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 -*?  7  VOL. 14  GREENWOOD,   B. C,   FRIDAY, MAY 20. 1910.-  I  Ty**  ill >  S  No. 37  (F  I  ���C F. STORK  GREENWOOD, B. C.  *.,..- ' *? ���  The time to buy goods of all kinds is when the  stock is fresh.    See our new  LAWN WAISTS,  LADIES' HATS,  CORSETS, GINGHAMS,  SHOES, SUITINGS,  LAWNS, ETC.  /F  I  Greenwood's Big Furniture Store  *  A GOOD MNE OF  Sea-grass Chairs and  Rockers  Just arrived, suitable for  porch or parlor.  ' Drop in and see them.  Prices are away  down.  Everything in thc Furniture Line.  T. ffl. Gulley & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS -   -   Phone 27  if  Get the Gopher  ' Gopher Death will rid your farm  or garden of gophers aud ground  squirrels. It is put up' in boxes  each holdingl,400 tablets, and each  tablet means a dead. gopher.    The  tablets are sweetenediandlfla-eored   and the gophers   hunt   for thein.  By Mail, $1.45  1  $1.25 Per W?  THOMAS DRUG & MUSIC GO,  ������-'��� THE STORE OF QUALITY,  ������in"-  JM  iatMatomm  GREENWOOD  CITY COUNCIL  The City Council met in regular  session Monday night, the mayor and  all the aldermen bein--; present.  The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted.  A letter was read from the license  commissioner re reduction in the number of liquor licenses, and notifying  the council that the number will total  five only.  A letter was received from the  C. P. R. re water rates.  Moved by Alderman Dixon, seconded by Alderman Craig, that the  offer of the C. P. R. of 5450 per  year for 20,000 gallons of water daily  be accepted, with the additional rates  for the three houies occupied by their  employees be paid for at the current  city rates.  Alderman Craig gave notice that  he would, at the next regular meeting  of the council, ask leave to introduce  a bylaw amending the Revenue Bylaw.  The  finance   committee reported  9  the  following accounts correct, and  they were ordered to be paid:  K. McKenzie, $35.08; The  Ledge, $10; E.W. Bishop, $134.55;  Kinney & McDonald, $18.90; Laundry account, 95 cents; Greenwood  Water Works Co., $123:25; Russell-Law Co., $8.85; J. H. McNeil,  $26; Minto Craigie, ��81.40!  It having been brought to the notice  of the council that manure is being  taken from the' county farm, it was  ordered that this be stopped at once.  Moved by Alderman Craig, seconded by Alderman McKee, that the  sum of $25 be donated to the Memorial committee.  Moved by Alderman Craig, seconded by Alderman McKee, that the  council adjourn to meet again on Friday, May 20th, at 1:30 p. m. Carried. '         TEN YEARS AGO  (From Boundary Creek Times of May 20,' IWO-  ���A. J. Courson, of Denver, Col.,  was a visitor to the city.  The Greenwood Dramatic Co.,  give preformances towards-'the  reliefjofSando-4 fire sufferers.  &  "\  &CO.  Wholesale M Retail Dealers in  Fresh Meats  jultry and Game  War between Russia and Japan  discredited, they may squabble  but will not fight.  Governor Mcintosh receives enthusiastic reception at Grand  Porks and Greenwood.  PARADE ON  IAL DAY  The following is the order of  parade for Memorial day:  Memorial service in the Greenwood Auditorium, Friday, May  20th, 1910, at 3 p. m.  Procession will leave the- City  Hall at 2:.?0 p. in. prompt, in the  following ordor, and will march  to the Auditorium:  Mounted advance guard.  B. P. Boy Scouts.  School children.  Government oflicials.  Oitv Council.  Fire Department and other  city employees.  Church  ministers   and  speakers.  Masonic Lodge.  Oddfellows Lodge.  Knights of Pythias.  Other organizations.  General public.  Scoutmaster R. G. Hargreaves,  Marshal of the Day.  General  public to be  in their  seats not later than 2:45 p. m.  MORE HORRORS  One hundred an thirty seven  lives were lost in an explosion in  the Wellington . coal mine at  Whitehead, near Manchester,  England. Fire breaking out  made rescue impossible, and practically no hope for those still entombed.  At Wilkesbarre. Penn., eight  high school graduates, six girls  and two boys, lost their lives  while boating on the dam at  Huntington mills.  At St. Louis. Mo., twelve  people lost their lives in an attempt to reach shore, from the  steamer Saltillo, which had struck  a rock  at Glen  Park.    A panic  occurring from  a badly carried  out plan of rescue.  WIRELESS TELEPHONE  INTEREST OF  CAMDA HURT  The old country view of immigration regulations holds that  the Dominion is doing herself an  injury, by which a good class of  immigrants are barred . by the  stringent rules enforced by the  Dominion, which stipulates that  assisted immigrants must be  willing to work on land. Sir  Kinloss Cooke, M. P. is working  assiduously to have this restriction removed, believing that it is  depriving the Dominion of many  artisans, who though assisted in  their passage to Canada, will  eventually prove moat desirable  inhabitants of that land. It is  his desire to see labor exchanges,  throughout the British empire.  This will tend to do away with  starvation and settle the unemployed question.  STARVE  IN  THE NORTH  At Yakataga, Alaska, when  the schooner Anita Philips put  in there, being, the first vessel to  visit that point iu eight months,  the crew found thirty-five people  on the verge of starvation. The  inhabitants, principally miners,  had lots of gold dust, but not  any provisions. It was gold, gold  everywhere, but not a bite to eat.  The vessel has supplied their  wants, which will tide them along  for another eight months.  SIR WILFRID'S VISIT  The Premier will leave Ottawa  about July 7, accompanied by  Hon. Geo. P. Graham, E. W. McDonald and F. Pardee, M. P., for  a sixty days' political tour of  Western Canada. They will  reach the Pacific coast about the  first week in August, and will address meetings in Vancouver, Victoria and Prince Rupert.  WANT CUSHING  A. L. McEwan. a Londou mining engineer, is in town suing up  the miniug possibilities.  Rev. A. Robbins received a  telegram announcing the relief  of Mafeking, South Africa.  The mendacious Joe Martin is  receiving a pretty tough scorching throughout the boundary.  Dr. Le De Forest the inventor  of the wireless telephone, who  lately had a most successful demonstration of its capabilites at  Vancouver, is now at Victoria,  practically testing his invention  there. He states, that the pos-  sibilites of the wireless phone are  limitless and it will not be long  before every vessel of large tonnage, whether freight-or passan-  ger, that goes to sea, will be  equipped with the wireless, ind  will thus be~m c6nstTaT"cdmtnon--;  ication, with sea ports, all over  the world. Already sounds a distance of 600 miles have been demonstrated-.  At a meeting of the Liberal  executive held at Calgary, Alb.,  the following resolution was  unanimously adopted:  Resolved, By the executive,  that in the opinion of the committee, Hon. W. H. Cushing  should be called upon to form a  government in this province.  WANTS IT CHANGED  EARL GREY'S    ���  SUCCESSOR  It is understood that the late King's  brother, the Duke of Connaught.will  succeed Karl Grey as governor-general of Canada. It has been the particular wish of King Edward that he  should be appointed. The official  announcement may be expected  shortly. London papers express the  opinion that no better appointment  could be made, and speak in the highest terms of his qualifications.  We do uot bear so many jokes  this season about the big fish  that got away. There is a  reason. With food at the present  price, the getting nway of a fish  is not a j>ke, but a calamity.  THE-  Club Cigar Store  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes,  Candies, Fruits, Nuts  Plioenix and Midway Siape Oflice.  A-jent for Reco Laundry, Phoenix.  L.  L.  MATTHEWS,  PHONE A-45.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Black Jack." -'55," -'66," "77," "Caberfae  Fractional" and "Hit Me Fractional"  mineral claims, situate in tlie Greenwood  Mininir Division of Yale district. Where  located:   In Central Camp.  TAKE NOTICE That I. Isaac H. Hallett,  as agent for The Consolidated Hinin-f  and Smelting* company of Canada, Limited,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B24042. intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recotder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining* Crown  Grants of the above claims.  And futther take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issue-  anceof such Certificate of Imsrovements.  Dated this 20th day of April, A. O. 1410.  42 I. H. HALLKTT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  'Crescent No. 2" and "JTorene Fractional"  Mineral Claims, situate in the Greenwood  Mining Division of Vale District. Where  located:   In Providence Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac tf. Hallett,  as ajrent for Harry H. Shallenberger,  Free Miners' Certificate No. B26506, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Miniug Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining* Crown  Grants of tbe above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before tbe  issuance of snch Certificate  of-Improvements.  Dated this 21st dav of March, A. D. 1910.  39 I. H. HALLETT.  Japanese Menthol is tiueqiutiled as a pain relieving agent.-  Applied, in the " li. & L."  Menthol Plaster it is the most  effective remedy known for  Lumbago, Sciatica, Rheumatic  Aches and Pains. Try a "D.  & L." Menthol Plaster the  next time you arc suffering  from any one of these complaints and be convinced. 25c.  each at druggists.  (f  USE  FB��ovim  A Splendid Tonic  Builds up the System  Strengthens the  foiuttcies  t-Nvos Mew Life  (���-til.* bv nil I--���.'lr--:-., ���!--tiers,  Maris JcLaw-rciii.- (*���.., Montreal.  J  THE-  National Hotel  A first-class house at very moderate rates.  SUNDAY DINNERS A SPECIALTY  Meals served  from  6  a. in.   to 9 p. ni.  