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 !   ��  /;  J!$^<  a  VOL. 13  ".     &*��� 1.-,    -\    -.-���J'.i-T.*-^  GREENWOOD,   B   C,   FRIDAY,    FEBRUARY 5,  1909.  000000<>{>00000<>000<KH>00000<>   00<K>0<K><K>0<>0<>0<K><>0<}0<>0<>0-CK>  Saturday   and   Monday,  For Saturday and Monday- only, we  wiliplace on Sale bur entire line of  15c Flannelette and Wrapperette for  10 cents per Yard  BARCLAY* CO.  DRY GOODS���BOOTS & SHOES-^MILLINERY  0��0��0��0-OOo��w��0<X><><>-0<>0^  No. 22  GENERAL MINING  't  ty-i^ff*\***\*t*\***\*tf\0i*\*rr\^*\mj*\^f\*r*\t, ^--WW--  jGAPITAL INTERESTED.  #��������� ���   : ������ -  ^ r t^ it*-K ir ��^ t^V-K* ip-^ ip ^  v .-��  V -       k  .%..':"������ fc  5 Start the New Year  Right *  By getting a  Mbgin^ watch  ������������^^���.-.^-^I?hey-are the Best in the World,  y'Ijgsy. J  A. LOGAN & CO.  fa  A  ���%  Have these Watches at all prices, from $7 to $100,  They are absolutely guaranteed.  Call and See Them  -*  -*  **  fc  *  1ft  '-% Special discount on all watch cases during this month fc  ���-"S.   -      ������  -   ���^.-w       ,  .   ,' ��� ."."������''$������?  ���4 '"'��.'"  --���-i-r^V-"*-*.^-*-.:  00-9-00000-0*0-00-0'0>00>00>000>0-0'0<K>-0-''K^  Making a weir known  Underwearbetterknown  Stanfield's Under-Wear is the best  value manufactured  The only place you can secure this line is from us.  Mens Heavy Grey Ribbed, all wool       $2.50 Suit  Mens Extra Heavy Grey, all wool 3.00 Suit.  Mens Heavy Brown Ribbed, all wool       4.00 Suit.  Mens Fine Ribbed Grey, all wool 4.00 Suit.  Mens Fine Ribbed Grey, all wool 5.50 Suit.  The above lines are guaranteed not to Shrink.  P. W. GEORGE & CO.  Thc only Exclusive Dealer in Men's Wear in Greenwood  o^o^e'��oa**>Qo<>ooo<>o<>o<>--><><-^^  Renewed Activity Promised for the  y     -..   , . Boundary  Among other indications of renewed activity in miuing lines the  coining season comes the report of  the work now being carried forward by the Boundary Miuing and  Exploration company of this city.  A representative of the company has recently returned from a  trip to St. Paul, Chicago, New  York, and other eastern points,  where he has succeeded in awaking interests in the mineral possibilities in the vicinity of Greenwood.  As an immediate result  ofthe  efforts of the companv Mr. C.  B.  Dunster a mining   engineer   representing large   mining interests  in   Marquette,   Michigan,    who  made some examinations of local  properties here   last   November,  will return as soon as the snow is  off to make further examinations  of prospects which it is expected  his principals will take ovei.    It  is stated that some ot   these pro- j  perties are near Greenwood   and  others on Wallace mountain.  The Boundary Mining and Exploration company have secured  representatives in St, Paul, Chicago, Cleveland. Philadelphia and  New-York and are now in a position to take advantage of the  long'"heralded returu of prosperity-and the resultant release of  money for investment and speculative purposes. The companv  Has' several ^pT^je^s -^ow  aaS*^;  way, including timber as well as  mining deals.  The latent possibilities of this  part of the Boundary oountry' are  well known in Greenwood, but  unfortunately they have not up  to the present been generally recognized by the country at large.  It is hoped that the work of the  local company may result in brine*  ing these possibilities to public  uotice in such a 'way that good  may result both to those who become interested and to the people  of this locality.   The directors ot  dertftking, a confidence yvhich  seems to be well grounded if oce  miy judge by what has already  b?en accomplished.  It appears to us that one thing  is essential to this success���lhe  cooperation of owners of, local  properties in the way of placing  fair valui's on their holdings and  giving investors a fair show for  th* ir money. It takes capital to  develope a prospect into ajpaying  mine even under favorable conditions, and men of means will not  be induced toconsiderdeals involving very large initial payments.  It is to be-hoped that past mistakes in this line may not be repealed but tbat.present opportuD.  ites may be wisely taken advantage of with a broad grasp of future possibilities.  CITY COUNCIL  Granby Consohdatt-d's production for the year 1908 exceeded  23,5000,000 pounds ot copper, an  increase of over 50 per cent, as  compared with the preceding  year. This year's output should  approximate 26,000,000" pounds.  There is every reason for , confidence that Granby will be able  tp earn and pay quarterly dividends ot $2 per share until' such  time as it has sufficiently enlarged its smelting capacity to: warrant a still further increase in  divident payments. On all reactions Granby stock should be  bought for both speculation aud  investment.���Walker's Letter.  The heavy snowfall has assisted mining in the ^locoi ��� and  Kootenay by helping rawhiding.  The Queen Mine has shipped  another gold brick valued at  $4000.  It is reported that W. M. Williams has discovered valuable  veius of platinum bearing ore, 60  miles south of Hope.  Sheriff Tuck, of Nelson, and  W. H. Herchmer, representing  the Crow's Nest   Pass  Goal   Co.,  have seized at Kimberley the pro-  the company express absolute con- '-perty for which the Sullivan Min-  fidence in the success of their un- inff Co. has not paid.  O000<>0<>000-00<>0<>0<>0000^0<><>0000<>0<>000000<>0<>000<>0<>0<>000  . r-or Sore Throats,  Gargaline  /   .> Large Bottle 25c  Carlsbad Salts  For Rheumatic Troubles.       '*���   / ��� *�����   <*-  75c  SCHOOL REPORT  JANUARY  FOR  Division I.���J. L. Watson.  Pupils   actually   attending  18  Average daily attendance  16 55  Percentage of regularity  9194  Pupils present every session: Ernest  Anderson, Mildred Hancock, George  Redpath.Hazel Redpath, Bertha Smith,  Gordon Smith.  Division II.���J. I. McKenzie.  Pupils actually attending  28  Average daily attendance  24 30  Percentage of regularity  86.  Pupils present every session:  Henry Anderson, Donald McAllister,  Lena Archibald, Grace Redpath, Rus-  sel Hunter, Harold Hutitir, Robert  Smith,Sutherland Smith, Eileen Jakes,  Joy Cummings, Anna Mackenzie.  Division III.���C. E. Stevenson.  Pupils actually attending.  Average daily attendance.  Percentage of regularity.  Pupils   present every session:  Ernest   Archibald,   Waldo   Jordan,  Leo   Barnett,   Vera   Redpath,   Ruby  Smith, Francis  Jordan, Arthur Rees,  Pearl  Johnston,    Harold   McKenzie,  Jack Wilson.  37  31.93  89.05  English Throat Antiseptic*  Pastilles  The Good Kind.  25c  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO.  The Store of  Quality,  ��000000ooooooc*��o-oo*o*o*ooo-o-o^  Anaconda School Report  Number attending 29  Total daily attendance  444  Average daily attendance 22.22  Best   attendance���waiter   Johnson,  Theo J, Boak, Maurice Daignault.  M. A. Salo, Teacher  Railroad Activities-  Railroad construction will be  very brisk in British Columbia  the coming summer. The C.P.R.  intend building a section of the  Kootenay Central; the Canadian  Northern aims to extend their  line from the prairies to the  coast; the Grand Trunk Pacific  will rush work on the transcontinental line through the province;  the Great Nor the * will bs active  in the V.V. & E. and may extend  their short K. & S line again into Sandon.  METALS.  All the members were present  at the Council meeting ou Tuesday evening.  Letters were read from the  Provincial Secretary namiag as  Police Commissioners. Sydney  Johnson and F. W. McLaine; as  Licence Commissioners Sydney  Johnston and W. B. Fleming,  ���Mayor Bunting ex-officio, being  chairman of each board ; from  Dr. Fagan. re subscription to Anti-Tuberculosis Society;  G. H. Cropley, re supplying  wood in payment of taxes; Mlnto  Craigie, re lumber ; E, Jacobs,  thai.