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 I ���  AUGUST 28, 1908.  3E  No. 51  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  ters for  MINISTER OFMINES  VISITS BOUNDARY  Hon. Mr. Templeman'^ Hurried Visit-Leaves Midway  Tonight for the West  DENORO NEWS  Bedding.  -We still have a few of those good Refrigerators, They will be sold "at bargain prices.  A new line of Imported Carpet Squares fust  opened up.  Will be sold cheap.  We carry a Big Range of Childrens' Gp-  carts and Carriers. Drop iri and see the latest  Steel Collapsible-^Folds in one motion.  Hon, William Templeman, the  Minister of Mines in the Dominion government passed through  Greenwood this afternoon on. his  trip of inspection through the mining district of British Columbia.  Hon. Mr. Templeman arrived  in Grand Forks yesterday from  Rossland and this morning visited  the mines at Phoenix, After calling'on afewpersoualJfriends-inthe  citv he spent the afternoon looking over the smelters here and at  Boundary Falls and will, leave  Midway this evening by the Great  Northern for the coast.  Mr. Templeman's itinery of the  provinces has included visits to  the various mines along- the  Crow's Nest, at Nelson, Ymir,  and Rossland as well as the Boun  dary.  CORRESPONDENCE.    '  Owing to a break-down in the  Crusher on Monday evening, all  machine men except two and one  shift of the muckers have been  laid, off for a few days. Supt.  Lover, however, had things in  full blast again last evening.  Mrs* J. B. Cooke spent Saturday  at Grand Forks.  M. W. Ludlow paid a visit to  Phoenix and Greenwood Wednesday.  Bom���To Mr. and Mrs. P. W.  Lover, on August 21st, a daughter. Both mother and baby are  doing well.  J. Silverthorne of Phoenix was  a visitor in camp Wednesday;  Quite a,number of Denoroites  ��ook in the dance at Greenwood  Tuesday evening.  T.M. Gulley & Co.  HOUoB FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  Greenwood, B.C.  r Artistic completeness, Art; Genius  and Skill, Have in combination produced a Corset that is  beautifal  in  ���N- every line, graceful in every curve.'  lf*aam,ia*mmmH��a+,  It is distinguished for the charm of  its style and beauty of construction  They are worth from 75c to $2.25  per pair : ^ t t i ; ���  GARTER    MODELS     A      SPECIALTY.  Dry Goods.  Millinery  Want Old Timer's Pictures-  <>00<>0-0000000000000000000<>000<>OOObOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO<>Oi  MINERS  We are here to supply your wants.  We are sole agents for the Day-foot  Shoes.  'When you wish to procure a Mining Boot that will  wear better than any other make examine the  yfollowing lines:  7 Inqh Bal Double, wax sewn and riveted and  ���nailed ' - - - $3.75  8 Inch Rubberoid Bal- double wax "sewn 'and  riveted and nailed .-���-���'./      - -     550  10 Inch Porpoise Hide, hand made, double wax  sewn, and nailed       - - -     7,50  \   10 Inch French Kip, hand made,   double wax  ' '    sewn and nailed - - .       8.50  The above lines have solid Leather Outside Counters  The following communication  will explain itself, Anyone having any objects of historical interest will confer a favor by com-  municating with Mr. Taylor.  "'., Victoria Aug. 25th, 1908.  Dear Sir,���We are anxious to  get photographs of the pioneers  of your District for an historical  exhibition* to be held at New  Westminter during the Fall,JFlair  there (Sept. 29th to October 3rd,  inclusive), fpr the purpose of celebrating the one hundredth anniversary, of the coming of Simon  Fraser down the river bearing  his name; and afterwards tq be  placed in the Government Buildings as a permanent record.  I was sometime ago appointed  Commiasioner by the Government  to organize the celebration, and  have already received between  five hundfed" and one thousand  pictures in ��� all, including many  old views in various parts of the  province.  Old pictures and photographs  of pioneers or other objects of historical interest will, if desired, be  returned immediately after the  exhibition'is over.  To be available for +he purpose  they must be sent without delay,  as it takes considerable time to  arrange, mount, name and catalogue all the exhibits.  Your interest and co-operation  are invited so far as your district  is concerned. Photographs should  be sent to me by registered mail  or express.    Yours faithfully,  R. E. Gosneli.,  Archivist, and Commissioner  Simon Fraser Exhibit.  G. B. Tayi.or, Esq., C.M.C.,  Greenwood, B.C.  School Opening at Boundary Falls.  D  1  J  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men's Wear in Greenwood  -*XK>0-0����0��0<>000��0��0����000��<��0 0000000^  The public school was opened on August 24th for the next half year, under  favorable auspices. At 3 p. m. a social  was held in the school house, at which  nearly all the residents and their families were present. Trusree Banbury was  appointed chairman, but at his desire the  chair was taken by Mr. Craig. The proceedings opened with the singing of the  "Maple Leaf" by the school'children.  Mrs. Moore presided at the organ. A  speech on the " Story of the Flag " was  delivered by Mr. Moore, M. A. A song  by Miss B. Roosa, other short addresses  and speeches were given by Mr. Craig,  Mr. Roasa and Mr. Ryan. Mrs. Moore  gave a musical selection, after which refreshments consisting of ice cream, cake,  fruit and candy, were served to all present. The proceedings closed bv the  hoisting of the Union Jack on the new  flag pole and the singing of the National  Anthem by all present. A fine new bell  was recently presented to the school by  the Dominion Copper Co. and proves of  grcat'service.  A dance was held in the Miners' hall  on Monday night aud was well attended.  The smelter daily expects to be opened  up again, having had to close owing to a  shortage of coke, when this little town  looks forward to a prosperous season.  Tenders are being asked for a  continuation of the tunnel'on the  Brute mine* near Midway.  a mounted constabulary  Following the lamentable occurrence at Midway on.Tuesday  night, criticism of the provincial  government and its police system  has been generally .made. It is  easy in the presence of such feeling to criticize unfairly and The  Times has no desire to take ad  vantage of any such situation but  tbe fact that the two men could  evade the officers of the law from  July 26th when the first hold-up  occurred until today and commit  weekly atrocities of an altogether  unusual kind, is not to be explain  ed in any other w*ay ihan by the  fact that the police system is at  fault. The police" themselves  have been diligent "in following  their clues and with the men  themselves, there does not seem  to: be any fault found. . Tke^lain.  palpable fact is that the only  kind'of a'constabularyithat will be  efficient in this broken country is  a mounted force���a mounted force  working under at least a semi-  military regimen and.not placed in  a town here and a town there and  expected to cover an impossible  stretch of country,each man practically independent of the other.  Tortunately for the Boundary,  the sort of gun-play which has  been going on lately is new although it might have been expected long ago. No excuse, however, can be admitted for allowing this sort of thing to continue.  One life has been taken and a  whole district has shown itself  vulnerable at every point to the  attacks of bandits and the Provincial Government simply must  take some immediate steps for  what will be not an avenging  but a preventive police system.  $1,000 REWARD  HOLD-UPS MURDER  MIDWAY CITIZEN  ���-������ ��� " '   ���'-- -�����..������  Charles L. Thomet Meets His Death  at the Hands or Brigands on Tuesday Night���His Brave Death  v When an irreparable injury has  been inflicted by the lawless brigands who for weeks past have been  doing their work in Anaconda,  Midway and Phoenix,the country  is awakened. On Tuesday uight  just about 9.30 two men, wearing  the dark masks so often described  lately appeared at the side door-of  Thomet's hotel, Midway, and  shooting Charles L. Thomet de^d  stepped back again into the  night, carrying with them, however, at least one bullet from the  gun ofthe man taken at a disadvantage. No words passed between the gun-men and the man  whom they claimed as their vie*  tim. It is generally believed that  they knew the indomitable spirit  of their man and that he would  never put up his hands at the  word of a thug; Earlier in the  evening they had tried several  times to reach, Salter's hotel but  each time had been deterred   bv  the bullet passing through the  lung and severing the internal  jugular vein and an importrnt  artery.  The following jury was chosen  to ascertain the cause of death.  Thomas Hardy (foreman), Wm.  Tippie, James Kerr, George Schulli, Samuel Crowell and Walter  Melville.  