A Bar in connection.  Rooms warm, clean and pleasant,  and prices reasonable.  Baths free to guests.  MRS. HARRY TOWNS  PROPRIETRESS.  [  How few of us there are, who have  not hidden away in some bureau or  closet, some almost forgotten, almost  faded picture-memories of dear one*  who have passed to the Great   Beyond.  Possibly, too, we have been fearfully  watching, as the years go round, the  steady but relentless fading that promises, ere long, to make these dear treasures but a memory indeed. Why not  perpetuate these old picture-memories  while there is yet an opportunity? A  few years hence even the faintest outlines may have vanished forever.  Modern methods and modern papers  will give you a lasting copy of such  pictures, and skillful work will preserve  to you the portraits that you have  almost despaired of and give them to  you in most cases even clearer and  more reminiscently than the faded  copies you now have.  Why not bring these old pictures to  me? I at least will truthfully tell you  whether it is too late to save them.  J. H. JAMES.  City  Studio,  Deadwood Street.  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  SERVICES AT ST JUDE'S  A. Fisher, of Columbia Lum-  Co., has organized the Okanogan  Lumber Co., and will start a  plant at Loomis, Wash.  CHRISTINA LAKE    --  %  Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.  The Lindsay Launch & Boat  company have just shipped a car  load of the celebrated Peterborough boats and canoes to Mr.  Johnson, of Fife, on Christina  lake, this being the second car  shipped to Chriatina.  Mr.yJohason hat just built a  new hotel, which is nicely laid  out, including a dancing pavilion  and boat house. The bar is separate from the hotel. A steam  launch is operated in connection.  Fishing is good, and all tbe  varieties found in the Kootenay  lake are there. Black bass were  stocked a few years ago aud are  now getting- numerous.  MEMORIAL MEETING  Ven. Archdeacon Beer conducted services on Sunday at St.  Jude's Episcopal church, morning  an evening in a very acceptable  manner. The attendance was  very large. He returned coast-  wise on Monday's train, being unable to remain for the memorial  services, which he was ingently  requested to do, but other engagement made it impossible to do so.  The resident prospective rector  from Montreal district, is expected in a short time to carry on  the woik of this parish.  DUAL DEATH PACT  I  The Jews of Vancouver under  the auspices of the Young Meu's  Hebrew associatiau, will hold  services in memory nf the late  (King, at Vancouver, oa Friday  1 May 20.  At Winnipeg, two friend and  fellow country men, left their respective homes in St. Boniface,  at the same time and walked to  death together, to carry out a  prearranged dual death pact.  The cause which prompted their  destruction, was a three cornered  love affair, the two men loved the  same women. They decided to  cut the gordion knot, by both  destroying themselves by dropping into the Red river from the  C. N. R. bridge and both drowned.  No man can serve two masters  ���some wbo have tried it are serving time ior bigamy.  John Redmond, leader of the  Irish Nationalists, writes to Premier Asqnith ia regard to the removal from m^ royal accession  oath of the words contained in it  so obnoxious to the Roman Catholics, and what must wound the  feelings and outrage the faith of  Catholics throughout the Empire.  REMARKABLE CRICKET  In a cricket match at Sydney,  Australia, between the Randwick  and Leicthart teams, out of score  of 99 a batter named Weatherlake  made all but 6 of the score. A  day or so previously another batter named Quinlan made a score  of 100 to his own bat,  GUNNING ACCIDENT  While out shooting gophers at  Phoenix on Sunday afternoon, a  man named Griffiths or Griffin  was shot accidently by his companion, the charge entering his  head. Dr. Dickson who is attending him, thinks his recovery  is very doubtful.  BRITISH OFFICERS COMING  Major Sir Johu D. French, inspector general of the British  Army and Major General P. D.  Henderson, left London on the  12th of May for Canada and will  tour the Dominion.  The only reason why Lord  Kitchener can say that the women  of New York were the prettiest  that he ever saw is that be did  not come to Canada,  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  BEAD OFFICE. TORONTO  ESTABLISHED 1807  BYE. W.ALEB2, PrssiSeat  ALEXUKD-BK *LAIKJ>, General JUnager  Paid-up Capital, $10-000,000  Reserve Fund, -   6,000,000  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest allowed atcurren'  rates.     Accounts  may be-opened in the names of two or  more  persons and withdrawals made  by any  one of them or by the survivor. 124  J, T. BEATTIE, Manager - Greenwood   Branch  AN ELECTRIC IRON  IS   A-  Great Comfort in Hot Weather  NO FIRE NO HARD WORK  HEATS IN 3 MINUTES  Saves Time, Trouble and Expend  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  limited  Sole Agents for Hot-Point Irons,  HARDWARE MERCHANTS  PHONE  9  r��^^^AIv^*WA^A^/V*VA��rfAvAvAr^^  / **v-rfvv*^/*,*v*--i  \  - V-V.--'  \"f   '������ " '.''h'.'**-.- n?ZM22i-bX;l��r-:xnLHii��^<ati*2i2*~~.--A.:.  it  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES  ��=*  ill I mill  cr-**  -5=-*-  e*  -a  &-*-*-  Ct**  <r*<  <?=*-  ��^  >��=5  ���S  CF*  CF*\  CF*\  Q=<  Cr"  7k  ..Bank of Montreal..  ESTABLISHED 1817.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.       Rest $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $217,628.56  Hon. President :   Loki> Strathcona and Mount Koval, G. C. M. G.  President:    Sir Geokgk A. Dn*OMMOn.n,K. C. M. G.  Vice-President ami General Manager :^Sik E. S. Clous-ton, Bart  Brancnes in London, Eng. -j ��&��**x���&gL f New York, Chicago.  Bay aud sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' CredltB, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch.    W. K PROCTOB, Manager.  I  THE BANK OF  1910  ���  EDITORIAL COMMENTQ  "If China is to be Christianized, it must be bv Chinese," said  a missionary recently. The Chinese will never be Christianized  as long as they are Chinese.  They have drunk drowsy syrups  for which there are no names in  any Western language. The  Christian philosophy will never  ryhme with the Chinese character. The Christian missionaries  must reshape the Chinese; they  must cause to happen some vast  miracle of soul-transmigration 01  reincarnation.  wards a $600,000 Y. M. C. A  building to be erected in tha1  city. This is a very fine showing j  for the three gentleman named.  Rumor has it that Stirling &  Pitcairn will shorly open a fruit  packing plant at Summerland.  Scotty McCall, aged 26, was  drowned near Trout Lake recently, while fishing from a raft.  Penticton has fixed its tax rate  at 1 1-2 mills for general purposes  and 3 1-2 mills for schools.  NOT THEFISHHECAUGHT  74. Years in Business.        Capital and  Reserve Over $7,000,000.  is a (.'-rt-at convenience to those  who live some  distance   from  town.  Deposits may be sent in, cash  drawn, or other business transacted by Mail, without  any trouUe or delay.  Writ-.-   or  ask  our  Local   Manager  to explain   onr  system lo you.  Greenwood Branch*vF. A. CHESTEP, Manager.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H.  HALLETT  Hakhistuk, Soucitok,  Xotany f'Ti-rjc.  '-'.liiii' Address;        ���' IIai.i.i-.t 1 .''  15,-df.ird M'NVil'.'s  Ciiij1--.s -' Moreiiijj .v Ni-al's  I I.eit>i-r*s  Greemwooo,  B- C  ���JOHN D. SPENCE,  r.AKklSTKI*   ANI)   Sol.ICITOI".  Kciji'.-j'I   Block,  Greenwood,  B. C.  C. AE. SHAW.  Dominion   ano   Phovinciai.  I.AND   Sl.-KVKVOK,  GwEe-nvooo, B. C  1". o. i;.,x :7. IMnmc .*-.  more profitably than other crop?,  in order that our own future may  be assured. This is the onlv  wav. Canada has not the resources for her own needs and  ours too, and she is sufficiently  wide awake and intelligent to  guard her own. The'only way  that our timber resources and  Canada's can be made inexhaustible is by the application of the  highest s:ientific knowledge aud  the broadest common sense."  WILLIAM FLEMING,  TRANSFER DRAYING  Furniture Moving a Specialty.  Leave orders at Matthews' Cigar Store.  H. W. FARMER & CO..  HEAL ESTATE AGENTS,  Rock Ckkkk, B. C.  'YY#'YY*��YYY: boundary valley lodge  - -YY.. --���-' No. 38, 1.0.0. F.  Metis  -.--.cry   Tuesday   Kvenini; at 81)0 in  tlie  |. O. O. I'. Hall.     A   cordial  Invi imioii isei  LMHli-d to all m'-our-iin*,-- bretlierll.  1-HE1) li. 110I.M KS, I-'. H.KKOWS,  n. a. v  Al.l'.l-'.I-'r r.fif.AN, I**.-*.-. S.-c.  (*..  She  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every fridav  SllltXCI'll'TIONS IN  AUVANCIC  PilH   YlCAK  2 00  Six Months    I 25  TO   I'OKKM'N   COUNTPIKS - 2 SO  <f^^$^r>  FRIDAY. MAY  10iO.  REALIZING WHAT'S WHAT  -CHURGH ATTENDANCE  The fact that Sir John Macdon  aid would have left his  wife little   except   his   memory,  if   his  friends had not- enme to  the  rescue,   that  Sir  Hector   Langevin  had to be helped   by his political  admirers,   that  it was  necessary  for friends to come to the   assistance  of the   widow  of Sir John  Thompson,   and   that   now  Mr.  Fielding   has   been given  some-  thiiij--   that   will   keep the  wolf  from the  door, Jeads a contemporary to  say that  cabinet salaries  are  too  low,   and  that ministers  ought   to   be  paid  according  to  what   they   are   worth.    If   this  principle prevailed some of them  might   come  out in  debt to the  country at the end of their term.  As a matter of fact, the ministerial salaries are. not high enough,  in view of the  increased  cost of  living and what is expected from  members of  a  cabinet.    Canada  can  afford   to   pay her  servants  what thev  ought  to  receive for  their services.  An up-to-date steel and cement  block will be erected on the site  of Empire hall,   at  Summerland.  