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Boundary Creek Times Sep 6, 1907

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Array i It-  ib-V  GREENWOOD, B. C, FRIDAY,  SBPT_WBE_.~Vl907r  VERY, VERY SAD, WHO  GOT THE CHICKENS ?  OF GREAT IMPROVEMENT  Large Acreasre  Bein_ Set to   Fruit  For Which Conditions Are  Admirably Suited  We can give you  good Values  in all Lines  Special Bargains this Week in  Carpet Squares & Hearth Rugs  Phone 27  I  ���HOUSE FURNISHERS    ���  Greenwood, B.C,  kUR stock of Ladies' Coats  and Skirts for the coming  season has arrived it comprises all the latest and most up-  to-date styles, in all the best and  ���most fashionable cloths. A large  variety of patterns to choose.from ���  and at the lowest possible price,  Consistent with a high standard  of quality. -  PAY US A  VISIT.  RENDELL & CO  Dry Goods.  Millinery  DON'T  TRUST  YOUR    WATCH  IN-,,THE HANDS OF AN INEXPERIENCED PERSON. IF THERE IS SOMETHING  WRONG WITH IT BRING IT TO A  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER. OUR  SPECIALTY IS WATCH REPAIRING.  ��UR WORK IS GUARANTEE��  Aa L0GAN &  Copper Street  Greenwood  NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER  The district along* the Kettle  Valley from Midway west gives  evidence of regeneration. Stimulated no doubt by the success  that has attended the efforts of  the pioneers in the,fruit' industry the country there about is  awakening to a sense of its possibilities. The orchards of W.  H. Morris at Midway, and of  Bubar * Brothers farther west are  an object lesson to the owners  of land and many acres that a  fewyearsago were benchesbarren  of anything but bunch grass are  today smiling with the dark  green foliage of newly-planted  apple trees.  During this season McCallum  flat on the river has been trans-*  formed from a thin growing oat  field to an orchard of newly-set  trees, numbering many hundreds,  and all of them a -rich green.  New roads on sensible grades  traverse the bench west of the  river and irrigating canals ramify  hundred of acres, soon to be the  homes of those who favor the  genteel and highly remunerative  pursuit* of fruit farming.  At Rock Creek, S. T. Larsen,  who has been content hitherto  to rake in shekels at his popular  hotel and do a little farming,  has become imbued with the fruit  idea and this year has planted  250 fruit trees on a bench overlooking one of the most beautiful of Canadian Valleys. The  season's growth has been phenomenal aud the new wood on  most of the trees shows a growth  .of nearly two feet.  His acreage will be increased  from year tb year.  Just beyond Larsen's on the  bench Mr. Pittendrigh has planted many hundreds of trees.  The perfect alignment of the  trees shows the taste of the owner  even as their healthy appearance  must justify his judgment.  ���Across-the-river-from-Larsen's  the Nicholson farm of several  hundred acres has been acquired  by the Kettle Valley Irrigation  Company and will be subdivided  into small holdings and converted  into well-watered orchards.  An air of increasing prosperity  is everywhere apparent in the  neighborhood. New developments in this district cannot be  otnerwise than encouraging to  those who have the colonization  of the West Fork, just beyond,  now in  hand.  Reorganizing the need of the  district the government plans to  span the Kettle River here with  a substantial bridge already too  long delayed in its construction.  This public work when completed  will prove a great boon to settlers on the north and east side  of the river.  The story comes from Phoenix,  and presumably a true one, that  one of those incidents which  "touch" the hearts of men of  such tender sensibilities as those  held by Messrs. Birnie; and Smith,  was recorded on the big hill with  the big mines, sometime during  during the quiet hours that elapsed between bedtime last Saturday and breakfast time last Sunday.  It would seem that two gentlemen up there with taste and appetite commensurate with the  City's altitude conceived the idea  that they would give a number  of their friends a Sunday morning  breakfast,that would make a meal  at Delmonica's look like a   bite  COPPER   MOUNTAIN    THE wes���_  On Myers'   Creek   Across-  the   Line  ^ililp-l'fPPP  SEP 131907  ^CTORIA, \  ms___sa_  from a ten cent lunch counter.  ������* .' -.   'V ���     ���    ' '  They had learned that nothing  so gratified an epicurean taste as  beans and chicken baked slowly  and thoroughly in a beau pit,  and so procuring the finest of  small white beans and the  choicest of yellow-legged chickens they filled the pit and covered  with glowing coals,'there to remain until the roll of friend's was  called for Sunday morning breakfast.  A keg of beer as an accompaniment and the finest ��� water melon  available were placed on ice over  night to be ready for the breakfast of which doubtless they talked till late and dreamed even until morning.  But when the guests were duly  assembled and everybody was  elated with the prospectot" chicken  and. beans with beer.on the .side  and iced" melon as a starter, the  white-clad   waiters  arrived with  SURE TO BE IS EVIDENCE  Considerable Development Now Goinu  Forward. On Many  Claims  If the money that has been  spent iu the most desultory manner in mining about Bolster, had  been concentrated on any one of  a dozen claims near town, the  prospects are that a good' mine  would ere this have been opened  up and the country have been  given that much good instead of  so muchunhappyadvertising. Opposite Bolster on the west is a  range of hills extending to Che-  saw on the south and away towards Molsen westerly where a  large amountofmoueyhas gonein-  to the ground, but not enough in  any one claim to make it a mine.  At different times the east notably Ohio and Indiana have sent  liberal contributions to the Camp  but it is doubtful if any one property is yet beyond the experimental stage.  Several properties have been  good stock certificate producers  but as yet have output little else.  The Review, Ben Harrison, Opal,  Butcher Boy, Poland China and  Bluffton would appear to come  under this category. Some of  them may make mine3 but as yet  little tonnage is in sight. East  of town ..a. somewhat similar pro-*  cess has been in operation too  and theBuckhorn, Jack Pot, Rain  the distressing news that melon   bow   an(1  others __e at nt  ���afl/l     ___�����    1*1*1*-,    -rn.ttn'UnJ    _ .._*���-      ~a! ��� T_ 1 C  and beer had vanished over night  and that where chicken and beans  had reposed another "cave-in".  had occurred and that absolutely  nothing was in sight for the  guests whose -appetites, had  whetted by long waiting for the  toothsome things. The guests  departed in search of plainer and  more plentiful foods, and the hosts  were sad-eyed and silent save for  a few words that could not besaid  in church. And now the wonder  is if the man who raised the  chickens knows anything about  the affair. If so it would have  been much better if he had left  the trifling matter pass without  .this, means_of-wreaking-his revenge, No more chickens will be  cooked in miniature "glory holes"  in Phoenix for a time, unless under the eye of Westminister prison  guards.  PAY ORE COLUMN  All the big companies of the  district are reaching out for more  property and many claims have  been recently bonded.  