The finding of the jury was  that Charles Thomet came to his  death at about 9.30 in the evening of the 25th of August instant  in the bar-room of his hotel in  Midway, B.C., by being shot  with two bullets one through the  right chest and the other through  the neck', by one or two persons  to the jurors aforesaid unknown,  feloniousiy, wilfully, and of malice aforethought did kill and murder the said Charles L. Thomet.  COKE FAMINE  NEAR ITS END  First Shipment of Coke Arrived this Morning-Dom.  Mines resumed Wednesday  The late Charles L,   Thomet,  was a native of Switzerland,   his  1  birth-place beinjr near the famous  town of Berne. He was 48 years,  10 months and 21 davs old at the  , ..        ���_. . A       time of his death.    He   was one  people passing.    The proprietors of ^ ^.^ ^-^^ this ^  The following notice has been  issued by the Provincial authorities:  $1,000 Reward���A reward is  effered by the Provincial Government of One Thousand Dollars  for the arrest and conviction of  the two masked men who murdered Charles L- Thomet in his Hotel at Midway, B.C., on Tuesday  Night, the 25th August, 1908.  The hold-up men are described  as follows: One tall man about  5 feet 11 in. in height, 1801bs. in  weight, 40 years of age, dark  hair and complexion,with smooth  face, and wearing dark coat, soft  hat, overalls and hob-nailed boots  One small chubby man, about  5 feet 5 inches in height, 1451bs.  in weight, 35 years of age, dark  hair and complexion,with smooth  face, and wearing dark clothes,  cap, and plain soled boots.  Wire ^information immediately  to any Provincial Officer and particularly to F. S. Hussey, Supt.  of Police, Victoria, B.C., or to  W. J. Devitt, Chief Constable,  Nelson, B. C.  The rains from Thursday to  Sunday completely extinguished  the forest fires. On Sunday the  men stopped work at Oro Dmoro  and now most of the -men except  the regular fire rangers are relieved.  of the Spokane were armed waiting for them to return, one on the  verandah upstairs and one in the  bar when they heard the shots at  -Thomet's*. - '������' TUe- ev-itlenee a below,  iells what had happened there  and before they arrived the men  had gone. A few minutes after  the shots were firejS, a number of  residents of the tojfch were on the  spot but none 'prepared and in  time to mark the fleeing bandits.  At the inquest which was held  on Wednesday morning at 11  o'clock at the scene of the fatality,.there were but four witnesses.  William B. Bower, of the E.T.  Bank, Grand Forks, was standing  at the north end of the bar looking from the door. Deceased was  standing at the other end of the  bar about 18 feet away. Mr.  Bower said, ' 'I turned and saw  two. masked men with blue masks  with gun pointing towards the  deceased. I saw a motion of deceased to pick up a pistol which  was near his hand. Deceased  picked same up and fired' instantaneously in the direction of the  two masked men who returned  the fire instantaneously by two  .shots. I cannot say which fired  or whether there was one shot  from each. The [masked man  nearest me covered mo just for a  moment; dropped his gun to his  side and both went out of ' the  door quickly as they came in.  Deceased did not speak to the  men at all after they appeared, neither did they speak."  After the shooting, Mr. Bower  got himself out of line of tbe  door and Mr. Thomet moved  crouching towards the door of  the dining room. McDougall  closed the door pleading into the  street. After the first shooting  one or two inconsequent shots  were fired by the wounded man.  Archie MacDougall, gave similar evidence except that he stated that one man fired two shots.  After shutting the door, he opened it and saw twb men going  away from the house. MacDougall also said that the two shots  were fired at the deceased before  he fired. This was corroborated  by George Henderson, the only  other person present.  Dr. W. E. Spankie examined  deceased and found two bullet  wounds, one on tbe left and one  on the right side. Deai,h followed the wound on the left side,  trict, having come here 16   years  ago    He was a man of striking  and definite   personality, a .man  who could never flinch, never ioul  and when these  men.-. attempted  to reach his hotel   before, it *was  generally remarked that if   thev  had found an entrance, the scene  would have ensued one week later. Mr. Thomet was the best kind  of an inn-keeper   and   his   hotel  was always a place where anyone  needing the attentions of a   host  and hostes-s found what was   required   for    them.     From   this  large circle   of   travellers,   there  will go out to Mrs. Thomet and  her family, the deepest and sin-  cerest sympathy  in the   loss of  brave husband and father.    Five  children, the oldest   of   whom is  aged 10 years are left   with   the  mother.  The funeral arrangements are  in the hands of the K. of P's.  This afternoon at 2 o'clock, the  body of the deceased was removed from the undertaking parlors  at Midway to the Presbyrerian  church and interment will follow  at Midway.  The first shipment of coke from  the coast for the Dominion Copper Co's smelter- at Boundary  Falls went down this morning  along with a dozen cars of ore  from the Rawhide. Manager  Roosa stated at noon today that  the coke was now coming along  and by the first of the month,  they would have sufficient supply  guaranteed to warrant operations.  Their regular coke supply from  the Crow's Nest Pass Co. is promised them about the 6th instant"  and after that there is no conceivable reason why continued  operations may not be expected.  The   Brooklyn   and   Rawhide  mines were started on Wednesday  morning   and   are  shipping ore  now to the smelter. At the Granby miues, at Phoenix,   they   are  working short shift and 'the   big  Granby smelter at  Grand Forks  is running   only four   furnaces.  Men  at   the  Granby mines are*  working fiye days a week.    /  The British Columbia Copper  Co; are most favorably situated,  their coke supply still being perfect. The tonnage figures * are  still in the high numbers, totalling this week 13,158 tons distributed as follows : Mother Lode,  9,842,,Oro Djnorov 2,596, "others.,,  720 tons.  New Stamp Mill  Charlie Oliver went up on Mo n-  day to the Jewel mine to fit up  his sawmill there. It is understood  that Mr. Oliver has a contract for  150,000 feet of lumber to be used  in constructing the mill. Last fall  the timber for this purpose was  takeu out but at that time Manager Roberts was engaged in the  study of the best method of treat.  ing the Jewel ore. TheJewel is the  Boundary's banner high - grade  property and there i&no doubt that  when its owners overcome their  reluctance to talk to the newspapers the world will know it.  It is understood that  the   mill  contain fifteen stamps.  August 2?ttl.'0j*  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  Tbo  following table (rives Ibe ore shipment*) of Bouudary miner- for 1900, 1901. 1907, 1903.  1904, 1905, 1906 and 1907, aa reported to tbe Greenwood Times���  MOO  64,533  297  .    5,340  19,494  99,034  47,405  650  Minb. 1900       1901  Granby  Mines.... 64,533   231,762  SnowBhoe   B.C. Copper Co...  Mother Lode...,  IS. C. Mine   Emma  ....  Oro Denoro.   Jlonnie Belle   Dom. Copper Co  Brooklyn-Stem  Idaho   Rawhide   Sunset   Mountain Rose  Athlestan    1,200 550  Morrison   R.Bell..   Senator   Brey Fo-fle_   No. 37_   Reliance t  Sulphur King-   Winnipeg    1,076      1,<40  Golden Crown    2.250       Kinir Solomon  875  Big Copper   No. 7 Mine-   City of Paris    Jewel.       lt>0  Riverside,   Carmi    _   Sally   Rambler   Butcher Boy...   Duncan   Providence   Elkhorn    ���   Strathmore..    _   Golden Eagle   _   Praston   _   Prince Henry   _           Skylark  .-.   Last Chance   E. P. U. Mine    _   Bay   Mavis..    _   Don Psdro     Cecscent   ���   Helen   Ruby.���    _  80  Republic.���       Miscellaneous    "S.230      3,4s6  1902        1903        1904        1905       1906        1907  309,858   393,718   549,703   653,889   801,404   613,537  1,741     20,800    71.212  8,426   135.001  Past  1908   Week  670,566      367         141,326  14,811  8,530  138,079  19,365  22,937  15337  174,298   147.576  37,960  16,400  9,485  3,007  20  105.9OC  1,488  11,804  3.177  208.231  1,712  18,274  14,481  118,7 1 10,492  38,860     1.670  32,350    55,731  802      7,��5     15.731  3,070  3,250  1,759  25,108  3,056  4,747  140,685  2,960  26,032  48,390  3,555  43.295  12,253  64,173  31.270  .31.258  150  788  625  665  2,000  350  482  2,060  890  219  5,646  3,339  560  363  4.586  649  "3,45b  222  364  33  1,833  33  150  2,435  586  A       30  145  770  150  20  "'"535  689  255  73  20  40  90  80  90  ii  106  76  9  18  1,140  40  140 .  79  65  993  400  "726  325  40  790  20  55  60  20  15  58*  52  50  300  224  167  30  45     4370  11.971  3,450  398  . ...   9  120  325  500  60  750  20  SOO   53*  Total, tons...        <k,.tO0   390,800   503,976   690.419   829,808   933,5481,161,5371,148,237   Smelter   trcatin-nt-  Granby Co��� (;"*.3X7   230,828   212340   401,021   596,252   687.9S8   82*379   637,626     605.362   B.C. Cor--r CN.    .      117,611   143,600   162,913   219,484   210330   123,840   341,952 156331    13158  pn-i-1 um. C...                 132370      30,930    84,059   218311   133.439     22^42   '$%?'  Y-rr&j0  Av.'.-'Jl  "yYYm  Y'*m  - Y'r-]  M  ��� ..yys.i'  ������ ,w' ..--.yM  : Y&jm  ���y,Y-YW  ������������ -y *''  ���  ���.."'���.'i'J  ���. ..YY-iH  \M  ��� .��� ;r,;**?l  B$m  ���   ':���-; Of  'WyY-YM  '���'���'Y:MM  '��� Yy:Ym  ��� YYHVM  ������'���"���y>iff|  ���yy^li  ". Y:p%  ���YY':ia  ^.lYf.:.^!  ���YYAi  .1 .'..���.��  '���'fl  ���:M  '51  '' 'f*l  ������ "ll  ��� <*��� 1  '('''���'���I.  YYY:  :ll!l  m  ��� 4-0  ota.1 reda-ed     '..2^89   343,439   460,940   697,404   837,666   982,8771,17*2,4031^33,017 .'':';'': V.:  ; ��� ���  r.���������...'. ���������.-������:'-'- y'Y<-.--"^' :'.!���>-���,".' -":-'������>y-y^!v?Tfc-^-:..y.  ������-,'..   ���������:.������:���.'���.'-������������������'���''. ,,..;.;: .',v'>'"-' '.��� ���:.'4':*H ��� .���tap?'.?;.-.v  ^y^gfl^  THE   BOUNDARY  C&EEK TIMES  auk of Montreal.  Cr*  <r*  (P*  <r*  <?=-*���  Cr***  Cr*"  Q=<  0=<  <5^<  CP*-  C/=*<  Cr**  0=x  Cr****  ��5=**  ��/=-<  G==<  0=*��  fl****'  Capital, all paid np, $14,400^557"      Rest! -$11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. PreF.ident :    Lokd Strathcona and Mount Rotai., G. C. M. G.  President:    Sik Gkokge A. Drummond, K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manag-er :    E. S. Clooston,  Brandies in London, Eng. \ c%r\aPrc^, I New York, Ghitago.  Buy and sell Sterliiiir Exchange aud Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial au  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  ^ Greenwood Branch.    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager. ra  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  IIEAD   Ol TICK, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  ESTABLISH*:!)  1867  Paid up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fund, -   5,000,000  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest allowed at current  rates.    Accounts may be opened in tlie names of two or more  persons, withdrawals to be made by any one of the  N   number or by tlie Ht-rvivor. <***���  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood  PROFESSIONAL CARDS;  /. HsHALLETT  ba.rkister, soucitok,  Notary Ptbmc.  Cable Addres*       ���- Hallett."  ���   I Bedford M'Neill's  Codks -< Moreing & Neal's  I Leilier's  Gffffe/vwooD, B.C  iJpllfe  BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  '%-iwi^ No. 38.1. O. 0. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 08 in tlie  I.,6. O. F. Hall.    A cordial invi tatioa is ex  tended to all sojourning' brethem.  S. STORER D. A. MACDONALD  N. G. V. G.  A. JAYNES, Rec. Sec.  Che  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every Triday  BY  THB  Bonndaiy Creek Printing and Publishing  Co., Limited.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yba.k    2 00  Six Months....;.  1 25  To Foreign Countries 2 SO  Editor  A. D. Macfarlane  FRIDAY,    AUGUST 28,1908  Following- tbe lengthy L,ond6n  speech of the militant but disgruntled Hon. Mr. Joseph Martin,  Conservative papers in this province are raising the fallacious  cry that the Liberal government  has not remained true to the policy outlined in the platform, of  1893. The main plank of that  platform is popularly taken to be  "free trade." It was not to be  "free trade as it is in England"  or "free trade at one fell swoop"  but freer trade ; trade left continually more aud more to rest on its  owu resources and to follow its  natural course, unassisted, as  against the fattier and the consumer, whoever he may be, of  manufactured products.  In Western Canada and  particularly in Ihis province, we   hear  bull little demand for  protection.  Too  great a majority of us   are  consumers of   manfactured goods  and producers of  raw   materials.  But in view of the  agitation   on  this point, it must be  interesting  to know that while here  we   are  told that the Liberal party is not  carrying out its policv in this regard, in Toronto, The News, the  Kn gan of the Conservative  party,  i --calamity.howling in its efforts  to force Sir Wilfrid   Laurier   to  retreat from the position he  has  taken against increased   protection for the woolen industry.  The Toronto Globe is  ably re-  butting the contention of the  News. In a recent article, the  Globe says : "The News revives  the old and persistent fallacy in  asking 'does Canada wish to witness an exodus of the skilled labor engaged ia the industry ?.'  This is neither necessary or impending. But if it were it would  be a far less evil than the greater  exodus of skilled and unskilled  labor that would follow the burden of inflating the price of goods  essential in our climate. The  same fallacious idea is seen in the  assertion : 'If the country is to  continue to grow and to hold its  people its industries must, be  safeguarded.' This can be flatly  contradicted. If the country is to  grow and hold its people its industries must not be safeguarded.  The safeguarding of an industry  means the burdening of others  with higher prices, and the loss  must be greater than the gain.  The burdens on the woolen industry show the bad results of safeguarding. The public newspapers and public men willing to incur the disfavor of special interests in protecting the public  against this threatened imposition should be remembered by the  public, for it is only as electors  appreciate such services that Governments can exist to render  them."  The competition that the woollen industry in Canada has to  meet is British. And the question has been attracting attention  in England. The Canadian Gazette, London, has the following  to say of the attitude of the government :  "Sir Wilfrid Laurier has refused with emphasis the petition of  the Canadian Woollen manufac-  facturers for the increased protection of their industry. The  duty is now 30 per cent., and to  increase it would, in the opinion  of the Ministry, 'arouse much opposition among the consumers.'  It is the competition of British  woollens that Canadian manufacturers especially feel, but we  should have thought that a Can-  dian industry which cannot thrive  under cover cf a 30 per cent, tariff cannot hope to thrive under  any tariff."  Giving large protection to an  industry is like buying business.  Id the long run, it never pays.  in the world and her fiscal policy  is all right, but the beer lords and  the State Church parsons are  working hand-ih-glove "against  the present Government, which  is fighting and will fight for the  well-being of the nation as a  whole above the miserable interests ot an unscrupulous trade and  a privileged Church. In short,  the battle being waged by Mr.  Asquith and millions of strong  men is a battle against the monopolizing and degenerating power of the drink traffic, arid  against the idea of a State  Church that attempts to socially  ostracize here and damn hereafter  those who disagree with it, and  against the still strong vestiges  of feudalism in the matter of  large estates for a few and no  land for the .millions."  All countries have Qtoo much  both of beer and bigotry but if  Mr. Greenwood is not following  his old habit of talking for the  sake of hearing himself talk, the  observations denote a serious condition ot affairs in the old land,  besides which the' electoral and  political corruption of the colonies cannot be very dark. This recalls a story of Greenwood. In  '95 he was a student of Toronto���  One day when crossing Queen's  Park along one of the paths that  every student there knows so well.  Greenwood suddenly left his companions and mounting a stump  began to talk. Apparently the  park was deserted but one by one  his audience came until by their  size they attracted the attention  of passers-bv. The gentleman  who told the story, not long age,  gave it as an illustration of Greenwood. That he had nothing to  say and no one to say it to, made  no difference. The stump was  there ! he mounted it and talked  and today he is talking to' audiences world wide and is one ef  the prominent members of his  party in power."3?  friends, and push the friends, to  the front. Some attempt to storm  the office.    Some dig trenches  at  *       '       .  a distance and approach  in   regular siege form.    I feel   like the*  besieged lying on my  arms   day  and night."  While the Lemieux Act is powerless to prevent a strike where  parties to the dispute decline to  accept the findings of the Conciliation Board, it has proved during  the short time it has been in force  a pretty reliable pre venture of industrial disorder. From the time  the Act went into effect, March  22, 1907, to January IS last, thirty  disputes became subject to investigation, and in twenty-eight cases  strikes averted or ended. This is  a fairly good record.  " England today suffers and  suffers grievously from beer and  bigotry," said Hamar Greenwood,  the Liberal member for the City  of York, who is visiting his Can-.  adian home city of Toronto. Mr.  Greenwood wpnt on with the following   astounding    statement :  "England is the richest country*  The Vancouver News-Advertiser, also set upon a pinnacle by  false election returns, speaks of  the great moral victory of Mr.  Haultain. We have not observed  that the leader of the Provincial  party is smacking his lips over the  fruits of that great triumph. We  cannot understand what is to be  gained by publishing false returns  of an election and striving to  make the result appear other than  it is. Even the most bitter partisan organ must be compelled to  acknowledge the truth sooner or  later. The effect of such stupidity is simply to destroy all faith  in the statements of offending  journals.���Victoria Times.  "Friends expect to be benefitted," wyrote Alexander Mackenzie,  the great Liberal Premier of Canada thirty years ago, in a letter  which was published years later.  "Enemies  ally  themselves with  The British shipowner is said  to be now getting the bulk of the  trans-Pacific trade. Mark Twain  was once asked to explain why it-  was John Bull was. so successful  in all he undertook, and the humorist replied : "Why, that's easy.  Does not the Good Book say,  'Blessed are tbe meek, for they  shall inherit the earth ?' " In the  light of what is happening, Mr.  Clemens might have added���"and  the seas thereof."  HOW ZAM-BUK SAVED  A GIRL'S HAIR  It is very often said that "Eve'  had the   best husband in world  ���at that time.  A Lesson to All Mothers.  When  eczema,   ulcers or ringworm  breaks out on the scalp, generally the.  first thing the doctor orders is to have  the hair cut off.   Don't do it before trv_  ing- Zam-Buk, which can cure without  such a sacrifice.    Mrs. J. Butler.of 5  Bannockburn        Avenue,      Montreal  says :��� . . ,  My daughter, Annie, caught eczema.  It broke out on her face and scalp,  and thedisease was quickly transmitted  to Herbert'and Edith, and. in their  cases not only their heads, but their  hands and faces were covered with  sores and scalp places.  I tried various blood-purifying* remedies in vain and then consulted a doctor. He applied all kinds of lotions  but the sores remained sthe same.' He  next ordered that the hair be all shaven  off from the girls' heads ia order to get  down to the disease on the scalp. They  each had nice long hair and I. thought  it such a pity to cut it all off. I refused.  He thereupon withdrew his services altogether.  After that I bought first one thing  aad then another, 1>ut�� it was all no  good until we got Zam-Buk- That  proved equal to the.case and in a few  weeks it cleared every trace of skin disease from each child. W[ith it in use  there was no need to cut off the girl's  hair or take any other extreme measure.  It just went to work and healed the  sores in fine shape."  Zatn- Buk cures blood poisoning,  cuts, bruises, old wounds, running  sores, ulcers, boils, eruptions, scalp  sores, eczema, itch, barber's rash,  burns, scalds, and all skin injuries and  diseases. Best cure for piles yet known.  All druggists and stores at SOc. a box  or from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOO^  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.]  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  8 PHONE 65.  ooooo-oooooooo-ooooooooooooo  Everybody  Agrees  that COD  LIVER OIL and IRON are  beyond question the greatest medicines known. Then why does not  everybody fake Cod Liver Oil and  Iron? Simply because most people  cannot take the Oil and few can digest  the Iron in any ordinary form. These  difficulties have been entirely removed  by the introduction of FERROL, in  which the Iron is scientifically combined with the Oil, rendering the Oil  palatable and the Iron digestible.  While  FERROL  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole of the Oil)  and is richer in oil than any other  emulsion, and while it con tains just the  right quantity of the best form of Iron  and Phosphorus, it is so scientifically  prepared that not one person in a thqu-  sand finds any trouble in taking it,  and infants digest it without difficulty.  Moreover the well-established value of  the Oil and Iron- is immensely  enhanced byNthe process of manufacture, and as the formula is freely exposed it is not to be wondered at that  physicians everywhere have fully  endorsed FERROL and used it largely  in their practice. FERROL is invaluable for the treatment of any kind of  Lung or Bronchial troubles, while for  wasting diseases it has no equal, and  ���'You Know What  You Take"  Iff 7<m Bead This  It will be to learn that the leading medical writers and -teachers of all the several  schools of practice recommend, in the  strongest tenna possible, each ahd every  Ingredient entering Into the composition  of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  for the cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia,  catarrh of stomach, "liver complaint,"  torpid liven, or biliousness, chronic bowel  affections, and all catarrhal diseases of  whatever region, name or nature. 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Options, Chicago, and scores of  other*i/%rlally eminent in their Several  sehc**>yt-*oF practice,   ��� >  he "Golden Medical Discovery  Is ���.������e  ..-,_ .., .    -_     , .   .. . .   ortnula  is uie best possible guaranty of its merits.  A glance at this published formula will  show that "Golden MfcaSical Discovery *  contains no poisonous, harmful or habit-  forming drugs andno alcohol���chemically  pure, triple-refined glycerine being used  Instead. Glycerine is entirely unobjectionable and "besides Is a most useful agent.  in the core of all stomach as well as bronchial, throat and lung affections. Thero  is the highest medical authority for its  use in allsuch cases. The " piscovery " is  a concentrated glyceric extract of native,  medicinal roots and is safe and reliable.  A booklet of extracts from eminent,  medical authorities, endorsing Its ingredients mailed free on request. Address  Be. B. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition  issued March, 1908,)  Size :   Octavo.    Pages :   1228.  Chapters :;'25.  Scope: The Copper'Iudustry   of  the  World.  Covering ; Copper History. Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralolgy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities;"  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes.Termiriology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines in Tietail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  elc.    "  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  AT THE CHDRCHES  Prhsbyteria-n���Services will be <x'-n\  ducted morning and'evening,   11  a.m.  i '    ���    , :'  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.    ' '"Y"'-1,   ,.��� r:  ���j  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.  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Send no  money, but order the book sent you,  all carriage charges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value to you ?*  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SHELDO NBUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  Methodist���Rev.  F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct services as usual at*J  Methodist Church morning and evening j  Services   every Sunday, morning andj  Sunday School at 3.  Catholic���Church, of the Sacred J  Heart.���Divine service .1st, third and!  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy!  mass at 10 a..in;;, vespers and benedic-l  tion at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at]  2:30 p.m. Rrv.J. A. Bedard, O./M. Lv|  pastor. ���    ' '      ���  Church of England (St. Jude's)-  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.!  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. as. 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J  ian DotJtrine, Grammar, Geography,  Arithmetic,'English and Canadian  History, Stenography, Bockkeeping,  Typewriting, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, Needlework, Vocal and Instrumental Music, French   and  Hygiene.  For further particulars apply to���  Sis-ter Superior.St. Joseph's Schooi, -]  ������ .  Nelson, B. C.  Ladies' Galling Cards, Hoi-'J  land Linen, can be had at j  The Times Office, 50c a box. J  COMMERCIAL  H.O X EL Greenwood  Rooms 25c and 50c a Night  M, GILLIS  Hotel...  Close to the Smelter.  The Best Appointed Working men's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.    Hot and  Cold'Baths.  taaaamtm  ^  Tea  Coffee  Spipes  and Extracts  r  i  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  i...  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  McCLUNG and GOODEVE, Proprietors.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.   