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 wm  '>.:������ i-vV;'-'S-,'>'*YAv;  VOL. 12  GR��EN;WQOD,: B, ���.,   FRIDAY, MARCH 20   1908  ���OCkOO-C>��<>��0-0<>0-0<>00<>00-00-00<><>-00<><>0^ (  OLD-ESTABLISHED AND RELIABLE  ���.    ... .-.i* /-,-..' ���* ,. :   Gpenwood's Big Furniture Store  Goods  G.R. NADEN AT  CITY COUNCIL  Tells Story of Municipal Clauses Act Amendments���Not  Opposing Tunnel Scheme--  Council's Heavy Session  We carry taerearthingf in Linoleums,Carpets and  Rugs���goods that Will' wear well and give good  satisfaction. Our stock is complete now and we  can suit youyvbether you want to furnish a shack  or a mansion.  Hew tapestry gurtain$  !  %0��0ipy & Co.  HOUSE FURNISHERS  y['j':^Yfb^mUyY'y'  Greenwood, B.C.  i 0<><K><>0-C-<>0<>0<KX>000<>0��>0<JOO^  'fcS-w*.-**--*:.  i  I  JUST TO HAND.  Everything   the yery latest in Ladies' and  - Children's "White Muslin Underwear.  Gowns,     Drawers,  Skirts,      HKbemise,  Wests,     Corset Covers    "        '      ������������  ���   n'H    ���������,-���-    ij-|-"nt* i'    ���lwatf~TVWr-^S^~^=="^~,**a~=^~=~r~f*TTm-^���^T~^^a*���    *  Call and inspect our New Goods for  Spring 1908  Dry Goods.  Millinery  *3g*Jheirworks  know them*  ��� BtsittJ  ���4.AWS-  .On the merit of their performances alone are  we willing to haye them Judged. Simplicity of  construction, combined with a skill in manufacture, which is the inheritance of generations, make  Jl  ���Mt-^vjjj'm  ���good time keepers and  consequently comfortable watches to carry.  Their efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables  the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of  charge by the nearest agent in any part bf the world. They  are not made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.  A. JLoaran &  Co  9  G. R. Naden, M.P.P.. was present at Monday evening's meeting  of the City Council and though  hp left early and could not . be  hrld responsible for lhe protracted character of the meeting  which adjourned at. 11.30,he gave  some information about th ^'.rejection of the Amendment to the  Municipal Clauses Act requested  by the City.  The City's request had come in  after the committee has- finished  its work, and the member for  Greenwood had the chairman call  a special meeting of the Committe at which the members unanimously acceded to the request +o  add the word "tunnel" to the  Act. When the matter came up  in the House, the opposition that  had developed was a perfect surprise to Mr. Naden.  "The Attorney-general," said  Mr. Naden, "opposed giving municipalities the power to bonus a  mining scheme. There were seven Conservative membersPn the  Municipal Committee and.all had  voted against it on the floor" of  the House. The chairman, who  been instructed by the committee  to introduce the amendment went  into the lobby and did not vote."  - -Mr. NadenuiObjected strongly,  to the opposition and did not see  why this privilege conld not be  granted to Greenwood when it  was given generously to -others.  Afterwards, Mr. Naden had  gone twice to see the Attorney-  general and then to seethe Premier. The Premier had advised  that we should pass the By-law,  get the consent of all the bondholders and next session get a  Private Bill put through validating the by-law."  It was remarked that the City  Debentures were payable to bearer and that sometimes the coupons were not called for for nearly  a year after interest was due. It  would be very, difficult to find the  bondholders.  Mr. Naden pointed out that the  City had not come more than half  wav up to the limit of its borrowing powers and that while he had  expressed no opinion of tbe tunnel  scheme, if the citizens of Greenwood wished to go into this  scheme he did not see why they  shouldn't be allowed to do so.  "I am opposed to- municipalites  bonusing but if one municipality  can bonus, another must."  It was suggested that Mr.Nad-  en had been reported as opposing  the scheme itself, "I didn't know  anything about the details of the  scheme. And if I had been opposed to it, that would not have  affected my actions in getting the  amendment made, But I don't  want to be understood as opposing this tunnel scheme. I hav e  not aaid one word in opposition  to this tunnel scheme."  The City Solicitor on being  asked his opinion stated that he  thought it would be absurd for  the city to pass a oy-law on such  a basis. It would" be of no value  at all until validated. They could  neither assess nor tax property  under it.  The Fire Chief's report and request for supplies also occasioned  considerable discussion.    It -em-  No. 28  bodied beside a list of necessary  supplies a recommendation for  further protection against disaster in the school and in the Auditorium. It was stated that the  trustees would take up the school  matter immediately and after tbe  approval of Alderman Mortimer  was given, Aid. Fleming and Gul,  ley carried a motion requesting  the Auditorium authorities to provide an additional exit on the  ground floor leading direct to the  street, Tbe mauaigeinent of 4he  Auditorium will also be requested  to'furnish two permanent passes  to the Fire Brigade provided the  men deputed wear their badges  and appear on duty.- The remainder of the request was referred to  Fire and Light Committee and  will be considered in the estimates. ��� '���'������'������,���'".���  The contention of the Columbia and Western Railway that  theie right of way and* all property bought as right of way was  unassessable and untaxable bv  the city again required) the services of the city Solicitor. Municipalities incorporatedvaf ter Feb.  11, 1895 do not appear to have  power to tax railways.1 In 1906,  a change'with'a- view to giving  them this power was made in the  Municipal Clauses Act but not  made in. the Railway Assesemeat  Act.' The matter was not clear  aud the ouncil instruc-"ed the  clerk to ask Mr. Brpwu, of the  C.P.R., on what basis he claimed  exemption.  The request of D. . Manchester  and the Sisters'Hospital for decrease of water rates were laid  over.  "' "The" following- accounts  were  ordered paid :  Greenwood City Waterworks Co- ...$133 25  Bouudary Creek Times    13.50  S. Oliver....:.-... ....".   20.00  E. W- Bishop     56.74  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co       4.10  A. L. White,.       1.35  A. D. Hallett-      3.75  The Oddfellow's Smoker  Slab dab! Slab dab! was one of  the spirits prevalent at the LO.  O.F. smoker on Friday nights last.  And let it be understood that  there were' no "speerits" there  but everybody had a good time  and everybody seemed ready to  do his part, so there was no need  to grease the wheels with anything except good cheer aud good  feeling���the commodity which  according to chairman W. B.  Fleming, the affair was held to  produce lots of. The Orchestra  gave the sort ot music we are  growing accustomed to hear from  them, as the seller of Deckajulie  tea says���"only one kind���the  best." Mr. Hopkin's songs were  thoroughly appreciated and heartily applauded, as were the dutiful  responses of others too numerous  to mention, We only wonder, if  Fred B. Holmes, when in lodge  always retains that mild, modest,  bashful, blushing appearance  that marked his features when  the ch airman called on him for a  song. The refreshments were of  the same kind as the music, song-i  recitations and the people attending���the best.  PROTECTING  BOUNDARY FISH  Enthusiastic Meeting of pish  and Game Association-  Practical Measures Being  Taken to Preserve Sport  The anuual meeting of the Kettle Riy-jr Fish and Game Protectee Associatioh on Wednesday  night last showed that there was  considerable interest iu the protection of the fish of the district.  After the reading of the petitions  sent-to the Dominion and Provincial governments, Mr. Naden  stated that Commissioner Fulton  had promised to consider the requests of this district for a longer  close season, provided arrangements were made this year giving  his department charge of inland  fisheries.  ' G. R. Naden and O.F. Hawtrey  were elected members ofthe association.  The election of officers for the  ensuing year resulted as follows:  President���E- O. Boak.   *  Secy,-Tre?s.���DC. McRae.  It was decieed to create the office of Vice-president, and Mayor  Bunting was elected by acclamation to that position. It was desired to have the"' committee  representative. The committee  was elected as follows : J. Si. Birnie, E. G. Warren (Greenwood).  W. O. Wrie-ht (Rock Creek),  James Dale (Carmi)^C. L. Thomet (Midway).  In view of the fact that a Game  Act will likely be introduced ait  the next session of the Legislature Mr. Naden suggested that  any requests the Association had  to make should be sent in at an  early date, so as to be incorporated ia the bill,' if possible. He  also suggested as'i one means of  protecting game, the forbidding  of its sale, at least in some cases.  Deputy Game Warden Palmer  introduced-a discusibu of the fish  ladders at Granite and at Boundary Falls. The stocking of the  headwaters of Boundary Creek  was also discussed.  