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 s    t  I  K  '^     SEP 191905  ���j  \ k  Vol. 10.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY   SEPTEMBER 15, _%S.  No. 2  The  Store  THE    JBIG      *VTOPlE>  tf^W-CTWH-*!** �����������  *!t*--���  ' ' -  Another Large Shipment of JAP-A-iAC  To ever)** I^ady calling at our store a sample can of any of the  following colors : White, Black, Ground, Walnut, Oak, Cherry,  ���Mahogany, Ox Blood, Natural, Umpire Blue, Malachite,  Green  EASILY APPLIED,  QUICKLY DRIED. ,  6i  ears  No  Home   Is Complete  Without  BANQUET TO D. ROSS  Citizens of the Similkameen  Entertain  IT   WAS  ALL  RAILROAD  And No Politics���A Most Harmonious  Gathering.  PRESBYTERY MEETS  Representatives From   All  Points in Kootenay.  TWO CALLS DISPOSED OF  Ministers Entertained by Ladies of  the Church Tuesday Evening.  r  An old worn out watch requires considerable  expense to keep it in repan;. After years of  constant-'' ruunitig the delicate- parts become  worn and weak, aud will not do their work-  properly. The only remedy is to replace it  with   a   new   one   that   carries    a   guarantee.  Regina  ������ Watches  "__n_^r  _c y-js."��� ***fm? -Am  MIDWAY.  A. LOGAN & CO.  JEWELERS  GREENWOOD.  Early Season Goods  Ladies and'Misses  Coats and Skirts  We have the newest in  styles, the best in quality,  and the largest assortment of  ladies and misses Coats and  Skirts, for fall and winter.  NOW   IS   THE   TIME   TO   SELECT,  Mohairs For  Becoming Autum Skirts  na^^Mw^��**����  For your becoming  autum shirtwaist suit  make a selection from  our new   Mohairs   if  ��� - ...I-.-...- -->... -.,������,,,,-u������ yOU   wailt  something  handsome. Just received an excellent line of colored  Mohairs flaked with white threads, in new shades of brown  blue and green. Don't miss this, only 75c Just received  some of the prettiest Mohairs for autnm suits ia plain and  fancy checks.    Price only SI. 00.     .'*'���.  THE NEW FALL READY-TO-WEAR HATS of the newest cieations.  Our milliner will arrive next week.  RENDELL & CO  Store closes daily at seven o'clock, except  Saturdays at 10 p. m.  MIDWAY AND VERNON  Four  Corps of Engineers  at Worko  A FAIRLY  EASY  GRADE  Sub-Contracts Let for a Portion of  of the First Twenty Miles.  There are now four corps of engineers  at work oil the Midway and Vernon  railway Chief Engitie.r Lackie left  'yesterday "to"~g_ ~ove_~_~tlie-proposeiV  route and allot work for the engineers.  One" party is at present working be-  ween Rock Creek and Westbridge and  another party is working from  that poitvt up the West Fork  towards Wilkinson creek, a few miles  above Carmi. Engineer Snow will be  in this week to take up the work from  Wilkinson creek north over the summit, to meet the party under Engineer  Frank Fletcher, now working south  from Vernon. This covers the whole  territory so far as locating the line is  concerned.  Contracts have been let between  Midway and Rock Creek and the work  of constauctiou is going along as fast  as possible, taking into consideration  the difficulty in securing labor. The  railway will follow the north side of  Kettle river lo a point near Westbridge.  For the first sixty miles, between  Midway and Carmi, the line will be an  easy one to construct, the grade being  uniform with few difficulties in the  form of rock blu'Ts., Over the summit  between Carmi and Okanagan Misr-ion  the usual engineering difficulties in  a mountainous country will have to be  overcome. From the Mission to Vernon no serious difficulties will be encountered.  Construction on the first twenty  miles between Midway and West-  bridge will be completed by the end of  the present year.  Every man owes it to himself and  hia family to master a trade or profession. Read the display advertisement  ot the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy,  inthis issue, and learn how easily a  voung man or woman, may learn teleg  raphy and be assured a position.  From tlie Hedley Gazette.  When the friends of Duncan Ross,  M. P., in Hedley, decided to give some  tangible expression of their appreciation of the services rendered by him in  their behalf, they chose a fortunate  time in having the event take place  during the holiday, for by that means  they gave a large number *of people an  opportunity of attending and joining  in the general expression of  of approval of his cojrse on the important railway legislation before the  house.