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 n'rih  ty.  ���ir-miimn bi^i  VOL. 13  GREENWOOD,   B. C.,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY 8,   19J9  No. 18  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOOOOOCKWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  BARGAINS IN ��� FURS  mWmmBMm^amaaamaataWa^aM^mmmKi^mtWKmamVDaamvaaaaamKaaa^^  33 V3 Per Gent. Off  Our entire Stoqk of Furs,  which comprises  Stoles, Ruffs and throws in Sable,  Martin and Fox, with Muffs to match.  All new Goods, and strictly Up-to-date  BARCLAY & CO.  DRY GOODS BOOTS & SHOES MILLINERY  00^00��O0��Ov^<>OOOO00��0<>0O0<>CK>0OO<>00<XXX>00O<K>0<>0<>O<X>(>0  my?ii*iP-ir-iC'*cii-'iPK**i*?iP'i��*'K,*,'*<,'j<-*r jpj-pj?j��,jt-��6,-js'jcj<*-frs<rjej*?jc^,afif  + ������������'���'.i-  *?% *  I Start the New Year  Right j  By getting a  5 REGINA WATCH  They  are the  Best  in the World,  A. LOGAN & CO.  %  y';*i Have these Watches at all prices, from $7 to $100, *  1  1  They are absolutely guaranteed.'  Call and See Them  2- Special discount on all watch cases during this month %  1rl���v*��r^pr^t^���l^l^���|p'^p���JS������l��-^c,���*��,^(, mVtr*irt?ir*r.*'*?triirtrtrmrtT'gi>1r  OOOOOOOOOOOOQ004>0<K>0<><><K>00<>COOOOO<>OOOOOOOOOOOHK>00<K^  Waking a well known  Underwearbetter known  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  The only Exclusive Dealer in Men's Wear in Greenwood  00<KKH>000<M>00<>0<H>0<>4>0<>0<--0000  ���.(KIOOOOOO-JOOOOOOOOOOOOfiOOfWOOOiXlOOOOOOOOCK^^  FOR SKIN TROUBLES  & ���     ' , : ,   H  Hundreds of persons right  here_at home can testify to the  merits of our Witch Hazel and  ^Almond Cream as a cure for,  and preventative of chapped  hands and faces-'.."  It is economical as we sell a  full measure, six ounce bottle  for 50c ''.y*:'..  ... The most necessary condition  ���to having and -keeping a good  head of hair is a healthy scalp  Packer's Liquid Tar Shampoo  will keep your scalp clean and |  healthy; your barber will apply 2,  it or you can get an eight ounce P  bottle for 50c _  FARMER'S INSTITUTE.  A representative gathering of  the farmers'of the Myncaster district met at the Myncaster hole!  on Saturday evening last and elected the following officers for,  the ensuing year:  President* R. W.Taylor.  Vice-President, J. R. Jackson.  Sec.-Treas., G. H. Loach.-^  Directors, J. G. McMynn, D.  McBride, A. Pearson and John  Eeek'.  There -were twentv-one members present besides a number of  others who are interested in the  aims and objects of the association, and addresses were given by  President Taylor and Mr. D. McBride.  Dr. Tamblyn, of Midway, -was  present and .gave an interesting  discourse on the foot and mouth  disease now so prevalent iu some  of the Eastern States, explaining  the causes, symptons, effects arid  the remedy. The Dr. also complimented tbe farmers on the  quality ot grain .grown in the  Boundary country, it being yast-  lv superior to feed shipped in  from other points; and concluded  by advising* the careful fanning  of all grain produced in the locality which would lead "to better  prices and a greater demand.  CAVALKY HORSES.  Among-the Lodges*  " On Monday evening D.D.G.'M.  E. Foyle. Smith, assisted by  Past Grands G.B. Taylor^ W B  Fleming and E. H. Mortimer, installed the officers for the ensuing term-of Snowshoe Lodge No.  46 I;O.O.F. at Phoenix.  Supper was laid in the lodge-  room and a pleasant social evening was spent by the assembled  brotherhood.  -The new officers of No. 46  are  N.G., W. J. Rutherford ;   V.G.,  John Tait; Fin. Sec, T. A. Love;  Treas., R. Silver thorne.  Curling,  Phoenix, Greenwood and Grand  Forks' rinks played a series of  games for points on New Year's  day. Four rinks . went up to  .Phoenix and two came down to  Greenwood, the victory reeting  on the Phoenix brooms by a niar-  gin of ten points. -f  The Grand Forks' rinks josfe to  Green wood by- a score of I three  games to one.  Boundary Valley Lodge  E. Foyle Smith, D.DiG.M., assisted by Past Grands Taylor,  Fletning,Dinsmore,Elson, Braithwaite and Luke installed the  following officers of Boundary  Valley Lodge, No. 38, I.O.O.F.  on Wednesday evening:.  -N.G.i D._ A. MacDonald,  ��� V.G., J, A. Jaynes,  Rec-Sec, A. Logan,  Fin-Sec,, G.B. Taylor, ,  -Warden, B. de Weile,  Conductor, W. E, Spankie.  Eagles,  The   officers   of   the    Eagles'  Lodge for the coming term are :  President, W. Frawlev,  Vice-Pres., Geo. Wellwood,  Chaplain, Ola Lofstad,  Sec, F'.'B. Holmes,  Treas., A. Sater,  Con., J. W. Nelson,  Outside Guard, Geo. Thompson  Inside Guard, T. Edwards,  Physician. Dr. Oppenheimer  Boundary Horsemen Apply for Horse-  Breeders' Stallion  : Local horsemen are interested  in theapplication of Sam Stooke.  of Midway, for one of the 100  stallions to be placed in the same  number of communities by the  Canadian Horse Breeder's Associ-  atian.  These splendid animals are  valued at from 85,000 to $20,000,  and are being distributed gratuitously with the object of increasing the stock of first class  cavalry horses in Canada, ; As  no finer horse country may be  ft und .had tbe Boundary.,ranges  the chance of gettin����� one - of  these stallions would appear; to  be very favorable, though V800  applications have already been  made for the 100 h< rses to, be sent  out.  ?"  &  TOWN 7OTICo  MINING INSTITUTE  CITY AFFAIRS  Hockey,  The hockey match on| New  Year's night between; the Grand  Forks' and the local team resulted  itrt disaster to the home boys, the  score being 6���0.   * '���������'       j,  On ,Monday night, the^home  .team went-up against it with  Phoenix, the hill team winning  by 3-2. -..  On- Wednesday Phoenix defeated Grand Forks by 4-2, and it  looks as though the Greenwood  bovs will have to stay close to  their practice to hold down the  Phoenix aggregation.  n-6  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC CO.  The Store of Quality,  )<***-OC--CK>eK>0000<>000<>0��-0<^^  METALS.  New   York,     Jan.   6���Silyer,  50^; copper, 14J-6 to 14-^, steady  London, Jan. 6���Silver 23 5-16;  lead, ^13 3s. 9d.  Copper Quotations.  Granby  .105.00    110.00  B. C, Copper    8.25    8.50  Dominion Copper   .50    .62^  Snewsh-ce  07^8    .07%  Jan, 6--Closing quotations on  the New York curb aud Spokane  exchange:  Bid    Asked  B.C. Copper $8.25    8.50  Dominion Copper     .50   62^  Granby  105.00   110.00  Lee McClellan Dramatic Co,  The people of Greenwood   will  have au opportunity   to  witness  really meritorious plays at very  low prices next week   -when the  Lee McClellan company play here  for the first time.  This company  is direct from extended Stock en-  aragements in the States and promise the people a theatrical treat.  Monday ��� evening they   will present   'Down East,'   a   beautiful  story of a mother's devotion   and  a plav true to   life   arid   nature.  Tuesday, 'The Golden Giant,'a  Western   mining play.    Wednesday,   their   feature   play,   *The  Power of the Cross.'   Thursday,  ���The Battle of Life,'and Friday,  'Tennessee's Partner.' These plays  are all of about equal merit, Monday night every lady   in   Green  wood is invited to occupy a   scat  at the opening performance absolutely free.    