Rev. George Smith, n pioneer  resident of Alberni, for some time  past on tbo superannuated list, is  dead.  "Say," said Baitman.   as   he  passed    the   fishdealer's   stand,  send up a couple of nice bass to.  the house tomorrow."  "All right- sir," answered the  dealer.  "And be sure they are bass,"  continued Baitmain, "You see  I'm going���er���out���ot town for  the, and���er��� the last time I  went I told, my -wife I was going  trout fishing, and you sent up a  salt mackeral. Another error  like that on your part, and there  will be strained relations in my  family.    See?���Chicago News.  /  The instinct-of modesty natural to every woman is often a  great hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases. Women  shrink from the personal questions of the local physician  which seem indelicate. The thought of examination is abhorrent to them, and so they endure in silence a condition  of disease which surely progresses from bad to worse.  It has been Dr. Pierce's privilege to cure a  great many women who have Sound a refuse  for modesty in his offer ot FREE consultation by letter. Tilt correspondence is held  as .sacredly confidential, address Dr. R. V.  Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription restores and regulates  the womanly functions, abolishes pain and builds up and  puts the finishing touch of health on every weak woman  who gives it a fair trial.  It Makes Weak Women Strong,  Sick Women Well.  You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute  for this non-alcoholic medicine op known composition. .  Fernie has made it an offence,  punishable by fine or imprisonment, to dump tin cans, etc., on  vacant lots.  The non attendance of mem  bers aud adherents to the services  on Sundays have become so re-  gretably observable in all congregations alike, that it is about  time strong efforts were being  ing made to counteract the difficulty. Of all the different  churches holding Suuday services  recently there was not enough,  combined, to make one fair-sized  congregation. It is certainly up  to the clergy and lay officers to  trace out the cause and adopt  some means for a cure at once.  It is most discourteous, and also  ver-,* discouraging to the clergv,  and members should consider this  rather than their own selfish inclinations. It is not a fair deal  eithc-r to God or themselves, this  sort of church eervice observance.  Kaslo will celebrate Victoria  day with horse and foot racing,  trap shooting and other out-of-  door amusements.  Never hesitate about giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to children.  It contains uo opium or other narcotics  and can he given with implicit confidence. As a quick cure for coughs and  colds to which children are fiusceptible,  it is unsurpassed. Sold by all druggists and dealers.  D Wife���John, there's a burglar  going through your pockets.  John���All right. You will fight  it out between yourselves.  **   4��  *  *  Electric current supplied for Power, Lighting,  Heating and Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with  absolute guarantee of continuous power service  Get Our Rates, We Can Save You Money  t  +1  3* 4�� *���* -f *$*- ���*��� *$��� *$* -*?��� ���$��� ���*$��� -fr -t%J -fr *f ��!��� fr+-fr*fr-i��*fr*fr*-8��-*&-*-*  The death occured recently at  Ladysmith, of Joseph Lewis, one  of the best known residen's of that  city and Wellington.  OUTLINES OF  CURRENT EVENTS  Princeton is to have  a  system  of waterworks.  The Union Bank  will open  a  branch an Kitsilas.  Cranbrook has formed  a civilian rifle association.  PRACTICE CONSERVATION  The United States are waking  up to the fact that Canada is lully  ���eorapetent tt) conserve her natural resources for the use of her  own people. Time was when  popular opinion in the United  States tended to regard Jack Canuck as a hewer of wood aud a  drawer of water for Uncle Sam.  But certain expressions of opinion of a contrary sort that are  now continuall y cropping up iu  the American press '-how that this  atli*-'de to wards Canada is fast  givi- , way. Here is a sample  from the editorial columns of tbe  Ame-rican Forestry Journ.il:  -(���or.acJa is ���.**..-Mir���-������.��� b-_i timber resources and r*<*'.<u-ir,g to  proi.-*.-. them b;, projrr^ssiv^ and  (ii*.i.-'ic measure- a<-**.ins- exploit-  a'.i"?. '-*r .lie >>ciu'.ii!: <>[ wasteful  ���������icig;* ���.:������''������..��� ies, iri*.It-.d/.i-./* bot  rn-xt door uci^h'oo**. We cannot  i.jok io the north, for our salva-  tj-m. \\\- uiu-i!*. husband ali out  remaining resources and plant  ���-.rees wherever '.hev c-an -jc grown  Canada, being a nation of farmers, has to pay a  very  large seed  bill   each   year.     Last   year  our  crops called for   .-53,000,000   bushels of seed grain���wheat, oatH and  barley, aud we are  constantly increasing our agricultural acreage.  This  being  so,   the  economy of  sowing good, clean seed is at once  apparent.    The advantages to be  derived from it are like  the  proceeds of a sum of money laid out  at  compound   interest���they   are  cumulative   in   their   effect   and  grow   in   ever   increasing   ratio.  Some years ago a competition was  carried on  in some  -t.-iO places in  Canada to see just what   the actual   results of using clean, pure  seed would be.   If wc reason from  thc results obtained   Irom   it, we  find that our grain yield last vear  would   have   been   increased   by  l'-iO.000,000   bushels   had   clean,  vigorous seed been sowed ou every  acre   under   cultivation.      Now,  l'JO,O0O,0O0     bushels    of     grain  would fill 1.500 miles  of railway  grain   cars.    It is  such  a  large  amount  that   it  is  hard  for the  mind to comprcheud, but, at any  i rate, it goes to show that it would  ! pay our farmers to  be  particular  about the kind of seed they sow.  Francois   Lake    now  monthly mail service.  has  An electric sign costs bnt eight  cents a month in Rossland.  There are 275 lumber and  shingle mills in British Columbia.  The city council at Trail are  planting trees in the smelter  town.  The Wiley ranch, near End-  erby, has found a purchaser at  $���45,000.    Morfl thau twenty men are now  employed in the cigar factory at  Kelowna.         The townstne of Tete Jaime  Cache will shortly be placed on  the market.  In June Fort George will have  telephone connection with Black-  water Crossing.  At the meeting of the Canadian Pacific Railway directors, A.  R. Creelmau, general counsel of  the company, was elected to the  board, replacing the late Sir  George Drummond. The resignation of Sir William Van Horne  as chairman of the board was  also accepted and Sir Thomas  Shaughnessy was appointed to  the position.  COURT MOURNING  Effective,    economical,   pleasant  What more can you ask. Davis' Menthol salve fulfills these specifications  and is the best remedy for bites and  stings skin diseases, piles, etc 25c.  per tin. .  ���' Why did you marry me if you  did not love me?" '* Because you  were the only man I cared to be  divorced from."  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets will clear the sour stomach,  sweeten the breath and create a healthy  appetite. Sold by all Druggists and  Dealers.  Nelson veterans are arranging  to decorate the graves in that city  of British veterans.  While pride lasts defeat  is im  possible.  Four hundred muskrats, trapped in a single week, sold for  $200 in Kaslo recently.  Orders for the court to go into  mourning for his late Most Gracious Majesty, King Edward VII  of blessed memory, viz.:  The ladies to wear black dresses  trimmed with crepe and black  shoes and gloves and black fans,  feathers and ornaments.  The gentlemen to wear crepe  bands on the left arm in uniform  or court dress.  The mourning to commence  from the date of the order. The  court to change the mourning on  Monday, the 7th of November  next, viz.:  The ladies to wear black dresses  with colored ribbons, flowers,  feathers and ornaments. The  gentlemen to continue the same  mourning, and on Suuday, the  7th of May, 1911, the court to go  out of mourning.  Every   man  hates  a  giggling  woman,  TRYTHEMONEYBACKCURE  FOR INDIGESTION  The enlaigetnent ot the C. P.  R, yards at Kamloops will give  room for 700 more cars.  William Ellis is buildiug a sawmill at Hazleton that will cut  1,500 feet of lumber daily.  One agent has sold .-.,120 acres  of C. P. R. land near Penticton  during the past three weeks.  Messrs. C. D. Masset. John C.  Eaton and E. R. Wood, of Toronto, gave jointly   $200,000   to-  Nine times in ten stomach derangements are responsible for sallow com-  pl :xion, dull eyes and thin body.  It is the stomach that supplies uouj  rishing blood to the muscles, the  nerves, and skin. If the stomach is  healthy, plenty of nutritious matter  will be absorved by the blood. If it is  not healthy, the food will ferment, and  undigested, will pass along through  the bowels, furnishing so little nutritious matter that the blood becomes  impoverished, and the glow of health  vanishes.  If you suffer from nervousness, sick  headache, belching of gas, sour taste  in the mouth, heaviness after eating,  or any other miserable stomach disturbance, you need Mi-o na, and the  sooner you get it thc quicker you- will  be heaithier and happier.  It will relieve any distressed stomach  conditions almost immeniately. It  will cure if used according to directions. J. L*. White sells it for 50 cents  a large box, aud he thinks enough of'  it to guarantee it to cure  indigestion, j  ''Why was Strynglar voted to  be the most peculiar man in your  community?" ''It was because  he has a habit of censuring other  people to their faces and praising  them behind their backs."  