PIONEERS* SOCIETY  The Kettle Valley aud South  Okanagan Pioneers' Society will  hold its Annual Dinner this year  in Eagles' Hall, Grand Forks, on  Monday, 16th inst. These men  who blazed the trails and laid  the foundations of ihe country  enjoy nothing more than these  re-unions which serve to keep  alive the brave spirit of the past,  and contrast the present with  days when pick and pack were  their friends and the camp fire  their home.  H. Branson, R. Perry, J. Finlay, and T. T. Henderson are  down 60 feet on the Kakomo and  are drifting on the lead which  shows steel galena and ruby silver.  Work in progress on the Sally, Rob Roy, Duncan, Relief,  Buster, Kokomo, and other claims  on Wallace Mountain is adding  to the fame and value of that  high grade hill.  SERIOUS ACCIDENT  Albert Cessford was the victim  of a very unhappy accident at  the Emma mine on Wednesday  evening last, being caught between an ore car and the wall,  and badly squezed. He was removed to the Sisters' Hospital.  dead issues apparently. Too  much promoters' stock has been  sold cheap in all the district for  the treasury to remain in a healthy  condition. Market made for  treasury stock is not frequently  converted into one for the promoters stock to the detriment of  mine and camp. And yet we  know of no district with better  showings thanthe hill east of  Bolster.In the h ill west we have  littie confidence.  A remarkably promising property, owned by the Richards family, is now being developed about  a mile east of town, known as the  Tamarack.  Two shifts are employed, and  the ledge known to be at least 5  feet wide is yielding an ore that  runs from $60 to $80 in all values,  largely gold and silver. A fair  development fund has been provided and when this is exhausted  the property will be sufficiently  developed to enable judgment to  be passed as to whether incorporation will be justified. At present  the outlook is very favorable to  the property becoming a mine.  The Grant south east of Bols'er  on Copper monutain. recently  equipped in a first class manner  is looking particularly well, and  a fine body of good ore is iu  sight. Many other claims on the  hill are showing fine under development and some day this  mountain will bo a great ore producer. When that day comes,  the regeneration of Bolster will  come too, but until then it must  remain a street of deserted houses,  It certainly looks at present as if it  had nervous prestation. Itsbeauty-  ofsite however remains uniin.  pairedand in thisregard it challen-  cs all  the towns of the west.  Copper Mountain" on Myers  Creek will certainly in due tinic-  become a mining camp of importance, the surface indications on  Copper Mountain discounting  the Bounbary at a similar stage  of development. A spur of the  V. ,V. & E.   was    started     from  but has not been comp leted  A railway is necessary to the  camps  development.  Mr. Horace F. Evans, Explorer, and  Geologist has the following- to say about  the West Fo-k district in the Mining-  Vorldof Aug-.24th:���  Exposures of syenitic graniteoccur in  the vicinity of Westbridge, but as there  ha* been little 6r no prospecting- carried on there the chief business being,  log-cutting, and miking inquiries as  to mineral occurence there could not be  answred.  About 13 miles farther up a genuine  lofc',*"K* camp was found, where about  50 men were at work, the character of  tlie timber showing an improvement as  to girth.  The valley is fairly wide in many  parts. The surrounding mountains  often rise abruptly from the valley, but  sometimes show moderate slopes.  Wherever the intrusives were see.i they  appear to be cutting metamorphosed  sediments. The uiffereu station seem  to be intrusives which though not a  true syenite, has been in a greater part  recognized as a white syenitic granite  though later observations will be necessary for the purpose of properly  classifying it.  About 10 miles farther up Beaverdell  was reached. This place comprises  about a dozen houses, one store, two  hotels a half a dozen ��� small frame  dwelling houses and the remainder the  typical log cabins of the prospecter.  Although much fine timber was noted between the lumber camp of Gorman  West and Beaverdell, it was evident on  further investigation that Beaverdell  has decided to be a mining town as in  its immediate neighborhood a number  of promising mining- properties have  been located.  To the east of Beaverdell lies a moun  tainof much uniformity of proportions.  It has a height above the valley nf at  least 3,500 ft., and I ascended thia  mountain late in the afternoon for tde  purpose of visiting- the Sallie, owned by  Mr. Robert Wood, who founded the  the town of Greenwood, near Grand  Forks, B. C.  The owners of the Sallie have built  a good waggon road from Beaverdell  to the mine. It is a well graded road  a*.jd-wintin its way ,tfP-.-io',rhe riiiue by a  succession of switchbacks. '.Its length  is about 15,840 feet.  Mr. Robert Wood, one of the principal owners, was met here and he kindly extended the usual courtesies.  The ore of the Sallie consists of argentiferous galena, sometimes fine steel  ground and at other times sunwiug  coarse cubes. It grades all the way up  from S20 lo ��200. The ore occurs iu old  sediments, highly altered by mediani  cal and chemical influences incident to  mountain building. The sediments  are in all probability of Pre-Casbomf-  erous age. .  The workings of the Sallie c.nsist of  tunnels and drifts, the topography  be  ing  well    suited   to    this    system of  niiningv  It has been found from the mining  opperattons that regular faulting  has taken place, and that secondarv  enrichment occurs on tne faulting  planes. This opinion is confirmed by  Mr^Boyle, the foreqian, who from his  Th 6 wi, d I*,"16" f" t H eTm^  note a number of technical facts con -  nected with the occurrence of ore in a  mountain. ���  A number of extensions have been  staked on the mountain.  Ore is hauled by waggon road to  Midway and shipped thence to theCan-  adian Pacific railway smelter at Trail,  Of course the best ore is shipped by  this route.  Looking forward to the future Mr.  Wood and his associates anticipate the  time when the company will put up ro  duction works at Beaverdell aud thus  save the heavy expense of waggon  transportation of 40 miles at least.  At Carmi, north of Beaverdell, about  live miles froni lhe latter named place,  quartz veins have been found intersecting igneous rocks and said to carry  good gold value i-  Mr. Ketchum who has a .store at Ilea  verdell, showed me a collection of the  ore fcjund in the neighborhood. Much  of this ore shows that it is in old sedi  menu on the bedding planes, interspersed through the cracks and joints  and disseminated through the in;i.->s of  the rock. Some band specimiuis showed malachite and azurite associated  with gold.  The West Fork of Kettle, though not  unknowu as aminiiiir district, has been  explored butlittle. Its prospects appt-ar  to be superior   tn much of tn.j c.jiintrv  that has been noised.  Lack of capital seems to be ineviuViice,  but this will doubtless be overcome as  conditions  are   better known.  No._$er:'.   SJ  A FATAL ACCIDENT  At Anaconda on Wednesday  Evening  MR.   OLIVER  BOURDEAUX  Meets His Death at His Former Home  in the.pil _1fv/n-Slte  'r*:''* Hotel  r,  Mr. Oliver Bourdeaux met his  death at Anaconda  on   Wednesday evening last    iu   a   manner  that leaves the public   in   doubt  as to whether it was suicide   or  accident.     