This company claims  the reputation of being the   best  in the west and is making this offer to the public in order to prove  what they claim. During the entire engagement the prices   will  be 50c, 55c, 25c, no higher.    Any  lady can go the   seat   sale or box  office and get a reserved seat   for  Monday's performance free.    No  ticket required except a check for  your seat.    This is   for Monday's  performance only.  The Midway Knights of Pythias will give a dance on the 15th.  The choir of St Jude's church  were entertained at the Vicarage  on Wednesday evening.  P. W. George & Co. have installed a six-lamp plant of 600  candle power" per light of the  Moore gasoline lighting system.  The annual ball given by the  Knights'of Pybhiason New Year's  night was a decided success and  was greatly enjoyed by all.  Lost���1   Si-rrel   Cayuse,  white  star on   forehead and one   white  stocking; brand double square.on  17th Dec.    Reward.   $5.00.    Jos  Bei-an, Mother Lode.  M. J. H<*-nry, the Vancouver  Nurseryman, has been awarded  the special prize given to the  nursery that furnished the trees  that grew the prize-winning fruit  in section 2, cl-as-s 2, which was  exhibited by F, R. E. DeHart, of  Kelowna, the winner of $4,500. in  prizes at the Spokane fair.  The regular meeting of the Y.  P.S.C-E. was held on Dec. 30,  when theelection of new officers  for the coming year took place.  Pres, Mrs. J. P. McLeod; Vice-  pres., Mrs. M. D. McKee; Seo  treas., Miss V. Archibald ; chairman of Look-out Committee. H.  H. McArthur; chairman of Prayer meeting com., Mr, W. S. Graham; chairman of Social com..  Miss R. Bryant; chairman of Missionary com,, Mr.' S. E. Belt.  In the past year the*- society had  good profitable meetings and is  looking forward to a very prosperous year in 1909.  The prike winners in Holmes  and Kennedy's December drawing  were���---Ladies' prize, Mrs. Geo.  Swayne,827. Men's prize, D. O.  McKay, 557; Geo. Jenks, 410; D.  Hamj-jly, 389. Girl's prizes, Josephine Mason, Vi Archibald, B.  Smith,Francis Holt. Boy's prizes,  J. Oliver. G. Smith, F, McDonald,  E. Anderson, W. Smith, S. Hart.  The Ladies' reading club will  moet at the home of Mrs. McCutcheon tomorrow afternoon.  Ernest Nicholson and his crew  of miners came into town on Wednesday evening from the Lon��  Star the B C. Copper company's  promising mine near White's  camp on the Boundary line.  The work has been shut down  for a time, and it is expected that  a bucket tram will be installed to  facilitate the handling of the ore  The Sisters at the Hospital  wish to thank Rev. J. A. Bedard,  Dr. and Mrs. Spankie, Dr. and  Mrs. Oppenheimer, P. Burns &  Co., Hunter-Kendrick Co., Smith  and McEwan, While Bros,, Gulley & Co., J. Coles, C. Banbury,  Greenwood Liquor Co, Mrs. Jos.  Christian, Mrs F Brown. Mrs C  A E Shaw, Mrs Wm Barnett,  Mrs Geo Evans, Mrs H Stevenson, Mrs Tas Jacksr.n, Mrs J Der-  osier,* Mr and Mrs M D Mcintosh,  Mr ar.d Mis Thos Jenkins. Miss  Goddard, Miss Ward,��Miss Dynes,  S Smith, Leo Barnett, Jean Coles,  Cecelia, Irene and Mary Mcintosh,  Western Branch to Meet at Greenwood  The f urth annual general  meeting of members of the Western branch of the Canadian Mining* Institute will be held at  Greenwood on Thursday,January  14 tb.  Officers and members of- the  council will be elected for the  ensuing year and other important  business aud recommendations  will be dealt with.  Mr. Thos. Kiddie, manager of  the. Le Roi smelter, is the only  nomination for chairman yet received by the secretary.  Denoro Doings.  A. J. Hughes has taken up his  residence at Phoenix,  Superintendent P. W. Lover  has moved into his new house.  A. W. Gigot, late from Bonnington Falls, commenced his  duties as electrician at Denoro  mines last week.  Mrs. D. Gunn, Phoenix, spent  New Year's.holidays ia camp,  visiting her sister, Mrs. McKinnon.  * Denoro is now well supplied  with fresh meat, three different  outfits coming in almost daily.  Mrs. Axel Gustafson, Pacific  hotel, entertained a large number of friends at a card party on  Monday eyening last.  A veiy successful tree and entertainment was held at the Miners' hall on New Year's eve.  There being close to a hundred  present, a large number having^  come-from Eholt. Mr. C. B. Kerr.,  Cascade presided in the unavoidable absence of Mr. Lover.  William Donnelly acted Saata  Claiis to the great delight, of the  children. Addresses, songs and  recitations were tha order of the  evening, and everyone enjoyed  themselves.  Greenwood is to have a Municipal contest with Messrs. Bun.  ting and Desrosiers in the race  for the Mayoralty, and the attention ot the ratepayers is calied  to the cards of these gentlemen  in this issue of TheTimes.  Four of the present Aldermen  are out for re-election, S. P. Dixon being tbe onlv new name mentioned as yet. '  A public meeting has been promised at which each of the different candidates will give an expression of his ideas, and tbe  question of further economy is to  be discussed.  It is expected that a reduction  of salaries will be proposed,  though we believe that it ia the  popular opinion that none of the  salaries, are at all extravagant,  add that if any are to teel the  edge uf the pruning knife such a  procedure should commence with  the Councillors. *  The loss of the monetary consideration paid to the Aldermen  would have no tendency to change  the personnel of that body, thoujrb  it is'ielt that the time occupied  in the discharge of .his duties by  the Mayor should not go altogether unrewarded.  Boundary Police,  The Big Tunnel  A telegram on New Year's day  notified interested local parties  that the big tunnel scheme has  been successfully financed and  options completed on all required  properties.  Richard Armstrong is expected  in Greenwood in the course of a  very few days.  C. J. Bunbury, late of Ktm-  loops and chief constable for the  new Boundar j-police district,com-  prising the ridings of Greenwood,  Grand Forks, and Similkameen,  with headquarters in Greenwood,  has arrived in the city with hi3  wife arid -fam^lyarid is" busy with  the organization of his district.  Mr. Bunbury is a man with a  reputation as a constable, as he  left Kamloops nine different times  after vicious characters and landed his men on every occasion.  There will be twelve coastal-  ies under the new Chief and f  the authorities wjHextend tbe  proper support wuicii will neces -  arily be heavy l\>r a timf, webi-  Heve we can 16jk forward to compensating results.  The winning ria'nb-ir f��- th *  Symphonium drawing at M<*Ra ���  3ros:. is 1173  All the  members of St. Jude'-t  ��� -"*'--'.-  Guild are req i :se'.l tu meetu  the church on Tue-*diy next at 3  >'clock for the election of officers.  Januar*.-  *.' 1  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  TUe followlDjf table frWm llie oie kliij,nie-Dis ol ULUi.dai> ti..iu�� f<-i I'CO, 1M��1. l*-0?, 19CO,  W04, 1905, 1-W6,1007.)9(*r as reported, to the Greenwood Times���'._  Mink               W00        1901        1902        1903         190* 190S        1906         IW         WW   W��k  r.rai."  Mines.... M^   23U62 mS56   39%718   5��9,7<�� 653.8OT   80!,��M   ��3^7 M.7/.6W *���^,534  Siion-hhoe       297      1.741     20^00     7Ul2  B.C. Copper Co....  8.42b   1350C1  Mutliei   Lode���    .'���.,340  B. O. Mine    19,494  Knima   Oro Decoro.    -   Ilonnie Belle   Dom. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem   Idaho..    -   Rawhide    -    Suuset    -   Mountain Rum;   Athlestan    l.iOO  Morrlson    -  ���  R. Bell-    -   Senator  99,034    141.?25   J38.OT9   174,298   147.576   105.9*   208,231  47,405  650  14311  8,530  19,365  22,937  15437  37.960  I6,4u0  802  550  7,455     15.731  Brey Fogle.   for their kind remembrance of all  J��-37-   ��� ' Reliance  .....   Sulphur King    -   Winnipeg    J,076  Mr9. Mason, D.D.G.M., of tbe  Order of Rebekahs, installed the  officers of Phoenix Rebekah lodge  on Wedresday evening, and will  conduct the installation in Greenwood lodge on Thursday, 14th.  Auother dance will be held at  the Ladysmith hotel next Tuesday night.  One ot the very best-appointed  hotels in all the Boundary coua-  try is the Brooklyn at Phoenix.  The cuisine at this hotel can  scarcely be excelled.  *J��V,-��  at the hospital at Christmas, aad  to A C Mills, of Ferry; Jas Birnie, Jas Smith, of Jewel mine;  Jas SuDivaD, of Moyie; J Lud-  wig. of Denoro; Jas Marshall,  Phoenix; I H Hallett, Mr J P  McLeod, Mr McCutcheon, Mr F  Buckless, and Messrs Bubar and  McKay for donations and services  received during the year, and to  Master W Fair and T Proctor tor  books and candies.  Robert Wood has brought down  some very fine samples of ore  from the Sally mine at Beaverdell, and reports the results on  the Rob Roy as most encouraging.  The Sally mine is paying its  own way and small shipments of  ore are being regularly seut out  to the railroad.  Gr>ideu Crown  Kin-** Solomon   Big Copper -    Mo. 7 Mice   City of Paris   Jewel.   Riverside,   Carmi   Sally   Rambler   Bntcher Boy   Duncan���   Providence-   Elkhorn   Strathmore^   Golden Eagle ;. ...  Preston   Prince Henry   Skylark   Last Chance   E. P. U. Mine   Bay-   Mavis   Don Pedro   CecKcent   Helen    Kuby   Kepoblic   Miscelllaneous.....  2,250  160  l,i40  875  665  2.000  350  MO  785  625  482  2.060  890  219  5,64-j  3.339  HO  363  2,435  32,350  3,070  3,250  1,759  4.586  9.485  3,007  20  25,108  3.050  4,747  1.488  11,804  3.177  1&3T4  14,*81  2676    "WOO  ?.'1,7C9 1UM5  67,460       216  3,450  222  '  364  33  1,833  33  150  140.68.*-  43J96  4,870  2,960  12JS3  26,032  64.173  11,971  4--U90  31.270  3,460  3,556  31,258  6*9  39b-      9  993  400  726  325  30  145  779  150  20  a��  30  106  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  8!)  3.230      3,4j6  53S  689  2*-*-  73  ��    .  40  90  80  20  52  50  300  15  589  167     "is  90  M  40  ���no  30  55  60  224  UO  30   53  325  500  60  750  20  500  W.600   39O.8O0   5M.876  690.419   829.MS   933,5481,1614371,14*- W  Total, tons,  melter  Graaby  pperCo    117,611   VB-feo   iOi,vu  x��--,-r��'   ���"���  Dpm. Co^Co... ���:_ - ....    tS2470 30_ .*^_'"f^.   T.tal reduced... 62,li��~34S,439   460,*>40   697,404 _837,666   982,8771,172,4031,^3,017  rT^ a1'"^   239��8   2li340   40V,*m   596-252   ����7.��8   U8&9   63T7,6��    *m&>   -ft��S  j-vl THE   BOUNDARY   CHEEK TIMES  EM  -***����  G���  <��!  Cr*  CP*  cr-  <F*  CP**  (5=*-  Q=<  Cr~-  CF<  CF*  Cr"  CF*  <P*-  CF*  <p-*  Q=<  Cr*  CF*  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.  ESTABLISHED 1817^  Rest  ontreal.   $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President:    Lord Stkathcona am- Mount Kov't, I.. ��-��� M. O.  Presiiletft:    Sik ('kob-uk A. Dkommoni.,K.C. M. t��.  Vice-President and Geueral Manage-* :    Sin E. S. Clo-ciston. Hakt  ��� AUTuePrHtcipa^i fjew Yofk, Chicago.  Travel!  Branches in London, Eng. -, cities -.��  Buy and sell SterliiiK *-xchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  ivellers' Credilh, available in any part'of lhe world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    VV. F. PROCTOR, Manager  B. C.   POLITICS.  Copyrighted  **=i  >=2  72 Years !;i ik-si'iess.  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000.  To E-tacate  tlie  Family  is often a problem. It  is mn eh easier if preparations are begun  early. Make a beginning while 3'our children are still young by-  starting Savings Accounts for them.in this Bank,  and the money will be .there when it is needed.  Interest oo.cled Four Times a Year helps the  balance grow.  Greenwood Branch/^H. F. STOW, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Ptblic  Cable Address:      ���' Hallett."  j Bedford M'Neill's  Codes -j Moreing & Neat's.  ! Leiber's  Greenwood, B. O"  Willis BOUNDARY  VALLEY   LODGE  <^vt!t^c' No. 38.1. Oi 0. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 In the  I. ��. O. F. Hall.    A cordial isivi tation is ex  tended to all soim-in-iin--" brethei-o.  D. A. MACDONALD A. JAYNES,  N. G. V. G.  A. LOGAN,   Rer. Sec.  Che  Boundary Creek Times  Issued ���verv fridav   '  Millar & UAVinsox, Lessees.  J. M. MILLAR  M'KABEK  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Ybaj< :    2 00  Six Months   1 25  To Foreign Countries '.. 2 SO  FRIDAY.   JANUARYS,  1909  Practically all tbe easily avai'-  able timber on ihe B.C. coast is  in the hands of big millowners  and speculators who are holding-  the properties at prices which are  prohibitive to the operations of  loggers and small millmen.  The latter contend that the  Act rrp.ecting- the sale of govern-  ment timber does not contemplate  the holding of that timber for  speculative purposes and will ask  the government for relief at.the  coming session of the legislature.  be exhausted in 40 years, but the  iron fields of B.C. will furnish  the material for steel rails and  battleships before Uncle Sam has  used all his.  The U.S. battleship, Oregon,  was made from British Columbia  iron.  Now that Signor Castro, the  late President of Venezuela, has  been superceded the trouble witb  Holland has been settled.  Although the international situation in Europe still looks serious the vear 1909 will probably  represent an era of peaceful commercial activity.  Canada is to be congratulated  on entering tbe New Year without a single industrial dispute.  No other one thing could contribute more to the prosperity of  the couutry, and it appears that  the Federal legislation bearing  on the matter is producing desirable results.  The sentence of Abraham Rueff  to 14 years in prison nas been received with satisfaction by the  press of the U.S. and it is probable that Francis J. Heney will  prosecute tbe Pittsburg officials.  Out on de VVes' coas',w'ere is Colombia Anglaise,  De people is get very much la malaise,  Becos dey was say dat de king on Japan  Was sen' Canadaw too many brown man.  De bon^Canayen what is live heem dere.  Dey was almos' go straiglrt up in de air ;  So dey write Ottawa, to Sir Wilfrid Laurier ;  Was kick up l'enfere an' also poussiere.  Dey say in dere letter, "What's matter wid you;  An' why don' you mak' de gran' tour ?  For see for yoursef all de Jap an' Hindoo,  Was Ian' in Vancouver mos' every day.  If you don' come here, we sure go down dere ;  An' den begosh you mak' cry on de eye.  So hurry up sil vous plait, for kip dem out,  Before we all come for starve an' go die."  Wall:  jus'  lak' lot  of  bad  boys,  was  mak'   too  much noise ;  Laurier, he be sure someting soon was go bus' ���  So he call un bon gieux, name Rodolphe Lemieux,  An' say "Go on Japan an' fix up de fuss."  