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 p,.^.   ...--f^.. _ 1   r0h. 14  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY,-? FEBRUARY 18. 1910.  No. 2 4  C. R STORK'S  NEW SPRING STOCK  =���-&  -OF-  0  Are now arriving and clerks are husy       <  arranging the same.  Prices in the East are constantly going  up but will remain the same at  STORK'S  Greenwood's Big Fgraitare Store  ' : ���   ���' -"'. FOR  - ��� -������������-'  rIGUSEKGLD GOODS  Of all descriptions call on T. M.  Gulley & Co.  We can furnish a shack or a mansion  at prices to suit all.  Agents for Ostermoor Mattresses.  Agents for Bell Pianos and Organs.  Agents for Edison Phonographs.  Everything in thc  Furniture Line.  =*v  T. M.  iy & Co.  "SPECIAL"  Carbo-Magnetic Razors  *  These are the best double concave Razors made,  and they  are guaranteed forever  against  defect in  material or  workmanship,  Sold all over the world for $2.50,  Our Special Price, $2  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  THE STORE OF QUALITY.  GREENWOOD WINS  INTERNATIONAL C#i  MEETING OF  CITY FATHERS  After Series -of Hard Fou  Games at Rossland  Carnival.  The Rossland Carnival is over.  On Sunday last, the special C. P. R.  train, which was chartered to take a  number of Greenwoodites. over to  witness the B. C. championship finals,  on Saturday, at Rossland skating rink,  returned with its load of rooters, the  International champions and the open  challenge Cup, a most magnificent  trophy of prowess, perseverance and  good play, won by our boys in black  and yellow.  '''.-The carnival opened under most  favorable circumstances on Tuesday,  February'-8, and^the- hockey games  played during the week were largely  attended by most enthusiastiC'Crowds.  . Rossland and Moyie were the first  hockey teams to meet on the ice for  the Open Challenge and Championship cups. This 'game was won by  Moyie by a score of 6 to 7 after a  most strenuous game, on Wednesday  afternoon;  The same evening Nelson and  Phoenix played before a packed rink.  This game was won by Nelson, who  scored 9 goals to 5 for Phoenix. The  first part of the game was fairly even,  but during the last half Nelson outclassed the team from Phoenix.  On Thursday *-*afternoon Greenwood and Moyie played in the Open  Challenge competition. Our home  team were fortunate in drawing a  bye and this game with Moyie was  their first appearance on the Rossland  -;i^*M**^.-^-��t*J***i'>^^ ''"-' :M&Mm~*M��'*k*ii> fil^'iist&i^jpJ^iz&i  m  YM  ��� :��*������;.'  "������S^f'  iUi  never let up for. a minute, ari'dJ^on  by 6 goals to 5 in a most masterful  and truly sportsmanlike manner. Tnicy  deserve especial  credit   for   havniy.  thus   handicapped,   won  the  Challenge cup and for bringinghjD*:  th�� first hockey  cup  Greenwood  seen.  Greenwood was now <lue tdy  Phoenix in the semi-finals on  day afternoon for the champiqjii  of B.-'-C.., and so eager were:;  friends here to see them wirr  game and play later against Nelscfj  the finals, that they chartered a sgji  train, whichleft Greenwood  urday morning at 8 o'clock, :|  with hockey enthusiasts and  spare men to reinforce the tea;  C. P. R. promising to. land  Rossland in time for the  game But the ways of the  are inscrutable, and as a re&rl  and a half hours wasted at<l  the train got to Rossland too,  the eager rooters to see the  the spare men to be of any i|  The game itself was too  Greenwood's six surviving!  had not recovered from the  the last night's  game,   and  fit to  play.    Yet,   in  spite  they held  down   Phoenix by  skill, and only lost by  two- gbj  score being Phoenix^  In the even^lf  by 6 to 1, and  i A regular meeting of Greenwood  City Council was held in the council  chamber Monday evening, February  14. Mayor Mcintosh and Aldermen  j Dixon, Sutherland, McKee, Craig  and Sater were present.  Moved by Alderman Dixon, seconded by Alderman McKee, that the  minutes of the previous meeting be  adopted as read.    Carried.  Letters were read from Dr. Fagan  (2) re Tuberculosis sanitarium; provincial secretary re appointment of  commissioners; W. E. Hodges, re  audit; Dr. McLean, re accepting appointment; R. T. Lowery, re printing; Union Canadian Municipalities,  re annual fee; H Bunting, re drainage from C. F. R. roundhouse; Vancouver council, re government-owned  telephones. The letters from Dr.  Fagan, Provincial Secretary, W. E.  Hodges, Dr. McLean and R. T.  Lowery were ordered fyled.  Moved by Alderman Sater, seconded by Alderman Dixon, that the  communication from Vancouver be  laid over.    Carried.  Moved hy Alderman Craig, seconded by Alderman Dixon, that the  annual membership fee of $10 to the  Union of Canadian Municipalities be  mitted.    Carried.  Moved by Alderman Dixon, seeded by Alderman Craig, that a  Jao'mmittee be appointed to look into  Pile amount of water used by tbe  P. R., and investigate thecom-  jplaint of Mr. Bunting, and that his  Jitter be received arid fyled. Carried.  ���iFhe Mayor appointed Aldermen  n, Sater and  McKee to   investi-  pre,   Water  and   Light  reported  ill  services  frozen   and recom-  [ mended that four lights be cut out on  \m$nt Street, north.  "kildcrman  Sater,   sec-  d>  Km  iroBi  P. BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Fresh Meats  Poultry and Game  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  Moyie has a very strong team  and played a magnificent game, but  they were not swift enough for the  Greenwood seven, who won after  one of the hardest fought games ever  seen in Rossland by a score of 4rl.  This game has been described as  rough by the Rossland Miner, but  there was no tripping, no crosschecking or chopping by cither seven, the  heavy body checking of the Greenwood stalwarts was too much for the  Moyie boys, who are good sports^  good players and good fellows all  round. There was no score during  the first part of the game, but the last  30 minutes was perhaps the wildest  and most furious of any hockey match  seen in the west. Two Moyie men  rah into Stonewall Russell with dis-  astrus results. Most of the Moyie  boys' injuries were caused by a flying  puck. The four goals were shot by  Cameron 2, Russell 1, and Bloomfield 1. The boys all played magnificently. The lineup was as follows :  Goal, Lang; point, Russell; cover  point, McDonald; rover, Bloomfield; centre, Miller; right wjng,  Cameron; left wing,  Rochon.  On Friday afternoon Greenwood  played Nelson in the finals for the  Open Challenge cup, and won. This  is spoken of as the best game of the  whole carnival week. The score at  half time was 4 to 3 in favor of  Greenwood. J. J. Rochon, Greenwood's able.left wing, was badly injured and permanently disabled from  a severe knee check. This placed  the Greenwood team at a tremendous  disadvantage, not having a spare man,  and Nelson refusing, under Manitoba  rules, to drop one of their own men  to equalize the teams. With only 6  men to Nelson's 7, the Greenwood  boys, smarting at the seeming injustice, played the last 30 minutes of  the game  like very  demons.    They  i ii  i hi iiii      ii   ij   fpji  team defeatme^ftetH!  It was not the most interesi3B[jpj  of the carnival week, but "tliere was"  considerable go in the game. Had  Greenwood been allowed a day's rest  nothing on earth would have kept this  second cup from coming over to join  the silent vigil of the International  cup for the rest of the year in Logan's jewelry store window.  Three cheers for Greenwood  Hockey team. They did well, and  next year, all being well, they will do  still better.  ST. VALENTINE'S  MASQUERADE  The masquerade ball given by  the Boundary Valley Lodge. No.  38, I. O. O. F., at the old Masonic hall, on Government street,  last Monday, was a huge success  The Odd Fellow's dances always  are. There was a large attendance and many very original and  attractive costumes.  The prize winners were: Miss  Deckert, Mother Lode mine, as a  Spanish fortune teller, a fancy  basket of chocolates.  Miss Ruby Bryant, Greenwood,  as Topsy, a set of scissors.  W. C. IJ. Wilson, Greenwood,  as a French Marquis, a gold  watch fob.  George Clerf, Greenwood, the  only and original goat, a llask���  empty.   -  The judges had a hard task to  pick out the winners from so large  a number of splendid costumes,  and deserve great credit for their  decisions. Mr. and- Mrs. McLaine, Mrs. Swayue, Miss Beldon  and H. Browning were the prize  awarders.  Everyone had a loveiy time  and an excellent supper was served by both the Pacific and Windsor hotels.  Dancing continued   till 4 a. m.  McGRADE^MADDEN  A pretty wedding was solemnized, at Our Lady of Lourdes  church, Spokane, when Miss Agnes McGrade and Mr. Wm, M.  Madden were united in the holy  bonds of matrimony by the Rev.  Father Verhagen.  The bride was attended by her  sister, Miss Rose Ella McGrade,  while Mr. John Kilkline supported the groom. After a dainty  !f*j*-��rr%1->Mha*^ie-^w  MINING AT LAURIER !i  The Laurier Mining Co., who  own several promising claims  near Laurier, Wash., two miles  south of Cascade, B. C, haVe  done considerable development  by diamond drill and are now letting a contract to drive a tunnel  to pierce the vein 250 feet below  the bottom of the shaft. The  surface exhibit is described as immense, having a width of SO feet  and metallic contents being c<)p-*  per, silver, gold and galena hiving values that range from jS20;tq  $30 to the ton. Success in this  undertaking will encourage the  Laurier company to venture from  the bottom of the mountain, where  a tunnel may attain a depth of  2,000 feet.  Water'iihd Light committee be  nested to interview the Greenwood  City Waterworks Co. as to allowing  a rebate on the street lighting. Carried.  Finance reported the following accounts correct:  F. Hausener, $9; Greenwood City  Water Works Co., S257.95; Greig  & Morrison, $3.85; The Ledge,  $63; Fire department laundry, S2.10;  A. A. Frechette, ��2.75; Kinney &  McDonald, $11.15; W. J. Wart-  man, $5.  Moved by Alderman Sutherland,  seconded by Alderman Dixon, that  the report be received and the accounts paid.    Carried.  Streets, Health, Cemetery and  Pound reported progress.  Moved by Alderman Dixon, seconded by Alderman McKee, that  By-Law No. 1, 1910, be reconsidered, adopted and finally passed.  Carried.  Moved by Alderman Dixon, seconded by Alderman Craig, that the  water rate for the Greenwood-Phoenix Tramway Co. be $10 per month.  Carried.  Moved by Alderman McKee, seconded by Alderman Sutherland, that  the Council do now adjourn. Carried.    GOODBYE DOCTOR  couple left for Seattle and other  coast cities.  DENVER TO SPOKANE  A new railroad is projected  from Denver, Colo., to Spokane.  The exact route has been kept a  secret for the present.  BOARD ENDS  ' The Conciliation Board concluded its sitting on Monday last  and some little time will elapse  before the public has access to its  decision. From the evidence, it  is plain that the Miuers' Union  are endeavoring to make all  workers at the B, C. Copper Co's.  mines and smelters members of  their Union. Especially is their  determination directed against  the members of the Electrical  Workers, Mechanics' and Carpenters' Unions, who are not also  members of the Miners' Union.  The company contends that the*  Union has no cause to strike on  this account, and the Board was  called into being to hear the evidence and bring the parties together. Their verdict will be  sent first to Ottawa, when copies  of their report will be sent to the  Union and the company simil-  taneously.  TEN YEARS AGO  (From Iloundarv Crei>l<   Times nf  frYb. lx l"'1"'  The Slocan labor troubles are  at an end.  Ola Lofsted has leased the  Commercial cafe,  Yesterday the electric fluid was  turned on and Greenwood lighted  up for the first time.  Craig Bros, have purchased the  Alberta Hotel for S45,000.  The Boundary beat RosBland  last night at  Rossland  carnival.  The annual meeting of tb e  Boundary Mining & Milling company has been adjourned to February 20th.  The final payment   of $11,250  was made this .week on   the Red  ^Rock claim^in .Grae*i1,.*K'-:i_ -caijap,  bv the new owners.  General French has succeeded  in reaching Kimberley. Tbe  Boers have retreated leaving  great quantites of cattle and 2000  sheep  The Bank of England has reduced the rate to throe  per cent.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000  DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES  Arrangements have recently been completed under which  the branches  offthls Bank are able to Issue Drafts on the principal points  In the following countries:  Austria-Hungary  Belgium  Brazil  Bulgaria  Ceylon  China  Crete  Denmark  Esyp*  Faroe Islands  Finland  Formosa  F'rance  Fr'ch Cochin-Cliina  Germany  Great Britain  Greece  Holland  Iceland  India  Ireland  Italy  Japan  Java  Manchuria  Mexii-'u  Norway  Persia  I'hillipinc* Islands  Kouiiiauia  Russia  Servia  Siam  South Afrira  Straits Settlements  Swi-dfii  Kwit/iM'lain.1  Tnrl-.-y  WVsi Indies 171  and i-Uewhere  NO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING.  FULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATION  BIG LAND DEAL  Messrs, H. C. Kerman, F. M.  Kerby and C. A. S. At wood, of  Grand Forks, have purchased the  W. J. Brown estate ot 1300 acres,  one mile south of Grand Forks.  The consideration is in the  neighborhood of $20,000.  'The 120th birthday of the  United States supreme court occured last week.  IQMBt  HOCKEY SCHEDULE  SCORE  Owd.  Plioe.  ('.. F.  Jan.   1, Phoenix and Greenwood, at Phoenix   4  3  1  3  6  3  2  5  2  4  1  Jan.   5, Greenwood and Grand Forks, at Greenw'd  Jan. 11, Grand Forks aud Phoenix, at Grand Forks  Jan. 19, Phoenix and Grand Forks, at Phoenix  Jan. 24, Greenwood and Phoenix, at Greenwood   Jan. 28, Grand Forks and Greenwood, at G. Forks..  Feb.   2, Phoenix and Greenwood, at Phoenix   Feb.   7, Greenwood and Grand Forks, at Greenw'd  Feb. 11, Grand Forks and Phoenix, at Grand Forks  Feb. 18, Phoenix and Grand Forks, at Phoenix  Feb. 25, Greenwood and Phoenix, at Greenwood....  Feb. 28, Grand Forks and Greenwood, at G. Forks  1  5  1  Dr. Arbuckle, who has been associated with Dr. McLean here  for the past six months, left on  Tuesday morning for Vancouver.  He has accepted the position of  resident physician for a large  mining company near Quesnelle,  Cariboo, and will move to his  new residence after a short visit  to the coast. There have been  few men come to Greenwood, who  have in so short a time made so  many good friends, and everyone  who met Dr. Arbuckle will be  sorry to hear of his departure,  and wish him every good luck in  his new spheie of work.  PORTUGESE REPUBLIC  Portugal is drifting surely and  rapidly into Republtcism. The  new ministry of Senor Beiras  marks the full exclusion of all  other elements in the couutry  other than Progressist  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  J. T, BEATTIE, Manager - Greenwood   Branch  0  MECHANICS' TOOLS  MACHINISTS' TOOLS  CARPENTERS' TOOLS  u J  BUILDERS' HARDWARE  GRANITEWARE  STOVES AND RANGES  The Hunter-Kendrick Co,  ^  >  LIMITED  HARDWARE MERCHANTS  'w*v��*-^<*-wA^'-v*v'W'V/-^rt-'*wrfw'w '*-\/'"v'-v*','w*''w-'W'  - - il>)J '��� THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK  TIMBS  ..Bank of Montreal..  <3~-  <F*  Cr*  Cr*  >*��  Cr*  Cf*-  Cr*  Cr*  cr*  Cr**  Cr*  -=-��  Or**'  Cr*  cr*  14=*'  ESTABLISHED 1817.   Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest .1 $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President:    Lord Strathcona and Mount Koyal, G.C. M. G.  President:    Sik George A. Dhummok-i,K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :    Sir E. S. Clousto**, Bart  Branches in London, Eng. Icuie^'SU New York, Chicago.  Buy  and sell Sterling Exchange aud Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch.    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  2  *=-3  ��=��>  >=���!>  .--'���lajJjMffij���  1836  THE BANK OF  1910  British North America  74 Years In Business.  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  Money Earning  Money  Small weekly or  monthly deposits  in a Savings  Account   soon  count up���Interest compounded at highest  current rates.  Deposits of $i.oo and upwards received  Greenwood Branch<-��vF. A. CHESTER, Manager,  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H.  HALLETT  iiAKKisriCK, Soj.icrroK,  NOTAHV PTIIIJC.  i.-jMe Addii-.h:       *'Hai.lktt."  { ilecll.ir.l  M'NeiM's  ji\e.z < Mi.ri'intf A Nf:il's  Greenwood. B. O.  I f.eil.rr's  JOHN D. SPENCE,  P.Ak'I'ISTI-:*-   ANh  SOMCITOR,  Jv'.MKle'l   lllock,  Greenwood. B. C.  C. AE. SHAW.  Iihm'nion   ani)  Provincial  l/ANI)   SL'KVKVOH,  Greenwood, B. C,  I-   i'. II..x ."7. I'u.iue 32.  WILLI AM FLEMING.  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave ot*!*fc_v>"f at Matthews' Cigar Store.  H. W. PARMER A CO..  REAL ESTATE AGENTS,  Kock Ckekk, B. C.  K0WfZ>-  BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  -'YiY^-y No. 38.I.O.O. F.  Meets every Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in the  I. O. O. F. Hall. A cordial )nvi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  FRED li. HOLMES, F. E.BROWN,  N, (i. V. G.  ALBERT LOGAN, Rec. Sec.  Cbc  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every Tridav  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pkk Year     2 00  Six Months    1 25  TO   FOKKIt-N   COUNTRIKS. 2 50  ^ KM.AY. rr.UKI'AKY 18. I9IO.  CONCILIATION  Will   ihe   I'tTorts of the   Board  f-id-rt :i i (i:ici liatiot;?    The  three  lllr-iulir!-,    nl      till.'    Ijortnl    of   Cofl-  i. ili:it!i-ii lisliMif.l patiently, last  ::���<���<�����. to Liu- j-njat 'mass of evi-  ������'l.-inj* ;i- liron��lit forward by a  In.-_i. ��il" wilm;ssi's at the Greed-  v.iiMil iv iii ri house;, Extreme free-  <l.un ol procedure was allowed by  ilu* chairman and the representa-  ���iv.-s ol the 1). C. Copper Co., add  ilu- Miners' union were given  -������.-cry possible privilege to place  any -lata before the board that  might in any way bear on the  ������uestions at issue, ft remains to  h.' seen if conciliation, whicli  means the meeting half way of  the contendiug parties, can be  arrived at bv meaus of this public airing of differences. At least  the public has had an opportunity  to hear and judge thc main issue,  and the verdict of the Board will  be eagerly looked for.  It is our sad misfortune that  the company and the Union are  not able to adjust  any differences  with<3ut reference to a board of  inquiry. Conciliation means endeavoring to gain good will. Are  the contestants in tbis duel of  wordy arguments themselves endeavoring to gain, each,the good  will of the other? If so there is  no need of a Conciliation Board.  If not, what can a Board of Conciliation expect to effect?  are conspicuously generous to  their own, and to every white person they know, at this time of  the year; and a like consideration  for their personal feelings at this  their national holiday should be  shown them to that they show  us, mere Christians, when we  celebrate our gala days and holidays.  There are, unfortunately, only  too many illmannered boys in  Greenwood, who rejoice in ridiculing and plagueing the wearers  of the cue by pestering them in  Chinatown and elsewhere, during  Chinese New Year. Should there  be any more complaints some action will be taken to prevent boys  from visiting Chinatown at all  EDITORIAL COMMENT  It took from 1 a. m. to 11 a. m.  on Sunday last for the special to  arrive here from Rossland. Must  have had an awful load to carry.  May be the cup was very  heavy.  When the coal supply is low,  one member ot the family stays  in bed longer in the morning to  keep warm, and refuses to worry  about it. That member is an  optimist.  ENVY  We are ail too prone to envy  those whose position, socially or  financially, is supposed to be better than our own. It is a common thidg to hear untraveled  men and women express their  envy of the life lived by the "so  called great." The higher the  social plane, and the greater the  individual wealth, the more is responsibility and care the burden  to be shouldered. We must all  pay for what we are and what we  become, and pity for those, whose  status of life has been thrust  upon them by hereditary, whose  cares and anxieties are proportionate to the splendor of their  position, whose responsibilities  and worries are measured by the  amonnt of their rent roll, is more  in keeping with the average man  and woman than misplaced envy.  The man who owns the hut,  however humble, that is his  home, and whose daily earnings  are sufficient for his daily needs,  however frugally he may have to  live, is a success, aad to be envied; while the great, whose lives  are lived perforce in the world's  sneering limelight, who live in  dread of assassination for themselves and their loved ones, are  claimants for our pity and respect.  Who would wish for any sweet  girl friend to have had the life of  misery and apprehension, of fear  and ever present threatening tribulation that has been the portion  of the young girl Empress of all  the Kussias, who is now another  sad victim of the unbearable  troubles of the great and wealthy,  but utterly unhappy, rulers of  tbat awful empire.  To be satisfied with a little  add have less woes is the very  surest road to contentment and  happiness, and the rest is merely  a surplus that must cost us dearly.  It is incomparably sad that the  beautiful Czarina has at last become insane and is dying as a result of the terrible strain of her  position and its horrors.  The International Hockey cup  is here, with bonnie yellow and  black ribbons on it, too. Take a  look at it at Logan's store, and  be proud of our Greenwood  Hockey team.  A New York widow who possessed many millions and might  have married some foreigner with  a title, has become the wife of an  American who isn't even a colonel on any governor's staff.  Aren't some women strange creatures?  Cyanogen, the deadliest poison  known, is a principal ingredient  of the Halley comet tail, they  say. We^re ralsoJqJcL ijt^h  odor similar to almonds, and will  probably snuff out all life oa this  planet next Mav. Let 'em all  come, it's but the almond icing  for the crust of this old world,  and that is always the finishing  touch to a cake.  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  Spokane has two taxicab companies.    The new postofiice building in  Ladysmith is now in use. *  Sir. 'Wilfrid's navy will have to  paddle its own canoe.  There will be a large  aviation  meet at Atlantic City in June.  Canada has contributed $50,000  to the-aid of Paris flood sufferers  pointed president in succession to  the late Sir George Drummond,  but whether he will retain the  general managership or not is  problematical.-  The officials of Banff Park  have captured several mountain  goats, which will be placed in a  corral in the park, as objects^of  interest to tourists.  Vancouver is having trouble  with its milk supply. Medical  examination proves that much of  the milk sold daily is unfit for  human consumption.  The King of Sweden is recovering from his recent  operation.  New Westminster will shortly  erect a $25,000 Y. M. C. A. building.    The C. N. P. Coal Co. will  shortly reopen the mines at Mor-  rissev.  <j5reeuwood won the International Hockey cup at Rossland  carjnival.  Three wagon loads of silver  vrire shipped from Trail for China  last. week.  y**elj-on*s Chess club has challenged Spokane to a six-a-side  telegraphic match.  Ninty-two vessels are tied up  inlSydney Harbor, N. S. W. as a  reiult of a coal strike.  The Atlantic seabord has suffered severely this week from  gales and intense cold.  Ontario is visited by rabies,  over 200 mad dogs are roaming  about York and Simcoe counties.  Victoria led in bank clearings  u^hout   the   Dominion   last  an increase of 97.5 per  A few minutes delay in treating  come cases of croup, even the length  of time it takes to get a doctor oftens  proves dangerous. ��� The safest way  is to keep Chamberiain's Cough Remedy in the house, and at the first in  dication of croup give the child a dose.  Pleasant to take and always cures.  Sold by all druggists and dealers.  A FULL HOUSE  The first regular performance  of Edmond Rostand's "Chantel-  cler," in Paris, last week, was  enthusiastically applauded. The  few orchestra chairs in the hands  of the speculators were suatched  up by eager buyers at from $40 to  $50 each. The house had been  practically been sold out for a  month.  TO OUR BOYS  Since the 8th of February  Greenwood Chinatown has been  celebrating .Chinese New Year,  in their own national way, disturbing   none.     