-k.ing the Council for courtesies extended to the Mining Institute.  The letters from Provincial  Secretary and E. Jacobs were  filed.  Aid, Johnson���Aid. Wilson���  That a check for $30 be sent to  Dr. Fagan and that Dr. J. E-  Spankie be named as a gdvernor,  and letter filed.  Mr. Cropley's letter filed, Clerk  to  answer   same.    Mr.   Craigie's  letter filed, ordering of lumber to  be left   with   Street   committee  Quantity .not to exceed 10,000 ft.  The Finance Committee reported the following accounts correct:���  E. W. Bishop $31 15  B.C. Times  98 50  B*.C. Gazette    2 50  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co....       60  Kinney and Macdonald...    5 40  Nelson Daily News    4 80  Steam Laundry    2 55  The Ledge  10 00  Fir�� pepartment ...-..(:  63 00  Water committee Report-id both  reservoirs full, that mains had  been flushed and Twin Creek water shut off.  Aid. Meyer���Aid. Dixon���That  the clerk be instructed to write  the "Ledge" pointing out the in-  advisabilityof the paper publishing untruthful statements respecting the city's water system  and ask that paper in the next  issue contradict the statements  made.  Aid. Dixon gave notice of Bylaw to amend Indemnity By-law.  The aldermen have signified  their willingness to act without  remuneration for the ensuing  year.   The Mayor to receive $250  The. City Clerk's salary was reduced to $125 per month and the  driver's salary to $110.  The position of Medical Health  Officer was tendered to Dr. Oppenheimer at a salary of $100 per  year.  The Mayor and Aid. Gullev  were appointed a committee to interview Mr. McLeod, City Solictor, in respect to his salary and  and duties.  Curling  The first of the two series of  four games for the P. Burn's cup  was played on Monday night between Phoenix and Greenwood  rinks the score resulting in favor  of Greenwood by 3-1.  The remaining series will be  played here and at Phoenix tonight.  W, G. McMynn will take his  rink to Rossland next week to  compete in the Bonspiel of the  B.C. Curling Association.  Associated Boards of Trade.  Sale of Orchard Lands.  Grand Forks Property Sells High.  The deal which has been  pending for some time for  the sale of  Joseph L. Manley's  ten-acre   orchard and ten acres of unimproved  land has been closed, Mr,   Manly  disposing of his property  to Eugene Herri ck,   formerly   of   Edmonton, Alta., but who last year  year rented a ten-acre tract on the  Covert estate,   says   the   Grand  Forks Sun.    The price paid   was  $9,000,   Mr.   Manly receiving a  ranch   near   Edmonton   as   part  payment.    Although this   figure  may seem high to   some   people,  it is generally conceded that Mr.  Herrick has secured a bargain, as  the   orchard   is   a good revenue  producer.  Mr. Manly has also sold his  ranch of 100 acres of unimproved  land to Greenwood parties for  $4,500.  Agents Galore.  Hockey,  Within the last two years-close  on to One Thousand Conservatives ha)>e bet^  the McBride government to be  commissioners for taking affidavits ��f persons applying to have  their names placed on the provincial voters' lists. The Official  Gazette, dated January 7th, contains notices of the appointment  of 92 of these Conservative Affidavit Commissioners for the City  of Vancouver alone, 20 for Richmond Electoral District, 18 for  Skeena Electoral District, 21 for  Similkameen Electoral District,  and 5 for other Electoral Districts;  or a total of 146 in One Week, at  a time when no elections are  pending.���Prince Rupert Empire.  Subscribe for The Times  At the eleventh annual meeting of the Associated Boards of  Trade of Eastern B.C., at which  Greenwood was represented by J.  A- Russell and F. W. McLaine,  the former executive was elected  as follows:  President���G. O. Buchanan,  Kaslo; vice-pres.���F. A. Starkey,  Nelson; secretary���A. B. Mackenzie, Rossland.  The most important matters discussed were : Decision   that  the  district   must   be  represented at  the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Expos-  tion by the best exhibit possiblei  with   a   well   posted   official in  charge.    The   Dominion  government is asked to aid  experiments  in electrical zinc smell rig, carried  on at the Canada Zinc Works in  Nelson, aud that au   adjustmeut  of duties   on   zinc coming   into  Canada be   made, also   that   the  government be asked io insist on  the construction by the C.P.R of  a line   filling   the   gap  between  Kootenay Lauding' and   Proctor  now covered by a steamboat   service.  Many recommendations wert  sent to the provincial government  on district matters.  The next meeting will be at  Nelson in 1910.  Suspects Arrested.  That Chi f CMstablc Buabury  has lost no lime in getting down  to business is evidenced by his  landing the three men suspected of  doing the Bridesville hold-up.  Ben Hart, a young man from  the Toredo Creek country, was  brought into Greenwood gaol early Sunday morc^g* i-^kii-c^i-n*--^���  her two, Bill aidrCreve Newman  (brothers), are in Oroville gaol  fighting extradition. Hart is said  to bave made a confession* implicating the others, and was remanded for eight days by Magistrate  McMynn pending further develop-  in euts.  He will appear again <m Monday. Constable Bunbury left for  Oroville a-^ain on Su*id iy afternoon.  Tbe Lilies' Guild of St. Jude'���-.  church will meet at Mrs. Fair's  ��� >n Tuesday at 2 30. Th.- Guild  intenl holdi-iir ������ prom-nade concert in the Eli-lea' Hall some  lime before len-\  i* ������> -i i ���  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  The following table -(i-vo. Hit oie i-liij,rn i i-. ���>( ]j<>i>rcU<t> in nit- <<>i 1'iu. )'i 1. 1-0.*, I'KM.  1904, 1905, 1906, 1907.19(1- as reported to the Greenwood Tii-iicn���  I'.-i-t  1901        1902        1903         1904         1'IOS        1/W6 l'H/r l'*"*-* I'Hft    Weuk  231.762    309.S58   391,718   S49.703   (,-J.l��9   801,404   IVJ.S.n 1,028,747 91.S4  1,741     20,800     71.212                    8.420   I3SO<:i 50,7% 3b^>lb    8.IS4  New   York,     Feb.   3���Silyer,  52>��; copper, 13J< to 13)*2, steady  London.Feb. 3���Silver 24; lead,  ^13.  Mrs. M. E. Keith,Graud President of the Order of Rebekahs,  was presented with a souvenir  spoon aud entertained with a visit to the Mother Lode mine while  at Greenwood.  Feb, 3���Closing quotations on  the New York curb and Spokane  exchange:  Bid Asked  B. C. Copper 7.62 7 87  Granby     97 110.00  Dominion Copper    25 37j^  Copper Quotations.  B.C. Copper S7.37^ 7.75  Granby  98 102.00  Dominion Copper       25   37J-2  The hockey match between  Greenwood and Grand. Forks on  Tuesday night was a victory for  wiiini-^t-.  J        �� Golden Crown     2,250  Kinp Sol-.tin-n   Mink.  f-ranby   Mines-...  Snowshoe   U.C. Copper Co....  Mothei Lode-...  II. C. Mine   F.mtna   Oro UtMi-jru   N-ipo'eoii   Others      Ilnm. Copper Co  Itroohlyn-Stem.  Idaho   Rawhide  Sunset      Mountain Rohc  Athlestan   Morrison..   K. H'-l!    Senator   Ilrey Fof**lo   No. 37.      Reliance     Sulphur Klnir   99,034    141,326    138.079   174,2'* 147.57<��    lOc.'-OC 2U--.231 :*'4,(i35 44.20*  19,494     47,405     14,811      19,365        1.4-a 1,*12      ,//  650       8,530     22,937     37.960 9.485     M.WM     1H.274              /-J  15.537     16,4-JO 3,'X)7       3,177 l-t,*Bl 58,98��    <WJ-  M35    20  32, "M     55,731    14(>.Ut.'i  ll.:i3  402  802  550  7,455     15,731  3,07.1  3.2i0  1.75.9  25.IC8  3.036  4,747  1,076  the home boys by a score of 4 to  3, and was 3 to 1 at half-time the  Greenwood boys having the best  of the game from the start.  