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 11 -!���:*���. -i:': '���<��� y '-: ,Vv :/.--:c.  ���I   :\-\   ���   \:%;Yy;y--Y :���--���-A.  /  "01?. 13  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY,    APRIL 30,    1909.  No. 34  ~-y/   * ��� ^-^^<.*-  i ���'-..���.'.'���'������-  New shipments of Waists have been arriving daily  for the past week, and we have now a very large  range of up-to-date styles,  Beautiful Waists in Muslins, Lawns and Linens,  in all the newest and prettiest effects���enough  styles to satisfy the women who look for variety.  Values to please the most critical  BARCLAY <& GO.  fiRV^CiOOPS���B0OTS & SHOES���MILLINERY  =^  =Sv  -Cleaning Time  FOR  Watches and Clocks  Bring them to  A. Logan & Co's.  We will do them Right.  ^Official Agents  for Regina  Watches  SCENE ON KETTL^^IVEIi  -fe  First of Eighteen Meetings to  be Held in Greenwood  �����������*����������� *��������������*����������������������������*���  I MINES AND  4  -:- - ���-��� ���' - * -  ^Y"..;Greenwood city water is an excellent water  fp^drink^g purposes but it is too hard for bath-  -   ing,, to aid you. in overcoming this   and  at the  .sante time provide a healthy invigorating bath at  a small price,    WV have stocked the following���  r'-Y- English Roslme Bath Salt.  "Home Health Sea Salt.  Baby's Own Bath Powder.  Lar^  r'Spouges, Bath Brushes, Hand Brushes,   Loofahs, of all varieties.  With Rev. Dr. D. S. Toy as  preacher, assisted by J. W. Reynolds as leader ot the tinging,  the three week's campaign oi revival services opened on Wednesday evening in the. Greenwood  Auditorium.  Tbe meeting -was fairly well-  attended and judging by the  great success of the campaign in  East Kootenay, a good attendance  may be expected at the Greenwood meeti-ags ~ Ifcissnaily worth  one's while to go to hear Mr,  Reynolds sing.  Dr. Toy is a forcible preacher,  a former business man ahd entirely without any frivolous frills.  During the campaign ef services  meetings will be held eyery night  but Saturday, and there will be  an interchange of speakers between Phoenix, Grand Forks and  Greenwood. On Sunday afternoon at 3 30 o'clock Dr. Toy will  address a meeting in tke Auditorium fpr men only.  ���������-K*��*����������������������������'aai*����  The work of remodeliibg tie  Granby smelter furnace��-,jHll be  completed about the middle of  May, and the daily capacity increased to. about 3,000 :t$ffcof ore.  Shipments from the Gplfl Drop  outlet will be resumed about thai  time which will increase the capacity of the mines by 1000: tons a  day. |  taaaa  ���r*dj-  The capital is $600,000.  It is expected that the figures  for the April production of the  Butte camp will drop to about  25,000,000 lb.  CONCILIATION BOARD  THE BRUCE GROUP  The third member of the Concilia- j  tion Board to arbitrate the differences j First Payment Made Yesterday  between   the   B.C. Copper Co. and! on Promising Midway Group.  the Greenwood Miner's Union will be i    i  Judge Wilson, of Cranbrook, appoin-j     J. C. Haas, M. K., superintendent  ted   by   the Dominion Government, ! of   operations   on   the    well-known  the other two members, Mr.    Mcln-i Bruce group of claims   near Midway,  nes and    Mr. Cronyn,    having failed 'came in on Wednesday accompanied  to agree upon a third man.  Morrison Irrigation Motor  The exports of gold from New  Zealand during February amounted to approximately ��820,000.  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  THB STORE THAT HAS THE NEW GOODS   I  I  ��  Options Taken on Thompson  Coal Lands  r  I  Do you realize tbe great and  distinct advantage ot Buying  ��our Shoes from us?  It is notthe price which makes our Men's Shoes  popular, but our Policy of always having the best  Shoes possible for the price.  Every Shoe we   carry is made specially for us,  by the largest Manufactures in Canada and the States.  We are receiving daily shipments"of all classes  of Men's foot wear.  The time is near at hand when you will be  looking for your Spring Shoes, Don't overlook the  fact that we can show you a larger range than all the  others put   together.  P. W. GEORGE & CO.  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men'sWear in Greenwood  Stuart Henderson, M.P.P., has  taken an option ou the. North  Thompson coal lands, above tbe  upper Indian reserve, and the  first payment was made last week.  His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor James Dunsmuir is stated to  be interested- in the deal. Ihe  ���peaing up of the coal lands will  mean mush to Kamloops and district, as it is understood that extensive operations will be undertaken.  Small air hoists mounted on a  bar are used in some of the mines  at Mount Morgan, New South  Wales, Austrailia. The& are  easily   put  up,   the   bar   being  *" Y^cy.^-7[y^ -**"��� ^v  placed vertically, and are used  instead of a windlass in sinking  winzes. These hoists are simple  in construction, are iight and cau  be moved easily.  Tbe total production of copper  in the United States in 1908, including foreign material smelted  er refined, is equal to about 69  per cent of the world's production  Survey Party is at Kamloops  Outfitting  The Yankee Girl miue at Ymir  is making most promising progress. The tuunel is now 1,500  feet le-ng, and the value of the  ore in sight, which averages from  $20 to ��60 per ton, is approximately a million dollars.  Conditions on the properties of  tbe Consolidated Mining and  Smelting Company are increasingly encouraging. Theore.bcdy  on the War Eagle at Rossland is  59 feet wide and runs from $20 to  ��50 per ton. The Centre Star, in  spite of the Ire last month, yielded a profit of $30,000, and the  average grade of ore was ��11.10  per ton.  The silver-lead bullion production at the Trail smelter was the  largest in the history of ihe  works, and the refinery also made  a record in pig-lead production  last month. The net profits of  the Consolidated Companv as a  whole for the month of March  were $70,000.  Duriug 3�� years of asbestos  production Canada, which leads  the wolrd in the output ot this  mineral, ba*'pTn*Airced-^3O--8��0-%0-  worth. In 1878 the output was  50 tons, while in 1908 it was 65,-  534 tons, worth $1,547;507. _  The output of pig iron in Belgium during the two months ending with February last comprised 21,300 tons of forge pig; 12,630  tons of foundry pig, and 164,970  tons of Bessemer and basis pig,  a total of only 209,900 tons, as  compared with 235,390 tons in the  corresponding period of 1908.  G M. Holt, formerly manager of  the Greenwood branch of the Nelson  Works is back in the city for a few  days.  