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 GREENWOOD,  l�� LATEST AND BEST  "Si7* Vi  -THH?  EONOMY FRUIT JAR  ^3*  Me Smooth Mouth  Rubber Rings  All Sizes  IT  BEFORE J^'lyY.  ilaw-Caulfi|l(l|o.,Lt(l.  GROCERIES.    CROCKERY.'    HARi  ;fy GENJT^   FURNISHINGS.  ;<^fT A^'pciErMisep^^tt^^iiW soli*^. values in  ' Y*��^i~  ?i>YA% yYY��Y~-.- ������^gfr  iRor* ^Dist sSjSK mattresses,  ^ll^dWS AND PILLOW SLIPS,  SftE��TS, BLANSfejS, ��� '  *    EIDER DOWN��OMFORTERS,  % v-       *  COTTON COMFORTERS.  ^**;s!l  *^H-r��'*Mr Jn the Furniture Line.  '. M. Gulley a*- Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  Toilet Needs  SUMMER   :  fc  nit(M Cream  ^agffgtt & Ramsdell's Cream  Milkweed Cream  _ Malvina Cream  Pompeian Cream  %Hazeline Sno$^  THQMAS' WJTCH HAZEL CREAM  -\  CAUia lacalu  Talcum Powder-srToilet Waters,  Sha*fflpoes, Etc.  GREENWOOD  y? CIII COUNCIL  '*:}{  1p. burns & co. I  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  The City Council met in regular  session Monday evening, August 15,  Acting Mayor Sutherland, Aldermen  Dixon, McKee, Craig and Sater. ber  ing present.  Moved by Alderman Sater, ��� seconded by Alderman jGraig, that the  minutes of the previous meeting be  adopted as read.    Carried.  A letter from J. Jermyn was read  re. tearing down building on lot 29,  block 7, map' 21. Letter ordered  filed. ���  ' Fire, water and light, health, cemetery, pound and street committees  reported pro-jjess.  ' Moved by Alderman McKee, seconded by Alderman Dijcon, that J. W.  Nelsoii "be allowed the use of lot 18,  block 5, map 21, temporarily. Carried.  The finance committee reported  the followingr;aceounts correct:   ���:������   .  Ef;Pope,;%l*W. Graham, $1:05;  Kinney &^icDqnald, $4:75 i; B. C.  Copper Co. ^ $34.85; ��� A; A. Frechette, 50c; H.Bose, $10; Russell-  Law Co., $8.35; Greenwood Water  Works, ��8.25 and $115p Thomas  Drug Co., $6:95.  -  Moved by Alderman Dixon, seconded by Alderman Sater, that the report be received and the accounts  paid."   Carried.  y Moved,by "-Alderman Dixon, sec-  prtdedVy AMernian Craig, that.Jjy-  law; Noyy3,-1910, be reconsidered,  adopted and finally passed. Carried.  ; Moved by Alderman Dixon, seconded by Alderman McKee, tbat Bylaw No. 4 be reconsidered, adopted  and finally passed. Carried,  y Moved, by Alderman Craig, seconded by Alderman Sater, that this  council doth "hereby resolve that the  buildings situate on the following:  Jas. Rusk, lot 8, block 14, map 21;  A. B.   Hart,   lot 10,   block 16, map;  21; I, H. Hallett, lot 35,  block 7,  Tnapi 21, repairs; Alfred Hall, Jot 31,  block 12, map 21; Roser Cohen, lots  25 and 25, block 7, map  21;   Lottie  "^Mansfield, lot 12, block 10, map 21;  F. Fera-estate, lot 3, block D, map  28; Fitz Granberg, lot 9, block A,  block A, map 28; F. O. Buckless,  lot 23, block 7, mag 21, repairs;  Mary Stanton, lot 11, block 1, map  57; Citrons & Miller, lot  12,   block  B, may 28; Thos. McLean, lot 5|,  block 7, map 21, in the city of Greenwood, B. C, according to plans Nos.  21, 28 and 57, be declared a nuisance  and dangerous to the public safety,  and it is ordered that the same be removed or pulled down or otherwise  dealt with as the council may determine, by the owner or agent thereof,  wjthin ten days after service of this  order, and in default of this order being complied with within the period  named it is ordered that such removal  or pulling down be done by an officer  of the corporation at the cost of such  owJ$r-aftd;that; thevcost and all expenses incidental thereto" be enforced  ^gainst ^he ' owner thereof by such  officet: iri an actien in any coiirt of  Yr"W^s>; . - ������ '.'".'. . * ��� ���;' yY:  competent jurisdiction.    Carried.   f  ���THE-PHOENIX  The .largest" and most disastrous fire  that has ever visited Phoenix started  at 3:50 last Friday afternoon in the  No. 3 oil house of the Granby Consolidated  Mining and  Smelting   Co.  It took but an instant to travel along  the covered approach between the  mouth of the tunnel and the No: 3  crusher building. The sparks of the  crusher building, fanned by a breeze,  began falling on the lower streets and  sparks caught the Methodist and Presbyterian churches, the Palace Livery  stables, public school house, the Pioneer Publishing Co.' s office and plant,  Supt. Smith's residence and the  Hodge cottage;' The new machine  and blacksmith shops of the Granby,  only erected' last winter, shared the  same fate.  That part of Phoenix known as the  upper town was not completely leveled is "due to the excellent work rendered by the city fire, department and  the Granby employees.  It looked several times that the town  must go, and there was many an  empty house as furniture was removed  to the street and places of safety.  The following telegrams from and  to Premier McBride are self explanatory, and certainly evidence the best  soft of sympathy:  Victoria, B. C, Aug. 12.  Ernest Miller, Phoenix:  Message received. If any distress  kindly wire at once and we will be  glad to afford immediate relief. Convey to management of mine great regret of self and colleagues at loss,  also to mayor, citizens and miners  my sympathy with them on the oc-  casion of such a dire calamity.  R. McBride.  Phoeni-.. R- C    "W. 13.  Hon.-.!'.   ���*,  Vict    -.,   .-..  nhoer  bi*.v.  cMayeu     plyi.�� ,.  rival of Granby officials  seriousness of loss.  Am happy to report that no necessity for charitable relief to citizens and  that Granby expects to resume full  operations within ten days.  Ernest Miller.  - The U, S. group of clele��ates to  the congress of the Inter-Parliamentary union at Brussels, August- 29 to  September 2, has sailed from New  York. They will present several resolutions looking toward tlie establishment of permanent peace between  the nations of the workl. These  resolutions were submitted tothe state  department by Representative Hichard  Barthold, of Missouri, chairman of  the American group. ,  One will ask the conference to re  quest governments which are signatories to The Hague Peace conference and the London Naval conference to sanction the American proposition that the international prize court  be invested with the jurisdiction of an  international court of arbitral  justice.  Another resolution will ask the conference to request each of the governments represented to appoint a  commission analogous to that recently  appointed by the United States.  The commission would report to  the respective parliaments prior to the  third Hague Peace conference in 1915  a well defined scheme looking to the  perfection of a system of world feder--.  ation in addition to an international  judiciary.  The International Peace congress,  which has been in session since August 1, has closed. The action ofthe  American congress in causing the  president to appoint a commission to  study the question of limitation of  armaments was applauded repeatedly  when referred to in the speeches, and  a resolution was adopted by acclamation urging all governments to follow  the lead of the United States.  PRIZE FIGHT AT PHOENIX  r   nier,  <.;.  ar-  P"   .5  .���wai ng  to  ascc+'an  1  Moved to 'adjauri*}.  -.*.���.  NEW  i��iS>:  SITE  LIBERAL ASSOCIATION  The meeting- called last Monday evening, to consider and  formulate plans for an excursion  to Nelson, had a very large and  spirited attendance. It was unanimously voted to engage a special  train which will leave Greenwood  in the morning of August 29th,  about 9 a. tn., and proceed direct  to Nelson, in honor of Sir Wilfrid  Laurier and the pleasure of seeing1  and hearing our grand old man  and his colleages and enjoy their  speeches at first hand. The  special will leave on Tuesday to  return to Greenwood. The fare  to Nelson and return is placed at  the. lowest possible" rate of $3.25  and itis confidently expected that,  all who can possibly do so, will  take it in and haveya fine representative gatheruig- pf the clans  of both sides of politics.  J. W.  Nelson   has received a  ..-.:������':���.-.-y :.    .  ;}:   'Tr-Y^r.-.:  ... ��� Y. ���  -,:.  communication from Ottawa ^  firmi-og.the ^al|y^|^ ^opjerty  to.th^Dpminiott;government for  ^^n^^-posipl^.^itt'd' informs  Wnr fljat 4ne cooocil has author-J  -|--'--'-,--v--^*i'v?/--'.., ���.���-.   '(..-' ������'r;"i--,'s--.--'>*'   "������'���- '���'. i  |i**��a-the^Tcbase a^that neces-4  ^r^s^-^^4|tae kcquisitiot*/of  BELL TELEPHONE  _At Phoenix, on Monday, August tbf T5-round contest "be-  tweec Si. er, V.