It is well to have .on hand  a remedy, simple, effective and  easily applied, for mosquito  bites, insect stings, sores,  bruises, sunburn, and injuries  to the skin, and forty other  ailments not always dangerous, but which can be cured  by outward application. Such  a remedy is Davis' Menthol  Salve(TheD.&L.),which comes  in tins for 25 cts. at. druggists.  Pacific Hotel  Grieg & Morrison, Prop.  The Pacific is the Headquarters  for Commercial and Mining Men  Is steam-heated, electric lighted;  the rooms are large and cosy.  fhe Best Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  4* 4* 4* *t* *f* -I* -I* -f* *t*  Snynopsis of Canadian North-West  HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer in  all  kinds   of  Rough and Dressed  Lumber,  Mouldings,  Windows, Doors,  Shingles,  Bricks,  Cement, Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED  GREENWOOD,   - B.C.  tXt-600000000<H>0000<>00000000  ANY available Tomjiiiou Lands wltUiu tlie 1  Railway Belt in Srltlsli Columbia, judy l>a I  liomesteaded by any person who is the sole head {  of a family, or any male over 18 years of age, j  to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres,]  more or less.  - Entry mast be made personally at tlie local  laud office for the dlsrict in which the land -is]  situate. Entry by proxy may, however, bej  made on certain conditions by the father,!  mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, of an]  intending homesteader.  The homesteader ia required to preform the!  conditions connected there with under. one of |  the following plans;  1) At least six mouths' residence upon and]  cultivation of the land in each year for threef  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is de  ceased), of the homesteader resides upon afarn  in the vicinity of the land  entered  for,   the re  quirements as to residence may be satisfied byl  such person residing* with the father or motherf  (3) If the settler has bis permanent'residence  pon farming land owr.ed by him in the* vicinj  ity of his homestead,-the requirements as to res  idence may be satisfied by residence upon th��i  said land.  ��� Six " months' notice in writing should begiven  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands atOtj  tawa o{ intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may be leased for:  period of twenty-one years at ah annual reataj  of $1. per acre.   Not more than 2,560acres shai'  be leased to one Individual or company. . A roy  ality at the rate of five cents per ton shall  collected on the merchantable coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of tlte Minister of the Interior I  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of this ad-|  vertlsement will not be paid for.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Nightingale Fractional " Mineral Claim,sitn-1  ate   in the Gieeuwond Mining  Division of  Yale District.   Where located:   In Skylark  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Edmund T. Wickwire, Tree Miner's Certificate No. B26380,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining al-  Crown Grant of the above claim. J**  And further take notice that action under sectiou 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of April, A. D. 1910.  42 E DMUND T. WICKWIRE.  3fc.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvents,  NOTICE.  " Eholt," " Tanglefoot" and " Sovereign Fractional" Mineral Claims, situate in Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located:   In Skylark Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I.C. JR. Shaw, agent  for Fred Moser, Free Miners1 Certificate  No. B20433, and John Zurfluh, Free Miners  Certilicate No. B2648S, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants'of the above  claim-*.  And  further take nolice lhat action, under  Sectiou 37, must be commenced before tlm issuance uf snch Certificate of Improvements.  Dcitcd this "th day of March. A. D. WIO.  C. J��. SHAW, i*. 1/. S. S.  OVER SB YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Resigns  COPVRiaKTS Ac.  Anyone Bradlng sBj-et_eh_srd/teseriptton rosy  C/WOmiB! HIGH-O'ME)  CURES ^CATARRH, ASTHMA,  - Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or  money back.   Sold and guaranteed bj  J, L. WHITE, Druggist.  ��ent free. Oddest MOTcy forMOarlnapatenl--.  Patents taken tnronsh Munn ft Co. rocer-re  jjprrki' noti-��, Tftthout ChBrge, la U>9  Scientific American.  A haniUonwly Ulmrtratsa woeidy. I*iK��t t-Ir-  oila Ion vl any j-cientlflo Joanna. .Tenus for  CaniuU, tB-W �� S****. VOti*8�� ps-WOd. 8oU hj  all nai-ide-J-afc  MUNN &Co.M,Bre��d"��'- New York  Branch OfflooroS T Bt, WMhlngtcn, D. 0.  r  GREENWOOD  aniJUDWAY  "^  Leaves  Greenwood at 7 a.m. to  connect with Spokane train; and  at 1 p.m.  with Keremeos train.  J. McDonell.  jS  ���j��'-ic-p-irirartf--^��rK-tf'^s-fif'irs��"jr  CO., LT'D.  Leaves Mothei Lode  9.30 a.  m.  6:30 p.  m.  Leaves Greenwood  2:00 p.  m.  8:30 p.  m.  Saturday   last    stage    leaves ���%  % Mother Lode 6 p. m.   Returning, ^  % leaves Greenwood 10 p. ta. ~  ���*>\                                                . %  -**                                                     �����  %  %  Greenwood Office *!  % NORDEN    HOTEL I  % **s  O* t^' (5* ��.*' i3* t2* t^*�� fcj1" <2* ^y^*" ���'t* t-iv" v* %& v& *3* v^  New Edittog of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol. VIII., issued May, 1909, contain-!  1,500 pages, with nearly SO per cent]  more matter than the preceding edition'  The chapters with mine descriptions  and on statistics have been carefully|  revised and the bulk of the matteij  therein ia  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapters.  Covering Copper History, Geology]  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy]  Mining, Milling:, Leaching, Smelting]  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impuriti  Alloys.Uses, Substitutes,Terminologj  Deposits by Districts, States,Coun tries*  and Continents, Mines in Detail, Statistic** of Production, Consumption,*Iih  ports, Exports, Finances, Dividends*;  etc.  T' * Copper Handbook is conceded!--  | the-  WbTlitf tf Standard Reference  . Book on Copper.  The Copper Handbook contains, in]  this hew and greatly enlarged edition,  about 50 per cent, more matter that  the Bible���though not necessarily t  better book because of its great bulk,  Itis filled with J *.CTS of vital importance to.  THE INVJ-CS.TOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST '  TITS CONSUMER  THE MINER  Pi*ice is $5 in Buckram with gilt top]  or$7.50in genuine full lib arymoroccoj  TERMS art; most lib-, -al. 'Send no  money, but orclef the bo-A sent to yotd  all carriage charges prepaid, on onej  week's approval, t;, be returned if nn/  satisfactory, or paid for '/ ;t suits. Canj  you afford not to see the book and judge]  for yourself of its v��.'t.**; to vou ?  WRITE ITOW to -he editor and pab-j  lisher,  MINING CLAIM FOR SALE  In Wellington Camp. The property  known as The Golden Crown, with  plaut aud equipement now found thereon.  For terms and particulars apply to  G. R. CounvEJ-.!*,,  Brandon, Manitoba.  HORACE 3. STEVENS  36, SHELDON BUILDING, HOUGH-*-  'TON, MT.GIi., U-S.A.'--������''  SUBSCRIBE FOR WE  Ty"Z��  Till  r*-  .-/*-  yf* THB- BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  IMINESANDMININGS  * ���      - ��� ���   f  ��� .     . ��  **a**tk**��*��#eaaa*^***����fi*'a  Large deposits of bog iron  have  been located at Pemberton Meadows.  In the Nicola, the Diamond Vale  coal mines wiHshortly resurhe operations.      '���  D��^ing operations are to be resumed on the cinnabar deposits near  Sechart. .  Coal  has been  found at Ground  Hog  mountain,   200  miles  north of  . Hazelton.   Two companies have already expended $70,000 mining for cinnabar  near Kamloops.  The contact group of eight claims  at Tassa Harbor, Moresby island, has  been bonded for $100,000 by Hugh  Cannon, of Grand Forks, representing large Butte interests.  Two important mining deals in the  Kootenay have just been put tbrou**}*.  -*f  The  first affects  the  Molly Gibson  on Kokanee creek, one of the oldest  mines of the East Kootenay, a property that in its time has shipped a great  deal of ore, the chief value being a  silver, though there also has been a  good recovery of lead.  A big strike has been made in the  mines of the Stewart Mining and Development company at Stewart. The  third ledge for which the company has  f-y been crosscutting for some months,  has been encountered at a depth of  225 feet, 300 feet is, and assays of  ore taken from it have given higher  values than any yet met with���$263  per ton in gold and silver. There  was 8 ounces of gold to the ton.  After two months, of work, the  Phoenix syndicate that has a bond on  . the LeRoi-McKinney mine, located  west of Rock creek and not far from  Camp McKinney, has proved the existence of an exceedingly large ore  body. Dan Patterson, chairman of  the syndicate,  came down from the  property recently, and feels confident  that they have what will, ..with time,  prove to be one of the most important mining propositions in the. Boundary. For the last two months the  small force of men has been cross-  cutting the ledge on the "surface,: and  find that it measures 90 feet in the  cle.ar from foot wall to hanging wall,  lying between. granite and diorite.  Close to the hanging wall there are  four feet of ore carrying free gold,  which can be plainly seen. Next to  this are eight feet carrying native silver, while the copper values are e^pgfr.  where apparent. Samples are .now  being tested, but (here is littl..