Mr. Holt is now superintending  engineer for the International Land  aud Development Co. of Nelson and  Spokane, who have taken up the  Morrison Current Motor, which has  been brought to a practical degree of  efficiency hy the improvements of Mr.  Holt.  This remarkable invention is designed for irrigating arid lands from running streams wnich have a current of  two or more miles an hour-  The motive power is produced  from a flow of water revolving a great  spiral tube which has proved to be  capable of producing a tremendous  power.  The mechanism is extremely simple and economical and is placed on  a float which is submerged to allow  the water to enter the tube.no further  attention being required.  The company expects to revolutionize things in the dry belts of the  west and they have already acquired  a tract of land on the Columbia river  which will be irrigated by power from  the Morrison motor and thereby  brought to a stite of production heretofore only possible on lands that lay  below the sources of water supply.  The possibilities of this new invention in the semi-arid regions supplied  with running streams is a matter of  interesting calculation.  by A S Locke, of Winnipeg, prominently connected with tlie Donald  Copper Co., who have the property  bonded.  The developnient work is showing  the property up splendidly, a matter  which needs no stronger corroboration  than the fact that the first payment on  the bond was made yesterday morning  to J. C. Haas, M.E., of Spokane,  and S. M. Johnson, C.E.,'of Greenwood.  The Bruce is a very promising property, and with a continuation of the  present line of development gives  encouragement for expecting the disclosure of a huge body of valuable  copper-gold ore.  CITY   COUNCIL.  The regular meeting of the  City Council was held Monday  eveniug, Mayor Bunting presiding.  After the adoption of tbe minutes of last meeting a letter re  printing and advertising from R.  T. Lowery was read aud filed.  Permission was granted Mr.  Cropley to build an extension 24  feet wide above the alley-way to  connect the buildings on Lots 9  and 20, Block 12, Map 21.  All committees reported progress.  Constabulary Changes,  Water from coal mines usually  contains free sulphuric acid formed from tbe decomposition of the  pyrites in the coal.  BIG DEAL IN QUEEN CHAR/  LOTTE  I  I  The irst detachment cf tbe survey   party   to   exploit the route j  along the North Thompson river  for the Canadian Northern ' railway reached Kamloops last week.  It comprises J. F. Dalgleish  and  Wm. Killaly, two engineers, who  bave been sent out from the head  offices in   Montreal.    They   will  await tke arrival of the head engineer,   Mr.   Harrington, who is  now in Vancouver, when deinite  plans will be outlined.    The party will be   sent  from  Kamloops  and will work its way to a  point  this side of tke Yellowhead Pass,  where  it   will   be joined by the  second section ef  the part/ now  operating westward  toward  tke  pass.  The Apex mine at  Olalla will  be reopened.  The Consolidated Mining and  Smelt .nr company of Trail are  now Manufacturing a product in  the shape of an electrolytic bearing metal, which is giving better  satisfaction than the highest  class of tin babbit metals.  The output of gold from South-  era Rhodesia for the year 1918  amounted to 606,961.84oz., valued  at $11,630,000, being an increase  in value of ��1,735,6000 as compared with the year 1907.  Since our article on the Greenwood-  Phoenix Tramway Bore which appeared in our issue of the 9th inst., we  have received communications from  all parts of Canada and the United  States making inquiries as to capitalization, what stock can be purchased  for and where, and who are the directorate, and general information in  regard to the project.  As for any general information we  would refer our readers to the Secretary of thc Board of Trade and to thc  managers ot the local Banks. Copies  of The Times edition of the 9th may  be had from the Secretary of the  Board of Trade.  We regret to say that we find on  enquiry that there is no stock for sale,  and we think it'all the more regrettable that since the city has so generously backed the proposirion that local  people are not to be allowed to participate in at least a portion of the  stock.  A rich group of copper-gol d  claims on tbe west coast of Moresby island on the Queen Charlottes,  owned by a syndicate headed by  Hon. Thomas Taylor and F. C.  Elliott, of Revelstoke, has -just  been bonded to Duluth parties,  said to be closely connected with  the American steel trust. The  selling price is $400,000. The  group is located at Tassoo harbor  It was discovered by Arthur  Gowing, a well-known Kootenav  prospector. It is understood the  properties will be developed on an  extensive scale this summer.  METALS.  At tbe meeting of the License  Commissioners on Wednesday, ���  M. J. Merrihew, night operator  at Eholt, was chosen from a list  of seventeen applicants for the  position of Chief of Police for the  City of Greenwood at a salary of  $110 a month.  Constable I. D. Dinsmore will  resume his duties as a proviucial  officer and will be stationed at  Midway, Constable Aston going  to Hosmer.  King is to be Minister of Labor  Immigration Returns  for the  Past Year.  New York, April 28���Silyer,  53-! n; Electrolytic copper, 12 >i to  125 h, dull.  London, April 28���Silver 24' a:  lead, .-��13. 7s. 6d.  April 28-Closing quotations on  the New York curb aud Spokane  exchange:        Bid    Aaked  1. C. Copper 6.00      6.12J-J  Granby      90.00 100.00  Dominion Copper .06'y{     .12J-2  Coppkk Quotations.  B.C. Copper 6.00     6.12#  Granby       95.00 IOO.qO  Sir Wilfrid Laurier will intro.  duce a bill calling into existence  a department of labor, in fulfillment of his promise to the laboring interests some time ago. W.  L. MacKenzte King, M. P. for  North Waterloo, will be minister  of labor. Mr. King is still in  China, where he went as a delegate to tbe international' opium  congress. He is now engaged in  looking into the Oriental immigration question, but is expected  to re!urn home shortly.  The Catton Smelting Furnace.  The Yankee Girl Gold Mines,  I limited, ar Ymir has been  regis-   I tered as as extra-provincial com*   States  The year's immigration ending  with March was 147.000. Fifty-  three thousand come from Britain and sixty thousand from the  Smelter Treatment  The Catton furnace, of which  tests have been made at various  times during the past six months,  has awakened a great deal of interest amoug the smelting public. The furnace is built entirelv  of common brick, fire brick lining, and magnesite or cbronir-*  brick smelting hearths. A furnace of 50 tons daily capacity can  be constructed complete for not  more than $6,000. at seaboard or  on railway.  