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Array f  GREENWOOD,   B.C.,   FRIDAY,    APRIL 23,    1909.  No. 33  ^^p%YyY'-y-yyY  Y��ti:yy  Miiiliiiniiiji  m^^mmmmmf'im^^  ��� ''^'ZM^wyY-YyiyryYYyrt yyy:yyyryyyyyryYy;:yy:y y,-y:-...  ;?>*^s^S��--#&V iYiyyy Y^Yyr. yy y^ry:yc?yyY.y,y:y. y ���;,-. --v-r:: *- *��� ;.-������������-������ ��������� -'.���-.:.  :liiPpilli|MiPii  t^^irt-ti^x^-'S-yY::: yY'-Yy^k--'- ��� :>���"������-,-;������ .->-��� ���-���P ���"���'<���    *': v    v.-'-'.  $*t&MW%:&i!X -. :yr; ��� -. r..��--'....;::.r��^c.:::.-.-_.-.  $����$$$& ":-yyY'Y  t:''.;'.;.'.-..  fo^la^lpast "week, and Ve have now a ��� ve-ryTarge  rtfM^tZ.?'*' -'���' ''���    ���    ' ���' "���"������'���*" ���'"'��� ���'   ���'���������������������" ���������������'  ������' '���'���-   "  itt|a^|n%y -neVresty ;ait&; i p wtti^aty^en^ct^eribip^ *��� ������.  '$^ffc::;M ''''���'"''���"'���'  ���'-' ��� '" ���'"��� ���-���''"���'���"���"' ���"' '���'������'���:  DW GOODS���-BOOTS & SHQES-^���/yilLLINERY  Among the bi(*- mining concerns of  the Boundary Country, the Dominion  Copper Company with, its Boundary  Falls' -'Smelter Yind- valuable Mines  stand*? in the front rank, and during: its  three years' run, has done much to die-  Velopie theBouhilary, country.. While  ;aCj:t)iie:'ij're^n'i;ydiiie .the'Company is in  the hands of a Receiver & Liquidator,  tlu|-*^ct"doefenpt:iii :siny: way depreciate'th,e; value*ofthe 'mining properties  ���i  'yiti  ^  FOR  Biing theiti to  A. Logan & Go's.  We will do them^Right. ,,  Official  Agents for Regina: fWat^hes^yy;  4  Greenwood city water is an excellent water  for drinking purposes but it is too hard for bathing, to aid you in overcoming this and at the  saine] time, provide a healthy invigorating bath at  ������a small price.   We have stocked the foi lowing--  yEJriglish Rosline Bath Salt.     '."'-.. J   '.,  ��� Home Health Sea Salt. ���   .  /Baby's Own Bath Powder.  Large-packages 25 cents each.  "'"v'Sppug.es,'Bath Brushes, Hand Brushes,   Loofahs, of all varieties.  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO,  THB STORE THAT HAS THE.NEW GOODS  *��<  1  Do you realize the flreat and  distinct advantage of Buying  ��our Shoes from us ?  v It is not'the price which makes pur Meri's'Shbies  popular, but .oiir Policy of always having the .best  Shoes possible foi* the price. .: '; ' \\Y-y-  . Every Shoe we   carry is made specially for us,  by the largest Manufactures in Canada and the States-  We are receiving daily shipments'of all classes  of Men's foot wear.  The time is near at hand when you will be  looking for your Spring Shoes, Don't overlook the  fact that we can show "you a larger range than all the  others put   together.  The Dominion Copper Company  ;v~-Yii|u^ are Expected to Resume Operations in the Near Future  year 1906 was turned in ,for the rebuilding of the smelter and the development   of     the   mines.       The  - ��� i  smelter i.s an up to date plant.    'I here  are three furnaces, two of these being  42 x 144 inches and one 46 x 255 inches; the latter being e-jiiipped with  all modern automatic appliances and  ready at any time to blow in. All the  operating mines are well equipped with  the latest   machinery,    The   Sunset,  -*���?--���-  Dominion Copper Co's Smelter * Boundary Fails.  or"its smelter. The mam reason for  the Receivership was simply the lack  of funds. Of course the fire at Fernie  during the critical period of the Dominion i.C6p*per'��o'is-affairs 'materially  hastened the end, but had there been  sufficient backing the company would  have pulled out in goood shape.  ��� The Dominion* Copper Co. was organized -in: 190.5; Its first president  being .U.S., Senator Warner Miller,  and its directors included such men as  Samuel Newhouse, the Utah millionaire,;'H/H. ���iMelville, capitalist, of  New York, together with other financial people' of the East, The first  Western Manager of the Company  was T. R. Drnmmond, the Smelter  Superintendent being W. C. Thomas.  Both of these men having been connected with the Newhouse interests  fpr many years and experienced men  in their line.  The principal properties of the  Dominion Copper Company are the  Idaho with 47 acres, the. Brooklyn  with 20 acres, the Standard with 7  acres, the Stemwinder with.13 acres,  the Montezuma with 45 acres, and  Rawhide with 35 acres, all of which  are situated in Phoenix mining camp;  while in the Deadwood. Camp there  Rawhicle, and Idaho have up to date  compressors installed which are capable of supplying enough"air to run  drills equal to any ttinriage which the  smelter might take.  The assay values of the mines are  claimedrfo be equally:as good as those  of any-mining company in the Boundary country. The Brooklyn, Stem-  winder, Standard., Monj^'/urn-?,. and  Idaho adjoin the properties of the  Granby Co., in fact part of the Granby  trestles are on the ground of the Dominion Copper Co. in Phoenix. The  Rawhide mine which is probably the  largest and best property of the Dominion Copper Co. adjoins the Gold  Drop recently purchased by the  Granby Co- and also the Snowshoe  of the Consolidated Oo. All these  properties are in an excellent condition.  Everything necessary for the preservation of the property has been done  during tne Receivership. The mines  are today in'a position to ship in two  days' notice a tonnage of 2,000 tons.  Quoting from Mr. Provot's report  The Company is in a position to  mine their ore for $1.25, smelt it for  #1.38, and refine it and place it on the  market for 51c. per ton, making a  total   of $1.14".    We    have   every  is   the   Sunset   with   20   acres, the reason to believe   from   the   reports  il P. W. GEORGE & CO.  ; i   The only Exclusive Dealer in Men's Wear in Greenwood  C. O.D. w-th '45 acres, Crown Silver,  19 acres,, adjoining the Mother Lode,  and the Florence of 4 acres. There  are also in Deadwood Camp the Morrison and the Little Buffalo claims  both belonging to the Dominion Copper Co. In addition to this the company owns a three-quarter interest in  the Mountain Rose in Summit Camp,  and also about two years ago purchased the Athelstan Mine in Wellington  Camp. The properties from which  the Company have drawn most of  their tonnage are the Rawhide, Brooklyn,-Idaho, Stemwinder, and Sunset.  The balance of the mines have merely been prospected for the reason that  it was not necessary for the company  to secure at the time tonnage from  them sufficient to keep their smelter  going,.:.  