- ���':~  The event has come and gone and  the Gazett is pleased to say that the  local committee who had the matter in  charge have fully carried out to the  letter, (not their promise, for no promise was asked of them, but) their intention to make the function non-  political. If the people of Hedley had  been asked to give an unqualified approval of Mr. Ross' course, there were  many at the banquet board whoj being  unableto see eye to eye with him, on  all questions of public policy,-could  not have gone in with full spirit and  -accord as they* were enabled to do in  this. But with the broad principle for  which he strove in,conduct ing the icon-  test for a competitive railway in  Southern British Columbia, there is  no man, woman or child in the Similkameen who has at heart the truest  interests of the district, but can say  that he did right, and it was a gracious  thing and a proper thing to let the  function take this shape that all might  join in honoring him for it. ,  From the chairman down this idea  of a non political gathering was kept  in view, and- nothing transpired during the whole evening to mar the harmony which was bound to dwell where  such an idea) predominated. The railway itscf and the nature of the fight  to procure it, constituted a situation  that trenched delicately all along the  border line of political strife, but every  speaker was determined to give no  cause for offence and no one, unless  carrying^the,-proverbial chip-on,his  shoulder, could find reason to object to  a single thing that was said.  Findlay Fraser occupied the chair  and in apt words of greeting explained  the object of the gathering, calling to  his aid if. choice fund of anecdote to  illustrate his points.  Mr. Ross in responding to the toast,  "Our Guest," expressed his appreciation of the goodwill which the enthusiastic reception of the toast conveyed.  After mutual felicitations, he referred  to the V., V. & E. fight and said that  the passing of the bill is in itself  secondary in importance to the establishment of the pri iciple that the people of British Columbia should have  the same privileges that were accorded  to other provinces. ��� He related the  circumstances under which Manitoba  had been emancipated and said that  what had been gained for Manitoba by  asserting force had been attained for  British Columbia in a more peaceable  way. He had nothing against the C.  P. R., which had done its share in developing the country, and the building of its tracks was a national  achievement, but he denied its right  to control the destinies of the country.  There was more involved in the question than the mere building of the V.,  V. & E- It meant also the building of  the C. P. R. from Spence's Bridge  through to Midway, and he foreshadowed the building of a railway  from the 49th parallel northward to  Dawson. Leaving the railway question he deprecated the curse of sectionalism, which had done more than  anything else to keep the province  back.   Greenwood   Methodist   church   will  hold a harvest home social on the 25th.  The Presbytery of Kootenay convened in the Presbyterian church on  Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock.  The following ministers were in attendance :  Revs. W. G. W. lortune, Cranbropk, -  moderator; R, J. Douglass, Trail, clerk;  H.R. Grant, Rossland; T. W. Ferguson, Nelson; E. McColl, Phoenix; J. R.  Robertson, Grand Forks; Alex Dunn,  Fernie; D. K. Allen, Nakusp; H.  Farrer, Kaslo; R. W. Ross, Grand  Forks; W. T. Hamilton, Eholt; A, H. '  Cameron, Midway, W. G. Brown, New  Denver.and M. D. McKee; Greenwood.  On Tuesday evening the ladies of  the church entertained the members of  Presbytery and others at a delightful  dinner in the church. MayorNaden  welcomed the Presbytery as represent---,  ing an important factor in the moral  and spiritual welfare of the community. His kindly^pirit and hearty welcome" were much appreciated by the  members of Presbytery, and were reciprocated by a hearty speech by Rev.  W. G. W. Fortune, Moderator of Presbytery. A special vote of thanks to  the ladies of :the congregation and  friends for the splendid supper was  carri^-b^nmbtion of Rev. J. R! Robert-"*  son .;;-.���������.-. ..      . "������  Home Mission matters are always  among the most important for Presbytery consideration. It is expected that-  all the fields in this Presbytery will be  supplied duriug the winter. Rev. A.  H. Cameron will devote special attention to Midway and if possible another  man will be sent into the district west ���  ward. Rev. W. T. Hamilton of Eholt,  returns to college to pursue his studies.  Two calls were presented to ministers in this Presbytery. Knox church  Kelowna, called the Rev. A. Dunn of  Fernie, but as Mr. Dunn did not see  his way to accept, this call was declined. Knox church Revelstoke. called Rev. J. R.. Robertson of Grand  Forks and the Presbytery is to meet in  Grand Forks on Tuesday the 26th inst.  to consider this call.  .=._ Aif eature .o_.th.e_n eet i n gs_of _Presby_   tery is always to have a number of  special devotinal meetings. On Wednesday morning Rev. W. G- Brown of  New Denver gave an exposition of the  23rd Psalm, which was much appreciated. In the afternoon a conference  was held when Rev. J. R. Robertson  gave an address on "The Kingdom of  God" which gave evidence of much  thought and study and opened the way  for an animated discussion. On Wednesday night a public meeting was  held which was very well attended.  Two very inspiring and helpful addresses were given by Rev. W. G.  Brown and Rev. W. G W. Fortune on  the subject "The Value of the Gospel  to Society.'' A pleasing feature of  this meetiug was the singing of a  sacred song by Mr. A. M. Whiteside  leader of the Presbyterian choir.  