Negotiations are at-preseut being carried on by Slocan cities to  have Mr. Taylor of the B.C. Biological station report on the stocking of certain waters there, notably Slocan Lake. The secretary  was instructed to wire Duncan  Ross, M.P., asking that this official be sent here that he might  report on the measures th��t could  be taken here to protect the supply of fish in Boundary Creek and  Long Lak<-:. Mr. Taylor could  also be consulted on matters generally.  During the past year subscriptions amounting to $1S2 were received by the Association. A  statement of the expenditure was  submitted as follows:  The Ledge  5.25  T. S. Palmer 12.00  G. H. Cropley '..   1.75  F. Haussener  200  McRae Bros     70  Jno. L. Coles 30  F. C. Buckless     1.50  J. S. Birnie    2.00  Funeral of Mrs. Morrison'  LIBERALS ELECT  THEIR DELEGATES  CARD OF THANKS  Boundary Valley Lodge, No.  38, I.O.O.F., wish to thank the  Greenwood Orchestra and all  friends who helped to make their  Smoker such a success last Friday evening.  The funeral of the late Mrs.  Morrison was attended by verj  many friends of the deceased.  After the celebration of mass in  the church of the Sacred Heart by  Father Bedard, the interment took  place at the Greenwood cemetery.  The pall-bearers were W. B.  Fleming, C. J. McArthur, Thomas Walsh, Sydney Oliver, John  O'Brien and Hugh McKee.  To the Vernon Convention���  Naden Addresses the Association���Work of Greenwood's Members  If You Wish  .   to Buy  The largest attendance that  tbe Liberal Association In Greenwood has ever had, except when  right in the midst of an election  marked the meeting iu the Ren-.  dell Block last night. After the  reading of the minutes aud the  reply of Duncan Ross, M.P., to  the resolution of appreciation forwarded to him, G. R. Naden,  member for Greenwood, addressed the Association. In the past  session, there was no possible  doubt of the fact that the Liberals at Victoria had had much the  best of the argument. The speaker then outlined at some length  the energetic measures he had  taken to have proper ,. attention  given the request of Greenwood  for its amendment to the Municipal Clauses Act. He sketched  the course of the Natal Act from  the time when it was first stolen  by the Attorney-general from one  one of the other ��� members from  Vancouver uutil today when Hon.  W, J. Bowser if he ran today in  Victoria would certainly be defeated owing mainly to the revelations recently made by Duncan  Ross. The Liberal party at Victoria had voted for the Act knowing it was invalid as against the  Japanese withywhom the J)ojrni|i-  ion government were- competent  to deal but hoping that it might  do something to stop ..any influx  of Hindus uutil this question was  settled otherwise.. The Liberal  party at Victoria had been able  tb check a good dealof pernicious  legislation.  To one piece of legislation however, he wished particularly to  refer. A bill hod been introduced and forced through the" House  amending the Railway Assessment Act, 1907, bv giving the  Lieutenant-Governor iu Council  the power to grT-int any railway  which 'may be completed after  the first of January, 1908. an exemption from assessment and taxation. . The objection was that  it was getting to be government  by cabinet instead of government  of the people by the people for  the people-  The next business before the  meeting was'the election, of di-lfc-  iates to the nominating convention of the Yale-Cariboo Liberal  Associatim to be held in the  Opera House, Vernon, on tht; L4th  of April, at 2 p.m.. O.ie delegate  is allowed for every fifty votes or  *i traction of-fifty in any polling  division, thus giving tbe Greenwood Association eleven delegates  The following are the delegates elected :  The President, G. R. Naden,  Dr. Simmons. A. D. Hallett. Dr.  Mathison, E. H Mortimer, C J  Wilson.'K McKenzie,S P- Dixon.  H- Bunting and J. D, Spence  Fattier Hartman Bereaved  The many friends of Rev. Father Hartman whose faithful ministrations from end to cud of this  oarish have made him many  de-  i  voted admirers, will be grieved  to learn of a recent bereavement  which has taken away his brot  her, also a priest, stationed at  j Kenora.    By   those   who   know  Wire us for Quotations  Our facilities for buying-  Dominion, B.C., or  Granby Stocks  on the curb in New York  or Boston a reur equalled  Even our competitors  adknowledg-e that we  can buy these stocks  cheaper than they.  Why ? Because our  Eastern connections are  of the very best.  The stock business is  a sideline with "us consequently we can afford'  to handle your business  on a very small margin.  Give us your limit and  we will fill your order at  ���a lower figure if possible  We will wire yow the  New York opening quotations daily, if desired.  j   !    McDERMID&  McHARDY,  NELSON,       >       B.C.  Father Hartman,  the  following  account of the obsequies   of   his.  brother will be appreciated : -.-���'  _^ ,Tbe j^mainsjD�����,Jhe_ late ,Re v^,.  Father HartmariiO.M.L, who for  some time has been parish priest  at K enora, and who died 'aiter  a  short   illness, on   Sunday    last,  were brought to the city   yesterday  and   immediately   conveyed  from   the   train   to. St.   Mary's  church.    This   morning   solemn  requiem mass was celebrated atrd  the service was one of the   most  solemn and impressive ever  held,  at St. Mary's.    The celebrant of*  the mass was Rev.   Father Guil-  berfe, O.M.I.,   with   deacon   and  sub-deacon, and   his    grace   tbe  Archbishop of   St. Boniface g-ave  the final   blessing. " Besides   his  grace a large number of the repu-  lar and secular clergy of the diocese, including the vicar-general,  Monsignor Dugas, occupied seats  in the   sanctuary.    The   bedy of  the church was filled with a most  representative gathering of   people, especially noticeable being a���'  very large proportion of the   officers and members   of    Winnipeg  council of the Knights of Columbus,   the   late   Father  Hartman  haviug been a valued member of  Du'uth   council.    The   beautiful  music of   the   requium m-"�����** was  most impressively   sung   ami   at  the close of the service whi'st the  people were viewing the r-.iinins  the Knights   of   Columbus quartette gave an affecting   rendition  of some of the stirring and appealing hymns of the ordnr.    The remains were taken to St.   Charles  where they will remain in a crypt   .  until the arrival of a  brother   of  the deceased from British Columbia and the interment  will    then  take place.  Rev. Dr. Drummond, who was  present at the ceremony witb a  large number of clergy and faithful, said to a Winnipeg Free  Press reporter that Father Hartman was a man of more than,ordinary accomplishments in both ,  an-intellectual and spiritual sense.  He died from inflammatory rheumatism.  !y;M&i  'Y?*Y$$T  Wig  Y%  \'.r.  ���������ji'  Y:%  "���-;'5-l.|  Ywi  ���rha  YM  .'-_  ������'��� Y-mm  YrYM  .-������-��� '..Vj:s.-;-?,". I  ������.Yi;M  ���Y&!';S$  tY^yyy.  j^y^-wit'--  Y$$YY  "y5��  ���-'��� :;'"!#y  '.���7'iBSli  '���������'���' ,,','"*'*ffl  ���--���.���'y^if  .-*-.-?���(���'-! y]  .���;' '������.-'^ "lYM  .  ���-������YyyYM  rfji  .'���������yyyi  ������'���.-yyziYjs  ., -'y^.'i-.if  . Y--YH pyy  -I "' *- ':  '''Yyr-t&tiy  ���p!My��$&yy ������>���,.  ������.nttomHbUv^+JMai^yaiafm^  . yi'fiy.i'..  ������Sjfr  '^���ffii  ^:t('5v',��*.tty;f.*;>--r*.'  ?>'#'*$���:--'  '."i.;yVJ  THE  BOUNDARY  GREEK  TIMES  G  CF"-*  I?"*  tr-*  ���J-***  ..Bank of Montreal,  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.  Rest $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $422,689.98  Hon. President:   Lokd Stbatbcona ahd Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.  President:   Sir Gkokoe A. Dkcmmond, K. C. M. G.  Vlce-Prec'dent and General Manager -.   E. S. CtouaxoR,  Branches in London, Eng. \ c^e?htftl��&\. \ New Sort, Chicago.  Buy ahd sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial as  TraTellere* Credits, available la auy partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  The CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$lO,00O,O00. Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  B. B.  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.  WALKER, Preildent. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  SAYINGS BANK~DEPARTMENT  BANKING BY MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of  the Bank. Accounts may be opened, and deposits made  or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid to  out-of-town accounts.  and that side the side of' Asi atic  coolie labor.   It should also Ve au  object   lessou   for   Mr. Chas. M.  Hays,   president of  the    Grand  Trunk Pacific   Railway,  who is  broad enough to   see   both sides  of  the  question.    His company  has secured the good-will of every  one in anyway etfgaged at clearing* the townsite of   Prince Rupert, and the way that   good-will  was secured can   be   secured  in  building his road across * British  Columbia, and in operating it after it is built.    