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 I    f  /  x'*r��  VOL. 13  GREENWOOD,   B   C,   FRIDAY, AUGUST 13,   1909.  No. 49  -'��� ^V  MIDSUMMER SAL  For the next ten days we will offer  for sale our entire stock of SUMMER  GOODS at greatly reduced prices.  Our stock of Ladies' Waists and  Whitewear is very complete, and at  the prices marked, real bargains.  BARCLAY & CO.  DRY GOODS BOOTS* SHOES MILLINERY  !)  FOR SETTLERS  The Canadian Pacific Railway  company are offering land for sale  in Southern British Columbia  for thc low price of $5.Oi) por acre  and to induce settlement    in this  SWEET-S0ULED  SAVAGES  A Chicago professor, rejoicing in  the illuminative name of Frederick  Starr, has recently written an article  on "The Women Men Marry,"  which has   created' much   newspaper  sectiou of our great   province, of j discussion in these sultry   .lay*.'when  /J  I Greenwood's Big  Furniture Store  hi- - -������ ��� --���-���-���- *���*��������� ���.���������..-.-j-  A Fine Line of  IRON BEDS  SPRINGS and  MATTRESSES  At Bottom Prices.  Everything in the  Furniture Line.  T. M. Galley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS  Phone 27  NEW:-:S0NG:-:HIT  Daisy  Strawberries  Scented  Roses  The  Love   Bug  Go   Easy   Mabel  Never   No   More  Set 'Em Up On the Other Alley  Mother Hasn't Spoke to Father Since  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO, ��  THE STORE OF QUALITY,  f*  "\  P. BURNS & CO,  DEALERS IN  PRESH <& CURED  MEATS.   PISH  AND POULTRY  Wholesale and  Retail  Meat r          ,  Meichants.    Dealers in Live tOpper Street,  Stock.    Pork Packers.    .    . ��                    .  Markets in TJ.C,, Alberta and (ireenWOOCl.  Yukon. ....   harclv, thrifty pioneers, lhey have  made the purchase price payable  in eightyearly installments, thus  giving- the settler time to improve  his land and mako it pav for itself.  The. Company have reepntly  issued two books of very complete  information regard in tr Southern  British Columbia, and British  Columbia generally���its history,  climate, resources, industries', etc.  Maps on which are shown in  mnk tlie -funds fur sale bv this  department, and copies of this regulation governing f,he sale of laud  in the Columbia and Western and  Columbia an:l Kootenay Land  Grant with application forms���  ���fgriculturcaud timb.-r,���'for these  railways and the 15. (.!. Southern.  It.wiil be noticed from the regulations that " First-Clans Lauds,  suitable for agricultural purposes  in their present condition or  which are capable of being  f i r -nt gh t u n d er cu 11 i v a! ion pro fi t-  ablv bv clearing or which are wild  hay meadows" are offered in quarter sections^!60 acre tracts) for  $5.00 per acre, payable one.-eighth  down ar.d the balance in seven  (7) equal annual installments.  That is 62]4 cts. per acre each  year or $100.00 down and $100.00  per year for seveu vears for 160  acres���total S800.00.  Should the settler select land  with timber on it (no part with  an average extent of more than  30CO feet broad measure per acre  for C.-& W. lands, or 5000 feet  per acre for B. C. S. & C. & K.  lands is classed as agricultural  laud) he would be required to pay  only ��2.00 per thousand feet for  the raercantable timber on the  land. All the remainder that he  uses on the place ���for houses,  barns, fences, fuel, etc. is free.  These lands in yaryiug localities are ideal for general, mixed,  truck, fruit, dairy or stock farming, as the case may be.  The development of Southern  British Columbia has beeu very  rapid during the last few years,  and the settlers in this couutry  to-day can no longer properly be  termed pioneer. Good towns and  cities are now frequent along the  lines of the Canadian Pacific  Railway, aud the land offered for  sale is much of it near these  towns, where goods schools, churches, banks, aud all kinds of  stores have been established.  The simple facts are that the  pursuit of agriculture in Southern British Columbia is fav.-red  beyond many other sections of  Canada and the United States by  thc natural conditions which  exist. And when the price at  which the Canadian Pacific Kailway iH willing to sell these lands  is taken into consideration, there  is small chance of any other lands  yielding a better return on the  investment. What the Canadian  Pacific Railway desires to offer is  land so low in cost compared with  its yielding capacity that those  who investigate carefully cannot but decide in favor of Southern British Columbia. The Kailway is in a position to sell land  at a nominal price for the reason  that ifc is primarily a transportation company and relies for profit  from the sale of the land mainlv  on the transportation ot the products raised on the land.  MYERS CREEK  MINES AND FARMS  Meyers Creek has so far produced no great mine, but there  are properties there, on the surrounding hills, of excellent merit  SMOKER TO'  JOHN OLIVER  On Wednesday evening the  Liberal association held a smoker  in Eagle's hall to provide for the  reception of Mr. John Oliver, M.  iced tea and trivialities are the order  of the day. Professor Starr stems to  be of the same opinion as the cynic  who left on record that " woman is  the last being to he civilized by man."  Many of the professor's assertions are  provocative of debate, especially on  the historic side. However, the feminine reader with a sense of humor  (for there is such a person), is likely  to come to the conclusion that there  is a good deal of savagery in our common humanity. The barbarity of  woman manifests itself in a fondness  for decoration, jewelry and feathered  headgear; the barbarity of man i.s  shown in a disposition to mob the umpire and to attend prize fights. The  ward meeting in political circles is no  more civilized than the pink tea. ln  fact, we all have a savage streak and,  in some respects, it is not an unhealthy streak when it is kept in proportion and not allowed to widen.  There are many happy, if solitary,  dwellers in the West whose shanty  decorations certainly indicate more  than a touch of the barbarian. Should  woman ever have an opportunity of  reforming their lonely habitations  skins of animals will give place to  painted plaques and Japanese panels  will be substituted for weapons of the  chase. She may not beautify the  shanty but she will certainly modify  and soften its aspect of barbarity.  "I'm not denying that women are  foolish. But the Lord made them to  match the men," said the shrewd  Mrs. Poyer. The Chicago professor  is worth quoting, and we therefore  give his pseudd-philosophic summary  of feminine tastes and limitations:  The toga of the old Roman was  indeed far from savagery. The mere  form of woman's dress today, while  illustrating an interesting survival, is  far from savagery; but in her fondness  for genuine trophies, for evidence of  slaughter and bloodshed, woman's  savagery is still more notable. The  other day, upon the street car, one  woman's hat had breasts of fourteen  birds set upright side by side as decorations. Outside of a few admittedly  primitive communities, in our land today the wearing of furs and skins by  men has passed away, but women  still love to load themselves with the  pelts of seals and minks and lynxs.  The more realistic the fact of death  is made, the better on the whole the  women seem to be suited. The head  of the killed animal adds to the attractiveness of many of these trophy  decorations. The wearing of feath^  ers and breasts of birds is an example  of woman's fondness for bright colors, a characteristic trait in  savages."  AEROPLANISTS  awaiting capital and enterprise P. P., for the Delta, and president of the Provincial Liberal association, which was very largelj  attended by an enthusiastic and  appreciative audieuce.  Mr. Oliver spoke for two hours  fluently and clearlv on some subjects very near his heart. The  timber question in British Columbia, railway subsidies, "the Victoria land department at Victoria  to become producers  The greater part <d" the country  tributary to Myers Creek lies just  south of the Canndian boundary  line\ south west of Rock Creek,  and tho fYcoV flows into Kettle  river at J. R. Jackson's ranch near  Midway. The Great Northern  railway follows Mevers creek trom  its mouth to Mvncaster, on the  Canadian frontier, and affords  excellent shipping facilities to  farmers n��'d mining companies  operating in this section. For  profitable f'>:-mir<.r ihe valley and  uplands contain many thousand's  of acres of splendid arable land,  as the large, number of well cultivated ranches attest, and the  several niining camps iu the vicinity are proof positive of an extensive mining area. Thc towns  of Chesaw, Molson, Myncaster,  Bridesville and Sidley are centers  of mining and farming activity,  some on the creek itself and some  on the mountains to thc north of  the valley. On Percy mountain,  the Review, the War Eagle, the  Wisconsin and other properties  have been largely developed aud  there are several claims with good  showings of ore that have not received their,, share cf attention,  but which 'will attract capital  when the time comes, as it will,  for this section of the district to  be further exploited.  