A number of the players from  both teams were, sent \o the wall  by the persistent endeavors of tbe  referee to have the game played  according to the rules. In the  match with Phoenix on Friday  the score stood 7-7 at full time,  Phoenix scoring the eighth goal  in the play-off. .  Each delegate tothe Associated  When   you   want  Wall-pape-,  send for us.  Sgure on  the finished job.    Mc-| ter management with a handsome  Rae Bros. ' silver bar valued at $7.25.  Big Copper.  No. 7 Mine-   City of Paris ....  Jewel.   Riverside,.   Carmi   Sally   Rambler   Butcher Boy   Duncan i   Providence..   Elkhorn   Strathmore   Golden Eagle .. .  Preston   Prince Henry ...  Skylark.   Last Chance   E. P. U. Mine....  Bay   Mavis..   Don Pedro   Ceesccnt   Helen   Ruby.���   Republic   Miscclllaneous..  160  5,640  4.5KO  3.339  560  363  2,435  3.4a>  222  364  33  1,'40  786  625  875  665  482  2.000  350  2.060  890  79  145  219  993  400  726  32��  52  50  167  300     SO  60  3,4$6  as  500  7=0  *��*,'>32  48,3*H)  3^5.*>  1,833  43.2-'5        4.-/-0  2.900     12.2-3  61,17.1      11.971  31.270  11.258  3,450  398  .    9  649  33  150  586  30  106  779  ISO  20  S3S  689  2--S  73  20  40  90  80  20  500  30  f-5  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  20  15  5S9  90  130  40  700  20  515  60  224  30  45  ��� ,        rm       j .- ,m      ���,        Total, tons     390,800   50AH76   690,419   829,808   933.54S 1,161,5371,148,237   Boards of Trade meeting at Trail ��� smei-er trcatment-  ���...,. I ^    ,  .       ...       ���,      ., ,    [GranbvCo..     ..   3��,��8   212,340   401,921    596,252   687.988   8M.S79   637,636  1.057.544  We will give you a j was presented by the trail smel-| u.c. c��ppcr eo in.6ii i48,wo ifl-y*L3 219,484 2i<)-**a i**.S4o 341,93   76.04-.  liom. C-op. Co,     13Z570 30 84,099   21SU<11   15*431      J-Joii  90,027  3-V-ji  SV--37  �����  Tutal reduced... 62,389   348.439   460,940   697,404 837.666   982,8771,172,403133,017 THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  {ffffgnfflfflfflffl?  Cr*  Cr*  CF*  cr*  Cr*  8  Cf*  fp*  Cjf*  (r*  Cr*  Cr*!  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  ..Bank of Montreal.  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Rest.  .$12,000,000.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000  UMD1VIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President:   Lokd Stratbcowa and Mount '-oval, <J. C. M. G  President:   Sir Grorob A. Drommon-o.K.C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager  Sir E. S. Cloosto*-*, Bart  Blanches in London, Eng. j4SJ1.Pfiaiffi. \ >��w Yorh, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling: Exchan-*:e and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partfcji tlie world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greeo**ooi Branch.    W. F. PROCTW, Manager.  mmmrnmmm  *=�����  he condition of the industry in England and Germany where by-products  are made use of to tremendous extent  in the production of power, and called attention to the fact, that with the  possible exception of the power installation at the Niagara Falls, the largest  power plant in the world, with a capacity of 137,000 horsepower, operates  entirely by means of gas engines driven by the waste gases given off in the  manufacture of iron..  The paper is being forwarded to  the parent institute for publication in  its transactions.  PROVINCIAL ITEMS |  it}azna!M.izx���*K&uivW.mv.w.MW.!Vw.w.M/xm-���n4&  The B.C. Dairymen's Association is taking steps to check the  spread of tuberculosis in cattle.  The announcement that the  Canadian Northern would con--  struct a line down the N-rth  Thompson has caused a real-estate flurry in Kainloop**.  73 Years in Business.        Capital and  Reserve Over $7,000,000.  Money  Orders  Small sums of money can be  transmitted safely ��� conveniently���-aud at triiii:i!j expense  ���by our l)aii!:erj' Association  Money Orders.  3 cents.  6       "  <<  Money  Orders for 8 5.C0 or  under  co:t  " " 5.00 to  $10.00    "  ���-              " " 10.00 to     3000    "     IO  ���*            " " 30.00 to    50.00    "     15      "  Greenwood BranclWH. F. STOV, Manager,  W. R Williams, "judge," will  leave Phoenix to take up his residence in Vancouver.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:       -'Hauhtt."  1 Bedford M'Neill's  Cooks ������( Moreinjf & Near.--  GameawooD. B. O"  Leiber's  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  ho. 38. l.O.O. P.  Meets e-very   Tuesday  Evening at 8 00 In  the  |. ��. O. F. Hall.    A cordial In-H tatlon is ex  lended lo all -ioinnrnln|f brethern.  D. A. MACDONALD A. JAYNES.  N. G. V. G.  A. LOGAN.   Ret*. Sec.  Ch��  Boundary Creek Times  issued every f rldav  Millar & l)AVii>s<is, Lessees.  ient to transfer the noise to Victoria.  Even tbe Okanagan people will in  time grow tired of those left-handed  compliments.  British Columbia has had an Earthquake. Of course the Reformers  will blame it on Bowser. ���Hamilton  Spectator.  No they won't earthquakes are not  made by wind.���Saturday Sunset.  J. M. MILLAR  Manager  SUBSCRIPTIONS II  {"BR   YBAK    f  S-J- Months...   TO   FORBH-W   CotJNTRJBS .  ADVANCE.  2 00  1 2��  2 50  Ho  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY S,  1909  AN ELECTION TELEGRAM  Robert Stevenson, of Sardis, is-  soliciting support for a wagon  road over the Hope mountains  from Hope to Similkameen.  The cost of tbe 54 miles is estimated at a $1,000 a mile and it  would put the upper country ic  more direct communication witb  the coast besides -stimulating the  development of mineral properties in tjz<* Tulai--��e^-*> country.  R. L. Borden has declared in Parliament that his famous telegram to  Mr. Barnard, of Victoria, on the 24th  of October last was not as given out  by Mr. Barnard and printed in the  Conservative press.  The phrase "exclusion of Asiatics"  had been added, making the article a  forgery.  Mr. Barnard'-5 maiden speech in  the House was an endeavor to square  himself with his fellow-members by  shifting the blame to the "Colonist,"  which paper says that it has no satisfactory explanation to offer and that it  had acted in good faith.  Were it not for this forgery Mr.  Barnard would not be a member of  the Parliament of Canada.  The affair is the subject of talk  from the Atlantic to the Pacific and is  looked upon as nothing short of a national humiliation.  Col. W. C. Greene has lost his  3,000,000 acres of concessions in  the State of Chihuahua through  speculations in Wall street.  Formerly a cow-man, he opened up the great Cananea copper  fields; but ambition has cost bim  his property, broken his health,  and smashed his stupendous plans.  Prospectors are flocking to the  Greene estates and still greater  developments will no doubt taka  place, but tbe constructive genius  of Col, Greene will be remembered as one of the most potent fac  tors in the development of tbe  mineral fields of America.  While a failure at the end  his career has been a brilliant  success,  The paper of Superintendent Mcintosh on the mining methods in  vogue at the Mother Lode mine of  the B.C. Copper Co. was a clear and  interesting description of the tnann- r  in which the copper ore was extracted  the astounding part being the large  amount of ore broken per man per  day-  Those unfamiiiar with mining cannot understand nor appreciate the important role filled by the mining engineer, such as constimtethemember-  bership of the Mining Institute.  