The -opinion   of   his  closest friends however is that it  was   accident   pure  and simple.  He arrived from "Grand Forks  Wednesday and was about town  during  the   afternoon   renewing  his old acquaintances.    To some  of his friends he appeared rather  despondent aud complained that  his investments were not productive aud   althoua-h.   he   was old  ho .would be obliged to seek"employment.    Early in the evening  he appeared at the building where  he met his death aud in conversation with the tenants told them  that    he    owned    the  .building.  Whether   this is true or  not   is  not known   definitely.    He    did  own   the   building at   one   time  but it was sold  two   years   ago  for taxes.      He may  have   since  redeemed it.    However he   went  to the attic to sleep.    It is supposed-that he either mistook an  open window for a door and" stepped out to his death, or fell from  the walk thatleadstoan outbuilding. Thedistance to the ground  is considerable and the result of.  the fall or jump as the case may  have been was a broken neck. A  doctor   and    the   Coroner   were  summoned,   but   it   was   a   case  that appeared to demand neither.  Being dead there  was'   no   need  of the former and    their    being  no question as to the manner of  death, there was little   need for  the latter.  PAY ORE COLUMN  The Riverside has a car of fine  ore ready for shipment.  About   20    men  are employed  on the Jewel in long Lake camp.  Mr. E. G. Cuiiiiuings reports  the.Napauee looking well. Some  very fine ore has been taken from  the claim.  A very fine lead of ore has  been encountered on the Rob Roy  one of the Sally group, on Wallace Mountain.  The Cariboo-McKiuney finds it  difficult to secure aud retain a  full force of men. The isolation  of the camp appears to get ou  the nerves.  Card of Thanks.  Thomas Currie and W. II. K'.nii-  i ho believe    in hard work    when  (conditions justify in.    They   are  now dawn 60 feet on th*-*  Relief  and   the   properly   looks   well���  a nice lead of nice '>re.  On behalf of my-self nnd   family  I wish  to  extend   to   friends   and  citizens of Greenwood and I'lioj-iix  Myncaster to Bolster   last spring  our sincere th-iuk.s for their  kind  noun and expressions  of  symj��.iti-y  during our lute bereavement.  F. C. Buck less.  Jas. Kelly is down from Beav-  dell. His neighbors on Wallace  Mountain report Kelly's claim  the IhiHter as the finest vet. At  15 feet he has 2!.- feet of ore  that assays above $150.  *'*  I  1 -irmnnrnimii ^^=1ir^r^"-�������a���iMi'i  .mmmm^^^  THE"'BOUNBARY   CREEK   TIMES.  ^fflmnmOTffi^  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <F*  <F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Q=*  C_=<  Ci=<  o���1  Cr*  Cr=*  CF*  Q^<  O'  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Best .- $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. President :    _OKr> Strathcona and Mount Hoyal, G. C M. G.  i'resiilent :    Sik Geok<;k A. Dkummond, K. C. M. G.  Vicc-I'resideiit. and General Manager :    E. S. Clous-ton-.  Branches in London, Eng. j cuVeJV'S!, \ New York, Chicago,  Iluv  aud sell Sterlin'.*- Excltantf^ and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial au  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager  ���**_*���  *_���*���  >_**  i/==J*  *���*�����-���*������  *=,  *_*  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$lO,OO,0OO.   Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  B. E. WALKER, President. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  H. H. MOKRIS, Supt. Pacific Coast Branches.  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISfiUCO AT THE FOLLOWrtjO RATE8��  '? ami x:n_er    8 cents  (+<hzt  ,S fiiQd not exceeding $10    Q cents  "   -rift      ** " $30  !0 cents  .**    $Vs       ** " $50   15 cents  ��� h��*se Ortirti-s ni-L* /'nynble at I'nr at any office In Canada of a Chartered Bank  'Yukon e*xe��,|>i*;i.l),-juid at the principal banking- points iu the United States.  NHOO-nAKLK AT A FIXED JUTK AT  J'JIK CANADIAN HANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  i'hey form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money  with safely jind at sin ull cost.  Savings Bank Department  Interest- allowed on deposits from s-'l upwards at current rates.  Greenwood Branch - -   -     -   ---.. J. T.-BEATTIE Manager  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  I'akki.stkk, Solicitor,  Notary Ptblic.  CaUru Address:        ���' IIallh it."  1 I-edfiird M'Neiirs  CoDi-:s.'-| Mui'uiui/ _ NualV  I Lei'     -  eiber's  Grchnwooo, B. C.  '^JflSi' BOUf'_ARV   VALLUY    LODGE  "-���;7iik^ No. 3 8.1. 0.0. F.  r��iet-is  every   'lues/lay   Eveiiii'f* al  a Oil  in   tlte  !. i*i. O. I'-.'ilall.     A. cordial  mvi tmiou is ex  tended to ail Kujmirnjut*: lu'eiiierit.  K. i..  -.lOKTlMI-'K. It. ANUER&OI**,  N. <;. Rei'.-Snr  Creek Times  Issued every fridav  hy -ran  Boundiiry Crccli Print/nganri PaWisAing  CO., LlMITKD,      .  Sni'-SCKII'TIONS IN ADVANCE.  I'BK Ybak         ....    2 00  Sfx-Months... '....'  1 2&  To 'CORJCION  COUNTKIKS ,   2  50  ~-t,rW-*_  LAL-'L  *?TA  .FRIDAY   SEI'TE.MIUCK   d, I'JOT  THE ROGK CREEK- BRIDGE.  Although the government engineer had not yet arrived on the  ground earl_y in the week, to  locate and start work on the  bridge across   the   Kettle  River  ^ear^oclT"Creek, one could see  that local parties were making  ready for the enterprise, possibly  with the mistaken view that by  having- preliminaries, under way  they could '-influence the judgment of the Engineer as to the  proper location of the bridge.  In a public work of this character0 the public good should be  consulted, and we do not for a  moment believe that any partisan bias would influence the decision of one invested with power  to use lhe public money in any  but a way consistent with tbe  public  good.  At Rock Creek there are two  villages about a mile and a quarter apart. In our judgment  neither point is the fit   one   for  = the bridge. The banks of the  river are not suitable, and the  approaches would not .be desirable.  Between the two village*-*, however almost midway the site is  excellent- and a bridge could here  be built on better banks, with  better approaches and with a  much shorter breadth of river  to span.  Although in the matterof public accommodation the farther  east the bridge came the better.  still we believe that to ensure  the greatest stability at least cost  the bridge should be built somewhat west of Larsen's and about  half a mile east of the mouth of  Rock Ciei-k. A bridge here would  lead directly to the chosen site  for the. Midway and Vernon  railway depot and at a point  that would accommodate more  people tlian any other. The country east of this point contains  quite *a number of hill farmers  who should not be compelled to  go any further out of their way  than necessary to cross the river.  Then again stretching along  the river east of this point on  the river flat is a large district  of several hundred acres which  has been acquired by the Kettle  River Irrigation Company upon,  which water is to be led, and  the same cut up into small holdings and set to fruit. A large  number of families will be located here and as this bridge is to  be for the future quite as much  as the present, we believe every  consideration would insist that  the bridge should not go any  farther west than the point indicated.  