-.z 145-pound  v e1 x weight champion of B. C,  and Scogbtie Lackie, was pulled off  in the opera house. Considerable  interest had been manifested in  this fight, and it proved to be one  of the fastest ever witnessed in  Phoenix, the opera house being  filled to overflowing. Several  good preliminaries were pulled  off previous to tbe main event.  At 9:15 Scotty Lackie entered tbe  ring and war* introduced to the  audience, followed by Billy Biner,  both men receiving a rousing  cheer. The referee, McArthur,  of Rosslaud, was then introduced  and explained the conditions of  the fight. Billy Biner fought  gamely until the tenth round,  wheu he took the count for nine,  but revived and came back repeatedly, In the 14th round he  fell completely exhausted and  took the count of ten. Scotty  Lackie is undoubtedly a physical  wonder, leaving the ring as fresh  as when he entered the fight.  Much credit is due Jim Walsh,  the fight promoter, who brought  this event to a successful issue.  Everyone went home satisfied  that they had received their money's worth. Bob Pritchard challenged the winnar.  A great deal of nonsense is being  talked nowadays in certain quarters regarding Canada's claim to the right of  being called a nation. Canada is not  a natioii although "practically she has  been intrusted with and does exercise  nearly all the most important powers  and functions of a nation; she is  merely a very important part of the  greatest nation in the world, and why  should there be anv discussion on the  fanciful lad of Canadian nationhood  that is an absurdity on the face of it.  England, today, is not a nation; Ireland is not a nation, .and Scotland is  not a nation. None of these make  any pretense of being nations nor ask  to be called such, and why should a  mixture of English, Irish and Scotch  together with some two million of  French Canadians who are as good  Britons as any of us put forward any  such claim because they or their forefathers for reasons that seemed good  to them to chose to make this country  their home? Is this kind df nonsensical talk all the return we can make  to the mother country for giving to us  the full measure of self-government  which we enjoy?  A jjetition is being�� circulated* for  signatures of the residents of Greeq-  woodi Anaconda and Deadwood",  which, failing* to be remedied by local  means, will be sent to the .Provincial  I go\����^swflt at.Victoria, for. the im.r  medjate removal of the powder house  placed contrary to law within half a  mile Of Greenwood near the Mother  Lode- road.  The strenuous efforts niade lately  to prevent the forest fires from bunding this powder house has awakened  the public to the dreadful' m<- ace  right in our midst.  %:  -��U'i  W  TEN YEARS AGO  1ES��  (From '{nuii-larv Creek Times <jf  The Canadian   Bank  of $$&���  :*.-    '      "''  TENNIS TOURNAMENT  Considerable interest is already  being manifested in the annual  Lawn Tennis tournament, and a  record entry is promised.  The tournament commences on  Saturday, 2i"th August. The  courts are in splendid shape and  everything points to a fine fortnight's sport.  Intending competitors are reminded that the entries close tomorrow, 20th August, and ought  to give in their names to Mr. Mac-  -pherson.  What is dieting for a rich man  may be a poor man's starvation.  merce is fighting for the cit^  iness. -  4**'** 1!  W. G. Williams, supt: of the"  Greaves properlies^is at the  Armstrong hotel. '^3*^        '    ~  ���ii\t?f%ii'<  Andrew   Laidlaw  '-as. chosen  the site for the new  stnelK:*'  ������  miles below the city.  ��� '���.-,-  The Grand Forks. -*;r>  blown in on  Tuesday  a.* ���':  have a capacity of ��00 -"ons ��.'    ._,.  Married���--At Nelson on Saturday "night, J. P. Vroom, to Mrs.  Armstrong, both  of Greenwood.  B  F. J. Finacune, manager of  the Bank of Montreal, returned  on Wednesday from a trip to  Europe.        ���   A big rumpus in the city council in regard to proposed change  of city account irom Bank of  Montreal to Bank of Commerce.  o  Lime  Anger is like a stone cast into  a wasp's nest.���Malabar Proverb.  lished  Frank slide  kilns  have  been   estab-  on  the  site of the great  A bulldog isn't always fighting  for his rights.  -^ii*V:  The gross" earnings for the first  six months, of 1910 was the tidy  little amount of $80,000,000, considered the largest in the history  of the Cpmpany, showing a steady  I^reasey^ontti by month, and  yeaiy ���;���'.; ��� .��� -  . ���*���  .1...,-.  y':���** A Jfffee.' setlO-'teethisnotalways  thecaSse of a~faleetto void  (A  ANGEL OF THE CRIMEA  Florence Nightingale,  heroine  of the Crimean war, died in London August 13th, aged 90 years,  and was. buried in  Westminster  jq Abbey.    She was the first woman  ^fto follow an army into battli  .te'nurse, and in the Crimean  gained the title of Angel of  Crimea.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO  ESTABLISHED  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  Paid-up Capital  Reserve Fund  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTME  Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest ;  rates.    Accounts  may be opened in the name-  more persons and withdrawals made by any  one of them or by the survivor.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager - Greenwood  Hot Weather Specials  i quart " White Mountain " Ice Cream Freezers  4-quart "Twin " Ice Cream Freezers,  6-quart *' White Mountain " Ice Cream Freezers  12 quart " White Mountain " Ice Cream Freeze  Some people make light of cv  \5xg3Zsitixfi  rJ'M&Olr'^^ir^fe  M**B&  8��*��r  Adjustable Window ScreeDs, large   Adjustable Window Screens, smalt   Automatic " Hot Point" Electric Iron**   All Garden Hose, including " Moulded " Hose, at 25  Genuine " Ball" Fruit Jars, 1 pint_   Genuine "Ball " Fruit Jars, 1 quart.   Genuine " Ball " Fruit Jars, '/i gallon   The Hunter-Kendrick  UIMITBD  HARDWARE MERCHANTS  PHONE  9  'WWArf'V-VJWWJ  ) >'J*���i  THE   -BOUNDARY    CREEK  TIMES  ���uu  inKim-fnii  Capita^  Mp^lMO^QOpv  ftesC  $12,000,000.  ,J*V��ldeJit :i XORD ST��A%flc<��*^-AK^MoiJNT_RovAi., G. C. M. u  Gkohgb.A. *Jit*--Mrirp-��D,K. C. M. G.  ��� "c-a-aial'Manag-ir** rSiR B^ S. Clods-ton, Bart  "      ��$&��'%2��L\ ��ew York, Chicago.  Grant Commercial an  Buy auS sell SttrllM.Bx'&*��4'tf'fran'J 9**ble Tra,1?!*!r-i  Tiavellera��Credlt��H*yanabl��ta any partjot the world.   ,  V^il-W BANK DEPARTMENT  "hi latere^ allowed at current rates.  Gr een^bofl Braflcj,    W. F. PROCTOgJjUnagen  ���YXF*\  ->*S*  .�����?�����  - lai!  **2  *=B  l&M  THE BANK OF  1910  ritisti North America  must pay for the pleasures they  derive irom it. But care must  always be taken when near houses  that the object fired at is distinctly seen before the shot is  made," .otherwise pleasure may  turn to tragedy. Then, it must  be remembered, that no one under  16 years pf age, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian,  is allowed to carry a firearm for  any purpose whatever. With  these conditions borne in mind,  there is nothing to deter local  hunters from having a really  good time.  patronize both of these, and give  them a grand send off,  A' Victoria clergyman - a n-  npuhced that he will decline; to  marry any couple unless they can  show.him that they are able to  begin married life ou an inqome  of $2,000 a year.  EDITORIAL COMMENT  7* Years In Business.  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  a Reserve Fluid  is as necessary for a  family as for a  company. The best  reserve Fund for a family is a snug sum of  money in a strong Bank.  Begin  your Savings  Account   now in the  Bank of British North America.  Deposits of $1.00 and upwards received and  Interest compounded at highest current rates.  Greenwood Branch///F. A. CHESTER, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barkistkr, Soucitok,  Not a ry I'Tnr.ic  Cable Address:      ���' Hallktt."  'Bedford M'Neill's  Codes ���< Morelug & Neal's  I Leiber's  Greenwood. B. O.  JOHN D. SPENCE,  Barkistkr and Soucitok,  Rende'.l   Block,  Greenwood,  B. C  C. AE. SHAW.  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyor,  Greenwood, B. C.  P. O. Box 57, Phone 32.  WILLIAM FLEMING,  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  H. W. FARMER & CO.,  REAL ESTATE AGENTS,  Rock Creek, B. C.