He must be a man of many parts  not only in science but in economics  as well, and to properly manage such  aggregations of capital as required by  such organizations in the Boundary  and elsewhere requires business ability  of no mean order.  He must be thoroughly informed  on many subjects pertaining to his  profession; and above all his word  must be beyond reproach.  If the investing public would consult the legitimate engineer more free-  y than it does they would be taking  advantage of the greatest protection  from loss which they may obtain.  The knavery attending the flotation  of some mining companies in B.C.  in previous years had disastrous effects  on the mining industry in this province,  and the same thing has been recently  known to obtain in the Cobalt district.  jThe capabJe and honorable mining  engineer is easily the most important  individual in any mining country for  he is the safe-guard for the intending  investor, and the greatest factor in the  production of mineral wealth from  money already laid out.  KETTLE VALLEY FRUIT  LANBS=���-������  Hon. Mr. Templeman, Mini ter  of Mines, has gone to Comox V.  lin,   accimpanied   by   Mr.  Wm  Sloan.  Frank Sbeperd, late Conservative candidate for Nanaimo, has  beeu appointed Inspector of mines  by the Provincial government.  The Queen Charlotte Islands  are covered with a heavy fall of  snow.  D. D. Mann, vice-presidont of  the Canadian Northern railway  stated at Vancouver that his  company must have aid from the  Government to induce them to  lav their line to the coast.  A New Westminster co: vict  who escaped 18 months ago has  been brought back from Yakima  to complete his sentence.  Myncaster on the Great Northern 4   miles-cMid^ay on CJPm^ 6  miles,    Lands for Sale in 5 to 20   (Acre Lots, withwater rights  $or particulars apply to <Z). R.   Tait,  Midway.  Ex-Warden Bourke's lettr���* regarding the escape of Bill M'ner  from New Westminster, will be  brought before parliament br J.  D. Taylor.  The Imperial Government will  hand Esquimalt over to the Dominion.  The silver production of the  Slocan district for last year was  953,000 oz,  The Associated Boards of  Trade passed a resolution unking  the early construction of the link  in the Crow's Nest line between  Proctor and Kootenay landing.  Tbe population of New Westminster is 12,1S)8, and that city  wiil be given a letter-delivery ser-  vice  MRS MURRAY, -jraduate in ��� ��oal  and instrumental music, is prep-nod to  receive pupils in piano, organ and  voice. Latest Conservatory m* hods  taught. Class in Greenwood, Mi-day,  Tuesday and Wednesday; Mi.I way,  Thursday; Phoenix, Friday and -.itur-  day. For terms and further pa ticu-  lars apply at room 34, Pacific Hen el.  Pacific Hotel  GRIKG &   MORKlSON, Prop.  The Pacific, is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  The Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  + *f�� + *f�� *f* "fr *f* *f *fr  Coppe r  HANDBOOK.  (New Edition  issued March, 1908.)  Size :   Octavo.    Pages :   1228.  Chapters : 25.  Scone: The Copper Iudustry   of   the  World.  Covering ; Copper History. Geologv,  Geography, Chemistry. Mineralolgy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitute**,Terminology  Deposits hy Districts, States, Conn tries  and Continents, Mines in l>etail, Statistics of Production, Consumpti-n, imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  eic.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  AT THE CHURCHES  Frksbytkrian���Services will be con  ducted morning and evening,   11  a.m.''*-  and 7 30 p m.  Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Subscribe for The Times  The increase of salary to civil servants will probably have a better effect  in removing the practice of petty  grafts than any commission of Inquiry  could nave.  It is a wise measure that lessens the  incentive to do wrong.  MINING INSTITUTE.  The member for Cowrichan is surely a humorist. With apples and  stale eggs selling al 5 cents a piece he  asks the legislature to lend encouragement to the fruit grower and the poultry raiser,  Perhaps since Mr. Burrell's back  down in the matter of increased duty  Among the papers read before the  members of the Mining Institute last  week the article by Mr. A. Burnett,  of the B. C. Copper company, on the  Gas Engine was the most interesting.  Beginning with a brief description  of the latest type of such engines Mr.  Burnett gave an outline of the fundamentals of a power gas producer on  various fuels, dealing with the chemical  and mechanical features which distinguish the modern successful producer  from the earlier unsuccessful Siemen's  producer,  The paper showed that the combination of gases which taken individually are unsuitable, when generated  simultaneously in a modern producer  become an ideal form of prime mover.  The second part of the paper dealt  with the status of the gas engine industry, its economic importance in the  arts, the causes of its failue to maintain its position with the steam engine  and the probable direction of further  improvements ; and concluded by  suggesting means whereby the gas-  engine or "internal combustion motor" can be applied to the requirements of mining.  In   the   discussion   following Mr  TWELFTH  ANNUAL  0*000000000000000000*9009��0��  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in all kinds of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Mouldings,  Windows, Doors.  Shingles, Bricks,  Cement,    etc.,   etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.]  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  PHONE ��5.  oooooooooobooooooooooooooo  Methodist���Rev. F. J. Ruth-u-ford  B.A., will conduct set vises as usual at  Methodist Church morning and evening  Services every Sunday, morning and  Sunday'School at 3.  Cathouc.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.-���Divine service 1st, thirdand  fourth Sunday in each month. 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My hands wm  actually in a raw state.    I suffered cruelly lyii l>  awake night after night with ihe burning, itchii j-  fensaiion and pains which followed.      For months I could nol be:r my hands ���������  water and did very  very little wo:k about the house.     Varir.us remedies weie  tried still the disease was not checked and I was now almost discouraged when a  statement in the newspaper made by some person who had been cured of asimihr  ���liscast by using Zam Bult caught niy r.Uention.    I obtained a box of Zair.-3uk  and Ugan using it.    Each application brought great relict.    It checked almost  eft?*, uus*.   <9is*-��u.ti<*   *u>v   ���"���Manilj- the burning   and   itching   and  HEALING, SOOTHING AND  noifacd ihe pains, and loon banUhed all  _ ANTIStPTIC inflammation and swelling and in about  Zam-Buk cure, cuts, bnrra Kalda,   lhrcc weekj from conun.ndng wit!)-Jam.  ilcei-i, nngwotm, itch, barbef. rub,   Buk, 1 wc- cured of thi. dreadI dUease,"  pimples ana eruptions, blood pouon,  bad leg, malt rheum, abrasion-,, abces-  ses and all skin diseases.  As an embrocation it is good for rheumatism,  sciatica and all nerve paint when welt  rubbed in. Of all stores and druggists,  50 cents boa or from Zarp-Bok Co.,  Toronto, postpaid for price.  FREE!  Send to tlie  Zam-BukCo.  Toronto for a  free tampl-..  Cat out thi'  coapoa ai.d ,  mail with i:. \  stamp for  postaj-a, 6 k 3  The Best Appointed Work-  ingmen's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  EJleot'ricity.    Hot and  Cold Baths.  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Lighted   throughout   with  electric lights.  First-class Bar.    