- i!ou|ii:  that high values will be found when  the returns are received. A new shaft  is being sunk on the LeRoi closevto  the hanging wall, which it is the intention to put down at least 100 feet,  when crosscutting will be done and  the extent of the ore body proved at  depth. This shaft is now down some  30 feet, and it is planned to install  some machinery before long to facilitate operations. There seems to be  every evidence that the boys have a  good thing in the LeRoi, and it goes  without saying that the members of  the syndicate are more than pleased  with the result of the development  thus far. About the middle of last  May the bond was taken on the LeRoi from James Copeland, the owner, for $30,000, by ten Phoenix men  interested, including Dan Patterson,  Palmer Cook, John McKay, Walter  Cook, Walter Ross, John Wilson,  A. A. White and G. Kay. A peculiar feature of the bond is that $100  bonus per month must be paid during  its life, in addition to the-$30,000.  John D. Rockefeller would go broke  if he should spend his entire income  trying* to prepare a better medicine  than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel complaints. It is  simply impossible, and so says everv  one that has us^edit. Sold by all Druggists and Dealers.  Dame fortune may knock at  every man's door but really she  seems to prefer those where there  is an electric bell to ring.  IN THE  ARGO  L  OOMRANY,  LIMITED.  2S Cents a Share  Capitai Stock $125,000. Divided into  500,000 Shares at 25c Each,  A  -PERSONAL  LIABILITY  Npw running a tunnel (in 300 feet)  under valuable claims adjoining  Greenwood Townsite  on  Skylark Mountain,  FAM��US PEOPLE  BY FANNIE M. LOTHROP    ����.,  HE HAD TO QUIT  R. L. Pag-e, Jr , who edits a  weekly paper at Quitman, Miss.,  published an editorial on a dance  of prominent folks in which he  called the dancing "public hugging" and intimated that no vir-  tous woman would participate in  such a practice. Citizens forced  him to eat a clipping of the editorial.    Page later lett town.  FATAL ACCIDENT  Pboto bjr Toplfy, Otlawi,  COUNTESS OF ABERDEEN  A Worker (or the Good of Humanity.  A -warm-hearted, earnest woman, serene, ���rimptojijj-i.-'cere and sympathetic,  with a special talent for human helpfulness and inspiruXron to higher living���this  is Lady Aberdeen. < '".-���-*���  In_"Guisachan," the romantic Scotch estate in Invernesshire, Ishbel, youngest  daughter of Sir Dudley Coutts Marjoribanks, later Lord Tweedmouth, was born  in 1857. A right royal welcome was given to visitors in this hospitable home  in the Highland*-, and from the lips of the prominent statesmen tliat gathered  there little Ishbel learned politics at an age when slie should still have believed  in fairy tales. When she was eleven, a young man of twenty-one who had ridden  across the country, lost his way and unknowingly trespassed on the .Marjoribanks  estate. A chance interview with Sir Dudley proved him to be John Campbell  Gordon, son of Sir Dudley's good old Parliamentary friend, Earl of Aberdeen,  and he was invited to spend the night. The love at first sight between the two  young people led to their marriage in 1877.  Iu 1S8G, Gladstone offered to his friend, young Lord Aberdeen, the post  of Viceroy of Ireland, lt was a delicate, difficult position, strewn with pitfalls  which taxed the watchfulness, tact and diplomacy of the Viceroy to avoid. There  was great distress in the country; the crops and fisheries hud failed, the people  grimly tolerated tho occupants of Dublin Castle because protest was useless; but  soon the sunshine and glow of affection from Lord and Lady Aberdeen melted  the stolid, sullen reserve, and love reigned where force had proven worse than  useless. Perhaps the Countess, herself a descendant, of the old Irish and Scotch  kings, struck some sympathetic chord that vibrated in kinship and unity. Her  practical nature realized that the people should bo helped to liolp themselves  through their own labor, not pauperized by gifts. She devoted herself with great  energy to reviving the domestic industries ot Ireland���weaving, knitting, embroider-/ and lacc-making���and.made the wearing of Irish poplin an essential  to admission to official functions at the Castle.  In. Canada, where Lord Aberdeen was (iovcnior-C.eneral from 1^0.1-8 they  endeared themselves to the people by their many ni-'.s of kimlm.-*-.*. The Countess' first effort in syndicating sunshine and swi-ctn*'-*.-- was her ori-.-mization of  the "Onward and lrpward Society" among the tenants, domestics ii-i.l the poor  on the Scottish estates, which has spread over the. world. Thu Women's  Liberal Federation which sho organized and lee! as I'resident ha; ov r SO.OOO  members; but her club work and labors for humai.ity never for .?. incim.-r.t eclipse  her home, with her three children remaining in her lovin-- eare.  U.i oicl-rxcrill v to Ka nf tha i jrlbmcut of C.uiad.i. in t*jc j-c.ir 1503.: y '.7 c. Mac. ..t tin Ut-pirtnisitof .<~ t.u*:iira  PULPWOOD EXPORTS  To meet thenew'conditions imposed May 1 by the province of  Quebec on exports of pulpwood  the United States treasury department has made a decision removing the countervailing duty of 35  cents a ton on print paper made  from pulpwood cut from the crown  lands in that province. Quebec  was the one Canadian province  which imposed'an export. tax of  25 cents a cord on pulpwood cut  from crown lands. The recent  action of the province in prohibiting the exportation of pulpwood  naturally annulled the tax on  such exports.  The treasury department's decision simply means that the new  situation removes the countervail-  ing duty of "35 cents a ton on print  paper and leaves pulpwood, wood  pulp and print paper in the same  situation in Quebec as has been  prevailing in the province of Ontario, which also prohibits the  export' of pulpwood. This decision means in effect that from  both provinces print paper from  pulpwood cut. from crown lands  pays a tax.  Children must have  srood  blood,  otherwise they will be puny, sickly  and delicate. If your children are pale  easily exhausted, given them Fer  fOvini, the invigorating tonic, which is  composed of fresh lean beef, Citrate of  Iron and pure old Spanish Sherry  Wine. Nothing could be more beneficial in such cases.   SI a bottle.  POLITENESS PAYS  OLA LOFSTAD, A. S. BLACK,  President. Secretary  Theylfievotion of a nurse and  the politeness of a bank clerk  were well rewarded when the will  of an elderly lady, Mrs. Annie  Lincoln, of Boston, Mass., who  leaves to her nurse, $50,000 and  to the bank clerk for his uniform  courtesy and politeness $10,000.  If there are any more of her  sort, please send them west, we  will make room for them  gladly,  RAILWAY SITUATION  The explosion of a lart-e quan  titv of nitro gljcerir.c: stored in a  magazine at Bur-s-eUstown,   four- I  teen hii 1 cs fnm Pittsburg, Penn.,'  causing the death   of   an  oilwe'l  shooter,    Prank    McOul lough.  Not a fragment  of  his  body has  been found.    Two horses  driven  by McCullough were also  blown  to bits.  When a man gets into trouble  it is always said that there is a  w-'inan in the case, but Jonah wis  one man who got into difficulties  without dragging a woman in  after him.  The splendid work of Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily  coming to light. No such grand remedy for liver and bowel troubles was  ever known before. Thousands bless  them for curing constipation, sick  headach-**, billiousness, jaundice and  indigestion. Sold by all Druggists and  Dealers,  C. E." E. TIssher, of the Can-  adian Pacific traffic department,  delivers himself as follows:  "My opinion of the railroad  situation in Canada is that there  is room enough for all possible  railroads and that we cannot have  too many. Railway corporations  know how to take care of themselves and the question of competition is merely incidental.  " I have boundless faith in this  country and particularly in the  west. I think that any man who  comes- west and looks ovec tbe  situation without an appreciation  of its possibilities should go back  to the place from which he came  aud stay there. His place is not  here."   Depend upon it. whoever tries to sell  you a substitute is doing so for the  profit and not for yodr good, "D.  & li." Menthol Plaster for stiffness,-  etc., have many imitators. Beware of  the substitute. Get the genuine, made  by Davis & Lawrence Co.  PROTECTION  "What makes you wear your  automobile goggles to the theatre?" asked the carefully dressed  young man.  " Those aren't automobile goggles; they're hatpin proof armor."  Some people do not always call  a spade a spade���for instance,  watch a society woman playing  bridge.  It can truly be said of Edward  Pavson Weston that he is a man  who is " known by his walk."  Most any man would stop talking domestic economy when his  wife threatened to do the cooking.       A delicate pomade is the best form  of hair dressing. Bearine is that and  more; it makes the hair grow. 50c. a  jar.          Mark Twain said that fortune  knocked at every man's door once  in a lifetime, but in a great many  cases the man was in a neighboring saloon and did not hear it.  Wonder where he would be in a  local option town.  HAVE YOU BEEN STUNG?  Some people have recently been  badly "stung" by getting substitutes  for Zam-Buk. When they have asked  for a box of Zam-Buk, the dealer has  produced some line on which he makes  more profit, and talked about "just>as  good and cheaper," or "One ot my  own, and I know what'* in it," or  "Really, the same thing at half the  price," etc., etc. When tested, this  cheap substitute has, of course, failed  to do anything like what Zam-Buk  does, but the buyer has, nevertheless,  parted with his money! You will have  to get Zam Buk eventually! Don't  waste money on useless substitutes.  The name "Zam-Buk" is protected by  law. See it on every packet before  paying. If your local dealer should  be out of stock, write "Zam-Buk, Toronto."    We will mail it by return.  NOTICE is hereby (riven tliat, thirty days  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect forcoal and petroleum on tlte follow-  iti-r described lands, situate in thc Similkaniecu  district: Commencing* at a post at the southwest corner of Lot 2,337, pre-emption, thence  west eiu'ity chains, thence north eiirhty chaius,  tbence east eighty chains, thence south eighty  chains to place of commencement and containing* M0 acres.  