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES  MASONIC  Regular monthly meetings of Greenwood  Lodge No. 2S, A. F. & M-, are held on the first  Tliursday of each monlh at Fraternity Hall,  Government street. Visiting'brethren cordially  welcomed. W. ELSON, VY. M. J. S. BIRNIE,  Secretary.  1. O. 0.  F.  Boundary Valley Lodge No. 38, meets every  Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. in the I. O.O F  hall. F. E. BROWN, N. G. GREY POND,  V. G. WALTER MURRAY, Rec. Sec. A  hearty welcome to all visiting brothers.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS  Greenwood Lodge, K. of P., meets every  Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. iu K, P. Hall.  W. JOHNS, V. C. AUSTIN LOGAN, K. of R.  and S.    WM. LAWSON, C. C.  W. F. M.  Greenwood Miners' Union No. 22, meets every  Saturday eveniug in Union Hall, Copper street,  at 7:30 p. m., and at Mother Lode mine every  Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. LESTER MACKENZIE, Secretary.  REBEKAHS  Greenwood R jbeWr-.h Lod--<- Nr 1 f��, I. O. O. F.  mpets fir-it and *:ji"d Mo'.d.vvs oi ;ac'n mnntli  at I O. O. F. Hall. MRS. THOMPSON. N. G.  MISS MAY JiUC'KLESS, V. G. ROBERT  HALCROW, Rec. Sec.    .Boundary Creek Times  issued every Trldav  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  1'kk Ykak    2 ��0  Six Months  1 25  To Fork-on Coni"T��iB8 2 SO  <UMIOM  FRIDAY, AUGUST 19,1910.  K. V, EXTENSION  construction visible other than  tbe line completed to Lvnch creek,  t.he citv of Grand Forks demands,  and very rightly so, whether the  K. V. lines mean business or not,  and the following* motion was  made recently at a meeting of  citizens:  " Tbat the chairman appoint a  committee of three to draft a  resolution to the Provincial government requesting them to thoroughly look into the matter of  the construction of the North  Fork line, and that the railwav  company be compelled to go  ahead with the construction, and  that a copy of tbe resolution be  forwarded to Premier McBride,  the attorney general and Ernest  Miller, M. P. P. .  This is the proper medicine for  those delinquent railway promoters, and if any satisfaction is  given Grand Forks, we have a  rod in pickle for this same outfit.  None will dispute the vast importance to" all of the interior  towns of the Midway extension  which willopen up the finest lands  under God's heavens and also allow  us an exit to the coast, without  taking the roundabout course via,  Nelson and lakes  to Vancouver.  So it is really we who have the  biggest grievance, and should  kick, worse than any mule, that  the construction at Midway is no  further ahead than it was years  ago, except that we did. feel somewhat elated to see, or fancy we  did, the start of things, when  two men and a wheelbarrow put  in an appearance at Midway, but  flies were pretty bad just then,  and they took to the bush, and  since then "nothing doing." So  if we all kick in unison there  may be a shaking oi the dry  bones aud a start made���a consumption devoutly to be wished.  Less Hot Air and more of dig in  will suit us better and keep peace  in the family.  The transportation charges for  "carrying an appeal case to the  foot of the throne," are excessive.  The legal expenses in connection  with a Canadian case recently argued before the Privy Council  amounted to 86,000., The amount  in dispute was only $2,000.  Bill   -Haney  who killed   Con-  * *  -.table Decker at Ashcroft in Juue  09, and escaped, lias been caught  .ind identified by tha authorities  at Dillon, Montana, and will be  delivered'to Cauada to be dealt  with.  Be sure and take a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy with you when starting- on  your trip this summer. It cannot be  obtained oil board the train or steamers. Changes of water and climate often cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea,  and itis best to be prepaired. Sold by  all druggists and dealers.  ADVERTISING  It would be a good thing for  Greenwood if the Board of Trade  would meet the request of the  Spokane Interstate Fair and send  an exhibit of the minerals of the  district in order that visitors may  be shown something of the marvelous mineral resources which  await the investment of capital  for development. The time is arriving when safe mining investment is being sought in preference to any other sort of purchase,  and Greenwood has many valid  claims to present to the public  notice.   OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  The noble sockeye  is at last  running freely ia the Fraser.  There were 16,651 deaths from  cholera in Russia since May last.  Continued dry weather has had  no injurious effect on. the Kaslo  fruit crop.      ,  A large number of immigrants  from across the line are pouring  into the Okanagan valley,  During July the Western Lumber Co.'s mills cut" over six mil-  Hon feet of commercial lumber.  The Douglas Lake Cattle company have disposed of the holdings to P. Burns & Co., for $L,-  500,000.    The directors of the Vancouver  Industrial Exhibition have decided to grant a handsome cup  for competition among mining  exhibits.        .  There are $668,662 lying unclaimed and earning no interest  in the vaults of Canada's chartered banks.    Martin Burrell M. P., of Grand  Forks has been appointed one of  the judges of fruit at the Vancouver Exhibition.  TO SPORTSMEN  Grand Forks opens the ball  with solid facts and pitches into  the railway corporation for its  failure to fulfill its engagements  as enumerated in the contract  with the city, which was to complete their line up the North  Fork of Kettle river to Franklin  camp during the year 1906. This  :was*-agreed to and documents  signed to that effect. The city,  in the meantime, granted them  many valuable concessions and  assisted in all possible ways to  facilitate their work. Now,when  forbearance has ceased to be a  virtue,   and nothing   further   of  A certain amount of misapprehension appears to exist in the  minds of local sportsmen that  they will in future have to pay a  license fee of $100 before they can  go out shooting, or a fee of $25  if they wish to shoot bears only.  This is not the case. The law  governing the matter has been  changed. Residents of the country are at liberty to go out shooting as they always did, without  paying any fee, but the licenses  referred to must be paid by vl  ors. In simple language it mi  that those who live in the o  try can enjoy the pleasur  affords them just for the tr  that must be taken,  who come here solely  Premier McBriae has giyen assurance to the Kamloops Irrigation conference, that the government will do all it can to aid the  movement. '  The new game law states, that  no minor under 16 years, unless  accompanied by guardians is allowed to carry fire arms for any  purpose whatever.  The blue blooded residents of  Coney Island draw the color line  so strict that they will not permit tbeir dark skinned fellow citizens to bathe in the same ocean  with them.  The railways and the ocean steamboat lines advertise all the year round.  They do not argue that because the  summer time is the busiest in regard  to tourist traffic therefore they should  not advertise in the winter. On the  contrary, they argue that by advertising all the time thfey will keep before  those who have to travel, or who travel  because they want to, the advantages  of their routes.  There has been a marked increase,  of late in the all-the-year-round advertising of the railways and steamboat lines, and this should not be without its significance to the business  men. The best creative force for  business is the advertisement that appears with regularity from January 1  to January 1, and not the advertisement that disappears with the first hot  weather, to reappear only when the  cool days set in again.  ���*  PaMo  -? c  peptic^" is fit for treason, stratagems aad spoils/'   -The'  who jjoes to the front for hia country with ��� weak ftofflsu���   ,~,  will be a weak soldier and suit-alt finder* y- 1        -A  A sound stomach makes for -good citizenship as well atscfM* v  health and happiness] ~  * .    -jp  Diseases of the stomaoh and other organs of digestion *aja*��, ~f>  nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use 9?M  Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDieXL, MSeVYBaTm&'%l  ft builds op tbt> body with eoaatl tleah aJ&'sm  solid muscle. -    "-iXilJT  The dealer who offers a substitute for the " Discovery" la* ~  only seeking to n*.