The business of the Presbytery was  finished on Thursday at 12 o'clock. A  vote of thanks was passed to the pastor, session, managers, ladies of the  congiegarion and all friends for their  very warm hospitality Most of the  ministers returned to their homes by  Thursday's train.  Chamberlain's  Cough   Remedy   Aids.,  Nature.  Medicines that aid nature are aiways  most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy acts on this plan. It allays  the cough, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, opens the secretions, and  aids nature in restoring the system to  a healthy condition. It is famous for  its cures over a large part of the civilized world. Thousands have testified  to its superior excellence. It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result  in pneumonia. Sold by all druggists, *'ll*t*r'"*nTir~lir'in���Tir---*iiiTniiiii-n--"---i_n nn   '~f^r^tfJim^WmtimmV*~&imV'ti l  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /.   H.   HALLET t  Bakristkr, Solicitor,  no'cary  publtc.  Cable Address :       hai/lktt."  Cooks  Bedford "M'NeiU's  "j Moreing (k Neal's  ( TjOiber's.  Gref.nwooo,   a.' c.  J. P. MCLEOD   .  Barkistrr and Solicitor,  Oin-iciiS in P- O. liox 31.  REN'UEMvliLOCK Phone 81  Over Haul.: of Montreal       GREENWOOD K.C  .A.  ����� ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Alning and Un, ncerlng Surveys.  Residence:    Church St. 'Phone B15.  GREENWOOD, B. C  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  OHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engiwbi-r,   .  Dominion , an.    Provincial  Land Sura-ryor.  Office with Gaitnc, & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,    ;      ;      .-      :    S.   O.  PROVINCIAL LAMD SURVEYOR  RICHARD II. PARKINSON,  A. M* Can- Toe C. E.  Surveyor and Civil Engineer.-  Surveys  on 'Kettle   River   and   West  Fork promptly attended to at  regular  prices.  Address :    FAIRVIEW  P.   O., B. C  W. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting Mining Engineer.  Properties examined  and  reported   on.   "Will  take chartfe of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD.  B.   C.  T. F. SUTHERLAND  B. ac.  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  Shippers' Agicnx. Entire charge taken  of consignments of ore. Checking,  weighing, sampling and assaying  of samples.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  :?Wz��&^'  UOUNDARV   VALLEY    LODGE  "^^.'.'* "^ No. 3 8,1. 0. 0. F.  Meets every Tuesday'Evenitiji at SOO in the  I. O. 0. P. Hall. A* cordial nivi tiUionisex  tended to all sojourning- bretherti.  J.  "McCltEATII PliED  B.  UOI.MUS.  N. (*. Rec.-Sec  be held in both provinces, and  then the dicision "will be rendered  as to whether the majority of the.  people are satisfied with the autonomy bill or not.  Hopes are entertained that the  waterworks extension "will be  completed before the end of the  year, but no date has yet been  set for turning* Lind creek water  into the pipes. The system "was  to have been completed by the  1st of August, but as usual in all  great undertakings some of the  minor details were omitted.  Grand Fokks wants another  smelter. Other towns also want  smelters. Grand Forks wants to  borrow $30,000 as a bonus to another smelter. This is unfortunate, as it is said that Grand Forks  has already reached the limit of  her borrowing power. However,  if Grand Forks is considered the  most suitable place, the new "Dominion Copper company's smelter  will be built there, whether a  bonus is offered or not.  The Nelson Tribune is in error  in regard to the auth'oiship of the  "poetry" which appeared in last  week's Times. The Tribune is  equally in error in regard to the  name of the editor of this paper,  whichcan be found in the usual  place on the editorial page. ' 'The  Path the Calf Made" was handed  in, it looked good to us and was  published. It is not the custom  among reputable newspapers to  steal the editorial utterances of  others, and credit miscellaneous  matter to a person whose name  does not appear as connected with  the. paper. When the present  editor of the Tribune has had  more experience it is hoped that  the little subterfuges common to  the political platform aud pulpit  will disappear.  can find nothing to confirm the state  meut that some people here arc threatening to sell liquor without a license.  There is, however, a most pronounced  type of disgust noticeable here.  - 'The~new addition to CrowelPs hotel  will soon be completed. It gives the  hotel a very > solid and roomy appearance.  Burns& Jordan's camp, westof town,  presents the appearance of an embryo  city. ''''..'  The Townsite company are making  arrangements to again open an office  in town. They will occupy their old  building, and the safe, which since the  fire has been in the office of Attorney  Eeggatt, was moved back to its old  quarters.  Sam Flack, who will build Midway's  public hall on lots purchased from F.  W. McLaine, is at present taking in a  supply of ozone at Vaucouvdr, from  which place he writes that he will start  for Midway in a few days.  