The B.C. Copper Co. during the  past week treated 8,840 tons of  ore, 8,056 tons from the Mother  Lede and 784 tonB from other  mines.  The case of Greig vs. Dickman.  an *��ction to recover for debt, is  proceeding today before His Honor Judge Brown and a jury. THE: iBOUNDARY   CREEK  TIMES  nnwrr -���"-'-��-���"-- ��  jj f^PTOI^T-W^���^^  CF*  <F*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  IT*  CF*  CF*  CF*  cr*  u  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <F*  CF*  CF*  ..Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817. _  Capital, all paid up. $14,400,000.        Rest $12,000,000.  ��� ^*  UNDIVIDED. PROFITS   S2l7.62a.56 m  Hon. Pre.id.nt:   Lo��*> Stkatbcosa ahi. Modtit Koval. G. C. M. G.  Frealdeot:   Sik C.borob A. Deommond.K.C. M. G.  V'oe-Prealdent and General Manager ;  Sik E. S. Cloustoji. Bakt  Branches ia LondoQ, Ea^. Iffi/'ffl1,.1 Sew York, Chiaio.  Buy and sell SUrlini; E-iCbamfe and Cable Transfers : Uracil Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, aTailable ia any part^jf tlie world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  ��5  3i  ��*si  ded;in the air cells of- the lungs,  and set up an irritation that often results seriously. The trou  ble is in no way due to poisonous  ingredients ofthe mineral matter,  but entirely to the mechanical  irritation.���Mining World.  ^mmmmmmmmmmmtimmK  1836  ��� 81  THE BANK OF  1909  America  73 Years in  Business.        Capital and  Reserve Over $7,000,000.  Earning  by Mai!  is a t*.reat convenience to those  who live some distance from'  town.  DqioMis may he sent in, cash  drawn, or other business transacted by Mail, without  auy trouble or delay.  Write   or  ask   our  Local   Manager  to  explain   our  system to you.  Greenwood Branch^H. F. STOW, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  \ for the developnient of the coun-  ! try the people of Canada are no'.  i likely to object.  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Prune  Cable AddrtM:       ���' Hallktt."  I Bedford M'NelU's  Cornea ^ Honilf a Near--  Qmaaawooo. a. ����� I of trout less than eight  inches in  1 liber's  BOUUDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.0. O. F.  Metis every Tuesday Evening at 8 UV io the  I. 6. O. T. Hall. A cordial fnvl tstlon Is ez  tended to all lojoarnin-r brethero.  D. A. MACDONALD A. LOGAN.  N. G. V. C.  K.J. SAUNDERS. Hei-. Sec  ClK  Boundary Creek Times  Tc*ued every friday  Millak A DaVinson, Lessees.  J. M. MILLAR  Manaui-k  The law prohibiting the taking  trout less than eight  inches in  ! length was evidently framed by a  man who never caught a trout in  his life.  Here in the B mndary where  the fishing is equal to anything  to be found, it is all very well to  talk abvjt th-ea piuvl trou% but  there are thousands of creeks in  Canada tbat have no trout over  eight inches in length and the  act simply stops all fishing in  those streams.  SUBSCHIPTION8 IN ADVANCE.  Pbr Ykak :       .       2 00  Six Months    1 25  TO FOKBIOH COUHTFIKS         2 50  x-gg-*-;  FRIDAY. APRIL 3(1,  1909  It is to be hoped that the placing of the Intercolonial railway  under the government of a commission will remove that institution from the sphere of politics.  The statement that that road  did ji bigger freight business in  March than in any previous  month in its history is gratifying  news and proves ������onclu-.ivel V that  business has already revived in  the eastern provinces.  A Montreal mau by mistake  picked up a satchel containing  SlS.UUO which he returned to the  owner. i  Had he been arrested with it ini  his possession he probably would!  have been sent tothe penitentiary '  and tin'* man who thought so  lightly ot bis money would have  had all the sympathy of outraged  public opinion.  If violent language will draw  attention to a public man some of  B.C's. representatives will soon  win a place in the lime-light.  J. H. Turner, Agent-general  for this province in England is  credited with the statement tbat  Canada east of the R *cky mountains is a country with "ei^ht  mouths of winter and four month  of hell."  If that brilliant remark does'iil  stimulate the movement of British immigrants to C-made what  more can Mr. Turner do ? But  G. H. Cowan, the polished representative of the City of Vancouver in the Dominion 'House, has  Mr. Turner beaten to a frazzle in  his own little campaign of self-  advertizing, when he proclaims  to his constituents that he has  reached the conclusion that Sir  Wilfrid Laurier is "a false alarm'  and *'a white-livered coward."  Water finds itH level, aid G. H  Cowan has put himself exactly  where he belongs.  Mexico's Timber,  An aggregate area of 6,000,000  to 7,000,000 acres of long-leaf  pine, m every, way suited to turpentining, 'Briefly indicates the  only partially developed 'naval'resources.... of Mexico. A. peculiar  and interesting feature of the  Mexican turpentine belt is that  the turpentine producing trees are  found oily in the mountains at  high altitudes���a condition directly the re Verne' to that existing  in* the United States, where trees  at au altitude of 2,000 feet are  unproductive, so far as turpentine  is concerned.  in the Similkanieen. country. He  has fouud some very rich ore on  a ledge that is a ISO feet wide.,  Samples from this ledge run as  high as 85 per cent copper and  $75 in gold. -  The shipments from Cobalt run  about 600 tons a week.  VALLEY FRUr  LANDS���  oi��*jQ����**��*0a0aaa��maav*e��**  1 MINES AND MINING!  Zaaa^aaaaaaaoaaaoaaaaaaaaa  The receipts for the shipments  of the rvs Roi Two during March  were $62,331.  The shipments from the Mid-  dlesboro Cjlleries during April  will be ab^nt 16,000 tons.  The famous Falun mine of  Scandinavia has a history which  can be followed for 750 years.  Until the end of the nineteenth  century it yeilded more copper  than any other separate mine in  the world, having produced in  round numbers, 500,000 tons ot  copper, 15 tons of silver, and  1 ton of gold, representing a sum  otjabont 1,000 million Swedish  crowns or  about $27,000,000.  Large deposits of phosphates  have yeen discovered on Henderson island in the South Sea.  Development     is     j-r- ceeding  apace in Northern   Cariboo,    and  this year the  first   steamer will  operate through the Fort Georgi*  canyon of the Fraser river and in  the river be-y6nd,   giving  a   service that will be greatly appreciated by   the   present   settlers in j  that district, and   by   the   large  numbers   seeking   homes   there.  The steamer is   now   being constructed   at   Quesnel   under  the  superintendence of  D.   