-.ko the little  more profit realized''**>&��,  sale'of less meritorious preparations  ,Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is senfc  on receipt of stamps to pay c*tpense of  mailing-^r-i/r? L !  31 one-cent stamps for the paper covered book, or 59 si r_.  for the cloth bound.   Address World's Dispensary Medical ,,  Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Yi  '  a=rt=  A delicate pomade is the best form  ot hair dressing. Bearine >s that and  more; it makes the-hair grow. 50c. a  jar.   NAVAL PAYROLL  In buying a cough medicine don't be  afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough  Reniedy. There is no danger from it,  and relief is sure to follow. Especially recommended for coughs, colds and  whoopitiy cough. -Sold by all druggists and dealers.  A   pretty   ankle   is'ynb  jmore  afraid  of wet  weather  than  an  umbrella. y  *  *  Electric current supplied for Power, Lighting,  Heating^ud-i^entilatin^. ���   Power furnished V  for Hpistirig and air-compressing plaut^ withy  absolute guarantee bf continuous powerservice ' *  Get Onr Rate^WeXan Save Ypipy  S3��.  *���* * 4'**fi'*-i- <-f*-**+*-M**9-.j***** ***M��:^Mi^*f**  An order-in-council hasbeoi passed  at Ottawa fixing the rates cf pay;for  officers and men in the naval service  of Canada. - Pay allowances and  gratuities are based upon the rates in  the Imperial navy, taking into consideration the increased cost of living in  Canada. On the whole the rates  vary from 25 to over50 percent more  than the British rates. Captains, on  promotion, will receive $8.20 per day,  after four years', service, $9, and after  eight years' service #9.60. Commanders will receive $6 per day on  promotion, and lieutenants $4 per day  with corresponding increase as regards length of service. Other figr  ures include: Gunners, boatswains  and carpenters $2.50, able seamen 50  cents, ordinary seamen 50 cents.  Decend upon it> whoever tries to sell  you a substitute is doing-so for the  profit and not for your good. " D. &  L." Menthol Plasters for stiffness,  etc., have many imitators. Beware of  the substitute. Get the genuine, made  by Davis & Lawrence Co.  Canada is a favored nation in  more than one respect. It is one  country where you can get a Sunday paper on Saturday.  NATURE TELLS YOU  That trains will be running  regularly between Midway and  Merritt within eighteen months  is promised by the Kettle River  Valley Railway Co, \  As Many a Greenwood Reader  Knows Too Well  When the kidneys are sick-  Nature tells you all about il.  The urine is nature's calendar.  Infrequent or two frequent action.  Any urinary trouble tells of kidney  ills.  Booth's Kidney Pills cure all kidney  ills.  Wm. Austin Fairbeard, Canadian  Northern Railroad, Sudbury, Ont.,  says:  For 17 years I waa troubled with my  kidneys and bladder being out of order. I had to make water two or three  times every hour which caused fearful  scalding. I thought nothing would  could cure me. I tried several things  in England and Canada, then gave it  up for a bad job. Last April I was in  Parry Sound working in the car department of the C. N. O. R. R. and saw  Booth's ��� Kidney Pills advertised iu a  leading paper left in one of the coaches  I tried them and the very first box I  took lessened the paiu in niy back and  I continued their use with marvelous  results. The second box took all the  pains away and I was able to sleep  well at night. Still the urine was  troubling me with scalding. I could  tell the pills were doing me good and I  kept on with the third, fourth and fifth  boxes which brought a complete and  marvelous cure, and Lam now in better  health than I have been for the.last  twenty-six years. For sale ..in Greenwood by J. L. White.:  Sold by dealers. Price 50 cents.  The R. T.Booth;Co., Ltd., Fprt^ E^e,  Ont., Sole Canadian Agen,t8:-"'���'���   ,     ���'���-  fraud Forks fair commissioners;  ^up and doing for their exhi-  ion this fall.    Midway also are  Sang   their   duty   and   makifig  ifery effort  to have a creditable- -  low.    The least we can do is to  The beneficial effect of iron  upon the system weakened  through illness, civerwork or  anemia, is well known. Ferrovim is a preparation which  supplies the valuable element  in the most efficient way, combining with it the nourishing  qualities of beef and the mildly stimulative- effect of sherry  wine. Ferrovim costs $1.00  a bottle at druggists.-  :%*,  FOR BACKACHE,  SCIATICA, PLEURISY.  STITCHES. CRICKS.  NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM  Each 25c. in air-tight tin box;  yard rolls |1.00, can be cut to any  size.  Beware of worthless Imitations.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Montreal.  St. Joseph's Boarding School  Centrally located within the city of.  NELSON, B. C.  Curriculum includes Musical, English  and Commercial Branches.  Pupils are prepared in the subjects  required for a good English education;  also in Embroidery, French, Entrance  and High School Work, Bookkeeping,  Stenography, Typewriting, and General Commercial Branches.  Pupils prepared for London Royal  Conservatory of Music examinations.  For further particulars apply to  Sister Superior, St. Joseph's School,  nelson, b. c.  I^AND ACT  Similkarr een Land  District, District of Yale.  TAKE notice that Thomas J.Wilson, of Park  Rapids, Minnesota, occupation timber dealer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following describad lands:  Commencing- at a post planted 2 feet north  erly from tbe N. W. corner or Lot Ne. 1193s,  Ihence north 40 chains thence east (0 chains,  thence south 80 chains, thence west 20 chains,  tbence north 40 chains, thence west 40 chains to  point nf commencement, and containing- 320  acres, more or less.  THOMAS J. WILSON.  Henry S'traurs, agent.  Dated July 23rd, 1910.  MORTGAGE SALE  Under and by virtue of power of s.ile contained in a certain mortgage, which will be  produced at the time of sale, there will be  offered for sale by public auction by James S.  Birnie, Auctioneer, on Thursday, the 1st day of  September, 1910, at the hour of 12 o'clock, in  front of the Court House, in the City of Green  wood, B.C., the following valuable properzy,  namely: All and singular, Lot numbered  thirty (301, in Block twelve (12), on the west side  of Copper street, in the City of Greenwood, as  shown on a registered plan numbered twenty-  one (21)  On this'laud is said to be erected the building  known as the Rosslaud Hotel. The property  will be sold subject to a reserve bid. Terms  cash.        '.:������'.-���  Foi further particulars apply to, John D.  Silence, Mortgagees' Solicitor, Greenwood, B. C.  V��ft��0 YCARS'  CURES#CATARRH, /VStHMA,  "'tis, Croup* Ccwgfas and Colds, or  hack.   Soli it-a fuaranteeet by  MfHITE, druggist  iHT:  tteoeM��Mi��   ^.__    t����lwbrl-i,M��-I d6B��plgtiqnm��T  : mtfcifrv aiowUla oar ct***ion fte�� ��a*ther to  inventt�� it grObaMy emtm%mMa. Cdno-nmtc*-,  sent free. OMefS anoerrA  Patent* -taken Oron-di  ipteiolmoUct, vmaateBcky^mitam-. ;���*  L^S**-*.  ���tftlyi   patat Mr-   I-   ynxsO.   -tmaaa tor  VM*etvSP-��r-iit,   80M by  - j***.,  ���'"-' 5*-, .  J**'*..  ��i��t*w��M-j��to��1st  ���YY^r^rryy" -:-....  .-?l#!s ;\ .-,Y- v..---*-"  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Morrison, Ptop. ^��  The Pacific 1s the Headquarters ~*  for Commercial and Mininir Men  Is ���itea.m-hcated,' electric lig-hted"; -*sf  the rooms are large and cosy  "*    '. ��� Y     '"  -���' ��� '      , ";      ���'"':"~^/  rhe Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg: aird the Coast.  Snynopsis oKanadim Sortb-West  tijw"^   HOMESTi-AD KEGULATIOMS.  A _NY available Torainloti Lands within the  4*4��4��*f"f'f'f't"��  ���-j*.-.  GREENWOOD  ^MIDWAY  "^  Leaves  Greenwood at 7 a.m. to  connect with Spokane train; and  at 2 p.m   with Keremeos train.  J. McDonell.  it  ji  tc%fte extent of our quarter socrion of  mofiilj, less.  -*"0''  JntryAnuBt be made personally, at tlu  iocs  "and ofiee for the diarlct in which the Mutt Is!  -""MCw *���     ��et, bej  faUierJ  .      .     . _. .   .  of an]  IntendlngMio-pieBteader.  The WieHteader Is required to pretax thei  conditlonb connected there with under one of,  thefollonlngplans,  1) At leas^llx months' residence upon and]  cultivation of the land in each vear for i'.it  years. -       ��r  (2) If the father (or mother, If the father lsde-1  feeaaed), of thc homesteader resides upon a farm!  