On the east side of the creek,  and south of the town of Chesaw,  the Crystal Butte is situated,with  the Kiug Solomon some three  miles distant. These are only  two of many claims that are only  lying idle for want of capital to  develop. For the prospector there  is a large territory of undeveloped  country. In fact, Myers creek  and its offshoots offer an exceptional opportunity for mining or  land investment, and while it  has, in common with the rest of  the districts in our neighborhood,  suffered much from the recent  financial depression of the past  few years, there is every prospect  of a brighter future and a productive era of prosperity in store  for it. '   TEN YEARS AGO  and the differences existing between the two published accounts  issued at Victoria and Ottawa, of  the financial relations between  the Dominion and British Columbia since confederation.  Mr. Oliver is a good speaker,  and, unlike some, of the public  men who have visited this town  on political missions, of both parties, he states fearlessly what he  believes to be the best policy in  any question without directing  fusilades of abuse at those with  whose political views he does not  agree.  There were several Conservatives present who could not fail  to be impressed with the sincerity  of Mr. Oliver's remarks, while  they may differ in opinion with  the visitor in his solution of those  problems of public interest on  which he spoke.  MryOliver is an old British Columbian of thirty-three years  standing, and has a greater  knowledge of B. C, its resources,  revenues, trials and tribulations than any other member in  the house today, and he has the  welfare of his country at heart.  He believes in the future ot B. C,  and that that future lies in the  preservation of her natural resources, timber, laud, mineral or  fishery for the people of B. C.  Refreshments were served after  the speeches of the evening, and  a well executed program of songs,  recitations and goodfellowship  lasted until the early morning  hours.  PEACE CELEBRATION  IS YOUR NAME  ON THIS LIST  The thirty chartered banks of Canada have in their possession over  S600.000, money which has lain for  years unclaimed, quite a proportion of  which belongs to people who are, or  were at one time or another residents  of Boundary. The money referred  to, it may be said, is that which has  lain in the bank for five years and upwards without being claimed by the  parties depositing it, or to whom  drafts, etc., were payable. There is  also a small amount in unclaimed dividends.  The following is a list of unclaimed  balances standing to the credit of depositors in the Bank of Montreal and  Bank of Commerce, Greenwood, for  a period of five years and over. The  list gives the last known address of the  depositor, name, date of last transaction and the balance standing.  BANK. OK  MONTREAL.  Greenwood���C A. Saunders, J. S.  Miller -and R. Stevenson, May 30,  '99, $62.36; A. N. Harrison, Jan.  17, '99, S55.30; VV. Hutcheson,  Aug. 20, '00, SI5; J. Hardy and E.  Hardy, Feb. 17, '00, $7.25; W. H.  Morris, Jan. 22, '00, Si00; McRae  Copper Mines, Nov. 19, '00, $6.70;  J Gibbons, Aug. 2, '00, $320.30;  estate of G. Munroe, Sept. 1, '03,  $95.30; C. T. Keen, Oct. 8, '00,  $7.20.  Camp McKinney���B. McCulloch,  March 1, 'o2, $7.17; McKinney &  Kamloops Gold Mining company,  April 30, '03, $64.80.  BANK OF COMMERCE.  Greenwood���Adam Kadis, Jan. 6,  '00, $4.75; W. J. Ross, March 26,  '01, $10.   AN EXAMPLE TO B, G  As the result, of the mediaiion  of the London board of trade the  threatening strike at the collieries  has beeu averted. Most of the  demands of the miners have been  granted.  For Sale or Rent���Pianos, Sewing  Machines. The O. I. C. New and 2nd  Hand store.    A.   L,.   White,  Phone 16.  Wilbur Wright, the American ae-  roplanist, will go to Odessa, Russia,  in October, to give an exhibition  there.  A monument to Count Zeppelin  has just been unveiled near Oppen-  heim, Germany, to mark the spot  where he landed in his airship in August of last year during his flight from  lake Constance to Mainz.  J. A. D. McCurdy will attempt a  flight across the Ottawa river, from  the military camp to Fort Williams  and return, in his airship Baddeck I.  Much interest attaches to this proposed flight. Canada does not intend  to be behind in aviation.  The United States government  aerodrome has been placed at the disposal of Wilbur Wright, for the purpose of instructing Lieutenants Lahm  and Foulois in the manipulation of  the Wright aeroplane, recently purchased by the government.  i  ; crso  Childrens dresses, very cheap,  clay <% Co.  Bar-  We can supply your wants in House-  I furnishings.    A.  L. White,  Phone 16.  (Trom Itrtiindary Crei;l- Times of Aug. 12,18OT.)  The Red Rock has been bonded  by F. P. Buck for S25,000.  Robert Wood laid the corner  stone of the new Baptist church  on Long Lake street this week.  E. G. Warren, who has charge  of several properties in Camp McKinney, was in the city this week.  R. Hutch ins, formerly shift boss  at the Le Roi mine, has succeeded  Harry Johns as foreman at the  Mother Lode.  R. Y. Coulter, of Rossland, arrived this week to accept the position of ledgerkcepi'r with the  Bank of B. N. A.  G. R. Naden and II. T. Ceperley have bonded the Anaconda  Dividend and Gold Dust properties on Kruger mountain.  Mr. and Mrs. Johns left this  week for Rossland and Spokane.  Upon his return Mr. Johns will  assume charge of the Sunset  mine.  Married���Pat Df-rmody, foreman at the Old Ironsides mine,  to Catherine Punch, daughter of  James Punch, of Phoenix, on  August 1st,  Paul Johnson will consult with  \ Frederick Keffer, the manager of  the B. C. Copper Co.,   relative to  It will soon be a hundred years  since a hostile shot was fired between the two peoples who live  side by side in this great wide  North American continent. We  have celebrated centenaries and  tercentenaries of conquest, we  have held expositions of commercial and governmental progress, we have our yearly exhibitions of provincial and dominion  activity in mining, agricultural  and natural resources, but it is in  the interest of civilized humanity  that we should not let this era of  peace and plenty pass without appropriate recognition and jubilation, There is now a movement  on toot to arrange a great international exposition aud peace  congress to be held in 1014. to  give the world a lesson in the development of civilization on this  hemisphere. It is none too soon  to begin such an enterprise,which  can be made to redound to tbe  credit of the two great nations  interested, materially as well as  well as morally. This will be a  greater boon to Canada and the  United States than the large appropriations yearly spent in munitions of war and its trappings.  METALS.  To   lessen the  danger to standing  timber along railway lines from sparks,  in Northwestern states, the Washington State Forest Fire  association  will  start a campaign   for  the  substitution  of oil as fuel for locomotives.    Every  year during the dry  season,   millions  of feet  of   valuable  timber  are  destroyed as the result  of flying  sparks  from  locomotives.    This  it a  great  loss of wealth  of one  of the  state's  most valuable natural resources.  President  Earling,   of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.   Paul,   has  announced  that he will co-operate  in  the movement, as he  does  not  want to see a  foot  of  timber destroyed  along his  line.    Accordingly, the Milwaukee is  equipping forty locomotives  with   oil  burners.  They will be used in Washington,   Idaho   and   Montana timber  belts.     President Earling believes that  the use of oil will prove an   economical  innovation.    As a  result  of 83  serious   fires  along  railway  lines  in  New York   state   last year, its public  service corporation has  decreed  that  oil   must   be  burned by locomotives.  An   effort   will   be made to persuade  ihe Washington Railway commission  to make a similar ruling.    The  matter will also be pressed in other timber  states or the country.  GENERAL NOTES  ! a site  tor a  smelter.    Mr. John-  ������Strangeasitmay   seem   it's!        has  arrived   from California  the man who keeps his  ailments J  to himself that loses them   soonest."  this week.  The first fatal accident to occur  at the Mother Lode mine happen-  Sidney Oliver, phone B 51, will sup-: e{*t  ou   Monday   afternoon,  when  P-y your 'ce needs.  ! Dom jlatteilo, a mucker, lost his  .-,,..,. ,����� i      u     'life  by   falling to the  bottom of  Childrens whitewear on   sale.    Bar-;111*-   "��� ��  clay & Co. ���' the shaft, a distance  of 215 feet.  New York, August 11���Silyer,  51; Electrolytic copper, 12.95 to  13.15, firm.  London, Aug. 11���Silver 23>j;  lead, j��12. 7s. Od.  Aug 11���Closing quotations on  the New York curb arid Spokane  exchange:  Bid    Asked  C. Copper       7.25   7.50  B  Granby  95.00 105.00  Childrens red slippers, 1.50   Hues for  95c.     Barclay & Co.  Dr. William Osier attained the  age of 60 years last month. Who  is looking after the chloroform?  It is reportod that King Edward made a cool million iu  United Steel common recently.  Wc sincerely hope it is true.  A terrific fire occurred at Vernon on Tuesday last, when the  Okanagan hotel was burnt to tbe  ground and eleven guests of the  hotel lost their lives.  Another pleasant and highly  successful method is to go around  systematically knocking your  ueiffhbors. Do not for a moment  concede that there is good in any  of them.  War is an instrument entirely  inefficient toward reducing wrong,  and multiplies instead of indemnifying losses.  Closing out  Fishing Tackle,  the ad.   A. L. White, phone 16.  j     Fruit Jars���Pints,  /5c.  dcz.;quaru��  Read j S1.00 doz.; half gallons, Sl.25doz.  I A. L. White, Phone 16. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK  TIMES  "..Bank of Montreal.   $12,000,000  e=4  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  *=��  CF*  Cr*  CF*  ESTABLISHED 1817-  CF*  ^A  Cr*  CF*  Cr*  Cr*  *c5  (P*-  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  lr��  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.       Rest  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President :    Lokd Stkaxbcoi-a and Mount Royal, G. C M. G.  ^S:aeranG/c^  Branches in London,Eng. >C^T W^ft.\ Hew YorK, Chicago.  Buy  aad Mil atetiia? E��cUange aad Cable Trin-Urb ; Gr  Traveller.-* Creditii,-ivailatle iu any partjof ihe world  ant Commercial an  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  *=��  *=%  *=��  provided we boost for the best.  Nothing but the best will do.  The best; is coming our way. Tell  all your friends that there will  be things doing iu this town this  fall, that everything is progressing, and you wont be far out.  RAILWAY CROSSINGS  TixmimMm^  73 Years in  Business.        Capital and  Reserve Over $7,000,000.  Banking  by Mail  is a great convenience to those  who live sonic distance from  town.  Deposits may be sent in,  cash  other   business   transacted  by   Mail,   without  drawn,   or  am* 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  Makkistkk. Soi.icitok,  XoTAKV  PTHI.IC.  Calile Aiiilress:       " Hai.li it."  Beilfiinl  M'.WiHV  CoIjks -{ Moreinir A *\Ynr*.  I Heilturil  ks -J Moreinir  I I.cil>cr's  Gi-eenwood, B.C*  on tbe community,would of choice  choose a future of sulphuric acid  where no wages are paid and  water is at a premium. To those  wbo iMijoy the consoling weed  and an intermittent drop of nervine with a pal what a warning  the daily clouds of sulphur laden  S^^fc bouhdarv  valluy  lodge   j atmosphere   must  be,   and   those  who are never never naughty the  No. 38. i.o.o. F  Meets   everv   Tucm'wvv   I'venni'.' :it  H (Ki in   tlie  1. 6. C>. P."Hall.     A" rnnli:il  iiivi iiiiion is ex  teu^etl U.. ill <uiourntu^ t"vliieru.  ALI1KRT  r.OC.AX. ���*l*l'l> li. Itl'I.MI'S,  N. ti. V. C..  V. i:il\VAl*H  HROWN. '*.->. Six.  Zht  Boundary Creek Times  V  Ssi-u-td llwcfV Trtdav  ���il'TIONS  I.N   AllVANCE.  2 (KI  1 ''.'  If, in the near future, some wild  team comes tearing up town in  mad distaste for the center of the  public streets, witb a broken vehicle upturned in the middle of  the creek, a more or less nerve-  shattered driver and some poor  paralyzed passengers lying unconscious hy the side of tbe road,  don't blame the driver, or the  team, or anyone but the C. P. R.  for not putting* the several railway crossings between town ami  the Mother Lode mine in ordinary aud decent repair. The cost  of this repair is small in contrast  with the danger to the public at  the present writing. We hope  this will be attended to at once  for the safety of all concerned.  tined in Paris last week. This  was the first public execution in  Paris in the last fifteen years.  Don Jaime, the pretender to the  Spanish throne, shortly will  marry a princess of the imperial  German family. Emperor William has consented to tbe union.  With a war fleet loaded with  Turkish troops beading for Crete,  the Cretans armed to a man and  tbe power of Greece behind them,  tbe outlook for Crete  is  trouble.  Russia is regaining ber lost influence iu China, while Japanese  influence ir> losing- pToiniil. Tbe  next great war in the far east  will see China and Russia in  coalition against Japan.  GERMAN DAY  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  Sir Thomas Lipton is  visiting  eastern Cauada.  The   fifth   week  of the Glace  Bay strike has been entered upon.  ttilhA'  AUGUST   1*. WI  SULPHUROUS FUMES  With tin- world so full of con-  trii*'.' jK-oplr;, diverr-e opinions,  Oifi--->. ni vie <*/������, ui lit'it (and nl her  thini*-). it is ail impossibility to  pleas.*:' 1".-t*ryuut-; soriieliint-s im-  pu-jsilii'* lo pleas*-1 anyue. The  othr-r day we heard a ladv dhcry-  ing the fact that "lho horrid  smeller smoke jn-.l ruined her  her silver, and as fur the garden ���  oh, my!" Her husband is a meek  3rid mild person (as husbands  always are), and be, like a wise  man, held his peace until the lady  had disappeared, and then he;  said: "Those blamed fumes may  spoil her silver, and the darna-  tioji flowers, don't you know, but  they make the money I buy the  s-ilyer and seeds with, anyhow."  And he's right.     What  does it  matter   if   the  silver   has   to   be  cleaned oftener, a spoon's a spoon  for a' that,  and   the   bawbees are  in the sulphur smoke to buy more  silver with, thank   goodness   and  the Copper company.    And as for  the   Mowers���wc    know    several  varieties    of     blooms     that     uo  amount  of sulphnric  acid seems  to effect.    In fact, the   rosy, dimpled chocks in town thrive ou thc  sulphur   and   bespeak  only good  health, and eyes sparkle none thc  less brilliantly when the boys can  afford to jar loose from  tho price  of candy   and   other   necessities  just because the smelter is  pouring forth its smoke in thick clouds  over   the   town,   and   wages   are  furthcoming and money freer.  Tbe influence on the majority  of a steady inhalatiou of a free  supply of sulphur is uot without  its moral value, Wbo, though  they may welcome or deplore the  sulphuriosity of the local smelter  and its beneficial   monetory effect  rellcctioiis of au evening sunset,  as seen through the above mentioned cloud, cannot be anything  but sweet and soothing, for no  more beautiful drop scene can be  contemplated as a prelude to the  mysterious infinite beyond.  What if a few trees should be  blighted? There are more further  up the hill, and after all, they  would sooner or later have fallen  a prey lo Charlie's far reaching  axes.  These fumes have oue Blight  disadvantage. Tbe sulphurous  gas is readily soluble iu water  which will dissolve 80 times its-  volume of the gas at 32 deg. F,  Eut we only use water to wash in  anyhow, and should avoid that  wearisome labor as much aa possible. Aa for drinkables, the town  is well 'supplied (ask McCreath)  with malerial to kill the effects  of the sulphur, aud the smoke  need not bother u . on that   score.  It has* been demonstrated that  dirty silver, the result of blister  copper production, is better thau  no silver and ne'er a copper, that  youth and beauty do not suffer  from the effects of sulphur, tbat  rarer blooms abound here than  the best garden elsewhere can  produce, that it does not matter  if a tamarac or two should wither  and die (it would have gone up  in smoke anyway), that the moral  influence of the fumes is exceedingly weighty, so let us have  plenty of sulphur smoke here,  and work and save our money and  be good, and have less of the  fumes hereafter.  COMING OUR WAY  Kamloops has decided to install  an electric arc light system with  35 lights.       ��� _  President Taft and President  Diaz are to meet in El Paso in  October next.  Gonzales Valencia has this  week been elected president of tbe  Republic of Colombia.  In the belief that Ibe milleu-  ium may be ushered in at any  moment, the "���Cooneyites" in  Ireland are holding continuous  prayer meetings, and pilgrims are  arriving from all parts of the  country.  A series of fatal accidents recently befell several popular  Spanish bullfighters, and it is believed that these tragedies will  have much influence toward hastening the end of this brutal sport  in Spain.  