The   Chinamen  Do you know that croup can be prevented? Give Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy as soou as the child becomes  hoarse or even after the croupy cough  appears and it will prevent the attack.  It ia also a certain cure for croup and  has never been known to fail Sold  by all druggists and dealers.  ADMIRAL PEARY  The U. S. senate has passed  the bill introduced by Senator  Hale authorizing the president to  make Commander Robert E.  Peary a rear-admiral, and place  him on the retired list in recog.  nition of his discovery of the  north pole.  -'Turkey is  talking of pouring  its troops into Greece, while  Greece is preparing to walk into  Turkey.    Goldwin Smith, Canada's premier publicist and writer is  slowly recovering from his recent  serious injury.  Evan Kyffin Thomas, proprietor and editor of the Observer,  Adelaide, South Australia, has  been knighted.  Southampton will be the English port of the new Canadian  Northern Steamship service between Canada and England.  An explosion occurred on the  U. S, Battleship Virginia, while  the vessel was firing a salute off  Guantanamo, Cuba, last week.  Eighty persons were killed last  week by the enormous stones that  were belched from the crater of  the Volcano Poas, iu Costa Rica.  Former president Castro, of  Venezula, has left Malaga, Spain  and is proceeding to Central  America to stir up more  trouble.  The revenue from timber licenses during tbe month of January received by the provincial  treasury amounted to $170,337.65.  A big battle was fought on  Friday last at Santa Clara, Nicaragua, between provisionals and  insurgents, in which the insurgent general, Blandon was killed.  The general staff of the U. S.  army at Washington, D. C, declares that the United States is  totally unprepared for war, her  elaborate coast defense offering  little security against land attacks.  For Pale  Delicate People  %riwM(M  Builds up Strength ; brings back the  ruddy glow of health by creating a  natural appetite for nourishing food.  Get only the D. & I,., the original,  50c. and $1.00, at all druggists.  Davis & Lawrence Co., Montreal.  maaaaaaaawmam^^ammmmmamaaam  F" ibe^iitiYi-ije  Honored by Women  When a woman speaks of her  silent secret suffering 'she  trusts you. Millions have bestowed this mark of *confiY  dence on- Dr. R. V. Pierce,  of Buffalo, N. Y. Everywhere there are women who  bear witness to the wonderworking, curing-power of Dr.  Pierce's Favorite.Prescription  ���which saves the suffering sele  from pain, and successfully |  grapples with woman's weaknesses and stubborn ills.  IT MAKES WEAK WOriEN STRONG  IT   HAKES SICK WOMEN  W ELL.  -   No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her confidence   misplaced   when   she wrote   for   advice,  to  the World's  Dispbnsaky Medical Association, Dr.  ��� '���].. R. Y. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y.  Pftnsant Pellets Induce mild aataral bowel movement once a day.  Electric current   supplied   for  9C ��4* *i> **4- "-J-* -4* 4�� ��4�� 4�� 4�� -t-4�� 4* �� 4* 4�� -fr -fr --i-4--���&*$������& 4---"J-1 ������J-'  *  *  ���fr  ���*.  *-$-*f*>f--^'fr**&*>$'*$'*^4*4*4-j  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-c6mpres-  sing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates, feCan Save You Money  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Gem" and "Emerald " Mineral Claims, situate ill the Greenwood Miiitiif,* Division of  Yale District. Where located: Loup Lake  Cam]).  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. JR. Shaw, ag-ent  for Spencer Hennerman, Free Miner's  Certilicate No. B14423. and Kred Moser, Free  Miner's certificate No. B140S2, intend, sixty  days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant  of the above claims.  And further take notice that action undersec  tion 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of snch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 16th dar of December, A. D. 19OT.  32 C. ^E. SHAW. 1$. C. L. S.  NOTICE OF SALE  Pursuant  to an order of the Supreme Court  of   British  Columbia,   made   iu   an   action  wherein  Elise  Wemierud   is   plaintiff,   and  Sivert Datal is defendant, which was entered  at the Registry Office at Greenwood, British  Columbia, the*3rd day of February, 1910.  SEALED TENDERS Will be re"ceired up to  two o'cloclc in the afternoon of the 25th day of  February. 1910, by the Registrar of this Court,  at Greenwood, B. C, for the purchase of the  lands and premWes, (roods, chattels and effects  of the partnership heretofore existing-between  the plaintiff and defendant, which are hereunder mentioned, the highest or any tender  not necessarily accepted.  Any property not sold by tender will be  offered for sale by Public Auction at the Court  House at Greenwood. B. C, on Monday, the 28th  day of February, 1910, by me, the undersigned.  The following is a description of the property to be offered for sale, viz.:  HOTEL PROPERTY.  Lots 6 and 7, block 15, of the Murray Subdivision of the Town of Midway, British Columbia, together with tbe Central Hotel and outbuildings thereon.  ALSO  The furniture, goods, chattels and effects  now  being therein, heretofore used iu   connection  with the partnership premises.  FARM PROPERTY.  Lot 312 St Group 1, in Osoyoos Division of  Yale district. Province of British Columbia,  containing 160 acres, situate on Nicholson  creek, about four miles from Rock Creek,  about 70acres of which are undar' cultivation  aud fenced, together with three (3) log building* and the hay and cattle sheds thereon.  ALSO  Three licrses and 1 colt.  Thirty head of mixed cattle,  Wagons and sleighs.  Farming implements of all kinds uow being  thereon.  Further particulars at sale, or upon application to C.J. Leggatt, solicitor (or tin' plaintiff,  Midway, B. C.  Terms of pale, oawli.  Dated at Creeuivood. B. C, lhe 3rd clay of  February, l��lo.  JAMES S. BIRNIE,  Auctioneer.  OVER SB YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining- Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.    .  rhe Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  tail McKenzie  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in  all   kinds   of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber,  Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles,  Bricks,  Cement, Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED  GREENWOOD,   -B.C.  DO��<X>000<X>0<H>00000000<>0<><>0  r  Trade Marks  Ocsiqnb  COPVRiaHTS Ac.  Palatable as Cream.���"The D. & L."  Emulsion, for those suffering trom severe coughs and hemmorrhages, is  used with the greatest benefit.  LORD KITCHENER  It is reported that Lord Minto,  who will retire as Viceroy of  India before the end of the year,  will be succeeded by Field Marshall Lord Kitchener.  It is estimated that the British  elections in 1906 cost over five  million dollars. The last elec-  is supposed to have cost as much  more.    The Empress of Russia is dying. Continual fear of assassination for herself and her children  has made her a physical and  mental wreck.  It is generally believed that Sir  Edward Clouston, recently created a baronet, the piesent vice-  president and general manager of  the Bank of Montreal, will be ap-  lurentlon ll probably prtenUble. Communion-  tloniitrictlyeonfldenttel. HANDBOOK on Patents  lent free. Oldest ascency fonecurlng patents.  Patent* taken through Munn & Co. recelre  tprciaJnotk;*, without ohargs, In tha  Scientific American  A hanrHomelT lilnntrated irMkly. Laigett circulation of any scientific journal. Terms for  Canada, t*-ti a ;�����*���, postage prepaid- Sold bj  all nensdsalera,  MUNM&Co.88"*^ New York  Branch Otnca, 628 F Bt, Warttogton. D. O.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Paymaster Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate iu the Greenwood Mining Division oi  Yale District. Where located: In (Iraliam  Camp, south of and adjoining Granada  mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Georire R. Naden,  Free Miners' Certificate No. B272*>7, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of Ira-  proTemetits, for the purpose ol obtaining a  Crown Grant- of the abore claim.  