We look to the government to  exercise a wise precaution in this  matter and asstn^j^t^Jh^agjib-,  lie wrong will be done, should  the preliminaries now being carried forward by local people assumed to have the ear of the government, be allowed to affect the  act, if not the judgment of the  government engineer.  We do not believe that the  judgment of a professional engineer will confirm the choice of  the western site, and we must insist that no partisan bias must  enter into the solution.  Gazette, in an editori'al last Monday very ably dealt with the  'cobler critics,' as the writer dubbed them, who have been and  are clamouring, for the return to  Canada of the reserve fund very  properly and prudently kept in  New York and elsewhere.  "If foolish people were permitted to control the policy of  our chartered banks and allowed  to force the employment of this  money in Canada, they would  cause more financial worry and  trouble within the dominion than  has ever been experienced within  my recollection." ���  Mr. Knight seemed strongly  of the opiuiT5fi~tIfa't call loans in  Canada could not be realized  upon in case of emergency.  Therefore, the term "call" was  a misnomer. Money loaned under  similiar circumstances in ihe  United States could be obtained  for immediate use, being covered  by such securities as could be  realized at once. When there  was depression in Canada, its-  securities would naturally be unrealizable, and the banks could  not obtain the necessary money  to satisfy the demands of depositors.  EDITORIAL NOTES  Prom every direction come reports of flattering strikes and  mining deal.**-.  We hope our Conservative  friends won't hitch up horses too  soon, in expectancy of an earl}-  election.  No public official entrusted  with the disbursement of public  mt ney should let any consider"  ation but public welfare prevail  with him.  The story which the travellers  hear in every land is being repeated here with fullest truth:���  "The season is exceptional, we  never knew such, weather before."  The terrific loss of life reported from the fall of the magnificent new bridge being built near  Quebec might bave been averted  it seems if a certain telegram  had been sent .or its'.suggestions  heeded by only a few minutes.'  as they are in the Boundary district in British Columbia. The  ores iu this district run from 1 to  3 per cent in copper, the average  being not far from i;,% and from  Si to S3 per ton in gold and silver.  The Athabasca Oil & Asphalt  Company has acquired a large-  area of Asphalt deposits, and is  preparing to mine it in quantities  as well as to prosecute drilling  operations for oil.- The properties are situated on the. east bank  of Athabasca river, forty miles  east of Fort 'McMurray, where  the Hudson Bay Company has  for a number of years conducted  a fur-trading establishment.  The rich places of the Klondyke  district are regarded by geologists as the lesu't -of iotig-c---*-  tinued and uninleruptcd concentration from a great mass of rock  (estimated at 1,61)0.000,000 tons)  that contained minute quantities  of "old (0.013 cents to the ton  of origiual rock) and not as the  wearing down of highly mineral-  ized gold-bearing veins or lodes.  This is apparently a logical deduction, in as much as no pay  quartz leads have been found  within or in promimity to the district. ' -���  '  0<><>00<5<K><K>OOCK>0<K>00-<>0<><>0<>0  L-S0RE FEET |  Sore, hot, aching or blistered feet are cooled and  healed by Zam-Buk. Store  girls, postmen, policemen,  farmers and all who stand and.  walk a lot should test Its value!  Zam-Bult also cures chafing-  sores, insect bites, sunburn,  ulcers, eczema, heat sores and  all 6kin,diseases and injuries,  Gives ease in cases of piles.  60c. a box nt all stores, or Zam-  Buk Oo., Toronto.  Printing of every des'  cription neatly   done  at   The  B* G Times  Office  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER    -  Dealer   in    Sash,   Doors,  Turned  Work  and  Inside Finish,  Etc,    - -  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   :   B; C.  PHONE  65.  OCK>0-O0->0<>0-<M>0<><K>00-0<K>00-0<K>  To Employers of Labor: j  Are you conversant with the Workmen's Compensation  Act. The only absolute protection offorded is a Liability Policy. The "OCEAN" Policies, (the largest  accident company in the world, with assets of over  Seven Million D.llars) provides a complete indemnity  against all liability, relieving you from all responst-  bilifj-, worry and trouble.  eric W. McLaine,  District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  -#-  -.  Is   unexcelled, v.a   is  evidenced   by   its  its poi>iilaritY in _��� 11 the towns  of the "SonHilary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by in-  .sistiui' on having-  -ELKHQRN" BOTTLED BEER  TEUIcSS  >(��m>wtl;i)Muwi>.'UKtiaaiM����'w  '..(Sis 111  'Houso, s-ig-n and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor  a tiny- promptly done.  Mi Papering  Ife  ���*"*  4  +  **.-  a  151  ectnc   current   supplied   for  Power, Lifrhtinjr, Heatin.o- and  Vo ii ti latino. Power Furnished  lor Hoistiuo- and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of contiri < v..-- j < w - r  servie, for: operating., :  :  :   :    :  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  Send i_ _'dnr'-spring--orders..'  Box 255, Greenwood.  Shop Govern men t; stree t..-��� ...,���������.,  au--Wff-.'MMUMfc8am_ra^  It is a good sign when the  manager of the Crows' Nest Coal  eor"thin-ks:^enM^H^fJ^_,ric_op:r  inion, --p put in a defence in the  matter of the coke shortage. Time  was when haughty men acted as  if they were saying to themselves "public opinion be damned."  "CALL"MONEY  For failure to carry out its  moral and legal obligations to  the district. the government  ought to exercise its right to penalize the exportation of coke to  the tune of S2 per ton. More coke  and less nasty criticism of those  who have the right to criticize  I would look better from the coke  magnates.  We are pleased to observe  that our crude criticisms last  week on the financial situation  are more than confirmed by the  remarks of Mr. JohnT. P. Knight,  Secretary-Treasurer of the Canadian Bankers' Association, and  manager of the Montreal Clearing house, in a recent interview.  Said Mr. Knight, in part:���  "The banks are charged^ with  keeping too much of their money in the United States," the  interviewer remarked.  "I cannot do justice to tbe  subject which you raise," Mr.  Knight replied.    "The Montreal  SORTED ORE  Is under the management of Greig and  Morrison.* The rooms are comfortably  furnished, and the bar contains the best  brands of wines, liquors aud^ cigars in  the citv.  Greenwood  _i_imwiiBimwra____���iiijM��i��,im.��|  It is estimated that the Slogan  district of British Columbia can  maintain an annual production of  15,000 tons of 5% zinc ore and  that the Ainsworth district can  produce about 100 tons of 50% ore  daily.  ine fi  is  *tr-V  ���sfc^^j. ���,  Lil DtiHS  __->*-  Probably nowhere else in the  world are copper ores containing  sometimes as low as 1% copper  successfully smelted without any  previous sorting or concentration  DRAY1NG - w"e Canl'Move Anything  P.   C.    BUCKLE  _,.  , -..      , CTPROPRIETOR  8*++���*"��� 4- * * -f * 4.4.4. Jfjffc * + * -f Jf. * -f. 4..}. .J. .$. SS  *  )  iOICE BEEF,  FRESH FISH  F0R-  SALT -HE  tf-l-HMW.-IJWlWWWItttfw/.wMWWBttlftflV^^aiU* I-*^lM.UM*.