The situation between Turkey  and Greece is regarded as being  in a most acute stage. Germany  has made representations to both  Constantinople aud Athens urging the necessity of a peaceful  solution of the  Cretan  question.  The Hon. W. J. Bowser, attorney general of British Columbia, has returned from  England.  Mexico City is suffering from  want of supplies for the homeless. More earthquakes are reported.  The legislative and executive  buildings for Saskatchewan will  be completed in 1910, and will  cost $1 500,000.  The forty-third annual encampment of the Grand Army of the  Republic began last week at Salt  Lake with the arrival of General  Henry Nevins, commander-in-  chief, accompanied by his official  staff aud members of the national  council of administration.  Nine floats aud five bands will  take part in the German Day parade at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific  Exposition on Aug. 18.  Fully 3,000 Germans, from all  parts of tbfl Northwest, over a  thousand in native German dress,  will follow the floats.  Arrangements have beeu made  for the North Pacific Saenger-  buud, to come to tbe Exposition  in a body.  Tbe formal addresses of welcome will be delivered in tbe  Auditorium. Jacob Shaefer, at-  ch airman ol the committep, will  introduce the President of tho  day, Andrew Hemricb, Consul  Oswald Lohan Mayor Millb-r of  Seattle, and Governor M. E. Hay  of the stato of Washington, will  address the gathering.  The afternoon program includes living pictures, historically  symbolic, a gymnastic exhibition  by the Seattle Turuverein and a  singing contest between the local  and visiting* societies. Prizes aggregating $500 will be distributed.  August 18 was chosen as the  day for tbe celebration, as it is  the l��00th anniversary of the victory of Herman, the Teutonic  chief, over the Romans, which  broke their power in the Teuto-  burger Wald.  No Man is Stronger  Than His Stomach  A strong ruan i* strong nil over.    No man can  be  strong who in suffering from weak stomach with its.  consequent indigestion, or fiou; some other disease  of the stomach und its associated organs, which im-  [uiiis digestion and nutrition.    For when the stomach  is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition  -contained in food, which ia the source of all physical  strength.    When   a   man "doesn't feel just right,"  when he di.-oiii't  sleep well, has   an   uncomfortable  feeling in tlie sco-nauh utter eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despondent, he is iuiiug the nutrition needed to make strength.  tiucti it ti.uit should uso Dr, Pierce's Golden Msdlcai  Ui^uoi-cry. Jt cures diseases ot the stomssh and other  or&titi-j. ut digestion and nutrition, it enricin.j inn Blood,  invigorate:* the liver, strengthens <"/*<- kidneys, usitt-iaiiss  tin: at-rvca, und so GIVES HEALTH 'A&D STREliUTH TO  THE WHOLE hOOr.  You can't  utluid to accept a ttcrtt nostrum as a substitute far  this  non-  uk.u'iuiic medicine OH  known composition, not even  tho>.*,U thc  uii;. ui ��;......x  tuny thereby ami.; a tittle bigger proht.    Ingredients 'print-, d o.i >..... .-. i-  The late Don Carlos, Pretender  to the throne of Spain, left works  ot. art and money to the pope  worth $2,000,000.  Prince Nicholas, of Montenegro, will assume the title of king  on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of his accession.  Lord Kitchener has been gazetted a field marshall, and has  also been made a member of the  committee of Imperial defense.  A boom has  been  described as  thc   ilowcr   of a  rumor watered  with   ink.     What  we  in  Greenwood want is  a   time  of geueral  prosperity   rather   than   a  boom.  We   want   to   see   thc    healthy  growth of our  stable   industries,  a friendly public spirit, universal  generosity, thc glad  hand to all,  and   to  strangers   in  particular,  enterprise encouraged and energy  rewarded.    Then   good times  as  the  fruit  of endeavor   will come  knocking at the door,   especially  if we give an occasional boost by  way  of   watering  the  tree,  and  build a good   high   fence to keep  knockers   from   undermining the  roots.    And when all this is done  the millenium will be nearer than  the misguided '' Cooneyites " have  any idea.    It is  up to us to boost  Vancouver had its first real  bank hold-up last week, when a  man walked into the Royal Bank  and made the manager hand over  $250.    Sir Frederick Borden says that  the Dominion can put fifty thousand troops in the field at once,  and fifty thousand more in a few  weeks.  Chas. H. Moyer was unanimously re-elected president ot the  Western Federation of miners at  their big conference at Denver,  August 3rd.  E. Mills, formerly secretary of  Greenwood Miners' union, has  been re-elected grand secretary of  the Western Federation of Miners at Denver,  Phoenix Miners' union are making elaborate preparations for a  big celebration in Phoenix on Labor Day. It will take tbe form of  a picnic and will be held iu the  new city park. 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We Can Save You Money  +*  **  COME TO THE  Times Office  FOR  YOUR THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  �� Satan *  erson  By HALLIE  ERMIME RIVES.  Author of  Hearts Courageous. Etc  Copyright    1908.     Tlie  Bobbs-Merrill   Company.  the mau who waa to make those  |olemu   promises   Was   David   Stires'  ML who bad had his fling, turned over  new leaf becomingly and was now  JSffertng substantial  hostages to  good  fepute.   To him, Harry Sanderson, he  pas a flaneur, a marglnless gambler In  [he futures of his father's favor and a  "-Oman's heart  ft Only a moment Harry stood waiting;  J*hen tbe palm screened musicians be-  kan   the   march,  and   Hugh   took   his  ���place, animated and assured,  looking  the flushed and expectant bridegroom.  lit the same Instant tbe chattering and  ���hubbub ceased.   Jessica, on the arm of  ithe old man, erect, but walking feebly  [with   his cane,  waa advancing down  fcthe roped lane.  Harry's eyes dropped to the opened  [book, though ho knew the offlce by  [heart He spoke the time worn ad-  Muratlon with clear enunciation, with  [almost perfunctory distinctness. He  [ did not look at Hugh.  "If any  man  can  show just cause  fwhy they may not lawfully be joined  .together, let him speak or else hereafter forever hold, his peace."    In the  pause���the slightest pause���that turned  the page he felt an insane prompting  to tear off his robes, to proclaim to this  'roomful of heated, gaping, fan fluttering humaulty that he himself, a min-  .ister of the gospel,  the celebrant of  the rite, knew "just cause."  The choking Impulse passed. The periods rolled on. The long white glove  was slipped from the hand, the ring  put on the finger, and the pair whom  God' and Harry Sanderson had joined  together were kneeling on the white  satin {--rledieu with bowed heads under the final Invocation. As they knelt  choir voices rose.  _Then, while the music lingered, the  hush of the room broke ln a confused  murmur, the white ribbon wound ropes  were let down, and a voluble wave of  congratulators swept over the spot In  a moment more Harry found himself  laying off bis robes in the next room.  ?>/V  The celebrant of the rite   toreeui   "fust  cause."  With a sigh of relief he fatepped  through the wide French window into  the garden. The strain over, he longed  for the solitude of his study. But Da-  rid StlreB had asked him to remain for  a final word, since bride and groom  were to leave on an early evening  train; the old man was to accompany  them a part of the journey, and "the  Stires place" was to be closed for an  indefinite period.  It was not long before the sound of  gay voices and of carrlago wheels  came around the corner of the bouse,  for the reception was to be curtailed.  One by one he heard the carriages roll  down the graveled driveway. A last  chime of voices talking together���Harry could distinguish Hugh's voice now  ���and at length quiet told him the last  or the guests were gone.  The east room was empty save for  servants who were gathering some of  the cut flowers for themselves. He  stood aimlessly for a few moments  looking about him. A white carnation  lay at the foot of the dais, fallen from  Jessica's shower bouquet He picked  this up, abstractedly smelled its perfume and drew the stem through his  buttonhole. He heard voices in the library, and, opening the door, he entered.  In the room sat old David Stires ln  his wheel chair opposite his son. He  was doadly pale,.  and his fierce  eyes blazed like  tare ln tinder.  