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 j Mtaymh fri*** mjmH ��� ijijytfcww  ^ VOL,; 12  GREENWOOD,   B. C.,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST  7,   1908.  No. 48  okafa  I  Green  --  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Headquarters for  fit  ing.  We still have a few of,those good Refrigerators. They will be .sold at bargain prices."  A new line oi Imported Carpet Squares just  opened up.  Will be spld cheap.  We carry a Big Range of Childrens'Go-  carts and Carriers. Drop, in .and see the latest  Steel Collapsible���Folds in one motion,   y  T. IB  faHBBHE  & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  Greenwood, B.C.  *,  *<  -> *-  ��� ta  Artistic completeness,   Art,  Genius,  and Skill, have  in combination produced a Corset that is  beautif ul - -in  every line, graceful in every  curve.  i  It is distinguished for the charm of  its style and beauty of construction  I  They are worth, from  per pair     - :       s  GARTER     MODELS     A  75c  to $2.25  SPECIALTY.  RENDEIL&CO  Dry Goods. Millinery  GREENWOOD  SENDS $500  To the Relief of Fire-swept  Fernie���Other Towns of  the Pass are Left  CITY COUNCIL.  '��^wA1rf��V'v*-^*>--\NW'W<w'W',J  fc  r*':  <><X>-O<>00-O00000-!>0000����H>0<>0<>��-C'K>0000��  Did you Notice the Well  Dressed Menonth  f\  Invariably you will find the following cut  in their inside coat pocket  Be sure to look for the above eat when buying Semi-  Ready Cloth in?. The price is also stamped on  the label. You can purchase a suit from us the  same price as they are sold in Montreal.  GET WISE.' We have Seventy-five Suits of Navy  and Black Serges on the way out. Don't neglect  securing one of-this lot. Thev are the Latest.  Prices run, $20, $25, $28 and $30.  D  i ���  A  U  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men's Wear in Greenwood  ��<K>00<>00<>0��0-C>00-0<>00-00-6<><>0-00<^^  Feruie. Tlie latest.reports from  the stricken Crow's Nest Passdis-  trict-while they are more hopeful  than couM possibly expected from  (he earlier stories of tha week, reveal a disaster, the tragical meaning of whicli iy is  quite   impossible to appreciate. Fernie is one  mass of wreck and as yet it is not  within tiie limits of possibility to  state the loss of life entailed.  '������   By a press correspondent cuver-  ing thejrrbuud, the. facts  given  are these: Fernie   is   gone, Hosmer is slightly injured and is safe,  Michel is untouched but   still  in  danger.     Unless   such   a  -��*ind  comes up as we bad on  Saturday  therejs no cause   for. apprehension though there is still   ample  occasion for careful watching,es-  pecially in the MichelQlocality.  , The tumult and the .shouting  dies .down- and. one  can take a  quiet look at the -situation   as a  whole.   In very   brief   recital, a  forest, fire started on   the   Cedar  Valley company's limits near Lizard creek, made a clean sweep of  Fernie, the sawmills and lumber  and the raw material of the lumber industry in the Crow, -wiped  out the lives of % number of people and seriously threatened   the  towns of Hosmer and Michel.,  y If one counts the value of   the  standing timber that is destroyed  the damage must run into   seven  or eight millions.    Yesterday the  ascertained loss of life totalled,16  ^jersons.^ ;���;���"-.'--;;--*-r---';-;-   ��� --������-������; ���  .   To attempt to picure the awful  desolation that has been wrought  in the.Crow is useless. To recount  the stories of the heroism displayed by railroad men and numbers  of citizens of the ruined or threatened     towns   is    also   beyond  our limits.    But of  Turtle,   the  Mayor of Fernie, everyone should  kno*w.   He is now thehead of the  entire relief   organization work.  When the fire burst in on Fernie he  managed to get to the pest-house,  which was one of  the buildings  destroyed, before it caught.- The  News   correspondent  tells    his  story:-  He gathered up the little baby  of-Mrs. Fisher, who was suffering  from smallpox, and also got the  mother away to safety. His clothes, all that he had in'the world  for the mument, were burned off  his back in doing, this act of heroism. The Victoria Cross was won  for less valor and the King-Edward medal should be his fitting  reward. No one,' to whom these  tidings come, will fail to shout  when he hears of them; brave  Tuttle ; good man, true and tried.  By some manner of means, the  railway line has beeu kept open.  Today Fernie will b> attending  largelv to the distribution of its  own food and clothing supplier  and to the neesls of its inhabitants  The erection -.f temporary structures has already been started anti  with the spirit that has made tho  Crow what it is, Fernie is. claim  iag the distinction of being tu  most cheerful-ruined city ou   tht  map.  The local relief committee  of  which Mayor Bunting is chairman yesterday reported their  work practically completed. In  spite of the untoward conditions  under which this camp has beeu  for the past nine months the subscription list circulated was received generously and a total of  $400 was subscribed which with  the $100 given by the council  mrfkes Greenwood's contribution  iu script $500. Beside this large  quantities of good clothing were  collected by the ladies' cornmif-  l ees and others -who bad the matter in hand. Speaking of tbe  work done in this way, Mayor  Bunting for the committee wished  to thank the various committees  for the excellence of  their work  Mayor Bunting, Aldermen Sutherland, Fleming, Meyer, Mortimer and Gulley were present at  Monday's Council meetihg.  L. Craufurd, of the Nelson  Iron Works asked that^heir water rule be reduced, the **ater uot  being used for manfactmiug purposes. .-,.    : -  .  A tender of $300 for a.hook and  ladder wagon was received from  Kinney and McDbnaJd.y  A settlement was offered by the  Phoenix Water C*>. f Jr' damage  to Providence Creek main by  washout from1 Marshall Lake.  The amount being ~ insufficient  the matter was referred to the  City Solicitor.   ������'������]    ���  The Fire Departments bill of  expense lor a false alarm turned  in from box 24 was $20J  Twenty-four curb boxes were  reported ordered from CraneJ Co.  and the extension of the ' water  main on Governmeut street completed. .. . .  The Council ordered the employment of an extra night watchman  as protection against fire. His  wages are $3 a shift.   :  The South end and Deadwood  street bridges were in need of repairs and Kenneth McKenzie will  do the necessary work.  John Mulhern. was - granted 10  day's leave of absence.-  Atthe next meetiug of the  Council, bylaws to amond the fire  protection by-law and the street  by-laws will be introduced. The  customary notice was given.  The following(.accounts were  ordered paid :   -yy  BOUNDARY MINING  FISH AND GAME.  Exploratory work on the Mou-  tezuma claim of the Domiuion  Copper is providing very encouraging, according to Superintendent Rundberg, who expects it  will be a shipper within a few  months.  The directors of the Skylark  Development Company, Limited,  held a meeting in town -on Tuesday evening. No information has  been given oui. for publication,  but it is understood the probabilities of resuming operation at the  "Skylark mine were considered.  -Pioneer. v '  Four of the. eight turaic^s at  the Granby smelter were blown  out on Tuesday for the purpose  of making connections with the  new blower pipe which has recently beeu completed. This new pipe  will take the place of the*one now  ii use, and when all the furnaces  are connected up with ifc the old  .pipe will be torn out to make  room for the lengthening of tbe  furnaces. This new pipe is above  the old one.  A. D. Hallett ,:'..;,;......  ...:|zo 55  B. C. Times.....'".'... .'<......  -'...' .13 5P  Rnssell-Liiw-Caulfield Go... ..  ....   6 6o  Kinney & McDonald......j..  Hunter-Kendrick Co. .-'.���.. ���'...  .... 41 37  ....    i 50  Bubar & McKay .. ���-;.........  W. H'. Moore  .....  A. A. "Frechette .'..;...  ���Hardy & Co...........;...  . ������-'..- -.   ��� ���.��� -   .J,-,-,.  ....  12 86  .... 29 75  ....       75  ....'������ 3 99  The new sub-station being  put in at the Mother Lode by the  West Kootenay Power and Light  Co. completed this morning and  the transformers coupled up to a  20,000voltage direct from Bonnington Falls. Tomorrow morning the two compressors' will be  turned over together with the  current and 'the compressor air-  will supersede the steam plant for  hoisting purposes iu the mine.  Steam will then be used only for  heating at the Mother Lode. The  completion of these improvements  means a certain,steady and abundant supply of power for the  mines.  and the great   interest they had  shown ia it.  