Dated this 25th day of April. 1910.  J. H. EAST, Agent.  NOTICE is hereby -.'iven, that thirty days  after date, 1 intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect forcoal and petroleum on me following* described lands, situate in the Similtcanu-eii  district: Commencing at a post at the soulli  west corner of Lot 2,337, pre emption, thence  south forty chains, tlience west one hundred  dred and sixty chains, thence north forty  chaius, thence east one hundred and sixty  chains to place of commencement, and contain mi; MO acres.  Dated Ihis 25th dav of April, l'MO.  J. H. EAST, Agent.  AT THE CHURCHES  Methodist ��� Rev. I. B. Hibbert  will conduct services in the Methodist  Church every Sunday. Morning, 11  a. m.; Sunday School, 3 p. m. Evening.  7:30,  Presbyterian���St. Columba. Services will be conducted morning and  evening, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School 2.30 p. m. Rev. .7. A.  Petrie, minister.  A touch of rheumatism, or a twinge j ' Catholic���Church of the Sacred  of neuralgia, whatever the trouble is, i Heart.���Divine service 1st, thirdand  Chamberlain's I/inirnent drives away i fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  the pain* at once and cures the com- mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benedic-  plaint quickly. iTirst application gives i tiou at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at  relief.     Sold   by   all   D-uggiats   and   2:30 p.m. K.hv.J. A. BrdariVQ;-M; L  Dealer*.  pastor  NOTICE Is hereby given, that thirty days  after date, I intend t<; apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands for a license In  prospect for coal and petroleum on the following deccribed lands, situate in the Similkameen  district: Commencing at a post at the southwest c( rner of Lot 2,337, pre-emption, thence  east eight-,- chains, thence north eighty chains,  thence vest eighty chains, theuce south eighty  chains to place, of commencement, and containing* MO acres.  Dated this 25th dav of April, 1110.  J. H. EAST, Agent  NOTICE Is hereby given, that thirty days  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on thc following described lands, situate, in the Similkameen  district: Commencing a*, a post at the northwest corner of Lot All, pre-emption, Ihence  west eighty chains, litem*-, south nighty chains,  tbence easL eighty chains, theiiix north eighty  chains to place of commencement, and conlain-  iiiE 640 acres.  Dat**d this 25th dav of April, PJli*.  J. II. EAST.  NOTICE is hereby   t-iven, that thirty days  after date 1 intend lo apply  to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands for a license to  prospect for coal nnd petroloum on the follow  iug described lands, situate in the Simill;ame-*n  district:    Commencing at a -josl at  the south  easl corner   of   Lot   637,  pre-emption,   theuce  soalh eighty chains, theuce west eighty chains,  thence north eighty chains, thence east eighty  chains to place of commencement, and contain-  ini; (40 acres  Dated this 2-*th .lav of April, l��lii.  J. H. EAST. A-jenl.  ~*YY YKiLyLMtTYy.fWYTzMYr  ���*  *"'V '-"r^S^^^Y*'-  W,  ���Mix;;-*-*"-- .'   * .��� k  ^piSm.t-ta.--.-.i,��  vyvigiijs i'  InstmiMmet \  I^rmadiliKllre  ForTltat Cough  ���--that is what Mathieu's Syrup of Tar  and r^d Liver Oil has done for  thousands of sufferers every year. It  relieves tbe cough more quickly and cures  it more thoroughly and -permanently than  any other remedy because it is made  from the most potent remedial agents  known to the medical profession.  Mathieu's Syrup is the only cough  cure.that acts as a tonic to the system  ���that builds up your vital energy as well  as healing and strengthening the throat  and lungs. Keep a bottle in the house  ready for an emergency. Give it to your  children.  They like it and it is harmless.  MATHIEU'S SYRUP  Of Tar and Cod liver Oil  If feverish take Mathieu's Nervine Powders, the  great headache remedy,in conjunction with the Syrup, to  dispel the fever and also the accompanying headache and  bone-ache.  J. L. MATH1EU CO., Props., SHEKBROOKE, P.Q.  DUtfibulorJ* forWwwrn Canada, Foley Bros. Uracil k Co., Vancouver, Edmonton,Wln-iipor  ~a  '���mAimxxr*'  te-jrnjp of T*ti  f-H i~/t��i-�����."������;������',!-.1  COOtlVEROlLi  h^'/V'**---***-'' "*.���'*?  r~- wau��.ftiia.;   '  vlfeim  UATHIEII'S SVRUP  ol Tar a (M Liver OII  Urfe Bottle JSc.  MATHIEU'S NEKi ME ftWDEItS  Box ol IS Ptwdcn 25c.  From 09 dealers  THE  Boundary  Creek  times  -IS THE-  PIONEER WEEKLY  -OF THE-  mi M liis Die  Send for the paper,  Subscribe for it,  Advertise in it  And let us do  - .-'������".      s"    iy^'SmY-  ���*-*<**>,,        y&4.  v  4��L  Si**-:  y^'rka -,-->'  * 5* *  '>iv  I8&  3S>>  ���to-fV'^'t'r^ -  .. stW  THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  -OF-  A. L. WHITE  AND���  Save Money  We have the stock at  the right prices.  TOWJV TOPICS  WHITE  lie Furnimre and Stove Man  hone 16  Greenwood, B. C.  ���r-SStf-LiSSKEBS  -���^"nr-AAffP  tiocnix Stage Line  C?\  ,c<iv.:s Grennwood Daily at   3 p. m.  .mves Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  VCOi)   OFFICE:     L-   L.   MATTHEWS'   CIGAR   STORE  1*i*.*.i:->i  -i.ti-iition lo  Kx-jro-s and  Freight.  +:���.'4? /��  '-.:**  & LAING, Prs.  -:**.  >     i  ������I .�� ,*.*,* # &&&&&&& Jtjt J* It &#&&��&%  I  RATE CAFE    AT THK   SOR HOTEL  *>  *���**  *  ;.*s o-; v>t .**? .����� v* *-?������< v< ^ j�� �����-�� v5< ^ ^ ^ v< -^ ^ -M jt ^ ,-< ^s je ji >s js ji ji  GREENWOOD. B. C.  pot 0/\y >aa/d Night  ERNIE CARTIER, Manager  .*��� ���.*- -**?-.*- >���  ���'���������ri.-*i:"^;-.:;  LADIES  want ��lb lEngUBtf initial note  and  envelopes  to   write   your  ���;?    If you do  Call at THE TIMES OFFICE  Prices moderate  3S^  The Gua club had no shoot on  Sunday last.  Mrs. Robt. Woodf**-?:'*1* not receive again till ���tnewautumn.      . -  Tbe Postoffice   will    be   open  from 2 to 3 p. t-;. today, for  r-��t-  eral delivery.  A. W. Davis, of Fuoi-.'.-x, i~;as  been taken in -le town i'or the  past few days. ��� ���  H. R. Tuttle, commeTcial traveller representing Toronto hi use*?,  i^Jv^ere after scalps.. ,.  ''^-fJ-Urrv'Towns, of �����.-,������� >7v  tional hotel is visiting Spokane,  utf. is expected back this week.  '  raid Gault, ttiining engineer  |-.v*>iji Denver,   Col., has  taken   a  ''po--,.���;���������!* ,-.���'.'���!   ihr-   B.   C.   Copper  Co.  Government ni;i. -i.otL :)o-  minion and Provincial will be  closed tight and fast, all day  Friday, May 20.  Rev. Father Ferroux, of Midway was a visitor to town this  week, and returned to his parish  on Wednesday afternoon.  Herbert Sadler, a diploma  equipped piano tuner, will make  his regular piano tuning trip to  Greenwood during the coming  week.  St. Jude's Guild will not meet  on Tuesday next, but will do so  oa Tuesday following, at the residence of Mrs. Bunbury, Kimberly avenue.  Don't forget your Miner's Licence this month. They all run  out on the last of May, aud it  costs a heap of money sometimes  to rectify the little mistake of forgetting it.  Dan McDonald, our local  brawney and genial son of Vulcan, is off on a well earned holiday, taking in the coast cities and  probably as tar as Prince Rupert.  Good tune to you old boy.  Mr. C. A. Mix, fire warden of  Grand Forks, was at Greenwood  this week, to consult with fire  warden Oliver, to determine the  dividing line between their respective districts, Greenwood and  Grand Forks.  ot our late king, and the appearance is decidedly creditable, and  evinces a lot of very tasty work,  and feelingly commented upon  by the observers.  '-- President Moyer, of the W. F.  M.. -./in the city and a meeting  of U';/* members,.took place on the  UJth.     .  "   ^''     -������  , G. R. ���':������ en & Co.. nov  I P r i n c t ':������: -.per I, U*y r'y  !* -i-juwood, in reff-o'itin'.- ,,.'c..- liis  Timet- fpr a year ' in ��� advance,  thinks Rupert is the place for  trade and speaks very warrr]^of  old associates at Greenwood,' apd  still retains a warm feeling for  the old burg.    . ������"  -.*-<--���  'anada, and whose Head Office is ia the City of  (Toronto ia the Province oi Ontario, and whole  egistered office in the Province of British Co-  umbla is at the City of Trail. -  Free Miner's Certificate No. B2VM.  .; ib.) The nante of the lake, stream, .or source  is a creek known as McCarren creek, which  irises in Central Camp and runs westerly and  empties into Boundary creek Vbout 1509 feet t>e-  lotv Boundaiy.Falls in the District oi Yale, V  (c.) The point of divrrslon: On. tot Jfflt,  it a point about SOO feet above Craigie'a aavv  mUVon said creek. YyiYy Y-'-  ue      0$$ife)\<i quantity of  water Ajjptlj^t^r,,', in  .,* ^Utjyi'^e��-'{i'''r s>cond, iB.On&y^'rii^y^S*;*-,  *' .   1 ���.V-foi-pt-Ek** -'"'*- - -'�����-*-'--'-4-*-'**~-^^' ���*-  ns  ii*.*iit-jse�� on WMcttlW=:r*Jr-^/*w:-l��!'  .,-_���.-.     ;>��������� llQa^ol;^a^*<wfcj^^'rti��kie��k  ���������   . ������T*j-i*t*i*v-***wnii*-.''S*^^  0{ laObuipressor-ijlaMf-^^^-^t-^y* ..y.. .  .(f.j-'.TUe pnfpyse fojf'.wjilcn ��-eJ* v****-*- is to  6e.iiRedis'ralnin-jy;\    '^y-ji,  ������ ,*>;  ���[.:  (g.)   Theclia-f^ctffi|^<-:ttrM*:;'pi-''jii>>'e(l ivorl  small d-tup With u-pl^e'llne Uadiup   tierel  WA ^J-ED^Girl for general house-  worn. Good wages to right party. Enquire Mrs. R. J. Sanders, Kimberley av.  For  Sev  -inp*  M ach ine  Needles  and  Oil are  A.  .1...  VI."1-?, '*!!  ic  Stove  and  Fur nit  tire  riiar  .     -hone  in.  .���'���H  WANTED--f.il!--* oalt and one packer  for survey party. Iluiployment for five  iiionUis on West Kork of Kettle river.  Wages lo be arranged. Apply to L,.  