And what a  Hugh! Not the  indolently gay  prodigal Harry  had known In  the past nor the  flushed bride-  groom of a half  hour ago! Itwas  "~>\- a cringing, a  ^J^\ hangdog Hugh,  with a slinking  dread in the  face, a trembling  of the hands, a  tense expectation in-the posture. The thin  line   across   his  1  y  "We have married  Jessica to a com  mon thief T  brow was a livid pallor. His eyes lifted to Harry's for an instant, then returned In a kind of fascination to a  slip of paper on the desk, on which hia  father's forefinger rested, like a nail  transfixing an animate infamy.  "Sanderson," said the old man In a  low, hoarse, unnatural voice, "come in.  and shut the door. God forgive usS  We have married Jessica to a common  thiefV Hugh, my son, my only child,  whom I have forgiven beyond all reck-  ���onlng, has forged my name to a draft  for $5,000!"  Chapter 5  *  N,OR a  moment there was  ' ���"3��*w|S">     dead    silence    ln    the  iMB/O room. Harry's breath  caught lu bis throat,  and the old man's eye  t��"*"*-��������** again Impaled the hapless son. Hugh threw up his head  witb an attempt at jauntlness, but  with furtive apprehension In every  muscle, for he could not solve the look  bo saw on his father's face, and said:  "You act as if It were a cool million.  I'm no worse than a lot who have better luck than 1. Suppose 1 did draw  tbe five thousand. You were going to  give me ten for a wedding present I  had to bave the money then, and you  wouldn't have given It to me. You  know that as well as I do. Besides, I  was going to take it up myself, and  you would never have been the wiser.  He promised to hold lt It's a low  trick for him to round on me like this.  I'll pay him off for it some time. 1  don't see that it's anybody else's business but ours anyway," he continued,  with a surly glance at Harry.  Harry had been staring at him, but  with a vision turned "curiously backward���a vision that seemed to see  Hugh standing at a carpeted dais in a  dower hung room, while his own voice  said out of a lurid shadow, "Wilt thou  have this man to be thy wedded hus-  band"-  "Stay, Sanderson," said the old man;  then turning to Hugh, "Who advanced  you money on this and promised to  'hold it?'"  "Dr.  Moreau."  "He profited by it?"  "He got his margin." said Hugh sullenly.  "How much margin did he get?"  "A thousand."  "Where is the rest?" David Sttres*  voice was like a whip of steel.  Hugh hesitated a moment He had  still a few hundreds in pocket, hut he  did not mention them.  "I used most of it 1���had a tew  debts."  "Debts of honor, I presume?"  Hugh's sensibility quivered at the  tierce, grating irony of the inquiry.  "If you'd been more decent .witb  spending money," he said with a flare  of the old effrontery, "I'd have been  all right! Ever since I came home  you've kept me strapped. I was  ashamed to stick up any more of my  friends. And of course I couldn't borrow from Jessica?"  "Ashamed!" exclaimed the old man  with harsh sternness. "You are with*  out the decency of shame! If you were  capable of ieeUng it you would no*  mention her name nowl"  Hugh thought he saw a glimmer  through the storm cloud. Jessica was  his anchor to windward. What hurt  him would hurt her. He would pull  through!  "Well," he said, "it's done, and  there's no good making such a row  aboirt it She's my wife and she'll  stand by me, if nobody else does!"  No one bad ever seen such a look on  David Stires' face as came to It now���  a suddeu blaze of fury and righteous  scorn that burned it like a brand.  "You impudent blackguard! You  drag iny mi me iu the gutter and then  try to J*ade on my self respect and  Jessica's affection. You thought you  would take it up yourself and 1 would  be noue the wiser! And if 1 did find  it out you counted on my love for the  poor, deluded girl yon have married  to make me condone your criminality,  to perjure myself, to admit the signature aud shield you from the consequences. You imagine because you  are my son that you can do this thing  and all still go on as before. Do you  suppose I don't consider Jessica? Do  you think because you have fooled and  cheated her and me and married her  that I will give her now to a caught  thief, a common jailbird?"  In the thoughts that were darting  through Hugh's mind there was none  now of regret or of pity for Jessica.  His fear was the fear of the trapped  spoiler who discerns capture and Its  consequent penalties in the patrolling  bullseye flashed upon him. He studied  his father with bunted, calculating  eyes as the old man turned to Harry  Sanderson.  "Sanderson," said David Stires once  more in his even, deadly voice, "Jessica is waiting in the room above this.  She will not understand the delay.  Will you go to her? Make some excuse���any you can think of���till I  come."  Harry nodded and left the room,  shutting the door carefully behind  bim, carrying with him the cowering,  helpless look with which Hugh saw  himself left alone with his implacable  judge. What to say to her? How to  say lt He mounted the stair as if a  pack swung from his shoulders. He  paused a moment at the door, then  knocked, turned the knob and entered.  There in the middle of the blue hung  room in her wedding dress, with her  bandaged eyes, and her bridal bouquet  on the table, stood Jessica. Twilight  was near, but even so all the shutters  wero drawn save one, through which a  last glow of refracted sunlight sifted  to fall upon his face. Her hands were  clasped before her. He could hear her  breathing���the full, hurried respiration  of expectancy.  Then, while his hand closed the door  behind bim, a thing unexpected, anomalous, happened���a thing that took him  as utterly by surprise as if the solid  floor had yawned before him. Slim  fingers tore away the broad encircling  bandage. She started forward. He?  arms were flung about his neck.  "Hugh, Hugh!" she cried. "My ho*  band!"  The paleness was stricken suddenly  from Harry's face. An odd, dosed  color, a flush.of morttfigition. stfa&t  repraach. Hooded lt from chlu to brow.  Despite himself be had felt bis lips  nnoldins to an answering kiss beneath  her own. He drew a gasping breath,  bis hand nervously caught the bandage,  replaced lt over the eyes and tied it  tightly, putting down her protesting  hands.  "Oh, Hugh," she pleaded, "not for a  moment���not when I am so happy!  Your face Is what I dreamed It must  be!    Why did you make me wait so  "Hugh,   HuqIW  she cried,  band I"  ���'My  hue-  long? And I can see, Hugh! I can  really see! Let it stay off, just for one  little moment more!"  He held her hands by force. "Jessica, wait" he said iu a broken whisper. "You must not take it off again���  not now!"  An incredible confusion enveloped  him. His tongue cleaved to the roof  of his mouth. Not only had the painful contretemps nonplused aud dismayed him; not only had it heightened  and horrified tbe realization of what  she must presently be told���it had  laid a careless hand upon his own  secret touching it with an almost vulgar mockery. It had overthrown in an  instant the barricades be had been piling. The pressure of those lips on his  had sent coursing to the farthest re-  eesses of his nature a great wave which  dikes nor locks might ever again forbid.  "What a dear goose you are!" she  said. "The light didn't hurt them���indeed, indeed! Only to think, Hugh!  Your wife will have her sight! Do go  and tell your father. He will be waiting to know!"  Harry made some incoherent reply.  He was desperately anxious to get  away. His thought was a snarl of tatters threaded by one lucid purpose���to  spare her coming self abasement this  sardonic humiliation.  He almost ran from the room and  down the stair.  K��=fi  T the foot of the stair Harry  paused, drawing a deep  breath as if to lift a  weight of air. He needed to get his bearings, to  win back a measure of  calmness.  As he stood there Hugh came from  the library. His head was down, and  he went furtively aud slinklngly, as  though dreading even a casual regard.  He snatched his hat from the rack,  passed out of the house and was swallowed up ln the dusk. David Stires  had followed his son Into the hall. He  answered the gloomy question in Harry's eyes.  "He is gone," he said, "aud I hope to  heaven I may never see his face  again!" Then slowly and feebly he  ascended tbe stairs.  Ten, fifteen minutes passed, and old  David Stires re-entered the room, went  feebly to his wheel chair and sat down.  . "1 have told her," he said presently  in a broken voice. "You are kind, Sanderson, very kind.   God help us!"  "What has God to do with lt?" fell  a voice behind them. Harry faced  about It was Jessica as he bad flrst  seen her in the upper room with the  bandage across her eyes.  "What has God to do with it?" she  repeatr' in a hard tone. "Perhaps Mr.  Sanderson can tell us. It is in bis  line."  "Please"��� said Harry.  