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Array .   VOL. 12  Y.     \  GRJMJNWOOD,   B: C,   FRIDAY,   MAY 29,   1908.  s  Greenwood's Bfe Furnitpre Store  mmmmmimm*waaam*mam*\it\Jm*itmu9\ i m ������ n     ���  New  ring  FULLER REPORT  DISPROVESSLANDER  B��. Politics Fairly if Intensely Played-  John Houston's Opinion Presented  and Criticised.  No. 38  English & Scotch  Linoleums direct  from thc Old Land  Fine Wilton  and  v Smyrna Rugs,  Room sire*  Carpet Squares in  Velvet,    Brussels,  Tapestry and  Ingrains  Ostermoor  Mattresses .  T. M. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS���Phone 27���Greenwood, B.C.  m  ;-^*-->v  I*.  The Latest in Ladies'  Sailors Just Arrived,  AU, Styles* including  tl>e Famous     t    t    %  "Merry Widow"  In large or small size,    If you see  " our styles and compare our prices,,  your own judgment will prompt  ''TyY'Y-yyyyyy l you to buy    V'.';";������  Dry Goods.  Millinery  The Province and News Advertiser las*- week flew into an incontinent rage. Duncan Ross,  M. P.,had spoken on the Elections  Act. They had a ten-line report  of a four column,, speech. It is  not necessary to repeat what thev  said ; it was all unreasonable and  foolish on the face of it. In the  following despatch taken from  the Victoria Times of the 2lst  insty we have a fair account of  Mr. Ross'speech. Let his constituents read it and form their  own conclusion of its fairness.  Ottawa, May 12���Duncan  Ross. M. P. (Yale-Cariboo), contributed a capital speech to the  debate on the Dominion Elections  Act amendment, yesterday afternoon. He had evidently been  making*- an incursion into the  past, as represented in the Hansard reports of the proceedings,  for he read some choice extracts  from speeches delivered by the!  opposition members, when the  franchise legislation of 1898 was  being discussed, which would  seem to show that, when one is  "agin the government" consistency it is not, to be regarded as a  serious consideration.  Of course, Mr. Foster's flexibility of mind and political morality are so well understood that  it was unnecessary for 'Mr. Ross  to refer to his double-Hhuffle. but  it was almost incredible that thie.  benevolent Dr. Sproule. the gentle -M*i* Bennett;- and -e*V*en~*Mr,~  Borden, could' so unblushingly  change front. And yet the member for Yale-Cariboo quoted from  speeches by these gentlemen  which most savagely attacked the  otlier games. But while the  Voters' lists are horjeslly" prepared, they offer the gravest possible encouragement for dishonesty. They are also loaded up  with dead men and absentees. - In-  each provincial district there is a  collector of votes who is generally the government agent or the  mining recorder. He receives applications to be placed on the  voters' list every day in the year.  The applicant can get a blank  form of declaration from any  officer of 'the government, which  he fills in and signs before a postmaster, alderman; mayor, justice  of 'the peace or member of parli-  metii, anybody in authority; and  he hands in that application to  the collector of votes. * The application is placed on file, and  twice in the year, in: May and  November, a court of revision is  held. If there is no protest his  name remains on the list. The  operation of putting a man on  the list in British Columbia is  purely mechanical.' No one ever  thinks about anything crooked  being done in having .his name  put on the list. There is a provision for getting names off'the  list not entitled to be 'there, but  it is somewhat cumbersome and  expensive. When there is a  change in population, those lists  often bear the names of absent-;  ees and others than bona fide  voters. Let me give a personal  ["illustration. ''������;-'A short>time agol  sent out copies of a speech to the  the electors of my own district,  using the latest revised voters  list, and through one postoffice  alone nearly,- 200 of them came  SMELTER SMOKE;  The ore bins at the B. C.  ���Copper Co.'s smelter now hold  nearly ten thousand tons ,of ore,  and the first furnace will be  blown in tomorrow. Tuesday  should see all the furnaces In  operation and the matte flowing  out of the settlers. Next week  a full force will be employed'  everywhere.  FATAL SENTENCE  GIVEN C1DE0  J  principle they now shout for. In j back endorsed by the postmaster,  those days the- very thought of, "Left the country, preseut ad-  allowing provincial authorities dress unknown." -Then we have  to have control of the franchise in British Columbia a large num-  made them shudder,  as  the foi- ber of new men who are entitled  ���*"���*  A FULL MEETING.  *)>,. The" Council were ' entirely sober  Wednesday night- but it was a full  meeting of the Aldermen. Present-  Mayor" Bunting, .Aldermen  Gulley,  i.  Wilson, Mortimer,   Meyer,   Suther-  land and Fleming.  Rev. Father Bedard had written  the -council asking that certain boulders in -front of his ��� lots should be removed and that information of the  street line and grading intended should  1 be given him in order that  he  might  be able to continue the  improvement  of his   property there.    The   Street  Committee will act in the matter. ' ���  The annual grant to the B.C. Anti-  , Tuberculosis Society was fixed at $50  A.'L. White, C. H. Archibald and  others Who have property on the east  side of Kimberley Ave, asked to have  the Government Street main extended  *-*and the connections made with  their  property!    They came  up  with the'  jieedful and also guaranteed   the   required annual income of 15 per cent,  of the cost of installation.  F.    C.    Buckless   was    appointed  keeper of the city pound.  The followin.g  accounts  were or  dered to be paid: *  B. C. Gazette ��� - #13 00  Vulcan Iron Works -���-������������       95  Land   Registry-' -���--, -.--. 50 00  Kenneth McKenzie. ������ ��� 22 13  The city clerk was given two weeks'  holidays. ���,'������������'  The council Vvill meet  next 'Mon--  day evening, to prepare estimates.  Civil Cases.  The civil list at the assizes has  been disposed of as follows:  Beaulne v. Yale-Columbia Lum-  be'r Co., Ltd.r settled out of  court, plaintiff receiving $1,000  damages and each party paying  its,own costs.  Shaw v. Voigt, judgment, for  plaintiff for amount of* claim,  ��1,923.50 with costs.  City .of Grand Forks v. Yale-  Columbia, Lumber   Co.   will   be  lowing utterances of Mr. Foster's  will show (1898):  .--���' So long as I have a seat in  this parliament I will contend  that it is essentially necessary for  the dignity and best government  of Canada that she should have  uninterrupted and absolute control of ter own franchise."  Does Mr. Foster repeat-, that  high-minded resolve this year?  Not for worlds, because the boot  is on the other foot.  Sir Charles Tupper, Mr. Borden, Dr. Sproule, Mr. Bennett,  all Tory heavyweights���laid  down, the doctrine of federal control of the franchise, and now���  they characteristically abandon it.  Mr. Ross quoted- from the  speeches made by the solicitor-  general (Mr. Fitzpatrick), who  introduced the bill of 1898, aud  the prime minister, to show that  it was tbe intention, at that time,  to simply adopt the franchises of  the provinces, and that/should  the provinces do anything detrimental to the interests of the Dominion they (the federal authorities), were at liberty to make  any changes they thought proper.  After dealing with the improper franchise conditions in Manitoba under provincial control,  Mr. Ross turned hjs attention to  British Columbia.    He said:  My ' Hon. friend from Qu'Appeile (Mr. Lake), made some reference to British Columbia.  Let me say at the outset that  the people of British Columbia  have never been educated down  to doing small and mean things  in connection with their election  contests. The voters' lists have  been honestly prepared, The people do not buy votes, they do aot  stuff ballot boxes,   and  they do  concluded today:  Portmari v. City of Greenwood, j��ot switch ballots; and generally  argument* concluded Thursday speaking, they play the game of  night, judgment reserved. politics fairly,  as they play all  to go on the voters' lists, and who  ban send in their applications to  the provincial collector of^ votes,  but their names do not get'on until the first court of reuision in  November. I propose to quote  the opinion of a gentleman who  took a very keen interest in public matters in British Columbia  for a number of years. I refer  to Mr. John Houston, who was  president of the Conservative association in British Columbia for  a number of years. He was also  a member of the local ' House.  Mr. Houston1'is a conservative,  but sometimes he does not work  at the game, and he is rather independent in the expression of  his views. ��� In his paper, the Empire, published at Prince Rupert,  he writes as follows:  " British Columbia has a rotten system of registering votes,  and there is no likelihood of the  McBride government changing it.  for the better. Were the McBride government ousted from  power, the Liberals would see to  it that the law would be made  even worse than it is."  Of course I cannot agree with  that. ��� What I am pointing out is  that Mr Houston is not a political partisan, though he was president of the Conservative association of British Columbia; and  his criticism is directed against  both parties.  "Why, the reader will ask.  Because neither the Conservative  nor the Liberal parties in British  Columbia have any desire to be  fair to each other. The men  who run thc two parties are imbued with the idea that the people who vote have no rights that  need be respected. Every voters'  list ia the province contains as  many * dead ' names as ' live '  ones; and were the names of every  person qualified t�� vote pi aced on  the lists once a year, it is safe to  Mr Armstrongs Visit!    ,  Richard  Armstrong,   who  arrived  in   Greenwood  yesterday,, said   this  morning that all the necessary arrangements .looking to  the  organization of  the Greenwood-Phoenix Tunnel Co.,  Ltd., had been  completed' and were  substantially as  stated   recently in the  Times.    The particular business of  his present'trip was to see what could  be done about  submitting  the by-law  to the people of Greenwood  providing for a bonus.   That the city would  undertake this evidence  of its sincerity and support was  understood in all  the- agreements.    If   it  were   done  promptly, work would  be  started on  the tunnel this fall.  Mr.. Armstrong left this afternoon  for a trip to Spokane, from which he  will return next week. After that he  will be here some time.  For Murder of Louise Kin^  at Niagara, November 18,  . 1906~No Defence Presented by Prisoner. j  Tip Top Showing  The plant at the Tip Top has been  moved this week, about 300 feet further, up the lead to the big copper  showing on the property. At the new  working the lead which extends right  across the entire claim is eight feet  wide and its lowest assays have shown  about $40 to the ton in copper with  considerable gold and silver. The  hoist is being erected today and the  work on the new location ought to be  in progress On Monday. The intention is to sink on the showing.  H: V. Fuller is expected in Greenwood next week-with a representative  of the new shareholders in the company from Lincoln, Neb.  ���',  Loses Right Arm.  Roland Sothergill, whose right arm  was amputated below the elbow, the  result of an accident at the Mother  Lode mine on Friday night last, is  doing well at the hospital and no  further unfortunate developments are  expected. The patient is at the Sisters' Hospital, where he is receiving  the best of attention. The accident  occurred about twenty minutes to ten  on Friday night last, and it is understood that Sothergill, who was on his  third shift at the Mother Lode, had  put a stick of powder in to "bulldoze" a rock obstructing the chute.  While making a hole in which to  place his fuse, the powder became ignited, blowing his right hand into  shreds and deeply pitting his face with  powder stains.  Sothgill was not well known at the  Mother Lode, having worked there  only two days previous to the accident. He had come from Phoenix,  where he had. two years' experience  as a chuteman.  Francesco Cidio on Wednesday  afternoon turned silently out of  the prisoner's dock and down the  stairs to the cells below with the  heaviest sentence the law can  impose resting upon him. .The  dignity, the justice, the relent-  lessness of ^British law, 'aft were  exemplified in the scene. The  crime of which the prisoner stood  convicted, and for which he had  been condemned to die, was an  inhuman dne. Of him, it is not  fair to say that he was insensible  as to the position in which he  found himself.* Throughout his  trial he had, it is true, retained  an unusual composure, but at  times the prisoner's head fell,  and the quick, convulsive jerk of  his features showed that he was  suffering keenly. When he learned that the days of- bis life were  to be few, his face paled, and  without anything 'to say. he  walked out between' the officers.  The evidence of his. fellow  Italians was given generously  against him. Cidio, or Agilio,  as his name appeared on the payrolls of the Kettle Valley Railway, had been drinking on the  day of the outrage, and his actions, generally, showed a frenzied condition;   He had'flouHsried  assume that few of the men now  members of the legislature would  haye M. P. P. added to their  names. At the last provincial  election in one district in Kootenay, 243 names were ou the  voters' list at one polling place;  yet less-than SO votes were polled.  The others were not in the dis-  a knife, torn his clothing with  his teeth, and thrown his watch  upon the bar. But remonstrated  with by his fellows for having  frightened Mrs. King and her  daughter from the house, he had  wished to apologize. He told  King that he needn't be afraid of  him, and he had tried to reassure  Mrs. King. Later in the day the  crowd had gone to the home of  their foreman, Maglio, and had  music���two yiolins and singing.  In the evening Cidi�� had called  there, and tried to persuade Mrs.  Maglio to leave her husband and  go away with him, fainting that  something would happen to King  and that Maglio would desert her  for Mrs. King. . She told him  she could go back to Nelson. She  didn't want to marry again if  anything happened, to her husband. Leaving there, Cidio had  gone up the hill toward the powder magazine.  Cidio and another man named  Revelly. who was tried previously in connection with the case,  had the keys of the magazine.  At least three boxes were missing  from the magazine, and perhaps  trict,    At another polline place  five'    Just   Prev">u--  to  the ex-  ime   district,  over  100 plosion, the men who were in the  bar and near  the lunch counter  in the same district, over 100  men who had the qualifications  of voters were not on the list because of the clumsy methods of  registration. Yet Premier McBride and his attorney-general  will rage with fury because the  Dominion government proposes  to take a hand at revising lists  that have been ' dead' since 1903,  and stuffed during the last six  months."  Then he makes suggestions as  to how the lists should be prepared. Now, here is an expression  of opinion from an independent  source to show that in the province of British Columbia, while  I am prepared to admit that tbe  lists are prepared honestly, at the  same time they are loaded up with  dead men and with absentees.  Continued on Page 2.  below, saw the fire through the  cracks in the flooring of the room  above, occupied by Cidio and Revelly, but scarcely had the cry of  fire been raised, * when the explosion came.  The next morning Cidio, alias  Agilio, or Painblanc, *was missing. On the books of the company there was to his credit  $31.30. Evidence of his flight  from Midway to Oroville, where  he arrived without money, was  given. From there he had driven  80 miles through Brewster to  Wenatchee, and then he went to  Spokane, Oregon and finally was  found in a saloon in the Italian  quarter  of  Salt   Lake   City  by  Chief Constable Devitt and L. H.  Smyth, chief deputy marshal of  the TJ. S. district of Utah.  The evidence that brought the  verdict against the prisoner was  his own confession to these officers, confirmed by the story told  to A. L. Scarcelli, brother of the  jman who ran   the saloon from  | which Cidio was taken " tp dig a  ditch.'*   Cidio  had  been led by  Deputy Marshal   Smyth to the  jail, fronted by the Sheriff's residence,  where,  instead of being  shown the plans of the work he  was to do, Cidio was told he was  under arrest.   In answer to questions by. Chief Cbnstable Devitt,  he had   confessed that   be was  guilty.    On the following day he  told Searcelli in his own language  that-the story which had appeared in the papers was true.    Cidio  had  afterwards fought extradition vigorously, but  at  the trial  appeared without counsel.   W. P.  Dockerill, ot Rossland,  was appointed to defend him. *  The   attorney-general,  in  -addressing the jury, reviewed the  circumstances of the case, claiming that the  aecused,  whom he  referred to more than once as ���" a  Dago working on a railway,^ was  the only man of the crowd with  ,  a mind, like the mind of the man  who would do a deed Tike this.  His actions that day had shown *  him   to be so.    His words had.  shown that he had murder on bis  mind; he had spoken  of death.  The guilty flight of   the man,  leaving  his "month's   wages behind, his out-of-the-way journey,  to Spokane,  and his subsequent  appearattce.in Oregon^ and-gSaJJi;,  Like :^^  name, were all  the actions of a y  fugitive   from    justice.     When  captured, he had thought the jig  was up, and confessed.  Mr.; Justice Clement, in addressing the jury, confined him- ,  self to an explanation of the  points of law. He first demolished Mr. Dockerill's - argument  that the confession was obtained  by inducements by saying tbat he  had ruled otherwise, iind had admitted it as evidence. He clearly  explained the content df the word  murder, and stated,.that there  was evidence in the case, the fact  that the accused was irresponsible through drink, for a verdict  of manslaughter. '  The jury retired at about 11;40  a. m., and- when court was resumed at 2 o'clock, the- foreman  reported that, they had found the  prisoner guilty as indicted. His  sentence was pronounced, Mr.  Justice Clement showing considerable emotion in delivering the  fateful words.  He was removed that same afternoon in charge of three constables to theCountyjail at Kamloops whence he will be taken on  Ithe 31st of July next to the place  of execution.  The jury which heard the case  was as follows: Kenneth McKenzie (foreman), Murdock McLeod, Hugh Macgillviray, Elmore  Collier, W, J. Harrison, J. Docksteader, F. Moshier and E. Pope,  of Greenwood; P. T. McCallum,  H. A. "Sheeds, E. Spraggett and  Leo Nader, of Grand Forks.  Card of Thanks-  R. H. Hewer wishes, through  The Times, to thank the many  friends whose kindness to him  was showu in numberless ways  in his bereavement. As it is impossible for him to do this individually, .it is hoped that this  will be taken as a personal message.  ���; vr    ,  M-.f  if-t-i  t-  **����*!  m  YY-'fy.  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Presideat:    Loki) Stkatrcona anr) Mount Royal, G. C, M.G.  President:   Sir Gbokge A. Dkummond, K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and Genera.1 Mana|rer :   E. S. Ci-ocston,  Branches in London, Eng. -I cw^VcaiS1*. \ New York, Chicago.  ���   Buy  and sell Sterling Exchautre and Cable Transfers : Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any part;*-' the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch.    W. F. PROCTOR, Mam*ger.  The CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$10,00O,00O. Reserve Fund.$5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.  B. E. WALKER, President. ALEX*. LAIRD, General Manager.  BRANCHES   THROUGHOUT    CANADA  AND   IN  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  SAYINGS BANk'DEPARTMENT  BANKING BY MAIL  t  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of  the Bank. Accounts may be opened, and deposits made  or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid to  out-of- town accounts.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister,' Solicitor,  Notary Ptbuc  'Jable Address:       -*Hali.btt."  I Bedford M'Neill's  Codbs i Moreing* & Neal's  GftfCWM-OOD,  S. C  ber's  BOUNDABV  VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.O.O. F.  Meets every Tuesday Evening at ���**"* <���*��� the  I. Q. O. F. Hall. A cordial invi wUuu it-e-J*  tended to all so'ottrnio-* breth'ern.  TV. B. FLEMING, S. STORER  N   G V. G.  FRED B. HOLMES. Rec. Sec.  Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  Issued ���v��rv Tridav  BY THJC  Bonndaiy Creek Printing and Publishing  Co., Limited,  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  P*-K YEiR      "* 00  Six Mouths  1 25  To Foreign Countr-cks 2 50  Ej-itor  A. D. Mackarlake  is decidedly a credit to tbe c'om-  munity aad its conveniences are  of quite incalculable value.  It is one of the very disappointing things to anyone attempting  an unselfish ^nd charitable work,  tbat so often the public refuses  to rise spontaneously to provide  tbe necessary assistance. Tbe  Grand Jury, is asking tbrobgb  tbe proper channel that adequate  fire protection be afforded the  hospital. A request for the extension of tbe fire mains to the  hospital grounds, or near them,  has been before the council of the  city before. It is sincerely to be  hoped that, -when it comes again,  the city will be able to make this  verv necessary expenditure, and  in so doing, give tangible evidence of the appreciation which  it really has for the work being  done by the Sisters.  FRIDAY, MA'S; 29, 1908  The Ross rifle is now having  its inning. Who does not know  Colonel Sam Hughes, the ultra  military expert of the Conservative party? Colonel Sam occasionally blurts out what he thinks  regardless of the consequences,  and his utterances of last week  are a sample of this. He had  disagreed with his party before,  and the party show very plainly  that they do not like it. The in*-  cident shows up too clearly the  absolute lack ot sincerity in the  campaign against everything,  whether of benefit to the country  or uot,' that the Government  does. The attitude of the opposition���an opposition which has  languidly drawn its pay {.hrough  ten years past���is now a pure  play to the gallery, which, with  intelligent people, will count fer  little. In .icw of a general ***lec-  tion, the opposition is becoming  active, but thought of the country's best interest is far from the  mind of Foster, Borden, et al.  The hearty celebration of Victoria Day, it is hoped, will long  be continued bv the Canadiau  people. Making it a permanent  holiday, in place of the celebration of his own birlhday, was a  splendidly worthy action on the  part of our Sovereign. While  we keep it in memory of his gracious  mother,   Canadians may be  proud of her unselfish and kingly  son.  FULLER REPORT  DISPROVES SLANDER  Continued from Page 1.  The presentment of the Grand  Jury contains a most deserved  complimentary reference to the  Sisters' Hospital,    lhe hospital  Now, what does this proposed  legislation do? As I understand  the measure new before the  House, it accepts the provincial  lists as a basis for the federal  lists. It provides for putting on  the names of people who have  been improperly left off, and it  provides for striking off the  j names of people who should not  have been put on, Iu the preparation of the lists it provides for  nothing that will in any way interfere or disturb tbe lists, honestly, efficiently and completely  prepared by tbe provincial  authorities; or, in other words, if  the provincial authorities prepare honest lists, complete lists,  there will be nothing to do for  the Dominion officials appointed  under this legislation.  Mr. Herron: Who are to be  the judges whether the lists are  honest or not?  Mr. Duncan Ross: The judges  appointed under tbis  legislation.  Mr. Herron:    They are govern  ment officials,   I understand, appointed by this government.  Mr.   Duncan   Ross:      What I  mean  to say is that the judges  appointed under this legislation  will put on or take names off the.  list in accordance with  the laws  of the province in which they are  acting; that is, they will  supplement  the work   which the pro.  vincial authorities ought to have  done themselves;   and if the provincial authorities do  their work  properly  there   will be nothing  for the Domiuion revising judges  to   do.    This  bill also provides  the necessary authority to adjust  the lists when there is  an overlapping of   constituencies.     Mv  Hon. frierid from  Qu'Appeile, in  answer to a question of mine the  other night, suggested that there  was no such   authority in the old  Act.    Well,  I think there  was,  fjjg j but when our officials, attempted  to exercise that- authority  they  were prosecuted by Colin  Campr  bell,   attorney-general  of  Manitoba.  In British Columbia, a portion  of   the  provincial  electoral  district of Yale is in the New Westminster federal district, and the  other portion is in the federal  district   of   Yale-Cariboo     The  Yale-Cariboo election was a deterred election.     The   only list  available was the provincial list  for the whole  provincial district  of Yale.    I may say to the House  that in British Columbia we have  no well-defined polling sub-divisions.    I remember quite well that  in'the year  1904 neither one of  the returning officers���the returning officer in New Westminster  or the returning officer in Cariboo  knew what to do with this list,  but   finally   they    decided   that  Armstrong,  the New Westminster returning officer, would guess  at tbe people whom be thought  should vote in New Westminster,  and he would vote those on November  1st,   while, O'Hara,  tbe  returning officer in Yale?Cariboo,  would vote the balance in Yale-  Cariboo on November 22nd.   The  work was done the best way th'ey  knew how, and there was no complaint from either side,  because  it was honestly done, but it afterwards developed that a small settlement south of Hope voted in  New    Westminster   instead. of  Yale-Cariboo, and the Hon. member from New Westminster   (Mr.  Kennedy),   got  a   small Liberal  majority to which I was entitled.  The point I  am making is that  it  is surely   not   arguable that  there should not be some one in  authority to furnish these returning officers with   lists properly  made and certified.    It surely is  not arguable that we should not  have passed in  this parliament  such legislation as will  put into  the hands of   returning officers  lists upon which the people may  vote, and not leave them open to  prosecution at the hands of partisan   officials.' I  may say that]  there was no trouble in  British  Columbia in   1904, because everybody thought the work was honestly done, although it may have  been   imperfectly    done.      But,  since then, there has come to us  in the province of British Columbia     an   attorney-general   who  would   indict  His   Majesty   the  King,   if he   thought   he   could  make any political capital out of  it, and I, for one, do not propose  that any officer of this government who is honestly attempting  to do his duty in connection' with  an election should be operf to  prosecution or persecution at, the  hands of partisan officials of the  provincial government.  Now, sir, regarding the   other  clauses of the  bill, I have little  y- * . ���    ���  to say, I never had much confidence in legislation intended to  make-people honest in election  time. '1 have very little patience  with legislation that is, intended  as a sop to the Pharisee and  which some of those who so  loudly applaud have no intention  of observing. I would put a man  in jail for buying the elector. ,I  would-put a man in jail for tampering with the ballot box pr  switching or mutilating ballots,  and I think a man ought to go to  jail for publishing absolutely  false statements during an election. But on the other hand there  i*. no virtue in an election  law with a lot of details  which nobody intends to observe  and. which only bring the whole  legislation into contempt and  create a disregard for the bigger  things that count.  A good deal has been said  about the Liberal party going  back on the position taken before  1896 and crystallized into legislation in 1898. Mr. Speaker, the  principle of accepting provincial  lists still remains, notwithstanding the proposed amendments.  