McPhee,  and it is expected that  she   will  be.ready for launching   by   May  1st.    The   owners  are  the Fort  George Lumber and Navigation  compahv, the principals of which  are Vane >uver people.    Cipv J.  H. Honser.will command the new  craft.  General  Myncaster on the Great Northern 4  miles~c/IIi<tti>ay cm C0V%  miles,    Lands for Sale in 5 to 20   c/lcre Lots, with waierrigfi\  For particulars apply to The Kettle Valley Irrigated Fruit Lands Co., Lt-j  D. R. TAIT, Manager, Midway, B.(  Five hundred thousand gallons  of whiskey were destroyed by fire  iu a bonded warehouse at Belfast  The German South American  Cable Co. has begun the laying  of a cable between Emden and  Teneriffe, in the Canary Islands.  The line will be continued later  to-Brazil, and will be the first  direct cable between Germany  and South America.  The drink bill of the people of  Great Britain am unts to $800,-  000,000 annually.  ��� 0*  Gkikg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is tbe. Headquarters  fur Commercial and Mining-Men  Is.steam heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Kimberley mine at   Kim-  loops is developing well under the  management  of   Herman   Bick  man.  A vein of copper 25 feet  wide  has been struck in the Ikidt mine  near Jedway, on M-resby Island,  the most southerly of the Queen  Charlotte group.  Gen. Booth, of the Silvatipn  Army, has passed his eightieth  birthday and bis organization is  op. rating in 54 countries with  Russia soon to be invaded.  **!-*--!  The- llest Cuisine, between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  The trial of Capt, Peter C.  Haines is proceeding at Flushing,  N.Y.  "25,000 tins of Chicago canned  meat were destroyed at Montreal  by the food inspector.  E  F. Voight has made a strike  on the No. 4 on Copper mountain,  A bill for the disestablishment  of the church iu Wales has been  introduced in the British Parliament by'Premier Asquith.  The captain of the American  poacher, Woodbury. C-*pture*l by  tbe fisheries cruiser Kestrel,  seems to think tbat because he  bal run outside tbe three-mile  ! 'mit bef< re being caught that he  should not have b3en   arrested at  It that should be correct it  wou'd perhaps become necessarv  ���osii k the fa-.t running poachers  on sight.  The Budget speech of Finance  Minister Fielding was as usual,  short and bu-iness-like.  There was nothing of a startling character to announce,  though the outlay upo.i capital  account was heavy.  The tendency of the tariiT is  toward still further reductions ;  and it may be taken lhat as long  as the capi'.al expenditure is used  Safeguarding the  Health  of  Miners  The oven does  th& baking, the  fire-box controls  the oven heat,  and the grates  hold the coal or  wood that produces the heat, so  THB GRATES  are important  While the important questions  connected with the elimination  of tbe dangers from accidents in  mining are receiving wide attention, there are other dangers to  which miners are exposed, which  are worthy of far more consideration   than   they   are receiving.  There are conditions present in  many mines, while not always  immediate in their serious consequences, which are, nevertheless,  detrimental to the health of the  men, and which, with proper at  tention from both men and management, could be largely avoided. One of the greatest scourges  of mining is miner's pthisis, or  miner's consumption, a disease  formerly thought lo be caused lar-  ely by dampness, cold or powder  smoke, but now kuown to be  caused by rock dust inhaled i no  the lungs. The line, sharp particles of the dust become   imbed-  %3il$]&ril  Range  oooooooooooooooooooooo-aooo  H. BUSTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILBER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  PHONE 65.  iSoooooooooooodoooooooooooi  Mil.  Close to the Smelter.  \Donhk  \puplex  Grates  "Sask-alta" Double Duplex Grates are made  in four pieces, each grate shaken separately.  Ashes over one grate can be shaken without  wasting good fuel over other grate. No poking  necessary, thereby saving fuel. Dampers at both  ends of fire-box secure perfect drafts. When  grates are inverted for wood a patent clamp  retains them in position. The easiest-working  way is the surest-serving way ��� and that's  "Sask-alta" way.  Th�� Best Appointed Working men's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.    Hot and  Cold Baths.  Tho finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OLA L.OF8TAD Proprietor  Coppe r  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition  issued March, 1908.)  Size :   Octavo.    Pages :   1228.  Chapters : 25.  Scope: The  Copper Industry   of   the  World.  Covering ; Copper History. Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralolgy,  Mining-, Milling, Leaching*, Smelting.  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines in I'ctail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  e!c.  Thc Copper-Hand book is concededly  the  i-in mm mm  BOOK ON GOPf^ER  The Miner needs the book for tb*  facts it gives him regard!' Ccolegy,  Mining, Copper Deposit i Copper  Mines,  Tbe Copper Consumer needs the book  for every chapter it contains. It tells  tt hat and explains how and why.  The Investor in Copper Shares caa-  uot afford to be without it. Thc Copper Handbook gives statistics and gea  eral information on one hand, with  thousands of detailed mine deecrtpt-  ioDs on the other, eoveriag the cap per  mines of the entire world, aad the 4*  pages of condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more than the price  of the book te eeek and every ewaer ef  copper mining shares.  Price : $5.00 in Buckram with gilt  top, or $7.50 in full library moroeco.  Terms : The moat liberal. Sand ne  money, but order the book sent yon,  all carriage charges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, orpaidfor if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book aad judge  for yourself of its value to yen 7  WRITE NOW to the editor and pub  lisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  453 SH1CLDO NBUILDING, HOUGHTON, MICH., U.S.A.  AT THE CHURCHES  Presbyterian���Services will be <  ducted 'morning and evening,   11 .;a.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, PJ  tor.  MBTHODI8T���Rev.  F. J. 1  B.A., will conduct set vises as usual]  Methodist Churob morning and eveat  Services  every 8unday,"morning 1  Sunday School at 3.  Catholic���Church of the Sac-)  Heart.���Divine service lat, .obi  fourth Sunday ia each month,  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and beoe-al  tion at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school)  2t30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bbdand, ��.V-mJ  pastor.  