During the year1906' the reports of  the company showed that their net  profit for the year was approximately  $300,OOOi00. The year 1907 was  exceptionally bad, on account of inefficient ear service, strikes in the coal  regpns and labor .troubles, itwas necessary for the company to cut their  production which also made a cut in  the earnings of the company. The  2360:000 which was made during the  which we have had from the company  that this cost was maintained during  the months of June and July of 1908  under Mr. Roosa's management. Itis  generally understood that operating  under favorable conditions and with the  properties which the Dominion Copper  Co. now have that they will be able  to produce copper as cheaply as any  other smelting company in'the district.  It has been very unfortunate that the  affairs of the company are in their  present shape though the affairs of the  company, so far as we are able to  learn art rapidly.assuming a substantial  basis. The bondholders arid the  stock-holders seem to be agreed,  although for a while there was some  dissension among the stock-holders."  The date of the sale of the property  has been fixed for May 17th at which  it is hoped all matters will be adjusted,  all claims paid off, the company' reorganized and placed on a good substantial basis. In case of the reorganization of the company the management will probably put in one extra  furnace and so arrange the old iur  naces that the automatic feed will reach  them all. This would give a tonnage  to the smelter of about 1800 tons per  day which could   be   easily   supplied  from   their  mines   for   an indefinite  period.  The policy of the Dominion Copper  Co., has always bein-r one of  great advantage to the Boundary country, and the reopening of their valuable mines and smelting plantjwould be  a matter of the greatest importance to  the cities of Phoenix and Green wood-  j        The Smelter Situation  f  j     Owing to the strike   at   Coleman,  ! Alta., the supply of coke for the B.C.  Copper Co's Greenwood smelter has  been temporarily cut off.  The smelter has been drawing on  their coke reserve which will last till  about the end of the month, by which  time it is hoped that arrangements will  be made for a steady supply from other  sources.  a��0ja*ati9*a+��*a��a��aa*��a**aa  ���  ���  Obituary.  Norman McMillan, a respected  resident of Deadwood, passed away  on Tuesday at the age of 67 years,  from a complication of causes which  had kept him in ill-health for a long  time, though the immediate cause of  death was pneumonia.  The late Mr. McMillan was well-  known in Manitoba and in British Columbia, and is survived by his  wife and eleven children, all of whom  were at his bedside in his last moments.   ;  The funeral was held yesterday  afternoon from the family residence  at Deadwood to the Presbyterian  church, where services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. McKee.  Two arbitrators have been chosen  for the Hoard of Conciliation between  the Greenwood Miners' Union and  the B.C. Copper Co.  John Mclnnes, M. L.A., of Phoenix, has been appointed by the men,  and Ed. Cronyn, of Toronto, by the  company.  The question to be arbitrated is on  the point of discrimination, and does  not concern wages and hours as reported in some of our exchanges.  Editor Squares Himself  The full court, at Vancouver fined  Editor Stanley, of the Fernie Ledger  $100, and will also exact a published  apology to Judge Wilson.  ���-  In the . judgment ^he court said:  ' Judge and court are open to criticism but no person is at liberty to impute motives to a judgment and hope  to escape the consequences of his remarks by showing thathe wrote under  a sense of being injured and without  due consideration and thought.''  C.P.R. Loses Appeal Case.  Mr. R. S. Lennie, who, by special  appointment, heard the appeal of the  C. P- R. last month against the Provincial Government's assessment of  the British Columbia Southern land  grant in which "5150,000 per annum  is involved, gave judgment in favor  of the government, upholding the assessment. The C-P.R. was represented in the case by E. P. Davis,  K.C, andR^ B. Bennet, K.C. The  case will go to the Privy Council.  i MINES AND MINING!  �� ���  iaaa^aaaaa����*aaa��aaa*a��*aa  Two shifts are now at work on  the Lucille Dreyfus mine at Danville, They are now dowo300 feet.  The Orient district is sending- a  mineral display to the A. Y. t\  Exposition.  The strike in tbe Crow's Nest  Pass and Alberta coal mines will  not affect th** operations of -the  mines or smelters of the Consolidated Mining and Stneltinu- Company at Kossland, Phoenix, Moy-  i<S Sandon and Trail, as all these  properties have several months'  supply of fuel on hand and can  meet more if it should be required.  The American Institute of Miu-  iugEngineers will hold its annual  convention in Spokane about October 1st.  A corps of experts are engaged in sampling the Nickel Plate  mine ��t Hedley.  Two thousand tons of copper  was produced in Newfoundland  in 1W8.  Four C.P.R. exploration parties  were started out this week by C. P. R.  Land Agent McLaine to spy out the  timber, agricultural and other resources of the great Boundary Country.  When the desired information is in  Agent McLaine will be in a position  to direct those who are in quest of  timber and land in the railway grant  exactly   where   to   go for what they  want.  Dominion Copper Co's Brooklyn Mine.  The B.C. Copper Co. during the Card of Thanks.  past week   treated   8,2')5 tons of To the Chief and   Members  Fire  ore, 7,708 tons from   the   Mother'  Lode and  587  mines.  tons   from   other  METALS.  Dept., City of Greenwood.  Sirs,���We wish   to  thank  the  members of  the fire department  for the prompt action   which you  f took at the fire in the Norden hot  |el on the20tb. and that the City  of Greenwood should be proud of  New. York, April  21���Silver,   having such an  efficient   depart-  Sl;"*8 Electrolytic copper, 12J-J to ment.    And for our appreciations  l25jj   dull. Jou w^-   *-n(- eadosed check for  - London, April 51���Silver  lead,. ,��13. 2s- 6d.���_.'',���  _.,_, S25.    Again thanking you,  ;8' Yours respec. fullv,  Sater &.Johns  Bolivia produced 2,500 tons of  copper in 1908.  Germany produced 23,300 tons  of copper in 1908, as against 24,-  300 in 1907.  Extensive diamond drill exploration is being carried on at the St.  Rugine mine at Moyie.  Placer mining in the Wild Horse  Creek district, which was the scene  of much activity in the earlier  days, seems to be in favor again,  15 placer leases having been applied for since Jan. 1.  Molybdenum is a rare element  used in manufacture of alloy  steels. It occurs principally as  the sulphide in the mineral molybdenite.  