Notwithstanding this legislation  we stick to the principle of accepting provincial voters' lists,  and we do say that if these provincial voters' lists are honestly  made, there is nothing at all for  anv officer  appointed  under 'this  proposed legislation to do. The  amendents are intended to meet  evils and defects that have arisen  since the 1898 legislation became  law, As I pointed out.at the outset, the solicitor-general, who introduced that legislation, and the  Right Hon. first minister (Sir  Wilfrid Laurier), who led the  House at  that time,  stated that  ��� t    x ���' ,       - - -    ,  further legislation might be necessary to meet any evils that  might arise in connection with  the legislation then introduced.  Personally, I am not worried  very much whether the Liberal  party was theoretically right in  1898, or in any other year. I am  satisfied it rs right now. I, am'  satisfied that this parliament  should never divest itself of authority to ensure to the federal  elector fully qualified, his right  to vote, and notwithstanding anything that was said or done in  1898, or any other year, it would  be cowardice on our part not to  pass legislation that will cure the  existing evils despite the onslaughts of our opponents in this  House and outside of it.  Setter  Every man appreciates good cooking and every woman  takes a pride in doing itV y" BOVRIL" can be used to  advantage with all hot dishes. It greatly-improves the  flavor of stews, soups, rpasts, fish, etc., and also increases  their nourishing value.  An economical way to get it is in the 1 lb. bottles.  PRESENTMENT OF THE GRAND JURY  The Modesty of Women  Naturally makes th$m shrink from the  'inflelicati questions, the obnoxious examinations,, and unpleasant local* treatments, which, some physicians consider  essential in-the treatment of diseases of  women.  Yet, if help cj-n be had, it is  better to submit to this ordeal than let  the disease grow and spread. The trouble  is that so often the woman undergoes all  the annoyance and shame for nothing.  ThousandsN-if wdmen who have  been  cured Bv Dr.^ercu-'s Favorite Prescription writli in .ab***reciatlon of the euro  -which dis^rfSsS^Hh the examinations  an4 local t,r--a.t.*m<>iit5^Th---*r'*- l,q '-p nrhf-r  rnndicine- **���> sure .and safe for; dnlipa^  women as "Favorite Prescription."    It  cures debilitating drains, irregularity and  female; weakness.   It always helps.   It  almost always cures.   It is strictly non-  ' alcoholic, noti - secret^ all its ingredisnts  being printed on its bottle-wrapper; contains   no deleterious   or   habit-forming  drugs, and every native medicinal root-  entering into its composition has the full  endorsement of those most eniinentin tlie  several schools of medical practice. Some  tif. these -numci-o-os and strongest of professional endorsements of its ingrediea-ia  will  be found in a pamphlet wrapped  around the bottle, also in ia. booklet mailed  free on request, by Dr. R. V..Pierce, of  Buffalo, N.'Y.    These professional endorsements should have far more -weight  than any amount of tho ordinary lay, or  non-professional testimonials.  The most intelligent women now-a-days  -insist on knowing what they take as medicine instead^of opening their mouths like  a lot of young birds'and gulping down  whatever is offered them. "Favorite Prescription" iS Of KNOWN COMPOSITION. It  makes weak women strong and sick  women well.   .  Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser is sent free  ���on receipt of stamps to pay expense of  mailing only. Send to Dr. R. v. Pierce,  Buffalo, N. -Y.,'31 one-cent stamps for paper-covered, or 50 stamps for cloth-bound.  If sick consult,tho Doctor, free of charge  hy letter. All such communications are  held' sacredly confidential.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate  and regulate stomach, liver aad bowe-is.  Hotel, v.  Ladysmith  Close to the Smelter.  May it Please Your Lordship���The Grand Jury, in extending to you a cordial welcome  to Greenwood, desires to congratulate your Lordship upon the  complete absence of crime of a  serious nature in this district  since 'the last sittings of the  Court. We are also happy to  state that, after visiting the various institutions of a public charter in the district, we find that  they are being conducted in a  very satisfactory manner, and  that there are no grievances to  report.    .  The-necessity for a better heat  ing equipment for the school has  been referred to by a previous  Grand Jury, and we are glad to  say that the matter has now been  taken in hand by the proper authorities..  In complimenting the . hospital  management upon the excellent  state*-, of that institution, we  would like,^ however, to emphasize the importance of a more  adequate 'fire protection, land  strongly advise the placing ot a  suitable hydrant nearer the building, and the installation of fire  alarm boxes on the premises.  In concluding their brief report, the Grand Jury expresses  the hope that your Lordship may  be long spared to fulfil the deifies  pf your high office.  M. Burriij.,  MRS..MURRAY, graduate iu vocal  and instrumental mubic, is--pi*ejJ'*.red to  receive pupils in piano, organ and  voice.. Iiatest Conservatory methods  taught. Class in Greenwood, Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday; Midway,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and Saturday. For terms and further'particulars apply at room 34, Pacific Hotel.  1,-rx,  x-oreu-.au of the vjrraBCi Jury,  On behalf of self and fellows.  Following is a list of the Grand  Jurors: ' ,   -.  Joseph Wilm,shurst, Anaconda,  Edwin Hallett, Frederic W. Mc -  Laine, Sydney M. Johnson, John  T. Beattie, A. D. Macfarlane,  Robert T. Lowery, Greenwood;  John R. Jackson, Midway; Walter  Forster, Anaconda; Martin Burrell, Bernard Leqtiine, Fred Clark,  G. M. Fripp, Grand Forks. -  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining* Men  Is steam-heated, electric; lighted;  the rooms are larg-e-and cosy.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast;  "*5* *�����* -*f* -fr *$* "T* *T"f* "fr-  A Razor new -every morning is  what you can have with one of  A. L. White's E very roan's Wet or  Dry Hones, price $1.50.   .  *^*-��  (���-���"���: ,'!,\-Si*-*..  '���   v^V.-.-^-^--1^-------*-^*****^  For Trunks, Suit  Cases, Travelling  Bags, see   :   t(   :  a;l. white  Elkirhfieer  ���nr*1'..'  Is  unexcelled, as is evidenced by  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  its  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  patronize home industry by insisting on having  '  ���ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEER  ..' TBL. 1SS  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  M  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  �����<  \^Tn��s��r I^otel  The Best Appointed Work-  ingmen's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity;... Hot and  .  ''    Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B.C.  OI,A LOFSTAD,"       - Propreilor  -OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOfi-OOOi  H. BUSTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER.  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  O PHONE 65. P  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  Ladies' Calling* Cards, Holland Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  .   '        CHAS. A. McCLUNG, Manager  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary f  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with electric lights..  First-class Bar.    Strictly up-to-date goods. -  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  x+*���$- 4- -fr -*-**4^i-fr 4*f4--f>-i-4--4p-l***^.4*-#��^*f4''ac  ���1  *  4*  uiiinii  Dlectric current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous -po'wer  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  +;<  -fr  fr  fr  -fr  ���fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  *  -fr  fr  *  -fr  fr  L��fS_' Wfy ��m7  Yf'YW  i��:  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  a  ��*-^ �� �� ��a a #�� ^  f    MINING   I  -o*��**#-^0#����-*��->*����oe��***#6��**��*  Crow's Nest Pass Co.   pay roll  for April was $140,557.75.  The annpuncernent that the  U. S. customs authorities in  future would admit sulphide zinc  ores free, has been officially confirmed. The change means a  great deal for the, Slocau mine  owners.  Takiug'advantage of tbe new  decision as to sulphide of zinc  . recently made on the tariff of  the United States, a shipment of  zinc ore has been made from the  "Whitewater m-ine.+o the Kansas  smelters.  The Bliie-Bell mine, another  Slocan lead-zinc property has  opened up a new concentrator.  The machinery of this mine is  ���iow up-to-date.  H'  I  _Chas.- Biesel. formerly superin-  tendent at the Snoiyehoe, who is  now looking after some of the  Consolidated* Company's mines at  Trail, was a visitor in Phoenix  from Saturday to Monday, tie  is taking his family to Trail to  ' reside temporarily. - *  London.  Pence.  42&,���'.���.'��� ���  The world market for, silver is  made in London, and .the u nited  States is obliged to base its quotations and business on the London figures". %  The following table shows the  worlds production of silver  and  the average price in London:'  World's7 '-"-.���:  Production.  Fine ounces.  1888  108,827,606  1889  120,213,611''  1890 .....126,095,062  .1891 y..:i27il70,.919  1892 ...:lo3.151,762  1893 ,...,165,472.62*1  1894'.v...,ld4,6l0,394  1895 ...-167,500,960  1896 :..::157,061,370  18-J7':...16p, 421,082  1898 .:...'16^H055,253  1899 ..:.168,337,453  ..,.173,591,364  .....173.011,283  .....162-763,483 ���   167,689,322  ...,.168,3*)0,238  1905  157,313,445  1906 .....158.313,445  1907 .....159,456,333  1900  1901  1902  1903  1904  42  11-16  47: ..  