Lighted,   throughout  -wi^h electric lights.  First-class Bar.   Strictly up-to-date *gbo<te.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  OE,A .LOFSTAD.  Proprietor  Dear Mother  Your little ones arc a constant care in  Fall and Winter wealher. They *>ill  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh's  Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it has done for so many ? It is said  to be the only reliable remedy for all  diseases ot the air passages in children.  It is absolutely harmless and pleasaut io  take, his guaranteed to cure or your money  ' is returned. The price is 25c. per bottle,  and all dealers in'medicine sell 714  ���SHILOH  Tina remedy should be in erray household.  *  4*  M-frfr-fr 4,4. ����� -fr 4.+4>+'k<['h �� 4* -fr 4"fr4- 4- 4�� �����*-$���  4,  4  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 Save You Money  4  *  ^f^^f^fffff^^f^f^ff.f^^  m W<:;  S&M  'Y^'-Sy  i:f��Wi>x '���  S.V  THECBOUNDARY CREEK   TIMES  ;-C  Fruit Industry  SOME GOOD RETURNS.  If the-daily papers have beeu reporting Mr. W. B. I>ani-gatf,y Assistant Freight Traffic Manager  of the C.P.R., correfctly. be  certainly should be   given   a   quiet  ��� hint to stop   talKing-   about   the  fruit lands of British   Columbia  until he has looked into the   subject more closely. If we give Mr.  Lanigan credit for being honest  ' and not deliberately "knocking''  . British Columbia when, he describes fruit lands in this province  at $125 per acre as ''far too higb,"  we must confess that he displays  the most profound ignorance .of.  the ' subject, besides  displaying  extremely bad taste in misrepresenting the prospects of  one   of  British Columbia's most important industries which'bids fair  to  become aa important revenue producer for the road of which   Mr.  Lanigan is an official,  and making an odious comparison between  tbe fruit lands of British Columbia and the wheafe   lands   of 'the  prairie provinces east of theRoekv  Mountains.    The Okanogan and  other interior valleys of this province can sho-w handsome profit's  from lands originally costing} from  $100 to $200 per acre, besides the  cost of* developing,   and within  thirty miles of Vancouver we can  show Mr. Lanigan a ten-acre farm  from which the owner has banked  expenses for the past three years  in succession. This shows a profit of 30 per cent. on. the investment with the'land:'.at present  valued at $1,000* per acre. That  British Columbia orchards often  produce fruits, that -.will give an  annual gross yield of $100 to $300  per acre and small fruits from  $300 to $i,000 ,per acre: is no exaggeration. But it requires the  employment of systematic business methods just the same as  is used to make the C.P.R., the  financial success that it is.      ���  For profit and pleasure no part  of the North American Continent  gives better returns to the norti-  cultulurist than fruit growing under proper-'conditions in British  Columbia.���Saturday Sunset.  GRANBY MINING METHODS.  (By C. M. Campbell, in Quarterly Bulletin of Canadian Mining Institute.)  The Granby Company is at present operating in. Phoenix what  appears to be two distinct groups  of ore bodies. The oldest workings are in the deposits which  outcrop on the Knob. Hill and  old Ironsides claims, while the  latter workings,are about'half a  mile to the east and are almost  entirely on the Gold Drop ..claim.  The Knob Hill,-Ironsides deposit  has beeu opened up, at cue hui -  hundred foot intervals, by several levels. The upper one of these.  No. One tunnel, was originally a  an average of $3,000 over working shipping level and from the sfcopes  I*taa  Tit�� IBotmtary^,.  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Minirig District.  I  % The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  *-f"The Times is improv-  ing its stock, enlarging  its circulation, .widening  its'in teres ts every  month..  f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting aind Giv-  ing can deliver the  goods.  SEE IF IT CAN'T.  above this level and from the open cuts from which a steam shovel worked, nearl-y a million   tons  have been shipped.   When   the  crusher at the mouth of this tunnel was destroyed by fire',   if was  rebuilt.at the mouth of the next  lower level known as No. 2  Tunnel.    No. 1 Tunnel then became  nothing more than an intermediate level, all the ore above No. 2  Tunnel being   handled  through  that outlet.    After being,crushed  this ore falls directly into C.P R.  cars, or if none are at hand  it is  diverted into a pocket   which, is  reached bya cross-cut   from   the  next lower level kudwn as No. 3  Tunnel. The No. 3 Tunnel equipment handles all the ore between  this level and No. 2 Tunnel  and  its terminals are on the G. N. Ry.  In descending order  the remaining main levels are known as 200  ft., 300 ft, and 400 ft.,   and   the  tonnage from ajl  these levels is  hoisted   through    the   Victoria  Shaft,    The bins connected with  this shaft are served by both  the  Canadian Pacific and Great Northern railways.    The Knob Hill-  Ironsides mine is thus divided into three distinct units known as  No. 2 Tunnel, No. 3 Tunnel and  Victoria   Shaft,    These  have  a  distinct and complete  equipment  of rolling stock, crushers and bins  and are manned by separate crews  under separate shift, bosses.  The  Gold Drop is   equipped   like the  others and forms a fourth unit.  The   output   from   this mine is  handled by the Canadian Pacific,  It will thus be seen that in case  one railway is unable to operate,  the shipments from at least three"  "outlets can be handled by the other road.,  Also, if one or more of  the units happen  to   be^ oqt of  commission, each of the others  can be pushed towards its maximum capacity of   150   tons   per  hour  and   the  day's   shipments  made up.  The methods of underground  mining are largely the result of  evolution. -The first few years of  work showed decidedly that the  ore was of low-grade character.  Oh the other' hand it also showed  thk ore bodies to be of vast size  with values uniformly distributed.  The nature of the ground was  also found to be such that timbering could be almost dispensed  with. As a result of this sorting  was abandoned ; the square set  method gave place to open stopes  with the root supported by rock  pillars ; cheap electric power was  introduced to operate air compressors,   for   pumping   and for  as stated above, the different outlets were equipped with up-to-  date shipping facilities. All these  improvements have had the end  in view of giving the mine a  large, uninterrupted, daily tonnage.  Provincial Items.  Hedley will celebrate Labour  Day.  Trail realized 8941 from its delinquent tax sale.   ,  MY SHADOW.  Phoenix school reopens Sept.  1st. D. A. Grant has been engaged as principal and Miss  Thompson, of Vancouver, as assistant.'  Ben Saafstrotn, Gus Larsen and  Anel Strand are the names of the  men sent up for trial at the* assizes in Greenwood for assaulting  Policeman Gunn at Phoenix ou  Saturday week.  John Becco, a young man from  Rock Island, Wyoming, was killed while attempting to make the  beam of a freight near Ryan in  East Kootenay last week.  I have a little shadow that goes in aim  out with me,  And what can be the nse of hira, is  more than I can see.  He  is   very,   very  like   tne   from the  heels up to the head;  And I see him jump before me, when  I jump into my bed.  The funnest thing-  about   him  is the  way he likes to grow-  Not at all like proper children,   which  is always very slow;  For he sometimes shoots '��p taller like  an indian-rubber ball.  And he sometimes  get. so  little  that  there's none of him at all.  He hasn't g-ot a notion of how children  ought to play,  Andean only  make a  fool  of me in  every sort of way.  He stays so   close  beside  me,  he's a  coward you can sec;  I'd think  shame to stick to  nursie as  that shadow sticks to me.  One mom ing-,  very early,  before the  sun was up,  I rose and found   the shining- dew  on  every buttercup;  But my   lazy   little   shadow,   like   an  arrant sleepy-head,  Had stayed at home behind me and was  fast asleep in bed.  ���Robt. Liuls Ste/e nson  ��!?5%��SS2S*H' *>**^>X*->>-K��>->^>*.>-> ->^l~>><r><^\^V>^^  lift  ft *z*  T. C. Brine, of Midway, has  appointed manager of the Phoenix branch of the E. T. Bank.  The Midway branch will henceforth be open only on Wednesdays.  Pernie papers are appearing  regularly, the Free Press being  printed by the Cranbrook Herald  and fhe Ledger by the Lethbridge  Herald. The relief fund from -the  Odd Fellows of the western provinces will amount to about $3,-  500 to $4,000/ That is pretty  good for one organization.  Driver-Dan Murray, one ofthe  C.P.R. main line .engines did  about 130 miles between lKamloops and Revelstoke on Saturday week at about a mile a minute. His ride was an attempt to  reach the bedside of his dying  daughter, death resulting from  burns received when playing with  matches.  