Chukch of Enojuj*d (St. Jude'i  Every Sunday, Morning and eveal  Matins, 11 a. a. Evensong, Titt-p.'  Sunday school, 2.30 p.m. Holy Oerd  attunies*. 1st and 3rd Sundays at�� a.  other Sundays   at  11 a. tn.  Saints'   Day services as annoaac  Ut. Caarck.  Rev. r Veraon VeaaWee, Vicar.  wmaBBnaaaamaammnmmmaamam  St. Joseph's Scho<  NELSON, file  PARENTS who wish le secure  tlieir daughter the beaeass *f|  selid aad reflaed ecueaties* will dote eeasider tke adraatagas the  vent Scheel. Neleea, vffecw.  The Convent is large acd  eo-p  ions aad a large ���amhwr :*��_S-**r  oaa be accoaKtateaV   The  enpericteaded sad taaght by th�� i;!  teis, whe have aaah "pert-Hcs i:  tralatag aad eaaoatlag ckUarva.  The coarseeistady eemprisee���'("'  ian Deetrinc, Grammar, Goaf  Arithaietie, Eagliah aad Caai  History, Steaegraphy, Bookkt-tpiiJ  Typewrltiag, Drawing, Algebra,'1  uetry, Needlework, Vecal and !���*�����<��  meats! Mask, French   aad  Hygi^l  Ta��� farther partiealara apply Jo*- jl  B-ftTSK Strrsaioa.ST. Jonrcni'p Icmc  Nbmom, m\ C.  "  Windsor H��tel  McCLUNG ud aOOMVE, rreerietws.  Finest Furnished Boose in tbe Booniiry  Steam Heated.   Lig*h����4   tkraugkamt  viitx alcattrie Hcjti*h>.  Pirst-olasa Bar.   Strlctty isp-ht-ekte gwasn.  FIRST CUS6 CAFU, OHM DAY AMD NKHJ  ���     ���. '-1  TOUCAN KEEP DRY  .AMD ,    A   ^iT-TXv-^.  IN THB      .   ����,  EASDEST STORM ^JV  BY WEAftlNft      -^J  LeofeOtTerMta, Mratrcal, -Wlnolaei, Vancouver, SL John, tlamllton, Calvary  WATEPPROOF  _ OILED.  CLOTHING  WWi TMMWf 9Qtl9l  Blectric current   supplied   for  ^^*��*��-��^*��^*����^*��r^^^��-��'ft��4��^^>^^  X  *  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of .continuous ]iVn  service for operating.  : : :   :   i  Get Onr Rates. We Can Save Yon Money  .jr.at-au*..  .���ar.ra-ft.s**. m m.r .  ���,��^J��*^  .-. aJR,���cxntjr.-if^^rii^S^r! r?5.-"  5J^S^3SVffl  ���a^E^rrMf^nu*���^.-**^-;  ��-�����> ^^*^������f*W^����*^SJt ��������*  t^^B8Ba5i��m��jm������^ THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  Provincial  Navigation on the Skeena river  rill open about the 1st of May.  .Five convicts at the B.C. penitentiary have been sent tig for  trial on charges of prison  break-  ^-Potatoes are selling at the coast  t'wholesale for from $45 to $50  ��r   ton. and   they   will keep at  that price for the next two  months, or until the 1909 crop  begins to come into the markets  in large quantities.  J. S Brandon, of Trail, will  sue des Barres for damages for  false prosecution.  J. B. Morrison, of Nelson, has  invented a new type of water  motor which] is designed especially for irrigation purposes.  {Silence!  'The. instinct of modesty natural to every woman is often a  .Vj*trest hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases.   Women  "tarink from the personal questions of  the local  physician  which seem indelicate.   The thought of examination is abhorrent to them, und so they endure in silence a condition  (if disease which surely progresses from bad to worse.  ... It baa been Dr. Pierce's privilege to cure a  iiihz ireat'iitaay- *oni��iK>wb\9 Maya found a refu&e - ^  top. modesty In nla otter ot FREE conautta'-  tion by letter. All correapondence la held  a* aacredly confidential. Addreaa Or. R. V.  Fleree, Huttalo, It. Y.  Pierce's Favorite Prescription. restores  and   regulates  womanly functions, abolishes   pain  and   builds up and  the finishing touch of  health  on  every weak woman  gives it a fair trial.  :yM  r.'S*he;  puts  who  It Makes Weak Women Strong,  Sick Women Well.  You cau't aflo-dlo accept a secret nostrum as a substitute  U'i- tuis noii-aicoholic medicine of known composition.  The Duke of Gohhaught'a Rifles  will parade at the A. Y:P. exposition.  The Dominion Fisheries cruiser  Kestrel captured an American  poacher off tbe Scott Islands.  W. G. Gillett, of Nelson, was  married to Miss A. B. Hobbs, of  Rossland, last week.  ���Charles Hayertv, an electrician  emploved at the Granbv smelter,  had a narrow escape from death  by coming in contact witb high  voltage  wires.  UGLY SKIN SORES.  Huntly Walker.an "Englishman,  broke the Bank ot Monte Carlo,  winning ^62,000 in two hours.  Tbe Sultan of Turkey retains  his throne but will be ruler in  name only.  laa-  Tea  Coffee  and Extracts  Re��<��v��d HiftWt Aw-artl  Dominion Exhibition 1906  Seeding is proceeding briskly  on tbe prairies on a largely increased acreage.  ' The   Hungarian   Cabinet   has  resigned.  �����������  J  Come into the garden John���  Weather's mighty dry.  Whitewash all the palin's  Or���I'll know the reason why !  ���Atlanta Constitution-  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE.  In Wellington Camp. The property known as The Golden  Crown, with plant and equipment now found thereon. For  terms and particulars apply to  G. R. Colawell, Brandon, Manitoba.  Zam-Buk Removes Them  It is just at this season tnat pimples,  blotches, sores, scrofulous ailments,  and eruptions generally, make themselves most felt. Zam-Buk will be  found of wonderful ase whereever there  is skin eruption or deep seated ulceration. Pimples, Blotches, and irritating  rashes 6n the face or other parts of the  body indicate a disturbance of the functions of tlie skin. Impure matter,which  the blood should discharge by means  ofthe skin, is allowed to remain in the  doees, the process of "exhalation" ia  interrupted, and just where the bad  matter collects, there pimples, ulcers,  and sores quickly appear, and the skin  tissue' suffers. To be complete the  treatment must be of two kinds. The  sufferer may help to diminish the sup-  p'y of impurities by taking no rich,  greasy and indigestible f-ods; but, to  remove the impurities themselves, the  pores must be opened and the skin  made healthier by the vigorous application of Zam-Buk, morning end night  and washing frequently with some  pure soap. There is none batter than  the antiseptic Zam Bnk Medicinal and  Toilet Soap. Zam Buk balm stimulates  the functions of the skin by the penetration of its refined herbal essences,  and thus reaches the root of the disease  Mr. Arthur B. Griffin of 191 Pieton  street, E. Hamilton, says:���"I was  greatly troubled - with pimples and  and dlotches breaking out on my face.  