The new Chinese store and hotel in  process of construction ou Fifth street  more nearly resembles a New York  skyscaaper than any building in town.  t:-If anyone imagines the C. P. R.  agent and assistant agent have been  having a picnic they are badly mistaken. From August 1st to 31st they  received no less than 3,800,000 pounds  of freight. This also gives some idea  of what has been going on in Midjvay  during the same period.   ���  ;  The floating population in town ia  reduced somewhat compared to what  it was a week or two ago. This is  doubtless due to the fact contractors  aie now pushing construction work,  and are now using all available help.  Dr. Oppenheimer has been appointed medical health officer of the Midway and Vernon.  ^fflffiOlTOfflTO^  -Gbc  Boundary Creek Times  -Issued ewery fri dav  Duncan Ross _.... Managing Editor  SU _SCKI-TIO_-S" IN ADVANCE.  Per Ybak   Six Months   To  FOKEICN Cotr.VTKIHS ...  2 00  1 2*  2 SO  '-"whohI^-'la noT*  **-'-, *t\-.7'l'7'777^  FRI II AY. SEl'TEMIlEl*- IS, t')05.  Anothki* stage line from Midway to Greenwood this week.  The grouse in this district appear to have been fortunate since  the season opened.  There is very little danger of  the editor of the Nelson Tribune  making new trails, either mental or otherwise. ��  The limit of police patience  can be reached. It was reached  Sunday forenoon when a female  got out ou Copper street and declared herself.  NExt week Colonel Lowery  will commence regular monthly  shipments of his Claim >fron Nelson to all parts of the universe  excepting Toronto.  The two new provinces of the  Dominion-���Alberta and Saskatchewan opened up in business  last "week,   Elections will shortly  The Nelsou News today publishes a dispatch.from its Grand  Forks correspondent to the effect  that the Dominion Copper company has selected its smelter site  a short distance north of the  Granby smelter. After interviewing Mayor Hammer and: a  number of other prominent citizens on the subject, we regret.to  say that the story is, like a great  deal of other "stuff'' sent out  from this town, absolutely untrue. Although it is generally  believed     that  ��� Grand     Forks'  chances of sel*unn~g~th~is_"snTerte:r.  are excellent, nothing of a definite nature will be known until  the council passes the bonus bylaw and the Dominion Copper  company's ^surveyors examine the  various prospective sites. The  News should call ','30" on this  class of "journalism." The  people of Grand Forks do not  wish misrepresentations to go  abroad. They feel that if the  truth is told about the community  and its resources that it is the  best possible advertisement that  could be given it.���Grand Forks  Sun.  MIDWAY NOTES.  From the Star.  The new Presbyterian church will,  it is expected, be ready for the initial  opening towards the end of the month,  probably about the 27th.  Engineer Thomas of the Dominion  Copper company was in town Tuesday  looking over what Midwaj* had to offer  iu the way of suitable sites for the  proposed new smelter. He appeare,  more than satisfied with the locations  offered.  Ferry's new cooler is about completed. It contains two cells at the  rear of the structure, with offices for  tlie deputy sheriff at the front.  About four and a half miles of steel  Tias been laid so far, according to the  statement of one who has just arrived  i-t town from Curlew.  There trust be something wron*.*-  with that sp :cial dispatch from Grand  Forks to the Nelson Daily  News,   We  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  -S  CF*  CF*  <��H  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  9 9  Capital, all paid up, $14,000,000^      Rest--.-..-..$10,000t000.  President.   Lord Sxrathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. Geoxge A. Drtjmmond. ,.   ���  General Manager :   E. S  Clouston,  Branches in Lon^  Buy and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available In any partjof the world.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  *-���_  **-*>  *���-_  >*_  mr��>  **_  ���te,  *���=_  *_,  >__  *_���*��  insmmmmmmmmmmmmMmimi  TARIFF   COMMISSION.  Nklson, B. C, Sept. 15.���The  Tariff Commission will leave  Rossland Tuesday morning next  for Boundary, going through to  Midway on afternoon train.  They will return to Greenwood  same evening, remaining there  for night Wednesday, Phoenix  camp will be visited' and the  night spent at Grand Forks.  They will leave for Revelsroke  by Thursdays train.  9  _!  The presence of extensive gold deposits in the gravels of Seward peninsula was first definitely determined  iu 1898.  DR MATHIS0N DENTIST  Opposite Post   Office  ���^!M2M^*--'>^!**��M!-"!*---S'>^  I DAILY ST/_GE       f  y                               LEAVES: T  X  GREENWOOD 9:00 a. m.  %  y   MIDWAY   5:00 p.-'M,   T  _* t  ���J�� arrives: *f  X  MIDWAY  10:30 A. M.  %  $  GREENWOOD  6:30 p. M.  %  | FARE $100, ROUND TRIP $1.50 |  | J. McDonell, Proprietor I  S. BARRY YUILL  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER      AND  JEWELLER.