More: If his company has secured the good-will of  the 200 to 300   men   who helped  clear 1,000 acres of land on. which  Prrnce Rupert will   be   built, bv  dealing fairly with them, is* not  tne good-will of the thousands of  men and women who will   build  Prince Rupert worth securing, if  it  can  be  secured   in the same  way ?   President Hays, it is  up  to you!  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Soucitok,  NoTAKY PTBUC.  Cable Address:      ���' Hauiti."  I Bedford M'Neill's  Cooks -( Morein-c A N��al'��  I Lelber's  QmaaawooD. B.O  BOUNDARV  VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.O.O.F.  Meets e��err Tnesday Evening at 800 In the  I. O. O. T. Hall.    A cordial ln��l taUon is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  F. SPEARING, S. E. BELT,  M   ft V. G.  FRED B. HOLMES. Hec. Sec.  Cb��  Boundary CreeR Times  Issued every f rldav  ���V THB  Boundary Creek Piintingand PnblisUng  CO., I.IMITED,  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pa* Ybak ���'. ~    J 00  Six Mosthb ���     1 25  To Vvaaian Coowtkibb 2 50  Edito*  A. D. Macfabi-anb  Bunion  FRIDAY. MARCH 20 1908  OBSERVATIONS.  "The Attorney-general is opposed to giving municipalities  the power to bonus a mining  scheme or anything relating to a  miniug scheme," said Mr. Naden  at the meeting of the Council last  Monday. It is difficult to see the  view-point of the Attorney-general. If a district, essentially a  mining country cannot bonus  anything relating to the mining  industry, its bonusing power is  to all practical purposes taken  away while the other sections of  the province have full and free  power to assist financiallv pretty  nearly every venture they may  wish to help.  Such a position on the part of  the Attorney-general means only  petty and unfair discrimination  against one large industry of the  Province and Dominion.  The little town of Camrose last  year spent $1,700 in advertising  the attractions and resources of  its district. That's a bee worth  keeping in our municipal bonnet.  History repeats itself. The  events of 1896 will come again,  but where ? Ninety-six has a  story of treachery, disunion and  obstruction on the part of Mr.  Foster and his seceeding members  and victory, overwhelming victory tor the Liberal party. Recent events portend a similiar  happening and the victors aire the  same parties. Mr. Foster is again  the discontented, selfish lieutenant and when Sir Wilfrid Laur-  ier's government goes to the country, there'll be victory, a famous  victory for him again. Sir Wilfrid lives in the hearts of tbe people more strongly than ever he  did.  The following from John Houston who is not usually disposed  to feel kindly to corporations and  whose differences with the G.T'P.  have beetl hurled far and wide  over the country in order to make  political capital by vaguely charging all sorts of things against  the Government, we give ��to  those who know the outspoken  Editor of the Empire for what it  is worth:  " The policy the Grand Trunk  Pacific Railway adopted in clearing the townsite of Prince Rupert  is one that company, if it is wise,  will continue to follow in British  Columbia. It let clearing contracts at a fair price to local contractors; the white contractors  had a free hand to employ the  best labor at a fair price, and  none of them attempted to employ  Asiatic coolie laborers. One contractor was a Japanese, and he  employed Japanese and lost money. The contractors purchased  the greater part of their Bupplies  from local business houses, and  by doing so doubled the sales of  the local houses. The men were  paid in checks on a local bank,  got their money and paid cash  for clothing and other necessaries  that they purchased locally. It  is estimated that of the $120,000  paid for clearing the 1,000 acres  that have been cleared, that $20,-  000 will go the contractors as pro  fits and re-imburse them for tools  and boardinghouse plant. Of the  $100,000 paid the men for wages,  one-third or $33,000 went for  board, which leaves $67,000 as the  net earnings of the men,a proportion of which waflispent in Prince  Rupert for clothing, etc., aud a  good share of the remainder will  be invested in town lots, once  lots in the townsite are offered  for sale. The clearing of the  townsite of Prince Rupert 19 an  object lesson for the managers of  corporations who can only see  one side of the labor question���  The provincial government is  taking time by the forelock at  last. In an Act to amend The  Highway Traffic Regulation Act,  it has the .following clause, which  under other circumstances would  be good legislation but which in  view of the appropriation not  made for roads in certain constituencies is amusing:  "8. It shall be unlawful for  any waggon,or vehicle carrying  a load of more than two thousand  pounds to be drawn or driven on  any public highway unless the  tires of such waggon or vehicle  shall be at least four inches in  width."  The wide tires are a good rig  but we want the roads first.  wick. : While it aptly says   that  "Today there.is not a man   outside of New Brunswick   who understands their politics and its is-  ues down there ; and if there are  ten men inside the   province who  do, that onlv goes to show what  a clever people, the New   Bruus-  wickers are," it explains that New  Brunswick has been free from the  party system for many   a   day.  There ate grits andtories in Federal politics ; but when it  comas  to provincial   affairs   they   have  escaped   --��� the   unclean   thing."  The result has   been that   uutil  this   last   cataclysm,   you could  never tell who had won the election by merely counting the votes  of the electors.    The Blair government would go to the polls aud  get beaten but that did not   prevent Mr.   Blair   from remaining  perpetual Premier.     He   would  make a few -'deals" with the new  men sent to the Legislature by��au  indignant people   to drive   him  from power and thus pluck the  rose of victory from out the thorn  bush of defeat."  1  In the light of it all, how flat  falls the vaunted avalanche down  by the sea, A new man has  caught the eye of the people who  look to the meu rather than to issues of which there are none iu provincial affairs. Iu Federal affairs  there are issues and New Brunswick will sing a song of Liberal  victory in the next election "as ot  yore.  G. Faulkner of the British Columbia Trust Corporation, Vancouver, is President of the Company and the Directors are all  well known and substantial business men of British Columbia.  THEY.  wrapping paper.    Mr. Sylvester] silver from the Consolidated Mining add smelting plaut at  Tra'l  brings the   shipments   of   silver  from  this  plant  for the past six  mouths to over one million ounces,  nearly half of this   has   gone to  the Canadian   mint   at   Ottawa.  All gold from this plant is now  shipped to the assay office at Seattle and from there to the various  branch mints of the United States  So soon as the Canadian   mint is  ready for gold, the Trail smelter  and refinery is able to supply it,  so tbat the output of the  Canadian mint will be almost entirely  from the Trail   plant.    Between  fifty and  sixty tons   of lead are  produced daily, mosf of which are  shipped to the Orient*  The Government at Ottawa is  again taking the statesmanlike  way of dealing with its problems.  W. L. Mackenzie King, Deputy  Minister of Labor is now conferring with the Imperial, Indian  and!Colonial offices in England regarding the exclusion of the'Hiu-  dus from this province. The intention of the Government is to  have all possible means taken to  prevent an influx of dark-skinned  laborers this summer. But the  Hindus are British subjects and  only the Imperial Government  has power to deal satisfactorily  with them.  Because British Columbia,Man-  itoba, Ontario and New Brunswick have Conservative governments, a section of the Conservative press would like very well to  persuade the people that this  works to the disadvantage of the  Laurier government. Not at all.  The passing of the Liberal party  into opposition in these provinces  has only given strength to the  administration at Ottawa. New  Brunswick, although it really  has not a party system in provincial affairs, has given Blair,  Tweedie, Emraerson and Pugsley  to the Federal government. Ontario recently gave the strongest  man in the Liberal ranks there,  ih the Hon. Geo. P. Graham. In  addition to this, let our Conservative friends remember th at in  1891 when Sir John Macdonald  was returned to power, every capital from Victoria to Charlotte-  town waa the seat of a Liberal  government.  Second i�� t k Preleirel sioct  OF TH***  British Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper Co  Ltd,, of Vancouver,  Now Open for Subscription  Why don't they keep the streets a little  cleaner ?  You ask with deep   annoyance   not  undue:  Why don't they keep the parks a little  greener ?  (Did you ever stop to think that 'they'  means you ?)  How lonff will they permit this graft  and stealing?  Why don't they see   the   courts are  -    clean and true?  