BOVRIL  is particularly suitable for  summer use. When heating  cold meat, canned meat or  pork' and beans, stir in a  little Bovril and notice the  difference. It will make the  food more tasty, more nutritious and more' digestible.  Send a post card for  new recipe booklet  ^Tasty Dishes" to  BOVRIL LIMiTED  27 ST. PETER STREET. MONTREAL  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY   C0M   LTD,  New Westminister, B. C.  Greenwood Liquor Co., Agents, Greenwood  it  *<r>��'<^-'X-^>*->*>X��->��fr*>*>fl-^^  W��*fr><>'��W>����W��**^^  MRS. MURRAY, graduate in vocal g04000oooooooowv)ooo��ooooo  and instrumental music, is prepared to  receive pupils in piano, organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory methods  taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday. For terras and further particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  LAND NOTICES  District  Application for Transfer of  Liquor License.  haulage; cars up to ten ton capacity and running on a three foot  guage took the place of the small  mine cars previously in use, and,  .-ff Subscribe For,Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Farmers,   farmers'  wives,    store    girls,  clerks,       bricklayers,  policemen and postmen���  all who have to be on their  feet all day, ahd sufferfrom  sore feet, chafing, or blistering  will find relief in  Zam-Buk. i  Mr. Wm. Ashley, 527 Seigneurs St., Montreal, says:���"I  suffered cruelly from sore feet,  which became raw and blistered.  Some days I was hardly able to u.r,^-:  walk home from work, and fS;jft-j  others I had to leave oft" about JsIS1  3 o'clock., Powdeis, salves and m&ii  ointments ofall kinds I tried in feeK'-J  vain, sometimes actually working with them in my boots. I  was advised to try Zam-Buk,  and in a few houis it reduced  the smarting and soreness. I  kept on with it, putting a  little on each night. In a few  daysthesorenesswasallgone.  Of all stores and medicine vendors ac 50c. a box, or Zam-Buk  Co.,    Toronto.    Cures   eczema,  prameiuh, saltrheum,insect  swigs, sunburns, cuts, burns,  and all skin injuria and  diseases.  Hon. "VKilliam Templeman, Minister of Mines, was royally enter-  tertained by the Cranbrook Board  of Trade on Wednesday last week.  Mr. Templeman with Professor  Brock of the Geological Survey  is covering the mines of B.C. He  will come into the Boundary.  This week is being spent at Ymir  and in the Slocan. '  TAKE NOTICE that I, James Cameron, of  the City of Greenwood, B.C., intend to  apply atthe next sitting- of the Board of  License Commissioners for a transfer of the-  Liquor License now held by me for the Vic  toria Hotel, situate on Lot 24, Blockl2, Map 21.  Greenwood City,toHu-rhD. McGillvray.  Dated  at'Greenwood,  B.C.',  the 10th day of  August, 1908.  Signed, JAMES CAMERON.  Similkameen Land District-  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I, James Crawford, of  Park Rapids, Miunesota.occupation Far-  mcr,lntend to applv for permission to purchase  the following-described landsuComniencineat a  post planted at the North West corner of Lot  81)0 S, thence north 20 chains; thence east 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; tbence west  40 chains, thence north 00 chains, tbence west  tO-chalns to point of commencement, and con  tainin-r-400 acres, more or less. '  ...   .JAMES CRAWFORD.  Fer Henry Strauss. Agent  Dated June 12th, 1908,  CANADIAN  FACiFae  |R'A IL WAY]  SUMMER  EXCURSION RATES,  EAST  LAND NOTICE  MINERAL ACT.  District  Elko is a place outside Cranbrook and has a correspondent  who writes for the Herald. This  is the talk he gives ;  "We stated last week that tourists from all parts of the world  were arriving in Elko this week.  D. J.. Elmer, of Zululand, South  Africa, arrived and immediately  commenced to hot air the ladies,  who blushed crimson from tbe  joy of being hot aired. He is  sure the whole show, including  the Midway and the pike, and  hif* brogue that thick you could  cut it with a knife, and got the  Blarney down so fine that he can  soft soap a wobden Indian cigar  sign to accepting a David Harum  cigar. He left Elko on the local  with a smile on his face you  couldn't scour off with sandpaper  Certificate of Improvements.  ��� NOTICE.  Bristol Boy Mineral Claim, situate in Greenwood Mining Division of Tale District.  Where located:. West Copper Camp.  TAKE "NOTICE that I, James Edward  Scban, Free Miners'* Certlflcrto No, B**S80,  intend, sixty days from, the date hereof, toapply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifica'e of  Improvements, for tbe purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of tbe above claim.  And further take notice that action, unler  Section 37,   raftst   be  commenced   before  the  issuance of such  Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this ISth day of Julv, A. D. 1998  JAMES EDWARD SCHON.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of lmorovements  NOTICE  Boston Boy P/actional Mineral Claim, situate  in the Greenwood Mining; Division of Y.ile  District. Where located: in Deadwood Camp  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. JR. Shaw, aifent  for D. A. Cameron, Free Miner's Certificate  No. I4.2��i; Georfre Le-vsoi, Free Miner's Ccrtlfi  cate No. 10,122; W. W. Craig, Free Miner's Ccr-  tiflcHteNo. 1+465: J. W. Nelsoa, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 14287, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, toapply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for thc purpose of obtaining; a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action,under  section 3", must be commenced before tlie issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this ISth day of June, A. D., it-OS.  C.JE. SHAW, B.C.L.S  Similkameen Land District,  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that I, Louisa I. Shaw,' of  Gieenwood, B.C., occupation Housekeeper,  intend | to apply for permission to purchase the  following described land: ���  Commencing at a post planted at the North-  East corner of Lot No. 788S. tbence East 80  chains; tlience north 4U < halns, tbence west 20  chains, tbence south 20 cbains; tbence west 40  chains; thence north 20 chains, thence west 20  chains, thence south 40 cbains to point of com  mencement, aud containing 240 acres more or  less.  LOUISA I. SHAW.  Per HENRY STRAUSS, Agent'.  Dated July 13th, 1908.  MINERAL ACT.  You cau lock your door ag'ainst  a thief but 3*011 can't' against a  Har.  A man who would make fun at  another's misfortune would kick a  lame dog.  LICENSE ACT, 1900.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. W. Nelson, ol  Ca.mi, U.C., intend applying to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, at -the expiration of c-ie month from the date hereof, for a renewal of my hotel license for the premises  known as the West House, at Carmi, B. C., situate on Block 1, Lot B.  Dated at Carmi, B.C., thc 14th day of August,  i9o8. Signed, J. W.NELSON  dear Because  It storm*-   -'  dontocimna  youraair_i  Indoor*  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Columbus" Mineral Claim, situated In the  Greenwood Mininu; Division cf "Vale District.  Where located:   In Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICE That 1^ Isaac H. Hallett,  as ag-ent for J. F. Ciinnl-tgham, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B6761, V. T. Smith,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B03C8, and E. J.  Roberts, Free Miner's Certilicate No. B10655,  i nteud, sixty day s- from date hereof, toapply  to the Minini Recorder 'or a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of. obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice t-tat  action,   under  section 37, must be commenced before the issue-  ance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of Mav, A. D. 1908.  I. II. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  Warwick Fraction Mineral   Claim, situate   111  llie Greenwood Mining   Division    of Vale  District.   Where   located:    In   Providence  Camp.  TA KE NOTICE that Thomas Hemmerle and  llu-rli   McKee Free   Miner's   Certificates   No.  H14408, and   1114226, intend,    sixty days from  tbe    dale    beicof, lo    apply    to   the Minim;  Rocorder   for a  Certificate  of Improvements  for.the purpose of obtaining   a Crowu Grant of  the above claim,  And further take notice lhat  action, under  section 37, must be commenced  before tlie issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  D.-iied this Mb day of August, A. D. IV*-*.  THOMAS HEMMERLE &HUGH McKEE  torn Oura*/*  Subscribe for The Times  House, sign nacl Jill exterior and  and interior paintiuj* and decor,  ating- promptly done.  ,���. f  permg  ��i ^omitting  Send in y-'ur -��� pring orders.  eo.fM~  From Greenwood to Wnnipejr,  Fort William, Duluth. St. Paul-  Chicago, $72.50 St. Lotiis,S67.50  New York,108.50 Toronto. 