When Monsieur Lemieux was finish voyage,  An' is come back again on his ol' entourage ;  We was feel ver' glad everyting she's correc,'  But for dem feller she ain't fix up yet.  So t'ree four smart feller, dey mak' husting togedder,  Wid a crie de guerre, '' Un W'ite B.C."  "Better Term" also das' soun' purty good,  An' be sure ketch de vote dose people what's easy.  Wall; dat cry's sure ketch de ear, she work alright;  Jus' lak Cascaret pills when you tak' dem at night.  So six dem smart feller what's Hy dem togedder,  Was sen' bus' de bunch don' give dem dere right.  For me, I don' tink dey'll do much dough dey try ;  De'retoo much lakchilren for de moon what is cry.  In dis worl' you don' always get w'at you want,  So when you can't get him ;  Bedam, go witout.  Now das' all I can tol' you jus' now my good frien,'  Maybe she'll all come out right in de en1:  For de Japan man I don' care un sou,  But I'm sure I don' know me, what more Laurier  can do.  Of course,  dere's whole lot of people, always  ready for shout,  An' say fix de law for kip de Japs out.  But dey los' on de head, dat de king d'Angleterre  Is frien' on Japan for more dan la guerre.  ENVOIE.  But dat's all de  Parlimen's bistezeness, I want you  understan', mon petit;  Too much talk on  de politique, she's all de sam'  too much w'iskee.  Good tam' she's comin'  encore, for   anoder  four  five year,  So we mus' all mak' monee in meantime, for den  we may need him here.  Monsieur  Borden mus'. be   very fine   man,   since  ev'ryone say das' so ;  Mak' it de gran' salut on 'lection, an' shake you  de han' also.  But for me dere's one man on de whole countree,  when dere's troub' for be fix heem up ;  Dat's Sir Wilfrid   Laurier,   loyal   Canayen,   an'  also true Johnny Canuck.  ARCHIBALD BURNETT.  December 31st, 1908. Greenwood, B. C.  Words of Praise  For "the several ingredients of which Dr. v  Pierce's meiUeyie3 are composed, as given  by leaders iri all the several schools of  medicine, should have far more weight  than any (-.mount of iion-profcssional testimonials. Df. Pi<'.ree'sl'\iv_orito Prescription lias the badge ok noNKSTYon every  bottle-wrapper, in a full list of all. its-ingredients priutud in plain English.  If -yon aro an invalid woman and sailer  from frequent headache, backache, guaw-  �����)*-* distr-J&j in stomach, periodical pains,  disagreedy---, catarrhal, .pelvic ���drain.  -J-;'aggi'f-**/do*.vn distress in lower abdGi*ic-i>  or peivjl, perhaps dark spots or spec-ks  danchig before the oyes, faint spoils, aiva  Dr.��� Pic-rt/ejs Favorite Prescription.  Tlie h/f/iitrJ, c.;v;;eon's knifa and opera*,  ling tabsc/may be avoided by the tiun-I.v  Tiie of Vravorite Prescription" in s-,-.Yi  cases. Tlierehv tlie ob^iox!i��)sjfcx.v**i*i-  ?���.'��� '"ns am'n'ocT*"QT~i;"u5?i*lsjr)f tjie ifn nTj' -.  -JiTyMciaii caj^Ji^iyoj.^Vdjii^^  c-QMrs?rorriii;ec.t..-iiTi'TroT;t.!T)ont carric-i ���������������;'  i tOiuLji-u.v-^EiC;ru^^ f Y. '���  Prescription" i .- com posed oTtne very' ha >  native medicinal roots known to medi-.:!���:  cienco for tho cure of woman's peci'ii;--  ���ilmcntii, pontai::s   no  alcohol  und -.i-i-  harmful oi' habit.-forminf*-drugs.  Do not expect too much from "Favorite  Prescription; "it will not perform miracles ; it will not disolve or cure tumor**.  No mediaine will, lt will do as much to  establish vigorous health in most weaknesses and ailments peculiarly Incident to  women as any medicine can. It must be  given a, fair chance by perseverance in Its  use for a reasonable length of time.  Youja^lLaiIarfl tn iyrrpt, a. spcrpJ.-n**'--  truin as a substituto foy \\\\?, rf,T"��vlv n\  known, r-omposiTiou^  c Sick women are invited to consult Dr.  Pierce, by letter, free. All correspondence Is guarded as�� sacredly secret and  womanly confidences aro protected by  professional privacy. Address Dr. R. V.  Pierce, Buifalo, N. Y.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the best  iaxativo and regulator of the bowels.  They invigorate atomach, liver and  bowels. One a laxative; two or three a  cathartic.   Easy to take as candy.  Co  AT THE CHORCHES  HANDBOOK. '  (New E<lition   is-i-ri  March. 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A Korean named In Whang  Cuang has been sentenced to 25  years imprisonment at San Francisco for shootiug Durham White  Stevens, the political adviser to  the Japanese government iu  K>rea.  The prosecution was paid bv  the Japanese government who  feel the loss of so valuable a servant. jThe Korean patriot wil  serve his time ia the full conviction that he did his duty in killing a man who betrayed the confidence of the Korean people.  .   According to Acdrew Carnegie  the iron supplies in the U.S. will  -.~T-.:.r>yyv-.A-,^-wyv-.^---/v-yyyi-^^^  GENERAL NOTES I  7.W..\Xsy.JOj iwxow^r SI  Tbe Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux  declares that there is no foundation for the rumors of Lord Strath-  cona's resignation from the Canadian High Commissionership.  The properties of the Alfred  Dickie Lumber companv in Nca  Scotia have been sold to an English syndicate for .$1,156,500.  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The Canadian Government has  forwarded $100,000 tor the relief  of the earthquake sufferers in  Italy.    After burning for several weeks  "Biggest and Best"  Plug  Chewing Tobacco ��  ���MHilllllllflllWIWIliM TOll  The Arlington is centrally  located, warm rooms, jrood  meals and a Bar stocked  with the best Liquors  and Cigars.  C. A, Dempsey, Frop.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  ESTATE OF JOSEPH A, DEVLIN,DEC EASED  AI/L Creditors and others havlntr <-'-.ims  a-rainst the Est-te of Joseph A. n.v.-lin,  late of the Town cf Westbridge and City of  Greenwood, British Columbia, Decea��ei! .irerequired oo or before the Thirty-first day -���>' January, i��o9, to send by mail or deliver tn J itnes  Pii-Tj-fi, Esquire, Executor, in care of th- mder-  signed, full particulars in waiting n such  claims, verified by affidavit or statu'."**- declaration setting "out the nature and .���mount  thereof and the nature and amount of tU-scM-ur-  t-*.y, if any held by them.  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We Can Save Yon Money  ���!?-�������-*���$ 4�� ���-$�� 4�� ��fr+*|�� ���!��� *|M|��-JiM^;*l>-4k.-l*. 4��+& -f^4�� 4��  aawa y^%S��'Si?r:li  ���.���.-.'.h-v ���i.a'.V. - y ;.*;,?.*/.*;,*:;; ���  yy }Yy-yt%^Y&Y?yy  ms,  THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  If you suffer from Piles the  experience  of  thousands  leads  t��o  onet definite   conclusion���  that, the Surest way to relief is The Zam-Buk way! Surely you  believe that, nature provides somewhere, a cure for all nature's ills!  Zam-Buk is tbe refined and concentrated essences of healing herbs���nature's  balm. Theoretically it should be good. Analysts and doctors agree  on this. Practically as well as theoretically it. is good. Thousands  of people in four continents bear testimony.   Read these cases :���  Mrs. Wm. Hughes, of 253, llccheli-ta Sutei, lUchelaga, Montreal, says :���"I  suffered from blind, itching, and protruding piles for tears*. Sometimes th'ey were  so bad that I could hardly bear to move ab- ut. 