Why will they wink at crooked public  dealing* ?  (Did you ever stop to think that'they'  means you ?)  Why   don't   they   stop this  miserable  child labor ?  And wake the S P.C.A. up a.  few ?  (While thus you gently knock your unknown neighbor,  Did you ever stop to think that 'they'  means you ?)  ���LiFB.  land aggregation���who thought  to fill the aching void left in Spokane by the disappearance of  Dutch Jake's Variety House have  returned home and now will vie  with the blasts in,making the  night hideous with their instruments.  Phoenix has still sixTnore babies, Poor Phoenix 1 Soon they  will set up opposition to Anton-  iellb's band.  SILVER SHIPMENTS  The shipments to Hong Kong  lasl week of   140,000   ounces   of  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.  The British Canadian Wood,  Pulp & Paper Co.. Ltd.. of Vancouver, are now offering for sub-  scriptionitheir second issue of 100,-  000 Prefereirce Shares iu blocks  of 100 at J'$l.00 per share, each  100 shares entitled to a bonus  of 15 shares of Preferred Stock.  The second issue is being sold at  the same price as the first with  the exception that the first 100,-  000 carried a bonus of 25 percent.  This stock is entitled to an annual dividend of i. per cent, commencing November 1st, 1908, but  unlimited as to further dividends,  i.e., after 7 percent has b**enpaid  upon the preferred and common  both stocks thereafter participate  equally. Payments for stock are  as follows:���10 per cent, on application, 15 per cent, on allotment,  balance in eight calls of 30 days  each.  Z The Company have purchased  a large tract of land on Howe  Sound, 25 miles from Vancouver  at the entrance of Rainy River,  upon which they have been granted the water rights and where  they are now rushing work on the  first unit of their plant. The entire plant when complete will  have a weekly capacity of 180  touB of newspaper and 270 tons of  The llest Cuisine between  Winnipeg and the Coast.  ��$*��� ���$�� ���$�� -fl" *f�� "fr *�� **f *f*  Elkhorn Beer  The Canadian Courier, a- weekly Lhat is not Liberal has in its  current issue, an interesting  sketch of. politics in   New Br uus-  Black  Watch  Slewing Tobacco  The big black plug.  2289  Hotel.. .  Ladysmith  Close to the Smelter.  The Best Appointed Work-  ingmen's Hotel in the City  Lighted    throughout   with  Electricity.    Hot and  Cold Baths.  The finest of Bars Stocked  with the Best Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  GREENWOOD, B,C.  OL-A LOFSTAD,        - Proprietor  Is unexcelled, as ia evidenced by its  its popularity in all the towas  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting*: on having  ELEHORN" BOTTLED BEER  TBL. IS5  1  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOO  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer-   ia   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  �� PHONE ��55. I  00000000000000000000000000  Antoniello's   band���the   Ross-  Antonio Ciddeo,the Italian arrested receutly at Salt Lake on  the charge of blowing up the  hotel at Niagara a year ago, is  said to have confessed to the deed  to compatriots now in the State  of Idaho who are willing to testify against him.  fl tW -tr-*;-  A Constant State of War.  To successfully combat the gerrim of disease and sickness, of  which the atmosphere is fu!], you need something more than  ordinary food.     A daily  cup of " BOVRJL" will give the  extra strength and vitality to enable you to successfully resist .'������  any attack.  Keep " BOVRIL" in the house.  r The Palace Livery Stable  The Ftoi  Tunis in  lie  Mom  Mill  DRAYING���Wc Can Move Anything  F. C.  BUCK LESS  PiRfOPRlETOR  ��"���,>:;. -.,  INBS0R  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with electric lights.  First-class Bar.   Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST CLASS CAFE/ OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  **  1  Ladies' Calling Cards,Holland L^nen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  *  4��  *  i ini ii nil  Electric current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee .of continuous rower  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save Yon Money  **  *  *��f "fr * + + + + + + + + 4>3+ + + tt + + + mlm}m\kmt.U  '4  "T  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  r  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  mtmwmt  J  tmninMU '- ������������"'���,'... ���"'��� .;'" ':   ;.'������ '^iF-'^V��� rk^-'?*^  THE   BOUNDARY  GREEK  TIMES  If    MINING   I  f ���*a0-*-*00����000000��'���� -��ft��e*��-**  Rumored changes iu the per-  [isoMel of the directorate of the  [Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company  [did not materialize at their an-  [nual meeting held in Toronto oh  [the llth inst. As elected for the  j current year the; officers of the  [company are : G. G-. S. E-indsey,  [president; Hon.  Robert Jaffray,.  I ��� ���       ���  ��� 1  [yicerpresident; Sir Henry Pellatt,  [secondvice-president; E.R. Wood,  [treasurer; Col. W. ' P. Clough  I (New York), H. B. McGiverin  1 (Ottawa), E. C. Whitney (Otta-  ,wa), Elias Rogers (Toronto),,  and Jay P. Graves (Spokane),  directors.  The report for 1907 gave net  profits for the year of $382,986 28,  an increase of $31,395 over 1906.  |( To this has been added $343,592.-  Ibalance at credit of profit and  loss brought forward from 1906,  and $324,420 representing pretn-  iums on* new stock, making a. total of $1,060,998.-7Q..* Prom this  amount four quarterly 2% per  .cent, dividends have taken $355,  178.98. $324,420 has been transferred to reserve, and $381,399.72  has4 been carried forward to credit  of profit and loss. The amouut  of coal mined in 1907 was 981,399  "tons, as against 806,801 tons in  1906, and the production of coke  ���was 231,368 tons, as against 213,-  29Sin 1906, Otherwise the st- ry  of the'year is the same as that of  the smelters. Fluctuating demand  for product, increased operating  expenses and generally unsettled  conditions made against large  profits.  The Ingenika or west fork of  tbe Findlay River, a tributary of  the Peace River is furnishing ��� he  latest sensation in placer mining  in this province. A prospector,  Bates: reporting at Hazleton  holds out a bait of gravel, going  three dollars to the pan up there.  The country can be reached via  Hazleton or via Ashcroft and  Quesnel. When the rivers are  opened up the latter passage is  good water travelling involving  only one portage, seven miles in  length. Merchants from Hazleton who have been and are  prospecting in that section'claim  the reports are exaggerated, but  meanwhile Golden claims that  it is a^new gateway "to the new  Klondyke."  doubt his veracity, so he brought  along some shells,said to measure  eight inches across.  The Ikeda mines have now  some 125 men employed and are  turning out some six hundred tons  of ore a month averaging from  $65 to SI 10 a ton in gold and copper. They are installing new  machinery and by fall exspect to  increase their tonnage to 1,500  tons per month.  Auriferous black sand deposits  at Gold Beach, near Cape Scott,  at the north end of Vancouver  Island are giving results making  the working of them possible.  Moresby Island, the lumber and  mining point,on the Queen Charlotte. Islandsalso produces oysters which according to a Coast  lawver are such a size that "one  of them will be sufficient for papa  and mama and the baby."/ Even  three hungry lawyers couldn't  devour an entire one. Mr. Aroo'd  is in Mr. Bowser's office and was  afraid   even   his   friends   would  Gores Woman's Weaknesses.  We refer to that boon to weak, niervons,  unffering women known as Dr. Pierce's  Favorite Prescription.  Dr. John Fyfe one of the Editorial Staff  of The Eclectic Medical Ee-vtbw says  of Unicorn root lYHeloniaa Dioica) which  Is ono of the chief ingredients of the "Favorite Prescription ":  "A remedy -which Invariably acts as autor-  lnjlnvlgorator * * * maktss for normal activity ot tho entire reproductive system."  Hu continues "In Helonlas we have amtKlica-  mont vhlch moro fully answers the abovo  puruoses than any other drug with which I am  acrmiintcd. In tho treatment of diseases db-  cullar to women lt ls seldom that a case Is  sewn -which does not present somo indication  for this remedial agent���"��� Dr. Fyfo further  savs: "The followmtr are amonjr the leading  In-.Ucations for Helonlas (Unicorn root)., Pain  or aching in the bsck, wlth-.-leucorrht-r-a:  atonic (weak) condltioiXof the reproductive  organs of Xomen, mental depression and Irritability, -efcsociated **>*lt9chronic diseases of  the reproductive organs of women: constant  sensation Pf heat tn the region of the kidneys; merprrhagid (flooding), due to a weakened condition ofi tbe reproductive system;  arcenoi/BffifylsKr'pressed or absent monthly  perlud/.ANsiffg^rom or accompanying ai-,  abnos-foal condition of the digestive organ?  and iulrernlc (thin blood) habit; draprgin*-  Censgjnons In the extreme lower part of tin.*  -abdomen."  