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD  $ To Rent or For Sale.  !�� 4�� ���* 4r-Ar % *& 4* ���$��� Ar 4*- * ���$��� Ap *lr4-4'4'4��*^4-4,4'*l*-fr8.  *  Furnished or Unfurnished.  I COMFORTABLE 5-R00MED HOUSE  4�� ��� ���".������  With Large Garden.  NORTH   PART   ��F  CITY  �� Apply tp GEO. R. NADEN, Mgr.  iMMIffli  ,��*f* ��f.��f�� l|* <J|�� 'mfy *|* ��f* <%. Jf. Jfr <%> fytf.fy^> ��|< ty t|* tymft ��f�� ��|* <f*9S  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATE8:  $5 and under     3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  . "    $10       " " $30   10 cents  "    $30       " " $50   15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at. any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in the United States.  NEGOTIAKLK Af A FIXUD RATE AT  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money  ' with safelv and at small cost.  Greenwood Branch  -  - - -   - W, ALLISON, Manager.  WE ARE SOLE AGENTS  THE BOUNDARY FOR .  Evariste  Dupont  &  Co's Clarets and Sautemes.  Sanderson's Scotch. Whiskies.  ^Fromy^Rog-ee^&^Go's-Brandies.'^--^^^^  .Deinhard & Co's Rhine Wines.  .Red Raven Splits for High Livers' Livers.  Kinderlen's  "Freebooter" Gettuine Holland Gin.  '  Pabst and Calgary Beer.  ! GREENWOOD LIQUOR  COMPANY  We carry a full line of Bar Fixtures and Glassware  y^K-^X^^^^  r  ?  ?  ?  5*  ?  V  '?  V  t  V  Y  V  ���?  ?  ?  t  v  V  V  y  side  THE BARN WHERE IS KEPT  THE BEST OF DRIVERS AND  RIGS AS WELL AS SADDLE  AND PACK HORSES ARE ALWAYS  AT  YOUR  DISPOSAL.  1 Our Hay, Grain^^Feed Store i  | Livery  Can supply you wants in all kinds of  Chopped Feed, Hay or Grain! :    :  Phone 19. Feed Store Phone 124  GEO. H. CR0PLEY,  Proprietor,  ���-c-*^-*--*:----;-*^"^^^ OREEK  TIMES  VOL, 10 JO, I SEP, Id, 1905  THE WASTE DUMP.  To burn carbon to carbon dioxide  two and two thirds its weight of oxygen is necessary. ,  Some assayers- consider sulphuric  ���"��� acid superior to nitric acid for parting  low-grade buttons.  Sandstone is hard on diamond drills-  cutting the bits and rods and wearing  the diamonds badly.  For profitable wprking amber must  be found in large quantity, since it is  inadmissable to crush the rock'containing it.  First class c��r wheels are  made of  the best charcoal iron and have excep-  '  tionally   deep   chill.    Wheels   of   this  7 grade should last from 20 to 25 years.  In prospecting a. fairly well known  region by the use of drills, a solid bit  may be used to a point where it is expected ore will be found, after which a  core bit is used.  It way be stated that it is impracticable to construct smelting plants  of  .less than 30 tons capacity,   The daily  "   tonnage  capacity   is dependent   upon  ;   the composition  and.other characteristics of the ore.  In the Missouri lead districts, the  pyrite and chalcopyrite in the drill core  is considered an indication of the  proximity of lead ore, and if. is the  common experience that the lead  bodies are fringed with pvritic de-  *-.   posits.  Misplaced shafts and tunnels have  caused the failure of many a mining  company which had otherwise good  profpects. As a rule this form of mismanagement has been found due not  so much to a deficiency of technical  knowledge assto a lack of common  sense.  It is .estimated that the Irish peat  bogs are aapable of turning out 50,-  000,000 tons of fuel for 1,000 years. It  is claimed that this fuel is of high  calorific value, practically smokeless  and yields; no clinker. While these  estimates and claims may be technically correct, it is doubtful if they could  be realized commercially.  Caustic soda, soda ash and tannin  will attack boiler scale, and are ac  cordingly used in many boiler compounds. They cannot be given au unqualified - recommendation, however,  inasmuch as the first and last are more  or less injurious to the valves, gaskets  and boiler. Sodium tiiphosphate is  is excellent for the purpose, but the  cost is usually prohibitive.  One of the most striking examples of  the value of the diamond drill was the  discovery of .the great deposits of lead  ore in southeastern Missouri, Owing  to the horizontal structure of the rock  formation in that district, and the fact  that the ore bodies are overlaid with  a stratum of magnesium limestone,  there were no outcrops and it is probable that but for the diamond drill   these__greatJead_hed*���"-_ would Dt: unknown.  The Republic of Panama retains the  right to all mines within its limits,  ���even should the vein or drift lie below  the surface of private property. The  t owner of such property has the right  only to the surface and the subsoil be-  longs to the nation. However the  owners "of laud overlying mines which  are ceded or leased by the government  have a right to remuneration * for the  use of the surface of the laud by the  piospector as provided by law.  