I tried a number of remedies, and also  specially dieted, yet the pimples and  blotches remained. Actine on the suggestion of a friend, I began using Zan-*  Buk, and was much pleased to find an  improvement after several applications  The itching was alleviated, and the  inflammation seemed less. As I continued the Zam-Buk treatment, the  pimples and blotches became le^s sore,  the itching was cured altogether, and-  inflammation banished. In the course  of a short time every blotch and pimple  was removed,"  Zam-Buk is a sure cure for cuts, lacerations, burns, eczema, ring-worm,  piosoned wounds, festering sores, bad  leg, and all skin injuries and diseases,  It is also a cure for piles. Druggists  and stores everywhere sell at -50c a box  or post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, on receipt of price. Ypu are warned  against cheap and harmful imitations  sometimes represented as 'just as good'  MRS. MURRAY, graduate ia vooa  and instrumental music, ia prepared to  receive pupils in piano, organ and  voioe. Lateet Conservatory methods  taught. Class ia Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday. For terms and farther pertiou-  lars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  <$  FOR SALE  For Sale���50 acres of black  sandy loam, partly' cleared, well  suited for fruit growing, one-half  mile from railway station. Will  sell for $20 an acre -in whole or  part. $10 will finish clearing.  Half cash, balance on terms.  Apply to Times office, box 150.  Pianos, sewing machines, stoves, etc., for sale or rent. The  O.I.C., Second-hand man, A. L.  White. Phone 16.  For Sale���Buggy in good condition; $65. Light wagon, in  good condition. $65. Light single harness, $15. Also good 7-  year old horse, weight 1150 lbs.,  he's a beauty. A. L. White-  Second-hand Man.  NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVRM that, thirty  (30) dayR'after-date, I'lntend to apply to  the Hon. Chief Commissioner of J Land  and Works for a liceuce-to|prospect for coal and  petroleum nn tbe following' described lands,  situate in tbe Greenwood District.  Commencing; st a post Jaboat'ten (lOlcliains,  soiith'of the northwest cornerof lot 422, pre-emption, thence'east eig-hty (80) chains, thencesouth  eighty (KO)cliain;-, thence west eighty (80>clianis  'thetice-north-eirrhty (80) chains to place of com-  mencement/and containing-640 acres.  Dated this iBth day of March, 1909.  P. A. MacDonald  MANY HANDSOME DINNER  SETS GIVEN AWAY.  DID YOU GET YOURS?  Every 491b sack of Royal Standard Flour leaving our  mills contains a numbered coupon entitling the person who  holds it to a chance to be one of the lucky persons who  win one of the handsome china dinner sets given away each  month. The duplicates of these coupons are placed in a  receptacle, and ten are drawn each month,  There is no better flour in existence for bread making  than Royal Standard Plour. Tt is rich in color, pure,  strong, delicious and nutritious, In using Roval Standard  Flour you get the best flour value money can buy. In gathering coupons you run one chance in ten each month to  secure a handsone prize.  The luckv /mirbers will be inserted in this space the  first issue of -..ach   nonth.    Watch for them.  YANCOUYER MILLING & GRAIN C0..LTD.,  Vancouver, B.C.  ���**������������������**���'*****�����������������������*�����**�����������������*�����������������������������  ��  e  a  t P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. 1  GREENWOOD THE HEB OF THE BOUNDARY.  Keep Both Eyes on Greenwood.  NORTH  -V  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Sprint-dale and Mavis Mineral-Claims, situate  in Grecnwrod Mining Division of Tait  Diatrict. Where located: lu Skylark Ca-Bp  TAKE NOTICE that I, -sdaaund T. Wickwire, Free Miners' Certlfitats No. BU251,  intend, sixty 4ajs-from the date hereof, toapply to ttie Mining- Recorder for Certificates of  Improvements, far tha purpose ot obtaining  Crown GraatR of the above-claims.,  JLa4 further take notice that -action, nnder  ���action 37, attt Im aoma-eacad before tha  isananceof each Certificates of Improrementa.  Datad thia 2eth day of February, A. D. 190*.  EDMDND.T. WICKWIRE.  DEALERS IN  Tresb and Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry*  ��  0  e  ��  <  ��  ���  e  ��  ��  0  **  ��  i-v^w*f��o��t��c��a��i  r-0  Th�� Botunffldsury^  Sajricpils of Canadian Nerth-West  NOmiSTEAD RB0UUTIONI.  ANY available Cominion Lands within the  Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be  homesteaded by any person who Is the sole head  of a family, or any male over 18 years of aire,  to the extent of one-quarter section of 1(0 acres,  more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the loca  land office for the disrict in which the land ia  situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made on-certain conditions by the father,  mother, sou, daughter, brother or sister, of an  Intending- homesteader.  The homesteader is required to preform the  conditions connected there with under one of  the following-plant;  1) At least six months' residence upon aud  cultivation of the land ln eacb year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is de  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  in the viciuity of the land entered for. the re  quirements as to residence may be xatiKfied liy  such person residing- with the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent- residence  pon farming land owr.ed by him In   the vicin  ity of his homestead, the requirements as to res  ideitce  may  be satisfied by residence upon the  said land.  Six months' notice in writi.ig should lie given  tothe Commissioner of Dominion Lands al Ot  tawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining- rights may be leased fora  period of twenty-one years at an annual-rental  of Jl. per acre.   Not   more than -2,560acres shall  be leased to one individual or'compaiiy.   A royalty at the rate of five cents per ton  shall  be  ollected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. COKT,  Da-antr of the Minister of ths Interior  N. a.���Uaaatkorlaad publloaUoa of  this  ad  vastiaaattat will &���< kc paid for.  Cbc...  Boundary  Creek times  is   the  Pioneer Weekly  of the  Boundary Creek  Mining District.  Ladies' Calling Cards,Holland Linen, can be had at  Tht Timoa Office, 50c a box.  SOUTH  The City of Greenwood is surrounded by Mining Camps, which have great bodies of low*-*  grade ore, and some of the richest high-grade veins that have ever been   discovered.  Greenwood has big Smelters and proven mines, and a mineralized area of boundless  possibilities,  There is now a revival of mining in the Boundary Country, of which Greenwoood is the  Centre.  The day is near when as many thousands of menwill be employed in the Boundary mines  as there are hundreds now.  All tint is required is more capital to work the wonderful deposits of mineral in the richly  favored Boundary.  For information, Address.  FRED'K. W. McLAINE, Secretary Greenwood Board of Trade.  