If more or less of tho abovo -*'*m--:;-toit*-  afSp-resent. no lnyautT -.von-aii ---tif^To  Belter than .take" Dr. Jt>lercgs_jFavi>*-ito  t-SsMtfjjj-o^  eatsofwincn Is Unicorn root, or Helonlas.  and tho medical -properties of which it  most faithfully represents.  Ot Golden Seal root, another proroincr-1  ingredient of "Favorite Prescription,"  Prof. Finley Ellingwood, M. D., of Ben  nett Medical College, Chicago, says:  "It ls an important remedy In disorders o  tho womb. -In all catarrhal conditions * *  and general enfeobleAent, it is -isoful."  Prof. John M. Scuoiler, M T>��� \n,ta c  Cincinnati, says oi iSoiden Seai tool :  "In relation to its general effects on the  system, thore -Is no 'medicine in vse. about whicli  then is such general unanimity of opinion. It  Is universally regarded as the tonic useful in  all debilitated states."  Prof. R. Bartholow, M. D.. of Jefferson  Medical Co.llege, says of Golden Seal :  "Valuable in uterine hemorrhage, mertox-  xhagia. (flooding) and congestive dysmenor-  Ihcsa (painful menstrnatlon)."  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription faithfully represents all the above named in-  gredieats and cures the diseases for which  ,they are recommended.  TORTURING SKIN DISEASE  Afflicted this bright little gir|  Mrs. F. Miner, of Jri Suffolk Street, Guelph, Ont., says: "A year  since, while while living in Oshawa, Ont, my little daughter Lorinda, six  years of age contracted a skin disease on the upper part of her body.     This  first broke out like tiny wat��r blisters, afterwards taking the form of dry scabs. These  would disappear for a short time and then reappear worse than ever. The clothes  coming in contact with the skin set up such * severe irritation that it was impossible  to keep her from scratching. We tried various preparations yet obtained no  good results until we began using Zam-Buk. With each application the irritation  and soreness was greatly relieved, and the child rested easier. Thro* continued  using, the eruptions and scabs fart disappeared and in a short space of time the skin  was completely cleared from the disease. It is. now some months since -we used  Zam-Buk, and as (here are no signs of any more eruptions breaking out on her body,  we;believe-Zjm^Buk has worked a complete cure." Zs-m.BnJ-: Cares cuts, chapped Mi,  FJEC.-E1XS !  Send tor A trial kox.  Enclose* coupon awl tc.  stamp, ai.tdr.s-, Eam-Balc  Co., Toronto. 3*Ka  am-Buk  itch,   'ulcers,  ecjema.  running sores and all diseases of the skin.     Of alt  druggists and store'' 50c. or  , from Zam-Buk  . Co.,  Toronto.  I LITTLE L0^^j^g��^^  For Business Men:  Letterheads,  Envelopes,  Billheads,  Statements,  Receipt Forms,  Business Cards,  Posters.  Dodgers,  Shipping Tags,  Por Rent cards,  For Sale cards,  .    Blotters,  Etc.  &  Society Printing :  Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for Balls, Etc.  Dance Programs,  Concert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  Private calling cards,  Lodge Printing,  church Printing,  Score cards,  Fine Half Tone  Printing,  Note Paper.        *  LOOSE LEAF SYSTEM  We have the necessary machinery for doing this class of work, and can furnish you  with billheads no matter what system you are using.  Mining Co.'s Printing:  Prospectus,-  Handsome Stock Certificates,  Legal Documents,  Notices of Meetings,  Special Receipt Forms,  Time Cards, \  Mining Reports,  Shipping Reports, Etc  &  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..  The Times  Government Street,  Phone 29  Greenwood, B. C.  The improvements at the Granby smelter at Grand Forks include the enlargement of the furnaces trom 17 feet eight inches to  22 ifeet in length; the erection of  three x new converter stands 84  inches by 116 inches to replace  the smaller ones now in use ; the  lengthening of the steel converter  building bv eighty feet'; the  doubling of the engine and blower capacity and all necessary motor installations to handle the increased business. Julv 1st is  specified definitely as date of deli very.  Despite the warning of John  Houston, Prince Rupert is filled  to overflowing. On Saturday  nights, when the clearing gangs  come in from the woods, the one  street becomes simply full of men  so that thev flow out on the wharf  and John's meditations are disturbed.  ��������������� ������HM��I  WORTH   TAKING  One ounoo Fluid Extract Dandelion;  One onnoe Compound Salatone ;'  Four   ounce*   Compound   Syrup  ' '   SarsapariUa;  ��� ���       Mixed and taken in teaspooafnl  "   doses after each meal and at bedtime,  * is pronounced by a prominent phy-ri-  du to be the best mixture for the  < ���   cure of the kidney, bladder, and all  y   urinary titrable*. ���*,...  < - This says the doctor, ia the moat  simple though remarkable prescription ever * -written to cleanse the  system of impuritiea and waste  matter.   It acta aa a powerful tonie  y to the kidneys, forcing them;������**���' filter  . ��� eat the aoida aad poisons, oTsroom-  '' ins rheumatism, lam bade, seiatiea  ', aad other affictions ashing from  i. toot, i-spure Wood.  '/* The ingrscHsoU on W procured at  any good drugstore, amJ BsjrM-pnr-ely  Tee-stable ana enthraly karauess, can  casOybomixsdetbonM.  If yon bare a mflormg friend sh*w  thia to bim, aa he will nndoabUdlT  bawiwsan to iaaru at aadaaaa* aad  >   Ugaiftaoeauaaaiaimi  MMMHMMIMIIIMIIMir  IN TIIE SUPREME COURT  OF BRITISH  lOHJMBIA���IN PROBATE.  In tlie Mailer of Edward James    -    Deceased  And  111 the Mai ter of the Ofiici .1 Administrators' Act  NOTICE IS HEREBV* GIVEV that l>j an  Order madt! by His lloaou-*- P. C. Calder, Local  .Inilgeuf ilils Honourable Court, dated tbe llth  ���In.*- of March. A.D I'lOs, tlie und.-rsiuned was  iippjintir' administrator nf nil and .sinpr.ilar the  estate a-id effects of the above named Edward  James, lateof J-im.-s Creelc. near Kettle River  I.. lite County- ��if Yale. In the Province of British Caiiunbia, Rancher, who died intestate on  or about the 20tu d-iy of October. A.D.-1W7.  . AlwL PEKSO <S having claims atfainat the  estate of the a.ii-A deceasel are required to send  tlte same with the pirticulari-thereof dnly verified io the ninlersl-rned on or before the 30th  day of April, A.D. 1903, and all persons indebted  t" the said deceased are required to pay the  amount of such indebtedness to the undersigned  forthwith.  l>ated this 13lh day of MaTch', A.D. 1908.  "AliEC. D. MACINTYHE,"  Ofificial Administrator for the County Court,  District of Yale, Kamloops, B.C.  THE  COPPER  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. 15, 1906)'  la a dozen books in one, covering the  ��  history, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Terminology, Uses, Statistics and Finances of  Copper. It is a practical book, useful  to all and necessary to most men engaged in any branch of the Copper  Induetry.  Its facts will pass muster with tht.  trained scientists, and ita language io  easily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facts in plain English without fear or favor.  * Its lists and describes 4626 Copper  Mines and Companies in all parts of  the world, descriptions running from  two lines to sixteen pages, according  to importance of the property.  The Copper Handbook is conceded to  he the  We Cure  Every Case  We Treat  OUE GUA1AKTKB:  NO FAY UNUtM CU*BD  WhttTl  ciallst.  Wide  a  Oaeef  W�� an Jast  twtk jmst mm m%  Dunns; Am jmmn ml d����� ssfBcstion  mtmi mmt pufcatat ��h�� m^r mmiHc *��d  ortjua aatMAi tt-r whna than Smmmmm ��r��  curad,     W ������ ���oom* vmmt caaa tot treat-  ^���WtaMkiifimMill.  to  Wa (uai-aotM a-*��r-r mma a HTsIodj-i  eur* for Vaftosesla, Bj-irocat*. Ursth-  Bral ObstrwUsca. ttao4 and Skin Pl��-  i.aaaaa, r+aataOa TraaMM, P*Ue��, rU-  1 tula, Uas ��T Vital Tvwmr. Kidney.  j Bladdar aai ln����U) DtMasw. W��  '- aspeeially offav anr ssrvtus to that*  1 whs ara mOimimi with wo-kkn��s�� u a  i-sautt at tbalr **i UOUt mr umhu.  " Our msUieds ar�� -aa-to-dat*. aad  ars eadorssd bj th* H��b��ot msdleal  author!Usa at Rursps o-i-tl Am-trle*.  : Henee our saoessj hn Ui�� tr��mtnr-��Dt of  ��� Han't Plssasas.   Bsw-siliw. aur ��p-j-  ' slalty IslunltadUtksdlMaaaaMaf MRU  aad tlKH eatar.  Wa aaaar Uw aattea MaM mfnmmau,  shrools. <  CORSDLTA-nOK ITUX  If ya mimaJ, writ*, far Sytftaai ����  Mmmtemm��m���aamt am^mttmrnm. AM  ���aiu ������*-������ asaaj-tortss.  SCOTT  MEDICAL COMPANY  ��������� MarfM ��L. Car. fW A-^.,  CCATTUL �����AS*  ���WWII lillililliUtMiltUSjisjtssjsj  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE. '  GRANITE MOUNTAIN aud IRON KING  MINERAL CLAIMS, situate in lhe Greenwood Mininir Division of Vale District.  Where  located:    On Eholt Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I. C.&,. Sbaw.arreri I for  James Sullivan, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B6721 and Jerry D iucoll. Free Miner's Certificate No. B6720 intend, slxtv days from tbe dale  hereof, toapply to the Mir-ltur Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining-  a Crown Grant of the al-ove claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Daled this 8th day of November. A. D. 1907.  C. JR. SHAW,  B.C.L.S.  LAND NOTICE  Similkameen Land DiStrict.