A Hungarian chemist has recently  discovered a process 'for rendering  building materials proof against the  effects of time. It asserted that the  substance, which he hr.s named zorcue,  doubles the density of stone and renders it waterproofr The discovery is  the result of a Jong series of experiments made ou some specimens of  mortar in Grecian ruins, showing a remarkable preservation. The following experiments are illustrative of the  effect of eorene: A piece of ordinary  and easily breakable slag after emersion in zorene defied thr*. full blow of  ahammer. There was the same effect  no ordinary bricks and a block of red  jarrah wood All three were then immersed in Water for a long time.  When taken out and weighed with  delicate scales the presence of a single  particle of added moisture could not b*:  detected. Two pieces of steel submitted to an ammonia test equal to five  years' exposure to the air emerged  from the bath as they entered it. An  ordinary table knife which had lain  open five months did not show the-  slightost stain. Professor Brunn asserts that he will be able to make roads  dust, germ and waterproof, thus giving a commercial value to hundreds of  millions of tons of slag which.is now  useless in the mining and smelting  districts. His discovery will at the  very least double the life of the metals  exposed to the air, such as in bridges,  railroads^ vessels aud tanks.  Drill holes sometimes run through  very porous spots which rapidly absorb  the water rising from the bit so that it  never reaches the surface. Various  means are used to stop the leaks in  these holes; mixtures of bran, sawdust  or manure mixed with water being  pourea into the holes.  The greater part of the.world's consumption of quicksilver is satisfied by  the older mines. Besides the older Al-  maden mines, worked by the Rothschilds under a renewal government  agreement for ten years from 1900,  there are commercial deposits in the  provinces, of'-.Aimer ia, Granada and  Oviedo in Spain. '  Recent experiments in the preservation of steel favor the use of a coat of  adhesive material, followed by parafine  paper which is then painted. Results  are pronounced excellent.  By heating the air blast the capacity  of a smelting furnace is nearly doubled  over that of a sold blast furnace.  Mrs. C. G. Brown of Spokane who is  in charge of the art department of the  Washington State exhibit at the Lewis  & Clarke exposition, has returned to  Spokane to'prepare for the art exhibit  which will be given this year at the  Spokane Interstate fair, October 9 to  15. Her work at Portland will give her  many ideas which she will use to make  the art department at Spokane better  than it ever has been. The management of the fair has permitted Mrs.  Brown to offer a fine premium list for  the art students. It can be secured  by addressing Mrs. C. G. Brown, Pennington hotel, Spokane, or Robt. H.  Cosgrove,'manager of the fair.  A,little forethought may save- you  no end of trouble. Anyone who makes  it a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remed}' at  hand knows this to be a fact. For sale  by all- druggists.  "Wood's __tts$ho3i_.e,  " The Great English. Jtcmedy.  A positive cure for all forms oi  .. _  _ _    Sexual Weakness, Mental and  Bia'uiiH and aii-tkr Brain Worry, Emissions, Sper-  matorrhoea, Impotcncy, Eifcets of Abase op  Excess, all of which lead to Consumption,  Infirmity, Insanity and an early crave. Price  ��1 per pke., six for I*>5. Ono will please, six will  euro. Sold by all druggists or mailed in plain  packageon receipt of price. Write for Pamphlet.  The Wood Medicine Co., "Windsor, Ontario.  >S!SS____S__��-SS_ftS_8_g  This Boot is waterproof and  the greatest wear reslster you  ever snw. A word of description.  MEN'S b'ISIi GRAIN BOOT;  round toe last with heavy single  sole and slip. Ask voir dealer  to show it to you.  MANUFACTURED   BY  U  i uu. L  V.  m  VANCOUVER.  ��___!__SggSSS_5_��,-'-ss  B.   C.  *_?>��_*"_:__'"':  FLOYD & COX. Proprietors  PME MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of th***- city.  NOTICE.  In the matter of the " Land Registry Act." and  in the Matter of the Title to the South Half  of Lot i 6, Block " D," Map 28, Greenwood  City.,  WHEREAS Certificate of Title cf Fran  cesco Fera, being Certificate Number  3043a, to the above hereditaments, has been  lost or destroyed and application has beeu  made to nie for a duplicate thereof,  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a duplicate Certifica-)e-of Title to the above hereditaments-will be issued at the expiration of  one mouth from the date hereof, unless in the  meantime valid objection to the contrary be  made to nie iu writing.  .band Registry Office, Kamloops, B. C, August  18, 1905. . W. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar.  Synopsis of Regulations Governing ts Disposal of Dominion Lands within t e  Railway Belt in the Province  British Columbia. "  A LICENSE to eut timber can be  acquired only at public competition.  A rental of $5 per square mile is charged  for all timber berths excepting those  situated West of Yale for which the  rental is at the rate of 5 cents per acre  per-annum. ���   7  In addition to the rental, dues'at the  following rates are charged:��� .;       ���  Sawn lumber, 50 cents per thousand  feet B. M.  