'lhe ir.flnrimiHtion, the burrjin/-  smarting pain, the throbbing, the aching, the over-] ow-riug feelings of dultiess and  dark despair which this ailment brings, the shooting spa*-ins of aj:ony���- all were so  terrible that only MifFerers from this awful ailment can understand ! "  Bad as this case was, Zim-Buk triumphed, nnd Mrs. Huglies suffers no longer.  Mrs. E. Boxail, ul Scott Struct, St. '1 honia--,, m\ s :���" hi r months wiiliout cessation I endured great pain from bleeding piles. F. r as many nic.n'hs I tried (.veiylhing-  which 1 thought would give me case, but in tht- end uis* iriitd and s:ill suffering I  gave in."   . . ?  Then it whs she heard of Zam-Rulc. and she a<Ms :���" Altliough I feared Zam-Pyk  would be like the ordinary leene. its ���*u-*eliss��� I t,m glad itwas not. It soon proved itself  to be very different. It rapidiy y-ivi: me relief, and alitr n tin e cuiedn e completely.  1 would like to lit all suffsrer.-i from piles kiiuw v.hat a grai.d thing Zam-Buk is."  Mr. Thos. Carr, of Ellesmt-re Strcel, Runcorn, tays :���" I firtt began to suffer from  piles through sitting on dump grass one s-ummer, arid for .years I endured agony from  this terrible complaint. Sometimes I would be bedri-idem' for a>;h ng as a month at a  Atrelch. Yet, to-day, I never MHTur from piles I Zam-Buk cured me, to stay cored,  and I bless the day 1 fust tried it !"    -  So 011 e could go on quoting case after case and it is by working" such cures that  Zam-lluk has earned for itself its great repu,iation.  Now if you suffer from thi* teniblv pninfui ailment just be guided by the foregoing  ca-fsl Don't delay-t ' Uon't wn-jfe time on things said to be "just as good." Get  the real genuine Ztm-Buk and start out on the way.to health 1  Zam-Buk is a cure also for cold-sons, and chapped cracked hands, ulcers, festerinpfores,blood  ; pqUouuii;, eczema, bad, lep, ringworm, scalp sores, * burns,   scalds,  aacl all skin diseases and injuries.  AU druggists and stores at 50 c. a b'oc, or post free from Zam-Buk  Co.. Toronto,' for price ; 3 boxes for ��1.25.  ��� Cut out attached coupon and ma;l w.th ic. sta-np (to pay return  postage) to Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, together with name and date of  this paper and a Free Sample box will be sent you.  FREE BON  COUPON.  ll  TKE. G REflT   SKI N - CO RE.  is the Pioneer Weekly  of the ' Boundary Creek  f     Mining District.  f The Times has the  most complete Stock of  Type, Inks, Paper, in  the Boundary.  % The Times is improving its stock, enlarging  its circulation, widening  its interests every  month.   .  --fThe Times, in Job  Work, Advertising, in  News Getting and Giving' can deliver the  goods.  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Building News, th-?  new trade journal published at  Victoria, is a very creditable paper and fills alone felt want in  the commercial field of the province.  Real estate   business   in Vancouver is breaking all records.  9 *���?.*�� otCf-t-w a oa a -��-���������>��-���� -��<-*.-boo i *  9 o  �� UT\Trr  a vi\ imviY-p �����  * llll Ll 1 jv)   iTLIl/   iUilUilU *  9 9  9 9  -3��-��#'-��->*0#R'-:'-S-��*-i��0!-''>��-�� >'.��Ot��"!l  Tbe Kettle Kiver Journal ���-.������us  that the First -Thought mire at  Orient shows a 50 fU face of $100  ore on the 5th level.  $30,000 was paid for a 51 per  cent interest __ in three clu-im*. in  Orient ci-mp aid an option given  on the other 49 per cent for $125,-  000.   ��00 men are working at Coleman, Alta.  A big strike of gold-bearing-  ore is reported from Mara Lake,  8 miles from Sicamous. The  claims are known as the Iron  Dtke and a contract has been let  for driving a 300ft. tuunel.  E. Heathcote, formerly superintendent of mines for Alberfa,  is superintendent of the Coal  Creek mines of the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal Co.  . A " B. W. Hoderes, superintendent of the Granby smelter is oa  a trip to California.  Prince Rupert has 14 hotels,  lodging houses and restaurants,  aud a population of 650,. -which  the Empire says will be 6,500 before the end of 1909. The new  city is asking for incorporation.  The years ore shipments from  Cobalt exceeded ten millions in  value   and  amounted   to   19,250  tons. *    . "  A recent shipment of 17 tons of  ore from , the Bluebell netted  $!,450.   Returns from 28 tons from the  Molly Gibson gave $560.  *- MTwfc uP^''4&*��.'w'*'w* \\\-aW^ '  1 L WAY  ANNUAL  Eastern Canada  Excursions  Royal Standard Flour  Every 491b. sack of Royal Standard Flour leaving  our mills contains a numbered coupon. On tbe last day of  each month 10 numbers will be drawn and published in the  first-issue of this paper following. To each one holding  the duplicates of these numbers, we will, upon return to  us of coupon, deliver free of all charges to any address, a  HANDSOME CHINA   DINNER   SET  of 109 pieces, j ?Je*^hi* w!^~*-  Value $25 00. | fro�� Nov.^an^ntnUed  Full particulars on the back of each coupon. BEGIN SAVING THEM TODAY.  REMEMBER We guarantee every sack of Royal  Standard to be the purest, sweetest and most wholesome  bread flour on the market.   Manufactured only by  VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO.. LTD.  Vancouver, B.C.  Low Round Trio Rates to  ONTARIO,   OUEBEC   AND  MARITIME   PROVINCES  Tickets on sale December 1 to Dec. 31,  inclusive, good to return within   three  months.  Tickets issued in connection  Atlantic  ill   be on   sale  1 to five montbrt  from date of issue.  sax  Kelowna cigar factery employs  22 hands and turns out 6000 cigars daily. '.<���".'.  Donald Guthrie, of Rossland,  has been appointed ehief of Nelson fire department,  The B.C. Electric Railway  company will extend their Vancouver service to Hastings.  The Pacific Coal"Co. has expended a million dollars in developing their coal resources at Hosmer.    The world produces $200,000,-  000 in gold and 130,000,000 oz. of.  silver a year.  Tea  Coffee  Spi  and Extracts  Finest Eaoipment.   Standard First  Class Sleeping and Tourist Cars on all  Through Trains.  2 Through Express trains daily  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"  Leaves Winnipeg daily at 2210, making connections at    Toronto  for all  points east and west thereof  Apply to nearest C P.R. Agent lor full  in formation.  B.   ��.   BBDPATm     AGEUT  GREENWOOD  J. E Procter; ��;JU* Calgary  Gus Theis, of Cranbrook, has  effected a deal with th�� Illinois  Steel Co. fer two claims on Perry  Creek whereby the purchasers  agree to put a ten stamp' mill oa  the property.  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  Snynopsis of Canadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  A NY even-numbered section of Dominion  Lands In Manitoba. Saskatchewan and  Alberta, excepting* 8 and 26, not reserved, maybe homesteaded bv any person who is tbe sole  bead of a family, or any male over IS years ot  age, to the extent of one-quarter section of ISO  acres, more or less.  Application for entry most be made In person  by the applicant at a Dominion Land A- srenc  or Sub-airency for the district in which the land  ls situate. Entry by proxy may, however, be  made at any Agency on certain conditions by  the father mother, son, dara-j-hter, brother or  sister of an intending homesteader.  