In the vicinity of the land entered for, the  qulrtments as to residence may bSsatl' 1-��d DvJ  snch person residing; with the father or mother./  ., (3)i If the settler has his permanent reatdeac  pon farming land owned by hic-CffibVUie vicinity of his homestead, the roquli|Sfett8 as to res j  idence may be satisfied by re��fcnc��upon the  saidlandi^u^y^'SS::. .��� Y^Y. :. y-'y'- ���  Six   montlis��'nbtice In writingshonjdbcjflreal  to the Commissioner of Dominion - LaBd��j*t;'Ot'  tawa'of Intention to apply for patent^S-^^-''  Coal.���Coal mining- rights may be' leau  period of twenty-one years at an; MCnnijJ^.   loiril. per acre. JNTot more than: ���"���,5*?0,$[ci*es shall j  be leased to one individual or campstirv. A roy-1  allty at the rate of five cents per ton* shall be]  collected on the merchantable coal mined..  yyyyyyyy.    .y-.w.;.w.coby, y-,:.  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. Bi���Unauthorised publication of this advertisement will not be paid for.  if ** *��� nr ip ip tr ��p it r ��p ip ip jc tr ir sr  "1 leaves Greenwood 10 p. m  ^YmY-  1 NO ft DEN  * iyS'-YYXSyYM'Y^YY  ZtJtJIJtJtJtJtJiJ  Copp-0-F I  New Edition of the  C0N�� HANDBOOK  Mhthodist ��� Rev. I. B. Hibbert  will conduct services in the Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morning, 11  a. m,; Sunday School, 3 p..ir*. Evening.  7:30, ��� 'yy.  PHB8BYT3RIA.N���St. Columba. Services will be cbnductedy morning and  evening, ll a. m. and *(.30 p. m. Sunday School. 2.30 p. it. Rev. J. A.  Petrie, minister.'    .  CATHOwc.-^hittch of the Sacred  JB*e4rt.-r^pivine service 1st, thirdand  formhSunday in~|r-ach month. Holy  mirjsat 10 a. m.; seBpers and benediction at7:30 PyJ^.; Sunday school a*  -2~t30p.m.RBVjlfiA, Bbdard, O.Mil.  '-putbr.'-   y^y.-Y   .-.:=,      ~v-   - y  MINING CtAIM FOR SALE  In Wellington Camp. The property  known as The Goiden Crown, with  plant and equipement now found there  on.  ;?���������  Brandon, Manitoba.  Make use of tner&ht ad, column.  It will do the work for you^f less cost  and be more effectual.        (%?���  Vol. VIII., issued May, 1909,-1  1,500 pages, with nearly -50-1  more matter than theprece*-Hng-'egttk>ii. I  The chapters with mine descriptions  and on statistics have been carefullj  revised and the balk of the matter]  therein is ���  '���"^Y-- " ���'  There are 25 chapters.  Covering Copper History, Geology,!  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy,)  Mining, Milling, teaching, Smelting.1  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impuritiea,|  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes.Terminolagy j  Deposits by Districts, States.Countries]  and Continents, Mines in Detail, Sta-'j  tistics of Production, Consumption, Im*  p��^B*port*H Stances,   Dividends,!  WtXm\ ���."���';>*'Vi^vi*���*.'-������--��� ri;-r--' -���-.>---  w,^-y���*^^���V;������^'..;^\^>���;;^'^V��� ;-' -i"  ia conccdedly;  .'���.J. J: .  Referlnce  Book on Copper.  The Copper Handbook contains, in  this new and greatly enlarged edition,  about 50 per cent, more matter than  the Bible���though not necessarily a  better book because of its great bulk.  Itis filled with FACTS of vital importance to.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METAIrft-URGIST  THE CONSUMER ������',  THE. MINER;  '.rt "*  ���'������ r  .,.. Price is $5.in Buckram with gUt top,  or $7.50 iii genuine fall library morocco.  TERMS are most liberal, ^snd no  money, butorder the book sent$o you,  all carriage charges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if nn-'  satisfactorr, or paid for if it suits. Ca��  ypu afford not to see the bookand judge  fo)*-?fl$(rser^b^praiiurto'yb-a;?';.v.:;  Y" WRITE NOW^to the editr;/ and pub-  lishef,   Y ;"--��� Y'r. .-���'���������. .;������  HORACE J. STEVENS  :For temS-^��,S^;  ��� /*��-������ --���;-,-  ���/L5*W:  *- -  TONCMICH., J.S.A.  Sft^^IBS FOR THE HIKES AND MINI  ^**9'*aM***maa9*ia**&*tftW<f  ,��  a**4��a0��*����**��*4r9fr,(?*'��*��'A��**  W. 0. McLean has has uncovered  a'"fine tfoaf seam at Ashnola.  Work at the Greenwood-Phoenix  -t.   *   -'  ^nel will be' resumed at an early-  date. -  i-\ j  -Since the .middle of February the  total reduction in Europe's visible sup-'  ,ply of copper amounts to 33,264,000  ! pounds.        ���   ' The Bosun mine at New Denver,  will probably upen up soon, as nego-  riations;at*-ruKarjy completed for the  leasing bf^tln^lJropeity.       '���'.���  ������: ':yy^&$~���.���t.;;���  Billy DaviSson, w*ho - first discov-  ered gold in the 'Porcupine district,  in Ontario,���wHlfclean, up 150,000 on  his jpropertiesjfrtithat eastern camp.-  .-'������������'���- -*>��� ���  faamm  a'nythinri t% directors have done, or  the officials^cthave said, but on the  knowledge taSfrhe company's properties and 'asals have a very much  greater real anqjffcrospective /alue than  is represented b||the present-^rice-rof  the stock.       - ll Y':yyYYrYY  "Wt have 6wy ��easor to believer  that the Granbv rl��mpaii>'s affairs arp  J and  lhat the offi-i  cials intend to be~honesl. in their treat-  rrent of stockholders      The  circular  **-*  sent out by President Langeloth to  stockholders unquestionably lepresent-  *\ his honest vj*vrs, but it showed an  absence  of that&elefaent   of   hope,  jy^wing, -jio  doubt, to the present  i; unsatisfactor^VUidition of the copper  metal markevMpre is today in earnest  ind persistent search for big, partially up  developed gold-silver  properties re  quiring large, capital.  ..���-fas:  YY A little mOre thdh tji  ���" '���('���! &':��� ������-.^i'y'-->w$%.  yelopmenf;^prlt ba^^^accomplish^  eil by ie'^^^^^'l^^p^a'  -Smith, mipfe'-mjii)|^^^is authority for  the statertfentip wjft-cost .thc^c^-p'ifiiy-  fe 8^^^fen tQrmkey.cj^.and ^  p.  ires on! bb;  ~      .' ;'<^'-*'''  " "*��*&  Y- ^epl^jj^^^^^e^jaffi[d,y|E)^  sub8criibeF^||j^^b^-pP8or^. ercial,  \^^u0,-y^��0^:: "*  "Ourlojiinion thaf-G'ranby y.was a  P. good.speculative and''-Investment pur-  jpt based on  courage  almost  managei  been s,  ics o  know  for chi  ilucedS  juid confidence which is  iccessary to competent mine  '"as ore in the (-round.  is ajjangerous disease but  "'  'Chamberlain's   Colic,  Dysefl;  cau   be  Cholera jigl^yDiarrhoea Remedy   has  s.lully used in nine'epidem-  t- has' ltever'been  b equally valuable  adult's, and  when, re  ater and  sweetened,  it is  <ake.    Sold   by  all drug-  tntFdealers.  THE   BOUNDARY TCREEK TMESS  '���������'���_. ,i\^'iYnY":Yf<:r''  -:;--*'':'  wyrpBcmtFjmjM  w  PORE JUICE  chasejat recent prices  aihimi  ^B:J��*STf.R'S,  ^;S;0;'R;E.,f���ET.  Everybody  iwv#|Umtft>l*  .-fcur.-f uk best 0 these.  jjjtel. it.  giv* YOU MM  and comfort. ""���"  Drueiritt* and Sims mtrrmktrt  am Buk  It. risjS : regained   for tbe Missouri Coileige of Agriculture at  Coktptbia, Missouri, to raise and  develop the ���fhampioa&itiairy cow;  <0f ail thS v^-rid. '/Missouri Chief  V.6%jjp1 iue-    a:    Holstein.Friesian  ejV'-Cfinished her six months test  oil' Jaty  18,^ producing   J7,008;O  i^ftoo^'i'^s,:.aii,aye?Hg-e' Y&Y>1>A pounds  ���*'^ of^rr^--|tit^f%^2 days.' Tliis  is-;:_eQu'iv.-.lent to 46.7 quarts, or  gallons . every : 3ay.    "Her  Highest record  for one c8ay was  110.2 pounds.    This record is the  more remarkable because^no special preparation had been niade for  this test, and Josephine has done  |& "her full duty in the regular dairy  herd of   the  university,  having  s in five and one-  Yliulo bj NcUn��n, Montreol  SIR WILLIAM VAN HORNE  The Builder of the Canadian Pacific.  '���Sir William Van-Hor'ue, Chitinnan of the Board of Directors of the Canadian"  Pacific R. R., is-the most versatile man in Ctinada.    lie is a railroad buiiiier wiio  defied obstacles that would'have daunted. mosUableipen; hu is a collector of paintings and is a painter of ability; he is a deep studentjand a pleasing talker; he. is a  successful amateur fanner; he is the head and primifniover in dozens of big cnter-  Eriseswhieh he.handles simultaneously'with the euse of'a Japanese juggler tossing  alls into the air; and he "is invading Cuba and Guiitm^d*-, with the great advance-  agent of civilization���railways.   ,v ...   YfrV''":  jU^ad five ca4  Without Etching  the truth  men's talk is long drawn  some  out.  Concrete walks are built by the  yard and wornyby^the feet,  IN THE)  LIMITED.  