Ofthe money collected, $300  was wired yesterday to Mayor  Fink, of Cranbrook, the ' balance  being spent according to his instructions in purchasing children's and ladies' clothing locally.  The extent of the work being-done,  it is difficult to appreciate but it  will certainly tax the resources  of the geueral committee in Cranbrook to the limit to relieve the  distress occasioned by the fire.  . Ciddeo's Statement  The execution of Francesco  Ciddeo, at Kamloops on x Friday  morning last was preceded by the  reading of a statement made by  the condemned man to Father Pe-  coul, his father confessor. The  execution which should have taken place at 8 o'clock was deferred  until 9.15 to allow replies from  Ottawa and Victoria. No reprieve  was granted the pris jnor and after again affirming his innocence  and asking that something might  might be done for his wife and  family who were in Italy and in  need, the little Italian suffered  with his life for all that he had  done;  ���'.- In. his statement,, Ciddeo connects Movarelli, who was arrested  and held for six months after the  outrage with Mrs. King and  another man Caglisto with Miss  King. He was aware of the powder being taken into the hotel  and having some trouble with  the other Italians over the.time  taken to place ity had tried to  warn King- of his danger. He,  Ciddeo had been drunk and boisterous and King paid no attention  while the women also failed to hear  him. While knowing about the  powder he claims to be innocent  of the crime and states that the  others made him take a solemn  oath over crossed daggers never  to speak a word about the matter.  They also gave him $20 with instructions to board a train going  to Salt Lake City and Ciddeo  states that the first he heard of  the burning of the hotel was from  an Italian in that city.  As will be seen, the statement  strongly Implicates tbe other two  men, while it by no means clears  Ciddeo, who certainly knew of  the danger threatening the house  and was evidently one of the party concerned in the outrage.  A small but enthusiastic coterie  of fishermen turned up at the  meeting of t1ie Fish and Game  Assfciation oa Friday night last,  the other m< inbers doubtless being too busy preparing for Sunday's fishing to attend the meet,  ing for the protection of their  sport.  Tne Association instructed that  Hon. F. J. Fullon be wired re  ���the appointment of Deputy Game  Wardens and itself decided to  offer $10 reward each for the first  three convictions under the Fish  Laws.  The secretary was instructed to  write E. Spraggett, Grand Forks,  as to the starting of a Protective  Association in that district.  The reward of $25 offered last  year for a conviction under tbe  Game Act was repeated. Notices  of the Game Act are .being printed and posted generally  over the district so that ignorance will be no excuse for infraction of he law. It is very necessary that measures of this kind  should be taken to protect the  game and to ensure the contin-  uanoe of the sport in the district.  MACHINISTS AT  EHOLT OUT  on  Twenty Men   at   Eholt  Strike with C.P.R. Machin  ists from Coast to Coast  Hot Weather Last Month.  The month of July just past  has been the hottest on record at  Greenwood for five years past,  with the exception of WCft, which  was slightly higher, However,  the week ending July 25th is  without exception the warmest in  the above period, the maximum  average being 95.93 and the minimum 56.58, giving a mean temp,  of 76.01 degrees for seven days.  The highest temperature recorded in the month was 103   in   the  ���  shade, on July 23rd at noon.  In spite of a warm July, the  summer as a whole will probably  present a nprmal average, as the  months of May and June.,are.thr.ee  and four degress below, the corresponding period last year. In  observations extending over five  years the yearly mean temp, has  been fouud-to | vary but two or  three degrees, notwithstanding  great changes in any one month.  The temperatures for July- for  several years follow:  The men at the Eholt shops of  the C.P.R. walked out on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock along  with the other mechanical employees from St. Johu to Vancouver. AU Eholt about 20 men  are affected, these being carmen,  blacksmiths, machinists and helpers. One* man, a carman at  Greenwood, is also out.  As yet there are no local signs  of the company's fighting the  the strike, lt is understood that  company is making preparations  however, to fight the issue and  that preparations are being made  at Eholt to use one of the company's houses there as a boarding  house.  Coming on the top of- the . disr  Organization of the   fuel service  on the   Crow,  the   machinist's  strike has caused a touch of uneasiness.    Coke,   however,  is yet  coming in freely, thirteeen cars  having arrived this morning to be  added lo a considerable   reserve  supply at the smelter,   in view  pf the fact that the great rush of  the "wheat crop is almost on   the  railroads, it is certain that no tie-  up of the  entire  transportation  service of the country will be permitted.    Either the company will  be in a position absolutely to win  out or an  early settlement   will  be effected.  Average  Lowest  Average  Uig-best  General  A ver ante  July.  1905   ....49.35  87 25  68 80  July.  1906   ..,.51 28  .9128  7128  July,  1907..,..  ...45 97  90 42  69.69  July,  1908   ...51 49  90 24  70 89  Kinney and McDonald are preparing to erect one of the most  completely fitted blacksmith and  carriage shops in the interior.  They have purchased the corner lot along side 'their present  location and are already at work  on the fouudation. The building  will be 25x75 feet and the entire  plant will be electric illy equipped   The C.P.R. station at Midway  was burned early on -Monday  morning, Howard Stevenson, the  agent, saving the records^of the-  company but none of bis own  household goods. His own loss  included $100 in money. Mrs.  Stevenson and their child were in  Greenwood visiting. A great  many friends in Greenwood will  regret not only their loss in this  misfortune but the transfer of  Mr. Stevenson to New Denver*  it being understood that he-- has  decided to-accept the offer of the  company's agency at the Lucerne  of America.  A C.P.R. car containing W. R.  Mclnnes, general freight traffic  manager of the C.P.R. at Montreal, his assistant at Winnipeg,  J. B. Lannigan and A. E. Lar-  mour, the district general freight  agent was in camp on Wednesday,  the officials being on a trip.of inspection.  At-ffust 7t'j,'08  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The  following table Rives the Die shipments nt Boundary mines for I'W, yXJl, 1902, 1003,  1904, 1905, 1906 and 1907, as reported to the Greenwood Times���  Mink.  Granby Mines   Snowhlioe   B. C Copper Co....  Mothei Lode   It. C. Mine   Emma   Oro Denoro   Bonnie Belle.   Dom. Copper Co  ItrotiMyn-Slcm.  Idaho   . Rawhide   Sunset   Mountain Ri��e,  Alhlrstan   .Morrison.-   K. Bell.   Senator   Hrcy Topic.   N'o. 37   Reliance   Sulphur Kin-f   Winnipeg   Golden Crown   ICin-r SoIoiik n   IJiK Copper   No. 7 Mice   City Of Paris _... .  Jewel.   Riverside,   Carmi   Sally   Rambler   Butcher Hoy   Duncan   Providence-.   Elkhorn. :    .  Strathmore   Golden Eag-le .   ...  Preston   Prince Henry    Skylark.   Last Chance   E. P. U. Mine...  Hay   Mavis..    Don Pedro...   Ceescent   Helen   Ruby.   Republic   Miscellaneous...  Tolal. ions...  Smelter    tre:ttin.  Granby Co���.    .  B.C. Cor   -rTo  1900  64^3**  29"  5,340  19,494  mu  231,762  1,741  99,034  47,405  650  1902        1903 1904 1905'  3097858  39>,718   j49,703   653,889  20,800    71,212             1906 1107  801,404   613,537  8,426   135.0CI  1908  670,566  367  Past  Week  ���16,000  141,326  14,811  8,530  138,079  19,365  22,937  15,537  174,298   147.576  37.960  16.4CO  9.485  3,007  20  105.90C  1.4.S8  11.504  3.177  32,350     55,731  802       7,455     ��5.731  1,200  550  1,076  2.250 '  IU)  1, 40  875  665  2.000  350  150  785  625  432  2.060  890  219  5,616  3.339  M0  3��3  2,435  3,070  3,250  1,759  4.5-6  3,450  222  364  33  25,108  3.056  4,747  1,833  33  150  140.6'*.')  2,960  26,032  4ft,390  3,5.v>  208,231  1,-12  18,274  14,->81  43,29a  12,2-3  61,173  31.27J)  31,258  83,674    10,406  29,79J     8,6S0  4,338  10,704  3.087  350      �����  l,S-!4  651  649  9*'3  4 0  167  .<..!��  81)  3,456  'X.jfjil   .W.M-l)  325 500  5IH.S76  6'Hi.ll9  tn -  t.2 3S7  230328  117,611  212,340  U^fcOO  401.*>21  162.913  132370  586  90  30  145  30  106  fu  120  79  76  9  IS  40  72<j  770  1,140  700  325  ISO  40  '20  20  140  2o  55  60  15  5*  535  s:<9  224  50  6S*"  300  2-5  73  20  i   ���*.'  ���X)  SO  45  30  S3  60  20  750  500  829,8(18  933,5481,11-1,537  1,148.237  779,050  33,314  596,252  687/'88  82S.879  637,626  605.3"^  219,484  210,830  123,840  341.052  116,421  iv-oi  30,930  84,059  218,811  1-A439  20,IJj  3,��-*8  :-������'<��� .'.i-  -���I'-'jsa  -Ym  Yyim  :Y'YHm  -. ��� '"*-;*?w*i  ��� rYi-^'im  .yytm  \*:*|k|  ���m  YYym  -'������.���'^���iYki-  ���''���������rjfc&l  SasS  :Y;m  Fred J. Wilton in "Faust"  Total  r-.d.toi(l     --2,389    348,439-460,9*0   697,404   837,666   982,8771,172,4031,233,017  ^r-m ipfpg!  THE  BOUNDARY GREEK TIMES  "M'?  Or"*  (F*-  Xr*  <5=*<  (?-**<  ���J****-.  <P*<1  -2=<  <P**<  ���5=**  (/=**���  <3-**<  f^ft^^^^im^^m^m^mmTOm^i  ..Bank of Montreal  Rest .....$11,000,000.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. President:   Lord Strathcona and Moont .Royal, G. C. M. G.  President:   Sir Gkorgb A. Drummond, K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :  E. S. Clouston,  Branches in London, Eng. I <^ri-.pr��i&a New York, Chicago.  Grant Commercial an.  Buy and aetl Sterling- Exchange aud Cable Transfers  Travellers'Credits, available In any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch.    W.. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  UF.AD   OFI'ICI-:, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  ESTABLISH III)  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 arid upwards are received and interest allowed at current  rates.    Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more  persons, withdrawals to be made by any one of the  .number or by the survivor. *"*  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager  -   -    -   -   Greenwood  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptbtjc.  Cable Address:      ���' Haliktt."  ( Bedford M'Neill's  Codes -\ Moreing A Neal's  Grmbhwood, B.O'  Lelber's  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1. O.O. F.  Meets erery  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 In the  I. ��. O. F. Hall.    A cordial fnvi unionise**:  blended to all sojourning bretbern.  S. STORER D. A. MACDONALD  N. G. V. G.  A. JAYNES, Rec. Sec.  CBie  Boundary Creek Times  issued Every Tridav  BY THB  Boundary CreeK Printing and Publishing  Co., Limited.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pun Ykak ,....    2 00  Six Months  1 25  To Foreign Countriks _  2 SO  Editor  A. D. Macfarlane  ...... u.-UFH-.J-  '  FRIDAY. AUGUST 7,1908  the-more inaccessible portions -of  the riding.  That speech has: made at least  one issue clear. The Conservative policv is to restrict the franchise to the more favored portions  of the riding. The Liberal policy is to give every man in the  district an opportunity to exercise  his franchise.  A CLEAR ISSUE.  Mr. Martin Burrill is paid by  the Government of tbe Province  ol British Columbia to deliver  lectures on fruit growing. Mr.  Burrill is the nominee ot the  Conservative party in the district  of Yale-Cariboo. Mr. Burrill enjoys variety aud notwithstanding  anything in the Civil.Service Act  he sometimes abandons his campaign horticultural, for a campaign political.  The militant and military editor of the Hedley Gazette has  been working overtime keeping  track of the lightning changes  of his hero. This issue contains  a report of a lecture on Fruit  growing and impressions of a trip  to England with possibly some  references to Codlin moth and San  Jose Scale ; the next is a fiery  description of a speech by the  Conservative candidate in which  one Duncan Ross is execrated and  almost annihilated.  According to the Gazette Mr.  Burrill was able to disiegard his  duties as lecturer for the nonce  aud attend the Conservative Convention at Nelson where he assisted his Kootenay political  friends in nominating that particular friend of labor, A. S.  Goodeve.  Mr. Burrill delivered 'a speech  at Nelson. It was a good speech  from a Conservative point of view.  If there was any reference to fruit,  it was of the dead sea variety.  The Hedley Gazette states that  he made a telling point when he  shewed the inconsistency of Duncan Ross on the Aylesworth bill,  that while Mr. Ross claimed there  was not time to distribute ballot  boxes betweeu nomination and  polling days in Yale-Cariboo, vet  he supported a clause in the bill  which provided for compiling new  voter's lists between the issue of  the writ and polling day.  Now Mr. Ross did nothing of  the kind and if Mr. Burrill or the  editor of the Gazette had read  the bill passed by parliament they  would know that there is no such  provision in it.  The speech, however, notwithstanding such inaccuracies serves  a useful purpose in showing-where  Mr.   Burrill   and    the    Gazette  stand iu reference to the election  in Yale-Cariboo.    They are both  iu favor of   an   election   on   the  same day as the general election.  This is only natural because it is  characteristically a Tory doctrine  that the franchise should be exercised by as few people  as   possible, "and the holding of an election in Yale-Cariboo on the same  day as the general election must  necessarily mean that  only such  as are convenient to the railways  would have an opportunity of exercising   their   franchise.      The  pioneer, the pathfinder,those -who  have   taken   possession   of   the  hinterland in the great district of  Yale-Cariboo, are to be punished  if Mr.   Burrill   and   the Gazette  are to have   their   way.    Accor-  ding-to these Apostles of Ancient  Toryism if a man lives   in   Kamloops, or Okanagan or   Similkameen or   Greenwood   or   Grand  Forks he will have an   opportunity to exercise his . franchise, but  if he has taken up a home in the  Nechacho Valley or the vicinity  of Stewart Lake, or on the   upper stretches of the   Fraser or on  the distant   parts   of   Chilicotin  sufficient time must not be given  to enable ballot boxes to be   sent  to a convenient place where he can  cast his ballot.    In Yale-Cariboo  Mr. Burrill and his friends stand  for a franchise restricted to those  who dwell within the   older   let-  tied portion of the district.     Mr.  Ross and the Liberal   party   believe that every   British   subject  i-i Yale-Cariboo of the full age of  21 years and  otherwise  qualified  is entitled to   his   vote   whether  grit or tory, whether Jew or Gentile, whether   he   resides in   the  north or ia the south, in east or  it. the   west,   whether he   lives  on a railway or has ventured into  The. terrible distress heaped upon the Pass towns by the unthinkable disaster of Saturday  and Sunday last is calling forth  the most generous sympathies of  the Boundarv people. The Crow  has been one long valley of remarkable optimi sm and bravery  and its homeless people today deserve not only all the sympathy  but all the assistance, the peo-  pie of the entire: province can  give them. The heroic measures  undertaken by the Mayor and people of Cranbrook and in conjunction with them by the Mayor and  people of Nelson will meet with  an echo of approval and co-operation not only in the large cities  of the Coast but in Greenwood  and the smaller cities of the Interior.  An account of the relief measures undertaken is given elsewhere. But the- suffering that  must be endured and the meaning  of the loss of a hundred lives is  quite beyond the appreciation eveu of people more fortunately situated than the inhabitants of  the burned  towns.  The disaster, perhaps, teaches  us our great interdependence.  The prosperity of the Grow means  to a great extent, the prosperity  of the Boundary. Our industries  are connected inseparably and it  is hoped that after the thought  of the fire has been forgotten, the  people of the two sections of the  province will see and remember  their oneness.  The assistance offered locally  is gratifying. And the assistance now offered need only be the  beginning of the co-operation  that will build in all Southeastern British Columbia a strong  settled community of almost unlimited resources.    ������  President, Dafiny Pean'e'-;;^"Vice-  President, W. Hughes;-Secretary,  W. J. Louttit; Treasurer^ yA. H.  Johnson; luvocator, L. McKel'yey;  Warden, W. F. Libby; Scninel,  J. Brypon; Picket, C. Hagan.     >  The,. Dominion Gbverhmierit  will attempt to preserve the ifpr-  ests about Kamloops as ay means'-  of keeping their water supply;  Provincial Items.  Kelowna now has a cigar factory with a force of nine hands.  The.judicial committee of the  Privy- Council h as all owed : the  appeal-of the Province of British  Columbia against the decision of  Justice Clemeat of the British  Columbia Supreme Court on the  question of provincial jurisdict"  ion ia divorce involved in the  case of Watts vs. Watt.  - British Columbia, Canada's  Land of Promise on the-Pacific,  is the title of a handsome illus-  trated pamphlet issued by the  Dominion Government last week.  