Dutibb���1. At least six montl'S* residence  npon aad cultivation of the land In each year  for three years.  2. A homesteader may, tf he so desires, per  form the required residence duties by li-riii*. on  farming land owned oolely by him, not less  than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in the vicinity  of his ho-t-,esiead. Be may also do to by living  with father or mother, on certain condition  joint ownership in land will not meet this requirement,  3. A homesteader intending to perforn. his  residence duties In accordance with the above  while living with parents or on fanning land  owned by himself must notify the Agent for tha  district of such intention.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy ofthe Minister of the Interior  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of   this  ad  vertlsement will not be-paid for.  The S.S. Lonsdale is taking  30,000 bushels, of Alberta wheat  from Vancouver to SaKna Cruz,  Mexico.  A SCIENTIFIC WONDER  The Secret of a Famous Healing-Balm  - The re-discovery of a secret that has  lain hidden in the dust of 20 centuries  is an event full of fascinating interest,  and the story of Zam-Buk, the world-  famed first-aid and skin cure will always enlist attention. Zam-Buk is the  virtual descendant ot those woderful  and mysterious herbal balms by the use  of which the manly athletes of Ancient  Greece and the stalwart gladiators of  Rome ensured the healthiness and  ready healing of their skin.      ,  Many are the attempts that were  made to produce a perfect balm for the  skiq, but only in Zatc-Bnk has the  ideal been realized. Since its discovery Zam-Buk has been' welcomed in  mansion and cottage, and the people of  two hemispheres realised that they  have been placed in possession of an  absolutely unique cure for skin complaints. ,  The reasons for thiB triumph ot  science are simple and few. Taking a  lesson from the Ancients, the proprietors of Zam-Buk first of all wisely decided that the ideal balm must be purely herbal and contain not the slightest  trace of rancid animal fate or poisonous minerals. Thus Zam Buk is made  solely from rich and pure essences obtained from certain herbs. These  juices and extracts are prepared and  refined by ingenious scientific processes and then so. skilfully blended that a  unique, effective, and yet perfectly  natural preparation for dispelling skin  disease is secued.  Zam Buk has an affinity for the  human skin such as no ordinary ointment or linament can possibly possess.  Besides soothing pain - and allaying  irritation, it possesses unique antiseptic  and germicidal qualities -which virtually chase disease germs out of their  hiding-places in the skin tissues; at the  same time it purifies tbe pores and invigorates the natural functions of the  skin in a way th; t no other preparation can.  Zam-Buk solves in a perfect manner  tbe problem of alwayshaving handy at  home or at one's work an ever ready  and reliable fir*&t aid for cuts, burns,  scalds, bruises, lacerations, scrutches,  etc. Zara Buk is without equal for  eczema, ulcers,piles.bad leg, ringworm  scalp b res, festering aeres, sprains,  stiffness, poisoned wounds of all kinds,  face soses, chafing, chapped hands,  cold soreB, frost bites, sore feet, diseas  ed ankles, and all such itching, irritat  ion* and inflammation.  Zam Buk is in dailr need in every  household and is sold by ail druggists  and stores at 50 cents a bos. Refuse  harmful and dangerous substitutes  sometimes "pushed" as being "just as  good."  MORTGAGE SALE.  TAKE NOTICE that uuder and by virtu*: of  a certain Mortgage from Fred Forest  Travis, which will be produced at tbe time of  sale, there will be offered for sale by public  auction by James SL Birnie. Deputy Sheriff, in  front of the Court Honse,at Greenwood, British  Colnmbia, on Wednesday, the Twentieth day  of January, 1909, at Eleven o'clock In the fore  noou, the following valuable Residence Property In the City of Greenwood, B.C., namely:  Lot O.ie in Block J, as shown on Map Forty-  Six.  The property Is well located at the cornerof  Mill and Gold Streets and npon the lot is said  to be. a larfre and well built dwelling house.  For f nrther particulars apply to  JOHN D. SPENCE,  Mortgagees' Solicitor,  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C.  Dated this 21st day of December, 1908.  NOTICE.  IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND REGISTRY  ACT. RE LOT 20. BLOCK 8r PLAN 21  CITY OF GREEN #000.  WHEREAS proof of ths loss of Certificate  of Title Number 1251a to the above nier-  tloned lands, issned In the name of Christopher  Wood, of the City of Greenwood in the County  of Yale, has been filed in this office ; notice Is  hereby given that I shall at the expiration oi  one month from the date of the firet publication  hereof, issue a duplicate of said certificate of  title unless in the meantime valid objection be  made to me in writing.  Dated at Land Registry Office, Kamloops,  this 17th day of December, 1908.  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar  Everybody  Agrees  that COD LIVER OIL and IRON arc  beyond question the greatest medicines known. Then why does not  everybody *ake Cod Live: Oil and  Iron? Simply because most people  cannot take tlie 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.  WhUe  FERROL  is manufactured from the best quality  of Cod Liver Oil (the whole of the Oil)  and is richer in *"-il than any other  enml-;ion,and while it contains just the  right quantity of the best form of Iron  ind Phosphorus, it is so scientifically  prepared that not one person in a thousand finds any- trouble in taking it,  ind infants digest it without difficulty.  Moreover the well-established value of  the Oil and Iron is immensely  enhanced by the process of manufacture, and as the formula is freely exposed 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"  nc  We will send you The Boundary Creek  Times with all the News pf the Boundary  and The Farm and Ranch Review, Cal/  gary, a first-class Rancher's Paper, irom  now until January 1st, 1910,  The Manitoba Daily Free Press  and The Boundary Creek Times  Twelve Months for  >0<l-HIMI>IMHIMtll-IM  WORTH TAKING  On��oane�� Fluid Extract Dandelion;  On* otmoe Compound SaUtoM ;  Four   onnoM   Compound   Syrup  8arBj-parflla;  liixsd and Ukaa ia t������pooofnl  dom aftar Meh meal and at bedtime, -  is fsoBaBMad by a promir-��nt physi-'  clan to be tha best mixtnrs for the  oar* of aha kidney, bladder, and all  vtiaaaj tro-ablta.  Thia aaja tU doctor, is Unaort  rimpla though ���rmisiiitj-i preMrtp-  t-km ���ver wtitta--| te <Iwum the  syatera et ittpvMie art waste  ���saitor. It Mia m > jwaftsl took  to the Udma, liistrflliii t*tttar  t-atth* aalds m  ing riwniiwMsM,  art other -Ami arising   frea  sew, bar-tan Used.  Tta tagi iiIUms*- -MB W -swsarsd at  ���ajfood dM-rtas, ���jrsikate'frarsrjr  tssmidIs aad eatlnlv. assauns*. wa  suOrbsaimdatb*a*Y ry ,y  Ik 50a km asoofeb)* frbod ahow  tab io bias, aa k* wOl andeabtodlv   .  ',   h�� fhnstrVto lau-a at aodbaajbart   ''  ':  l-dfidTrin^inrlirl tweedy. t  1  l-|U*Mlt-*��-l��l-IM-|-��->��-��  BOV  BBPf-ww-'.-ogan  li    'a  v> r,     a  -.��*_   ,-r-^tf*  the kitchen  economist  Send us $3.00 and receive the Greatest Western Daily  and The Times, witn all the News of the Boundary for  a whole year.  