And further lake  nolice that action,  under  Siction 37,   mut.t   be   commenced   before   the  issuance of snch Certificate   of Improvements.  Dated this llth dar of October, A. D. 1909.  28 GEORGE R. :NTADEN.  "^  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  Leaves. Greenwood at 7 a.m. to  connect with Spokane train; and  at 2 p.m    with Keremeos train.  J. McDonell.  h.  J&  ��r n* nr jr K* if *��� ss* j*" ** K" J��* a-* K- ** ** K*  Leaves Mother Lode  9,30 a.  ra.  6:30 p/ytn.  - ,��**��� ;������  *   ���'  Leaves Greenwood    ..-.   .  2:00 p.   m.  8:30 p.  m.  Saturday last stage leaves  Mother Lode6p.m. Returning,  leaves Greenwood 10 p. m.  Greenwood Office  NORDEN   HOTEL  Snynopsis of Canadian North-West]  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY available Comiiiioii Lands within thj  Railway Belt in British Columbia, may  homesteaded byany person who is the sole "tea  of a family, or any male orer 18 3'cars of agt]  to the extent of one-quarter section of 100 acrej  more or. less.  Entry-must be made personally at the locj  land office for the disrict in which the land  situate.   Entry   by   proxy  may, however,  made on  certain  conditions  by    the   fathe]  mother, son, daughter,  brother or sister, of:  intending- homesteader. *  The homesteader is required to preform thj  Conditions connected there with under one  the following-plans;  1) At least six months' residence upon anl  cultivation of the land in eacb year for turq  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is dj  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a fartj  in the vicinity of the land  entered  for,   the  quirements as to residence may be satisfied  such person residing1 with the father or mothel  (3) If the settler has his permanent residenq  pon farming land owned by him in the vie in  Ity of his homestead,'the requirements as to rd  idence may be satisfied by residence upon till  said land. ' *  Six   months' notice in writing-should begivi;  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at <  tawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal niining rights maj- be leased lot  perlodof twenty-one years at an annual reat  of $1. per acre.   Not more than 2,560 acres Bha]  be leased to one Individual or company.   A rof  alltyatthe rate of five cents per ton shall  collected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interld  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of this a|  vertisement will not be paid for.  ���Of JU J* ^ & J* & J* <* J* J* J* 0* ��* J* 0* J*  Copper  New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol. VIII., issued May, 1909, contain  1,500 pages, with nearly SO per cerJ  more matter than the preceding- editio  The chapters with mine descriptioj  and on statistics have been careful}  revised and the bulk of the mattl  therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapters.  Covering- Copper History, Geolog  Geography, Chemistry, Min era  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smeltinj  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impuritie  Alloys, Uses, Substitute3,Terniinolog  Deposits by Districts, States,Cottntr  and Continents, Mines in Detail, S*r]  tisticsof Production, Consumption, 1 '  ports, Exports, Finances, Divi-leni*  etc.  The Copper Handbook is conceded]  the  World's Standard Referen!  Book on Copper.  The Copper Handbook contains, <  this new and greatly enlarged edititj  about 50 per cent, more matter tti|  the Bible���though not necessariy  better book because of its great but  It is filled with FACTS of vital it]  portance to.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  J; THE MINEI  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt td  or $7.50in genuine full library moroca  TERMS  are most liberal.   Send  money, but order the book sent to y<j  all carriage  charges   prepaid, on  week's approval, to be returned if  satisfactory, or paid for if it suits.  you afford not to see the book and juc  for yourself of its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and pu  lisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  36, SHELDON BUILDING, HOUG^  TON, MICH., U.S.A. THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  Imines and MINING 1  ��������������������***fil����ttMt������������  ���   ��� _._-_���  ��  I  ___���  *i��a����'��������������*0��-ii��wr����**��>��*��***i  The Midway coal  mine  tunnel is  now in over 140 feet.  Work on the Swede group, at Pop^  lar, is shortly to be worked by a  wealthy syndicate.  Options have recently been taken  on a large number of Nicola cdal  properties, including those of John  and James Smith, Henry Lindley and  Barclay Bonthrone.  Charles Dempster, manager* of the  Fife Mines, Ltd., has returned from  New York, having completed financial arrangements for the ensuing  year. The work at the Fife mines  will be vigorously prosecuted.  A rich strike of ore has been made  between the old Kellogg shaft and the  wagon road, and is at the end of a  ���380-foot tunnel on the North Star  mine at Kimberly. The North Star  has been the highest grade silver mine  in the province and this new find will  further enhance its value.  Another mine disaster was narrowly  averted when 150 miners in King's  colliery, Zanesville, Ohio.,.warned  through electric signals of fire which  poured down the main shaft, made  their way to a specially constructed  manhole and escaped. Arriving  above ground, they joined the small  force fighting the flames in the tipple  and power house, and the mine itself  was saved. The surface buildings  were entirely destroyed, the loss being  $40,000.  If troubled with indigestion, con-  stiptation, no appetite or feeling bilious, give Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets a trial and you will be  pleased with the result. These tab  lets invigorate the stomach and liver  and strengthen the digestion. Sold  by all druggists and dealers.  A sleeper is one who sleeps. A  sleeper is that in which the sleeper sleeps. A sleeper is that on  which the sleeper runs while the  sleeper sleeps.  TAKES WITNESSES  Capt. Robert F. Scott, commander  of thei British Antarctic expedition of  1900-04 and of a new expedition  soon to set out, in a lecture at York  last week, defended Commander  Peary's action in sending Capt. Bart-  lett back. He said that some injustice had been done Peary in this  respect, and, while it would have  been better if he had organized the  party so that he would have had  another white man to accompany  him to the, pole, under the circumstances he had no choice because he  was bound to send Bartlett back as  leader of the Eskimos.  Captain Scott expressed the hope  that his expedition would arrive at the  south, pole before the Americans  reached thsft objective and announced  his intention of having the four fittest  men to make the last journey so that  the world would have no occasion to  doubt the word of the leader.  CONCERNING CATS  While it is almost impossible to prevent an-accident, it is never impossible  to be prepared���it is not beyond any  one's purse. Invest 25 cents in a bottle  of Chamberlain's Liniment and you  are prepared for sprains, bruises and  like injuries. Sold by all druggists  and dealers.  N��W ANAESTHETIC  Prpf..Thibault of Kansas Medical College has announced the  discovery of an anaesthetic far  more powerful than stovaine. It  promises to supercede cocaine entirelv.  A MAN EATER  The Madras government has  offered ^70 reward for the destruction of a tiger which has  created panic in the Ganjam villages, having, it is alleged, in  the past three years, killed upwards of a hundred and fifty  people, carrying some of them  off among bands of 20 or 30 men.  The fault of the inconstant  only heightens our gratitude to  the faithful.  BUY STOCK  IN THE  AND  TUNNEL  OOMPANY,  LIMITED,  25 Cents a Share  Capital Stock $125,000, Divided into  500,000 Shares at 25c Each.  A  NON-PERSONAL  LIABILITY  Now running a tunnel (in 200 feet)  under valuable claims adjoining  Greenwood Townsite  on  Skylark Mountain,  OLA LOFSTAD,  President.  A. S. BLACK,  Secretary.  