94.40  Montreal, 108.50 Ottawa, 105.00  St John,NB,120.90 Halifax 131.20  Sydney, CB, $136.90  Tickets on sale May 4 and 18,  June 5, 6,19 and 30, July 6, 7, 22  and 23,August 6,7, 21 and 22,1908)  First class, Round Trip, Ninety  Day Limit  Routes���These tickets are good  via any recognized routes in one  or both directions. To destinations east of Chicago are good via  the Grekt Lakes. For further in-,  formation, rates, Sleepi-*- car  reservations, etc, apply fp  J. MOEJ, R. J. r 3YLE3,  D.P.A. Nelaon      A.G.P.A / - ncou-*er  B.   H.   RBDPATH  GREENWOOD  AGENT  oooooooooooooooo^oooooo-ooo  Snynopsis of Canadian Kortli-Wtst  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY even-numbered section of Dominion  ���"��� Lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, e.xceptinp 8and 20, not reserved, may  be homesteaded bv any person who is llie sole  head of a family, or any male over 18 years o(  a-rc, to the extent of one-quarter section of ISO  acres; mere or less.  Application for entn- must be made in person  by the Applicant at a Dominion Land A^eno-  or Sub-aireiicy for the district in which the land  is situate. Entry by proxy may, however.be  niadeat any Aifency on certain conditions by  the father mother, son, daughter, brother or  sister of an mteudinp; homesteader.  Dutiks-'(I) At least six mouths' residence  npon and cultivation of the land In each year  for three years.  (2) A homesteader may, If he so desires, perform the required residence duties by living on  farming land owned solely by him,notles-i  than eltfbty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity  of his hort estead. He may also do bo by livine;  with father or mother, on certain conditions,  joint ownership In land will not meet this re-  qG'rcmeui.  (3) A homesteader intending to perform liix  residence duties In accordance with the above  while Ilvinir with parents or on farm In? land  owned by, himself must notify the Aifent for lho  district of such Intention.  ' W. W. CORV,  Deputy of the Minister of th�� Interior  N. 13.���Unauthorl2ed  publication of tbis advertisement will not be paid for.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District-  of Yale.  District  TAKE NOTICE that I James Bird Man-  ross, of Greenwood, K.C occupation Free  Miner, intend to apply for ixjrmisaion to pur!  chase the following described land:  Commencing- at a post planted about SOO feet  Wesl of the Nortb-Easl Corner of Lot 710  Ihence cast WO feet thence north 1.200 feet thence  cast 1.SOU thence north 0O0 feet thence west 1,'WO  feel tlience south-west 500 feet to point of commencement.  JAMES UIKD MAN*ROSS  Paled the U.th dsv of July. l'wa.  Box 25-i, \. reenwood.  Ulioy ijovcrament street.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  *\<*. 2 Fraction, No. 0 Fraction and Hartford  Miiier.it C!a:'.!i. ^ituat*- in the tlreenwood  Mi Mini; Divii-iiii uf Y.-le Dlstrir-t., Where  located: Car mi Camo. West Fo k of the  Kellie River.  iKK   NOTl-'E that i,  Robert  D.   Kerr,  Tt  ice .Miner's certilicate No. HelfiXi aciine;  for myself nnd as :i<��eiit for James C. Dale, Free  .Miner's Certiticate No. 1SK>1iM. and V. ll S.  Sl:vnlio;.c, Kri e Miner's Certificate No. IJMj<,7,  intend sixtydays from the date hereof, to apply  t,�� '.he Mininn; Recorder for a Certificate of Im-  pr��>veiuei!iH for tin-, purpose of obtaining a  Crmvn Grant of tlie above claim.  And further Utlte notice that action nnder section 37, must be commenced before thc issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Eleventh day of Mav, A.O.1J08.  ROBERT D. KERR  m  YYy$!$&_  -v:r'.Mm  Y:m  ���:���?!���%�����  yyfm  :>.YYtJim  .'YY-zM  sal  'Mm  '���ibM  YM  'Y'fM  yy��Ai|  ���'��'.���  '^���i  ���*���$��� A -."'������'���'������������ ;' ���-'''  ���pawnnw  ,jL J71, ^ jiii|iij..ii|.,iiii!iiiiif HfUp  t<aYy?WMyi?  ^���h;^,:--}^;^  ���si ,.v,;;  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  j&^Nj^^^Si^^  ussellLow-Goiiem Go.  j Purely Personal   fr.  ���~��4  Are dealers in Men's 4  Furnishings of Every  Description*    3*    3*  They carry the Clothes  that Fit���  THE    BROADWAY  BRAND     3C  i  There are some fine  Stock-taking Bargains  in   our   Store   now,  i  $  ;��  Get the Genuine  Insist on Pabst  Bottled   Beer  Don't be fooled by Spurious Imitations.  Greenwood Ciauor Co*  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  r  Do You Know  That  A. L. White  Carries one of the Finest Displays of  CUTLERY  In the Boundary.  Call and See.    Two New Silent Salesmen  on the  Floor for your convenience.  . Furniture and Stove Man.  Gobi  Phone 16-  f^y^r*"^ -i  Tlie Palace Livery Stable  fi  If!  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. C.  BUCKLESS    PR0PR1ET OR��� ���  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone %  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings  Miss   McKenzie   returned   on  Sunday to take up her work here.  Duncan Ross, M.P., is expected  &  TOWN lOVICs  Lost���Small Cocker Spaniel  answering to ' name���Laddie���  Reward   Return fo E. G. Warren.  November 2nd is the date set  in the city the early part of next | by Registrar of Voters Cunningham tor the revision of the* Voter's Lists.  week.  D. A. Macdonald has been  spending a few days this week in  Rossland.  Forbes M. Kerby, of Grand  Porks was a visitor in the city on  Monday.  Miss Martin returned on Satur-  tay from a visit to Mrs. S. S.  Taylor, of Nelson.  C. G. Braithwaite left on Wednesday for a month's visit to his  home at London, Ont.  F. W. Hart, of Spokane, has  been in the city this week looking after his property here.  D. B. Fotheringham, of Spokane, was in Greenwood on Wednesday adjusting the fire loss at  Boundary Falls.  Chas. Mallandaine, of the C.P.  R. Lands department, Cranbrook,  was in the cifey Saturday last on  C.P.R. business.  . Miss Belt, of St. Louis, sister of  S. E. Belt, of the B. C. Copper  Co. left on Monday for her school  at Danville, Wash, after spending  a couple of days visiting her brother here.  J. Peck MacSwain,;of Peckville,  uear Wattsburg, fire fighter, was  a visitor to the Herald office *��n  Monday. Peck absolutely denies  having sent any telegrams���Cran-  brook^Heraid.  D. C. McRae went to Nelson on  Wednesday to meet his father,  John McRae, from.Maoretow:a,  Ont., who with Mrs. McRae is  coming on an extended visit to  their sons here and in Phoenix.  J. L. Dimrnick and G. W. Dimrnick, brothers of Jas. H. Dimrnick  are visiting their brother, having  come from Star buck, Wash., immediately on hearing of their  brother's bereavement. They arrived on Tuesday evening.'  Rev. C. J, Brenton, M. A., head  master of King's College School,  Vancouver, B.C., included Greenwood in the list of towns visited  by him in the interests of his  school. King's College school is  a preparatory private school for  boys which has been most successful in its candidates for university entrance.  Neil Lamont, E. Foyle Smith  and W. G. Kennedy, with Mrs.  Lamont and her little girl joined  the colony on rhe West Fork on  Saturday. The men will spend  their hours spared from fishing  to do a little assessment work on  the Valley View Mineral claim  between Beaverdell and Carmi.  William Henderson, resident  architect for the Dominion, with  headquarters at Victoria, was in  the city on Wednesday looking  over sites for a post office. It is  understood that Mr. Henderson  deferred his selection. In Grand  Forks a selection was made on  Tuesday.  C. S. Moss, resident engineer  ot the C.P.R. at Nelson, and  Road-master Phil Wade were at  Midway on Wednesday. It is  said that the C.P.R. will connect  its tracks there with those of the  Great Northern Railway so that  ore and matte can be transferred  directly instead of going to Grand  Forks.  The annual meeting of the  Kettle River and South Okanagan  Pioneers' Association will be held  in the Central Hotel, Keremeos,  this year on the 18th of September.  By a typographical error, this  paper was last week made to say  that the close season for prairie  chicken extended only until Aug.  31, 1908'. The item should have  read August 31, 1909.  Dolls, Doll Carts, Express  Waggons, Tovs, etc.,in stock the  year round at McRae BroB.  Wanted���To Buy a three of  four roomed house and lot, Greenwood or Anaconda, apply by letter to C. Times Office.  A labor day celebration will be  hfild in Phoenix on the 7th and  8th of September. John M.  O'Neill, Editor of the Miner's  Magazine, Denver, Col., will be  one of the attractions.  Perfection in Confectionery���*  The Copper Seal Brand ���McRae  Bros.  Grand Master Fulton of the  Odd Fellows will pay an official  visit to Boundary Valley Lodge,  Greenwood, Wednesday evening,  September 2. The K. of P. and  I.O.O.F. will exchange nights of  meeting next week.  