Reineclte, lmperiaUe*|*el, CVceenwood,  during third week inf May.  SUIT GASE  AT  TENTS!    TENTS!  ks is  a small at-ip witu ,i pipe une i��antu-> uerelrom  to the Compressor atation,  (h.) If the water Islo -be' used for power or  miaiug pnrpo-ies describe the place where llie,  place where tUe .water is to be returned kM&tu��  natural channel, and3the Alffarence in altitude  betweeu the point of diyeralon and paint of return. The water is to be raturned Into McCarren creek at a point approximately 100 feet  above Cralgle's saw mill, aad abo-ve intake of  flume to said mill, and the difference in altitude between the point of diversion and point  ovf return is about 25 feet.  (i.) Areaof Crown land to be occupied by the  proposed works:   Not any.  (j.) Give the names and addrestes of any riparian proprietors or licenses who, or whose  lands, are likely to be affected by the proposed  works, either above or below the outlet, D. J.  McDonald, tbe pre-emptor of lot 3**8i,  (k.)   Tbe capital of the applicant Company  is 17,500,000, divided into 75,000 shares [of flUf I  each, and 63,552shares of said capital-*toe-k';ue-[  paid np aad Issued. ^ .  !  (1.)   'f hefollowinjf are copies of it-ch pa���-������>��� -.-^ \  ilu; Memorandum nf Association i  cunt   as  authorizes  the prop  and wmbrs: J  ���'To accjulre by puichane, lease, airs:. ���-*"������  cliaiii/e, <ir  otherwise,  ��u��h  timber lariii-  't |  leases, limber claims, licenses  In ct^iiV -r, j J(Ji^^^T^i^vSH^-^f'^i-^-i^V^-r^i^^i-TJ^^-^^^SSS^^-^-^��^��^S^��^\  surface ri-fhts and ri-rlita of way, wati-f'-fi. " "��� ; Ik  lesof ���iichpa-'is -JJl-j -.  ntlou of the i^gti*!* |  jposed   applic .'-iii!'* 11  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co,Ltd.  GROCERIES,     CROCKERY,     HARDWARE,  GEMS'   FURNISHINGS.  New  shipment  the line.*   The   O.  White, proprietor.  just received.     See  I.  C. store,  A',   T<.  CELEBRATION  AT  RACE TRACK GROUNDS, GRAND FORKS  A.  ay,May24  Baseball Tournament, Republic, Phoenix,  '    Danville and Grand Forks  for a purse of $75.  ���aC\ -yky between Sunday M., owned by Wm Sands, of  l? invule, and Daii K-, owned by Dr. Kingston, of  Grand Forks, for a purse of $500.  Admission-Adults, 50c, Children, 25c.|  MIX!-.'.'  ACT.  iic:;-*. of Improvements.  ������11TICE.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Imcroveinents  -*:-*Ti>  tc  -I in.'  ;vl '_l:i  ".lilliir;*    iii  .11   i.f  '���.��,������-������;    .-HTICI-.   -h;u    I.  V:<<-.  .Mim-r'^  l^-vi nj..  * . siM.v <l;t;. *. frmn i'.:iLl*   lu*  MMiin*,** k.,i*.>iil.*i i..i :. (.  *. liuirnl, lur I Hi* im**-.. ^,  >.\-\;  ('[-anlcf Ilu- -.i'" vc ^1 mn.  .. '   fiirtlii-i-  Uik-   rn I :-*   Miat  i. ������     */.   r.in--l   In-     ��� inir.i :;i-i  ii   .- nf -iiicll   Ci-ii: 'ivMtr  , f.." ��� lis UMi ilny ...   Mn  ��� r in tin- ('ref-i  Yale Distri.-t  cn-ek,   Ki-t, i-  iiiiu    '������'��� .  :.:-:  :-'���.. .: .41-ij.  in-  )-..   1,.  .uf��i.Iy ti.  liiK-.ilt-  nf   Ini-  ���f   oblai-.ini^* u  iclion. uiiiU-r  i-il   I,*.-'.!**--,   th..-  ! ".i-irovgineiils.  i>. '.Mill.  . i'.'-oIJINiI.  I  ��� |--M.  i ii ���>  C,  r;i.l Cl .im, **ii-.ate in the  li;-.-i on nf Y'ale !>!-.-  i:    rt ..jt.l  Hire'-  miles  -St;n "' Min  ��� ii Mi'i. .*.  i '.*'.. "��� 'icre I ���* .i  west ni the Arlin--  "pAM". NOTICK That I. \%.  J-      .uiners' Ci-rtificati-   Nn.  -ixtv il.iv-*-  .*i-{h-i '**'ie t'  .Miniii-.'   KiCfir  ���l:?l1ts.    fi.i   t1; .  -Uiini.  Ami  in. :.      ..;���-<������ nolice  Sfclinn .*iT ..i :���-; '... on nnicr.. ������  anci* ii. sv.i;i* r*.*ni*iij;ite of i;-. ���rovo-rii-*;.  ;:;iii;d -his .*������*!..!������=. <,f Man -i. A. 1). \<)\Z  ;:���'-. smi  '��    .s,i.ei*lil .-.ale of  i:i*iJu--i---of <Av tinii:(i :i  '     Smi t!i-  1  ^514301,  .��t���t-.ri. '  o -pply   tn    he I M-j)CCti(/ll  Work at the Midway coal mine  is progressing favorably. Men  are busy putting up coal bins,  stables, etc., and getting all matter in shape for pushing work towards au output aud shipping  probably this fall.  A tree 12 inches through eaten  off by a beaver, making a block  about a foot and a half long, is  on exhibit at Coles stationery  store. Mr, Beaver, as a resident  of Eholt creek and has not struck  for hia overtime work.  Our provincial constable Mr  Pentecost had the pleasure of  acting as chaperon to the Nelson  ���jail, of three undesirables who  landed, in Greenwood last week,  ?yith no apparent means ot support or any inclination to work  for a living.  W. Nelson, the irrepressible  Remington Typewriter man is in  town, and if he cau by any means  get a "writer" off on you. he will  do it. lie is about :is insistent as  a Life Insurance ag-ent. He has  ihe goods ami does t.he business,  none better.  C. .E. Shaw, P. Iw. S.. leaves  the end of the week for Shingle  Creek, where he has some surveying to do and will then proceed to  the Cariboo country tor a couple  of months. On his return he  will spend a few days in Keremeos, completing some work here.  A splendid specimen of work  in the art preservative; a lynx  skin dressed and mounted by  Scott McRae, of De-^wQod,' is cer-  tatnly a fine piece of hiHshandy  work, lt is owned and opefixfor  exhibition at the National-* hoti&l,  FOR RFNT���A 2 room house, neat  and nicely furnished, suitable for  batchitif-*-, located aide of J. H. McNeil's residence. Otlier fnruished  houses for rent. See the Furniture  and Stoye man, A. L. White,  Application lor Liquor License  Tako notice that I, S. T. Larsen, of Rock  Creek, B. C, intend tn apply to the Superintendent of Police, at Hie expiration of oue  mouth from the date hereof, for the renewal of  a retail liquor license for the Riverside Hotel,  Rock Creel-, IJ  C.  Datetl this Ttli (lav of Mav, Win.  SAMUKT.  T. IiARSEN.  4*. .        ��� Rock Creek, B. C,  WATER NOTICE  antl privileges, mill-*, factories, fufiiact-a. \<k \ &���  sm��ltiuif and treat In if ores, and "Vlflnlne me*.. ' \  ats, biiilillni-H, machinery, plant, or oJUtr real I V..  or -iersrinD.1 property as may lie u��ce*a&r-r f<��i ; hi  or coiiduciYi- to the proper carrln-r out of any *j;  of the ��!>jects of the Company."      -������ : rf  "To construct, maiutain, alter-jiiake, work  aud operate on the property.,<fi^lie.Company,  or on property controlled by't^rj^-nip-tiiy, r-.ii>-  traiis, roadi, ways, tramwnysj*w-^*clte conveyance uf ores aud. other goods 'l&'ya^pap-^uy,y,  brid-res, and reservoirs, dams,) ftrim^-'re.-.-* -nil  other u-ayi, water courses, aiinedncts, v,--<U>5t'  wharves, piers, furuacen, saw mi ifs, c'-ru-jlliujf^  works, Rineltiu-fjr works, concentrauasr wotfeif.  hydraulic works, electrical works, and appliances, warenouse*-, buildlng-s, machinery,  plant, sloven and other works apd con-��enieuces  required by, or conducive to, a'DV ot the operations of the Company, and ��obtfj, sell, manufacture, and deal in all kinds of goous, stores,  implements, provisions, chattel), and effects  required by the Company, or its workmen or  servants,"  im.)   ThiB notice was posted jB the lgtU day  of May. THO, and application  will be made to  the Commissioner on tbe Jtthday of June, 1910.  THK CONSOLIDATED MIUIUG & SMEIiT-  INC. COM-PANY OF CANADA, LTD.  41 A. W. Davis. Stipt. No. 7 Mine.  Doctors Rec6mmend  ^. -*.*.  WATER W0T1CE  N  OTICE Is hereby (riven  that an ap-pllca-  tion  will be made under part V, of tlie  tins city., "arsri  wcl  twn  worth  an in-  mi*  -���ii  actl   11. ..Ill-It.-.-  -���I,  Thc business houses, banks add  th*- various residences*in our city,  ���,-������. very impressive decorations,  m-M-norian of the day of  burial  NOTICE is hereby (riven tliat an application  will lie madi- tinder Part V, of the "Water  Act, 1009,-' to obtain a license in the Similkameen Water Division of Yale District.  a.���The tiaui', addrens, and occupation of the  Applicant: The Consolidated Miuin-J- & Smelt-  iiiU Company ol Canada. Limited, a Miniiig  Compauy iocorporatcil under the laws of tlte  Domiuion of Canada, and whose Home Office  is in the City of Toronto, in the Province of  Ontario, md whose rcfflstered oflice in the Province of British Colnmbia i.s in the City of Trail.  Free Miner's Certificate No. B24042.  b.���The name of the lake stream or source is  a creek known as McCarren creek, which arises  in Central Camp and runs westerly aud empties  into Bouddary creek���about 1500 feet below  Boundary Falls, in tlie District of Yale.  c���The point of diversion is on Lot 2083, immediately above the Falls ou said creek and  near where the Road from Boundary Falls to  Hravard's ranch crosses said creek.  d -The quantity of water applied for, in  cubic ieet per second, is Four.  e.���The premises on which the water is to be  used is a Mill Site formiiiu- a part of Lot 429,  and lyiiit! between tlie Columbia aud Western  Railway rluhl of way and Boundary creek, on  tlie southwest part of Lot 429.  f.���The purposes for which the water is to be  used are Mininir anil Milling* purposes.aud purposes incidental thereto.  g*.���The character of the proposed works: A  dam witb a pipe line leadinpr therefrom tothe  Applicant's concentrator building* on said Mill  Site.  u.���If lhe water is to be used for.power or  niiuiii-j* purpoEes, describe the place where the  water is to he returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between the point  of diversion and point of return. Tlie water Is  to be returned iuto Boundary creek about 1200  feet below Boundary Falls, and the difference  in altitude between the print of diversion - and.  point of leturu is about 250 feet. -  i.���Area of Crown Land to be occupied by  tL'e proposed w.irks.    Not any.. .  j.-Givethe nasties and addresses of any riparian proprietors or licensees who"; or whose  lauds, are likely to be affected by the proposed  works, either aboveor below the outlet.   Mark'  Chiisleus Lot 20S3,  Boundary   Falls, B. C,  Sidney T. Smith, Orand Forks, B. C, Isaac N.  