One of the most fatuous beliefs  that ever afflicted mortal man is that  he owns a cat. No man has ever  enjoyed or ever will enjoy that distinction. He may be giving temporary shelter to an indifferent, saucy  and sometimes irascible quadruped to  ���which he vainly tries to offer friendship with a lisping " Kitty, Kitty;"  but if he thinks on that account he  owns a cat, he is much, ah, muchly  mistaken  A man may own a dog. Or he  may own a horse. Particularly a dog.  He may get this faithful animal out  in the fields, throw a stick and his  arm out of joint simultaneously, and  experience the doubtful ��� pleasure of  seeing the noble creature bring back  the stick covered with nice, enthusiastic saliva. The doctor will bring  back the joint. But did you ever ask  a cat to perform that feat of skill and  friendship? No,-sir; she would open  one eye wide, and ask you if you detected an emerald tint therein. That's  her.    That's the cat.  Now, the horse. Of course you  can own a horse. You can harness  him up in the morning, and drive  him all day long, and then be almost  as far from home as yoii could have  been if you had walked. You can  put the silliest simpering girl at the  reins, who will try to pull the beast  astern when she really wants to go  ahead, and all the horse thinks will  be expressed in a quick glance of  pained surprise. You can say "cluck-  cluck," or "gee-dap," when the  horse is doing what a sensible soul  knows is the right thing, and his only  reply will be an attempt to gratify  your whim. But if you think the cat  was born with the strive-to-please soul  of a floor-walker, just ask her for half  of what she happens to be eating.  Pussy, as she is called by the careless, who know not what they do,  and rush in where experienced cat-  owners fear to tread���Pussy likes to  lie by the fire. For that reason you  pick her up tenderly from her seaton  the doorstep, and put her down, together with part of your necktie, in  front of the warm radiator. Does  she thank you? Not at all; she  hustles back to the doorstep, there to  commune in the light of the moon  with kindred spirits from down the  street. Then, at the hour when she  is due to be placed out on the doorstep, she comes in ��� and lies down in  front of the radiator.  However, when the cat wishes to  be amiable, I doubt if there is any  artifice or dissimulation lacking in her  repertory. When you have snuggled  down in your favorite chair, with your  book properly adjusted on your knees,  and have reached the key-word of  the paragraph, the cat will hop gaily  up, put two soiled feet on the book,  and two against your collar, and  breathe a medley of calf's liver and  fish into your face. To share even  the odor of food is the most bound-  Jess generosity on the part of a cat.  Of course you stroke the dear, soft  pet, and pull her cars (for which  offense she would have you drawn  and quartered, if she could). Then  you rub her fur the wrong way to  hear it crackle. Pussy dearly loves  that; but she refrains from destroying  your eyesight, because she wants you  to be able to see the proper food for  her in the ice box. Then you lift her  up in your arms and rub your face  against her silky pelt, and she jumps  down. There is a limit beyond  which the cat will prefer to starve.  And as she sits there on her  haunches, looking up with eyes that  may mean much or little, perhaps you  imagine that she is admiring your  physique, or your Vandyke, or is rapt  with amazement because you are a  member of the school committee or a  corporal in the nearest regiment.  Very well, if you like to think so.  But listen: After several years of  experience we conclude that Pussy is  cursing like a pirate bold, only stopping to say to herself, "I wonder  when the  old  dub is coming across  with a hunk of mutton?"  That's the cat.  ���Freeman Tilden, in Puck.  ADVERTISING PAYS  AT THE CHURCHES  Methodist ��� Rev. I. B. Hibbert  will conduct services in the Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morn in jr, n  a. m.; Sunday School, 3 p. tn. Evening.  7:30,  | Presbyterian���St. Columba. Services will be conducted moVi-in"-- and  evening, IJ a. m. antl 7.30 p. nt. Sunday   School 230   p.   m.    Rev.   J.  A.  j Petrie, minister.  CaTHOMC���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*.  2:30 p.m. Rkv. J. A. Bedard, O. M. i.  pastor.  Church of England (St. Jmu-'s)���  Every Sunday, Morning and evciiing*.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. m  Sunday school, 2 30 p.m. Holy Communion, 1st and 3rd Sundays atS a.m;  other Sundays   at  11 a. m.  Saints' Day services as aunMinced  in  Church.  Rev. F Vernon Venables, Vicar.  SIR R. S. BADEN--POWELL  The father of the Boy Scouts  will visit Canada this year. Sir  R. S. Baden-Powell has resigned  his commission, as Lieutenant  General, to devote all his time to  the perfecting- of the Boy Scouts  organization, initiated, by-, him  two years ago, Y'J  The "father of the Boy Scouts"  is very anxious his scheme should  be taken seriously and do^s not  wish his young soldiers tbvljigure  in popular fancy as youths^ who  carry long sticks, wear distinctive costumes and look picturesque. They are to be far more  than that, he declares; they are  to learn the rudiments of drill,  signalling and troop discipline  as well as how to cook their own  food, to read the time by the sun,  to fight their way through impenetrable scrub and to take whatever gruelling may ��>me.i?J|p>yV,  '-Catch the boy and yol^Pale  a man," says the General, -?->  Major- Gen, French will visit  the camp of the Ontario militia  at Niagara Falls this summer.  H, M. S, NIOBE  Jt is understood lhat the negotiations for the big cruiser  Niobe, of the British navy, are  about complete and that definite  announcement will probably be  made in the house as to hetepur-  chase in a few days for a training  ship.  The Niobe is a very effective  ship and is larger than the majority of the battleships which  make up the United States tavy.  She is said to be bigger that the  famous battleship Oregon, Which  was the flagship during the celebrated cruise of the United  States navy around the world.  ALIVE AGAIN  Oregon,   Washington  and   Idaho  will begin early  next month  to reap  the real benefits of the Alaska-Yukon-  Pacific exposition.    A.   M. Cloland,  of the Northern   Pacific, has notified  Seattle officials  that  the colonist rates  of 1909 will hold good this  year beginning March   1  and  ending April  15.    This will mean a $25 rate from  St.    Paul   and   $23   from  Chicago.  Great Northern, Northern Pacific and  other  transcontinental  officials admit  that inquiries from the east  and middle west are very heavy and  they expect to see one of the greatest rushes '  of emigrants  in  the   history  of   the  Northwest.    These officials state that  the  exposition  held  last  summer is  largely  responsible   for   the  coming  rush of settlers:    The states of Oregon, Washington and Idaho never received so much advertising in so short  a time; in addition, thousands of people took advantage of exposition rates  to visit the Northwest and  investigate  for  themselves   the   stories  that   out  here is the land of milk and   honey.  They   returned   home  satisfied   that  from the farming standpoint,   as well  as from one   of climate,   the  Northwest could not be beaten anywhere in  America.      They    have ��� told   their  friends,   and  their  friends  have  repeated the  story,   so every corner of  the   Northwest  may  look  for an in  creased population this year.  J W  /   /  The Best Cough Medicine we know  of is Allen's Lung Balsam.  OUR  TONGUE  In Chaucer's " time," this little  word was pronounced " teem."  In Shakespeare's day it was pronounced "tame." The last  change from our modern '* time"  is the Cockney's " toime."  Constable Astoa climbed the  hill on Wednesday. Geoffrey  is an admirer of the human form  divine, and he saw plenty of it in  the wash-house.���Hosmer Times.  There waa a young lady named Banker,  Who slept while the ship lay at  anchor;  She awoke in dismay  When she heard the mate say,  "Now hoist up the top sheet and  spanker."  