Its information of the province  is put carefully, accurately and  succintly.  The Vernon Okanagan is conducting a popularity contest. It  will send eight ladies as its guests  to the New Westminster exhibi-  bition in October.  Ralph A. Lyon, of Baltimore,  his just compiled "A Pocketful  of Limericks." One of the best  is as follows:  The poor benighted Hindoo,  He does the best he kindoo;  He sticks to caste  From first to last;  For pants he makes his skindoo.  back   if  smiles.  his past is lighted with  Just   about   the   time  a man  learns to live he has to quit.  ^lANDBOOK.  (New Xdition issued March, 1908.)  .'-. Si ze :   Octavo.   Pages:   1228.  Chapter** : 25.  Scope: The Copper Industry   of  the  --�� Y  World.  Covering?; Copper History. Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralolgy,  Miriing.Miflingr, Leaching, Smeftinp,  Refining', Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines in Detail, Statistics ofvProduction, Consumption, imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends;  e!c.    . .'"���''.'...-  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the .  ���1  Brain Leaks.  Will wins where wish fails.  The church has   no   monopoly  of hypocrisy.  Destiny is the excuse men offer  for failure.  The heirs seldom look for  ihe  taint-on an inheritance..  ���  Reforms.worth while   are  dom performed   over night.  sel-  A man. can look a long way  ooo-oooooooooooo-ae-ooooeooo-a  Sutnmerland will have a paper,  Publication will be commenced  this month.  Ihe fruit growers at Grand  Forks will organize a Fruit Grower's Association.  It is expected that trains "will  run through the C.P.R. spiral  tunnel at Field on New Year's  Day.  H.  The Miner needs the book for the  facts it gives him regardi 'j Geology,  Mining, Copper Deposit- - �� Copper  Mines,       "'���������'/���  The Metallurgist needs the book for  the facts it Rives him regarding copper milling,' leaching, smelti g, and  refining.  The Copper Consumer needs the book  for every chapter it contains. It tells  what and explains how and why.  The Investor in Copper Shares cannot afford to be without it. The Cop-,  per Handbook gives statistics and gen  eral information on one hand, -with  thousands of detailed mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper  mines of the entire world, and the 40  pages of, condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more than the price  of the book to each and every owner of  copper mining shares.  Price : $5.00 in Buckram with gilt  top, or $7.50 in full library morocco.  Terms : The most,liberal. -Send no  money, but order the book-sent yott,  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 SHEI/DO NBUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  Do You Open four Mouth  Liko a young bird and gulp down whaft-  :verfoodor medicine maybe offered you V  Or, do you want to know somothing of the  composition and character of that which-  vou take into your stomach whether as  food or medicine?  -Most Intelligent and sensible people  now-a-daya Insist on knowing what they  omptoy vhotker as fqpd or as medicine.  Dr. Plerco bellovcs they have a perfect  rthvtoi-wtet upon such knowledge. So he  publishes.-taiadcast and on eacb bottle-  wrapper, whatJTSTiwdiclnes are made of  an<rve*^esJtpmcte>��alfi> This he feels  he can weUJfford to do because thn n-pro  ,the ingredients of which his medicines  are'made are studied and understood the  more wiir-Uielr superior curative virtues  Gpps52a��3��  For the cure ol woman's peculiar weaknesses, irregularities and derangements,  giving rise to frequent headaches, backache, dragging-down pain or -distress in  .ower abdominal or pelvic region, accompanied, ofttlmes, with a debilitating,  pel"f��, {-Uarrhal drain and kindred symptoms of weakness, Dr. Pierce's- Favorite  -Ic-rescrlption is a. "most efficient remedy.  It Is equally effective in curing painful  periods. In giving strength to nursing  mothers and in preparing the system of  the expectant mother far-baby's coming,  thus rendering childbirth safe and comparatively painless. --. The "Favorite Prescription*- ia a most potent, strengthening  tonic to the genera] system and to the  organs distinctly feminine in particular.  It is also a soothing and invigorating  nervine and cures nervous exhaustion,  nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria,  spasms, chorea or Si. Vltus-a dance, and  other distressing nervous symptoms attendant upon functional and organic diseases of the distinctly feminine organs.  A host of medical authorities of all the  several schools of practice, recommend  each of the several Ingredients of which  "Favorite Prescription" Is made for the  cure of the diseases for which it is claimed  to be a.cure. Yoii may read what they  say/or iA>ur��eV by sending a postal card  request for a free booklet of extracts  from the leading authorities, to Dr. E, V.  Pierce, Invalids- Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N- Y., and it will coma to  vou by retain post.  Af THE CHURCHES  Presbyterian���Services will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a.m,  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Methodist��� Rev.  F. J. Bmherf-rd  _** w.  B.A., will conduct set vises as usual at  Methodist Church morning and eveniug  Services- every Sunday, morning and  t  Sunday School at 3.  Pacific Hotel  Grikg& Morrison, Prop.   ���  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  *V*."V* *** *T*  m* *m  *T* *���* *V*  Cathouc���Church   of   the   Sacre*  Heart.���-Divine   service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each  month.    Holy ,  mass at 10 a. m.; -{gapers and benedic-'_-|  tion  at 7:30 p.  m.; Sunday school a1*' -  2:30 p.ni. Rev.-J. A. Bedard, O. Ml I.-  * *  pastor. _, <���  " * i  Church of England (St. Jude's)���',  Every Sunday, Morning and evening.  Matins, 11 a. m. Evensong, 7:30 p. m..  Sunday school, 10 ,a, m. Holy - Communion, 1st; 3rd and 5th' Sundays at 8���  a. m; 2nd and 4th Sundays after Matins at 11 a. m. Saints'" Day services  as announced' in Church. Mother  Lode mine first Sunday, at 3p,'n-*.  Eholt, second Sunday, at 3:30 p. nf.  R v. F* Vernon Venables, Vicar. *  St. Joseph's School  NELSON, B. G  P  ARE NTS who wish  to secure* for  solid and refined education will do well  to consider the advantages' the Convent School, Nelson, offers. -  The Convent is large and commodious and a large number of Boarders  can be accomodated. The School Ib  superintended and taught by the Sis-A  teis, who have much experience in  training and educating children.  . The course of study comprises Christian Doctrine, Grammar, Geography,  Arithmetic, English and Canadian  History, Stenography, Bookkeeping,  Typewriting, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, Needlework, Vocal and Instrumental Music, French   and  Hygic ic  For further particulars apply to���  Sister Stjperior,St. Joseph'-s Schooi.  Nelson, B. C.  -  Ladies' Calling Cards,Hol-  land   Linen, can  be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.-,  L  COMMERQAL  HOTEL Greenwood  .Rooms 25c and 50c a Night  M/GILLIS  At Winlock, Wash*., 40 Greeks  imported by tbe O'Connell Lumber Co. were run out at the point  of the pistol.  The Grand Fork's Board of  Trade has reorganized. ���*Sidewalks and sewage systems are  their first troubles.  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  ���'���'.'.'���'���   -  Dealer in- iall Muds' of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber,Mouldings,  "vyindows* Doors,  Stringles, Bricks,  ��� Cement,    etc.,   etc.  ~    ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   :   B. X.  y     .;   PHONE tf 5.  00000-tK>000-0-0<>0049^X>0-&00<>e<>0  Margaret Mclnnes is the name  of the first baby girl in Bulkley  Valley. Her parents are Archibald Mclnnes and wife.  The Phoenix Order of Owls  have ejected thefollowingofficers:  President,   David   Oxley;    Past  013CIC    sensation.  WaJCll Pl-^e.  T��a��.     tut  2270 .,..:.��� �� . .  Everybody  Agrees  that COD  LIVER OIL and IRON  are  beyond question the greatest medicines known. Then why does not  everybody *-ake Cod Liver-Oil and  Iron? Simply because most people  cannot take the Oil and few can digest  the Iron in any ordinary form. These  difficulties have been entirely removed  by the introduction of FERROL, in  which the Iron is scientifically combined with the Oil, rendering the Oil  palatalble arid the Iron digestible.  While ���'".'  Close toy the Smelter.  The Best Appointed Working men's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.    Hot and  Cold Baths.  