He could not have told what he  would have asked, though the accent  was almost one of entreaty. The harsh  satire touched his sacred calling. Coming from her lips it affronted at once  his religious instinct and his awakened  love. It was all he said, for he stopped  suddenly at sight of her face, pain  frosted, white as the folded cloth.  "Oh," she said, turning toward the  Voice, "I remember what you said that  night right here in this very room-  that you sowed your wild oats at college with Hugh���that they were 'a tidy  crop!' Yon were strong, and' he was  weak. You led. and he followed.  (You were 'Satan Sanderson.' abbot of  the Saints, the set in which he learned  gambling. Why. it was in your rooms  ���that he played his first game of poker.  He told me so himself! And now he  ���has gone to be an outcast, and you  stand in the pulpit ln a cassock, you,  :he Rev. Henry Sanderson! You help-  Hi to make him what be has become!  Dan you undo it?"  Harry was looking at her with a  'trlckeo countenance. He had no answer ready. The wave of confusion  :hat had submerged Mm when he bad  (Continued next week.)  The British government has  granted a pension of $2500 annually to Lady Wyllie, widow of  Lieut.-Col. Wyllie, who was assassinated recently by Dhiugari,  an Indian student, at the imperial   institute.  Imines and mining!  s *  o ��  &#t>*9*v����#tf##����*a^*aa0a*a  It is reported that thf Nickle  PI ale mine al TTedloylias chaiit*-  ed hands.  A strike of unlive copper in  reported to have hern made at the  Fife mine durin<*- tin* pail wer-k,  Tlie Tin Top mine near Greenwood ir, 'iliippin**- a sample car ol  copper ore lo the Greenwood  smelter  The Littlo Bertha^ mine, near  Grand Forks, is shipping to (he  Gmnby Smelter. The I't-.t. car  netted the companv $530 57.  The well known T.kr>dn mines,  on (Jneen Charlotte i-d-.ii.ii-.. Iiave  heen bonded to an English syndicate for $200,000 on a two  months option.  The developnient of the placer  mines of Wild Horse creek continues, and the output of yellow  metal will he larger this year  than for several years.  Charles Tavlor was the victim  of a serious accident last week,  which occured at the new trestle  being constructed for the dumping  of waste from Granby mine at  Plioenix. Tie died at tbe Grand  Forks general hospital on Saturday night.  The Granby smelter treated 19,-  116 tons of ore last week, which  is about 1500 tons above the aiver-  age of the past six months, and  is the result of six enlarged fur-  iiaces being now in commission.  New records in smelting ore at  the Hranby may be looked for.  Furnace Nos. 1 and 8 are being  reconstructed.  hundred men are employed on the  property; niining is largely on the  surface, a large body of ore having recently been cleared by an  electric stripper. All the Snow-  shoe ore is now treated at the  Consolidated company smelter  at Trail Kails arrived last week  to complete the tramway on the  Phoenix Amalgamated, also operated by the Canadian Consolidated company. The company  are now awaiting authority from  the Dominion railway coinmision  to construct a spur from Hartford Junction to the Phoenix  Amalgamated.  Next winter you can get icefor yourself, but now you must phone B51 for it.  ASMO-Wfi *f ���*iU����KIJ'  -J-***'..".-  is the best, remedy  known for sunburn,  heat> rashes, eczema,  sore feet,, stings and  blisters.    A skin food!  All Urn !,jl.<ls nn,i Slu.x.   .;t\  There is considerable activity  in the Sheep Creek country. During the week the third payment  was made on the Koolenay Belle  by J, L. Warner and associates  to Thomas Bennett and IT. M.  Billings amounting to $15,00.0,  while the second payment was  made on the Mother Lode by John  MeMartin to O. R. Bennett. Fred  P, Drnmnioud and associates.  The amount, in this case was also  $15,000.    Sir William Ramsay, the English scientist who knows as much  about radium as anybody, discovered some time ago that a big  rubbish heap at the Trentworth  copper mine, near St. Ives, Cornwall, held a lot of the precious  stuff in its discarded pitchblende  ore. The mine was closed in  185d, after $500,000 worth of copper had beeu taken out. Now an  amount equal lo the early realization will be obtained from the  new treatment of tiie refuse ore  by a method devised by Sir William.  CANADIAN  RAILWAY  TICKETS at  REDUCED RATES  will be on sale on  June 2nd and 3rd,  July 2nd and 3rd,  August llth and 12th, to  Eastern Destinations  in Canada aud the United  States, vvith choice of routes  and final return limit of Oct,  31st. Por full particulars  apply to J. E. Proctor,  D.P.A., Calgary, A Up.  E. R. Redpath, Agent,  Greenwood, B,C.  WATER NOTICE  NOTICK Is hereby given tliat an application will lie made under part V. of tlie  "Water Act, lio**." to obtain a liceiiHe in tlie  Similkaii'een Division of Yale District.  (a.) Tlie name,address and occupation of tUe  applicant. Tliomas Williamson, Westbrid(-i'  ���ale District, I!. C. rancher.  (li.) The name of the lake, stream or source  (if unnamed the description ia). A small i-reek  knowu as Williamson creeU, which rism east  of Lot 1-164, in uaiil district, aud runs westerly  turou-ru part of said-J.ot 1464, and empties into  llie Kettle river.  (c.) The point of diversion is about 100 feet  easterly from where said creek crosses tlie east  boundary of said Lot I'M.  (d.l The quantity of water applied for 'in  cubic feet per second".   Four.  'e.) The character of the proposed works. A  dam with pipes, flume* and ditches to distribute the water.  (f.) The premises on which the water is to  1)-! used (describe same*. That portion of said  Lot 1464, in said Division, lying easterly from  tlu- Kettle river.  (if.) The purposes for which the water is to  be used are agricultural purposes (irrigation  and domestic purposes).  lh.) If for irrigation describe the land intended to be irrigated, -riving acreage The  portion of said Lot 14f-4 lying east of said Kettle river, ar.d containing about X0 acres.  (i.) Area of Crown land nitended to be occupied by the proposed works.   None.  (j.) This notice was posted ou tlie 9th day of  August, iw>, and application will be made in  the Commissioner on the 20th day of August.  lOOT.  I-.1 Give the names and addresses of am-  riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose  lands are likely to be affected by tlie proposed  works, either above or below the outlet. Columbia and. Western Railway company, over  whose lands pipes or ditches will run tor about  100 feet before reaching- east boundary of said  Lot 14fi" and on whose lauds a dam may be  built. THOS. WILLIAMSON.  41 4t Westbridge. Yale District, B. C.  Furnished   houses  for  rent.    A. L.  "White, Phone 16.  The election of directors rand  officers of the new Dominion Copper company took place in New  York a few days ago, II. Cook  being elected president. On the  directorate are Mr. Cook and J.  H. Susmann, both of whom are  prominently identified with the  General Development company,  the later being treasurer ot this  and subsidiary corporations;  Judge Warren W. Foster. New  York city. John A. Sleicher, publisher of Judge and Leslie's; N.  Bruce McKeivie, a partner of  Hay den, Stone & Co.; W, J.  Cull, an employee of the Dominion companv, and H. H. Melville,  a director of the old company.  Snynopsis ol Canadian Hoith-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Tamarac Fraction" Mineral Claim, situate  in the Oteenwnod Mining Division of V;ile  District. Where located: Carmi Camp,  Wesl Fork of the Kettle Hii-ei.  TAKI*. NOTICIC thai 1. H. I). Keer, Free  Miner's Certificate No. *6"i*>.*. nueinl, sixty days from date hereof, to apply >o the Min-  inir Kecorder for Certificates of Improvements,  for the purpose of rihtaiiiiu-.- Crown Grants of  the above claim.  And further take uotice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issu-  anceof such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this lib day of July. A. !>., 1'iiw.  K. D.  KICRK.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "Florance"    Mineral   Claim,    situate   in   thi  Creen wood   Mininir   Division   of   Vale   District.    Where located:    Ou Wallace n.oilman! joining- the Day master M. c.  TAKI-:   NOTrCU    that    I,   N.   [|.   Lamont  Free Miner's  certificate   No.   1'26-"i2J,   in.  tend,  sixty days   from   date   hereof,   to   appl ,-  to  the Miniu-.- Kecorder tor a Certificate of loi-  provi-iiients,  fi,,-    the    purpo-e  of   obtaining a  Crown (���rant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under sec-  lion .", must be commenced before ihe issuance  f such Certilicate of Improvements.  Hated this 12th dav of Julv. A. I). \<H/i.  'N. H. LAMONT.  LAGER AND PORTER. $  GINGER ALE, GINGER BEER.    !!���  ALL KINDS OE . |  OARBONATED DRINKS   i  PINT BOTTLES POR FAMILY  USE  Bottled and Draught Beer.  Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix  ftrewprv C(\    Successors to the  ..ri!?       