11-16  .45  1-16  30  13-16  ���35$6'  28 ���'-  15-16  29?8  -'30#  i  27  9-10  26  15-16  27 .  7-16  28tf  ���27  3-1.6  24  1-16  2A%  26->���  307/g  30#"  30  3-16  Provincial Items  Foley, Welch & Stewart will  send 1,000 additional .men to  Prince Rupert beginning with  June 1.  Au immense cave-in took place  at the glory hole on Granby hill  about a week ago. Thousands  of tons of rock, largely waste,  were precipitated to the -bottom  of the pit, filling several chutes  down to the 300-fobt level. Luckily no miners were -in the vicinity  at the, time and no person was  hurt.  \  Flour is selling at $75 a sack  in the Iugenika country, but the  - prospectors, claim  that the dig-  . gings are gilt-edged. Top ground  will go $30 a day to the man, and  at a depth of 32 feet the dirt'runs  'MO cents"'per pan, but they ate not  yet down to. bedrock.    Snow is  reported to be lving deep in the  Ingenika country and pack trains  ���will hardly be able to get in there  until the middle of June.  A Horticultural Marvel.  ��� If vou put the buds of a North-;  era .Spy into a Rhpde vlsland  Greening tree and cut back-all  the branches of the. latter, those  buds will so domiflate.'.the;t.ree as  to compel it* to send its feeding  roots straight downward even  after- the wide-spreading horizontal root system of the Green-  ���.������������'    - ���   ���       *���-  ing has been firmly established.  Then, after a few* years, when  your trees have' become Spies,  you can. transform them into  Kings, which will prove very  profitable^ bear several years  earlier and enjoy the long life  and immunity from canker and  crown disease-which are characteristics of the Spy.  "The process is very simple,"  says Mr.  George T.  Powell, in  *��� ��     .  Country   Life ia   America.    "I  buy two-year-old Spies f,rom a  nurseryman, plant them, and- a  year later I insert the buds ��f  any variety I want to grow. The  only difference is that trees have  the blood of three 'varieties in  thein instead of two. Fsr you  must know that all apples nowadays are grafted."  Empress liners between Victoria and Hotig KpUg will take  one hundred hours .more to make  their trip. They steamer**) .will  average little more than thirteen  knots. ���  'Divorces granied in Dakota on  a spurious domicile, have been  declared invalid in Canada and  Scotland by the Court of Chari-  eery. Richard Sterling is shut  out from an inheritance of $500,-  000 by the decision.    .  The conference of the Methodist Church in B. C, will raise  $100,000 "to clear the debt from  Columbia College and to provide  for a theological school in affiliation with the Provincial University.      - '������������''">  Geo.McCalla was sentenced to  10 years in the penitentiary at  Vernon on Saturday last 'for killing Joseph Ethier' last, winter.  The Bhooting occurred on 30 th  December,   ' during   a   drunken  brawl at the Victoria Hotel there.  ��� That it has   been decided to  /���..'���' ".-' ��������� '..-���.������     v. .  sell the Prince Rupert town lots  by. auction in Vancouver or Victoria in September or October,  has been denied by G.'U. Ryley,  land commissioner of the G. T.  P. Sixty-four prairie townsites  are being sold privately at list  prices.  The Real Reason-  That midsummer days are the  longest in   the year is .because  heat expands;  That criminals weigh less than  moral   men,  is   because they're  lighter fingered.  That a man swears at a dull  razor, is because the" pesky thing  lost its temper first.  That roses are referred to as  *!blushing," is because they are  properly ashamed of the prices  they bring.  That a wave is ; called a swell,  For Business Men:  Letterheads,  '    Envelopes, '  Billheads,  Statements,  Receipt Forms,  Business cards,  Posters.  Dodgers,  Shipping Tags,  For Rent cards,  For Sale cards,  Blotters,   Etc  Society Printing:  Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for Baljs, Etc ���  Dance Programs,  concert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  Private callingcards,  Lodge Printing,  church Printing,  Score cards,  Fine Half Tone ���  Printing,  Note Paper *  " -  LOOSE EAF SYSTEM  We have the necessary machinery for doing this class of work, and can furnish you  with billheads no matter what system you are using.  Mining Co.'s Printing :  Prospectus, ���  Handsome Stock Certificates,  Legal Documents, ���;..., ���  *-   Notices of Meetings,  Special Receipt Forms,  Time Cards,  Mining. Reports,  Shipping Reports, Etc ;  He.  Colored Poster Printing:  We are equipped to turn  .;       out the best color poster  printing in Southern  British Columbia.  Work done  in two or three  1 colors or  in combinations.  NEATNESS AND PROMPTNESS  and the quality of stock used are the main factors that have built us up lhe largest job  printing business enjoyed by any printing house in the Boundary country  nr  he Times  Government Street,  Phone 29  Greenwood, B. C  is because it arrives at the shor  in  great style   and   goes   away  broke.  That the army of unemployed  is not decreasing, is because its  members want too many afternoons off a week.  That the present-day aero clubs  are considered so exclusive, is because the members necessarily all  move in the upper circles.���Warwick James Price in Tile-Bob err.-  iau. '-'.-:''..'  -; HOW'S BUSINESS'  iitnn->M-*-nM-��Mnin',   ***-&*->��:���*���>:���-:������  WORTH   TAKING  ���'Business is poor.," said the; be? gar.  Said the undertaker,. " It's dead !"  ���-Falling- off '."'said  the  riding  school  teacher. '  The druggist, '-Oh,, vial! "���, he said, j  "It's   all   "write   with   roe,"-said   the1  i.uthor.  % " Picking up ! "'said the man   oa the  dump..  "My  business  is-  sound,"   quoth   the  bandsman. -���  Said the athlete,   "I'm  kept  on the  jump.  The. bottle declared it was "corking ! "  Tbe parson, "It's good!"  answered  he.  " I make   both  ends meat,"   said  the  btitehcr.  The tailor replied, '.' It snits me "  ,      ���Boston Trfiiiscript.  Fisheries Treaty'  The treaty betweeu the U. S.  and Canada, recently presented to  theCanadtan parliament with regard to the fisheries is a very important one. Each country is to  appoint a commissioner. The  commissipner will haye the power  to determine the length* of the  close seasons, propose, limitations  and the adoption of a:uniform  system of registry. Jurisdiction  may be exercised by either government over the citizens and  subjects of the' other apprehended for the violation - ofy regulations. ,      .  The contiguous waters to which  the regulations will apply, include: Straits of San Juan de  Fuca; these part's of Washington:  Sound, the Gulf of Georgia and  Puget Sound lying between --40  min. 10 sec. and 49 min. 29 sec.  N. lat., and such other contiguous waters recommended by the  commission and approved by the  two governments. The Canadian  government shall protect by adequate regulations food fish, frequenting the Fraser river.  FOUR ROOM HOUSE, on the  Church Street,    across the  street from schoolhouse.  House and lot for $225.  Clear title, Taxes paid up to  January 1st, 1908.  W. D. Flinn,  Tonopah, Nevada  THE  COPPER  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. 15, 1906)  Is a dozen books in one, covering the  history. Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Termin-.  ology, Uses, Statistics and Finances ef  Copper. It is a practical book, useful  to all and necessary to most men engaged in any branch of the Copper  Induetry.  Its -facts will pass muster with the  trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facts in plain English without.fear or favor. *  Its lists and describes -1626 Copper  Mines and Companies in all parts of  the world, descriptions running from  two lines to sixteen pages, according  to Importance of the property.       ^  The Copper Handbook is conceded to  he the  WORLD'S  SIM! ill  The Mining Man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines,  mining and the metal.  The Investor needs the book for the  facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English.  Price is 55 in Buckram with gilt top;  S7.50 in full library morocco. Wili be  seat, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  453 Postoffice Block, Houghton,  Michigan  One ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion;  |       One ounce Compound Salatone ;  ���       Four   ounces    Corapound   Syrup  Saraaparilla;  Mixed and taken in teaspoonfnl,  dosoa after each meal and at bedtime,  is pronounced by a prominent physician to be the best mixture for the  1    core of the kidney, bladder, and all *  '   urinary troubles.  Tbis says the dootor, is the most  simple though remarkable proserin-������  tion ever written to oleanse the  system* of impurities and waste .  matter. It acts as a powerful tonio  te the kidneys, forcing them to filter  out the acids and poisons, overcoming rhenir/atiam, lame book, sciatica  and ether affliotions arising from  sour, impure blood. .  The ingredients can be procured at  any good drag stdre, and being purely  vegetable and entirely harmless, can  easily be mixed at home.  It you have a suffering friend show  this to him, aa he. will undoubtedly  be pleased to learn of so vimpl* ana .  highly recommended a remedy.  Just Because  it storms -   .  dont confine '  yourself  Indoors v *���**���*-���_,  PROVIDE    If.   '  FOR "VOUR  BODILY  COMPOST  fcycraaring  SSa%  WATS]  OILED  ��� Ev-arr Oirawt  . Guaranteed   ���  ��� ���...      .miJItJmWSnSm   -Ti ���  ' .4 ���  HP  QLUMBSA  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements'.  