*KM<M^JI*W��*WIUU-��rUI  Copper Street  Received Highest Award  "Jl*"*������*"^"���^"���'������������l'll'������'"^"'���'"^'���^''������^^^���^���^"'���^���������^������������--������OBW  Dominion Exhibition 1906  a gwa a__a_^^^^5__r_qi tw-.-q^ffiftf-iyKrff q  J  >TEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in die Boundary  Steam- Healed.    Liglilcd   tbrotigrhoHt   with   electric lights.  First-class Bar.    Strictly up-to-date g-oods.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Now is the time to  Advertise tor the  Fall Trade--You get  Sure Returns by Ad  vertising in The B.C.  Times. m* I __���   il-sm^i ������ ml ������>����,  MlUa   _M-���fc*aW-iW.  f"   %*,     f "L*��*il-.      A-**    C *-**-   '  1 __L ��- v  ���   Ml   I ���  ���   I    ���������_���   Il ������  ��� r ���*���*��� "    ~    -  ���_���  **      ����� 4 i If     1 C  '  _*__ __k-'_��J__J���4. ���T- -a-U.  __��. _-   _&-���-  .....J .Ai-  _._Jii r /i i ������ i   * **' " " ,f   " "  > * *       mbs  1 '    '               *IH  ,. ��"  i*. :.-     * - 7 ";.������  /  /I 7-  '��� '*>���"-'' ���������"'���-!.___  /     -'  8 ���  -"'  -���'-'���-���' fefeb  VM-  . IV*,-,-:-''-,:jH  _/A  -?##1  ���. ** :-;I  SS��  MINING MATTERS  Output of Boundary Ores  The low grade mines of tbe  Boundary,which first began shipment in 1900, sending out 100,000  tons that year, have been  steadily increasing. The 1906  shipments were 1,161,537 tons,  and that of 1907 will be a  larger  Mines         Total to Tons  i.ow grade     end 1906 in 1907  102,466 S2,17��.  400,000 120,354  NOTICE  Snowshoe   Dom Cop Co   B C Cop Co   1,090,000    168,974  Granby Cop Co3,000.000 ��� 402,117  Pabst Blue Ribbon Bear is the ideal summer drink. It is cooling,  satisfying and refreshing. It makes the enjoyment of the outdoor luncheon  complete, for it is a food as well as a drink.  Pabst brews for food qualities as well as for purity and flavor. Pabst  found the only way to get all of the food-values out of the barley-grain  was to follow Nature in making the malt, by growing it slowly and  scientifically, arid he therefore perfected the Pabst Eight-Day Malting  Process.   Pabst Malt is richer in nutriment than other malts.  ��  te  Beer  or  duality  is a more healthful, wholesome food than other beers. The Pabst Perfect Brewing  Process blends the rich food values of Pabst EightrDay Malt with the tonic properties  of the choicest hops under conditions that insure positive purity, while reducing the  percentage of alcohol to the minimum���- less than 3_%.  Pabst Blue Ribbon is the ideal family beer, because of its food values, its purity  and its remarkably small amount of alcohol, making it a truly temperance drink.  When ordering beer ask for Pabst Blue Ribbon.  Made   by  Pabst  at  Milwaukee  And Bottled only at the Brewery.  Greenwood Liquor  Co.,  Copper St.. Greenwood, B. C  Phone  -13.  **Un.iioaiwiTn . i-r ��� nr_T   ������- rr ���nr-u      rii  in- ��*.^.fc>.jvi_'.^u;   v'"**-*�����* �����*������*������* �� -*fc*. ...- ^   .   *- ,     -.*.<    mi_ w��- ,<*-��   v ��    ^ ���      ^.i^*ta>    * ��,/���*, L^a^A >*_vj<ii*jv*.giMniinjiiw_ ��� ��������   f_f)lll,_ME2a2,U��G��Kg��2iH!,^  ���_mB_B_5B___22___S_SE"2_^^  HIGH OK A JO IX  Duncan '..... IS  Prince Henry.,. 15  Preston  . 20  Mavis  10  Don Pedro  95  Crescent   90  Rambler  76  Bay  75  Strathmore  160  E P U   652  Klkhorn   1,675  Skylark..  1,176  Providence  3/J4S  Jewel > ��� 2,670  Riverside   Sally  31.0  60  30  75  20  244  730  60  90  SO  In 'In* County Court of Y.ile Holden at Greenwood.  IN THE   MATTER of   tin*  ������j,1,|,_������ent.-;   Act,  Is'.''.) ':iud Ainuuiliiiir Acts-  A iu!  I.-* THE MATTER of a .tiuljj-niiMii ol.iaim-il in  .-in At-iniii iu Til is Uuiioiii-ablt: Court  niiTWKEX:���  C. /"E. SHAW, I'laiiiiilT  IJiiilmm.-iit CiL-ilitorJ  Ani1 PETER McfiRlDK,  Defendant  IJnuVnieul l)i-btot|  TAKE NOTICE tliat hy an Order of this  Honourable Court entered tlie 7tli;ilav of  Ainrust. l->07. as amended by a inruier Order  I'litercd tit* K.ih day of August, 10(17. ii was ordered that unless cause be Shown to Hie Cflll-  liary liv I lie defendant and M. II. McMahou at  llic t. niii-t House a* tlio Citv of (Ireeip.vood on  tlie Mill day of September. 19117, al tlie hour of  1(1.30 o'clock in the forenoon, the interest <>/  Peter Mcl-ride. tin; defendant, in tlie "Mavtield  Fractional" Mineral Claim described as L-'t  20-.li. Hiinilkniiiecn Division of Vale District.  British Columbia, be sold to lealize ;lie amount  of plaintiff's judgment nyninst the said Peter  Mclii'ii'c, with interest and costs, and that notice of tli�� intention of the said IVtc-r "Mcliride  or M. II. McMahou to show cause ai'aiiiit such  sale must be iri von to the I'laimilT's Solicitor  2-11 hours previous to.;o.-?0o*clock in the forenoon  of the said 14th day of September A.U., I'M",  and iu ilelaull of such notice the .sale do take  placi* without further order. And that a reference be made to the I'cu-isirar at Cree.uwood,  H.C, to asee.riaiii what lauds ami property are  liable to be sold under the said jnd)fiiH-u*i, Hu*  nature aud pai tii-ularsof the inten-si of tin- s;ii<]  I'eter Mc II ride iu such lauds, aud his til let hereto, aud whal jiul-riiii-uts form a lien or charge  against Midi lauds and the priorities Inn well  siifli j.iil^nienis. and to il'-icrinhn- lion- tin: pro-  refills or sale shall be distributed, and report  such fimliiiu's to the Coui'l.  Aud thai as lo serviuv of Un- orders, notices  motions, and other proceedings herein Hie  plainlifl' -boiild be al Mi.-iU- lo serve l't-ier  Mclirideby iimiliiilr copies Ih-r.-of in a prep lid  refistered envelope addressed to hiin at MoiMe  <.-ri��lo, wrashitiL'lou, and to serve M, II. McMahou by mailiiitr copies iheii-of in prepaid  reirislered envelopesaiblre s,-d toliiinal Marvs-  ville, I'.rllish Coin in iaaud at I'm llaiid,Ot,-i_','i>i,  aud bv ptiblii:atioiiof iioiiceof tin- said Orders  for Hi roe is-ues of a u-e.-Uv newspaper pnbli*-b-  :iii<* circulaled ai lireenivood, ll.C.  A.\'l> I--URTIIER TAKE NOTICE thai tne  Kciiistrai- has appointed Eridav, thetiilidav of  .Sej,ti-ull)t'i\ I��.117. ai his oflii-.-. at (', rei-mv.i'nl,  l!.i:..at 10."i0 a.in., as the linn: and place tor  tbe he.-iriiiv   of   said ret'eieiice.  Dated this Ifjilidav of Aip/u-^l, A.D., l'.ii)7,  7\. M. WHITESIDE,  I'laiiitiii s Solicitor.  To  M. II. McMahou. Esq.,  and  The Defendant.  ��"Xk~>**<k~.-:..-~:^^^  '������-������'���*���������.-���.���������-���- . ';��*��;<*:**:**-**'��;**w**>*:**j'M**->.:..:..>.>��:<*K**.*'.',>**^^^^^  1  .:.*t��  tj.  .*'.;.  ���*;.-  fi  XX  it  .*..���.  The district smelter treatment  for the month of July was over  150,000 tons.  The district smelter treatment,  for 1907, to date, is about 775,000  tons.  Prices of Metals  The prices of metals contiuue  very satisfactory, and with slight  fluctuations, hover around the  following:  Coppep... ;...:,; :     is cents  Silver.....,.:..... :.'....    69     "  Lead 7    *-.*���.  ftllNING STOCKS  c  The   following prices   are current for Boundary stocks:  Asked Bid  Granby Copper-,...,........'.,-.. 120 105  B.C. Copper............... S.00 7.50  Dominion Copper.-. ...5.50 4.75  Canadian Consolidated.,115 100  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land Division.   District  of Yale  "SEMI-BEADY" ADHERES'TO'  ONE PRICE.  /T*AK"E NOTICE that the Yale Columbia  ���*- IiuniherCo., Otil., i f Nelson, intend to apply for special .timber licences over tlie follow-  injr describod lands:��� -  No. 171. CoiiitiH-ucin, at a post planted on the  south Side of Coiil.-je Creek, about three miles  west from Hie west I'orl,- of r- ain Kettle river  mid at the Juctioii of the North and West Forks  of (.'nnlde Creek and niarKed ������Y.f'.L.Co's S W.  Cf>rner Posr*and ruiiniuir norlh lt.0 cli:tius;  thence east 40 i-tiaius;tlieuce south 160 cliniiis;  thence west 40 chains tn point of commencement, and contaiuiiif/ 6-10 acres more or less.  Dated July 2fci!i, 1907.  No. I72J . Comniencititr at a post planted about  two chains north of lhe S.'-V. coiner post of location No. l,and riiunii*,^ soulh -10 chains, thence  west. 11,0 chains, tliem-e north -10 chains, thenco  east 160 chains to point of commencement, and  liontaitiiu, 640acres niore or less.  -.Dated July 26tli, 1907.  No. 173. Comnieiiciiiif at a post planted of, the  west side of Dnre Creole about one and a half  miles front Main Kettle River and marked "li-.  C.Li. Co.'s S.E. corner post." and ruiiuinjr west  40 chains, thence north 100 chains, thence east  40 chains, thence south'160 chains to point of  commencenien, and coiitniuinu; 640 acres more  or less. . ,   :  Dated A ueiist 1st, 1907.  No. 174. Commencino-at a post planted at the  northwest corner of No. .notation and marked  "V.CTv.Co.'s S.E. corner post"' and riiiVniit��r  west SO chains, thence north SO chains, thence  e.ist SO chains, thence south SO chains to point  of 'commencement, and conlaiuine; 640 acres  more or less. :, . ���  Dated August 2nd, 1907.:  The.Yale CoLUMnrA TvUMHf.k Co.. T/rrj-  John Keeney, A|,'eiit  ?.'��  .'.-$���  Y '.  II  'f.s.  II  y.l  n  ??  _*:���  ���- f__ r n wt.ii.  A.-7 ���'Ui.iimrtw>'xri>K~��.'ncuMVXUa  MSW 3  8gnSxi&_!  LTD.  New Westminister. B. C.  **.**.**^ ���.**.*  ���j'>K'*W'.**'W*:*'X-*:**>*>w*x*<x**:**:**x��:-*x**'��-��>:*  ri 1 r I  AT  KEREMEOS, B. C*  "���*"_  R_T  To work on   big irrigating  ditch. ��� ��� -.,: ..  -m&  -��>X  i-vv��>  r-��J  |-����  B  !"^_P  B  B  f  m  For Business Men :  Letterheads,  Envelopes! ��  Billheads, *  Statements, ,'.*�����  Receipt Forms,  Business Cards,  Posters.  Dodgers,  Shipping Tags,  B'or Rent Cards,  Por S'lle    ards,  Blotters,   Etc.  Society Printing :  Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for Balls, Etc.  Dance Programs,  on cert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  Private   ailing Cards,  Lodge Printing,  Church Printing,  Score Cards,  Fine Half Tone  Printing,  Note Paper.  THERE SUITS SOLD AT THE EXACT  PRICE MARKED ON THEM.  One  Factor Mhich  Has  Established  "Semi -Ready" in the First Place With  the People of the West.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  w  LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS  We have  the  uecessary machinery  for doing this class of work, and can furnish you  with billheads ho matter what system you ar.c using.  Mining Co.'s Printing :  Prospectus,  Handsome Stock Certificates,  Legal Documents,  Notices of Meetings,  Special Receipt Forms,  Time Cards,  Mine Reports,  Shipping Reports,  Etc.  Colored Poster Printing:  We are equipped to turn  out the best color poster  printing in Southern  British Columbia.  Work done  in two or three  .) colors or  in combinations.  NEATNESS AND PROMPTNESS  and the quality of stock used are the main factors that have built us up the largest job  printing business enjoyed by any printing house in the Boundary country.  .dT*-  How the "Semi-Ready"Company has  built up an immense business in nine  years, a business far exceediag* in volume that of houses established fifty  years ago, is being told iu series of  articles in the Canadian Mag-.azine.  With several strong and new ideas as  -the-basis-of^tlieir-=systenipihe~"Sem--^  ready Company established themselves  in the confidence of the people when  they placed on each garment th<_t  g-uarntee lable and lhe aclual selling  price���the price at which the garment  must be sold, no matter what part of  the country the goods are sold   in.  Their famous'-IJluno," serge suits  are sold iu Toronto at S20 and in Vancouver at $20, in .Victoria at S20���in  every city in Canada, in fact.  In the west, where the Dutchman's  one per cent, usually prevails in lhe  cheap clothing business, the Semi-  ready suits madeo,high.class worsteds,  tweeds and serges are sold at the same  close pi-ice-the one and only p*-ice. ���,.,..      ,.,    ,     .-  i�� ���       .        , ,, cultivation of the land in  each   vear  for tlm-  Knowing "Semi-ready so well iu the lyears.  ISast, people who   trarel   to  the   West      <2)   If the father for mother, if the fnth  always tiny it. aud this   fact   alone  as-   <.lt<',--a*"''''* "'."'. ii��im***t��i.i**i* resides  u,,.>u  suros a splendid trade to trie merchniu  fortunate enough to  secure the  Semi-  ready agency for any town or city.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.       '  "Optic" Mineral Claim, situate  in the Greenwood   Miuiup-   Division    of   Yale    District.  Where located:-In Skylark Camp.  TAKE NOTICE That I. Edmund T. Wick-  wire, Free Miner's Certificate No. 15 f.73"!,  for self and as fluent for James T.-Envin, Free  Miner's Certilicate No. I? 10127, intend, sixty  days from the datehereof. to apply lo the Min-  inc Pecortlcr for a Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtain intra Crown Grant  of our intercsthi the above claim.  And   further take  notice  that action, under  section 37, must he commenced  before the is-  uance of such certificate of improvements.  Tinted this Sth dav of July. 1"��7.    ,  44-51 "EDMUND T. WICKWIRE.  Bs^mumtmmsxmLwmBi  Synopsis of Canadian, North-west  Homestead Regulations ;��  ANT even   numbered   section  of   Dominion j g  Tvandsin   Manitoba.  Saskatchewan   and ] g  \ Iberln, exciuilinc; S ami _,,  nol   reserved, inav | w  )e homesteaded by any person who  is   the sole j b  lead of a family, or aiiv male over IS vear*. of j";  f 16.1  aire, to till* extent of i,uu.quarter  sectioi  acres, more or less.  Entry must be made personally  at  the loea  land ofiice for the district iu   whioh  tlie hind  situate.  ..The homesteader is required   to  ni'iforni  conditions coiiuecled   therewith   under  one o  the followiuir |ilans:  ll)   A l least siv nionllis* resideni.-e  ui.on   and  u,e j | Whes Yob Nee-d a Specialist, CocscJi Oned  Wide Eacperkiac��.  $25.00 REWARD  The Corporation of tlie City of Greenwood will pay a reward of'S2r>.00 for in-  forni.-Hion that will lead tn tin* eonvie-  tion of any ,-portion or persons tampering- with any of the intakf.s to resei  voire of the city waterworks eyntMii.  G.*B. TAYLOR, Q. M. C.  farm iu Die vicinity of ih,* land <-ntet",i f-,r. the  requireuietits as to re<.ii!ence inav t*e -.Tti^t,,--  by such person r.**-i<!iny wilh tin* father ,.  inollier.  (3     If thesenler lias his tiermatieni reiidem-  upon faruiiii, l.-iml owned  by him in the vic'n  ity of   his  homestead, the   requirements  as   t-  residence  may   he. sails tied   try resilience upon  the said laud.  Six months' notice in writinu should he uiveto lhe Commissi.tiier of Dotniiiioii r_im1s :��'  Ottawa of intention to apply for p.ilent.  W. W.COKT,     "  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  *K.��R.