Strictly up-to-date gxroda.  ���     FIRST CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NI6HT  x*+**+jr****+*��++++**++ + 4.4*4mX  Arlington Hotel  -fflt-r-Ay^^  .l.Blumrfamfmfmmgmaaa^mmmfmf^^qma^awaam  The Arlington is centrally  located, warm rooms, good  meals and a Bar stocked  with the best Liquors  and Cigars.  '   C. A, Dempsey, Prop.  E Hi ffi IIHI  *  *  4-*  *^��-f����f-4-��S--4��-l"*i"  Electric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of  continuous i < v f *  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  rlJnMMfWI^^^^VVVVI<V���y^r~���^���VY���^(^���^|fwy||mYwM,^. .-fn,������-,  GENERAL NOTES I  :*P.resident-elect Taft is'at Pan-  atria.  E. J. Chamberlain, lale of lie  Car. Atlan-ic railway, has been  appointed gen ral minagerof the  G.T.P.  The supplementary commercial  j'l treaty    between     Canada  France has been signed.  Itis probable that the surtax on  German goods will shortly b.�� rer  moved.  Shareholders in the Standard  Oil received $10,000,000 in dividends for the last quarter of 1-J08,  a id $40,000,000 for the year.  Do You Open tour Month  Like a young bird and gulp down what*  :ver food or medicine may be offered you V  Or, do you want to know something of the  composition and character of that which  yon take Into your stomach whether as  food or medicine V  Most intelligent and sensible people  now-a-days insist on knowing what they  *mploy vhother as food or as medicine.  Dr. Plerco boliovcs they have a perfect  ri-jht to insist upon snch knowledge. So he  publlshes,>feBoadcast arid on eacb bottle-  AvraEper, whaOj?m��Ucines are made of  anovfe^esJWfia^r-otiflft Thls_he feels  he can weUjuford to do becfi-iise tht* mora  tfiqjngredients of which his medicines  are made are studied and understood tKo  more will their superior curative virtues  hPR-mrecTateaT  and For the cure of woman's peculiar weaknesses, irregularities and derangements,  giving rlso to frequent headaches, backache, dragglng-down pain or distress in  '.oivor abdominal or pelvic region, accompanied, ofttinios, with a debilitating,  pelvic. g'\tarrlial drain und kindred symptoms of weakness, Dr. Pierce's Favorite  Prescription Is a most efficient remedy,  [t Is equally effective In curing painful  periods, In giving strength to nursing  mothers and Iii preparing tho system ol  the expectant mother for baby's coming,  thus rendering childbirth safe and comparatively -palnluss. The "Favorite Prescription " is a most potent, strengthening  grade in tbe Crow's Nest between  Ho-mer and the Summit as part  of that company's work in connection with tbeir second transcontinental line.  C-ild sTr-s, cliapppd hf-nds. Hirer.-*,  scalp j-ore.*, rinif-worm, l-looxi-poiso -  ing, and eczema . It is als-> u.-.e<J ex-  teti.-ively.for piles, for which it is without ��� qtMl All drat-gists and stores --all  at ,-0c a box; <r3 for 1 25; p st free  fr--in zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.  You are warned against harmful  imitations.  Sir John Bro wc, colleague of  Sir Robert Hart, of the Chinese  Imperial Customs, says that war  in the East is inevitable and he  can see no grouts-d for hope that  hostilities  can be long avoided.  tonic to the general system ond to the  ?rga,ns distinctly feminine in particular,  t Is also a soothing and  invlgorating  The resignation of first vice-  president Morse, of the G.T P.,  has caused a flutter of excitement  in railway and financial circles.  M��nitoba prohibitiouists will d*--  'finand the straight   abolition   of  the bar throughout the province.  The remarkable conciliation of  h British and Dutch in South Afri-  |! ca is the cause of much favorable  comment.  Mr. Aylesworth, Minister of  Justice, is in Washington representing Canadian interests in the  diplomatic negotiations prelimin-  ncrvous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria,  spasms, chorea or St Vjtus's dance, and  other distressing nervous symptoms attendant upon functional and organic diseases of the distinctly feminine organs.  A host of medical authorities of all the  several schools of practice, recommend  each of the several ingredients of which  "Favorite Prescription" Is made for the  cure of the diseases for which it is claimed  to be a cure. You may read what they  say for yourself by sending a postal card  request for a free booklet of extracts  from the leading authorities, to Dr. R. V.  Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., and it wilTcome to  +in by return post.  .Another earthquake on the  Mediterranean has killed hun-.  dreds of people in Spain and on  the Moroccan coast.  Influential buying of the Canadian $30,000,000 loan bas raised  the price to par  {����� ���U.-('J*'?iS����l����0IHI''(Hl-����O->������-J  ! MINES AND MINING!  �� *  * o  o--fs-7' ttttaa&aave��o*��oae-b&eett  J D. Grbbam lias -.tewed a  contract for a c m'inu ilion of  the lutinel work in tlie Bruce  mine at Mid wav.  A shipment of 5U0 sacks of ore  from the E irly Bird mine on  Moresby Island to the T��*cnm<*  smelter gave returns of over $(>0  per ton.  ary to the conclusion of tbe fisheries treaty between Great Britain  and the U.S.  Tbe telegraphers of the C.P.R  and G.N.R. systems will petition  parliament for au eight-hour day  and no overtime.  The C.P.R.   will   reduce  the  A rcce-it test shiptn vi1: of ^re  fr- in the Cornell mine to the  Tyee smelter at Lidvsmith netted over 820 per tut utter paying  all freight and -**mel'iiig charges.  Prize Winners  Royal Standard Flour  Coupons  The following ten   numbers   have been drawn from duplicates of  the coupons which left our mills during January :  28415  5666  7423  26307  27775  17000  28201  25766  27579  25993  The Pacific Tin M'tiinsf and  S-n.-lti-ig C". which ha-* a working agreement vvith the G>od��viu  tin uri'up in Seward Peninsula,  Alaska, will build a smelter near  Victoria to treat tbe ores of that  remarkably rich tia property.  The announcement comes from  Montreal that the Canadian Pacific railroad will electrify its system through the mountains. For  some time officials of the Canadian road have had experts studying the streams in the mountains  with a view to determining whet-  er enough energy could be developed through waterpower to supply electric power. They reported that from the Rocky mountains  to the coast range the waterfall  is sufficient to supply   power  for  air the. railroads   in the   United      _.     . ,.,��*..       n  Tlie Associated Mining* Co., of  States.  London,   has     purchased    forty  | claims on Maple  Bay.   Portland  Canal,   70   miles north   of Port  Simpson.  Extensive developments will be  Scientist.   Analist,    Magistrate and commenced immediately  War Correspondent all testify. y'  To each person returning the coupons bearing any of the above  numbers we will, as previously advertised, deliver free of all charges a  Handsome Dinner Set of 109 pieces. '  Cut this out and keep for reference.  REMEMBER all the coupons bearing the above numbers have  left our mills, but some may still be in the hands of the dealers. Prizes  will   be   awarded no matter when the lucky coupons are returned.  DON'T FORGET we are giving away 10 sets of dishes  every month, and every 49 lb. sack of Royal Standard contains a coupon.  VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO., LTD.  Vancouver, B.C.  Snyaopsis ol Canadian North-Wesl  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  ANY available 'omiiiioii Lands within the  Railway Belt in Hritisli Columbia, may be  homeKt<>adecl by any pin-on who its llie sole head  of a family, or any ma!eoTerl8 years of a-,-*e.  to the extentof one-<|uarter section of 160 acres,  more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the local  land office for the disrict in which the land is  siiutte. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made on certain 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 one of  tbe 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 tlte father is de  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon -a farm  in the vicinity uf the land enteral for. the re  i*uiretiu'iitN as to residence m:ry be s-itisHed by  such person rending with the father or mother.  *3) If the settler has his permanent residence  upon farmiu-- land owi.eii by him in the vicinity ol his homestead, the requlrem-iits as to residence may Ik- satisfied by residence upon the  said laud.  Six mouths' notice lu writi.itr should be ifiven  to the Commissioner of Pominiou Lauds at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mi ii in-.- rights m-iy lie lease'l fora  period of twenty-one years at an  annual rental  of $1. per acre.   Not   more than 2,5Miacres shall  be leased to one individual or company.    A roy-  alily at the nteoffive ce.ils per ton  shall  be  collected on the merchantable coal mined.  W.  VV. COKY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N. H.~Unauthorized  publica'ion of  tbis  ad  vertUement will not be tiaid for.  warn  GREAT MEN WHO HAVE  PROVED ZAM-BUK.  P8(Q)M����ir P&]p��iro  Cbc...  Boundary  Creek times'  #%  is   the Pioneer Weekly  of the Boundary Creek  Mining District.  p.-  T The Times   has  the ���  most complete Stock of  Type,   Inks,   Paper,   in  the Boundary.  ���fl" The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interest s every  month.  ���f The Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving can deliver the  goods.  SSB IF IT CAN'T.  Men and women great in point of  knowledge, position and experience say  that Zam-Buk stands superior to all  other healing* substances. Read the opinions of the following eminent men:���  Mr. C. E. Sanford, of Westoa, King's  Co., N. S , a magistrate, a School Commissioner, and Baptist Deacon, says:���  "Zam-Buk cured me of eczema on my  ankle, which had defied every other  remedy tried during twenty years. It  also cured me of piles ; and I take pleasure in recommending lt to mv feilow-  men.  Mr Frank Scudamere, the famous  war correspondent, who has gone  through twenty-nine battles, and whose  dispatches daring the Boer War were so  eagerily from coast to coast in Canada,  say*:��� ,,Owing to the poisonous dye  from an -undergarment penetrating a  slight scratch, my leg broke out in  ulcers. Atone time I had seventeen  deep holes in my left leg, into each of  which I could put my thumb; and had  fourteen similiar ulcers en my right leg.  Remedy after remedy failed to these,  and I was well nigh worn out with pain  and lack of sleep. Zam-Buk was introduced, and I am glad to say that it gave  me speedy relief. A few weeks' treatment resulted in a perfect cure of all the  ulcers."  Dr. Andrew Wilson, whose reputat -  ion an a scientist is wod,d-'wide, in a  book recently published (-* Homely  Talks on First-Aid") says:���"Zam-Buk  may be relied upon as an antiseptic  dressing which requires no preparation, and has the particular -advantage  of possessing-uniquehealiug properties.  l^r. W. Lascelles Scot, the famous  analist to the Royal Commission for  Victoria, says:���" I had no hesitation  in certify the entire purity of Zam-Bnk.  It is of great healing power for open  wounds or injuries."  So one could go on quoting-.uthoriiv  after authority, all of the opinion, based on personal teats' that Zam-Buk  should be in every home. Zam Buk is  a sure cure for cuts, burns, scratches,  More thau usual interest is being taken in the coal measures ot  the Similkameen and Nicola districts with the coming of the  railways. Work is being carried  on at the Boyle property, now  owned by the Great Northern officials, and ab the Granite coal  mines.  Some one has figured it out  that the 9's in American history  have been characterized by prosperity. The panic of '37 was succeeded by tbe boom of '39. In '49  gold was found in California.  Pike's Peak was ascended in '59  and the mines of Colorado opened.  In '69 the era of reconstruction  set in and the prosperity that  followed has never aeeu equaled  In '79 came another readjustment  of industrial conditions, particularly in the south, and great  prosperity followed. In '89 came  the boom that collapsed in '93.  In '99 the opening up of the  Klondike and the revival of trade  after the Spanish war brought  another boom. Prom every indication it now looks as though '09  would do its part in verifying the  tradition that history repeats  itself.���Mining World.  Sask-alta  wz. .JL  ���f Subscribe For,Advertise In, Send Your Job  Work to the Boundary's  Leading Paper.  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  K)6        |  ���mmmmmaaaaam  Clubbing Offers  EEDUOES   THOSE  BAKING   HOURS1  Why have an oven  sufficient only for three  pies when "Sask-alta" |  Range oven will take  four pies and other  cooking? The more  baking space you have  ���the less fuel you use���the less work you do.  Fuel and work are just about the main items  of expense in the kitchen.    "Sask-alta"  Range saves both for you.  We will send you The Boundary Creek  Times with all the News of the Boundary  and The Farm and Ranch Review, Cal/  gary, a first-class Rancher's Paper, from  now until January 1st, 1910.  London, Toronto, Montreal WIoolpcJ, Vaaooayor, St John, Hamilton, Calgary  T1W Manitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  Send us $3.00 and receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witn all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year.  HOME-MADE   MEDICINE  Said to Relieve Kidney Trouble  and Rheumatism  One ounce Fluid Extraob Dande-   *  lion;  One ounce Compound Salatone;  Con  SarsapariUa;  Four    ounces   Compound   Syrup  Mixed and taken in teaapooniul  doses after meals and at bedtime, is '  stated by a prominent physician to  give most excellent reaulta in kidney  or urinary afflictions, and also in  rheumatism and sciatica. The mixture opens the ologged pores of the  kidneys, thus assisting them in their  work of filtering all waste and poisonous matter from the blood, and expels  these in the urine. To allow this  poisonous matter to remain means  that it will settle in the muscular  tissues or joints, and cause tbe untold  misery known as rheumatism.  The mixture is composed of barm-  less vegetable ingredientu which can  be purchased at any good drag store,  and mixed at home.  Anyone suffering from any of these  affliotions will no doubt be pleased to  learn of so simple and highly recommended remedy.  Everybody  Agrees  that COD LIVER OIL and IRON  are  beyond question the greatest medicines known. Then why does not  everybody 'ake Cod Liver Oil and  Iron? Simply because most people  cannot take the Oil and few can digest  the Iron in any ordinary form. These  difficulties have been entirely removed  by the introduction of FERROL, in  which the Iron is scientifically combined with the Oil, rendering the Oil  palatable and the Iron digestible.  While  FERROL  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole of the Oil)  and is richer  in oil than any other  j emuWion, and while it contains just the  ! right quantity of the best form of Iron  and Phosphorus, it is so scientifically  prepared that not one person in a thousand finds  any trouble in  taking it,  and infants digest it without difficulty.  