Railway ��� ties, eight and; nine feet  long, \y% and 1"^ cents each.  Shingle bolts, 25 cents a cord.  All other products, 5 per cent on sales  A license is issued as soon as a berth  is granted but in unsurveyed territory  no timber can be cut on a berth until  the licensee has made a survey thereof.  Permits to cut timber are also granted at public competition, except in the  case of actual settlers, who require the  timber for their own use.  Settlers and others may also obtain  permits to cut up to 100 cords of wood  for sale without competition.  .  The dues payable under a permit are  ��150 per thousand feet B. ��� M , for  square timber and sawlogs of any  wood except oak; from j. to: 1>_.'cents'-  per lineal foot for building logs; from  YlYz to 25 cents per cord for wood; 1  cent for fence posts; 3 cents'":for railway ties; and 50 cents per cord" on  shingle bolts.        - :      7  Leases for grazing purposes sreiis-  sued for a term of twenty-one years  at a rental of two cents per acre per  annum,  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not more thau 320 acres  may be acquired by one individual or  company.  Royalty at the rate oi* 10 cents per  ton^of 2,000 pounds is collected on the  gross output. ~   --=^=~=r=  Entries for land for agricultural purposes map be made personally at the  local land office for the district in  which the land to be taken i, situated,  or if the homesteader desires, he may,  on application to the Minister of the  Interior at Ottawa, the Commissioner  of Immigration at Winnipeg, or the  local agent for the District, within  which the land is situated, receive au  thority for some one to make entry for  him.  ���* A fee of $10 is charged for a homestead entry.  A settler who has received an entry  for a homestead is reduired to perform  the conditions connected therewith  under one of the following plans:  . (1) At least six months'residence on  and cultivation of the land in each  year during the term of three years.  lt is the practice of the Department  io require a settler to bring 15 acres  tinder cultivation, but if he prefers he  may substitute stock; and 20 head of  cattle, to be actually his own property,  with buildings for their accommodation will be accepted instead of the cultivation.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the  father is deceased) or any person who  is eligible to make a hontesteod entry  under the provisions Of the Act, resides upon a farm in the vicinity of  the land entered for by such person as  a homestead, the requirements of the  Act as to residence prior to obtaining  patent may be satisfied by such person  residing with tbe father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his peimanent  residence upon farming land owned by  him in the vicinity of his homestead,  the requirement, of the act as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  - Application for a patent should be  made at the end of three years before  the local agent, sub agent or a homestead inspector.  Before making an application for a  patent, the settler must give six  months'notice iYi writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his intention to do so.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy of the Minister of the  Interior,  *��i--a ���!��������������� �����*���:������:�����-ft �������#*��-��'**!-�����  j'.!-  ;*i         _   ^   *If ft  * I** *"' ft I* :������ -���' 'If -t- -5 ft ii Si' ft ti *!f i** * ** X  st- *  ;>t        -"Sbsa**        __n_2- JL  J*_    __.     roars'        tarf"        ��  fc ft  k�� # �����*���*����� a ���* ���* �����ft����� * ft ft ft if -j* ft * ft ft o ft ��ft ft * * ftft �� ft ft ft  B  c  uiiiiiicii-uiiin wST). 20  ^���***k ***������%�����-_ _-v_  ���f^ /���"������j _ _������_ or  Larger nnd better than ever. -Everything" new  . and up to date. All kinds of open air attractions  Each day something' interesting. You will meet  old friends there. Single fare on all lines of  travel.    Write for Prize List.  J. E. ANNABLE, Sec.  0<"i-0<K-'00<>0<---00<KKX-*^  1905rSeptember 27 to October 7-1905  Under  the  auspices  of   tbe   Royal  :���-���-.;     ;   Agricultural and Industrial Society.  7--7 Stupendous and comprehensive  array   of  Exhibits  representing the resources df all Canada.  $100,000 IN PRIZES and ATTRACTIONS $100,000 i  .Enlarged grounds, new, handsome and spacious buildings.  WORLD'S   CHAMPIONSHIP' EVENTSin  Rowing   and   Lacrosse,  Horse Racing, Broncho Busting, Military Parades and Exercises.  ROYAL IRISH GUARDS and otherEamous Bands.  GRAND WATER CARNIVAL���Parade  of  Fraser river fishing fleet,  '.-'V patrol boats, II. M. warships,llndian War Canoes, etc. Indian sports  For all information write  W, H. KEARY, Secretary and Manager,  ~t'-'- New Westminster, B. C.   $  ,     . ''"���'.'���' ' O  0<K>OCK-K>CK>O<'K**<KX"H--^^  6����-��-S->-f!6��-S-!!����-��-!(-SSi>-S6-��*S^  *������������'������  S The best  a   . ���   ���  ���a  *  ��...  e  ti  ���������  ��  #. .   '   '  ��  e      ;.  #���  �� '.������'.'  8  KNOWN  GREENBONESJeUT FRESH  THREE TIMES PER WEEK"  '* ���  ���  *>  ��  ��  ��*  #  *-  ft  ft  ti  .   