Word has been received from  Sidney Norman, editor of tbe  Los Angeles Mining Review, that  Charles E. Race, formerly editor  of the Rossland Miner, is very  much alive in San Diego. This  happily disposes of the story published in the Vancouver papers  and copied by tbis paper, that  Mr. Race was blown to pieces  while operating a mine iu Du-  rango, Mexico.  AN AMERICAN HAGUE  The American society for the  judicial settlement of international disputes now under way is  planned to supplement as tar as  possible the work of the peace  conference held periodically at  The Hague.  A good house wife never opens  the condensed milk cau with her  husband's razor, nor will a loving husband curry the horse with  the nutmeg grater.  Mrs. Jm. Klsworth, 902 Selkirk Ave.,  Wimiipo*,*, says:���"Four years Hgo  ulcers broke out on my left mi Ida  and spread until from the top of my  foot to my luce wag ono extended h'>i- -.  Ono ulcer would be almost hoal.-il wli n  a ���eoontl -would apueitr in u new plueo  and in a remarkably short time a. deep  hole -would bo eaten into thu llesk. The  flesh on iny leg turned blue and looked  shucking indeed. I started using o nt-  rueut after ointment, but received little  or no benefit. The ulcers would heal  for a time and then break out afresh.  I waa laid up in bed for ft long time,  absolutely unable to walk. My limb  yvab so painful that I had no rest night  after night.  " I consulted fivo different doctors !  Some adv- sed my going into hospital;  others said there was no cure for me.  After using their ointments and preparations until I was positive they could  not cure, I almost gave up in despair.  " It was then Zam-Buk waa tried and  how 1 bless the hour I got it! Within  a day it had given me some ease, and  from that time I went on improving!  The sores were so bad that it took some  time to heal them, but Zam-Buk healed  them all. The last waa healed over a  year ago and I have never had a moment's trouhle since, from any form of  ulceration."  Zam-Buk is just as good for eczema,  piles, festering sores, scalp sores, children's rashes, outs, burns, scalds, and all  skin injuries and diseases. Druggists  and stores everywhere 50c bor, or post  tree, Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.  Y<yXrKV>i,f OS  fOlEDMORUE  SeJBATHXEO  Instant Relief  Permanent Cure  For That Cough  ���that is what Mathieu's Syrup of Tar  and Cod Liver Oil has done for  thousands of sufferers every year. It  relieves the cough more quickly and cures  it more thoroughly and permanently than  ,any other remedy because it is made  from the most potent remedial agents  known to the medical profession.  Mathieu's Syrup is the only cough  cure that acts as a tonic to the system  ���that builds up your vital energy as well  as healing and strengthening the throat  and lungs. Keep a bottle in the house  ready for an emergency. Give it to your  children.   They like it and it is harmless.  MATHIEU'S SYRUP  Of Tar and Cod Liver Oil  If feverish take Mathieu's Nervine Powders', the  great headache remedy,in conjunction with the Syrup, to  dispel the fever and also the accompanying headache and  bone-ache.  J. L. MATHIEU CO., Props., SHERBROOME, P.Q.  Distributors (or Western Canada, Foley Bros. Larson & Co., Vancouver, Edmonton .Winnipeg  1-08  MATHIEU'S SVBUP  ���tliriM Liver 00  large Bottle ��c  MATHIEU'S HERViaE fOWDERS  ���ox of 18 Ponferi 25c,  From all dealers  LADIES  I Do you want (��lb iEttglisIf initial note i  *, paper  and  envelopes  to   write   your  |. letters on?   Jf you do  i  I  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate  if  ii-  i<*  -  THE  Boundary  Creek  times  -IS THE-  PIONEER WEEKLY  -OF TH1C  fl  tt  Send for the paper,  Subscribe for it,  Advertise in it  And let us do vj*e*vrntuaaittt,*:v* tux .....���.-��n-��..r-^T-  THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  ro ira TOTICS  St,   Jude's  Guild,  Mrs. McArthur's.  Tuesday, at  I  A. L. WHITE.     The Stove and Furniture Man  Phone 16 Greenwood, B. C.  ^mmmmtwttmmmiwmwmmmmmmmmmwmm^  (r*  We have just received a  shipment of Clocks of the very  newest designs in Marbelized  Wood, Enameled Wood and Mis*  sion Finish. Also something  very nifty in Mantle Clocks.  I Jl. Logan $ Co. I  | matchmakers and lewclers |  r/UhiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiifuuiiiUiwiiuiiiaiiiiiiiwiaiiiiiiiK  1 BUY YOUR MILK  I FROM  THE ���   1  1  $  it-  3<  GREENWOOD DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily  BOTTLED   MILK   A SPECIALTY  Fred  Jenks,   Prop'r.  ^^mxmw#mwm��m<Mm^'m  JljtjXJIJitJtJtJtJtJfJtJtJtJtjIljtj* JitJ��JtjtJtJtJtJtjfj/tJtJtJtJ��JtjtJt^  i FIRST RATE CAFE 5  ����   AT THE      ���*�����,  WINDSOR HOTEL?  greenwood, b. o. 5  Oren Day and Night    5  ERNIE CARTIER, Manager 5  Ajrtjljtjtjljljtjtjljtjljljljtjljtjl   jtjtjUjtJtjtjtJtjtjtjtJtjtjtJtjtjl  A  A  'A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  ���A  A  'A  A  Greenwood Phoenix Stage Line  Leaves Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  GRtENWOOD  OFFICE:    L.   L.   MATTHEWS'  CIGAR  STORE  I'roin-pt attention to Express and Freight.  GILLIS & LAING, Prs.  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE  In Wellington Camp.    The property  known as The   Golden   Crown,   with  plant and equipement now found there  on.  Kor terms and particulars apply to  G. R. Coi.dwei,!,,  Brandon. Manitoba.  Advertise in THE TIMES  WANTED  Good, live  business of any description.    Must be a paying proposition.  Vancouver Locators,  Loo Block, Vancouver, B. C.  Hockey match, Greenwood vs.  Mother Lode, tonight.  Jim McCreath left on Monday  morning for Spokane on business.  F. H. Knight, of Grand Forks,  visited Greenwood on Wednesday.  Robert Wood came in from the  Sally mine the early part of this  week.  Alex Robinson, of Grand  Forks, was a visitor to town this  week.  '-Alice in Wonderland" will be  given by local amateurs after  E&ster,  Born���To Mr. and Mrs. J. Sap-  pies at Greenwood,  on   February  19, a daughter.  J. D. Spence paid a Hying visit  to Nelson this week to attend a  sitting of the court,  The Conciliation commissioners  lei t for their respective homes on  Tuesday morning last.  . C. J. Wilson, manager of P.  Burns & Co., Vernon, paid a  short visit to town last week.  J. R.Miller, of Nelson, acting  manager for P. Burns & Co., was  a visitor to Greenwood this week.  A. h. White the well kuown  Greenwood furniture man, shipped a carload of furniture and  household goods to Princeton, on  Monday last.  John McKinnon, of Rossland,  was an important witness at the  Conciliation board inquiry, last  week, and returned to his home  on Saturday last.  Dr. McLean was called to  Trail yesterday to attend Jos.  LeBarthe, smelter superintendent  who is seriously ill. The doctor  lett on a special at noon.  I. P. Robinson, representative  of L. Holman Cigar Co., Kelowna, was in Greenwood last  Wednesday. Kelowna ... grows a  splendid tobacco and Kelownal  cigars are of the very, best, y:.YY-yY.>  Lost���A liberal reward will be  given by the editor of this paper  to anyone finding a small ruby,  lost out of a rinar, at the Auditorium February 4th last. The  stone is about the size of a small  pea.  The Mayor of Beaverdell came  in from the West Fork on Sunday, bringing Wave Keith to the  Sisters Hospital suffering from  the result ot a splinter in his  hand. He was operated on tbe  following day and is doing  well.  The challenge, published lsst  week, by the Smelter old-timers  t o play any aggregation o f  Greenwood Hockey players has  not being taken up. The Greenwood whirlwinds claim that Bob  Lee has only resided here 6  months.  There is a chinamen Hong Joa,  in the Provincial jail, awaiting  trial for an offense committed  during Chinese New Year, at or  near Wellington camp. It is  stated that the authorities are  waiting for his accuser Michael  Mullen to recover from the scrap.  The Grand Forks Ladle's  Hockey team defeated tbe regular  league team last week by 2 goals  to 1, The men were' compelled  to wear petticoats and have one  hand tied behind their backs.  Greenwood girls should play and  beat our "cup winners" under  similiar rules.  The Greenwood Hockey club  and the many citizens of Greenwood, who visited Rossland Carnival, wish to extend their heartiest thanks to tbe Carnival committee and the Rossland people  for the most excellent entertainment they received and the many  kindnesses shown to them while  in Rossland,  dergo treatment from a specialist.  