Gypsum occurs more frequently ia sedimentary rocks, inter-  bedded witb shales, sandstones  and limestones, and is often more  or less closelv associated with  rock salt.  AprUv21-Cl'>siag quotations on  ��s  th-? JSew'\*��rk*curb and Spokane  exchange:";   :���' .--'���" J  . -Bul    Asked  It. C. Copper ......: 0 37|i.     0.75  Granby ��� r..Y 92^00 105.00  An amethyst which is believed  to be the   largest  in the United  States has beeu sold by Alexander  Mead, of  Milwaukee, Wis., to F.  R. Vigeant, of Sault Ste.   Marie.  It weighs 200 lb.    The stone was  found   in   a   cave   on   the north  shore of Lake Superior  45   years  ago and it has been in Mr. Mead's  possession ever since.    Thc numerous crystals   are  exceptionally  well formed and some are coated  with iron pyrites.    The next largest amethyst of which there is a  record   is  in   the   Central  Patk  Museum in New York city, which  weighs 130 lis.  D minion Copper....   .Of-*"  .12^  ,   . Copi'i-k Quotations.  B.C. Copper.*..:....: o'.37) s (�� 87,--z  Gnipbv v.-    ;94.00    99 00  D. L. Mcllroy. has sold bis  Greenwood-Phoenix Stage-line  outfit to Hugh Liii'gand Duncan  McGill is. !  Au option has b^en given on  the valuable group ot claims  staked in the Sturgeou Lake dis-;  trict by Spencer Bennerman and  in which several other local men  are interested.  ���YM  Dominion Copper Co's Stemwinder Mine. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  q-ypy  aeaaam  -+..��.  VY^Y^nYimfmiiivmi  If- :.  (r-\  G>-\  <-r*  cr-'  Cr*  (/-="*  ir*  i=<  LT*-*  u���*  Cr*  cr**  i?***,  Cr**  ir*  Cr*  o  *  .Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817-  Rest $12 000,000.  Capilal, iii paid up. $14,400,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  lion   Presidom -.    Loku. b i kathcona am. .Mount  kov al, U. C. M. t..  I'reaideut :    Sik (Jkobge A. Ukdmmono.K. L. M. t...  Vice-Preside-il and lieneral Manaj-ei  Sik E. S. Cloi*ston. Uakt  .Branches in London, Eag. MiUV'ffiU New York, Chicago.*  Buy   hi d sell-Mtrl.iic Exduaii-f-s and Cable Transfers ; Urani CumniKicial an  Tr-veilers' Credit--, available in auy part;of Uie world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Fi Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager. Q  t^-~rf! 11 ���! tb  ��� ��� "i ~r  i   ii  ii i~*t  ri-~mn**n   i "��� ~ *i "^  ���^JJ       \wmmi " ~j M   IL ' _ ^'      "I     ���  tf T<   B    ���    M,    1,    t   tt TT    ��   *  T   ��  T   ll T   �� T   k   I  TE   T   I    t    K    *    t(   Y   f Tl ***-'*���  THE BANK OF  1909  P..  , w  7J  Yi-'ars In liusiiiui-:  America  wheat that will be grown on   the  Canadian prairies lor manv years  to come.  Have You a  Bank Account?  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  The money is safer  in the Bank than in  vour house or pocket.  A   Checking  Account provides a safe and  convenient way of  paying   your  bills,   as each check issued returns  to you a.s a receipt.  A Savings Account keeps growing all the  time,    with    Interest    compounded    at   highest  current rates.  Greenwood BrancWH. F. STOW, Manager.  The Vancouver World enters a  protest againat the action of the  McBride government in publishing at an expenditure of $25,000  the names of voters.to whom objection has been taken only in  papers vihich have identified  themselves with the McBride administration.  The World ��ontends that "it is  not fair plat; itis not a square  deal ; it is parish politics ; and  the notice should not be denied to  voters who do not happen t.o read  Conservative papers."  Provincial  The first conviction under the  new Dominion law prohibiting  the sale of opium has been made  at Vancouver aud a Chinaman,  70 years of age, who has been  manv years in the nefarious business has been sent lo gaol for one  year.  A Vancouver lawyer was holdup for &300 in San Francisco.  Nine members of the Japanese  Lower House of Parliament have  been arrested for  graft.  Fernie has more building   me-  The Abbotsford Lumber 0��.  has sold out mill and limits for  $375,000.  The charge of subornation of  perjury against J. S. Brandon, of  Trail, was dismissed by Judge  Forin without having the evidence for the defence.  The C.P.R. is clearing a vegetable farm near Vancouver to  supply their cars, hotels and  steamers with vegetables.  :WmMY PRUfT  LAND&===  Esquimalt clam beaches have  been slocked with 8,000,000 oysters,  Many Armenians were killed in  a religious massacre by Moslems  at Adana, Asiatic Turkey.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  14 a KRISTER, Solicitor,  Notary I-'thi.ic  Calik- Address:       " Ham nn."  1 Kodford M'Neln's  Cokks -. Moreing & NealV  I Tyeibers  Gr-f��Hwooo,  B  O  g   BOUr-DAHV   VALLEY    LODGE  No. F.  >.1-��ik  etery    luesdaj   hicDitij; ai  s m:  iu   ib.  I. 0). O. F. Hall.     A   cordial   invi tntiua is ei  ceu led 'oall tojourninif bretfaern.  I)   A.  MACDONALD  N. G.  A. I.OO AN.  V. <..  k. j. Saunders, Ker. s��c.  Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every Tridav  Millak .fe Davidson-, Lessees.  J. M. MILLAK  Managkk  SUBSCRIPTIONS  Hun   Vhak     IN ADVANCE.  .....         ...     2 00  Sot: Months  1 25  To Koxuic-n Countkiks _ 2 50  s&jS  2&tN  gVU'tO  FRIDAY. APRIL 2.1, 1909  THE MOTHER LODE MINE  The coast has experienced a period of dry weather and as usual  the matter is reflected in the ed-  itorial columns of the roast j*>ur-  ll'ils  Tn the Ontario legislature Mr.  I> '-.vnev's bill fur tlie prevention  of llie spread of lub-'-rcuiosis was  *l<-ff.ited. Singular ' as il look1--,  Premier Whitney opp >sed the  tu ivi sure.  with, sorrow over the event ; but  there is no mention of the inexcusably silly practice of allowing  boys to play with loaded guns.  The death was not altogether an  accident.  chanicsthan there is work for,  although the season in that city  will be a busy one in all lines.  IN A GARDEN.  Joseph Martin has   commenced j  his   campaign  as   candidate for  Stratford-on-A von.  Mr. Martin is being taken   seriously bv   thc   10'iglish    people,  The Victoria Sealing company  has decided not to send out any  schooners this season. The sealing industry in the Bering Sea  has practically passed into the  hands of the Japanese.  Williams and Murdoff, real es-  which may be consider.e;l as proof 11 ate men, of Vancouver, will ap-  that the people of   the   Mother-! praise the value ot Prince Rupert  land are not particularly well-in-j lots for the G.T.P.  formed   in    regard   to   Canadian!    yield   of   wheat, and   already   a  market   is   assured    for   all   the  i politics.  