Mr. C. V.'Mntart is a Custom** Broker  aad Insuranc*. Agent at St. Catharines,  Ont H�� -writes the Zam-Buk Co. aa  follow-;: " I have been a sufferer for year*  with itching pile.. I ba�� mat naaj-  dollan on advertised reroedws for Piles but  Cot no ralief. A friend of mine ��dv��edine  to try Zam-Btik. I had but little faith ha  any remedy to cure me, bul tried one box  and I got relief at once. I have nsed four  boxes and am completely cured. I ��n��y>*  thank you enough for such a -wonderful  curstire sal-re. -*-1 have recommended Zam-  Bnk to my friends and they too were cured.  AM-BUK ������  jocortbaZscf  BakCa,,Tareate  ���V The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  -f The Timet? is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  -fThe Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods.  SEE IF IT CAN'T.  ���f Subscribe For,Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary'&  Leading Paper.  s*BM THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  FHOUR  No one want-, ia cat anything-* but lhe best bread. Purit}*  Flour wins, its w.iy by what, it docs���the best Hour makes  the be:,t bread. Try it to-day.  .Ask your grocer fur Purity.  I  SOLE   AGENTS  Greenwood and Anaconda  See our New Line of  TRUNKS, S JIT CASES, GLADSTONE,  CLUB BAGS, TELESCOPES,  CASES, ETC.  mm i liiii a  A.LWHITE  !��� ma. m m. n n  ii~sai< ~s> a~�� ir ~w at ~i> si T ir~ai nii n�� ssj.sff  Purely Personal !  P. F. RooBa is on a business  (p the coast.  Chas. P&tsworth of Wallace  mountain, is down on a holiday  visit.  Miss Fleming has gone on a  trip to the coast.  A. N,"Borton and H. A. Hand-  asyde of the Bell mine management Jeft on Wednesday on a trip  to Europe accompanied by Mrs.  Handasyde.  i W. T. Hunter has returned  from a trip to Lethbridge and  other points in Alberta.  Tom MacAuley an old-timer in  the West Fork country has returned to Greenwood.  D. Iv. Mcllroy will go to Prince  Rupert lo look into the situaaion  i.liere.  Mrs I D. Dinsmoe was vtsil-  iii<C in Grand  Forks last week.  J. H. Kennedy, chief engineer  on thc (>rcat Northern construction works came in on Tuesday  ���icci'iiipanied by Alex McKenzie  construction foreman on the Keremeos Princeton work.  George Kiddie has resigned his  position as assayer at the Afterthought mine at Orient and will  open aii assay office at Salmo.  D. O. McKay is rusticating on  the West Fork.  Isaac Crawford, merchant,  Rock Creek, was in town on M*n-  day.  Bora���At Greenwood, April  27th, to Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Frechette, a daughter.  V. J. Rose, of Hedley, was in  Greenwood this week.  Fred Axam met with a painful  accident at the smelter the other  day by which several lingers were  badly crushed.  R K Steven will'take a month'.-  holiday on the coast.  James Bo.tes, of the Cranbrook  C.P.R land department, was in  the city this week ou company  business.  S. T. Larsen, Rock Creek, was  in the city on Tuesday.  TOWN lOTICo  =4)  i__  Furniture antf Stove Man.  BHaaOaafl  Phone 16  Wanted!  500 MEN  To hear Evangelist  D. S. TOY Speak  t*iS**-��*"*>t*'*-|* ~ih-*2*-4*"^*l"*^*^*^*"��^*^*^*4*"4*'4^  TO RENT  ****  *    ��*  Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd. J  OPPOS1T1C THE POST OFFICE. ��{.  Fine f>-roomed modern house.  4-Roomed   Cutias^e.  Suite of Rooms in a Block.  ()ne Furnished Room.  FOR SALE  City Lots at all prices.  Fine Ranch comprising- 715   acres.  LAGER AND PORTER,  GINGER ALE, GINGER BEER,  ALL KINDS OP  ^ARaONATED DRINKS  $  n  i  i  $  PINT BOTTLES FOR FAMILY  USE  Bottled and Draught Beer.  Phone 138, Greenwood  Phnenix Rrpwprv C(\    Successors to the  riiueiiu Diewerjf -to., Elkhorn Brewery Co  Antiseptic   Hand   Cleaner   has]     Ladies' Calling Cards,Hol-  got   soap   skinned   a mile.    We!i���nJ  guarantee tbegx>ds.  2nd Hand,  A. L. White  Linen, can   be   had at  The Times Office, SOc a box.  SUBJECT:  "Sowing and Reaping"  In   the AUDITORIUM,  Sunday, May 2nd,  .130 p.m.  JOHN W. REYNOLDS will sing  For Men Only  The trout season opens tomorrow.  C. YE. Shaw is surveying a  group of claims in Long Lake  camp for Spencer Bennerman.  MacRae Bros, stationers of  Greenwood and.Phoenix will establish a branch store at Prince  Rupert.  F. W. McLaine has bought out  the business of the Bealey Investment Co. and D. A. MacDonald  has taken oyer Mr. McL*une's fire  insurance business.  Boundary Valley Lodge I.O O.F.  Fo. 38, attended service last Sunday evening at the Presbyterian  church.  Coles' Bookstore has the largest assortment of fishing tackh  in the city���at, right prices.  At th? provincial offices last  Friday a marriage license was issued to Wm. Nidland and Bertha  Stofer, both of Phoenix.  A general special inBeling of  Greenwood Fire department is  called for tonight (.Friday). All  members are requested to attend  as important business will be  dealt with.  The fishing tackle that Coles'  Bookstore sells is the best made,  and insures a good catch with  the smallest percentage of lost  fish.  The first spiiog rain visited  Greenwood on Monday night and  has produced a livening effect on  the Greenwood lawns.  A sub-station hns been built at  the portal ot the Greenw >od-  Phoenix tunnel and the electric  wires aie installed.  Ia another column we print the  a*lveitiseirent   announcing     ihe  sale uf ihe Dominion   Cupper C ���'���-��  properties ai ihe Board   of Trad-  room-, V'ai c uvei, ou-Mr-y   28ib.  The $25 piizi for the best assay on "The Resources of Greenwood District" was awird d t-  H. E. McCutcheon, whose vei y  creditable effort will appear in  the next issue of th-j '* Times."  Practically all-the mi lers h ive  been laid off at the Mother Lode,  and if relief is -not immediately  forthcoming in the fuel situation  the smelter will also close   down.  It is expected however, that  the supply of coke will be resumed i ii the course of a very few  weeks, and that the B C. mines  and smelters will soon again be  busy.  The bachelors of Boundary  Valley Lxlge 1.0,0 F. entertained tbe members of the order and  friends Ust night iu lho E igli*,"  Hall.  Ouite -a nuui'ier were pres��*nl  from Phoenix and other points,  a goodly number of the Daughters of Rebekah adding charm  and merriment to a pleasant evening.  Sergt.-Major Schoof,of Claircs-  holm, Alberta, lectured oa M > i-  d*3y and Tuesday evenings to appreciative audiesces in the Methodist church on matters pertaining to what may be seen, and to  what may be expected to happen,  in Afiica.  The annual vestry meeting of  Sf. Jude's church was held last  Might. The balance sheet showed that considerable progress bad  been nn.de financially. Total  rece'pts from Ens'er, 1908, to  Eis'er, 19 )-J, jSl,r.04.54. After  paying all expenses of the year,  !