i  25 Cents a Share  Capital Stock $125,000, fivided into  500,000 Shares at 2$c Each,  A  NON-PERSONAL LIABILITY  Now running a tunnel (in  under yaluaible claims a��dJQ  ?--���      %<*rc%nwood TownsiteQwi  rk^Mountaiii,   #  ^SfiSr-S ���  OLA LOS S^TAD^  Presfl  ^. S.J^A-dS-  ......  necessary tor him to secure  the.Jiving the world owes,.1 * o-.-iTjone wTio works day and night to collect the debt.  He was-Brest telegraph operator o:x the Illinois Central, then went into the service  ;of the Michjgan Central .where lie. reniiined six years, leaving to be train dispatcher  'ot'.the.Alton, there rising successively'to the position of superintendent of telegraph  and divisioHbl^uperintende**ii. "sHe aftefhvard occu|*ied managing positions on the  St. Loiiis, KanBijts City.and NprtherS; Southern Minnesota, Chicago aiid Alton,  and Chicago, Mil^Ul.-^ ;u*d St. Paul ItailfSays, going from the latter to the Canadian Pacific as general manager.     '���*-.���.: y---^  The inception of this, one of the world's gj%tesfc railway systems, was due  to the patriotism, cbunura and enterprise of Lords Mount'Stephen and Strathcona  and other capita!'-*s; but the virtual building of t.fe^oad and putting into the  completed work the soul of_a mijjhty purpose, the Tjoiirirlless energy, vitality and  brain thlt| have made it what it is, was the work of Sir William Van Home. In  1884-:he;beeatrie vice-president of the road and four years later was made president  His splendid organizing ability, his mastery of detail, h'is infinite resourcefulness,  his conquest of obstacles���all find their lasting monument in this splendid work.  He has the visions into the future that distinguish all great; leaders; he sees the oak  in the.acorn, he sees in imaginationTthe busy town with 'its'teeming population,  where other men see only a possible good site for a town. --4?or: him to see a need,  is to plan; for him to plan, is.to execute.  ' tn 1894, Queen Victoria, recognizing the marvelous impetus he had given to  Canada, conferred on him an honorary'knighthood, which he" modestly accepted  as a tribute to his railroad, and has since carried his honors with the simplicity,  grace and dignity of a large-minded, broad-gauge man-  Kntfr-4 according to Act of tha Parliament of Caiuda. In lho vear 190S. bv W. C. Maclc. at the Oemr'nunr nt Azrl.-ultun  FAKMER JEFF  : OJb, his heart is sore as he does his  .chore, and digs in the mellow dirt;  the abysmal brute is a dismal plute,  for money won't heal his hurt. And  perhaps he grunts as he does his stunts,  when his brow with sweat is damp:  "Ah, J might have died in a glow of  pride, .'as?*the un��ar*feated champ!  Had I stayecfa^ay from that fateful  fray, apd hoed in^my onion patch, I  .might have .strolled' through the world  till old, and never have metmy match.  But the dopesters came, and; they said:  'The game is doomed if you don't  come back!' So"'������!' left my squash  and my succotash, and my braw alfalfa  stack! And I tried to feel that my  thews of steel were good as they were  of yore; but alas ? one poke from that  dingy moke, and I saw that my youth  was o'er!" And a lesson in this tale  we may see, and paste it inside our  hats; if we get too gay when we're  old and gray, we' re apt to have broken  slats. If we lend our ears to the  Sport who queers his friends for his  own advance, we' re apt to wake with  the belliake, and find that our name  is Pance.���Walt Mason.  When the digestion is all right, the  action of the bowels regular, there is a  actual craving and relish for food.  -When this is lacking you may know  that you need a dose of Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablets. They  strengthen the digestive organs, improve the appetite and regulate the  bowels. Sold by all druggists and  dealers.  USUAL WAY WANTED  As the train neared the city  the colored porter approached the  jovial faced gentleman, saying  with a smile: "Shall Ah brush yo  off sah?" -- :  "No," he replied; "I prefer to  get off in the usual manner."   ,  Invest 25 c, iu a box of Davis,  Menthol Salve and be prepared for ulcers,  neuralgia, old .-ores, etc.     xf'V*-   *,���:  Secretary.  j*'  The newspaper is a l��y*w for the  indofttotjj^* sermon fit the'  thcmgbilup, a library for tbe  o^ *��^ idnuM��tslkar for th*?'  law^j^^^^^tiii^fte the  most  published  free to subscribe,  joke. .'  ��� %..  ",4  -3s-  WH  BUSTING THE TRUSTS  It is announced from Washington  that preparations are about completed  by the department of justice to institute legal proceedings to bring about  the dissolution of ��� the American Sugar  Refining company.  The department. of justice is using  every possible means to bring about  the dissolution of the Standard Oil  company.  The only two commodities of universal use which have not advanced in  price to the public during the past ten  years are sugar and "oil.  The Scott act is to be tested.in  British Columbia,'��� says the Slpclri  Record.: ' It may be a success in  this province. In Ontario it.'wasn't  even a decent failure. However^  temperance agitators, like other,: agi^:  tators, must live, and the only way to  get rid of this class of agitators is to  give them plenty of rope."r it is impossible to pass legislation that wjll  make industrious citizens out of confirmed drunkards unless some provision is made in the act for their complete isolation until a cure has been  effected.. The principal causes of  drunkenness are the treating system  and the card and dice games. The  man who will stand alone at the bar  and get drunk should be chloroformed,  for nothing will cure him of the habit.  It is the "have, another with me"  that produces intoxication and makes  confirmed drunkards. Simply the desire of man not to appear mean among  his fellows. There are hundreds of  men in the West who will neither  treat nor accept a drink from another  at the bar. They buv a drink when  they need it, yet never become intoxU  cated. The new license act goes  into effect this year. It is the best  that has yet become law in Canada,  and, if enforced, Dr. Spencer's ocr-  cupation will be gone in British Columbia."  When Crippen  was due   Drew  did his duty.  The Best Headache Remedy  is "Mathieu's Fervine Powders."  Prompt and safe. Do not create a  habit. Sold by dealers, box of 18 powders 25c. If yours can uot supply you,  take for immediate use some so called  ���' just as good article," but send us 25c.  and we will mail you a box to use uext  time your head aches. A trial will con  vince of their worth. J. L. Mathieu  Co., Prop., Sherbrook, P. Q.  For Sale by J   L. WHITE. Druggist  GOLD FOR APPLES  Feirovlm is the pleasing name of the  best preparation of Beef, Iron and  Wine syer placed on the market. If  you or any of your friends are anemic,  generally run down, pallid, easily ex-  haused, try one bottle of Ferrovim and  you will be gratified by the result.  $1.00 per bottle.  NEW AND STRANGE  One hundred dollars in gold  and a barrel of sulphur spray will  be awarded to the grower from  any part of the world showing a  pyramid of ��0 of the largest apples, weight alone to decide, at  the third National Apple Show in  Spokane, November 14 to 19.  The second prize is $25 in cash  The management will also pay  J $25 in gold for the largest apple,  free from blemish, the second  award being $10 in cash. There  will be a substantial prize for the  exhibit sent from the most distant point.  One of the most remarkable  scientific discoveries ever made  has just been reported by an expedition of British scientists. In  the wilds of New Guinea, the  great unexplored island just north  of Australia, they have run across  a marvellous race of pigmies  whose average height is about  four feet three inches, and a  monster mammal, considerably  larger than an elephant, which  they have named the gazeka. and  which has seemingly wrought  great havoc among the  pigmies.  P. O. MAIL BOXES  Post office box holders should  remember that if the postmaster  makes a mistake, putting mail  into the wrong boxes, the postal  regulations require people to examine their mail before leaving  the office and should they find a  piece not addressed to them they  musfe.retum it at once or be liablj  Jo a fine of $200. The  jfe exonerated from the mi  , There has beeaf  ^allfog out df.  few daysaS -  )eVsr=#  Jf*  Thefstraw h  the'  direction  eburftejv:.  ji-   the  bargain?  