Hallett, Lot 2724, Greenwood. B. C, Robert  Wood , Lot K21, Greenwood, II. C.  U.���The capital of tlie Consolidated Mining &  Siui-Uiii-,' Company of Canada, Lin ited, is  *?7,5D0,()0O, divided into 7.*..noo shares of $100each,  and 53,551 shares of said Company are paid up  and issued.  1.- The following* are copies of such parts of  ehe Memorandum uf Association of the Applicant as authorises the proposod application aud  works:  '���To ao-uire by purchase, lease, hire, exchange,, or other,vi'-e, such timber lands or  leases, timber claims, licenses to cut limber,  surface fiu/hts ami ri-flus of \v*iy, water rights  and privile-res, mills, factories, lurnaced for  siiieltiiiff and treating ores and refining metals,  buiUliuf_'s, machinery, plant, or other r^al or  personal property as may be necessarj for nr  conducive to I he proper carryim; out of :m/ nl  i lie objects oi la- Company."  '���To construct, iiKtiiiiaiii. alter, make, work  and operate nn tiie property ,->f tin. Cumirii;.-,  or on property controlled by the Company, any  trails, roads, w.-iys 'ramways, foi the i uAvey-  auce of ore* and oilier -foods of tlie Company,  bridjres, aiu! reservoirs. clams. Iluou..-*. race anil  other ways, water courses, at-jiietlucts, wi-.'ls,  wharves, piers, furnaces, -saw mills. cruMiiiig  works, smeltinu work-i, -<incentraiinir mirks,  hydraulic worlis, i-Icctric.al works' and a;>pli  auces, w ai��-liouse?,buildini's, laucliinciv, plan*  stores and oilier works' and coiivciiieucflK required by or conducive io any o' ilie operations  of the Company, and to buy, sell, inai'iifaicme  and deal in all kinds of f-oo-ls, stores, imp'c  ments, nrovisiou������, chattels and effects required  by the Compim*, or its workmen or servants.  in.���This notic-,   va-. posced oii llie 18th day ot  Mav, 1910. ami aiJ-i'.ijiuio.i will   be m.nrte  'o th*��  Conuui��sio;ier in* t-i* Jtll)'''.ay->f . un::, I'i'P.  TXECONisOLIDA'i F.r; Ml'MINC oc SMSii i*-  ING COMPANY OF CANADA. i.TD.  A. W. D.-1-ris. Supt. X,>. 7 iT-ii-  ,    I. H. Hallett, solicilor for applicant.  I  I'.'.atof pure iuiadult(ii*atcd liquor In all cases where  the use of -medicines or, drugs  may safely tie. delayed or eu-  .tirelv avoided.'   .  Absolutely Pure Liquors  are a temperate drink to the  temperate; ^ but, like water or  -milk, if/taken, to excess is apt  to inconvenience any organism. No household should be  without a moderate supply of  selected pure liquors, and we  have them in convenient  quantities  and triflirg prices  Greenwood Liquor Co*  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  WATfcR   NOTICE  m  ICt is here*  "in   that an appiica-  :.iU?a:-Will   be  mule   under Part V. of t!ie I  " Waiterr'Actj-'-t'KK),''  to   ji.iain a license in the)  Siniilhameei Water IjIvision of Yale JJistrir.t. j Grcciivrnrirl  , - (trivJ^Elie  name, address ami occupation of  tlM^jpPi'iicriiir.     The  C��"soMdaled   Mining- &  Sfiwuiii-r-t'oivr-iuy of Cati iO.**:, Li-vtUed, a Mining .(Jon-ipHiiy  inc^ porated   i.itiei* '.he laivsof  " Water Act,  1909." to obtain a license in  the  .Sirailkan'een Division of Yale District.  (a.) The name, address and occupation of the  applicant. The Consolidated Miltinu; Si Smelt-  iiif- Company of CaSuda, Limited, a Mininir  Company incorporated under tlte laws of the  Dominion of Canada, ar*<l whose Head Office is  iu the City of Toronto iii the Province of Ontario, and whose registered office In the Province of British Columbia is at tbe city of Trail.  Free Miner's Certificate No. B24CM2.  (b.) The name of the lake, stream or source  is Boundary creek, a stream rminlag- through  the towns of Greenwood. Anaconda and Bound,  ary Falls, and empty!*-*-* into tlie Kettle ri-rer  at Midway, in the District of Tale.  (c.) The point of diversion is at the overflow of the dam of the Greenwood City "Water  Works compauy, at Boundary Falls, and -which  dam Is situate about 1300 feet above toe 'al}-**-b  on said creek; and daring; such seasons of;tlt<f'.  year as all water la thei creek may be used: by'  said Water Works company (leaving- ucae MafK  iug over said dam), the poiat of diierslonifiait  be at a point on said creek immediately below  where the water used by the Greenwood City.,  Water Works company it returned into said  creek. .'"�����'.��.      .'''<: .-*.,  (d.V Tbe quantity of water applied for, in  cubic feet per second, it Four,  *e.) The premises on whlcb. the water is to  be used is a Mill Site forming* the rfoutbweBt  part of Lot 429, and lying between the Columbia and Western Railway right of* way and  Boundary creek. **  (f.J intakes with pipe lines leading therefrom to the Applicant's Concentrator aa said  Mill Site, and pumping stations and pumps,  (g*.) Tbe purposes for which tlie water Is to  be used are Mining* and Milling purposes, aud  purposes incidental thereto.  (li,) If the water is to be used for power or  mining purposes descnte the place whu-re the  water is to be returned to sottie natural channel, and th* dlfiesMtce ta altttndB between tha  point of diversion aud paint ��t retort The  water taken at the otrerAow Of -��*��� dam ia to be  returned into Bo-tadary srefcji"ab-Jut WBO fast  below Boundary Calls, aad -the dUEennce '"  altiiude betweiSn the point of fliTarrelon ttntt  point of return Is atxttf IO* iAst; the wat��t  taken from. Boundary creek *M***i-i-rthe-**olnt--o-f-  .retnrn of the Green-woM Crtj~^(?ater Works  Company's water is to be returned Into said  creek at practically the point ot diversion, and  ilierewill be practically no difference in altitude between the point of diversion and point  of return.  (i.l .Area of Crown land to be occupied by  the proposed works.   Not any,  'j.? Give the names and addresses of auv  rlparian proprietors or licencees who or whose  lauds are likely to be affected by the proposed  works, either above or below IL^ outlet. None,  (k.) The capital of llie Consolidated MiulUjT  & Smeltiufr Company of Canada, Limited,'!*  $7,500,000,.divided into7S,00Osliares of flOOeach,  aud 53,.r)62 sliares of said Company ara paid np  and issued. ....    *  (!,'. The following* are copies of such parts of  the Memorandum of Association of t^e ' Applicant as authorizes the proposed application and  works: ..j-*-.-.  "To  acquire  by   purchasai^.ieaae. iii.-*-*, ex- ;  change, or  otherwlse,^**1icni*^tlniber latiu-  or i  lea-;-..-,,   limber claims,  licenses to cut limber,  sin face rights and rights of wav, Wate-'  i i-.-'its  nnJ   privileges,  mills, factories, fai-.u,.*. <   >ir'  smelting and treatir.). oresain' leilui-.- ..ii.j-11-i,,  Amildinga, maciiiin.-iv.  plant   ���>/ otb*:     'a. >r  pi-it<o<ial property at may  b-*  ^eiresf'-.-:. *'!���:>���,��� or  coudtnive io tie prop*'' carrvinroui  ct! a.m-  oi  tlie nbjec s .-if the Company "^  "To ci*��iaii-:icf, maintain,   i'.'.,--, :..\it  und o[X'rati. on   tn.r 1irii,-(i*'ty t,\ me ' '-iniu-ui--.  i.r "ii projH-rty (inii-.rollei* *���)/ tie-.- <.'-ii��i;:*.*��y.anj  iraila, roKils, V'ayi., trainw��.yi��, Kijr  the conveyance ot ore* and oilier jiOOds >.' the Company,  brid-,'1---, and reserT'iirs, clams, flumes. r;--ce and  ol'i'.r w:ivs.   sater i-onrses. aqi!��tlu..-t��,   wells,  ������ii-irr,. . piers, furiiwes, saw   mi"!-., crushing  wi.-rl---., 'iiitlt'in-.'   .y<*.iti*s.  ei-ncen'.r>iirig ivcjrks,  j liydrm-.'c-,v-��-*k-,  iieiJtrical -n-fir.-l*"',  ana a-opli-  ��� anirej. M-:i.i-<hoi'--r-'.l)i!li!iii-.'S, ruM-.litricr'-, plant,  I sieres  =,1-0  i.in.r worVs and cun-tmieiices  ve'.  j.qiiir-d I", ii'--.-.oi'i-i.!cli�� i.-n any of llie cperaUniis  j 01 Un- C'��*.iin;M)... a nil to bn.v. iui'. -n:tiiuf-.ctiire,  I anci ���..SK,   in  ..ll   '.-piils cf ;'<><ids,   tmres. itupliv  I m��niii. pti'vismnis. i-lialt-iis find effects required  ; b;r ibe Cotuj'^ii- i.r I--s. v.**.i*Vr.-iRH :>v ierrrmt*^-"'  !     .'nt.)   Tnis ,i-jtio- w* piisiH   on tlire IStli day  j of May. !''!���>, .n.l  ;i;.f itU^iti��. n will be made to  1 the Con .nibs'.'-ucr 1.11 tlie'lSlh dar of June, 1909.  ! THK iX'XSOMD M' KIJ M t MlNli & HMELT.  j      :>'i-��OMi'ANYor-c.ANM-A. t/r->.  I A. W. IJiivis, --"apt. No. 7 Mine.  Jf^t^W^S^^^^^-JS^^vS^S^Si^^SS^^sS^S^^^  "*.  F. JAYNES  T  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  ilyie's Rolled Oats  4-LB. PACKAGES 35G.  f for One Dollar.  1 Cheap R ates to Eastern Points  H On May 9.Jine ^;l%m24jS$}  g and 22, August^ and September 8,1910.  g ttie Greattg#hern wiHseH round trip  B flrst ctasstytil^^o points iH EASTERN  B &ANA0A. NE^EN^LAND, CENTRAL and  B ..-WESTERN;-StmE?l-;^-very low' rates,  g ��� go>d for three months. Liberal stop-  Li* oven Direct connections. Through  g* trains from Spokane ^Chicago. Electric  |~ lighted, vacuum cleaiid trains.  On -'.ci'i.iuit of Victoria Day,  tween.s-:.'.:i' *.*���-. -:��� tiie Boundary and .  for the nun.! v. -ip.   Tickets will be vft  Ufturn liuii; May 26th.   Call or -wrikr;  Afo l'.-< -iblf* to answer questions.  H. l<:   ''iR-*;:VIZEK.  x\ seut, Midway, B. C. '        D^tf  - *VZ  7MMmmmimmiiiimmkmkmim.\iiai  r  itmyyyym  ^m^m^m.^'^ymm-  <����� : '4\  BUY Yovn  FROM THE  ,*jy.e will sell tickets beat a fare and one-third ���  2iat to 241 h inclusive,  ddittonai informatLoa.^..  I--* ���--���:-.���?��:  I -\.  I  ,1V. KISTLER.  ix. Grand Forks, B; Cji^  DAIRY  Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily  bottled milk a Specialty  Fred  Jeiikp   Prop'r.  Rcforc you take yiiui* ���lep-*.rui-trt* froni  subscribe ior j-��iit-   home  vx\>zr, $? for sia n-outlts, or ?;2 a',year.  You v.-ill find it fulLof interest to you  wherever you-are.'. '���  ���fiu*-'* Ji.     iii is  WALLPAPERS  LEGANT DESIGNS  ������#  Hundreds oi Patterns to select from*    T! c cream of  Canada's' Wa\lp$g^ prices .  ranging froni 20c to Si per double roll  /  ^  ^_   __a��*��r>--?

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