>es'd s several old acecunts carried ->ver fr >tn the previous year,  i small b ilnnce rem lins on hand."  Th�� following officers were eicc.t-  ������d���Vicar's Warden, G ' B Ta y-  ���or; People's Wa-den, E. R. Red-  ���a'h; Treasurer, C- J Eale*; Liy  ile'eyit-s o Synod, Messrs. K-*n-  lal' ( -on-resident), S. M. Joh"-  y>*\ W G. McMynn, F. W. Mc-  f.,ai"p (Miti-^iitutc). Sidesmen,  Messrs. Proct->r,Stow, R, Wilson,  E. Foyle Sinitli, S. M. Jmison.  GALVANIZED  Wire Poultry Netting  3, 4, 5 and  6 Feet High.   ,  At $3, $4, $5 and $6 PER ROLL.;  Each Roll Contains 150 Lineal Feet.  THE-  Hunter Kendrick Co. Ltd.!  THE   BI.Q  STORE  CUSTOMS SALE BY PUBLIC  AUCTION.  To I in .sold by public aud ion iimlcr  he provisions of tlie Custi>ms act ;il  Customs House, Green won I, B C.,  MAY 8 2 |>.ui-, the fallowing fc'o.itl.s  whi -li ii,.vi>. been forfeited or whicl. nr?  in il.-f mi' f-/r payment of dntie* u-wler  the Cus oms laws, vi**.*. I'JCltaj^es of  friigh-s and express.  FREIGHT  D   A.  McLearn. 1 N ck Yoke.  T. A   McLean. l.Av-rninfr.  F   B  H lt:i'i. Birber's Chair �� Mirror.  EXPRESS.  C  H 11   1 Sui- Olothinir.  Wm  Kcrct.er, 1 Travelling--Case.  Terms cash. H   Mc��.'i;tchkon, ,;  C illector of Customs,  DitedatG eenwood, B C. April 26,1909.  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE.  In Wellington Camp. The pro  perty known as The Golden  Crown, with plant and equipment how found thereon. -fPor  t-i m* and particulars apply to  G. R, Cold well, Brand in, Manitoba.  J 1 U'_.  Corportion of the City of  Greenwood.  NOTICE is herebv giveu that the  pruvisioiisof the Pound By law  will be strictly enforced, an.d  all persons are hereby required  to clean up their premises in  accordance with the provisions  of ihe Health By-law.  , By order of the Council.  Dated April lbtb, 1909.     :       -'*'-''  STAIRS   WITH    CHILD  timoiii 1  proves once agaiii the superio. ity oi  Balm," Z-.111-1 uk.   Mrs. I,.  Spnlilin;- m 505  I iii  On., says:  -'Senile lime back 1 met wi li a peculiar  accitUnl while descending the stairs with a child  in my nrmt.    I slipped, fallin-j lieavily on. my !��� h  ������ini and ellxiw, receivinga flesh wound.    My arm  <vas infl.iiiied, swollen ai.d very pnii ful.     I tiieil  difk-renl   preparation**,  but  llie wound kept discharging and refused to heal.    About this time my  brother siii-gcsted iisinj- /.am-link.     I acted upon  liis   advice.      /.am-Huk   tlioiour-lily   cleaned   lhe  wound, stopped all rlischai^int' :ind  - othe<l the  pain  and  in  lour  weeks the  wiminl   was  nicely  healed.    I have had perfect use of bolh elbow nnd  arm   ever   since" and owe this- good  luck to the  wonderful   healinj-   balm   Znni-iiuk   and   would  advise others to use notliin--; else."   Znni-ISi'k cures  cuts Jjiiiis^s, Ijurrs. ic.7i-.iuA. festering wounds and  all skin iliseiisf^�����,f ,-dt di tiuci>ts and stores��� 500,  1-ox cir pet-paid from the-"aw-l'iik Co., Turonio.  Send fur -.-.tuple and enclose ic it amp for postage.  F  %  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  ST1GE  Leav:s   Gre.nwood at 7 a in   to  connect with Spokane train; ind  at 2 p ni  with Keremeos train.  J   McDonell  Sk  .arc  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  Special \ Values in  CARPETS, ^  LINOLEUMS,  OILCLOTHS,  ,... .REFMGERATQRS,  GO-CARTS  ii Mi.  Everything in the ^mituref L|iii.J  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -:   Phone m  "-V-*V* -Vv^Vk/ *-V*V ,-\^-^'-V-V^V<^>����<k i  f Palace Livery Stable  In the Supreme Court of British Columbia.  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F;;--e.  PROPRIETOR  -x<^:��:��:~:��>4-3m-k-<^^  EVERY HOME NEEDS  IN THE M4TTER OF THE DOMINION  COIVER COMPANY IN LIQUIDATION.  Between���  National Trust Company Limited.  Plaintiffs  And Dominion Cocper Company Lira  i*ed.  Defeutlaiits.  P UK SO A NT ina Jiidir meiit of lliu Supreme  Court of Hritisli Columbia made in the  above entitled anion tlie whole of tin; property  leal and personal (.'nods, eliattles and CITects of  tlie above named Domiuiuii-Copper Company  Ltd. will subject to the approbation of the Jtld-,'e  ln Chambers, be sold !>> Mr. Tlioiuas   Shirley,  tlie person appoint!-1  by  tlie Jmlife by   public   .auction at tlie Hoard of Trade Rooms, MolsoiisJ ... .��i^igsi^i-  Hank Buildinir. Haslinir Street, Vancouver, ]",C, i tt{sr=y^=****=**J*-^>=^*--��":  on the ttveiity-uiirlitli day of May A.D.l'Wlat tlie   U  hour of eleven o'eloek m tlie forenoon; I '��  Tlie property includes the smeller situate at j jl  ltoutidary Falls, the liroot-lyii, StennvinUer, M  Idaho, Rawhide, Montezuma. Sunset, Crown'1'  Silver, C. O. I)., Morrison,and Athelstan mines, | < j  and other- well known C0|>p-r mines aud \ y.  claims in thc-Bomdary Miniii(rBectioii of Yale ; j|  District. Hritinh Columbia, together with ail ;'*  lands, hui'diuirK, machiriery, equipment, tools, j l{  fittiiijrs, supplies, anil other nood., ch.itteli and ��� ^ i  effects; ! K  TO THE  Next Door to P. W. George's  J. L  i.i-i\  Successor to White Bro-s.  Subscribe for the Times.  Subject to reserve bids to lie fixed by UieJtidg'C j j  the property  will be sold iu two lots marked re-  ;;>  spectively "A" and "H"; Lot "A" will consist oT ! (JJ  all the Company's property real and personal K��  except that included in Lot "B": Lot''15" will \\.  consist chiefly of supplies on hand for the mines r j| .  and smeller and the benefit of a contract with ;���??  tlii-Caiiadij.ii PAcific Railway Company respect- | i'  inrr freiir'ht rates oil ore to be shipped from the j ji  Rawhide Mines. \\.  Cataloirues of the property  included ia   eaclijjl  lot and the Particulars and Conditions ol Sale j y  canto obtained at the offices of the National  Trust Company Ltd. in Toronto; of the Airculs  of the Canadian Han!* of Commerce. Id Ex-  chauifc Hlac.!. New York City; of P. F. Roos-t,  the Receiver at Boundary I-'atls.British Oolum  hia, audof the uudcrsirrued. The documents of  title tothe real propjrty and mineral claims can  lie examined at the ollice of tlie uidersitrned.  ATK'i t'tis2>ci-'.v of April. X. D. l<m.   .  WILSON, SENKLKK   & BLOOMFIELD.  Solicitors fur the Plaintiffs  Inns of Court   Bnildiiiir, 429  Hamilton Street, Vancouver, B. C.  Just the thing;  I m��,  -,'Jtti    IrniMfLMMHk,  Bass and  Guinness in Nips  Direct Importation.  Greenwood Eiauor 0o.  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  The Cheapest Hace in the  Cfe Jo JBuy Wall Paper at  i^'Sl^^3^^3SSi^^Jlij!Sil^^^^^~^3S^l  ���3tca?s��aai^^twi5j^5^

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