For school books, school supplies of every kind, pencils, rubbers, blotters, everything the boy  or girl needs���see J. L. Coles. A  full line bf the newest is kept,  Union Services will be held iu  the Methodist and Presbyterian  Churches next Sabbath and. the  two following Sabbaths. The  morning Service' at 11 a.m. ii  to be in the Methodist Church  and the evening service 7.30 p.m.  in the Presbyterian  Church.  Our 1908 Wall Papers are as  cheap as they are charming���  McRae Bros.  The Presbyterians of British  Columbia are endeavering to aid  the Presbyterians of Fernie by  contributing sufficient money to  re-build their Church and manse.  Any who wish to contribute to  this kindly hand in by the 6th of  Sept. by special envelope at the  Church or'te R ev. M. D. McKee.  Cottage for Sale, on Kimberly  Avenue, by Dri Mathison.  For the Canadian National Exhibition, to be held at Toronto,  August 29th to September 14th,  the Canadian Pacific Railway  will have in effect special round  trip rates. For full information  as to rates, dates of sale, limits,  etc., apply to the nearest C.P.R.  Ticket Agent. S4  F ^*A*^-V^wV-f**%^  The finals of the men's singles  and doubles of the tennis tournament will be played off tomorrow  afternoon, thus ending the touna-  ment this season. The year has  been highly successful and tha interest taken and the improvements shown in the games good.  ���ut on the morning air and faintly  amid the harmonies could be  heard the dulcet tones of Messrs.  Hallett, Frith and Birnie. the  City Fathers of the children. The  singing was led by Messrs. Ven-  eables and Curtis.  Copper Seal Confections' excell  all others.    McRae Bros.  jgThree men are working on the  Diamond Texas and work is proceeding .sa tisf actorily.  Lovers of cricket will  have  a  game, worth watching on Sunday  betweeu Myncaster   and   Greenwood teams. The match has been  arranged for 10.30 in the morning  at the Ball Grounds.  , The Myncaster match was greatly enjoyed  by all who saw it and the return  match being given   here, should  provide   much   better cricket  as  the local team have had  the advantage of several good practices.  The players on Sunday   will   be  picked from the following : J. L  Coles, S.M. Johnson, H    Browning, O. F. Hawtrey,' B. de Wiele,  F. W. McLaine,  H. D. Rochfort,  E. B. Dill,   C. E. McClung, J. C.  Alston,  A. Evitt,. R. 8. Palmer,  C. E.  Curtis, P.   Meacham,   H.  Hewer, snd,S. Oliver.  On Saturday evening the visitors will be entertained at a  smoker in Eagles' Hall. Everyone is invited to attend the function which will open at 9 o'clock.  That C.P.R. road at Boundary  Falls is in a fair way to be another of those things that didn't  look to be so serious, but having  fatal consequences. NIf this hap#-  pens, it won't be for want of telling. Tierney& Co's outfit could  have done tlje work in a couple of  days but the railway had not  made the necessary arrangements,  so it was given out, for the right  of way. Engineer Simmons, of  the Railway Commission, came  into the city yesterday to visit  his brother. Dr. H. S. Simmons,  and to do some business in connection with his department.  There is no doubt Engineer Sim.  mons will have something to say  tothe Railway Commission ot  this road. At least Greenwood  people will hope that something  is done on that road immediately  for surely by this time, we have  had enough tragedies resulting  from lack of proper precaution  being taken in case of danger.  This next week, the management ot this paper passes into  other hands. In view of*- this  fact, the Editor wishes to acknowledge the many kindnesses  shown him by its xeaders and patrons. And not the least of the  kindly actions he has to remember  are those from the staff of the  Ledge office., The writer has had  many things to learn in the newspaper busiriess and in many ways  our contemporary has given consideration and assistance. Then  around the paper there has been  an increasing cumber of people  who have shown their interest in  it. We wish to thank them and  to request for our successor, whoever he may be, a continuation of  their good favor. If the arrangements which we are informed are  under way, are successfully cam-  pleted, there is no doubt that the  paper will be in the future better,  brighter and more acceptable to.  its readers than ever'it has been  in the past year.  Your tailor may make good  :������ * ' otha-, bi*.  .'lD>��-#��y JkaslkSttyll��?  Hasan"- help it���he merely  follows the lead set by theiarge  ���:'   clothing- makers and,of course,   :  is a season behind the styles.  We can make your clothes td  measure and yet give them all  the latest touches of Style and  Finish. .*  The reason is, that by our  system, the men who originate  the styles,make our customers'  clothes. -  ���^- tt  The   cost   of  a  suit, specially   made, runs from $14  Come in and let us,tell you about the  summer suitings.  LIMITED  m Pacific Cafe  is now under the Management of Rondeau and Dupont.  Meals are served at all hours of the day add night.  If you want a good meal, well cooked, carefully served  and promptly provided try the Pacific. By attention  and promptness, eating is made pleasant  jj <$�� ���$�� ��J. *|* ���$�� <$�� �����-> ������ ������� �����? ��$* ���$����!�� *|t f���� f��> ������ ������� ���$��� ������� ������� ,��, <g�� i|, ^  4*  4-  4-  4-  4-  4-  4*  4-  4  4  %  " *  -f  *  ::.-���:���  -'. . .   ��������������� ��� '. *  Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.*  OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ���* X  *l* -?��� -fr 4* **f* **f* -*J* -f- 4 *?* *$* *f?*f* 4* *f* ��-|*-'^-^--|��'-f��'-f��'-f��**��f��-i��,4,>  4-Roomed   Cottage  oh.  50 foot Lot.   Close in  $500  a0aa*a*9*a*aa*a&aaa*aa*n****-a*aaa*>9my***a*��aa+*,aa9aa:a��  I P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. I  DEALERS IN  G. W. Rumberger returned last  week from a trip up the North  Coast and was in camp on Saturday. Mr. Rumberger thinks that  tha North Country is going to be  a hummer, although there will be  little doing there until the town-  site goes on the market. But Mr.  Rumberger's greatest surprise  was in Vancouver for althoughhe  had been in nearly every nook and  corner in the Province, this  was his first visit to Vanc��u-  ver which he thinks will in Very  few years be the. second city in  Canada, surpassing Toronto.  With its general plan and the  cuaracter.of its building, the Phoenix man was greatly impressed.  While at Prince Rupert, Mr.  Rumberger saw both Mr. Naden  and W. M. Law. Mr. Naden has  received permissiod from the G.  T. P. to erect a residence on the  townsite.  The opening ot the school on  Monday morning was attended  with ceremqnies of an august  character. The children having gathered around the new  flag-pole, along -with their teachers, aud Trustees Hallett, Frith  and Birnie, with Messers McKee  and "Veneables, the flag was  raised and the children listened  to patriotic addresses from the two  ministers,present. The strains of  theNational Anthem and of the  Maple Leaf Forever then floated  *  *  *  ��  *  *  ��  *  ��  *  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  e  ft  ft  �����������������������*��* ����ftftftft*ft��������*����S*ftftftA^W��ft��ftftftft������������*����i  ?re$b and Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry���  ^S^^^^^^-^^p^^^?^?^?^^^?^ t5^3��j-S��5^  GREENWOOD TRADING COMPANY,  LIMITED.  NOTICE Is faer.br given that a special resolution lias tieeri p&ised for voluniarlw  winding- up this Company and that the under  d��i signed has been appointed Liquidator of the  Company fnr the pnrposei of winding- up proceeding's. Creditors and others having; claims  against tbe Company are requested to send to  thc undersigned at the office of John D. Spence,  Barrister, Greenwood, B.C., before 1st October,  1908, their named and addresses and full particulars in writing- of tlieir claims duly verlC d  and of the security, tf anv* held bj-thera.  AND TAKE NOTKJE that after the 1st day  of October, 1905, the undersigned will proceed  to distribute the assets of the Company amongst  the parties entitled thereto, haying regard only  to the claims of which tbe undersigned tben has  notice.  Dated this 7th day of August, A.D., 1?08.  ��      JHIICS EHRLICH,  Liquidator.  /F  The Greenwood Dairy  Milk and Gream Supplied Daily  to any part of Greenwood,  Anaconda and Phoenix  ^  F. Jenks & Bros.  Greenwood  G��0t  AND  t  w  w  w  w  w  w  w  i  i  ?!  % Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood |  II  PhrtPniY  Rrpwprv C(\    Successors to the j  | rnuemx Drewery to., Elkhorn Brewery Co i  sa^3Na^-''^-atS-'3H^<-5*^^  DRINK PHOENIX BEER  THE "PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA."  NELSON IRON WORKS  (Greenwood Branch)  IRON, BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  Geo. M. Holt, Manager.  Iv. Craufurd, Lessee  the Windsor Hotel,  business of providing  thing's good to eat is our  business. Meals are well  and promptly served. Everything completely to  your taste. Howard Moore, Proprietor,  I


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