Diewery tu., EikhornBrewery Co  ���I  !  r  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  The Snowshoe mine, is preparing to increase its shipments  to GOO to 700 tons daily. It is  about two years since the Snow-  shoe shipped about 500 tons daily  and prospects are bright for its  total tonnage for 19��9 considerably exceeding that of any previous twelve months.    Nearly   a  ANY avaihible romininn Lands within llie  Kailway Belt in Hritisli Columbia, may be  homesieadeii by auy person who is the sole head  of a family, or any male over 1H years of a^'e.  lo lhe exientof one-<|iiarter section of ion acres.  more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the lora  land office for the disrict in whicli the laud is  situate. Entry by proxy may. however, I*  maileon certain condition** by tlie father,  mother, son. dauirhter. brother or sister, of au  iutendimr homesteader.  The homesteader is required to preform the  conditions connected there with under one of  the followin-f plans;  1) At least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2> I f the father (or mother, if the father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  in the vicinity of the land entered for, the re  quiremeiits as to residence may be satisfied by  such person resldiiijr with the father or mother.  (.*) If the settler has his iierniaiient residence  pon farmiiit- land owi.ed by hini in the vicin  ity of his homestead, the reiiuircmentsasto res  idence may be satisfied by residence upon lhe  said land.  Six months" notice in writine; should be (riven  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lauds al Ot  tawa of intention toapply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may be leased (or a  period of twenty-one years al au  annual rental  of $1. |ier acre.   Not  more than 2,��o0 acres sliall  be leased to one individual or company.    A rov-  aliiy at the rale of five couts per ton  shall   he  ollected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. 11.���Unauthorized publication nf this advertisement will not be paid for.  IP2(D)M@��ir [Paip��iro  ClK...  Boundary  Creek times  is   the  Pioneer Weekly  of the  Bounckiry Creek  Mining District.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  TIMES  ���V The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  ���-[The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.  ���f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods.  SEE IF IT CANT.  **! Subscribe For,Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Leading Paper. THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  **fy-&*z  S*^-?     to*-'���*-��   g�� f-v   >iv';.;'.'  .,-��?   W��*J��  ft       m     m^^y^^-^^W,  4*3*"  Oima m  a pore grape cream  tartar powder. Its feme  Es world-wide. Noai-Utn,  no pho5phatic add.  There is never a o.ucs-~  Hon as to the absolute  purity and healthfulness of the food it raises*  A  t  o  FLIES  .rn,- a <I"X , now 3 ilo/.   for ��1  LEADERS  loo i-aeh, a.uv  i (or 2u,:  l.^ccach. now .* tor.iOij      (  2*>o etch   iinw .i for 4o^  25c e;icii. iiiiw 3 fur.siic  .'���">e each, now 3 tYr 7i.'.*  POLES  *rl ."U c >cli. now rfl.lli  Jl 7^ eaci:. now Si 20  r-2 ,-d each, r nw Si (-o  s'3 7^ ���:-.-.ci-, mm- s2 5n  REELS-  * .40 Keel for 30c  si.CO Keel for 75c.  SI 25 K-el f.ir 'Hi,-.  S4 MO Reel for S3 ul)  LINES  3 10c lines for 2��.)e  50c line for 35c  f.Oc line for 40c.  St 50 line for *?5c  $2 00 line for si 45  Terms ot sale > ash.  Sec our line of Firearms.  Send us $1.00 for 3 dozen assorted Flies  A.L.WHITE  The Stove and Furniture Man  Phone 16 Greenwood. B. C.  cash  each  6 2Ac* per acre  and 62oC* once  year thereafter  Secures to vou a BRITISH COLUMBIA FARM  in the British Columbia Southern; Columbia and  Kootenav and Columbia and Western Railway  Companies' Land Grants. Farm Lands eminently  suited for the raising of  Fruit, Grain or Stock  and may be purchased on these EASY TERMS  from  THE  CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.  who are looking for settlers for this part.  Timber Lands of tlie highest character, situated  in llifsc Grants, are offered for sale in blocks of  from MO acres upwards,  Shipping Facilities Unsurpassed  Easy Transportation  %vn     Apply to the address as shown on the at-  ^-ty * ^    "^ tached coupon for Maps,  Applica-  V,s  - 20 ^��,N%��. tion Forms, Regulations and  *%,  Literature.  ^i  */.. *-j  ���c    *�����.  I'b-.i-e m��utioii IJoinidary Cri-��1" Times iu answering this adTenisement.  TOWN 7OTICo  The Bruce mine is shipping to  Greenwood smelter.  R. Williams, of Kossland, was  a visitor to town this week.  T. Stuart Palmer, of thc Jewel  mine, was in town Saturday.  R. Campbell aud Dau O'Connor  returned from Vancouver this  week.  Dr. S. S. Opeuhcimer has opened offices in the Paulson build-  in'*- Spokane.  The Liberals of Phoenix entertained Mr. John Oliver at a smoker last night.  Dad has invented a new dining- room table for the use ot  a bachelor's residence.  Arthur Jaynes has gone oui. to  Spokane, and it is rumored that  he will not return alone.  F. M Rankin went to the Seattle Fair on Saturday. He will  be away about a month.  Dr. J.W. Arbuckle arrived from  Vancouver this week and will be  assistant to Dr. McLean.  Dr. J. D, McLean has been  elected the physician of the R. C.  Copper company employees.  George Heatherton, secretary  of the local Miners' union, returned from Denver iast Saturday.  Val 11.1 vnes is expected here  on the 1/r.Mi inst. with :i large consignment of entile for P. Burns &  Co.  Wm. McTiridc left on Tuesday  for Spokane for a short trip. Our  Bill will be missed while he is  away.  Miss Jessie Beldon left on Monday morning for Spokane to visit  her father and sisters for two  weeks.  Mrs. R. Gosse of Rossland, and  Mrs. Smith of Phoenix are visiting Mrs. M. D. Mcintosh at the  Motherlode mine.  Messrs Lawson and Cain, who  are working the Crescent mine under lease, are stoping ore on the  one hundred foot level.  F. H. Knight, of Grand Forks,  was a visitor to Greenwood this  week. Mr. Knight is manager of  thc Little Bertha mine.  Mrs. J. T. Beattie held a reception ou Wednesday afternoon and  evening which was very largely  attended by her man}' friends.  Drs. J. D. McLean and J. W.  Arbuckle have opened an office  in Greenwood, on Copper street,  where Dr. J. E. Spankie resided.  Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Haas, of  Spokane, were visitors to town on  Thursday. Mr. Haas is oue of  the fortunate owners of the Bruce  mine at Midway.  Miss Mason is relieving Miss  Ward in the office of F. W. McLaine, C. P. R. land agent,  during the absence of the latter  who has gone to the coast tor her  vacation.  N. Lamont left on Suuday for  the coast to join Mrs. Lamont.  He will make Vernon his headquarters, and take charge of the  busiuess of the Singer Sewing  Machine Co.-, in that territory.  Is your subsription due? You  can easily tell by lookiug at the  label of your paper, If the date  of the label has passed, kindly  remit us $2 without delay, and  save our collector a trip this hot  weather.  The Snowshoe company have  bonded the Black Jack mineral  claim near the No. 7 mine. The  price is reported to be in the  neighborhood of $20,000. The  vendors are Geo. Cook aud Duncan Buchanon.  The Greenwood Liberals held  a smoker iu Eagle'i hall on Wednesday evening to meet John  Oliver M. P. P., president of the  Provincial Liberal Association,  who addressed a large and appreciative audience.  It is our intention to publish an  article on the resources of the  territory tributary to this town in  our next issue, and we will welcome any data available of a mining, farming and social nature  from those in a position to procure and proclaim the same.  Died���On August (J. at the Sacred Heart Hospital, Greenwood,  Andrew Pvtlarz. aged ."-.2 years,  a native of Poland, lie \v;is in!  the employ of the B. C. Copper  company for thc last two vears.  The funeral took place on Thursday from tlie uudcrtaking parlors  of T. M. Gulley -v  Cm.  Thc Clarendon hotel has  changed hands, Mr. ami Mrs. D,  Manchester having sold out to  Doc Goodeve this week. They  have gone to the Seattle fair aud  will later visit their old home  back east. Doc is a celebrated  mixologist and will undoubtedly  do a rushing business.  Royal Standard a Winner  THIS IS O. K.  More than a century ajro the best  tobacco and the best rum came from  Aux Cayes (pronounced O K), and  the best of anything was designated  as Aux Cayes, or O. K.. This meaning: of the phrase is still retained. In  the Jackson campaign every lie that  could be invented was invented to  blacken the -reneraPs character, and  an endorsement that he hail made,  ''this is O. K." (nieanin-f the best),  was taken by Seba Smith, and declared by liim tn he but an abreviation of  the (���eneral's customary indorsement  of papers "oil kerrect." The Democrats took up this statement '-nd fastened the mystic letters upon their  hauliers. The meaniii*- all correct" stuck to the letters, anil since  then they have been used in the two  meaniiiii'S of ' rhe best" and all  rijrht.''   