MB:  %j��&4  S  ���V-wFj-*  11  lY  ��� i  X f".\ ���   i  yc i  JLlLu  Much of the left-over fo.-xi y:-.-i n*. v.  throw out can be t-jr-icu r.-.'.j -.'���rU-  cious dishes by the r.'Ju:*.:-.-** c'i ;���.  little Bovril. ,  It gives warmed-owr :.*i--:i:3 ''.;  juiciness ofthe origin*-.! ccc!;i.i-;.  It gives body and i*trcn-c-'-�� 1 * nc:.'-~.  and gravies.  It gives a delicious, \'.qv.*:-.'. .'::-,���.>..-  to cold meats ami k--.-h.-s.  Every day you will f.n-J Bovr!! :tl.-ij*>  and an economy  in   your 2*.-tchen"  Bovril contains the essence, H^vo;-  and nutrient substance of t!*t- v. ry  best beef. It j-*ivcs strength nn-.l  nourishment to the invalid, .-..id ho'-p-  fulness and economy to xba cools.  All 8ood -grocers sell BOVRIL  ���^;ia;-*:-.i^*-g*fxr^  ���5***1  -"**���  - -^1 ^^^s��  ass  THE   BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES   ilu  5.  BIG" "REDUCTION" SALE  y. We are over stocked in  several  lines  and  to  -| reduce our stock, we are  offering the  follow-  | ing goods at greatly reduced Prices. Cotnmen-  i[ cine- Dec. 10th and continuing until Xmas Eve.  S20  18  16  15  12.50  IO  SUITS.  SUITS  $15  13  12  11.25  9  T.50  HATS.  5.50 Hats. Stetsons, 4.50  4.50 " " 3.50  3.00  2.00  ?  'Is  A full line of Fancy Dress Shirts,  Reduced fvom $2.00 to 1.50  -,,..   $1.50 to 1,00  A special line of Heavy Underwear,  Regular $3.00 now 2,25 a suit, all sizes,   from  34 to 46.  Any  Sweater in'the  house at 25 per cent discount.  Miner's nailed shoes,,  $6.00 and 5.50 lines for 4.00  ��� $4 00   ,,     ,,  3.00  We have the largest stock of crockery in tlie  Boundary District, and will give you a chance  ���to get it cheap.  All our 97 piece dinner sets, regular  $18.00 now $13.50  A nice Blue Design Gold traced patterns, 106  pieces regular $20.00 now $15.00.  A new -Line White Gold traced Patterns 106  pieces regular $20.00 now. $15.00  A Line of China which we will sell at big reduction. Also a beautiful Line of carvers for  Xmas Turkey.   ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES  \i  I  Royal" Port  Christmas Cheer  Imported Direct.  I  W   Rllrlnp���:;tpr,-^  ^his Port is shipped  J.   YY.  DUIUICMCl  &    only in cases and bottled  at the Lodges at Oporto, Portugal.  "PliriQtitlJl" A %ht- fruity Sherry, bottled  Lnri-bTind ' only  in  Spain   by    Gonzalez,  ^JlPTTV Byass y Ca., Jerez de la Fron^  ��1IC1,Jf . tera, Spain.  Burgundies,  Clarets, etc.  Greenwood Ciquor go*  IMPORTERS GREENWOOD  <F  SNAP  ANTISEPTIC  D  r  The best preparation known for   removing   dirt,  grease, paint, ink and stains of all kinds.  Snap Saves You Money.  Because it is cheaper and better than soap.  Snap Saves You Work,  Because it cleanes quicker and easier than soap.  Snap Saves Your Hands.  Because it leaves them soft and clean.  If yon ever try Snap you will never be with out it..  25 Cents a Tin.  Furniture and Stove Man.  Phone 16.  ;*���mi w*-ss*a.isii�� is^> n-^--.s-  m, m*"*-. n  ����ii  �������'���> ���<������ i��-^s.ai-��a^�� A  Purely Personal;  Mrs. F.V.Venables will receive  on the second aud third Wednesdays.   .  Dr. Dank. C.P.R. Surgeon at  Eholt, was in the city on Saturday. , .  Mrs. David Smith, ot Beaverdell, is a visitor in Greenwood.  Dr. and Mrs-*. Simmons will return this evening from a trip to  the coast.  Mining Recorder George Cunningham is rusticating for a week  with J. R. Jackson, Midway.  E. T. Wickwire has returned  from a trip to Vancouver.  W. H. Covert, Grand Forks,  was in the city on New Year's  day.  J. N. Paton, of Ecclefechau  farm is in town for a day or two.  E. G. Sutherland, Vancouver,  is at the ImpcTriaJ.  Miss Watson and Miss Brown  visited Mrs. G. A. Rendell at  Eholt on New Year?.  Sam Stooke, of Midway, was in  town on Thursday.  Al. Luke has returned from a  three week's trip bo Spokane and  other points.  Mrs. G, J. Mclrthur entertained a few friends at five-hundred  on Wednesday evening.  A. L,. White has returned from  a trip to the Similkameen.  Judge Brown is at Veraon presiding over a session of the County Court of that district.  Mrs. W. C. H. Wilson will give  a card party this evening,  T. M. Gulley returned on Tues.  day from a business trip to Spo-  ane and other points.  Mr. and Mrs-. Wm. Wilson have  returned from the coast and have  taken up their residence afc the  Mother Lode.  Merton Charlton, of Bridesville, was in town on Tuesday.  ELECTION NOTICE.  Corporation of tlie City of Greenwood.  Pl'BLIC NOTICE is Hereby tiveii to the elec  tors of tlie Municipality of -tl* City of  G reenwood, that I require the presence of tlie  said electors at the City Hall in the City of  Greenwood on tbellth day of January, lOT), at  12 o'cloclc noon, for the purpose of electing* -persons to represent tliem in the Municipal Council  as Mayor and Aldermen, and.for the purpose of  electing one person as School Trustee for the  Greenwood City School Dis-.rict.  1'he modcof nomination of Candidates shall  be  as follows:  The candi-lates shall be nominated In Writing*;  the writing shall he subscribed by two voters of  the Municipality as proposer and seconder, and  shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at  any time between the date of the notice and 2  p. ni. of the day of the nomination, and in the  event of a poll*beinp necessary, such poll will  be opened on the 14th day of January, A. D. 190��  between the hours of ') a. ni. and 7 p. in. atthe  said City Office, of which every person is hereby required to take notice and govern himself  aecoidin-rlv  QUALIFICATIONS:  The persons qualified to be nominated for and  elected as Mayor of thc City sliall be such persons as arc male British subjects of the full ape  of twenty-one years, and are not disqualified  under any law. and have been for the six  months next proceeding the day of nomination  the registered owner, in the Land Registry  Oflice of lanfl or real property in the city of the  assessed value on the last municipal assessment  roil of One Thousand Dollars or more, over and  above any registered judgment or''-barge and  who are otherwise duly qualified as municipal  voters.  Thc persons qualified to be nominated for and  elected as Aldermen of said Ci'.v, shall be such  persons aH are male British Subjects of the full  age of twenty-one years, aud are not disqualified  under auy law, aud have been for six months  next proceeding lite day of nomination lhe reg-  gistered owner, in the Land Registry Office, of  land or real property in the city of the assessed  value, on the last Municipal Assessment roll of  live hundred dollars or more over audnbove any  registered judgement or charge, and who are  otherwise duly qualified as mumcipil voters ������  Auy person, being a householder in the Green  wood City School District  and being a British  Subject of the full age of twenty-ope years and  otherwise qualified by the Public School Act to  vote at an Election of School Trustees in  the  said Sellout District is qualified to be nominated  for and elected as School Trustee.  .  Given under my hand at Greenwood this 31st  day of December, A. T. l'KW.  G.B.TAYLOR,  Returning Officer.  PATRONIZE   HOME  INDUSTRY, AND  SMOKE THE  0UNDARY  tmaaaaaatmawaaa^mmaamtttmaaBB  CIGAR  HAVANA    FILLED.  