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE tha'. I Isa.-r.eil5 Sti au.SF, of  Midway, B.C., occupa.tin-1* Housekeeper, intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described land: ���  Commencing at apost planted at the North-  East corner o_f H. Strauss'Pre-emption. Lot No.  787S. thence East *40 chains; tbenre south 20  chains; theme west 40 cliai-is; thence north 2n  chaius to point of cominenccmerit, ami coii-  toinln-r 80 acres more nr less,  IS*J.B*ET.LA STRAUSS.  1    Per H. fSTKAUSS, Apent.  Dated February ISth, 1908.  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land District    District  of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that ITrc-lericlc Crnw-  ford,of Park Rapid8,MI*niieso'a,occnpatiou  Farmer,'intendBto apply ior permi��ion to purchase the followln-r described lands: '���  Commencing* at apost planted 60 chains Northerly from the North-west Corner of H.  Strauss' Pre-emption, Lot No. 787S, tlience  north 60 chains; thence m-csir*M chains; thence  sonth 60 cbains; theuce east 20 chains to point  of commencement, and containirJK 120 acres.  more er less.  FREDEltrrK CRAWFORD.  per HENRY STRAUSS, Agent.  Dated the ISth day of February, 1W8.  The Mining Man needs the book for  the facts it gives bim about mines,  mining and the metal.  The Investor needs the book for the  facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English.  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  !H|J��(!r<I)  HfMf��if"  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  453 Postoffice Block, Houghton,  Michigan.  I   THE BRITISH COLUMBIA   I  fyA m^^^^^^^^^^m^^m^m*^^^**i^^^*M^twaaam*a^Bx*mmmatxmmBMm*m  I   DISTILLERY   CO.,   LTD.  || New Westminister. B. C.  4-     Greenwood Liquor Co,, Agents, Greenwood  ...... . ,... ..>AJ...^.^...^^AAA.t|n( g ffff taaflftaftn n sb  LAND REGISTRY ACT  ^��<>*>o6o<>9eoe0n��<w)eoooeo��>��o  TAIC" NOT'CE ihnt-in apnlicat'onhai-licen  mn'i- to rerrisier Jati'os llcnr-.- H'-rTlnBaB  n.e 1,.,-nrr !n Vp" cimtilj>, nn*'er a Tax Sile  ppprl fr��m Rpi-ii-jtp T*irl-Ht ***m-'or. rollc-rtnr of  v'ii-'ci>-''i"- of Citv of Oiwiwinfl. to f-imcR  n.>iirv Pi-r-rir-'s l-.e,*ir-n��r dnip ilipT-.v-.titipth day  of n..rr-niii"r. A.n. i-v-7 of all -iirl sin-riilai* that  r:-ri->iit T>-in**��l or irnrt of land an��1 nrcmise-* sit-  ���.��,,>, l.-i��.,r ->-it l'*-i|t-r i��1 t1--- **ilv of f*r-***n*��'-*0 ' .  :., -i.f **������<��� iiirr- of **r't!=li r-niiimi-ii. nio-e nar-  ���*rni-��--1--uiio-vn nii.l iies��-rir.od us T.ot-i w-ntr-  ���ii-co 12V. P.loi-I-.I. vtar.4C, c|ty of Grepnwood,  n <*-.  Vr-ii n-wi i-ncti of vni, nri* r^oi*irprl to conte,t  Hn. ri:ii-i of <li" i-x nurclinoer within fortT-  *"^p <lnv-= from Hied-itenf llie frot iiiRPrtl'in ol  ti,!s ii-ii'rc aud >n di f:niU of a cavi-.-it* nr rertl-  n.-n-o of lie nRiKlfti-* htimr filed��� and in <-pfanH  r,c r��il"iiintion���within sii--h p��riod. yon will tie  fori-w ��� ���"���topped and deb-irrod from Rettlncr on  V>nv rlaini fo or in rcsriPct of the sntd'land, ahd  T ��iinti recl.ster Jaines Henry TTi-rftlns as ownir  rlir-ronf.  nn'pd at Land K<-tr'strv ilfTirc-. Kamloopc,  fVoviiiro of Pritisli folnmhia, this Thirty-first  day of Di-Tonino!-. A.T). lWI.  W. TT. EOWNDR. nisirict Retri��trar.  .To RnWARn Nash, Fsq.. and  Wim.iam Ff. AsooiTir. '  }R A I L WAY  Atipllration No. 12535a.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  One Way Colonist Rates  Eastern Canada to  Alberta* Britisb Columbia  Toronto. Brantford. Guelph.  London. Gait,  46.05.  TAKr? NfiTTCR ,*1"'t 'n. anollcintlnn *hai*  b->c-i made to r->��ris<-*r Warcourt P. Dickln-  5'>ii nRthfto'n-rierinT'oeSimTjle.'in'leTaTAxSali-  nn��rt fn��m Rpof-re RirkP-t Tavlor. Coljector of  Vunicln-ili"* ��'f the- Hit of' Rreenwood. *o  Flarcouri P nii-lt'ue--'n.l>e-irlti<��rlaJp t>e.7th dar  of npceinhr-r.A.T). 1*)07. of al a-td sin polar that  i-pTtain narcel or tract of land and ���oremlw*"'  oittiato. Ivinp- and h��in��r in the Citr of Grecu-  worvrl. in thi> Provlnreof nritlsH rnln-mhl-a.m-nro  i��ar1icn1n--lv v��own aint de'i-.riheil as���theNorth  M feet of T.ot five W. Block Eleven (IU, Map  l-wentY-Oue (211. City of <*-i-��>enwo<!d.  Ton nid enrh of von arc ren.Hired *���> conte��t  the claim of Hie tax -onri-h-xter within forty-fi��e  ilavs from therlateof the first in��crtlon of thin  notice, and in default of acaveft* orcertlficate  of lis peiidens beine* filed���and in defaalt'of re  iluniptlon���within onch-period, you will be for  ever estopped and debarred frotr- -settlnirup any  claim to or in respect of the s.iid land, and I  shall register Harcourt P. Dickinson as owner  thore.of.  Pn'cri at Ii-ind T*eiri*"r\- office. Katnloors.  Trovince of British Columbia, this Sixth  dav of January, A.D. 1WH-  W. H. EDMONDS.  District Ree-lstrar  ToLMIRAA.WARD- Tt  Ktneston  Ottawa, via Pt Arthur  orSS. Mar.c  Ottawa, via Chicago -  Montreal  Quebec  St. John. NB.  Moncton. N.B  Halifax  $50.10  5140  52.45  52.70  58.00  60.95  6245  Correspond inglr lot-r rates from  all intermediate points. Tickets  nn sale Feb. 29 to April 29, 1908.  For further particulars Call or  write,  J. MOE,  D.P.A. Nelsaa  a. r,  b}.j. coyr,E,  A.G.P.A.Vancou ver  BBDPATH,   AGENT  GREENWOOD,  o-ooooo��>oeoooo*ooo��oooooeoo  LAND NOTICES  Similkameen Land PtetMct-   District  of Yale.   .  TAKF. NOTICE thnt 1 Henrv " Strau��fi of  Midway. B.C., bv occupation Farmer,  intend to applv for permission to purchase the  feilawiui*- described land: r-ommenclno* at a  post pla-ned at the North West corner of H.  Sirau^R Pre-emption Lot No. "R" S, thence north  .���"ch-ins; thence cast 80 chains; thence south  f-'fi chain-i; llient-e west 8ft chains io point of  cummciiceiiieiit, and contalnlnir MO acres, more  or leiR  HENRY STRAUSS,  Daled February 3rd, 1-T08.  Paititin  House, sig*n and kli exterior and  and interior painting* and decor  at ing promptly done.  mall Papering  Mn& Kalsomitiing  Send in your u-pring orders.  6eo��f$Xbotti��$��t3  Box 2SS, Greenwood.  I Shop Governoient street.  Similkameen Land District.   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE That Kllen T,on��*. of Park  Hapids,   Minn., occupation   Housekeeper,  intends to apply    for   permission   to purchase  (lie follow!iiij described lands:   Commenciae at  a. post planted at the South East corner of Application to   Purchase Record  No. 2f4S bein-?  Survey  Lot No. 7SSS;  thence eaBt 80 chains ;  lience south Ml-chalns;   tlience west 80 chains;  Ihence north 60 chains to point of corardena--  nieut, and  containing* 480 acres, more or  less.  ELLEN LONG,  l*cr Henry Strauss, A-rent  Dated December Oth, 191)7.  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regn  latioos.  A NY arallable Dominion Lands within the  ���"Railway Belt in British Colnmbia. may be  homesteaded by any person who is the sole  head tt a family, or auy male over i8 years of  age, t< .be extent of one-quarter section of 100  acres more or less.  En -r most be made personally at tbe local  land r ffice for the dljtrlct In which the land is  alta e. Entry by proxy may' however, be .  ma e on certain conditions by the father,  m her, son, daughter, brother or sister of an  in ending* homesteader.  The homesteader is required to perform  >  conditions connected therewith nnder one    I  i he followin-r plans:  (I) At least six'months' resldenra upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  Ill If tbe father (or mother, if the father is  deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a  ."arm la the vicinity of tl.e land entered for.the  requirements as to residence may be satisfied  by snch' person residing with the father or  mother.  (3J If the sattler bas his permanent residenec  upon f->' ning* land owned by bim In the ricin-  ity if bis homestead, the requirements as to  residence may be satisfied by residence upon  the said land.  Six months* notice In writing should be-riTen  ���o the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���Coal mining rights may be leased for  a period of twenty-one years at an annual  rental of fl per acre. Not more tban "-5--0  acres shall be leased to one Individual or  company. A royalty at tbe rate of five cent  per ton shall be collected on the merchantable  coal mined.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy ofthe M Ulster of the Interior .  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of this ad  vertlsement will not be paid for.  Similkameen Land District   District  of Yale,  TAKE NOTICE '.hat William Edward McArthur ol Greenwood, Hritisli Columbia.  by occupation Lumberman, intends to apply  (or a. special timber licence wve.r the following  ilercribcd lands: Commencing at a post planted  at about five chains disiant In au easterly  ���n-ucliim from the northwest corner of A.  l-'isher's prc-empiion. Lot !i"'8; thence east  nl-iont 3*> chains; tlience south 40 chains to Q  Eustace's northwest corner: thence east 35  .������hiiiri**; tlience nor li 40 chains to Lontler's  's-iuthwesi corner-, thence north 40 cbains;  tlitncc east Idcha ns; thence north 40 chains;  th.