J. N. Cran, of Victoria, and formerly of Trail, arrived at Trail  oi Thursday evening, and has  taken charge  ot the Trail office.  The Auction sale of Lots 6 and  7, Block 15, of the Murray sub.  division, Midway, together with  the Central Hotel, and furniture  and effects; farm property on  Nicholson creek and cattle and  farm implements thereon, advertised for a sale by public auction,  February 28, at Greenwood court  house, will take place at 4 o'clock  in the afternoon.  THE C. P. R.  EXCURSION NOTES  ac-  by  Braith says "I'm so tired."  Drat that cowbell! I'm  not  customed to the noise.  Uncle Stow saved his rep  dodging the Greenwood boys.  Bill says, '-the paper won't hold  all I know of that trip." He's  right. ������  Several Motherlodians are  threatening  to sue Rossland  for  loss off voice.  Dice on the ice is the very latest. Its a jewel of a game if not  drug p xt too long.  MAFDEBERG DAY  Victoria will celebrate the anniversary of the battle of Paar-  deberg, on February 25", where so  many British Columbians were  killed- in the gallant charge on  Cronje s laager. Tbe naval forces  fronHJEsquitnalt, permanent forces  from Work Point barracks, the  Sth tfgtiment, C. G. A. corps, Boy  ScoiiM and British Campaigners'  association will attend.  The construction program for  the west, this coming season as  outlined by the Canadian Pacific  Railway, is pretty extensive, and  includes some 621 miles, divided  between Saskatchewan, Alberta,  Manitoba and B. C, In British  Columbia in the Columbia and  Kootenay valleys a line will start  from near Elcho on the Crow's  Nest Pass line up to Fort Steele,'  to meet the line already started  southward from Golden, making  a connection between the two  main lines, a total distance of  174 miles.  DEAD BANDIT  YELLOWHEAD PASS  General Manager E. J. Chamberlain, of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, states that steel  will be Jaid to the Yellowhead  Pass by the end of 1910. The  entire, line from the McLeod to  the Tete Juan "Cache is now under contract with Foley, Welch  ���fe Y:Y$teit!0fyy and- ��� epiwtruction  pyeifethe entire  _^ ^.. I^,.-_, Mring the  coini^tfy^r.  -'���' ASP  Lr MANAGUA FALL?  The belief that General Cha-  morro, the iusurgent commander,  is merely awaiting an opportune  moment to move upon Managua,  the Nicaraguan capital, is growing hourly. Chamorro now has  3.000 well trained and equipped  men under his command, and the  fall of the capital is deemed inevitable.  THANKS OTTAWA  Sir Francis Bertie, British ambassador to Paris, has wired the  Ottawa government, acknowledging the receipt of $50,000 voted  by the Dominion for the relief of  sufferers from the recent French  floods. '  NO RENEWALS  For Sewing Machine Needles and  Oii see A. L. White, the Stove and  Furniture man.  R C Trimen, of the Bank of  B. N. A,, of Trail, left on Saturday last for Victoria. Mr.  Trimen is suffering from a hemorrhage of the eve and  will  un-  Premier McBride has announced that the provincial government  would, oppose any renewals of  private railway charters after  this session, unless there was a  verv good reason therefor.  Anattack of grip is ofteu followed  by a persistent cough, which to many  many proves a great annoyance.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has  been extensively used and with good  success for the relief and cure of this  cough. Many cases have been cured  aftor all other remedies had failed,  Sold by all druggists and dealer*.  FOR RENT  Raisuli, the notorious Moroccan bandit, died the victim of  a poison plot, last Saturday. He  held several Americans for ransom, and his last exploit was to  kidnap Sir Harry McLean, a  British subject. Raisuli became  Governor of Tangier before he  died.    ���  -         Mrs. Asquith. wife of the British premier, officiated at the  launching of the first Australian  torpedo boat destroyer last Wednesday, at London. Eng.  ^ALLEN'S  JLUNG  BALSAM  For deep-seated  COUGHS.  COLDS.  CROUP.  A 25c. Bollle lor s Simple Cold.  A 50c. Bottle lor a Heavy Cold.  A $1.00 Bollle lor a Deep-sealed Cough.  SoWlbj-all ['riieeists.  t-K l.AVJS ��? I.AWR.1SNCB Co.. Montreal. M '  FOR SALE���Furniture. Apply at  residence of F. D. Homegreen, Gold st.  For Sals or Rent���Pianos, Sewing  Machines. The O. I. C. New and 2nd  Hand store.   A.  L.  White, Phone 16.  Books, and more Books. See the  display in the window this week. Price  not considered. Do you want some  cheap reading? Th'eO. I. C. 2nd-Hand  Dump, phone IS, A- L. White.  TRUNKS 1^3-*������?  THE  VERY  LATEST  We have just received a new  shipment of  Trunks, Suit Cases,  Club Bags,  Telescopes,  Trunk and  Suit Case Straps,  Name Tags,  Keys Galore.  The New and 2nd-Hand Store  PHONE 16  A. L. WHITE  PROPRIETOR.  MORTGAGE SALE OF  VALUABLE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY  Three room furnished house, water  and electric lights in the house, south  of Capt. Swayne's, Silver street, we  pay water rent, $15 per month.  Five room furnished house, water  and electric light in house, south of  Capt. Swayne's, Silver street, $21.50  per month.   We pay water rent.  Three room furnished house, by  Chas. Kinney's residenca, electric  lights and water, $15 per month. We  pay water rent.  Residence property for sale on easy  payments. A. L. Whitk.  Under and l>y virtue of tbe Power of Sale  contained in a certain mort-raffe, which \vlll be  produced al tbe time ot sale, there will be  offered for Bale by public auction, ou Monday,  the 21st day of February, 1910, at eleven o'clock  in the forenoon, by James Rirnip. ni llu> court  house, (Ireenwofiit, U. C the following property :  Lutb 4, 5,6 and T, in It luck 24 (Map *���)), Town  of Anaconda, upon ivliicu is erected a oue story  dwellimr house, and outbuildings and oilier  improvements  For further particulars and condition of sale  apply to Harris & Hull, Vendor's Solicitors,  Bank of R. N. A. building-, Hastings street,  Vancouver, li. C; Janier- Btfnip, Sheriff, Greenwood, B. C, or R. T. Wickwire, Greenwood.  B.C.  NOTICE  In lhe matter of the Laud Registry Act, aud  in tbe matter of the Title to au undivided one-  third interest in Lot li53. Group 1, ���' Palmetto"  miueral claim, Osoyoos Division of Yale District.  WHEREAS, the Certificate of Title to the  above hereditaments, being Certificate No.  7658A. in the name of Moses Burns, has been  destroyed, and application has been made ^to  me for a duplicate thereof,  NOTICE is hereby^given that a duplicate  Certilicate of Title to the above hereditaments  will De issued at the expiration of one mouth  from the date of the first publication hereof  unless in the meantime valid objection to the  coctrarv is made to me in writing.  W. H. EDMONDS.  District Keiristrar.  Laud Registry office, Kamloops, B. C, December 30,1909.  We carry a nice line of BOY'S  SHOES, just the thing for the  School Boy* They are A/No-* 1  goods and  PRICES RIGHT  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co., Ltd.  HARDWARE,  GROCERIES and FURNISHINGS  Palace Livery Stables  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. C. BUCKLESS      PROPRIETOR   ���7-���   /��*V-"-V  F. JAYNES  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  Ogilvie's Rolled Oats  8-lb, Sack 45c  Just the thing  $  CORBY'S SPECIAL SELECTED  tt .  tt '  tt  I  tt  tt.  tt  i  i  I :���:������        I Greenwood Ciquor go*  I IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  a  RYE  it  I)!  $  1\  f!  it  f!  I  I  i  tt  I  I  I  I  tt  I  I  tt  I  I  I  I  ^��^��^��^��^��^^S^H^-^��^��^i^��4S��^��^��^��^��^��^��^��^��4S��^��  ARE Y��H BRY?  Beer  Beer  Beer  WE BREW GOOD BEER AND  AIL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS  Call up 'Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co.  a  i  H��r>S3-H=-^a=>S?��-S^  KODAKS and  CAMERA SUPPLIES  LARGE SELECTION OF MAGAZINES  ALWAYS IN STOCK,  SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN AT PUBLISHERS RATES,  BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, WALL PAPER DEALER

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