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole ofthe Oil)  and is,richer in oil than any other  emulsion, and while it contains just the  right quantity of the best form of Iron  and Phosphorus, it is so scientifically  prepared that not one person in a thousand finds ruiy "trouble in taking it,  and infants digest-it without difficulty.  Moreover the well-established value of  the Oil and Iron is immensely  enhanced by the process of manufacture, and as the formula is freely exposed it is not to be wondered at that  physicians everywhere have fully  endorsed FERROL.and used it largely  in their practice. FERROL is invaluable for the treatment of any kind of  Lung; or Bronchial troubles, while for  wasting diseases it. has no equal, and  "You Know What  You Take"  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OLA LOFSTAD Proprietor  Dear Mother  Your little ones are a comtant care in  Fall and Winter weather. They will  catch cold. Do you know about' Shiloh's  Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it has done fot so many ? It ia said  to be die only reliable remedy for all  cEseaaes of -the air passage* in children.  his absolutely harmless and pleuant.ta  take. It is guaranteed to one or your money  is returned. The price is 25c per bottle,  ���mdaUdeaWsinraedianeijell 314  SHILOH  Tteiem^-~IiouMfem WW household.  ^Tndsor H��te^  McCLIMG and GOODEVE Proprietors.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.   Lighted   throughout -with electric lights.  First-class Bax, v ��� Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT:  X-fr^4-*4��--fr-fr44��*fr^ a  ���J*  4-  4-  *  *       :  *  IDlectric current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting*, Heating- and  Ventilating^ Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compres-  sing plants^ with an absolute  guarantee of conticucus power  service for operating.  m  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  4.1  **** ^4>'%^4rfW*^^^**^^^^^^^^ THE - BOUMDARY-taSEEK  TIMES  Fruit Industry  v y  ��� Superiorliy ol B. C Fruit  The "Keren-ieos Trumpet" in a  recent issue has the following :  " "The Bast, Kke j��ll old c m-  munities, learns of tbe superlative advantages of other districts  slowly aad jealously, yet the rays  . of knowledge are gradually filtering through the mist of prejudice  that has befogged the minds of  'eastern people in regard to the  qualities of the truit grown in  British Columbia. . It is still urged against oue fruit that it is  inferior in quality to that ol Ontario and Nova Scotia, but even  that error is being dispelled. It  isiustructive to read what E. f.  Mclntyre says in the -Toronto  News in the third of 'a series of  articles ��n fruit. His topic is  "Canadian   Apples * iu   the   Old  .Country.'* After treating of Ontario, Nova Scotia, New York  and New, England apples he goes  on to speak ofthe Western States  and British Columbia.  'The Newtown Pippin is the  highest priced apple to be found  in British fruit shops. It is a  1-frge;   well  shaped  apple, and  ' looks very handsome in its delicate coloring of pale green and  gold,~ and its spotless surface  glistening like wax* It grows  mainly in California, Oregon and  Virginia, in which latter state it  is known as the Albemarle Pippin, lhe best samples come from  Oregon. They are wrapped in  paper like oranges, and carefully  sorted in graded sizes, and packed  in b>xes. A dealer buyiag a box  of Newtowns knows that he will  have no wastage and air tbe apples in the_box are true to grade.  The Newtown has a-pleasant  taste aid a mild, agreeable flavor.  "But the'fanciest of fancy   ap-  * **���-*������  pies it must be   admitted,   come  r  from British Columbia, Spitzen-  bergs, Kings, Spies and Baldwins  acquire in that favored province  a wealth of size and glorious coloring that is nothing short of  marvellous. The plumage of the  golden pheasant is scarcely more  gorgeous One can easily imagine them taking the lead in British markets against all competition once an export trade is developed. In flavor and quality  they do not quite reach our standard, but they are certainly not  inferior in these, regards to the,  apples of Oregon and California.  Seasonable Work in Orchards-  Prune' the cherry trees as soon  as the fruit is picked, as much as  necessary. This applies especially in the Coast sections. Let  sunshine and air into the centre  branches to^ mature and create  plump fruit spurs for the next  season. There is nothing to be  gained by growing useless wood  from now on. Also by removing  a certain per cent, of the foliage  to that extent the cambium making force is reduced and more  thoroughly   ripened* wood  with"  t  M��im����ir P��ip��ffo  ���!)$���������  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  NM  Where they Turn Out Copper���A Car a Day.  gumosis  is the  less chances for  result.  Mow the strawberry becC rake  off the fohoge and burn if infested with any kind of fungus or  pest. Otherwise leave for mulch  and add barnyard compost dressing wherever obtainable. In  places where crown borers have  been at worlj spray the plants  with lime and sulphur or Bordeaux, and make the bed unpalatable for the beetles whjch deposit their eggs at this season producing the larvae which does the  the injury to the plants next  spring.  Thin apples where too thickly  set", even at this late date, one  fruit to a fruit spur and* four to  six inches apart will produce the  largest and most salable specimens.��� Northwest Horticulturist. . ,.������'��� --'-.V  j    MINING   J  Creek times  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining District.  r  J  f The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  ���f The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  ���  f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News petting and Giving c&r * deliver the  goods.' .'-���-.  \ SEEi IF IT CAN'T.  ���"ft Subscribe For, Advertise In, Send Your-Job  Wort to the Boundary's  Leading Paper,  New York capitalists have taken ever and will operate immediately the Humming Bird; a property on the  North Fork    The  mine vr/ill be managed iby Charlie  Harrigan, who-during a recent  six month's lease of the property  shipped 487 tons which gave an  ayerage return of $26.66 per ton.  Haulage then cost $3 SO per ton  and smelter treatment $4.50 but  these charges are much reduced.  The property has 100 "feet of tunnel and 100 feet of shafting, and  the Kettle Valley railroad" runs  within a few feet ot.the tunnel's  mouth. Harrigan^ expects the"  mine to pay from the beginning.  This --makes three North Fork  properties working, the Golden  Eagle and the Little Bertha being  already in operation.  What Money Won't Do-  Money is a powerful factor  nbwla-days���  It will buy a position in the  world���but it can't buy the breeding necessary to the upholding of  that position.  It will buy the good things of  life^-but it can't buy the appetite to enjoy them.  It will buy superb cl&thes���but  it can't negotiate for the proper  knack in-wearing them.  It will buy a wife���but it can't  buy a-wbman&lQve.  vril  is particulaily suitable for  summer Use. When heating  cold meat, cam-fed meat or  pork arid beans; stir in a  little Bovril and notice the  difference. It >wil3 make the  food more tasty�� more nutritious and more digestible.  .Send a.post cardfor  new recipe booklet  "Tasty Dishes" to  27  BOVRIL LIMITED  ST. PETER STREET. MONTREAL  i s wi pin  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  ma^aaaamammm*aaaaaaanummmmta^mmmaa^^^^^^^^^^���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^t^m,''^m^m^^m^^**'l'm^am  DISTILLERY   00���   LTD,  New Westminister, B. C.  Greenwood Liquor Co., Agents, Greenwood  MRS. MURRAY, graduate in vocal  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 terms and further particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  S^00^0^O0OOOOOO'^**H)OOO^OOOO  CANADIAN  Pacifjc  \R AIL W A Y  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  '  Bri��tol Boy Mineral Claim, situate in Greenwood  Mining   Division   ol   Yale   District.  : Where located:   West Copper Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, James Edward  Schon, Free Miners' Certificrta No. B9580,  intend, sixty days froni the date Uere6f, toapply to the Mining- Recorder -for a Certifica'e of  Improvements, for the, purpose of obtaining- a  Crown Grant of,the above claim. :  And, further take notice that action, un !er  Section 37,  must  be  commenced  before  the  issuance of-such  Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this ISth day of Julv, A. D. 1998  JAMES EDWARD SCHON.  Land District-  of Yale.  