Moreover the well-established value of  the   Oil   and    Iron    is    immensely  ��� enhanced by the process of tnanufac-  ! ture, and as the formula is freely ex-  i posed it is not to be wondered at that  ' physicians    everywhere    have    fully  endorsed FERROL and used it largely  in their practice.    FERROL is invaluable for the treatment of any kind of  Lung or Bronchial troubles, while for  wasting diseases it has no equal, and  "You Know What  You Take"  BOVRIL  the kitchen  economist  mmmm'K^iMm^mmmam��� HIM     I       Tl ��� ������ li|-*arW��� II, *  I -**-*���*��� 1*:  Yk  \.y  /''''/���   -  JyY/Y;l/Yf\ i  OWN  5*  / / �� t  '  / 'i  Much of the L'ft--r.--.-r foc.l;  throw oiit i*.-��.:i 1-* (���.-������������������! I  cious dishes bv tI:o :..'.*.'.'L.  little Bovril.  It gives v-armo.'-ovi ;��� i.v  juiciness of Ibe o.iji..... c;c  It gives body und .-.*.:-���:���._-'.'.  and gravies.  It gives a delicious, ��� '   _���  to cold meats r.mi 1..   .>- .  Every day you vvif.nt' '.'. :v.  and an  ccor.-*[**y   in   ���-.-:.-  Bovril contain; 1'so  ( ���������-���:-..  and nutrient at-buta:**. ���   . I'  best  beef.      It niv-***5 .''-*'  nourishment to ti-e irv;     '., .-  fulness and ccor.cr.-y :     ;.  All good -grocer.; zC.\ I>  .i t  i-. r/  f1-  *    ���(���  IT  jeSaTLl jLj. THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  ^.H'ti.'-^F-^^i^^y-^^ ^��i=S> J5^ JS? V^- -r^v^-ri. . ��� . =r-r=-r=Tr==^r��T^- .       --  Money  ;���  C  Saved  For You  Up to Feb. 20th  To make room for New   Spring   Goods, we  are offering the following inducements:  25 per cent off clothing  25 per cent off Hats and Caps.  20 per cent off Underwear and Sweaters.  20 per cent off shirts of all kinds.  And other Bargains Just as great.  ������***��� A  O  hiiuuufi Liai  Hani ware, Groivrie-*-. CloUiing  OiilliiiGili UIUIU  \J ��� J J  and  Gents,  Furnisl  lines.  Just the thing  Bass and   --^  Guinness in Nips  Direct Importation.  Greenwood Ciquor 0o,  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  Special  Sale   of  New   Roll   Top  Desk:  :s.  ha  Drawers  Lock   Automatically.  No 2.V-l-'lm, sin��*-le pedestal Desk, 3f> in. wide, 26 in- deep,  ' full swell front   Value $25 for f9.SO  No. 27- Elm Sin-rle Pedestal Desk, 42 in. wide, 30 inches deep,  sweel front, double drawer for lanie books, slidinir leaf over  pedestal.     Value S26.50 for 20.95  No. 2S    Oak, otherwise same as No  27, value S.-iO, for 23.70  No. I  N.  m l-litrh Roll Desk, 4,H inches wide, 48 in hifj-h. 30 in  deep Double drawer, with partitions, slidino- leaf over each  pe.ie.-tal,  value S^ f��r 27.SO  IS- Oak, r-tiu'rwise same as No. 17, value S4IJ, for 31.70  ial Value m Tiltin** Office Chairs.  Purely Personal  ���  ������   �� ii i. m % ii ����� ��� ���   ii % ��� .i ii  ��� ���   ��� ' "     '  Mrs. Bunting will be at Home  everv afternoon next week, commencing February 8ib, from 3 to  5 o'clock. Refreshments will be  served, and a Collection will be  taken each day in aid of the  Anti-Tuberculosis Society. Every  body cordially invited.  J. C. Dale, of Carmi, is   in the  city.  Duncan Mcintosh is on a bust  ness trip to lhe coast.  J. H. Macfarlane and family  have moved to the coast*.  Mr Scuiby underwent a serious  operation by Dr. W, E. Spankie  on Sunday.  W. G. Belt, inspector for the  Bank of B.N.A. and formerly  manager of Greenwood branch,  was in the city on Saturay.  R. W. Hinton and B. A. Isaacs  were iu town on Monday on business in connection with the Nelson Iron Works Greenwood  branch.  Bom���At Mother Lode mine,  Jan. 30th, to Mr. and Mrs, J. M.  Kier, a daughter.  A. H. Noyes. managing direc.  or of the Boundary Mining and  Exploration Co., has returned  from a trip to New York and other eastern points.  D. A. McBride, of Bridesvilie,  was in town yesterday.  A marrjage license was issued  in Greenwood Feb. 1st, to John  Pipe and Blanche Perry, both of  Phoenix.  Mrs. J. Smith will return to  her home at Beaverdell tomorrow  C. S. Moss, C.P.R. resident engineer. Nelsoa, and D. C. Fraser.  bridge inspector, were in the  Boundary this week ou a tour of  inspection.  J. W. Col lis, of Vancouver, representing Mussen's, L'd., Montreal, is in the district in connection with the installation of the  Jewel mine stamp mill.  Born���Saturday, January 30tb,  at the Sister's Hospital, to Mr.  and Mrs. G. H. Cropley, a son.  N. J. Dunlop, of the B.C. Telephone Co., left on Tuesday for  Vancouver.  T. R. Hanson, merchant, cf  Rock Creek, was in town on Wednesday.  R. E. Raven, of the Bell mine,  Wallace Mountain, is at the Imperial.  Colin C. Brown, of the Wood,  Vallance and Leggatt Co., Vancouver, is in the Boundary in the  interests of his company.  J. V. Younghusband, of the  West Fork, has returned from a  visit to the east.  li. M. Mclntyre, formerly of  ���McDonald and Mclntyre, mining-  brokers, in this city, was in Greenwood on Tuesday.  TOWN 2OTICo  E, Bailey, merchant, of Eholt,  was iu town on Monday.  The Ladies' Reading Club will  meet at Mrs. C. J. Wilson's Saturday afternoon at three o'clock.  Our new fancy aud comic Valentines are marvels as mirth producers���McRae Bros..  The soft weather has been beneficial in thawing hydrants and  water services.  The Greenwood Orchestra Jin-  lend giving a ball in the Auditorium on Valentine's night,  Full line of office and porket  piaries for 1909 at Coles' B i >k  store.  Father Ferroux, of Carmi, in in  the city and promises a thousand  settlers for the West Fork c un-  try when railroad construciion  begins.  For fun and frolic, see our rew  fancy and comic valentines���Mc-  Kae Bros.  The Anaconda Market has  Phone 7. Ask Flood about those  Fancy Pork Tenderloins,Turkeys,  Geese and Ducks.  Tom Marks, supported by a  strong company, played to a  crowded house in the Auditorium  last night. The show will be  coutinued to-night and tomot row  night with au eatire change of  program each evening and a bargain matinee on Saturday af *.er-  noon.  The fire department had a run  on Wednesday forenoon to a blazing chimney at Holmes and Kennedy's.  "The Finest Ever," those nice  fresh Pork Spare Ribs at the  Anaconda Market.    Phone 7.  The next meeting of the Board  of Trade will be held on -Wednesday, February 10th. It is important that there';be a large attendance and that the dues of all  members be paid.  The sixth of a series of Cinderella dances will be held i*i the  Auditorium on Mondav evenintr,  the 8th inst., at 8 30 p.m. sharp  ���ft.��aa-gv-  Raw, Cold  P. P. Sharpe, of Port H-mey,  a former alderman of Greenv *-od,  with A. M. Whiteside, Barri'er,  also well-known in the Bound try,  were in camp on Thursday on  business in connection with the  Golden Eagle group on theN rth  Fork which property is being extensively advertised in tbe c >ast  papers.  Sydney Cullen, alias Alex.  Jackson, was arrested in Greenwood on Saturday last by Constable R.H.Clarke, of F��raie,  and taken to Nelson gaol. He is  accused of the theft of cl.ccks  and money o'f the value of $'J) at  Fernie and was captured thr ugh  assistance given by a partner  Barclay and Co. have puichased Hunter-Kendnck's entire stock  of dry goods and ladies' furnishings.  25c Will buy 12 medium -.:zed  Navel Oranges at Smith's, Anaconda.    Phone 21.  At the Churches.  As next Sabbath is set apart all  over the oniinent as Christian  Endeavor day, tbe evening service  in the Presbyterian church will  be conducted by the CE S )Cietv  with Mr. O. T. Scott as leader.  Dr. J. G. Shearer, secretary '>f  the Assembly's committee on  Evangelism and of the Temperance and Moral R-jf-irm Association f>r C.i.i id. ���>, is i-x.'ected to  preach in the Presbyierian church  Feb. 14th, at the morning service.  