-iice west SO chains; tlience south 80 chains  t<> the place of ben-inning and containing 640  icres, more or less.  Located ihe l"th day of December, 1907.  William Eiiwakd McAhthtjr.  Dated 27th December, lOOJ. "��3-5l  Sitnllkameea Land District-   District  of Yale  TAKE NOTICE tbat Joseph H. Leasia of  tbe District of Yale, Province of Brttii-h  Columbia,by occupation timber cruiser, .mends  to apply for permission to purchase thet ol lot-in**:  described land: Commencing at apost marked  1. a. Lcasia'a S.E. Co-uer Pott sltnated at tbe  North East corner of J.H, Feeney's application  Lot 622; thence north "K> chains; thence wes  ?) chains; tbence sonth 'J> chains; tbence e it,  20 chains, to place of commencement, and containing 40 acres, more or less.  Joseph H. Leasia, Locator  Dated November 2nd. 1W7.  Similkameen Land District.   District  or Yale  TAKE NOTICE that Anna Wiis m. of Park  Kapids, Minn., occupation Hon-icKeeper.  intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands: Commencimr  at a post planted st the North Ea��t corner uf  W. Hager'a Pre-emption Record No. USS. beir-.cr  Survey Lot No. 789S ; thence East 80 chains  tbence sonth 60 chains; thence West 80 chain  thence north 60 chains, to point of comment.-  ment containing 490 acres, more or less.  ANNA WILSON  Per lleary Strin^s.A-fant  ! Dated December nth.l<x>7.  .;.-:i. -������-/.aXmhm  .... yy--'$vj-YY~rt-iy  ,. V.'*-'--,>-;i^-|  JyM  3 "���- ��� 'C"vV  '>'���/1  I" .--.���  i ���'��� '������  ���-vc  -:i  ��� 1&  i -.I'-YY-y  ' ���'^���':^:i  i -;y*si :���%$���-;-gypy--'  ���   ;';'  '^ '  y..r,0,r:yyY:r;....y:,y.y    . ������������Y.yYyYy . ���-���     :������   r \,YYY;y.;.,/; v   :*;,;'* ���'���r-:y.y^ '���-YY:Y-Y'Y   YY Y' \ '��� >" yyjr  THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK   TIMES  Seasonable Goods  We carry a full line of Cooking-,  Heating-, and Ranges from the best  makers. : : :        : :  Groceries  Our Grocery Department is complete and we can outfit the smallest  house to the largest camp,     s        :  GENTS' FURNISHINGS  We carry none but the best in Men's  and Boy's Clothing���In fact we are  THE OUTFITTERS in this line.  ] Purely  Personal  ���--*--���-*  M  E Il-lft  COMPANY,   LTD.  GROCERIES  \ HARDWARE CLOTHING  Always Ask for  oil  pin  li  greenwood Ciqtter go.  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD  ��j*.Xj* jtjt Jtjt Jtjt* Jtjt JtJtJt Jtjt jtjXJltJtJtJtJtj/tJXJt* JtJitJtjtjtjSt  tr*,  -4  %  %  *l  -*J  s Time to Get Busy  ouse Cleaning Time Almost Here.  The O.I.C. has all  kinds  of  Brushes,   Brooms  and  Dusters to clean out the cobwebs,     Then  '- -_'*7.Tj--!vj'Cf atCKpi*eT*~.Y,  ^^-*-   !t v/'-'.< Tr.'":*. v.-*'.:** -.-.'ocrl-^-orfc, p'.vno and furniture look tike  new/, all by t5^��L*g  ^1*$-'   sli::i-i*/ ���-.���-.i-.a oi.-s*- -it'.e icni-rfacc is'if.t a cloth ivi&lsf.oned withes Venae-*. Sw-*';? A  ���(*">.-���������   ft !if:�� ��i.*r-. .*.-���--'���- ihavjorkeazlly.   !t Is not r varnish.   There is no drying ��"*^i-k  znt-z *joi;'e, cno-J-Jh to rcnotfate t.-ic c."dinar**' hor.ie. f?Qe  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone %  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings  ^  1>  ^Syy: tc k-.-.;t ���*.:.-.  '>'.'.\''.;-*J-'-W-^'*::^vW  To put the High, Bright Touch on.   Get them from  Mfc  A. L. WHITE  Phone 16  FURNITURE AND STOVE MAN  **  %  If.  "*  V.  ��><>0000000000<>000<KX>0<><X>00<XK><>000^^  THK perfect results of careful culinary efforts.  The true delights of fine cooking are known  only  'to  the users   of  teel Ranges  o  o  6  0  0  o  o  o  o  The range that keeps the range  boiler boiling.  FOK SALE BY  . W. Bishop  00000<>00<X>0<>0<>0<>0000000<>00 000<)00000^^  Get your Job Pri ntmg done at the Times'  Offices,    Prices Moderate,  J. E. McAllister 5s spending* a  week on -his ranch at Kelowna.  E. D. Ireland, of Nelson, ofthe  staff of C.P.R. engineers was in  town on Monday,  Jaines Stewart has been made  customs officer at Carson in place  of the late Alex. McAufay.  F. M. Elkins returned on Tuesday from Vancouver. W. G.  McMynn left for the coast on Saturday last  J. H. Macfarlane spent a few  days in Greenwood tbis week.having come over from Rosslatid to  attend ihe funeral ol the late  Mrs. Morrison.  Mrs. C. J. Tynan, of Spokane,  came to Greenwood on Saturday  last to attend the funeral of her  sister Mrs. J. H. Morrison.  Rev. R. W. Dalgieisb with Mrs.  Dalgleish and their children, left  on Monday for their 'home at  Swift Current,Sask. Tbeir young*  est child was born in Greenwood  a few weeks ago.  Ernest Bunting, Mayor Bunting's son who has been with the  Eholt Trading Co., left on Monday for the coast. Ernie will  probably go to Prince Rupert to  see what the new terminus of the  G.T.P. looks like.  John Mcintosh returned last  week from an extended trip to  the coast, and to various places  in the United States. In Los  Angeles he saw D. A. Benermen,  who is now living at San Jose,Cal.  running a large automobile and  generally prospering. He travelled all over Nevada and came  home by Spokane.  J. A. Cowie, of Grant, Minn.,  chief engineer of the Grant Consolidated whose mines near Chee-  saw are well known over the  continent, was a visitor in Greenwood on Tuesday.  Miss Brown, of Medicine Etaf,  arrived in Greenwood on Tuesday  and will take charge of the millinery department at Rendell & Co's  this season. Millinery openings  come about the first week in  April.  O. B. Smith, W- R. Williams,  W. Macy, and O. Smith were a  Phoenix delegation to this bast-  ling valley on Monday. The  steady crunch of the ore cars up  the hill is too much for the rest-  dents and they delight to get  away from the din occasionally.  Mrs. F. Keffer left for Spokane  on this morning's Great Northern  train. She will meet Mr. Keffer  there on his return trip from Ottawa and Montreal.  Mrs. I. M. Parsons, of Minne-  apolip, Minn.,owner of the Maureen mine in South Daadwood  camp, spent the week end atthe  Imperial. Mrs. Parsons is a woman of some literary ability and  has no hesitation about her opinion of the Maureen. On the pro  perty'there is now an electric-  hoist and considerable other de*  i  velopment machinery.  Geo. R. Naden,M.P.P., return  ed to Greenwood on Monday last  frpm the Legislature. This week  Mr. Naden has addressed the  Council, the Fish and Game Association, and tbe Liberal Association. In the day time, he has  been kept busy shaking hands  with his many friends.  R C. Trimen, of <-be B.N.A.,  who has been in the Greenwood  branch of the Bank for a couple  of years past has received uotice  of his promotion to be acting  manager of the Bank at Rosthern,  Sask. Mr. Trimen has not yet  beeu notified just when his relief  here will come but it will be in  the course of a forthnight.  ��    TOWN lOTICo   h  Logging on the  Main Kettle  River will begin again about Ap-]  ril 15th when   the" logs   will'be  floated down to Cascade.  Closing-out Sale, new and second hand goods. H. J. Clint.  Copper Street.  Subjects in .'the Methodist  church on Sunday are as follows:  morning service, ''The Children's  Christ," evening, "Pilate's Question, 'What is Truth ?' "  Remember when you want tea  that Smith and McEwen's are  now the only agents for Deckajulie���the tea that you know so  well.  A car of ore from the Sally  went from Midway on Thursday  of tbis week. It contained about  20 tons of the Sally's high-grade  ore and went to Trail.  We have bargains in Wall Paper remnants that we wish to clear.  Get busy before that tall chimney  starts spouting.    McRae Bros.  An important change is bein g  made in the services in St. Jude's  church, Next Stiuday services  will be*held at 8 a.m. and 7.30  p.m. On alternate Sundays���the  three regular services will be cele  brated at 8 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. with Sunday school at 12  o'clock.  Coles' Bookstore has an unequalled display of chocolates. If  you have'nt seen them, do so at  once.    They are worth the while  The meeting of the Board of  Trade will be held on Monday  evening next at eight o'clock in  the City Hall. The additional  members of the council will be  ���{elected and a greal deal of important business transacted. Only  persevering persistence will ever  make any place a good town, so  keep it in mind.  The current issue of the Bulletin of the Canadian Miuing Institute contains a paper by Mr. C.S.  Baker, Notes on tbe Practice of  Assaying in British Columbia.  Another article that will be of interest to this part of the country  is by Mr. Charles Camsell, of the  Geological Survey Department,  Ottawa, on "The Geology and  Ore Deposits!of Camp Hedley."  The choicest confection in the  land 6oc per pound. Halt pound  and pound boxes, 35 and 75 cents  er box at McCrae Bros.  