Senator K��.tle--on, of Illinois, j Flour has advanced about a dul-  ha--. introduced ����� bill which it is ' lar and shirty cents a barrel and  intended will <*Mve a distinguish- it is quite likely to stay up, as  ing prefix to the namesof unmar the probability of wheat again  ried men, in the sain*' manner a-.*, going below thedollir mark would  Miss proclaims the happy condit    seem to be very remote.  ion r.f ihe sp-n-i'er. ~~"      ~ *.  ���_  ------ The consumption ot    Hour  has  Dr.   (loldwin   Smith    tells   us increased twice as rapidly   as the  in   the \V'..--*kly Sun that lie is as  sured by a j-erfecilv   trustworthy  authority tbat the '-Dreadnought'1  war scare   was organized    in    the  interest . f coir tnercial protection.  A New li unswick man was  i'ivi-i: .iU d.Ms I jc assau'ung O. S.  Ci-cke'. M.P.  The iin,-re----.i > i which is inten-  i'n\ '.���> in c iiveyi d is lhat what  a man says in parliament does'ui  coui.f.  'I he Australian parliament has  s. id that thev are prepared to  ���dace the whole naval forces o'  t'.iat Commonwealth inder the  di iclion of the British A< m'ral  iv iu case of emergency.  We had labored under the impression that such assuracces  we e entirely uncecehsary.  A Norih Vauo uver bf y was  shot through the heart while engaged at rifle drill along with a  number-of school mites.  Exchanges say lhat  the princi-  Lord Aylmer and family are  moving to their fruit ranch on  Koolenay Lake.  (Jivil service competitive examinations for vacant clerkships in  the inside service will be held at  Vancouver, Victoria and Nelson  on May 25.  The B.C. Electric Kailway has  declared a dividend of 8 per cent.  on their Deferred Ordinary stock.  Baby, seethe flowers!  ���Baby sees  Fairer things than these,  Fairer though they be than dreams of  ours.  Baby, hear the birds !  ���Baby knows  Better songs than those,  Sweeter though they sound than sweetest words.  Baby,see the moon !   .  ���Baby's eyes  Laugh to watch il rise,  Answering-, light with love  and   night  with noon.  Baby, hear the sea !  Baby's face  Takes a graver grace,  Touched with wonder   what Ihe sound  may be.  Baby, see the star!  ��� Baby's hand  Opens warm antl bland,  Calm in claim of all things fair that are  Baby, hear the bell--!  ���Baby's head  Bows, as ripe for bert,  Now the flowers curl round and close  their ce'ls.  Baby, flower of light,  Sleep and see  Brightei dreams than we,  Till good day' shall smile away gojd  night.  ���Algernon Charles Swinburne.  Myncaster on the Great Northern 4  miles-cMid'toay on CfP$t*Y6  miles.    Lands for Sale in 5 to 20   cAcre Lots, with water rights  For particulars apply to The Kettle Valley Irrigated Fruit Lands Co., Ltc1.  D. Rv TAIT, Manager, Midway, B.C.  ��� '$���������  Gkikg & Mokkison, Prop.  The Pacific i�� the  Headquarters  f^r Commercial'and Mining Men  Is steam heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  ��|* *|* tf* 4* *f�� *�����** 'ff -�����. **)���  ooo<K>oooooo<��ooooo��o��o��a'��oo  H.  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILBBR  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles, Bricks.  Cement,    etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  :   B. C.  Nt-dNE 65.  000000000000000����OQOOQ��>Oa  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition   issued March, 1908.)  Size:   Octavo.   Pages:   1228.  ��� ��� %   . Chapters : 25.  Scone: The Copper Industry   of  the  World/  Covering ; Copper History. Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Wineralol-jy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting.  Refining, Brands, Grades, Imparities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes/Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States.Countries  and Continents, Mines in Metail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, imports, Exporto, Finances, Dividends,  etc. '���-'���    .Y-;' ^.���....���Y-.y  The Copper Handbook is concededly  thV-  imm "mm  fY   BOOK ON COPPER  The Minsr seeds the book fsr tht  -facts it givsa him r��ganli< Geology,  Mining, Copper Deposit    -    i Caffr  Mines.   The Copper Consumer needs the beok  lor every chapter it contains. It tells  ���������-hat and explains how and why."  The Investor ia Copper Shares caa-  .not afford to be without it. The Cop-  par Handbook gives ���tatisties ane gam  eral infornatiea ony oae hani, with  ithousaaes of detailed mine deserlpt-.  ions oa the other, covering the oepper  i aiaes of the entire world, and the 40  pages of condensed statistical tables  alone are worth more than the price  ofiithe book te.eaeh and every owner ef  copper mining shares.  Price : $5.00 in Buokram with gilt  top, or 97.50 in fall library moroeco.  Terms : The most liberal. Send ne  money, but order the book sent veq,  eU carriage erjasges prepaid, on one  week's approval, te be returned if unsatisfactory, erpald'for if it salts. Can  you afford not to lee the book and judge  for yourself of its value to yen ?  WRITS NOW to the editor and publisher,  HORACE J. 3TEVKNS  463 SHKLDO NBU1L.DING, HOUGH-  TOH, MICH., U.S.A.  AT THE CHURCHES  ^  P��K8BVTHKiAN���Str vices will be t'.-.tii-.  ducted morning and evening,   11. a.i:-.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M   L). McKee, Po��-  tor.  Mbthodist���Rev. F. J. ��u��h#rfv**i  B.A., will conduct sei vizes s�� u��ualf *t  Methodist Church morning snd evenirK  Services every Sunday, morning aud  Sunday School at 3.  Catholic.���Church of the S*cr<-rl  Heart.���Divine service lat, thirds* A  fourth Sunday in each mouth. Holy  mass at 10 a. tn.; vespers and benedU-  tion at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*  2^0 p.m. Rsv. J. A. Bbpaiid, ��>. M. I.  pastor.-.        ������  Church of England (St. Jude's)-  5yery Sunday, Morning and erenlpg.  Matins, 11 a. in. Evensong, 7 JO p. <n  Sunday schcol, 2 SO p to. Holy Oe��, -  mttnion, 1st and 3rd Sui*da>s at 8 a.i. ;  other Sundays   at 11 a. m.  Saints'   Day services as announced  in  Church. ......:..,,  Rer. F. Vernon Venables, Vicar.  Close to the Smelter.  Tha Best Appointed Workingmen's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.   Hot and  Cold Baths.  Th e finest of Bars Stooked  with the Best-Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OLA LOFSTAD Proprietor  St. Joseph's ||ho(i  NELSON; EC. p  PARBNTS who wish to secure is. r  their daughter the b��nenU of a  sella aad refined education will do well  te consider the advantages the Cony  vent School. Nelson, offers. ' :: '  The Convent is large and lOosumfciV  ions and a- large number ef. Boards* %  eas be accomodated. The :*Seheel ������ i��  auperi��tended and tsught' jbjr the 61k-  tesa, who have mush eapwlalice iu  training and educating chU4ren.  ���;  The course of study comprises Chris*-  Ian Doctwne, Grammar,. QeograUi>.  Arithmetic, English and Cansdteu  History, * Stenography,. >B0Okk��*pi��--,  Typewriiing, Drawing, Algebra, Geometry, N<�� dlework, VeCalatad Iastru-  maatal': M usic, French , and Hyglca-..  Fer further particulars apply to���:.,  SltTKB SUPH*10K,ST. Jo����H'll BCMK L  Nelson, B. C. 1;  -^ef^f^s^^e^^f'^^^^^^^^^  INB30R   [v|��TCL  McCLUNe and ���OOMVE, Proprklors.  ;| Finest Famished House in the Mary  I 3teaoi Heated.   UfrmU   tkraetffhout   with <*l��ctric ligfito.  First-elaas Bar.   Strictly up-to-date good*.  FIRST cuss ara, OHM day andi&wt  'fjs^i^t-  w^"1* r  "*^^^^^:oqS^|^$^  *+++++++4*++M+��++*****^+ ft  Electric current   supplied    for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air con-pressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continurr-- '   r n  service for operating.  : : :  *  *  . _.  ^_ ���,  *"��4^A^-**** *$* 4 4�� ����� 44444��4��  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money.  ii THE -BOUNDARY, CREEK TIMES  jfeche^^.N^Xjhad a $500,000  fire-  Goldfiald, Nevada, bad a disastrous fire.    "   ,'_*   *  Tbe strike on the Great Lakes  is in full force;  Turkey has recognized the independence of; Bulgaria.  The Kinrade inquest at Hamilton was resumed yesterday.  The State of New York will  spend $20,000,000 on canal construction work.  12,000 Settlers have passed  through Montreal for the Western  provinces.  Forty people' perished in the  burning bf the*St. George tenement in San Francisco.  The Republics of Nicaragua  and Salvador are preparing for  war.  Professors Prince for Canada  and David Starr Jordan for the  U.S., are compiling a code of  laws governing the international  fisheries relations of the two  countries.  DOCTOR SAID ONLY ZAM-  BUK COULD CURE HER  ECZEMA.  Were we perfect, which we are not, medicines would  aot often be-needed. -.But since our systems have become weakened, impaired and broken down through  ladUcretionr-#bicft have tfone on from the early ages,  through countless fenerations, remedies are needed to  aid Natiii*: in correcting bur inherited and otherwise  acquired weaknesses;" To reach the seat of stomach  weakness, .and. .consequent digestive troubles, there is  tiothiag to good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov-  eiYi a glyceric compound, extracted from native medicinal roots���sold for over forty-years with great satisfaction to all users. For  Week Stomach,. Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating,  Heartburn,- Bad- Breath, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea and. other Intestinal  Derangements, th* ''Discovery' 'is a time-proven and most' efficient remedy.  The genuine .'has on its  ouialdewrapper the  Signature  You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this non-alcoholic, medicine op known composition, not even though the urgent dealer may  thereby make a little.bigger profit.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate' and invigorate stomach, liver and  boweU.    Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take us candy.  A jury has been found to trv  the case of Patrick Calhoun at  San Francisco and the trial has  begun.  The Sultan of Turkey is a  prisoner in hisown palace and a  serious struggle is under way  with the Young Turk party.  and Extracts  AwbtcI  Dominion Exhibition 1906  Harvey W. Scott, the veteran  editor of the Portland Oregonian,  will be made U.S. Ambassador to  Mexico. _____  - Senator Cox -was married on  the 14th toKiiss Sterling, of Toronto. Her dowry amounts to  $1,000,000.  The C P.R will redace the time  of travel from Montreal to Vancouver to 85 hours. This arrangement will be practicable only in  summer: '  The announcement that Porfiro  Diaz will direct the affairB at  Mexico for another term will be  met with satisfaction by all, and  especially by the foreign corporations engaged in mining in that  country.���Mining Science.  The lowest reef working on the  Rand is 4,515 ft. This is one of  the deepest workings in the  world, but the Red Jacket mine  of the Lake Superior region exceeds it, being 4,900 ft. deep.  In view of the numerous cures which  Zam-Buk has worked when all else has  failed^ there is little wonder that in the  end the doctor attending Mrs. J. P. St.  Dents, of 305 Thompson Street. Winnipeg, should tell her there was -nothing  but Zatn-Bnk could cure her. The result showed the far-seeing wisdom of  this practicioner. and having been completely cau red by Zam-Buk, Mrs. St.  Denis gives her experience for the  benefit of other sufferers.  She says: "Eczema started on one  side of my face and nose. At first my  nose felt sore, similar to what one feels  when having a hnd cold. I paid no  attention to this, thinking it would  pass away in a day or eo. but to my  svrprise it got worse. The noae then  became swoplen and hard, and tnrned  a purplish red. as well as part of the  cheek on that side of the face. As the  disease developed, pimples and ulcers  broke out, then thc skin cracked in  places and pealed off in flakes, leaving  face and nose raw and sore. This condition reacted on my general health,  and I became very ill. I could get no  sleep at night because of the irritation  and the pain, and my face was in a  shocking condition that for two months  I did not go out of the house. I applied  remedies which were supposed to be  good for skin diseases, but in vain.  My doctor also treated me but without  effect uutil one day he said that the  odly thing that would be likely to cure  3 e was Zam Buk.  "Acting on his advice, I procured a  supply and found that even the first  few applications had ga soothing effect  on the sores. I left off everything else  in favor of this balm, and applied it  liberally every day to the affected parts.  In a remarkaflly short time considering the obstinate nature of niy disease  we saw traces of improvement, which  encouraged us to persevere, with the  Zani-Buk treatment. Zam-Buk reduced the discoloration, then; the hard  swelling began to show traces of lcav-  n'g*, the sores seemed to be less angry,  and in about three week's time most  of the sores were healing-nicely. To  cut a long story short, I continued  Zam-Buk treatment until my face was  cleared completely of all traces of the  troublesome and painful eczfema "  Zam-Buk is a sure cure for cuts, lacerations, burns, eczema, ring-worm,  piosoned wounds, festering sores, bad  leg, and all skin injuries and diseases,  It is also a cure for piles, Drug-gists  and stores everywhere sell at 50oa box  or post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, on receipt of price. You are warned  against cheap and harmful irritations  sometimes represented -is 'just as $��� ood'  ��*t - *,.  