   PATRONIZE  HOME  INDUSTRY, AND  SMOKE THE  OUNDARY  CIGAR  HAVANA   FRILLED.  Subscribe for The Times  NELSON IRON WORKS  (Greenwood Branch)  IRON, BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  - *- r  ��� "������-, Geo. M. Holt, Manager.  -  Is in the Windsor Hotel.  The business of providing  things good to eat is our  business. Meals are well  and promptly served. Everything completely to  your taste. Howard Mooke, Proprietor, -  The Creenwood Dairy  Milk and Gream Supplied Daily  to any part" of Greenwood, .  Anaconda and Phoenix  ^  ^:  Jenks Bros.  Greenwood  ^^-^^^^4.^^^^^^^^^^^^  +  *  *  We have a few  cheap Lots for  Sale* close in,  S50  Will Secure one  4*  *  -fr  -fr  ���fr  fr  -fr  ���fr  tK**+**baa*a*a��*am��aaa**a9:a**aa��9*am��******aa*ao**a:**��  P. BDRNS & CO.. Ltd.  .. DEALERS IN ..  fresh aiid Cured meats  ri$b aiiil Potiiiry*  ���������M��*��*������*m������������������*������^  You  r  Will be attended to promptly  at this office      .    .   \\..  This office is replete Jpith everything neces-  essary in a printing office to ensure your  Woork being done with neatness and despatch  i*S^5^5>f5^^r^^a>a�� 5SH5��g5H5��  Get  W^ise  AND  DRINK PHOENIX BEER  I THE " PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA."  Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewprv fa    Successors to the  &J[- OTCWCrJ co'> Elkhorn BreweryCo  I  :i  j  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co,, Ltd. J  ���fr OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.      .'    "'" ?


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