Mr. & Mrs,. C. A. Handash deleft for Denver on Tuesday.  ��� Miss Olive Bunting left on  Monday to attend St. A m's  school at Victoria.  Miss Wilson entertained s une  of her friends last evening.  Miss Hughes, who has '-l.-v-n  spending the holidays with Mr.  and Mrs, W. C. H. Wilson, will  leave tomorrow for the Territories.  ���  Dave Good'spent Xtnas v. ith  the Collector of Customs,Case -de  N. F. Kendall and Mrs. Kendall, of the Bank of Monacal  staff. Nelson, who have been vis-  itiug Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Pr. *:tor  during the holidays, have ret -in-red to lhe electric city.-  Robert Keffer left on Satuiday  to resume his studies atthe W i-"h-  ingtou State College at Pulli.i tn.  Mrs. (Rev) McKee and Mrs.  F W. flirt entertained the i' es-  byterian choir at the Mdnse Friday evening.  J. Peck MacSwaine, pun -it,  printer and mining critic has ' arrived safely at Orient, and the  first instalment of t'he an ual  Peck joke, series has been permitted to appear in the Kettle Kiver  Journal.  On New Year s Eve a plen <ant  party assembled at,the honi ��� of  Mr. and Mr?. I. D. Skelton to  celebrate the silver anniversary  of their wedding, with gifts ind  games and other social t joy-  ments.  Geo. H. Sutherland, an old-  time Boundary prospector and  hunter is stopping at the Ar! i ig-  ton and renewing old acquain lances. At one time Mr. Su' her-  land held the Anaconda sme'ter  site as a mineral claim but n-lin-  guished it to hold his ranch near  Molson where he is now a * ros-  perous rancher.  Mr. Bunting's Card.  Greenwood, B.C., Jan. 6,1909J  To the Electors of the City  op Greenwood:  I wish to take this opportunity  of announcing tliat I have consented to again acce*pt the nomination for the Mayoralty of your  City, after having served in the  Council for six years, the last two  as Mayor. My general policy, as  in the p*sf-, shall' be one of strict  economy, I shall, however, always  be anxious to encourage any project or enterprise which may be  of benefit in building upor bettering- your Oi,ty.  The following gentleman have  consented to accept nomination as  Councillors :  North Ward���C. J. Wilson, A.  F. H. Meyers.  South   Ward���T.    M.   Gulley,  W. B. Fleming, S. P. Dixon.  H. Bunting.  Raw, Cold  ������Auditorium >  Five NIGHTS,  Starting*  Monday, Jan.  U  The Lee McClellan Co  In High-class Repertoire.  10 People - Special Scenery  Monday���   Down East  Tuesday The Golden Giant  Wed : The Power of the Cross  Thursday.   .... The Battle of Life  Friday Tennessee's  parlner  Prices���50c, 35c,   25 j.  JLadies  Free Monday Ki.rht  Requisition for Mayor  To Jou.v B. Desuosiki-s, Giikkn-  nwood, B. C.:  Deah Sin : We, tho iindBi signed  ratepayers, realizing that the position of civic affairs* in the City of  Greenwood at present require a  mini -endowed with' energy and  ability to place the same on &  sound and business basis, and  knowing yon as we do, having followed your actions during the  years you have served us in the  capacity of alderman ; also knowing your integrity -is a citizen;  hereby beg to request you to allow  us to place you iu nomination as a  candidate for Mayor of the city.  We hereby pledge ourselves to  give you our full support and influence.  Robert Wood. Sydney, M. Johnson, J. E: Spankie, Robert Little.  Jas. Drum, J. H. Macfarlane,  Jaine�� Sutherland, J W. Mellor,  C. J. McArthur. Sidney Oliver,  R, Robinson, Fretl Bouchie, F. C.  Buckless, Slat Maloney, George  Swayne, Charles Martin, John  Prescott and others. '���'''.-  REPLY TO REQUISITION.  To the Ratepayers of Greenwood.  Gentlemen : It was with great  pleasure that I received your  requisition asking me to allow myself to be placed in nomination as  a candidate for mayor for the ensuing year, and in reply beg to  thank .-you for the expression of  confidence contained therein, and  assure you I am willing to accept  your request and place myself in  nomination.  I altfo desire to Bay that iu the  event of toy election I hereby  pledge myself to work in the entire interests of the city as a whole.  Later I will aieet the elec-fcors at  a public . meeting, when I will  express my views fully and outline  my policy. 1 am, gentlemen,  yours respectfully,  J. B. Desrosierss ,  Full line of office and pocket  diaries for 1909 at Coles' Bookstore.  For Sale or Rent, immediately,  Two-storey 10-room ���_ House on  Kimberley Avenue, property of  R.'J. Moffatt. Apply E. H. Mor  timer.  1 Stop tbat Cough '  Z  %  at once  before  it I a Is  to  a  worse   ill,  BY USING  n  f.  Ul  El  Made from the Puic jpruce Gum and Finest Cherry Bark,  special. 25c. price  T. THOMAS  MERCHANT  TAILOR ....  CLOTHES CLEANED,  PRESSED AND REPAIRED  ����������'��� �����*���*���  Agent for the  Blaine Bros.,  Co., Limited.  For One Week till January 16th,  EMULSION COD LIVER OIL  The Very Best /OC   For One Week Only  ." WHITE BROS.,  Druggists -       -       -       Opticians  ft   LAGER AND PORTER,  a  ginger ale:, ginger beer: I  ALL KINDS OF |  L,ARl ONATED DRINKS  1   : s _   |  fl  PINT BOTTLUYQ FOR FAMILY USE  Bottled and Draugfr Deer. Phone 138, Greenwood  |  PhnptiiY  Rrpwr v fn    successors to the  rnuemx  ore-Wl .JUl.,   dRhorn Brewery Co  Guess these last few days have .set you  thinking about your winter Overcoat,  Well ! we're   ready   for you with a  W  4.       f\ select stock,  in the   accepted styles  Wintry   UayS/    and beautiful cloth patterns.  Our regular  Campbell's  Clothing  -is good enough for any man, but if  you're in the habit of* getting your  clothes made to order,our special order system should appeal to you.  You '11 get better niade clothes, with  more style 'and at- two-thirds the  price of your regular tailor.  Come iu and see our stock, and let's  show you what we caii do.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  T. M. GULLEY & CO.  Are olfering a special line of  IRON BEDS AND BEDDING  At away down Prices.  Full size Beds, strong, and Durable, from $5.50 to  $30.00  Mattresses in ten different grades and prices,^  A fine line of new Dining Chairs arid Rockers just  Opened up.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -  ������"���    TO RENT  ���  ,���'.. ���   ��� ���  Fine 6-roomed modern house.    *  4-Roomed Cottage'.  "Suiteof Rooms in a. Block.  One Furnished Room.  FOR SALE  City Lots at all prices. ,'���  Fine Ranch comprising 715  acres.  *  +  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Lt(k  4�� OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.  ��*fr*f-t"f-fr-f *fr*fr-f*��*fr-|'*f>f*fr'f 4-f-f-4>f'f4'*fr  *  *  ���*  99*999maaaa9a9**9a99aaaau999a9aaa��aa09aa9aaaaaa��a999a  P.  * CO., Ltd.!  DEALERS IN  Tresb and gured Ifte  Fish and Poultry.  ai$  ���-  ��-  :  -��*  ��  ��  *  *  ��� -  :  ��  *  *99*-99aaaa99a*aa999a999aaaaaa*aa-��^~,9*9aa99a99-9099909-  ���^v*��-v^-\.  Palace Livery Stables j  i  DRAYING���Wc Can Move Anything  F. G.  PROPRIETOR  >  ���v  S&5SH��r?^  f^c^r^^��^��^^s^s^s^��^i^H^^��^^:^^s  Caie  Is in the Windsor Hotel.  The business bf providing  things good to eat is our  business. Meals 'are well  and promptly served. Fverything completely to  your taste. .   Howard Moore, Proprietor^


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