GREENWOOD THE HUB OF THE BOUNDARY.  Keep Both Eyes on Greenwood.  NORTH   ���...������  P*��>  ���**;  SOUTH  The Gty of Greenwood is surrounded by Mining Gimps, which have great bodies o! low  grade ore, and some of the richest high-grade veins that have ever been   discovered.  Greenwood has big Smelters and proven mines, and a mineralized area of boundless  possibilities.  There is now a revival of mining in the Boundary Country, of which Greenwoood is the  Centre,  The day is near when as many thousands of men will be employed,: m the Boundary mines  as there are hundreds now.   ���'-  All that is required is more capital to work the wonderful deposits of mineral in the richly  favored Boundary,  For information, Address.  ,   pRED'K. W. McLAINE, Secretary Greenwood Board of Trade.  MRS. MURRAY, graduate in v-oca  and instrumental music, Is prepared to  receive pupils in piano, organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory methods  taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday. For terms and further partiou  lars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  FOR SALE  MANY HANDSOME DINNER  SETS GIVEN AWAY.  DID YOU GET YOURS?  For Sale���50 acres of black  sandy loam, partly cleared, well  suited for fruit growing, one-half  mile from railway station. Will  sell for $20 an acre in whole or  part. $10 will finish clearing.  Half" cash, balance on terms.  Apply to Times office, box 150.  Pianos,.sewing machines, stoves, etc., for sale or rent. The  O.I.C., Second-hand man, A. L.  White. Phone 16.  For Sale���Buggy in good condition; $65. Light wagon, in  good condition, $65. Light single harness, $15. Also good 7-  year old horse, weight 1150 lbs.,  he's a beauty. A. L. White'  Second-hand Man.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEV that, thirty  (30) days*after-date, I'intend toapply to  tha Hon. Chief Coni missioncr of ""Land  and Works for a lieencetojprospect for coal and  petroleum on the followio-r described lauds,  situate in the Greenwood District.  Cormnenciu-r st a post jabout'teit (lO.lchains,  south of the northwest cornerof lot ATI, pre-emption, thence'easi eighty (SO) chain**, thencesouth  e-lirlity (SO)chains, thenco west eiprhty (80>chains  thence.north"ei(rlity (80) chains to place of commencement/and containing-640 acres.  Dated this 18th day of March, 1909.  D. A. MacDonald  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Spring-dale and Mavis Mineral-Claims,situate  in Greeuw.od Mininfr Division of Tale  District. Where located: In Skylark Camp  TAKE NOTICE tkat I, Edmund T. Wickwire, Free Miners' Certificate No. B14251,  intend, sixty days-froni the date hereof, to apply tothe Mining Recorder for Certificates of  Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining-  Crown Grants of the above-claims.  Aad further take notice that -action, under  Section  37,  must  be  oomnenced   befsre  the  issnance of snch Certificates of Impro remeute.  Dated this 20th day of February, A. D. 1909  EDMUND T. WICKWIRE.  - Every 491b sack of Royal Standard Flour leaving-, our  mills contains a numbered coupon entitling-the person who  holds it to a chance to be one of the lucky persons who  win one ofthe handsome china dinner sets given away eacb  month. The duplicates of these coupons are placed in a  receptacle, and ten are drawn each month.  There is no better flour in existence for bread making  than Royal Standard Flour. Tt is rich in color, pure,  strong, delicious ahd nutritious. In using Royal Standard  Flour you get the best Hour value money can buv. In gathering coupons you run one chance in ten each month to  secure a handso-ne prize.  The luckv ziuirbers will be inserted in this space the  iirst issue of tach  nonth,    Watch for thein.  VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN C0..LTD.,  Vancouver, B.C.  aa*maaaaaaa��a*aa9aaaaaaaaaaaaa��aaaa*paaa0��oa*amaamaaa  ! P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. I  DEALERS IN  f resb and Cured meats  Fi$b and Poultry*  a  a  *  *  ��  ft  ��  e  ��  ��  ��  *  ft  ��  ft  #  ���  ��  *aaaaaaa*aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa��aea*aa-r\^��~,aaaaaaaaao-aaaaaa*  Snyiepgis of Canadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATION.  ANY available dominion Lands within tin-  Railway Belt iu British Columbia, may be  honiesteaded by any person who is the sole head  of a family, or any male over IS years of ape,  to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres,  more or-less.  Entry must be made personally at the loca  land oflice for the disrict in which the land is  situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made on certaiu conditions by the father,  mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, of an  intending' homesteader.  The homesteader is required to preform the  Conditions connected there with under oue of  the following plans;  1) At least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father isde  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm  in the vicinity of theland entered for. the re  qulrements as to residence may be satisfied lij  such person residing with the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent' residence  pon farming land owr.ed by him in  the  viciu  ity of his homestead, the requirements asto res  idence may  be .satisfied by residence upou Ihe  said land.  Sire months' notice iu writi.i-r should be iri von  to the Commissioner nf Dominion Lands at Ot  tawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may he leased fora  periodof twenty-one yearwnt au  aiimialrer.tal  of $1. per acre.   Not  more thaip2.H'iacresshall  be leased to one individual or'compaiiy.    A royalty at thc rate of five coins per ton  shall   l��-  ollected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy ofthe Minister of tb* Interior  j*. B.���Unauthorised  publication of  this  ad  vertlaatnent will not be paid for.  P2(LDffli@@ir JPap@iTo  Cbe...  Boundary  Creek times  <����  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the  Boundary Creek  Mining District.  