jy  is where it ought to be���at the front, readily reached without  rt-opinf- in the dark or taking unnecessary steps. A", turn of  ���<.it ievor instantly changes thc draft ::o,the fire is quickened  .or checked, at will. Turned on, McClary's'Magnet Wood  IV:r:::ce produces the strongest heat in a few minutes; and  thc niclccl'-cd -steel tubes radiate this heat for hours'after  . vl.: yir.fi is shut off. Because of this storal heat McClary's  rY:2y;":cL Wood Furnace is economical and a continuous roaring fire is unnecessary. The heat that goes up the smoke pipe  cf ordinary wood furnaces, goes'into the register pipes of the  Magnet. Like the position of the damper, the Magnet Wood  Furnace is right all through. Right in principle, right in con-5  '���Itrnc-tion; right in materials. See the Magnet, at the McClary  -���p--it's in the nearest town. Write to nearest McClary branch  far Looklet, giving a detailed description. Free, postpaid.  511  ���3*--  Lon  -Jen, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary.  For Sale by HUNTER-KENDRICK CO.  THE  Boundary  Creek  times  If your liver is sluggish and out of  tone, an you feel dull, bilious, constipated, take a dose of Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight before retiring and you will feel alright  in the morning. Sold by all druggists  and dealers.  Coal land of promise has been  staked in the town of Abbotsford.  A young man's Sunday suit is  sometimes his worst habit.  WOMAN'S BEAUTY  IT  ES  ONLY TO  THOSE WHO  ICE CARE OF THEIR HAIR  ���*!  TLi7     *3?   ** *#.  Have you seen a pretty face with  regular features, clear skin, pearly  teeth and plenty of animation and vivacity, and yet remarked that there  was something lacking that really made  the individual less charming thard her,  sister of plainer posse*w</ns?,'A moment's study of suc1��^'fe^;w}U*ahow  you that it is a ^*w4nt,i^MamflcrUint:rliak  which m^^'^^JA^m^i^YYyj'-'-y;.-  The w^teMTwhd^^ii(��^retain her  youtby'^^ylji��it.' af^jar'-fcerf -hair���the  wotniln wiH* ^nt, **t��itrtractivc hair is  xJ^j^eaBei^- ������' ���"'��� '''������''  ScWeiyfwomSrfTealize  the}"---h of  this sl^tej&ej^S'nd that is whr*    . ^atiy  of  iJeW';|t<5Jl^.!s  loveliest wduen   dc-  m^%'tj^fe^Parisiati   Sage be used by  sers.  e   is   now on   sale   in..  t(mn  of consequ  ha j enormous sales'^  been introduced,  guaranteed by J.  L. VV  fe'dandruff, stop falling  hair.  tyiag scolp in   two weeks or nro|  b4ck.  - !~-**tt ViKll make any woman's hars  unattractive hair soft,   lustrious  luxuriant in a fen- days. It id thc i<  delightful,   rejuvenating    t^nic  makes hair grow, it is.not/stick]  greasy, but on the other hand, is 1  ^pteasjmyi^ daintily pcrfumod.  -IS THU-  -&y  PIONEER WEEKLY  -OF THJjJ-  V:XY      'T  I  Die  ..<?&  Send fotyhe paper,  Subsc&ifaef^f it,  se in it  let us do  V  ���'.���srY  3t.  ��* THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  ���SliiM  Years  -i-y the  Standard  Bakin  CREAM  Received the highest award  at Chicago World's Fai  ai^^jwTiBgpg&Smii *�� v ��y -  TOWN TOPICS  8*qn,\sa&fr  V  <?>  On.  .::-i Jars, per dozen   Oi,t ijn-irt Jars, per dozen-   i.irt Jars, per dozen   Refrigerator, worth 520, for    Ice Cream Freezers below value.    See them.  Trout Flics, to close them out, per dozen   Poles, Lines and Reels below value.  New Sideboard, was "52-1.50, now     New Sideboard, was ?.>0.00, now   F. W. Dawson, of Vancouver,  was in our city Tucoday last.  Miss Mallory, o; New York,  was registered at the Pacific this  week.  C. W. Barrett,. C. P. R. tie inspector, was at the Imperial this  jfcreek.  H. O. Parker, of Seattle, was  registered at the Windsor, this  week.  Mrs. D. A, Grant, of Phoenix,  is visiting her brother J. L.  Graham at Vancouver.  J. Harmond aud wife,of Nelson,  are visiting our town and are registered at the Windsor,  Midway's preparation for the  fair are proceeding lively and has  most encouraging indications of  a big success.  The long wished lor rain arrived on Sundav afternoon o-in .  ushered in with hoavy thunder  and lightning.  W. T. Beck, ci  Midway, is on  Greenwood in i  railway extentio j.  H. T. Collier and Thos. Port-  c >n both freight rustlers for  Aixiurican railways, were in town  and registered at the Imperial.  The Rev. M. F. Hilton,the new  incumbent of St. Jude's church  was to leave England on the 11  pf August en route to this parish.  The   Argo   tunnel   is  now in  ....   25c  ..$19.85  ...$23 60  A.L.WHITE  The Furniture and Stove Man  Phone 16 Greenwood, B. C.  the wicket. This, coupled with  in-Afle mail for distribution, will  require; oil her laterly acquired  energy to get clear of  The duett by Miss Burnet s aim  Mr. McCurragh, at fie F/asb-,-  terian service oi Suno ay evening  last was certainly a most pleasing event, it was a treat indeed  to hear one of those beautiful  old hymns sang free of frills, un*',  by beautiful voices.  A narrow escape it;ok place -i ���'.  Phoenix on Saturday. A cave in  occured at the Granby inines in  one of the glory holes. Owing  to the disturbance caused by the  fire of the dav. before, the men,  some thirty in number, were  placed temporarily at other work,  otherwise there is no doubt but  a sad loss of Iile would have been  the result.  Th�� Rev. Mr. McLeod, of  Grand Forks, held services nt  lho Presbyterian church, on Jjjun-  ���'������ ��� ���'*"iast.     in    most   instructive  ���->**.    It is a treat to  hear  RAILWAY BOARD  The board of railway commissioners for Canada will hold a  a sitting at the court house Nelson, on Monday the 12 th day of  September, to hear the following  application:  Complaint   of   the   Board   of  Trade    Greenwood,   B.C,  and  '-*- 1". ). McKay, alleging the  juna   .      .td connection at Dan-  jj vi Ik,  Midway,   and   Myncaster;  als.v  the unauthorised deviation  of the authorized line; discrimination iu the matter of tariffs of  jtolls between Princeton and Rossland; and application for an order  to   prohibit   the   operation  of a  branch line at or near Myncaster.  (Adjourned hearing.)  5S��v=��  e  It is exhilera^lti^'artdinyTgoratinij.  Ma'Kes|j||rfec'|jjj&|A[^possiblle  and goo%health is assur/fili ~  >  <6ur: betir  is popular  v-flfcb^v  both the ladies and gentlemeS.  It is well made and well cured  and will prove a pleasure  We   *$���]  are very careful to see that X  nothing .injurious enters into  its brewing. ���>  A GLASS  of our Pabst beer will fc>u*c"  new life into any one. It cures  the thirsty feeling aud makes  you feel light and {fay.  "��     .,;-" "' ' ��� '   \ ^  0reemv$o.cJ Ciquor Co.  JAPANESE FLOOD  e K. V. Lines  rness   'rip to  -t  - r the  reveW  Casualties from tbe great floods  which lasl week inundated nrany  districts in Japan, and almost  submerged two of the principal  wards of Tokyo, were  given out  ia.��$Sitl us  a man   <,.    the  man's  calibre,  with most excellent services bbth  morning and 'eyening Our resident pastor Mr. Pebrie v/as filling the pr /���-. :*'. Grand Forks.  - Gr'-s-dwoi'd is abn  priveJ of this hig'u,--- itemed  Barrister and Solid;#i=*Ir. John  0. "vpence, who -**ifa--. joined the  !ia \ iirm of Merchie & Dennison  a verv prominent law firm of  Toronto. Mr. Spence's return is  duly   expected    to    arrange   his  reri' 'c- (recently,    Three  thousand,   nine  hundred and ,;fiftv-three.. houses  were washed aWay, in addition to  thousands which wyere -jnder water  during the nood but resisted  de-  IMPOi  x   Cool aa  Walker  GREENWOOD  Jtim  <:A-Y  ft  g drinks for fatf w$atlier  Th<i Pitre  Quarts or\\j 7  ��. i   -v*\  "nice of the Gra��/&  ;e-  cend^i*  Pints onli  THE SIMON P(fE ,iV��OJ��iJP^AT%UJ  affairs here preparatory to taking  about 400 .veet,   with  a   very  en- aQ active part with the  above le-  ��  i Do you want (iii EttQltBrj initial note |  *s  paper  and  envelopes  to   write   your  I letters on?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate  r  FOR  t^-t-t^'-l?'.'  !*t.**  ^HJYcmmlm^^  DOMINION LANDS  TRY THR  BOUNDARY CREEK  TIMES  m Department  Dominion Lands Railway licit British Columbia. The date for the coming inlo foroe of the new reg-ulations  lias been changed, aud a new date will  be set later. Until further notice no  entries to be granted in the New Westminister district and east of range  thirteen west of sixth meridian inclusive. P. G. Kkys,  Secretary.  Ottawa, June 20, 1910.  