District  SUMMER  EXCURSION RATES,  EAST  TAKE NOTICE that I, James Crawford, of  Park Rapids, Mlunesota.occnpation Far-  mer,lntend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands-.iCommencing at a  post planted at the North West corner of Lot  805 S, thence north 20 chitas;: thence east 80  chains: thence south 80 cbains; thence west  40 chaius, thence north 60 chains, thence west  40 chains to point of commencement, and con'  tainlng-400 acres, more or less.   - : '���  JAMES CRAWFORD.  Per Henry Strauss, Agent  Dated June 12th, 1908.    -  LAND NOTICE  Similkameen  Land District.  of Yale  District  MORTGAGEE SALE.  TAKE NOTICE thai I, Louisa I. Shaw, of  Gieenwood,B.C., occupation Housekeeper, j  Intend to apply for permission to purchase the  following described land recommencing at a post planted atthe North.  East corner of Lot' Na. 788S. thence East 80  chains; thence north 40 chains, thence west 20  chains, thence south 20 chains; theme west 40  chains; theace north 20 chaius, ihence west20  chains, thence sonlh 40 chains to point of com'  mencement, aud containing 240 acres more or  less.  LOUISA I. SHAW.  Per HENRV STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated July 13th, 1908.  UNDER and by virtuo-Of the powers con  talned in a certain Mortgage, which will  be produced at the time of sale, there .will be  offered for sal-- by public auction, at the Court  House, In the City of Greenwood, British Colombia, on Tuesday, the 4th day of August,  1908, at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon,  all and singular, those certain parcels or tracts  ,. of land and premises, situate, lying and being  in the town of Midway, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known and described as Lots 16 (sixteen) and 17 (seventeen),  in block 4*> (forty-five), iu the Subdivision of  Lot 501, Group I, of. the' Osoyoos Division of  Vale District, in the Province aforesaid, ac-  cctdlng to map or plan of said subdivision deposited in the Land Registry Office in the City  of Kamloops, and therein numbered 3 (three),  with the store and buildings thereon.  Dated at Midway, B.C, the 22ud day of June,  :1908.  C.J. LEGGATT,  Solicitor for Mortgagee,  Lawson Block, Midway, B. C."  For terms and con-tltlons-of sale, apply to  the Mortgagee's Solicitor. 42  The old Roman charioteers, ancK  k     heroes wounded by wild beasts in the now  ^.ruined Colosseum at Rome, anointed their  Jfwounds with secret balms made from the roots  '"^nd h9rbs of the field.   Instinct tells us to rub a  place that hurts, and in Zam-Buk, the great herbal  oalm, is found the ideal substance with which to rub.  Zam-Buk differs from ordinary salves, ointments,  etc., in ihe important fact that.it contains no trace  1 of any mineral substance, and is also free from ani-  g md oil or fat. ^ It is composed ofthe finest herbal  essences and juices, and is so refined that the most  delicate skin can absorb it with beneficial effect.,  It  is at one and1 the. same time healing, soothing and  antiseptic.   It does more, does it better, and does it  in less time than any other known balm.  ECZEMA,  SCA* P SORES  AND ERUPTIONS CURED.  Mr. ftenry Harvey.of Cataraq**!, Ont, says '.���"I am gla�� to state that Zam-Bok  -o bas done all lt wns reconimendeU-l'* **~    ' *���* ��� *"* *-  times caused mo such acute pain tl  nucd for nearly two yoars, ant dulled l     msadedto me and, after a fair trial, I am g-lnd to revolt the sores uib quite cured.  .������._1��   .u ��... ��� ���*_.*.. J     I7.CM    13*1*1*   #AM   OAflln   Aljf%tk SAO   fl ��� ���  ** Of cao bas done all lt wns rccommende  wkMhat times caused mo such acute pain that 1 could not bear  OMtlnacd for nearly two years, ant dulled all remedies I tried.  mtadea to mo and, atter a fair trial, I am g-lnd to rex  can. strongly recommend Zam-Bnk for scalp di.****se8."  Mr. T. Bull, of Cooksville, Ont., eayf:���"I consider Zam-Buk splendid value. I  have used it on Burns. Pimples, Cuts and Sores, and bave found it to contain more  healing qualities than any preparation used before, and can recommend tt." ���  Mrs. Nellie Campbell, of Invei-ary, Ont, writes:���"I think Zam-Bok a -rplandid  iicalor. I had a bad spot of Eczema on one of my fingers that bothered me terribly. I  obtained a supply of Zam-Buk and, to my delight, it healed tbe Eczema very speedily.  I shall keep a supply of Zam-Ruk handy, as I think it such aa excellent teniedy. I  would not be without it in the house."  WHAT  ZAM  BUK cures:  scalds, eczema, pimple*,  Outs, bruises, burns,  __ ...    .  running tores, sore feet, poisoned wounds; festering sores, piles, btd legs, diseased ankles,  Abscesses', boils', ringworm, sore becks, scrotals,  itch, sore breasts, barber's rash, and nil in,'  injured or  all  diseased conditions of the skin.   From all drag-  gists, fiOepet box, or from Zam-Buk Co., Colborns  SUvet, Toronto, upon receipt of price.    6 bozo  If r��2.60.  FREE SAMPLE BOX.  Bend Wa eoopoa with yonr foil nuu aad  ���Idress and one cent stamp (to pay return  fMtafrt) to the Zam-Bok Oo., Coibonw Bt*xt.  Woronto, sod a fre�� eucpJ��lKi����i/SSsai-3tU-B-*jI  bamaDef jmo.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE       Y* ���  Boston Boy Fractional Mineral Claim, situate  in tbe Greenwood Mining Division of Tale  District, Where located: in Deadwood Camp  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. JR. Shaw, airent  for D. A. Cameron, Free Miner's Certificate  N��).-H,2��j; George Levsou, Free Miner's Certifi  cate No. 10,122; W. XV. Cral-f, Free Miner's Certificate No. 14465; J..W, Nelsou, Free Miner's  Certificate No 14287, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply >o the Mining- Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a CrowU Grant of tlio above  claim.  And further take notice that action,under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Uated this lSthday of June, A .D., 1908.  CM. SHAW, B.C.L.S  MINERAL, ACT.  the  Certificate of iinprovements.  NOTICE.  '���Columbus" Miueral   Claim, situated in  Greenwood Miniug Division of Vale District  Where located:   In Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICE That I. Isaac H. Hallett,  as ag-eat for J. F. Cunni ifham. Free  Miner's Certificate No. B6761, W. T. Smith,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B93G8, and E. J.  Roberts, Free Miner's Certificate No. B10655,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder or a Cert! ficate of Improvements, for tha purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim,  And further take notice that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issue-  ftnee of such Certificates of Improvements.  Daled this 30th day of Mav, A. D. 1903.  I. H. HALLETT.  E���P���9JCe.eilw00(*- to Winnlpee,  Fort William, Duluth, St. Paul-  Chicago, S7Z50 St. Lk>'.us,$67.50  New York,108.50 Toronto. 94.40  Montreal, 108.50 Ottawa, 105.00  St John.N B.120.90 Halifax 131.20  m> Syjlney,CB., $136.50  Tickets on sale May -4 and 18,  June 5, 6,19 and 20, July 6, 7. 22  and 23, August 6,7, 21 and 22,1908)  First class, Round Trip, Ninety  Day Limit  Rotates���These tickets are good  Via any recognized routes in one  or both directions, To destinations east of Chicago are good via  the Great Lakes. For further information, rates, Sleepi-- car  reservations, etc, apply (->  J. MOE,  D.P.A. Nelson  B.   R.  B.J.  A.G.P.A  RBDPATH  GREENWOOD  r jyle,  .   ncoaver  AGENT  oooooooooooooooo-oo^ooooooo  JustBecmjsb  it storms  dontoonflna  yourself  Indoom  PR  bodq;  comfoi  \*&  OlLEDd  MMiH  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  Fanny Joe Mineral Claim, situate In the Kettle  River Mining  Division   of Tale   District.  Where  located: Wellington Camp (South]  TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles H. Tve, Free  Miner's Certificate  No.  B10018, Intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, te apply lo the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining- a Crown Grant of  the above claim,  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be. commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 6th day of May, A. D. 1908. ���  CHARLES H. TYE.  Painting  Rouse, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting- and decor*  ating promptly done.  Uiaii Pc inring  And Halsc-mining  Send in you*  .-pringorden,.  6*?oJ)Xhotnp$on  Box 25S, GrcinvTood.  !S1kji Uuvcn-stent street.  Snynopsis of Canadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ^NY  even-numbered section   of   Dominion  Lands in Manitoba.   Saskatchewan   and  Alberta,excepting 8and 26,  ,lot rcservt!(i] mav ���  be homesteadedbv any person who is the sole  head of a family, or any male over IS years ot  aire, to the extent of one-quarter section of ISO.  acres, more or less.  Application for entry must be made in peraou  by the applicant at a Dominion Land A-rciicv  or Sub-airency for the district in which llie laud  Is situate. Entry by proxy may, however.be  made at any Ag-encyon certain conditions by  the father mother, son, daughter, brother or  sister of an Intending homesteader.  