GUMliPILES  Mr. C. V. Mutart is a Customs Broker  and Insurant ftjjentBtSt. C*th��in��  Ont He writes the Zam-Buk Co. as  follows : " I have been a sufferer for years  with itching piles. I have spent many  dollars on advertised remedies for Filersi but  got no relief. A friend of wine advised we  to try Zam-Bulc. I had but little faith in  anv remedy to cure trie, but tried one box  and I got relief at once. I have used four  boxes and am completely cured. I canno  thank you enough for such a -wonderful  curative salve. I have recommended Zam-  Buk to my friendsand they too were cured.  SoMbyalldmf-  girts and itofts,  50c cr the Zam-  Buk Co.,ToroatO  f 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 CAN'T.  :o my inenusami i��*- >-  AM-BUK  *-|[ Subscribe For,Advertise In. Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Leading Paper. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  II ' ^ l�� -^ ��� ���a^iry  Purely Personal]) }}   town i otic *  '/  ��� - -^  A flour of the finest quality, which the choicest Manitoba  Hard Wheat and the most expert milling can make ; a  flour that never fails to give satisfaction ; a flour that enjoys the confidence of those who have tried it���that's  puRixy  FLOUR  No one wants to eat anything but the best bread. Purity  Hour winr, ils way by what it does���the best flour iiiaken  the best brcul. Try it to-day.  .Ask your grocer I'or l'uiity.  SOLE   AGENTS  Greenwood and Anaconda  Any thirg from a  Bissell's  Carpet  Sweeper  TO A  PIANO  Can be obtained at  A.L.WHITE  Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16  Ed. Eipetean has returned from  , ie main Kettle river.  J, W. Nelson is on tbe shelf  with an attack ol La Grippe.  Mrs. (Rev.) McLeod, of Grand  Forks, is visiting Mrs. McKee.  Mrs. R J. Moffatt has returned to Greenwood  from Spokane.  Mrs. (Dr.) W. E. Newcombe,  of Grand Forks, is visiting Mrs.  Hargreaves.  J. H. Methot. collector of customs at Myncaster, was iu Greenwood Sunday.  Trapper Smith, postmaster at  Carmi on tbe West Fork, was in  town tliih wet:k.  Bom Al Oroville, Wash., on  the 20th, tu Mr. and Mrs. Sam.  Sanderson, a girl.  (!. C. 15. Cave, rppresenlnriv*'  of tlie IJ C. Assay and Supply Co.,  is in the boundary.  J. VV. Collis, representing Mus-  seus, Ltd. machinery, is in the  Boundary.  Archie Aberdeen, Dan Ingalls  aud George Hambly are down  from the West Fork.  Surveyor Shaw was up at Eholt  meadows this week running a  line for the Great Northern.  James Jones, C.P.R. Claims-  Agent, was in the Boundary this  week adjusting some matters pertaining to his official duties.  Miss Maggie McCurdv went to  Spokane this week to attend the  funeral of her brother Harry, wbo  died of pneumonia in that city ou  Tuesday.  R. Grieger, of Oroville, who  was formerly in business in  Greenwood was back this week  looking over the ground.  The many friends of Mrs. G. R.  Naden will regret to learn that  she is seriously ill with pneumonia at her home in Prince Rupert.  Miss Hamlyu, of Calgary, and  Miss McLean, of Seattle, have  been added to the nursing staff  of Phoenix hospital.  Charles Rumberg, superintendent of the Dominion Copper Co's  mises at Phoenix, was in Greenwood this week on business in  connection with that company's  affairs.  Going fishing? Well before  you go call and get some reliable  tackle at Holmes & Kennedy's and  then you won't come back from  your trip with yarns about the. big  fish you would have caught if  your tackle hadn't failed at the  critical moment; you'll come back  with the big fish instead.  The C.P.R. depot has received  au Easter coat ef paint.  St. Jude's Guild will meet at  Mrs. Bunting's on Tuesday.  Operations on the Bell mine  will be discontinued for a time.  Messrs. Lofstad and Piper will  drive a 700 foot tunnel under the  well-known Starveout claim adjoining the city limits.  F. C. Buckless has purchased a  fine black horse from Wm. Burnett, \vhi:h, together with the  Cropley black makes one of the  finest looking teams in the Boundary.  Ia clearing the space for the  compressor plant at the big tunnel portal the the spreading by  the high wind caused a small  bush fire which, however, was  extinguished withouk any damage  resulting.  Garden Hose  The Revival Campaign  Beginning uext Weduesday  e-veniug the special workers who  have sharge of the religious revival iu the Boundary will open  their Greenwood series of meetings in the Auditorium which has  been engaged fora period of three  weeks.  Among   those   to   appear    in  F. C. Buckless has bought out 1 Greenwood who  are. most   protn-  --"'"-*- inently identified with   the move-  1  yo  ^ A complete line of both Cotton and Rubber���y&ia,   and }iin. at  ji from   12}C>' cents  to  20 cents per foot, and each piece.; y  1 ABSOLUTELY   GUARANTEED  FOR ONE   YEAR.  EXCLUSIVE -HARDWARE AND FURNISHINGS.  �����*$���- -J-** -f 4* -f 4* ��-o- -fr -*��-* 4- 4- ��fr **��� *r 4�� 4* 4* �������� 4* 4* --fr ~^ *-*���-��--r4��  kSb  4-  TO RENT  Fine O-rooine-l modern house.  .4-Koomed   Cottage.  Suite of Rooms in a Block.  One Furnished Room.  FOR SALE  City Lots at all prices,  Fine Ranch comprising 715   acres.  ���*  *  *  * Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd. *  T OPPOSITE THE POvST OFFICE. ^  �������� 4*"t 4s^^'^'%''%',%''%t'%''%''%''i'it'^''$t'%''&'%''^''%''%''%' �����������  ;-�� ; -�� ���, ;���* * ^ �� -^ m^ mr.~^ -r-�� ���-�� ��� t^- *. --^- *���> * _.    -T. -���"T * *T * ^ ** "?��� *��� "?*_*. ~*��% ^ *���-��� "^ *. *** "��T:j *1*_5^*��%  ,w--^. ^   - .--.- ~   ~: ^  LAGER AND PORTER,  GINGER ALE, GINGER BEER.  ALL KINDS OP  ^ARnONATED DRINKS  nn ii  Missionary, Soldier.  Lecturer.  Will take part in the services  at   the  Methodist Church, April 25,  Both morning-   and   evening,  and will give his celebrated  Lectures on  Monday & Tuesday Evenings  In the Methodist Church.  PINT BOTTLES POR FAMILY  USE  rAM*sBMMMMIW^B��^nMM��ISWB^MMMsW��0iMM^M*aQM-H--BMMl^BnMiMM|^MM^H^B^Ha^Ha  Bottled and Draught Beer.  Phone 138, Greenwood  Phoenix Brewery Co., !ffi%U��erJceo  ��  s-rss :y^��^s^��^��4&^��^H^^^^^��^��^g:  Antiseptic   Hand  Cleaner   has|  got   soap   --kilned   a mile.    We j ian(-j  guarantee the goods.    2nd Hand, j  A. L. White. iTbe Times Office, SOc a box.  Ladies' Calling Cards, Hoi-  Linen, can   be   had at  He comes well recommended  In* the Board of School Trus-  tees of Vancouver, and also  by man}* pastors'of different  churches in all the towns  from the Coast to here.  Major Schoof has many curios of the lands where he has  soldiered and lectured and  will exhibit and explain. See  bills.  the wood biiMiiess of fl. TI. Crop  ley.   Mr. Cropley iiitoiids to move  to Vancouver.  A blacksmith's shop has been  built at the portal ot the big  tunnel; the excavation for the  face has reached a height of eight  feet; and the daily rounds of  blasts re-echo down the valley.  