Before you take your departure from  Greenwood subscribe for your home  paper, SI for six mouths, or. $2 a yeai.  You will find it full of interest to you  wherever you are.  I  GOOD WORK  FAIR PRICES  Parties  can be  ajjj  to A. S|B  Miring money  on  farms  ���Kgd-ttcd   on  application  fggggigitoi-,  Greenwood,  C. C.   ���  ��s&  For Sewiiiglfl  Oil see  A.  L.   \V  Furniture man.  Ph  tHBdlcs   and  ��fln|: and  Make your  want ad.    Tl  wants  rec line  k n o wlKfaMMBKBfl  ;id. for 2sS|j^   JS  Advertise in THE TIMEU  couragiug showing and is working day and night shifts of six  men.  T. Stuart Palmer, left on Monday en route east, on a very happv  an important mission, We warmlv  extend congratulations and the  best of good wishes.  The Okanagan fruit shipped  to Russell Law Caulfield Co.  daily is certainly a No 1. Peaches, apples, are really beautiful  fruit and cheap also.  Gilbert Kay, representative of  the Phoenix Pioneer is in town  and meeting with the coi-rtesy  which is invariably* . , >ued otjt.  to a'brother  typo in misfortune.  W. F. Proctor, manager of  the Bank of Montreal, who witb  his family have been outing at  Proctor, B. C, has returned to  his post of daties after a most enjoyable trip.  C. M. Shaw, P. h. S-, of  Greenwood, wijl be for some time  occupied survey work at Keremeos. His family has accompanied him and will take a trial of  bush life camping.  There will be no morning service in St. Columba Presbyterian  church on Suuday August 21st  next, but in the evening, the Rev.  Mr, Mclvor, of Midway will conduct the meeting.  Miss Brown, formerly head  milliner at C. F. Storks, and Miss  Bessie Mcintosh, dressmaker of  this city, intend joining forces  and opening up a place of business at Armstrong. We wish  them every success.  The Great "Northern Railway  announces fare ind one third for  round trip, B. C. points to Nelson,  B. C, account of Premier Laurier  meeting at that point, August  29th. Tickets on sale Aug. 26  to 29, return limit A^g. 31st.  The return from  her vacation  j-jr  very  agreeable "-postoffice  ssistan,t, after  a mdst^en-  le   trip   to   Spokane,    lias  d   quite   eu   accumulation  ale matters on the out side of  gal firm. We are loosing a solid  man out of our city, and who  takes with him every respect and  good wishes for self andestiema-  ble lady from all.  VAN  1BITION  Msih  -.tea*!  Pro,   illy at noon oh  t'  day oi August, Vancoti:  exposition opened its ���<),  vast concourse of patrfns.    To  tailed up, it is the biggelt kind of  a success.  ���ir  :*i.  XSt'.YXfi  *'fe  SS-I'*:  AN EXPENSIVE FIRE  The ashes of the  great  build-  ibgs of the y'r-/si-sal Interna  tiou.ii. Espi-.:.:���!.���������*. .'f B'ilgiu:*  fornro i. sii: '    i^   'Y'.i?'-'  W. J. V/hi-:- , inspector of immigration officer., estimates the  yield of wheat i,x the West at  100,000,000 bushels.  w<  Most cases of baldness* are  due solely to neglect. THe hair  often becomes dry and dandruff  forms because the hair glands  do not supply enough natural oil. Nothing overcomes  ��his deficiency so effectively as  ,.._ ,, ��� i that delicately wrldtned, re-  ,, n n ��� freshmghairpx)niaaeIBearine.  v*. ,-o*,[.(..ooo won,  ,��� ���^���|Avoidb5aidnes^appiyBearine  ti.-rs'.!i,%   *n -��� .ei.   -j0 your hair occasionally.   All  druggists, 50 cfe>. .---**��� -^ .*��� - *  ff.tU  : res.     Th.*  crossed *-i ;���  g ; I��'   -- '1 ���������J  ia  . .-���    > torn  the tele-  June 2,171  August 3;  This low rate is via thc Great Northern  Pc.-tland, Everett, BeHingham, VanggJ  Wenatchee, Spok.-no 'md many* othcS "*  British Columbia to . -''Wd  Y&iv-  *��6o.oo to St. Paul^Minnl^pW5"  w&  M  *K.'--"  iS and 22  fro- ��� ���i&t ���������  ���om Seattle^  j Victoria, New^estmtoteril;;  [ in Washington, pregoa and.    .    uluth, SuperioriSra^Kafe as CSty. "Pro?  portionate fares tOaNcw York, Philadelphia, WarAingfon, D.;C, and othf-fv  eastern points,   ^op-over anywhere em'^the 'GKtt-'-''Nortiiete-^Eljilwa^'A'  Name your train���tell thc agent you want to-'goon the Oriental  ited, Fast Mail ox Great Northern YExpreft.    Better 8till^-write me for*  full   information   and our "East Ovbr~ the Mountain" 'folder.  Describes the routes past the new Glacier National Park to St.  Paul, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Chicago and .  points east.  -%.'���  ^KISTIvER,  F. & P. A., Grand Forks, B.C.  'H. E.  Agen.  BREJNIZER  Mid.way,  jHtB:^'  [K  B. C.  HOPE DEFERRED  The Greenwood detachment of  the Rifle association seems at  present afflicted with the sleeping sickness and appears to take  no active interest in rifle practice.  WANTED���A Vancouver financial  corporation of good standing ia desirous of appointing an ageut or firm of  agents for the sale of Vancouver, Fort  George and Port Moody properties.  Excellent proposition. Write box 1756,  Vancouver, B, C.  For prices thatlwill Jar your nerves  see the ad. of A. L, White, New and  2nd Hand Store, Phone 16.  NOTICE  To the Public of Greenwood:  I strongly advise all who use our city  water for drinking to boil the same before using, and continue to do so for  the next few weeks.  52 Dr. J. D. MacLean.  TROUT FLIES, 3 dozen for $1.00, to  effect a clearance.  A. L,. White, Phone 16.  FOR SALE AT GRAND FORKS  A beauiifully situated home, new  building in perfect order, with water  and electric light, with one and one-  half acres surrounding, planted with  all varieties of fruit trees and smalL  shrubs, grapes, etc., all in bearing.  Will sell en bloc or without furniture  i. desired. Will sell at a sacrifice price  o suable owner to locate at coast im-  meliately. Apply at B. Cv Times  office, Greenwood.  TENTS!    TENTS!  New shipment just received. See  the link. The^O. I. C. store, A. L,.  White, propri  A thick adhesive ointment, combined with  Japanese Menthol and Vaseline, two of tbe  most wonderful healing drues known.  It soothes, healsaur*. tends to restore those  who suffer from Piles, Earache, Rheumatism, Chafing, irritated and other  skin troubles.  The word "Salve" literally means be well  or in good Health. Try Davis' Menthol  Salve and you will be relieved.  All Dealers.  DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Montreal.  *   Form 9.  I<AND ACT.  Similkameen Land  District,  District of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that James Pogrgl, of Greenwood, British Columbia, occupation  miner, Intends toapply for permission to purchase the following described laud:  Coiumeuciug- at a post planted at the northeast corner of T4ot 6S1*, Similkameen (formerly  Osoyoos), Division of Yale District; theiice  north forty cbaim, more or less, to the southerly limit of the Columbia aud Westeru Railway Company's right of way; thence southwesterly following the said southerly limit  forty clKilns, more or less, to the easterly limit  of Lot 2227; thence south ten chains, more or  less, to the northerly limit of said Lot 689;  thence east twenty chains, more or less, to the  point of commencement, and containing sixty  acres, more or less. JAMES POGGI.   ������  Dated 16th June, M10. SO  THE  Club Cigar Store  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes,  Candies, Fruits, Nuts  Phoenix and Midway Stage Office.  Agent for Reco Laundry, Phoenix.  L.  L.  MATTHEWS,  PHONE A-45.  FINANCIAL  MONEY TO LOAN  On farms in amounts not  less than 51,000.  Apply to  A. S. BLACK, Solicitor  Greenwood, B. C.  '���&>.*>������  BUY YO��R  sts  BZOM THE  GREEN W00JJDAJ  Fresh Milk  BOTTLED  c  earn  [ILK A SPECIALTY  **v��  Fred  Jenks, *Prpp'r*  Jtjtjtjtjtjtjtjtjijtjtjtjtjtjijiji Jtjtjij*jijijtjtjijijijlijtjmjtjiji^  FIRST RATE CAFE11   : ;��� at the; :   %i  WINDSOR HOTEL I  ��� - v.��� ������������-���  greenwood. b.c.  Oren Day and Night  ERNIE CARTIER, Manager  ���%i  ^JtJlJlJlJtJtJljtJIJi)^JtJtJtJtJlJt^JlJtJlJtJiJtJtJtJt'JtJtJmJlJtJt^^  ���JL  Greeni-ood-Piioenix Stage Line  Le>aS��s Greenwood Daily at   3 p. m.  ���':.'-. AMyes Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  GREENWOOD OFFICE:    L-  L.  MATTHEWS' CIGAR STORE  Prompt attention to Express and Freight.  &IS <Sc LAING, Pus.  IliilllWMlillllBllllllip^lli  t  iRTISE IN THE TIMES  ODAKS and  odak  Ti  -  Make the most  23L  keepings  lish the  ml$&  J��C  **w  w  ��  ���%  7  1  PwY  ^���i  BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GO^  &  $Bt��Y&  ���N!  �����ff\  -*%&^\  vrf. '/���.���izV?--'t&e  ETC.


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