Duties���jl) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the laud in each year  for three years.  (2) A homesteader may, If lie so desires, perform the required residence duties by living on  farmlntr land own-;d solely by hiin, not less  than elg-luy i8(J) acres in extent, in the vicinity  of bis honestcad. He may also do eo by living  with father or mother, on certain conditions,  joint ownership In land will not meet this re-  ijalrement.  (3) A homesteader Intending to perform his  residence duties In accordance with the above  while living- with parents or on farming- land  owned by himself must notify the A^eutTor thu  district of such intention.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the interior  N. B.���Unauthorized  publication of this advertisement will not be paid for.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District-   District  . of Yale. ,  TAKE NOTICE that 1 Frederick Craw-  ford.of Park Kapida.Miniiesota.occupation  Farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the follow! nir described lands:  Commencing- at a post planted M) chains Xor  tberly from the North-west Corner of H  Strauss* Pre-emption, Lot No. 7S7S, thence  north 60 chains; thence west to- chains; thence  south 60 cbains; thence east 20 chains to point  of commencement, and containing 120 acres,  more or less.  FREDERICK CRAWFORD,  Per HENRY STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated the 15th dav of Februarv. 1W8.  M!NERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  i. 2 Fraction.. Nn. 6 Fraction and Hartford  Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood  Mining* Division of Yale bistrict. Where  located: Catoii C.iniy, West Fork of the  Kettle Kiver.  NOTICE tbat I. Robert D. Kerr,  rce .Miner's certificate No. UbSiiO acting  for myself .ind asaeent for James C Dale. Free  Miner's fertiticat* No. K1O104. and P. U. S.*  Stanhope. Fr.e Miuer's Certiticate So. 1"6667.  Intendsixtydays from the date hereof, toapi-ly  to the Minln-f Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a.  Cro<vn Grant of the above claim.  And fui titer tske notice tliat action under section 37, must be commenced before tbe issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements,  Dated this Eleventh dav of Mav, A.0.19O".  KOBERT D. K��RK  TA1  Fi  - .*-?��!*;���  iH  ���:���:���. :f.-m.  .'���'.'���r,:X{&  -'���*#*��"-I  .'���'���-.''Trtl'M  ���S$ffl  ~:. v.*?"*".!  " :-Y--m  ".������.'������������TOVf  .���-i.r.-'i-pr  !-;j':'--'-'*3J  ���������>. -    i-.&'Ja  YY-p'--zS��0&  '������-' '���"���''-;ifiv-'Sl  1 YiY&f��$l  .���  :~'Y&?p.  'Y'rYma  'r'-y&iM  -YYYlm  ' '���'���>Y-$Y>$\&i.M  :ylw  mm  ���y<�����m��  ������*--3&ga  ��� :'Y;"Yi[ii#i  .y':Y$-f  ���YYYwm  ���IIP1  'YYY$ym$M  ���V--'���*f?5��l  ���;>:^'-^L  ���'-i.Yy'i-tifiisYt  'Y'.ii-it/MM  '���'������\:k:&.mf  ���-'���  ���'.������i-'-��SSj  'rYYiigM  'Y'Ymm  ���'. --iiiyYmii  '; ���^:���.;���.-);^;^  '������'y.yfi-^n  mm  w  :-;yW  :'i'��5S$L*lti  '-Ymix  YYyY^M  YY^r^m  'urn  i'ysm  tYY'^Ym  YYiHttg  ���������.I.&-&9-  y-m  ��  0m  YYm  ��� Y-yiYm  'V---1  y^^yy^: vmi  .i,-..-'t.,-.,;-..'-;-,...uV.v-.*;.;  ':N.-  jti^^'-^jtaji-y^.t***. ���; -.���J-J./',  Myl^M?^^  THE    BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  js^^js^^s^^e-Hs^s;^^^^ -fsf^^^^��s^^����^w5^  IB  1  |  i  Arc dealers in Men's  Furnishings of Every  Description*    J��   3��  They carry the Clothes  that Fit���  THE BROADWAY  BRAND     X:       JZ  There are some fine  Stock-taking Bargains  in   our   Store    now,  -���%  I  u  <^^5����H5��>?5S<*2��-S-5��-S5^  Get the Genuine  Insist on  Pabst  Bottled   Beer  Don't be fooled by Spurious Imitations.  Greenwood Ciquor Co*  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  Every Article of  Household Furniture  is On Sale at  A. L. WHITE'S  For Prices  that will  surprise the most  parsimonious.    Are  you beyond that?  TRADING  AT OUR STORE  A. L. White's  Phone 16.  -Furniture and Stove Man.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings  Archie Bunting left on Monday's train for Vancouver.    ���  Harry Hook,-is now in the office  of E. W. Widdowson, Assayer at  Nelson.  Born���In Greenwood on August 1st, to Mr. and Mrs. A. D.  McMillan a son.  A. M. Lucas, of Kaslo, and J.  Kirkup,   of   Rosslaud,   were: in  town on Saturday last in connection with the   provincial   assessment.  next  three  before   re-  The Palace Livery Stable  m  if  Fined  ���Drives  DRAYING���-We Can Move Anything  F. C.  BUCKLESS  J. E. Hooper, formerly connected with the Arlington Hotel he'e  and latterly with the Hotel Allan,  in RosBland was a visitor in camp  yesterday.  E. R. Redpath, Mrs. Redpath  and family are camping for a fortnight at Slocan Junction. Relieving agent 01iver,of the C.P.R.  is taking Mr. Redpath's place at  the station.  C. Scott Galloway, of Grand  Forks, spent the week end in  Greenwood on business. Charlie  Galloway was down on Sunday  from Phoenix where he^ is working on the Topographical survey.  Dr. and Mrs. Mathison returned  to Greenwood on Friday last,  crossing from Summerland <bv  way of Oroville and the G. N.  They will spend the  weeks in Greenwood  turning to Kelowna.  Ed. Pope is acting as night  watchman along with the Chiet  of-*Police. The appointment is  made temporarily during, the dry  season as a protection against  fire.  D, G. McRae with his brother,  John from Phoenix left on Tuesday for Canyon City. Wednesday, the same fishing grounds enticed Thomas Hemmerle, Martin  Anderson, Hughie McKee and Mir.  McKee's little boy.  Dr. W. E. Spankie is taking  the examinations of the Alberta  Medical Society, at Calgary this  week. Each province has its ow a  licensing board which provides  examinations which must be taken, if at any time, one wishes to  practice in that province.  S. Moore, B.A., who came with  Mrs. Moore early this week from  Moyie to take chwrge of the school  at Boundary Falls was in the city  on Wednesday. Mr. Moore is a  graduate of the University of  Manitoba. The school at Boundary Falls opens on the 24th inst.  Wm. Malcolm, of the Malcolm  Mfg. Go., Hamilton, spent Tuesday with Mrs. J. L,. Coles, who is  his niece. Mr. Malcolm has been  covering the West with one of  his travellers and spent the day  in Greenwood.  A. H. Noyes, Winnipeg, general agent of the Great West Life  Insurance Co. has been spending  the past week in the district. Aid.  W. J. Cavanaugb, of Vancouver,  looking after the interests of the  Occidental Fire Insurance Co. is  also iu the city.  -Mrs. C. J. Wilson returned on  Wednesday from Fernie where  she was visiting her sister, Mrs  R. Wood, whose husband is one of  the partners of the Trites-Wood  Co. The house in which Mrs.  Wilson was visiting was not burned although they had to desert  it. Mrs. Wilson's trunk which  had not been removed from the  C.P.R. depot at the time of the  fire was burned.  Geo. Heatherton returned on  Monday irom the annual convention of the W.F.M. "at Denver.  The convention lasted 15 days  and was of very considerable interest. The press were allowed in  all the meetings. An arrangement was effected with the U. M.  W. of A* by which overlapping  organization could be prevented,  the Western Federation taking  charge of isolated coal mining  employees in Metal]iferious districts and vice versa. Mr. Heatherton had a most pleasant trip,  returning part of the way in a  special car chartered by the delegation from Butte. Ernest Mills  is prospering and was re-elected  as secretary-treasurer.  TOWN lOVICs  Dr. Mathison will be at his  dental office here until August  22.    Make appointments early.  Weekly dance under Orchestra  auspices at the Auditorium tonight.  At their meeting Tuesday everting. Boundary Valley Lodge No,  38, I.O.O.F.. voted $50 toward  relief of Fernie sufferers.  Wanted���Experienced Woman  Cook wishes posttion in either  hotel or camp. Apply Mrs. M,  Pacific Hotel.  Monday is pay-day at the smelter of the B.C. Copper Co. The  pay roll will just -be about the  same as last month���a little over  $45,000.  The ball game between Chesaw  and Greenwood on Sunday proved  what it was expected to be���good  ball. The close of the ninth inning saw the 'score seven all. In  the tenth, Cheesaw was shut out  and   the  local team scored   the  ���am  telling touch.  Pa-  Ifyou are a judge of   Wall  per value, our 1908 line will  appeal to you as no other can.   McRae Bros.  Sunday, Aug. 9th, union serin Presbyterian Methodist church  es���Presbyterian 11 a.m., Methodist 7.30 p.m. Rev. Geo. E; Strachan, of Phoenix, will have  charge of both services. Rev. F.  J. Rutherford goes to Phoenix to  administer the Saciament Service  there.  