NOTICE.  Fanny Joe Mineral Claim, situate iu tbe Kettle  River MUiinif   Division   of Yale.   District.  Where  locntc.d: Wcllin-rton Camp (South!  TAKE NOTICE that I. Charles H. Tve, Free  Miner's Certificate  No.  B10018. intend, sixt)-  davs from the date hereof, toapplvto the Mltt-  lnc Rocorder fora Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaininir  a Crown Grant of  the above claim,  And further tat<e notice that action, under  section. 3". must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 6th day of Mar. A. D. l**os,-  CHARLES H. TVE.  !| New Westminister, B. C.  H  8      Greenwood Liquor Co., Agents, Greenwood  II ���.. . -;���?   ��� '    ' . ,- 3  ���fr-fr-fr-'W-**-^*--***'^^  LAND REGISTRY ACT  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Tmorovements.  NOTICE.   :.������'.  No. 7. Traction. No. t, Traction and  Hartford  Mineral Claim, situate in the -nreen^vood  Mininir Division   of -Yale District'. Where''  infated:    Carmi Camp.   West Pork of the  *    Kettle River. '   . ���  T\K-*R   -N-OTTCR-that T.-Rohe'-t   D.   Kerr.  TVee   Miner's certificate' No' TWSno actlnjr  fnr m vse.lf and ns -iee*it( for;.tames C  Dnle. T*r*-e  Miner's  Certi-ficate No. T-1010*. and   P.  I**.  S.  ���"taiilione. Pw Miner's Certificate No.   WMu,  intend sivtvdavs from the date hereof, to aoolv  to Ihe Mininir Rerorderfor a Certificate of Im-  nrnvouients fo-*   the   -onfpose   of  obtaihinpr a  Crown Orant of the above claim.  - And further tafce notice tliat action under section "17. must be commenced before the issuance  of such'Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Eleventh dav of Mav. * .b.1l*f>'(.  ROBERT D. KERR  TAKE NOTICE thatan application has been  made to register James Henry Mififffingas  the owner in Fee Simple, unfer a Tax Sale'  Deed from Georpre Birkett Taylor, Collector of  Municipality, of Cit." of Greenwood, to James  Henry Hi-trfrins.bearlnf-* date iheT-wentietli day  of December. A.D. 1007. of all and sing-ular that  certain parcel or tract of land and premises situate, lying* and beinjr in the City of Green-yood,  in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known and described as Tjot twenty-  three , Block J, Map46, (Jity of Greenwood,  B.C.  You and each of you are required to contest  the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-  five days from the date of the first insertion* of  this notice, and in default of.a caveat or certificate of lis pendens beinff filed���and in defanlt  of redemption���within such period, you will be  forever estopped antl debarred from settinj** up  any claim to or in respect of the said land, and  1,1 shall register James Henry Hits-gins as owner  thereof,  .Dated at Laud Registry ''flice, Kamloops,  Provinceof British Columbia, this Thirty-first  day of December. A.D.. 1907.  W. H. EDMONDS, District Registrar;  To Edward Nash, E9q., and  WiixrAM H. ASQUITB.  ��<><>Ofl-><W><>OOflOO^~X>00000000  CANADIAN  '1*:tu.-.y<<m^:f^k.9*m+,M tf. i -V-*-'.  ^R A IL W-A Y  LAND NOTICE  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  T* KE VOTfCE tha^ T Is^betlr- Strauss, of  Midway, B.C., occupation Housekeeper, intends to anplv for permission to purchase the  followinir described land: ���  Commencing at a -dost planted at the North-/  East corner of H. Strauss'Pre-emption. Lot*No.  787S. thence East -10 chains: thence sputh 20  chains; thence west 40 chains; thenceforth'iO  chains to point of commencement, and containing- 80 acres more or less.  ISABELLA STRAUSS.'  Per H. STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated February 15th, 1908.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District-   District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I Frederick Craw-  ford,of Park Rapids,Minnesota,occapation  Farmeryiiitends to apply for permission to purchase the following*described lands:..       >  Commencing* at a post planted <i0chains Northerly, from  the   North-west    Corner   of    H.  Straus's'  Pre-emption, Lo'    No,787S,     thence  north CO (ilialns; .thence west 111 chains; thence i  south 60 chains; thence east 20 chains to point,  of commencement, and containing 120 acres, |  more or less.  FREDERICK CRAWFORD  '      ,' .Per HENRY STRAUSS, Agent  Dated the ISth day of February, 19t)8.  Application No. 12535a. .   *  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  TAKE NOTICE that an application has  been made to register Harcourt P. Dickinson as theownerln FeeS'ndple.underaTa-cSale  Deed from George Birkett Taylor, Collector of  I-tinnicipality of the City of Greenwood, to  HarcourtP. Dickinson.bearlngdate tbe 7th day  of December, A.D. 1907. of all and singular that  certain parcel or tract of land and premises  situate, lying and being in the City of Greenwood, in the Provinceof British Columbi.n.more  particularly known and described as���the North  36 feet ofLot Five (51, Block Eleven (11), Map  Twenty-One (21), City of Greenwood.  You and each-��f you are-required to contest  the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five  days from the date of the first insertion of th'S  notice, and in default of a caveat or certificate  of lis pendens being filed���and in default of re  demptiott���wit**lti.such period,you will be for  ever estopped and debarred from setting up any  claim to or in respect of tbe said land, and I  shall register Harcourt P.Dickinson aa owner  thereof.  Dated at Land Registry Office, Kamloops,  Province of British Colnmbia, this Sixth  dav of January, A*.D. 1908.  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar  To LAURA A. WARD' 7t    .  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District-  of Yale.  District  Paititm  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and. decorj|  ating promptly done.  Ulall Papering  Hnd Kalsomitiitig  Send in yeur spring order*..  Box 255, Greenwood. ���  Shop Government street.  TAKE NOTICE that I Henry ������Strauss of  Midway, B.C., bv occupation Farmer,  intend to applv for permission to purchase thc  following described land: Commencing at a  post planted at the North West corner of H.  Strauss Pre-emption Lot No. 787 S, ihence north  80 chains; thence east 80 chains; thence south  R0 chains; thence west 80 chains, to point of  commencement, and containing 640 acres, more  or less.  HENR-Y STRAUSS,  Dated February 3rd, 1908.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE That Ellen Lnnii. ui Park  Kapids,   Minn., occupation    HoumMtci-pcr,  intends lo apply    for   vermissiun   to purchase  the following described lands:   Commencing a��  a post planted at the South East coruer of Application to   Purchase  Hecord  No. 264S lie'unr  Survey Lot No. 73SS;  thence east 80 chains :  thence south 60'Chains;   thence west 80 chains:  thence north 60 chains to point of commencement', and containing 480 acres, more or  liss.  ELLEN LONG,  Per Henry Strauss, Agent  Dated December 9th, 1907.  Similkameen  Land District-  of Yale.  District  TAKE NOTICE that William Edward McArthur ol Greenwood, i'ritixli Columbia,  by occupation Luifibi-ritian, intend* h> apply  lur a special timlier licence iver tin- foilo-vin tr  dc-cribC'd lands: Commencing at a pt��M j/Unt' d  at atinut five chains distant in aa ���-asu-i'-y  direction from the in��rlhw<*>*t corner ��>f A.  i'i<lii:r*s pri-empiicn. Lot lit'**: thence '-nsi  ;ib.)iit 3S chains: t'tevco s.mth 40 cnaink t" fi  Eustace'* northwest OM-.ier: thence: east. .V  chAins; tlience uor'h -;'. chains to Lnnticr'-  -."MlhwesT con-,������*: t''t*ti.t- north 4o chain1-:  thi!4ic��:<-asi Iticha us: th.Tte north 40 chains:  (h.tuce. w-i'si. yu cli.tins: i!*'*uce south >J�� cliruii?,  to tlK* place of 1-eirinniiig and containing <>*o  teres, more or les*.  Located the 17th dayof December, !'*->7.  William Edward McArt-ii'it..  Dated 27th D��cember,i907. ia3-5i  SUMMER  EXCURSION RATES,  ��� EAST  From Greenwood to. Winnloesr,  Fort William, Duluth, St. Paul.  Sioux City.  Chicairo. $72.50   St. Lotiis,S67.50  New York,108.50   Toronto. 94.40  Montreal, 108.50    Ottawa, 108.50  St.John,N-B,127.50 Halifax 135.50  x  Sydney, CB..S141.90 S  Tickets on sale May 4 and 18.   ���>  Juue 5, 6, 19-and 20. Julv 6, 7, 22  and 23,AuguaL6,7, 2^03 22,19081  First class, Round Trip, Ninety  Day Limit  Routes���These tickets are good  via any recognized routes in one  or both directions, To destinations, east of Chicago are good via  the Great Lakes. For further information, rates, Sleepi * car  reservations, etc, apply '��� ,  J. MOB, R. J,  D.P.A. Nelsou      A.G.P.A  B.   fg.   HBDPATH     AGENT  GREENWOOD  r ->YLB,  ��� -neon rer  <><>*-><><M>000<>000000000<>*��000<>0  Snynopsis of Canadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ^NV even-numbered section of Dominion  Lands in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and  Alberta, excepting 8 and ST., not reaervi-ii, may  bs homestcaded bv any parson who l�� the sole  head of a family, or any thale over 18 years ot  age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 150  acres, more or les-i.  Application for entry must be made in person  by the applicant at a Dominion Laud A-rencv  or Sub-a-roncy for the district in w)��ich the land  is situate. Entry by proxy may, however, bo  made at any Afrcncy on certain condition--by  the father mother, son, daughter, brother or  sister of au inteudln-*: homesteader-.  Dotiks���(1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in each year  for three years.  (2) A homesteader may, If he bo desires, perform thc required residence duties by living-ou  farminu- laud owned solely by him, not less  than elirhiy^SO) acros In extent,*ia tbe vicinity  of his hon estcad. He may also do bo by livlnjr  with father or mother, on certain conditions.'  joint ownership in land wili not meet this requirement.  (3; A homesteader iniendin-f to perform his  residence duties in accordance with the above  while livin-r with parents or on fanuini? land  owned by himsul f must notify the Aifent for the  district of such intention.  W. W. COKY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  N. H.���Unauthorized   publication of this ad-  verlisenienl will uot be paid for.  Similkameen Land District-   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that Ju.scpk TI, Leasia of  tlie. l'irtlrict of Yale, 1'rovincc of British  Columbia,by occupation timber cruiser, mlcudu  toapply torpeiinisBiun to purchasethclollowln-*-  described laud: Commeiicin-f at apo.-t marked  J. H. Leasia's S.E. Corner Pott situated at tlte  Norlh Kast curuorof J.H, Keeney's application  Lot iii'; tlie.net- north 20 chains; tlience west  *o chains: theuce south 10 chains; thence eat.  20 chaius, tu place of commencement, anil containing tu acies, more or less.  Joseph II. Leasia, Locator  Dated November 'ml, 1W7.  Si.iiilkameen Land District.   District  oi Yale  TAKE NOTICE tliat Anna Wiis m. of I'ark  Kapids. Minn., occupation Housekeeper,  .mends to applv for permission to purchase  the following described land*: Commenclii-f  at a iw,t planted at the North East corner of  -.v. tlxi.'er's I're-i-niption Kcconl Xo. 11SS, beinj,'  Si ivey Lot No. 7-i'S : theuce East 80 chains  theii-e soiun i��o chains; thence West Si' chain  thence north t>i chains, t.-^poiiit of comiuenet;  ment coutaminir -4S-J actcs. -more or less.  ANNA   WILSON  Per Henry   Strauss,Aj-eit  Oateii Dereinbpr llth.l-n'T.  Experienced Waitress orcbani-  bcrruaid wants position in B. C,  applv B. G-, Post OfQce, bos 330,  Calgary, Alberta.  V*;*--**  ��������� -fyi  YYOii  ���'������':���:��� ���".���-frfSl  ��� Y.Y0&t  Y>$��k  <m  ���������"  .*$&$  zMm  YYYmm.  ���mm  -Y-m  '���r-3$M  r- ������y:$m  .'.���:".-??-fii  -���ymY&  -Y.'y.Yyi<$<  ''''���������'��� yl;* .  ���; -yy-  '���������  ���J,..-;v-1v>.  '* .'.';��� -'.i'h  *. YyY:&  ���Y'Y.;Y4.  ���"'���y.H  m  M0i  YMm THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  53*53*>5aS^53-^^^  ft   ' . " ��  the:  ;.  Brand  ���   Your clothes cannot be neglected.  Every year it  is  becoming still  more  important that the clothes you wear  should be well-made.  THE BROADWAY BRAND  is made by the . Chalcraft Co.���who  employ the most skilful tailors, Their  clothes embody the best shrunk Linen  Canvas,best Felt,best Silesia and Body  Linings, best Haircloth, best Wool  Pads, best Stays,  Well Woited - Perfect Fit ��� Correct Cut  Trv  the  Broadway  for your Spring Suit  ..THE.  rt  u.  e  a  Lit  AGENTS,  Invictus Slater  Shoes,   Pitt Hats.  SPECIAL SALE OF SPRING HATS  ^.-~~.  !>*'-^��*��*>l1-f��  Purely Personal  1-���~'  ���-~~*.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evening-fe  town 2d<prco  ��  &  Always Ask for  ft  n  111!!)  n  li  Greenwood Ciquor go.  IMPORTERS GFEENWCOD  Furniture is a Family Necessity.  Like  new clothes, you  need  new furniture.  We take your old and give you new.  The Cheapest Place to Buy Furniture is from  A. L. Wliite  Phone 19.=3-,Furniture and Stove Man.  >~\j^V/--<  r**\f**\r ���  K. C. B. Frith and Alex McDonald spent the holiday at Keremeos.  L. H. Moffatt, of Rossi and, who  is interested in the Greyhound  mine, is a visitor in the city today*      .     .       ' ' Y'.Y..  C. S. Moss, of the C. P. R.  staff engineers, was inspecting*  the work on the Mother Lode  grade today.  A. D. Hallett returned on Friday last from Victoria, where he  was attending the Grand Lodge  of the K. of P.'s.  H. T. Wickwire returned to his  work in Vancouver on Wednesday afternoon, after spending a  week with his father.  E. Austin. 0. P. R. master me-  cbaic, and D. C. Fraser, bridge  superintendent, of Nelson, were  in Greenwood on Wednesday.  Ernest Miller, of Grand Forks,  barrister, expects to go north as  soon as the townsite at Prince  Rupert is opened, to begin practicing law,  W. T, Hunter and W.C.Thomas  are attending the exhibition of  Admiral Bob Evans' figbtiugfleet  at Seattle this week, lhey are  expected home tomorrow.'  Mrs. W. J. Bowser is with the  attorney-general on, his trip to  the Vernon and Greenwood assizes. While here Mrs. Bowper  was entertained' by Mrs. James  Russell.  Dr. J. B. Porter, one of the  most eminent professors of McGill University School of Mines,  was the guest of F. Keffer,,M. E..  this week.  F. Keffer, M. E.' and J. E.  McAllister, general manager, B.  C. Copper Co., went to the Napoleon mine on Wednesday. "They  returned last evening.  Mrs- McKenzie, of Comox, near  Nanaimo, returned home on Wednesday afternoon. While here  Mrs. McKenaie was the guest of  Mrs. E. H. Mortimer.  Alex Robinson took a whole  surrey load of C. P. R. officials  tothe tie camps on the North  Fork this week. Inspector T.J.  Graham is still here finishing up  his inspection.  Miss Nellie Terry, who has  been attending the Sisters' Convent at Nelson for some three  months, returned on Saturday,  last and has taken a position with  the Hunter-Kendrick Co.  I. Robert Jacobs,' one ot the  pioneers of Greenwood,- who .recently spent a week in town, returned last night from a visit to  Spokane and other places south.  Mr. Jacobs will remain a couple  of weeks, when he intends going  north.  The Palace Li very Stable |  ilS tl!  Exrro ��e  m u  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  F. C. BUCKLESS     PROPRIETOR   Henry Lee, of Midway, was a  visitor in Greenwood on Tuesday. Mr. Lee has just finished  planting 12 acres with fruit trees  this spring. Mr. Lee is one of  the men who have vision and faith  enough to make a country.  Hon. Joseph Martin, Hon.W. J.  Bowser, Mrs. Bowser aud S. H.  Jennings, secretary of the attor-*  ney-general, arrived in Greenwood on Monday. Mr. Martin  went out on Wednesday morning  and the remainder of the party  on Wednesday afternoon.  L. H. Smyth, chief deputy  marshal of the United States  District of Utah, whose home is  in Salt Lake City, was one of  the principal witnesses at the  Cidio trial. A. L. Scarcelli, in  whose brother's hotel Cidio was  arrested, was also a witness.  In honor of the visitors, the  sun shone a couple of days this  week.'  'The Greenwood Steam Laundry will be doing business again  on the 8th of June.  The bowling alley is attracting  quite a number of its former enthusiasts. Edwin Hallett is again  in charge.  Wanted-���Good girl for general housework. Apply ' Mrs,  (Judge) Brown,  Kimberley  ave.  Fishing Tackle, Rods, ' Reels,  Lines, Flies, etc. It pays to deal  at McRae Bros..  Miners' liceuses expire at midnight on May 31st. As this is  Sunday, renewals must be np:  plied for before 1 o'clock on Saturday. /      -  Greenwood is growing. C. H.  Archibald is erecting a cement  block residence on the west side  of Kimberly avenue. The building is to cost over $2,000.  A reduction of 25 per cent, on  last year's Wall Paoer looks  good to many. How about you ?  This reduction means money saved.    McRae Bros.  Quite a number of Greenwood  people took in the celebration at  Grand Forks   ou Mouday.     W.  Hassard's horse took second place  in   the  free-for-all,   and  won  a  special challenge^ race. *���   -  / *  The Cheesaw ball   tossers will  appear in Greenwood on  the 7tb  of   June.    The   local   team has  been greatly strengthened  by a.  number of recent additions���men  who  are   settling   in   the com.  munity.  J. J. O'Malley, R.O.,,the Eyesight Specialist, of Grand Forks,  B.C., will be at the Kootenay  Hotel; Monday to Saturday, June  151 h to 20th. As I am permanently located here you are guaranteed first-class work   at   right  prices.    Save your eyes for me.  1  Boundary   Valley   Lodge No.  38,1: O.O. F., on Tuesday evening last, elected the following  officers: Sid Storer, N. G.; D. A.  McDonald, V. G.; G. B. Taylor,  F. S.; A. Jaynes, R. S.; E. H.  Mortimer, Treas. The installation will take place early in July,  at which time the other officers  will be appointed.  An excursion party of about  thirty students from the Mining  School yof . McGill University,  Montreal^ disbanded here Wednesday at noon. Some of the  boys will work at the Mother  Lode, and some at Rossland for  the summer, and others will go  to oheir homes over Canada and  the United States. The party  left McGill nearly ajnonth ago,  and crossed the. continent in two  special cars. Only one car arrived here, the other one being  discarded at Castlegar because  of the washout at 47-5. The  boys arrived here on Tuesday  morning. . Mr. Gray, one of the  demonstrators, who was of the  party, will spend the summer in  the assay office at the smelter.  The excursion was in charge of  Dr. John Bonsell Porter.  runs out past the junction of the  two g.r.ades, and then the switching being done, comes down.without turning. The grade is a V-  shaped switch-back grade.,/-  The officials of the Court  And  the   witnesses   of   the    various  trials tested the hotel   accommodation of Greenwood  this week.  Among the visitors "were the following: Mr. Justice Clement and  Sheriff H. C. Kerman,   of Grand  Forks; Miss Harris, court stenographer*   J.   A'.   Macdonald,-who  appeared   on   Portman   v.   The  City of Greenwood,   and  W.   P.  Dockeril),   who   defended  Cidio,  all of Rossland; D. Whiteside, E.  Miller.   D.   D.   Munro,    G.   M.  Fripp, Fred Clarke,  E.  Spragg-  ett, H. A. Sheeds. W. B. Bishop,  J. A. Dinsmore, Martin Burrell,  J. A. McCallum,  P.  