If you buy your fishing tackle  from Holmes & Kennedy your  wife will not have tbe laugh at.  you when you return from your  fishing trip; you'll have tbe fish  instead.  P. Burns has a fine team of  horses recently bought from F.  Richter, Keremeos.  Boundary Valley Lodge No..  38, LO O.F., will attend service  in a body at the Presbyterian  church on Sunday evening.  The case against E. H. Dick-  man, held in Greenwood gaol on  a writ of habeas Corpus for debt,  will be heard by Judge Brown on  lhe3i)ih.  Loreii M. Breeding, arrested in  Spokane, on a charge of uttering  counterfeit money has made a  confession implicit ting Barton ��� nd  Alton.(or\Cassidy) who were .mi-,  rested in Nelson on a . wire from  Chief of Boundary Polica Bunbury  la-t Mouday. These men had been  under surveillance afe Midway for  some timei" They waived extradit  ion and have been taken t-> Spokane to stand trial.  Dont wait until the last moment  but overhaul your fiishiug-tackte  now; the season is clo-*e at  hand,  Holmes & Kennedy bave a new  line of fishing goods; call and see  hem.  The fire-boys were called out  to a burn iug shack on North  Copper Street on Sui.dav and  agtin on Tuesday to a smoke at  the Norden hotel. Neither event  proved serious.  The itceipis frurn'the "Spin-  l tt loCunvi-utLu" amaUur dramatic entertainment given uuder  tbe auspices of the Ladies of St.  Jude's Guild leave a balance of  $117 for the Guild fund.  The ladies of the Guild desire  to express their appreciation of  the excellent management of lhe  programme by Mrs. H. F. Stow,  to whose originality and untiring  patience in coaching at rehearsal,  the splendid success of the per?  formauce was practically due.  Now, look here ! Throw that  old fishing tackle away, you  couldn't laud a fish wiih it if you  caught one. Go and get a new  supply from Holmes &   Kennedy.  The Greenwood Cinderella Club  have issued cards for the lasl  dance of their seas>n to be held  next Monday evening. The-original intention was to have had  a series of ten dances, of which  seven have already been given,  but owiug to tbe lateness of the  season aud for several other reasons, it was considered advisab'e  to combine the last three into one.  For house cleaning time-there is  nothing so  effective  at-so  small  a   cost   as JAP-A-LAG     Makes  old   thing.-,new.,  JAP-A-LAG is made in all colors. : Easily applied, quickly  [dried, and wears like Iron.    Tho ,Big Store, has'a complete ^tftck)  ment are the celebrated preachers  Dr.    Toy   and    Mr.    Thompson,  The careers ot   both   these   men  have been marked   with brillanl  success iu their sphere, and with  the able assistance of that  sweet  singer,    Prof.    R.ynoWl*,   and   a  special ch *ir of trained  voices we  can lock for the Auditorium to be  packed to the doors.  S"rg't-M ij iv S sho >f, the celebrated Missionary, Soldier and  Lec'urer, now of the Alberta  Rangers, and formerly of the  South African Police, will take  part in. the services at the Methodist church on Sundav, both  morning and evening, and on  Monday aud Tuesday evenings he  will give his celebrated lectu es  i*i tbe same place. M-njor Schoof  comes highly recommended from  every place he has visited, and  amongst others the Vancouver  Board of School Trustees have  given hini a most flattering testimonial for his lectures to the  pupils and teachers in most of  ihe Vancouver schools.  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  V/y^  Go-Carts & Carriers  AT GULLEY'S.  Ten Styles ranging in price  From  T. M.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -  i -WU,~Vrf"V --V-~Vr'-VA^-\r-"W--\��.  Palace Uyery SWMes  WANTED  Policeman for theCit v of Greer.-  .vo< d. Application iu writing to be  n to ihe-City OlerW -by the 26��h  ��f April.  Applicants to state previous  experience. Salary $110 p-?i*  month. Duties to commence 1st  May.  G. B- Taylor, Clerk.  Corportion of the City of  Greenwood.  NOTICE is hereby given that the  provisioi.sof the Pound Bv i.a\v  will be strictly enforced, and  all persons are hereby required  to clean up tier pietni-eiin  accordance with the  provisions  of the Ukai.th By-law.  . By order of the Council.  Dated April lf.th, V-IW.  .���,J-...vr.. .. '- -���-   ��� :  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F   C.  BUCKLESS \  PR0PRIET OR  A-^r-A*** A��*<A^ A��^tA^-> '**\v��*^^�����'\J-^-'\<%^^  ^J^\fJ^r  r  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  STtGE  Leav-s   Green woo 1 at / a in, to  connect with Si^kan'c llnin; itirl  at 2 p in    wiih  KeremeoB' train.  J   McDoiiell.  h.  ..:~:~:..:..:~:~i~i~i~w~^^ ������  VED  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE.  In Wellington Camp. The property known as The Golden  Crown, with plant and equipment how found thereon. For  terms and particulars apply to  G. R. Coldwell, Brandon, Manitoba.  The Sacrament of the Lord's  Supper will be administered after  the evening service at the Methodist church on Sunday   evening.  Albert Manzel, who came from  the prairies last summer, and  bought the Castleman ranch at  Boundary Falls, is busy plantii g  an orchard and otherwise putting  the place into good shape.  **a*amaaammmmmmmmm-mm*mmm*  WORTH   TAKING  O-Mftmne* Fluid KstrMtDandoliooi  Ons anaaa Oompouid fUUtoM -  Van?   mnoM   Compound   Syrup  SarMpwfll*-  Mixed and taken ta teMpooofal  dona after each meal aad at Mdtima,  to prancunoed by o preminant pbyal-  stm to W (jta bait mixta*** for the  <mr�� ��f.tlM Hdnsj, bladdar, and aQ  ruiaagf' tamblM. y ���    .  TMa u*fa 'tha daetior, 1�� tkaaioet  simpla thoogh waharhaajsi praaarip-  tkm  arar   writtan  *����� alaanaa tha  ajstam   at   lifffliwi   nd   wast*  oat-tar.   ftactri �� ��� fWutBl taatc  to the UdMm fcBCfestftMa te Altar  ��n�� the utla uri j-ailiilisV amrooai-  -rhraioattiay MM aaA, aoiatie*  I athar aflMawa arising  irom  r,imfmcaVlaoi.  Tm*iagndkm*aa��amaf*oam&a.t  amy geoddraf stora, aad beinf pnraijr  aUeaaa cntlnl^ hareuaM, ��an  r ha uizad ftt hairwi.  It too hara a ���u&rlnf iMaad ahow  thb to bim, a�� ha will un&abtadlT  baalHMiadU laais ol a�� abrtpU aad  ��   kigUy raaowwmrlfrf a mBad>. a  i  '���*B*��a.ao i a.a,a m a.a m.aaa a a a a ��a��g  TO THE  x-r,;  \  Next Door to P. W. George's ���  1  J.L.  i  . Successor to White Bros.  y.:..:..:..:.-v>x..*..x..>.:..:^^  Just the thing  ��  and  Guinness in Nips  ; Direct Importation.  i ���  \ Greenwood Ciquor Co.  1 IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  \  *  fj  ���|  '1  *]  tl  The Cheapest Place in the  f^i^TJk  /*?V  �����.i..i.*r  BBH  -r^JK^^rcKWipc;


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