Wednesday was pay-day at the  Dominion Copper Co's smelter.  The pay-roll amounted to over  $8,000 this month there, the.pay-  roll at the mines being separate  and totalling $12,000. Wednesday next is pay-day there.  The mortgagee's sale of. the  building formerly occupied by  Crouse's drug store and ot the lot  on which it is situated was held  at .the Court-house on Tuesday,  the property falling to the bid of  C. J. L%gatt, barrister, of Midway for $100.  A cqpl evening, under the stars,  in a comfortable hammock, makes  life almost divine. Coles' l^eeps  the Hammocks.    See them.     _ ���  Considerable discussion is heard  of the location of -the new post  office. As the post office ought to  be conveniently situated, it must  be located somewhere in the centre of the city. It has been suggested that, the lots chosen should  allow for improvements about the  building such as the construction  of a lawn or small park. Greenwood cannot start too early to  add to * the natural beauty of its  townsite.  A split bamboo rod, 25 yards of  silk line and a good reel, all for  $2.00, at McRae Bros.. Beat it if  you can.  James Cameron has been fortunate enough in the hotel business  to get out of it quick and has disposed of the Victoria. - The purchaser is Hugh McGillivray who  is well known in the camp. Mrs.  Mason, formerly of the Norden  and Pacific hotels has taken over  the rooms and dining room and  an up-to-date house will be kept.  Look for the posters announcing  the Garden Party at the Church  of the Sacred Heart' on Tuesday.  Rev. Father. Bedard has been  making most <**x tensive and excellent preparations for this event and the program comprises an  unusally good time. The gates  open at 3 p.m. and the events include foot acd. bicycle racing, tug���  6f-war, etc.    Tbe band will^be iti  attendance and a   good  musical,  program   provided.    Let: every  body remember it.  Cottage for Sale, on Kimberly  Avenue, by Dr. Mathison,  P. F. Roosa went to Fernie on  Tuesday to arrange about coke  supply for the Dominion Copper  Co. and his return is expected today...'. ������������;  * Duncan Ross, M.P., returned  from Ottawa Saturday last and  leaves tomorrow fpr Vernon from  which plaee he well go East, re*  turning in about three weeks,  The "smelter> of the B..C. Copper Co. this week treated 13,901  tons of ore, distributed .as follows: Mother Lode, 10,165 tons;  Oro Denorp, 3,209 tons; others,  527 tons. y  Born���At Mother Lode, on Friday, August 7ih, to Mr. and  Mrs. Gus Peterson, twins, * son  and a daughter. -  Born���At Mother Lode, on Saturday, August 1st. to Mr. and Mrs  Ben Perkins, a daughter. *  Remingt on Carbon papers and  ribbons are absolutely clean and  long lasting.    McRae Bros.  "Faust" never loses its attraction for theatre-goers, if one may  judge by the large audiences that  are greeting the performances all  along'the line.    It is one of   the  stage classics, with the spectacular electrical features,  makes   it  appeal strongly to   all   classes.  One neyer tires of the sorrows of  Marguerite or the wierd fascination of "Mephisfo."   The play   is  too well known to   need   special  description.   An added feature eu  route this season .with Porter J.  White's   *' Faust"   is   a trained  choir of seven voices for the great  Cathedral   scene.   . The   performance will be given here on August 12th, at the Auditorium.  The Ledge gives the following  interesting information of its Editor's intentions. The Colonel  left on Wednesday for Petrolia :  R T. Lowery has gone east to once  more study the ways  and gaze at ten  ���  ���an  Your tailor niaynJake good  y., .'   '-.. !>le clot-hesj bur  y %�� 'tU��y -Jli-sfls SttyH�� ?  He can't help it���he merely  follows the leadset by the large  clothing makers and,of course, *  is a season behind the styles.  We can make ybur clothes to  measure andTyet give theni 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.  The   cost   of a suit, specially   made,  runs from $14 to $20.  Come in and let us tell you about the  I  Special Order Service and show you our range of summer suitings.  THE HUNTgR-KENDRICK CO,, LIMITED  Che  of the tenderfeet,  brass bands in Petrolia  lor a short time. His impressions and  depressions of the cent belt will appear  in several papers later 'in the fall. It is  rumored that the colonel is golmj*- to be  married on the 15th. The late adornment ofliis person would in a manner  verify this rumor. Saturday he greased  one of his Sunday shoes. The other shoe  had been t under the Gordon press for  three months. . Sunday was given bver to  meditation, writing editorials,*and sluff.  Monday he had the reef-points slashed  off his whiskers. Tuesday he appeared  in black shirt, pink tie, and new suit of  clothes made in Kaslo in 1892 when he  weighed'97^ pounds. He now tips the  scales at 146 with his shoes 011. The  'shoes are four sizes roomy. Wednesday  he sequestered a pair of socks, a handkerchief, a full sett of pyjamas, a 44 and  a sword cane and started for the train.  It is .hoped she is'a strong minded and  able-bodied female, for nothing will tend  more quickly to dissipate illusions than  a strong minded woman or rocking an  old-fashioned cradle.  Auditorium Committee, Greenwood, B.  C, Gentlemen: We understand that  through this territory you have been  visited by some very poor traveling,  theatrical organizations, consequently  your patrons hesitate to patronize the  theatre. In offering you-Porter J. White's  production of "Faust," with all scenery  and electrical effects, we positively guarantee the presentation to be as advertised  and as produced for the past eleven years  in all the cities of the East. You can  therefore inform your people of this^fact,  and furthermore state that we positively  guarantee the production as foregoing or  money will be refunded after the second  act. The prices will be reduced for this  date to $1.50 and #1.00. and children 75c  I am, yours truly, ' -  Chas. H: Simmons, Bus. M'gr.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Warwick Fraction Mineral  Claim, situate   hi  tlie Greenwood Mluln-r  DWislon   of Yale  District.   Whore  located:   In   Providence  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Hmumcrl* and  Hu-rh   McKee Free  Miner's   Certificates  No.  1214408, and   BM226, Intend,   Blxty days from  the    date    hereof, ta    apply    to   the Mining  Recorder  for a  Certificate  ot Improvements  (or the purpose of obtaining-   a Crown Grant of  tlio above claim,  And farther take notice that action, uuder  section 37, mnst be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 5tb day of August, A. D. 1908.   *  THOMAS HEMMEREE & HUGH MeKEE  Auditorium, Wednesday, Aiig. 12th  PORTER J. WHITE'S  Elaborate and Scenically  Sumptuous Renewal of  "FAUST"  Goethe's  Immortal  Tragedy,  withMisS OLGA VERNEas Marguerite  and a strong supporting Metropolitan company.  Carrying all special scenery for the entire 6 Acts  The Most Beautiful Love Story ever Devised or  Executed.  The Wonderful Electrical Effects are  A Feature with This Season's Production.  .  Prices 75c to $1.50. Sale of seats at Logan & Co's  is now under the Management of Rondeau and Dupontj  Meals are served at' all hours of the day and 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.  X**.* * * * ir^4r^^^4>^^^^^^^^^>aL  **  To Rent  'Cottage,   4   rooms,   close   in.  ��� "       4 rooms, near hospital  'v      4 rooms, near Smelter  Log House, 4 rooms " "  Cabins and Rooms in all parts  -of the City.   _  I Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.  ~g~ i ..���'"���'���-.-������- ���    ���* *-  OPPOSITE) THE POST OFFICE.  *  a*************-**-*********,!.  ��**#**aa*��**a***at>����a**am��aa-aa**��0����*0**+*a*wa*0dt*0  * #  * - J  ��  *  o  e  ���  *  ��  IP. BURNS & CO., Ltd  ft  ��  *  ft  ��  ft  �����  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  .. DEALERS IN ..  fresh and Cured meats  Fisb aiid Poultry/  t  .��:���  ..*'.  ��  ��  ������*������:  *.���"  *  *  ft  I  *  ���aaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa-n^waaaaaaoavaaaaamaa  Get  AND  DRINK PHOENIX BEER  THE" PRIDE OF WESTERN CANADA."  Bottled and Draught Beer. Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co., i&^^Jft  ���1  ty  I  I  \i  i  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  $G��<^  <*  ill  i  i\  NELSON IRON WORKS  (Greenwood Branch)  IRON, BRASS AND COPPER CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS  Geo. M. Holt, Manager. '   h. Craufukd, Lessee  Is in the Windsor Hotel.  The jbiismess of ^providing  things good to eat is our  business. Meals are well  and promptly served. Evei-ything completely to  your taste. Howard Moore, Proprietor,  MHB  ���sta

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