���-Tlnatitlioriveil pubiiration of ihik ad  ert isement will not hi; paid  for. 7-2-5''  ^^-i,"^*^  OUR GUA3LA.NTS_t:  NO PAY UNLESS CUBBD  0<>0-CX><><>0-CK><>0000<>00<X3^0<><>00  |R AIL W A Y  Cheap Rates From all points  in Ontario 4'Maritime  Provinces  ���ON'SALE DAILY  Sept/1st to October-31st  Unexcelled   Service, Fast Time,  Through   Sleepers   and . Tom ist  Cars.        Two   Transcontinental  Trains daily in each direction.  Toronror"Cuelp-i.   Gait, Owen  Sound. London.Windsor. Detroit  To Greenwood  $39.45      '  M-'i t eal, S-1G 10, Ottawa. S44 S5  ���"'���I'iiax.S."^*).. Rales to other  O itario points and Maritime Pro  '���"j;. vnicest-*noted  on   application  to  i   Local Afrent, or  }  J. MOE, K.-j.--COYLE,  A.G.I'.A.V'ancomer I).i'.A.Nelson  S.   .���*>.    REOPATH,   ACBNT  GREENWOOD, 0  <><H>000<KX>^j^^^<KX>0<><XVOO<XX><>0  THE  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. 15, 1906)  ts a dozen books in one, coveritif*: ilie  ti istoryr'G'eOgrapliy���^  istry, Mineralog-y Metallurgy, Termiti-  Jlotry, Uses, Statistics and Pittances of  Copper. It is a practical book, um-IuI  call and necessary to most men on-  ,ra>*;i.(l in any hratich of the Copper  Iiidtietry.  Its facts will pass mtislor with tht  -rained scientists, and its language is  ���asily understood by the everyday man.  ll {fives the plain facts in plain Eu(,r  !ish without f<*ar or favor. .,  Its lists and describes 4026 Copper  Mints and Companies in all parts of  *hi* world, descriptions rtiuniiiir from  two lines lo sixteen pa^cs, according  'o 'importaiici! of the property.  The Copper Handbook is conceded to  ii'S  MD REFERENCE  W�� era jt_t mv compleUnx �����. tmmt-  tictb yen- a* ���!��<___*��� ia n��*_'�� jwuo.  During iimm j-c^ra of ci��m. Amplication ito  a m'ncU _m�� ot nilmenU wt h_���� anew-  aUJ ��cd p��rf*ct��^- Om od*x scientific noA  certain maLbo<U by vlvicfa \h*.m fomrtun Ar*  cure**. If ��a acc&f. ytmM caa�� for trcct-  ment, a oar* br. hmt ��� au__r mf a nuemaUa  W�� ruttranU* ererj m��a ��. Ufaloay  euro for VArlooee!*. Hydi*oe*Io. Urctb-  raj Obtti-uotlon,. Blood and Skin DIs-  M_o��, ProiUiU* Trouble*. Plica. FU-  tula, Lou at Vlul rower. Kidney,  '���ladder and Sp��triaJ DUtaj����. Wo  sspocl_lly otTer our servloea to tboEo  who _r�� -UBietad wtt_ weafcnou aa e  Jr result or th&lr own foUlxsa or nctiMi.  T2  **; " Our methods are up-to-date, and  {f are endorsed br the highest medical  *Jv authorltlos of Kurope nnd America,  j1   Honea our success In tha treatment of  I  '���f  i  v^  Government Street,  Phone 29  Greenwood, B. C.  It pays to Adver-!J  tise in tlie B.  Times  The Boundary's Pay-roll in  industrial concerns alone, today  totals A Quarter of a Miilion  Dollars monthly.  This a district of 10,(100 people   & '��� p  at  most,   means  S300  per year  for every man, woman ami child  in the district.  And  the pay-roll is growing-.  ; Ej   Ken's DIsc&sea.   Remember, our upe-  ; f(-j  clalty Is limited, to tho dlaaases of MZ_  and US*f only.  Wo eoTor the entire fl. Id ef nei-rous,    \  lronlo, dee��-*eaU- aad ����sapUeat*d    s  eh  g   r';i  dUeas��s  I i M  I   jj-J CONSDLTATIOltf r*f__E.  ��: ra  If you cannot caI), wriu foe Snoptom Blank.  MAny __c�� e��s be cured at in' i  rupoadasoa coa_iea__.  AUc  jwaaaaaaasKssss^wssst^^ssesssg^  SCOTT  MEDICAL COMPANY  I03 ttmtUm St, Cor. Fire* A**��,  SEATTLE, *rTASBL  I  The Mining Man needs the book fur  'hi* facts it nivcs hiin al.'i*' mini--,  miitiiig- and the metal.  The luve.->lor needs the lm* ������ fur the  fact*, it gives him about mining, mining investments ami copm-r st.itistir.s.  Uniiilrt-d of swindling companies are  exposed in Jibuti Kntili-h.  Price is S5 in Hnckram wilh gilt ti-i>:  57.50 in full .library innrocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be return. .1  within a week of receipt if not tound  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publish, r.  ���"53 Post office 1'Ui.K-k. Hutuhton,  i-  Michigan.  You can double  your Business by  advertising in The  Boundary Creek  Times    :    :    :   :D ag-s*-M"-*"8i^^  nm.  c*  mss  THE   BOWHBARY. CREEK TIMES.  Dr. Mathison,  dentist,  block.  Naden-Flood  Dr. Mathison, dentist, is out of  town until October.  Wm. McBride, farmer aud hotel keeper at McBride was in town  during the week.  Have you tried Herbag-eum for  your poultry? Sold by the Russell-Law-Caul field Co.,   Ltd.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings.  Ed. McCutcheon left on Monday last for the east to resume  his studies.  Duncan Ross, M.P., is making  an excursion into the western part  cf his broad constituency.  Mr. H. P. Robinson, of Sussex,  New Brunswick, was an Imperial guest'this week.  All the stages between Greenwood aud Midway arc running*  heavily loaded these days.  We are sole agent for Morrel's  "Iowa's Pride" meats The Russell-Law-Caul field Co., Ltd.  T. T. Henderson, one of the  promoters of Wallace Mountain  Mining Co., is in Greenwood for  a few days.  Consider the fact that in placing your grocery order with us  you get the best selection from  the largest assortment and freshest stock in the city. The Russell-Law-Caul field Co., Ltd.  The funeral of the late Hecter  Calver took11 place from the Presbyterian Church on Wednesday  last.  The Ladies' Guild of St. Judes'  Church meet this afternoon at  3 for the election of officers.  Miss Ward and Miss Goddard  returned on Saturday evening  last from a very pleasant week's  ounting.  Dr. McLean, of Phoenix, was  in Greenwotd on Tuesday last  assisting local surgeos in a very  delicate surgical case. *  James C. Dale is down from  Carmi full of hope for the big  things that seem imminent for  the West Fork.  the easly affection and on Tuesday last Miss Fausset arrived at  the Imperial Hotel after a quick  trip of eleven (lavs from Liverpool.  Here she was met by Mr. Sid-  ley who has remained single  through all the years, and Thursday afternoon they were married  at St. Jude's Church by Rev. J.  Leech-Porter.  A number of the groom's immediate friends were present and  Mr. J. T. Beat-He, of the Bank of  Commerce gave the bride into  Mr. = Sidley's keeping.  After the marriage service an  informal reception was held at  the home of Mr. & Mrs. N. F.  Kendall.  In the evening a number of  friends sat at dinner with the  happy couple at the Imperial.  The Greenwood City Band discoursed sweet music from, the  hold rotunda during the festive  proceedings  Mr. and Mrs, Sidley will make  their hutne at Si'dley whose surroundings challenge the entire  west for natural beauty  A PAIR OF VASES FREE  at  Geo. W. Rumberger with multiplied interests in Phoenix, Regina and Cobalt was breathing-  Greenwood ozone this week. He  looks healthy and prosperous.  -S_^S�� :M^&M��MW^^^tM^W  i   -.: ���  ���*,s  Always Ask for  t-v * ���  i  (���������A  8  m  m  m  ���7J3  Albert Young was over from  Rossland this week. "Red" has  grown stout since he climbed to  the higher levels.  "You can get the choicest assortment of Wall Paper at Coles'  Bookstore. Prices range from  15c to $1.00. A large variety to  choose from.  Last Sunday witnessed.. Quite a  slaughtering of feathered game  one Greenwood Nimrod, bagging  19 grouse. He must have had  them tied up waiting for the day  judging from the meagre returns  of some other hunters.  John R. Jackson, of Midway,  is a frequent visitor these days.  He brings the product of his  profitable ranch to the Greenwood mint.  erson  Each 50c purchase entitles you to one chance  on the beautiful Pair of Vases  ���in our window.  Get coupons at time of Purchase  st-'w^Vvi.  