Rev. M. D. McKee expects to  leave on Monday to attend the  Presbytery of Kootenav meeting  which meets at Ora-ibro-k on  Tuesday, 9th February.  The Sunday school at the Mother Lode mine has been reorganized with the following officers  and teacher: Mrs. M. D Mcintosh,  supt.; Mrs. J. F. Lyons, secretary; Mrs. E S. Spooner, treas.;  teachers���Mrs. W. A. McPhee,  Mrs. E. S, Spooner, Mrs. G. F.  Lyons.  At the regular monthly meeting  of the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church last Tuesday the election of officers was held and the  following were elected:���President, Mrs. W. Fleming ; Vice-  president Mrs*. McCurdy ; Secre  tary, Mrs F.J. Rutherford; Trea-  urer, Mrs. I. D. Skelton.  ��_The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church -will hold the annual  Beef-steak Pie dinner on Monday,  April 12th. Be sure and bold  the date open.  Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered after the  evening service at the Methodist  church on Sunday next.  Guess these last fewdays have set you'  thinking about your winter Overcoat.  Well Iwe're ready for you with a- Y  nr*   a.        t\ select stock,   in  the   accepted' styles YYYy-  Wintry   DayS/     and beautiful cloth patterns. -^  Our regular '-*"'Y  Campbell's  Clothing  is good enough  for  any man-, but if ,-y  you're in the  habit of  getting your   *  clothes made to order,our special or--   V  der svstem   should   appeal   to   you.  You'll get better made clothes,   with  more   style   and   at two-thirds .the  price of your.regular tailor.  Come iu and see our stock,   and let's  show vou what we can do.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co., Li  11   -JL  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  T.M. GULLEY & CO.  Are offering a special Une oi  IRON BEDS AND BEDDING  At away down Prices.  Full size Beds, strong and Durable,  from !^$5.50 to  $30.00  Mattresses in ten different grades and prices,  A fine line of new Dining Chairs and Rockers just  Opened op.  T. M. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -  Phone 27  *��������{��� ��j�� ��*-j�� ��j�� -"i**- ��J*--|f- 4p ���J? *t* *4* *4?* *4* ���I? "t* *i|r Hh 'ic *��* *J*^��* ,*����*��*'-^*" j.  Wanted���A situation by a reliable and experienced woman as  housekeeper, chambermaid, diuingroom work or assistant cook.  Apply to M.C., box 1, Denoro, B.C.  Pianos, sewing machines, stoves, etc., for sale or rent. The  O.LC, Second-hand man, A. L.  White. Phone 16.  TO RENT  Fine 6-roomed modern house.  4-Roomed  Cotiage.  Suite of Rooms in a Block.  One Furnished Room.  FOR SALE  City Lots at all prices.  Fine Ranch comprising 715 acres.  *  ���f  *  ���*���'  5 Bealey Investment & Trust Go., Ltd. +  Jjm OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. j.  3V *^b iL iM* -i��- aJaWa JL    *Z* ��2* ��2* ^H* a^m ^^u aX* *^m *^m *^m ^Ht' a^U *^m jl^m 4^m bK* rn^La am a JmL <  "* ***j�� *-j" **f *x* *T* ������-$��� *-y�� ���������$��� ���-$��� *^�� *^* *^ ������-���$��� "-J* "J* "^ "T* tT^ ���^ ������������y*--1 ^* ���^�� T *%* ^p  For Sale or Rent, immediately,  Two-storey 10-room House on  Kimberley Avenue, property of  R. J. Moffatt. Apply E. H. Mortimer.  For Sale���A 5-rootn cottage in  good condition, with chicken coop  and woodshed. Easv terms. Apply to L. Daignaulfr, Anaconda.  i t.  ikr.rt-  ���.pci-  tMu'.x-  ;-RCi  ss^ra-a  Vi:'  .Vf  Flu  ���EXV^-*:: .* 'SS K. -T33S  7 ��P **-.T*"-**."-  i-^-A^zagEgcsi'-'.'BjgawHMi  Rossland  Carniva  ���- T 7 *  For tbe above event to be held  February 2 to f>, the Canadian  PaGific Railway announce ��a rate  of  PARE   AND ONE/THIRD  RETURN  Tickets on sale from Fernie and  West January olst to February  6th. Final return limit February 8rd. adv'  T. THOMAS  MERCHANT  TAILOR ....  CLOTHES CLEANED,  PRESSED AND REPAIRED  ��<B W"1     Agent for tbe   Blaine Bros.,  Co,, Limited.  Get   your   Job Printing at the  Times' Office.  Eastern Capital ready to investigate legitimate investments���lands,timber or min.  es���in British C* lumbia.  Address in first instance  with full purticulars--"Capital, " c-o Noble and Co ,  Molsons Bank Building, Van-  ouver,  In the County Court of Yale Holden  at Grand Forks���In Probate.  NOTICEishftebvtfiven tliat on tlio 3rd day  Decenifeer, 110S, it was ordered bv His  Honor Jiidifi-Hrown tbat A. C. Sutton be ad-  I'linisiratcir of all and singular the estate of V.  Kossill, late of Midway, deceased intestate  '���'very person indebteJ to the said deceased is  rt!i|uircd to nialce payment forthwith lo the un-  di'rsi|_'tu*d anil every peMo-i haviil-r In posRess-  iini eflects bi-lniiifint.-* to the deceased is required  foi'ihwi-li lo notify thi.- undersigned.  Kveiy creditor or otlier person haviiif-* any  claim ii pon or interest In tlia d ist-*ibulion of the  ��� ������������lat��- .nf aid deci-axe 1 is i-ei|iiired on or befme  the 1st day nf Marcli, 1'lU'i. to Hcutl by re-,-istcr-  ed letter, add: p**s>-d tn the undersigned his name  anil address nud lull particulars ut his claiio  'wrilied by --t.uiroiy declaration) or interesl  and a-.tateinent of liis account and the nature  of the security (if any) held by bint.  After the said Is-, day of March, l')JO. the ad.  tuiulsirator will proceed with the ndmitiistrat.  ion of tiie estate having rej-ard to those claims  only of which he shall then have notice.  Dated at Grand Forks, U.C, the 3rd day of  February, Km.  A. C..SUTTON,  Official Administrator, Grand Forks, B.C  In the County Court of Yale  Holden  at Grand Forks-In Probate       j  NOTICE is hereby -riven that on the 3rd day '  of December, 1908, it was ordered by His  Honor Judjre Brown that A. C. Sutt n be administrator of all and sin-rular the estate of L.Cor-  radina.late of MldWHy, B.C,decease<),1iitestat8  Every person indebted to the said deceased is  required to make payment forthwith to the un-  dersitrned and every person having in possession effects belonume- to the deceased is required  forthwith to notify thc undersigned.  Every creditor or other person liajinir any  claim upon or intarest In the d islrikutionof the  estate of said deceased is required on or before  the 2->th day of February 1901) to aeud by rc(j-  istered letter, addressed tothe undersigned liis  name, and address and full particulars of his  claim (veiificd by statutory declaration) or interest and a statemenbof his account and the  nature of the security (if any) hel<! by   him.  After the Said 20th day of February 190'J. the  administrator will proceed wtih the administration of the estate having- reg-ard to thoBe  claims only of which be shall then have had  notice.      *-  Dated at Grand Forks B. C. the 3rd day of  February l-'tW.  A. C. SUTTON,  Official Adm'nstrator, Grand Forks B. C.  Does Your   Head  Ache ?  Drop iu a:id leave it with us  as it will mlycost you 25c to  get rid < f the Worst Headache you ever had.  y.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.!  DEALERS IN  fresh and Cured (Heats  Fisb and Poultry.  ���'  ������������'WW"!  *  *-  ��  i  *  ^\t-^\f^\f  -r*\j^^r*\r**\rJ*\f*y/s*\fJ^e*\fS*\f**s**\f**\/,  | Palace Livery Stables  WHITE BROS.,  Druggists -       -       -       Opticians  *-x~:��-*-x-><-**X"X^  DRAYING���We Can Move Anything  LAGER AND PORTER,  GINGER ALE, GINGER BEER,  ALL KINDS OE  sjARc^ONATED DRINKS  PINT BOTTLES ROR FAMILY USE  F. C.  PROPRIETOR  *~\r*0\ra  Your  \  Bottled and Draught Deer. Phone 138, Greenwood  |^P|oenlx^Brewery^ Co., ggSttr^o \  Printing  Will be attended to promptly  at this office   .    .    >    ��� ,  This office is replete T&itb everything neces-  essary in a printing office to ensure your  work being done with neatness and despatch


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