T.   McCallum, F. E.  Cooper .and C. Scott  Galloway,   all of  Grand  Forks;  W.   H.  Docksteader and  G. W.  Rumberger, of Phoenix;  Constar  bles Jensen of Eholt, and  Aston  of Midway, and C. J. Leggatt of  Midway.  Shape-Holding Coat Fronts  Coats whose shape is cut and built into them  witn a foundation of hair cloth and canvas,  firmly sewn and bound tog-ether, so that the  fronts hold their shape until worn out  ','���'*���" f *  There is nbue of that dragged down appearance fromunder the lapel to the _ bottom of  the coat, no deep vertical wrinkleg, no gen-  eraljlimp appearance.  A man need never worry about leaving* his  cimipfe^  A Double Wedding-  A double wedding took place yesterday at the home of Mr. Donald  Stewart, when Adolphus Stewart Embree, B. A., and Miss Lucy Ladd  McKenzie and William Brouard Em-  bree and Miss Marion Eugenia  Mc-  Bain were united in .marriage. All  the parties are residents" of Greenwood, and the ceremony was performed by Rev. M. D. McKee.  On the afternoon train Mr. and  Mrs. Stewart Embree left for Nome,  Alaska,, where Stewart, who is a  printer, and was a .'type slinger on  "The Miner" -with J. W. Grier.  will edit a paper to warm up the cold  countryside north. Mr. and Mrs.  William Embree will remain in  Greenwood.  DENORO NEWS  CORRESPONDENCE.  The motor of the Denoro Mine  Crusher was put out of business for  two days lastv week owing to' the  lightning burning out a number' of  coils.   ':  . ���   ��� .  Divine service was held last Sunday  ���rt the Miners' Hall, Rev. S. Lundie  officiating. He preached very forcibly on the "Invitation to the Great  Feast," and was greatly appreciated  by the large number present." Sunday  school followed the service.  Mrs. Jas. Cunningham returned'  home Tuesday after spending two  weeks with friends at Greenwood.  Mr. M. W. Ludlow, the genial  proprietor of the Windsor hotel, has  great faith in the future of Denoro,  he having signed a contract for > four  years to carry the. mail to. and from  the Postoffice and Emma mine depot.  Funeral of Mrs. Hewer  The funeral of Mrs. R. H. Hewer,  which was held on Sunday afternoon  last, was attended by a very large  number of friends. A public service,  held in the Presbyterian church, was  conducted by Rev. M. D. McKee,  as were the rites at the grave. The  pall bearers were Messrs. Skeerie,  O'Han'-y, E. H. Mortimer, N. H.  Lamont, J. D. Graham and E. Foyle  Smith.  Low prices combined with high  quality conduce to economy.  This combination is pre-eminent  in our new 1908 Wall Paper stock  ���McRae Bros.  Tierney & Cc.'s grading gang  on the Mother Lode spur has a  good part of the new switch-back  grade in. shape. There is only  one piece of rock cutting in all  the new work, ahd it is not difficult. The new track will leave  the present one just below the  lower trestle, and will pass under  the upper end of the upper trestle and on up tbe side hill until  the upper grade is reduced to a  reasonable percentage.. The tail,  that ls.'theextensibn of the track  after passing the junction of the  upper and lower x grade, will be'  about 650 feet in length. The  upper grade, which leaves the  present track just before it turns  on the trestle work, is already  pretty well down. The distance  between the two bridges is three-  tenths of a mile, so that there is  nearly a mile of grading work to  be done. It has, perhaps, not  been understood that the train  coming from tke Mother   Lode  The mining engineers from McGill IJniversity spent some time Wednesday in* Denoro visiting the Emma  and Denoro mines of the B. C. Copper Co.  Mr. M. W. Ludlow and his sister,  Mrs. E. S. Hines, spent Wednesday  at Grand Forks.  Mr. G. Thompson, Greenwood,  has been here for the last two weeks  painting and paper hanging.  coat or overcoat open.  The original beautiful lines will   stand true  and firm from the day  it leaves   the model  stand until it is worn out.  ��� ' ��� ', .'        , Come in and let us show you this clothing  The HUNTER-KENDRICK  CO., LTD.  ^��-if-'*-j$->-4,-^--$%--*jK-i��--K-*|��--fc  4-.  Rent  Cottage, 4 rooms, close in.  " 4 rooms, near hospital  '���       4 rooms, near Smelter  Log House, 4 rooms " "  Cabins and Rooms in all parts  of the City.     - ���  r*-��-!.-. t  i���.~-,.  .-.A.       O  oeaiey iriymuicui cc ifusi lo.,  OPPOSITE-THE POST* OFFICE".  LICK  X^-*f>->f**|<'��������.��������>-"f*-^ ��-f,*^��^*-f����f�� *f* -*f�� ^1$* ���f' ��*���$��� "f* *-f�� ��f�� *f�� ��f��*J,j->  999��999��99a��99999999aaa99999a99999999a999999:999m99909  t r.  & CO.. Ltd.!  .. DfeALERS IN ..  fresb and Cured meats  Fi$b and Poultry.  a999��aa99ama*a��a��99949a9��aaa*999'^**~09m99*a99&paaa9a*  Sunday School at 3.  CaThomc.���-Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine, service 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in. each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers ,and benediction at 7:30, p. m.- Sunday school a,*  2:30 p.m..REV, J. A. Bedard,'O. M. I.  pastor.  Church gf England (St. Jude's)���  Services every Sunday. Mat-ins, 11  a.m. Evensong, 7:30 p. tn. Sunday  school, 2;30 p, ni; Holy .Communion,  1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 8 a. tn; 2nd  and 4th Sundays after Matins at 11  a. m. Saints'. Day- service as announced ini Church.'���'.*'. Rev. F Vernon  Venables, Vicar.  Application M Liquor License.  In thirty days from date, I Intend to apply  to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for  a renewal of Liquor License for the premises  known as The Rlverclde .Hotel, Kock Creek,  B.C., to commence on July Jst, 1908,  .        S. T. LARSEN, >pplkant,  May 1st, 1908. - -' Rock Creek, B.C  m  LICENSE  ACT, 1900/  TAKE NOTICE that I, Eran O. Lewis, of  Boundary Falls, intend applying to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration ol one month from the date hereof, for a renewal of my hotel license for the premises  known as the Smelter Hotel, at Boundary Falls  , Dated at Boundary Palls, the 7th day of May,  1968.---*- Si-rned, E. O. LEWIS :'';-  May 29 '08  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The following* table pives the ore shipments of "Poun'dary mines for 1900, 1901, *902, 1903,  1904, 1905, 1906 and 1907, as reported to the Greenwood Times���  ���'y-M  Minf. MOO*  Granby Mines  64,533  ��*,340  19,494  The old timers of Denoro are  still  pouring in from all parts.    They  say  there's no place like Denoro."  Denoro can boast of several chicken  ranches with a liberal supply of fresh  eggs. The only thing lacking here is  cow's milk. Many of the folks here  have forgotten the tast�� of it.  In all probability, the Emma  will start up on the 1st of June.  AT THE CHURCHES  mine  Presbyterian���Services will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a.m.  and 7!30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKete, Pastor.    ,  Methodist���Rev. F, J. Rutherford  B. A., will conduct set vises as usual at  Methodist Church morning and evening  Suowshoe  B; C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode..  B. C. Mine   Emma   Oro Denoro..    _   Bonnie Belle   _   Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem.   , Idaho    _   Rawhide     ..  Sunset    _   Mountain Rose.     Athlestan    1,200  Morrison..    _ ..-..  R. Bell   Senator   Brey Fo-rle    ���.*..���  No. 37_....:       Reliance       Sulphur King    _   Winnipeg....    1,076  Golden Crown......   2,250  King* Solomon.....  _   Big Copper _. :...  No. 7 Mice :....  _   City of Paris _   _......  Jewel -       160  Riverside   Carmi :....  .'. .....  Sally   Rambler   Butcher Boy ...  Duncan *...      Providence    Elkhorn ;      Strathmore .*  Golden Eagle   Preston...... ���   .......  Prince Henry      Skylark    ........  Last Chance..:...   E. P. U. Mine    Bay   Mavis   Don Pedro.......   Ceescent   Helen .-_....*.���..  Ruby       .  Republic.......;....   Miocelllaneousi.;...   3,230  1901       1902"       1903  231,762   309,858  39-*,718  297      1,741.  20,800    71.212*  1904  549,703  1905  653,889  1906        1907  801,404   613,537  8,426   135.0C1  99,034  47,405  650  141,326  14,811  8,530  138,079  19,365  22,937  15,537  174,298   147,576   105.90C   208,231  ..'.        1,488      1,712  9,485     11,804  3,007      3,177  Past  1908   Week  444,354 .21,489  367  5,610    3,5*0  37,960  16,400  18,274  14,-Sl  1,650     1,2(0  32,350  3,070  3,250  1,759  "  4.586  3,450  222  364  33  55,731  '25,108  3.056  .4,747  140,685  2,960  >  "7,455  "Tso  '  26,032  48,390  , 3,555  802  "S9B  iS.731  .'5,646  3,339  560  ��� 363  1,833        '  I,<40  785  625  2,435  33  150  875  586  665 .  482  2,060"  890  2,000  30  145  360     1  30  * ..  79  106  76     9  18  43,295  12,253 ,  64,173  31.270  31,258  649  219  993  400  167  80  3,456  325  500  726  .325  52  50  300  60  750.  770  150  20  535  689  255  I "'  20  40  90  80  20  500  1,140  -    40  140  "'20  ��� 15  589  ~4S  90  65  :  ...80  40  '700  , 20  55  60*  22+  30  ....53  390,800.503,876  690,419   829,808, 933,5481,161,5371,148,237  -1^2,0:4   26,19^  '413,826    20,532.;  Total, tons......... 96.600  Smelter  treatment���  Granby Co '62.387-230,828   212,340   401,921   596,252   687,988* 828,879   637,626 '  B.C. Copper Co ���   117,611   148,600   162,913   219,484   210,830   123.840   341,952  . Dom. Cop. Co,..        ........    132,570      30,930    84?059   218,811   153,439     ."!"."*!"���>  Tot -Jj'-fltccid..  C2,:-i9   Ut,^9   460,940   C97.4C4   ��37,CC6   St^il-f 1,1*12^031.2^7oi7"    41^6 2dis"^


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