One of the speakers at the Anti-  Vivisection Contrress tit London last  July told how Canadian women had  presented Queen Alexandra with several long-maned, Ions-tailed horses,  which prior to their despatch were  docked by the veterinary surgeon.  The queen is opposed to the*, practice  of dock in fr, and the horses were returned to Canada. They were replaced at the vetinary's expense by  unclocked animals, thus closing an incident which thc veterinary had turned from a pleasant into an unpleasant  one.    Long live the Queen.  If your are in business do not  advertise. Forget that if the  trade of community is worth going after, it is worth advertising  for.   THL AUGUST HOME JOURNAL  Very interesting indeed are the letters received by the Vancouver Milling and Grain Co., Ltd., from those  who have been so fortunate as to secure coupons entitling the holders to  the splendid prizes offered by this company to introduce their flour.  Beginning with last Januaiy, ten  numbers have been drawn every  month, and in different parts of the  province the winners' have been made  happy by receiving a beautiful 109-  piece dinner set. That the prizes  have been appreciated can be learned  from the letters, extracts from a few  of which are here given:  Mrs. D. C. Coakley, of Rossland,  a winner in January, states: "I-was  advised by a friend to try Royal Standard Flour. I find it an excellent bread  flour, and will recommend it to all  my friends as such."  W. H. Heighton, of Mission City,  writes: " Were there no premiums  offered with the flour, I would not use  any other flour, for we find it makes  light, white, sweet bread, second to  none."  G. A. Keating, another Rossland  winner, who succeeded in securing  one of the dinner sets in June,   says:  I am sure when people once use  Royal Standard Flour they will ask for  it again. We have used it for some  time, and in twenty-live years' experi-.  ence we have never had a better flour,  and can only say that as lonp; as we  can get Royal Standard, we want no  other."  Another enthusiastic user, Mrs.  Milieu, 9-11 Courtney street, Victoria, writes: " 1 have made bread  for twenty-live years, and have tried  every flour in this fair dominion, but  Royal Standard beats them all."  These testimonials tire evidence of  the worth of Royal Standard Flour���  the flour of superior quality.  Among the June winnors are: G.  A. Keating, Rossland; Mrs. M. Mil-  lett, Victoria; Mrs. Thos. Fowler,  Prince Rupert; Mrs Jas. Nelson,  Ladner; Mrs. D. Matheson, Vancouver; Mrs. W. Pope, New Westminster.  GENUINE  FRUIT JARS  MASON'S PATENT  Pints  $1.15 per dozen  Quarts     1.50 per dozen  Half gallons      1.75 per dozen  $8  P  1  ALL SIZES IN STOCK  Tlie Hunter-Kendrick Co. Ltd.  m^'im:iW^^m^^m^^m^m^^miiii^^'.  Palace Livery Stables  H  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything \  P. C.  BUCKLESS j  PROPRIETOR  \  /A<Vr-~V  ��,  FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT  Three roomed house on Kimberly  avenue.  Has large yard and city water.  Five-roomed cottage on Silver street  near Capt. Swayne's, large yard and  city water in kitchen and yard,  $21.50,  Fourlarge roomed house on Silver  street, back of I.ady.sinilh Hotel, with  cily water, SI5.  Seven-roomed house ou Silver street,  321 50. Landlord pays city water rent.  A. L. White, phoue 16.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HEAO  OFFICE. TOKONTO  ESTABLISHED  1867  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fund,  -   6,000,000  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  COUNTRY BUSINESS Kvery fadlit-v afforacd to f:lrmers and  others tor the transaction  of their  banking- bni'iness.     Sales notes will be cashed or taken for collection.  BANKING   BY   MAIL    Accounts may be ope����--d   by mail   and  monies deposited or withdrawn in  this  way  vvith equal facility.  122  SAVING'S BANK DEPARTMENT.  J, T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood   Branch  Thirty-two pages of select reading  including new fashions, short stories,  and beautiful illustration, make the  August issue of The Home Journal the  best ever published of tliat progressive  woman's niagazin.*-.  Special articles aud illustrations on  "The Pure Mi'k Campaign" tell about  the splendid work being done in the  vicinity of Toronto. "Regatta Day in  St. John's Nfld.," is agraphic description of one of the greatest celebrations  of that ancient colony. It is written  by Lady Gay and is in her best style.  The second big installment of the  serial, "The Mystery of Barry Ingram"  will doubtless be read with interest by  those having read the opening chapters of this absorbing mystery stoty  in the July issue.  "Wild Flowers of August" will be.  closely read by those interested in nature study. Agues Norton has contri-  butsd "East is "East and West is West."  It takes one back to the days when war-  ihips and sailors made life happy at  Halifax.  The "Household Hints" and "Culinary Conceits" pages are brim full of  interesting notes. ''Cabbage'-, and  Kings," aud "Hut That's Auother  Story" are in a lighter vein and the  splendid illustrations aud descriptive  matters of fashion for young and old  help to make the August issue the  largest ten cents' worth ever offered  to Canadian women. The special fall  fashion number will be out Aug. 25.  We have the largest, cleanest and  best kept new and 2nd Hand Store in  B. C, and prices right. The O. I. C,  A. L,- White, prop., Phoue 16.  Childrens lace hose on sale.    Barclay  & Co,   Phone BS1 if you need ice.  Application for Transfer ol License  Talit; Notice   that   I intend   toapply at   tlie  next sittiiie of tlie Board ef   Tulcens.? Commissioners for a Iran*for of the license now held by  ��e, to sell liquors in the Clarendon Houl  Cop  per Street to J. H. Goodeve.  Ilatud this 5th, dav of Axrust l'lii'i.  DAVID iUANCHKSTEK.  r  ���=i  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  STAGE  Leaves   Greenwood at 7 a.m.  to  connect with-Spokane train; ind  at 2 p.m    with Keremeos train.  J. McDonell.  ik  j&  A SNAP���For Sale, the improvements on a good Homestead.  50 acres in wheat, 30 acres summer fallow. Will sell at a very  reasonable figure. 9 miles from  Ferry, Wash. Come and look it  over.    Joe Cox, Ferry, Wash.  WATER NOTICE  MUTICI* i-, heii'bv (fiven that an application will he made uiiiK-r Part V. of tin-  "Water Art, l'lti'i," to obtain a license in the  Similkaiiu-en Division of Wale District.  (a.) Tlie name, address and occupation of  the applicant: I'anick limns, of the cily ol  Calvary, in the I'rovimv of Allien.i, wholesale  butcher.  lb.) The name of the 1.ihe. stream or source  tif unnamed the description is): A spring aris-  iny; on the land of the applicanl near its noith-  wesi corner, and lhe water froni which, in Its  natural cou.se, sinks inl.i the ground a short  distance from such spring.  ic.)   The point of diversion:    At such spring.  (d.) The <]iiantily of water applied for (in  cubic teet per second):    Four.  (e.) The character of the proposed works:  A pipe leading from tin- point of diversion.with  branch pipes ami open ditcues.  (f.) Tile premises on which the water is lo be  used (describe sane): Subdivision "A," being-  parts of the northeast quarter and the north  half of the southeast quarter of Section 20. and  a part of the soiilh lnlfof the southeast quarter  of Section 32. iu Township "J, in said Srinilka-  meeu division.  (g.) The purp.ises for which tlie water is to  l>2 used: Are to supply to aud iu connection  with stock yards aud a slaughter house, on said  Subdivision "A."  (h.) Area of Crown land intended to be occupied by the proposed works:    None.  (i.) This notice was posted -'I the 2Xth day  of July. l'ltVi, and application will be made to  the Commissioner on lhe 9th dav of September,  l'ltW.  (j ) (live the names and addresses of ally ri-  pari.in proprietors or licenses who or wljosc  lauds are likely to be affected by the proposed  works, either above or below the oullel.    None.  1'. HITI'N'S,  47 ll Calvary. Alberta.  Just the thing  Al  CORBY'S SPECIAL SELECTED  RYE WHISKY  s.  HH^WKHBawaw^HaHMHaMtaau^aaaMHaaiaMaiHMHBHHHH^BaaHHaMHinMHaaHia|BI|^aM|^^^  Greenwood Ciquor Co*  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  P  t  ?c -^4* ^4.+4.^4.4.-^4,-1,4,4. ^-^4.4*^4.-^  4*  *  4-  4-  TO RENT  Fine 6-roomed modern house.  4-Roomed  Cottage.  Suite of Rooms in a Block.  One Furnished Room.  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