Fred. A. Estey, of   the Yale  Columbia's   string  of   Kootenay |;  industries,   was in   town   during  the week,  going as   far west   as  Bull Creek on the West Pork.  A BEAUTIFUL ORCHARD  Henry Lee's orchard at Midway is at present a beautiful  sight with apple and plum trees  so heavily laden with their richly colored fruit as to necessitate  supporting the limbs in many la-  stances. The orchard is a model of cleanliness and order and  reflects great credit on its owner.  A bbnutifi.il supply of water for  irrigation purposes is provided  by a water wheel in Boundary  Creek.  When placing your  next order for  090  oce  A SOCIAL EVENT  ���  IMPORTERS  GBEENWCOD  mmtmmmmmmmm  Mr. . Bowman, head of the  milling concern that has taken  over the Yale-Columbia'sproperty  in British Columbia was registered at the Imperial early in  the week. ���>  000<>CK>OOOOCK"HX>C?0<>0<>000<^  V.  c  _____  J��2iS3 ArtSqua res  V  c  c  c  0  c  c  6  c  0  0  0  0  o  0  s  gs.  W  ocoa Mats  Q  5ofa Cushions  JUST ARRIVED, NEW AND FRESH  J  5 /I  Mr. H. Bunting has purchased  the retail lumber business of the  Yale-Columbia Co.,and will hereafter conduct it along the lines of  his predecessors.  Ar_Jg._.___-I__.r-Q._:-_a_1-t��� S_u__ aud  other things attendant to a successful outing, Messrs. Birnie,  Fair and Stevens are working  out their holiday ideain the vicinity of Bull Lake on the West  Fork.  We receive weekly shipments  of fresh Alberta butter put up  specially for family trade in 14  lb. boxes. The Russell-Law-  Caulfiield Co.  o o *--'o o o o o-o o o o  JOOOOOOOOOOOOOC 0000000<K>0000000<><><><>000()0<)  NOTICE  AT THE CHURCHES  September 1st, 1907  Notice   is  hereby  inven  that tlie Retail Lumber Bus-  i  Wanted���Office man wants  board and room with private family in Greenwood or Anaconda.  State terms, etc. Address Times  office Greenwood.  From IS7.7 to 1907 is the span  of half a life or more, and from  Belfast, Ireland to Greenwood is  the stretch of half a world-wide  Empire. But neither time nor  distance may sometimes quench  the fires of love, and a tender  romance at the earlier time, and  place, had its happy sequel at  the latter on Thursday last when  Mr. R. G. Sidley one of the dis  trict's foremost citizens was united  in marriage with Miss N. W.  Fausset of Belfast. Thirty years  ago the newly-wedded pair were  lovers in the Emerald Isle. Separated by an adverse fate, the  ardent Irish lover sought for-  i une in the west and came to  British Columbia, where he has  amassed considerable wealth in  that new thriving section named  after him. The three decades'of  years have not   sufficed   to   kill  don't  forget  that we carry the largest and most complete stock in the city. ���  GIVE  US  A   TRIAL  Our goods are always fresh, and we guarantee  satisfaction.  Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd.  "The Big. Store"  tt ���fr 4' * 4- * .-4- 4- 4*- 4* -*������ 4** ���$- 4r 4"%c"k *"&"%>$"*�� ���k+'kii  Bigger and Bette.  Than Ever,  The finest appointed  dining room in the city.  Large roomy Lunch  counter.  All the delicacies such as  Ice Cream, Strawberries and  Cream, etc. has now taken  their place upon the bill of  fare.','--  **  *4��  4��  4��  \4��  4-  -*��  4-  ���*������*,  exit  5 Roomed Flat and Bathroom  6 Roomed House  8 Roomed House  3 Roomed Cottage  Cabins and Rooms in all parts of the city.  ef.  *  I  m>'>s   oarru-ti  on  \77nil iiiliicrto by  /.ihimbia Lumber Co.. Ltd.,  Anglican���St.  Jude's.     Rev.  John  >ei* IjIIS-���; Leech-Porter,  B. D., pastor.    Services  ill    ( ireeil- ! at 8 a. m., 10:45 a. tn. and 7:30  p. m j  the    Yale- ' Sunday   school, 12   p. in.      All     seats  free  lias been purchased  Ii. Buntin'jr.  bv   Mr.  accounts  Com-panv  due   to  the  ihotild    be  Colun  liia Lumbei  _'vi:  ai:>ove  paid i'oi'tlnvitli   at the   Vale-  r Co's. office  >e pleased  niers for  .V'll    I'Oll-  the same  Pkesuvtekian���Services will be con  ducted morning- and evening, 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M.'D. McKee, Pastor.  v.- i I  ail  r. Bunting  to   attend   to  Lumber, et*,-.. ap.il  <;iu:L the biiMness on  lines :x in  Yaie-Coinmi>Ki  Co.. LU  the past.  Lu  m her  Subscribe For Tbe Times, $20  Mr. ]0. W. Bishop has removed  his plumbing establishment farther north on Copper Street, oc-  cuping the premises recently vacated by Hunter.  Mkth'iiust Rev. F. J. Rutherford,  B.A., will ronduct seivi:es as usual at  Methndiht Church morning and evening-  Catholic.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st. third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. nt.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Rev, J. A. Bedard, O. M. I.,  pastor.  Account of the Victoria Exhibition, Victoria, B.C., Sept. 24th  to 28th, the C.P.R. will make the  following reduced round trip rate  from Greenwood, $21.S5. Tickets  on sale 20th to 24th and good to  return Oct. 3rd. For the Provincial Exhibition, New Westminster, October 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, round  trip rate from Greenweod, $19.35.  Tickets on sale Sept. 27th to Oct.  2_d, good to return Oct. 10th.  These are nice cheap rates to the  coast, round trip ticket at less  than single fare. Call on local  agent for particulars. 2t  ��____ES2bE3?2_S*_EE��  ����__,et me tell you���  Something about Pabst.  For over sixty years Pabst has been brewing  quality beer.  "Quality produces quality.  "The best materials, the best workmen and the  best methods���these make the best beer.  "It is the quality of the malt, the quality of  the hops, the quality of the Pabst methods  that make  ~ " st-  Blue Ribbon  The Beer ot Quality  ' There Is a reason for this Pabst quality. h  'Forfour generations the constant aim and purpose of FaDST: "�����  to brew quality beer. ., .������ ��,���������,���_ small���  the final results have been considered���the penecuo*.  Order a case of Pabst Blue Ribbon tod.y and ��tw!^^havine.  quality in beer, like jjuatity in everything else, is wor  de  by  Pabst  at Milwauk.  Greenwood Liquor, Co.,  Copper St.. Greenwood. B.  Phone  43.  Bealey Investment & Trust Go., Ltd.  Opposite Post Office.  '_t-*$*'-*$--*$��*'$'**��*-v  BURNS & CO., Ltd.!  DEALERS IN  a;  ��  0  -0  '�����  ���*!  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  t  Qeea00000��000a00000��000a000aa000o-\^A����0000a0000tt000000'l  ~W~* -*e*^rnf~n* em *��-jt* ������ ��-v x����������������* *r+* #%r-  ���Fisb and. Poultry^-*  (^f^W^m  Queen's Hotel  The only Temperance House in town.  The best meals that can be provided in  this  market,  and   cooked   under   the  supervision of the Proprietress who is  favorite carteres.  Sunday lamily Dinners a specialty.  Rooms Newly Remodlled.  '   i ,   v- $--��� --*-c:.-":.':���-*- iv -j&Ss^'^"</^   T:      "*f  Removal Notice.  Tlie Star Bakery  We  have removed to Copper Street,  next door to Holmes & Kennedy.  A Full Line of Groceries Always In  Stock.  F. JAYNES,   .   Proprietor  I ilifl ii  Wanted at Once  At FKRNIE, B.C., for the Crow'sNetj  Southern Railway Extension.  HIGHEST WAGES PAID  Teamsters* Scraper Holders and Staj  ion Men* I  Wee Transportation will be furnlslied by|  appl>*lnir to  A. GUTHRIE & CO.,  FERNIK, H.C  C. S. BAKE  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  AND  Ore Shippers Agent.  Samples receive prompt attention.  P. O. Box 123 GREENWOOD


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