The Pinker Moving Pictures  are to be shown in Greenwood in  the Miners' Union Hall every  Wednesday night and in Midway  on Thursdays. Four thousand  feet of film are thrown on the cac-  vas at every entertainment. At  Wednesday night's show the pictures were well chosen, well asor-  ted, and the illustrated vocal sel-  ectkins given by Mrs. Murray  were well appreciated. The managers certain-y maintained their  proposition of giving a good,clean  entertainment. . The views are  not only amusing, but have a  good tone and are instructive  The Conservative nomination  convention for Yale Cariboo will  be held in Vernon on Thursday,  April 23rd, at 2 o'clock. The  Ledge remarks that the nominee  should have a walk over. Yes,  he should, over the bridge . that  will carry him into the cold,clammy shades of defeat.  Ring up Smith and McEwen's  when you need tea. They have  Deckajulie.the tea with one brand  always good, always the same.  The Eighth Annual Ball of  the Greenwood Hitters' Union,  No. 22, on St. Patrick's Night  eclipsed all others of its kind in  th is district. There were about  70 couples ou the floor which is all  that the hall will hold with com-  f ort^and the story of the rest is  what has been so often before���  everyone  went   in  for   the best  dance of their lives and had it.  As for the Orchestra, only one  thing can be said, it is gi viug  eyen better music at eyery appearance and Leader Hallett and the  boys with him deserve the high-  credit for their interest in giving  good music to Greenwood audiences.    Supper   was   served   at  tbe Pacific Cafe which was decorated for the occasion and the long  diningropm could not accomodate  the crowd  The Granby mines fox the fourth successive week are at the record smashing business. Their shipment last week is 25,388 tons and  their biggest day 4,005 tons on  the 13th.  SUTHERLAND-Y0UNGE  In the Presbyterian church, on  Monday evening last, Mr. T. F.  Sutherland, M.E.,and Miss Ethel  Florence Younge were united in  marriage by Rev. M. D, McKee.  The ceremony was performed in  the presence of a few intimate  friends. Both bride arid groom  are well known in Greenwood.  Miss Younge,being formerly with  Rendell & Co., and Mr. Sutherland having carried on his business as an assayer here. They  are staving in Greenwood for a  few days before going to their  new home in Golden, B.C.  AT THE CHURCHES  Angucan���St. Jude's. Rev. John  Leech-Porter, B. D., pastor. Services  at 8. a.m., and 7.30 p.m. Sunday  school, 12 p.m.    All seats free.  Presbyterian���Services will be con  ducted morning* and evening-, 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Methodist���Bev. F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct services as usual at  Methodist Church morning and evening  Sunday School at 3.  Catholic.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school a*  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bedard, O. M. I.  pastor. -  OEALET* TENDERS addressed to the uti-ler-  0 slenrsd, and endorsed "-Tend* for heating  Post Oflice, Vancom-er, B.C.," will be received  at this office until Saturday, April 25tli l'WS,  nclusively, for the construction ot a beating-  System for tlie Public Bulletin*-* at Vancouver  B.C.  Plans and specifications can be seen and  forms of tender obtained at tills Department  from Mr. William Henderson, Superintending*  Architect, Victoria, B.C., and front Mr. Charles Tor-sell. Clerk of Works, Vancouver,   B.C.  Persons tenderln-j* are notified that tenders  will not be considered unless made on the  printed form supplied, and signed with tlieir  actual sitriiature.-i.  Each tender mast be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, made payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten percent  10 p. c, of the 3-t-.'��ttttt of thJ teid^r, which  will be forfeited it" the party tendering decline  to enter into a contract' wlien called upon to do  so, or if he fall to complete the work contracted  for. If the tender be not accepted the cheq tie  will be retnrned.  The department does not bind itsell to accept  the lowest or auy tender  By Order  FRED. GELINAS  Secretary  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, March 12th,1908  Newspapers inserting this advertisement  without -atithoritv from the Department will  not be p ild for it.  "PILES  8   Years   Torture  Ended by Zam-Buk  Mr. George Lee, 35 Steiner  St, Toronto, says: " For 8 years  I suffered torture from blind, itching  piles. During that time I believe  almost everything in the line of ointments and salves was ui ed, but in vain.  The very first  application of  Zam-Buk gave  me relief from  that terrible  itching, and a  little perseverance with tbe  bdm brought  about a complete cure. I  have not been  troubled  again and it is  now over six  months since  Zam-Buk war-  used. If tbis statement can be used  for the benefitof other sufferers from this  trouble, you are at liberty to publish it."  Zam-Buk  Is especially recommended for all kinds  of skin diseases, eczema, bad legs, piles,  ulcers, boils, chapped  hands, barbers' rash,  festering sores, poisoned wounds, oils,  bruises, burns,sprains  etc. Of all druggists  and stores, 50c. box  or from the Zam-Buk  Co., Toronto, postpaid.   3 boxes  ���$1.25.  FREE  Aurnpleboxwi'l  b�� mailed you  tree if you cut  out tbis coupon  and send it with  ic. stamp to tbe  Zam . Buk Co.,  Toronto.    a.K.l  Our system  Campbell's Clothing  Special Tailoring Service  offers to men who live in small towns  the advantage of having their clothes  made to their measure���AS THEY  WANT THEM MADE-by the leading  tailors of Canada,  ' Our representatives, Messrs., The  Hunter Kendrick Co.,- Ltd,, will be  pleased to show you a full line of all  the latest facrica and designs from  which to choose.  They will attend to  your   meapure-  inents and instructions and   the cloth- '  ing experts in our factory will personally make your suit.  Our clothes are guaranteed to fit and  please you in every particular or money  refunded.  The  HUNTER-KENDRICK   CO.,   LTD  X* 4* * * -** * 4-* * ���** * * 4-4* 4p *l*4*4*4*4*4*4*'l--|>  To Rent  Cottage, 4 rooiiis, close in.  " 4 rooms, near hospital  '*       4 rooms, near  Smelter  Log House, 4 rooms " ".  Cabins and Rooms in all parts  of the City.  *  4-  +  4  4*-  4*  4��  4*-  4--  4��  4-  ll  I Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd. *  ���fr OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. T  ���Jt ��f�� ��$�� ��f* ��f�� ��f�� 4* 4* 4* 4* 4*-"t* 4* 4* 4* ���*���*' *^* 4* *-*K-*$���-*$-4*4-'4-: 4*4-*'  aaaaaavaamaamaaaaaaaaaaaaaanaaaaaaaaaaaataaaaiaaaa+aam  I P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.!  .. DEALERS IN ..  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  v*a9n*a#.**a��**aaia#**a��0a*a9a**a*-*.*r*~+aaaa*a*a*******a  Tresb and Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry.  ���*������  >��  ;��������  *  ��  t  ��  t  >  s  Moved to the WINDSOR HOTEL. Our  New Restaurant is newly appointed throughout. You have eaten your meals with us before. Try us in our new home. Anything  you want, at any time you say. Everything  of the best. '���'������:'.  HOWARD MOORE, Proprietor.  '.- March     20*08   .  BOUNDARY  ORE TONNAGE  The rollowlnir table gives ihe ore fhlpmenls of Boundary minesfor WOO, 1901, 1902, 1903,  1904, 1905, 1906 and 1907, as reported to the Greenwood Tllnes��� .  ZAM-BUK  *  Past .  Mini*.  l'.'OO  1901  1902  1903  1904  . 1005  1906  1"07  1908  Week  <*ratit>y Mines   64,S3*  231,762   '  K19.S58   39"-.718   549,703   653.889   801,404   1  113,537  219,608  25,388  297  1,741  20,800  71.212  8.426  135 001  367  B. C; Copper Co....  Moth pi r.ode_...  5 .."tO  99,034  141,326  138.079  174,298  147.576  105.90C  208,231  B.C. Mine   . 19,494  47,405  14,811  19.365  .. ..  1.488  V12  650  8,530  22,937  15,537  37.9(10  9.4S5  11,804  18,274  J.6,400  3,007  20  3.177  14.481     Dotti. Copper Co...  Brooklyn-Stem.  32,350  55,731  140.685  43,295  2,960  12,253  3,070  2'",1'"8  26,032  64,173  802  7,455  15.731  3.250  3.056  48,390  31.270  Mountafti Rnfe.     1.759"  4,747  3,555  31,258  I,i00  550  5,646  3.339  4.586  150  649  K. Bell   560     363  3,450  1,833  No. 37   2*2  364  33  Reliance      ��� .  33     1,076  2.250  1,'40  785  2,435  150  625  King-Solomon....  875  ���  586  665  482  Citv of Paris   2.000     Jewel.   160  350  2,060     .  ....  ....-=...  890  **  30  90  30  Sally _  79  145  106  65   80  20  ........  76  9  219  993  726  770  18  1,140  40-  700  Providence      ....!.  Elkhorn      400  325  150  20  40  140  20  55  60     Golden Earrle .. ...  .  20  15  Prince Henry   . 52  535  589  224  50  30O  689  255  73  20  40  E. P. V. Mine      167  45  30  90  80      23  Helen      ;      80  60  20  3.230  3.4S&  325  ���     500  750  500  Total, tons  96.600   390,800   503,876  690.419   829,808   933,5481,161,5371,148,237   220,078   25,408  Smelter  treatment���  Granfcv Co 62.387   230,828   212,340   401,921   596,252   687.988   828,879   637J626     191,993 - 22,768  B.C. Copper Co     _    117,611   ,148,600   162,913   219,484    210,830   123,840   341,952    ........       .  Dom. Cop. Co,. _     132,570     30,930     84,059   218,811   '53,439       Total reduced... 62,389   **48,439   460,940   697,404   837,666   982,8771,172,4031,233,017      191,993 22,76ft


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