ft  '   ���*"  '    ft-,  ft   ft---  ft  ft  ft  . it i  o  ft  ft  ft  ft  <&  ft  I B  ft  ft  ft  9A��0��s��ft��*��_��*#��ft*��*�������*��� ***���������o<'-aft-s-aoo*, o6e��ftaftoftao��us��ofti��  0UB NSWSPAPE  25 cents per hundred at this ofiice Jl  MINERAL ACT 18%  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "C.liulstoiie"   Mineral   Clniin.    situali*   in   tile  Gu-eiiwond Mining  Division of Y.-ilt, Dis-  un.Kiin.'.'.i   i��....��..,i    ��/������      ....,   .....  trict.   Wliere locati-d: lu ('.rwiiwood camp.  T  Ce  rAKE IIOTICK that I, Isaac 11. IIal!i-u. as  agent for (ieorgu 1*5. Nailon. .re*.' Miner's  L'rtifieale No. I!HS503. Frederick 1!. I'cnilierton.  t-ree Miner's IVi titicate >'o. . l!S.">*i03, Howard  H. Keiinard. Free Miner'�� Certilicate No.It22tX5  Olive Pliiliijis-Woolley. Krei? Miner's Certilicate No. 1 JS95'>*>, and KdnuHid T.Wi.;l-:\viif.,I*i(.'*-  Miner's Certilicati; No. Ii8(M27. inteiicl. sixty  davs from the date hereof, to ni>ply to tin*. Miu-  iiifT Recorder for a Certilicate of Improvements,  for the purpose of olitaiiiim:- a Crown (Irani of  the above claim.  \   And further take notice  that   action,   under  section   37.    must   be commenced   before   the  issuance   of    such     Certificate . ol    Improvements.  Dated this 25th dav of Jul v. A. D.. IIO5.  I. U. HALUETT.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of of Improvements*  NOTICK.  "Contention Fractional" Min.-ral  ("iriiiii. sit.-  ate in  the Greenwood   Miuin,   Division of  Yale  District.    Where, "ocated:    In  J'rovi-  dence Camp.  TAKR NOTICE Mial I, W. II. Chr.ppeUFre.*  Miner's Certificate No. IJ:)_.3"-. intend,  sixty days from the dale hereof, to apply lo  to the Slinint' Recorder for a Certilicate of  Improvements, for the purpose of ubtainin*.' a  Crown Grant of tlie above claim.  And further take notice tliat action, under  section 37, must be commenced before 'he issuance of such Certificate of Iinpro\emeiits.  Dated this 27th day of Jnlv  A   D. IOuS.  "M1NEHAT,  ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK.  ���T.liie Coat" and  "Delnionte" mineral  claims,  situate  in   the  Greenwood Minpii; Division  of Yale District.'   Where located: In Dead-  wood eimp. * ' . ���  TAKB   NOTICK   that  1. Isaac    II.    Hal"  U*tt. itclitijr as ajreiu  for Frodetic Keffer,  Free Miner-!'   Cerlitical, No. 1! Sfii7**, intend,  sixty days fnmi the date lnrreof, to applv to the  Miiilntr iVccirder   for  Certilicales of   liiiprovc  mciits for  tlie   purpose   of   ol.taiiiiuir   Crown  Grants of tip* above claim.  And   further take notice  that actions, under  section 37,  must be commenced before the is  stianceoi such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 2"*th day of April, A. D.. SW5.  50 I. H. HAL"LETT.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  N-yrjcK.  Lucky Shot Fraction, Myrtle No. 2, and North--  ern Hell Mineral Claims, siiuatu in  Greenwood    Minim*;   Division   of   Yale   District. *  Where localiil: In Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I Sydney M. Johnson,  aclintr as aire ni for Edgar J. Smith, Free  Miner's Cerlilic.-'te No. I'.y?S7,s. W. H. Hainbarv.  Free Minor's Ct-rtilicate No. I4.HSS77, Jos. til  TlnniiusiMi, Free Miner's Certilicate No. ���' ,525!  and C. II. Keeves. Free Miner's Certificate No".  li'iUC. in lend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifil  cate of Improveiueuts foi the purpose oi ob-  tainiinr a Crown <lrant of-the above claims.  Ami further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before Hie  isr.uance of stich  Certificate of  Improvements.  Dated this 2-kh dav of  July. A. I}.. I'*,.  SYDXEY M. JOHNSON, r*,_SS__5E?r,KS!ww*,*^_S���m.  -^tl*^---*"^*^"-  BOUNDARY  OREEK   TIMES.  Frank Spearing of P. W. George &  Co., Greenwood, and Bertha Mary  .Lawrence of Ely, Cambridgeshire,  England, were married in Nelson,  ���Thursday, the 7th ins*-., by Rev. J. T.  Ferguson. The Times extends best  wishes to the bride and groom.  A good place to stop when in Greenwood is the Queen's hotel. Good board  and room. Rates to suit the working-  ma-i's pocket.    D. Manchester, prop.  CHEAP RATES TO COAST,  *\re you going to Portland fair? If  so, why not go while the Dominion  exhibition is on at New Westminster,  and fake in both fairs for the price of  one? T.ie Canadian Pacific railway  will issue tickets to Portland and return at $21.15, good for 30 days, and  to New Westminster on Sept. 25th to  Oct. 4th, inclusive, good to return to  October Ulh, for $19.35 from Greenwood, with corresponding rates from  other Koctenay points. Commencing  Septeinner 26th and continuing daily  until October 26th, sleeper will be run  between Arrowhead and Vancouver  for the accommodation of Kootenay  passengers. For .tickets, reservations,  etc., apply to any C. P. R. agent or  write, to J. S.. Carter, D. P, A., Nelson, B. C.  NELSON FAIR,  For this event, which takes place  September 20th, 21st and 22nd, the Canadian Pacific, railway will" issue  tickets Calgary,' Macleod, Midway,  Penticlon, Rossland, Trout Lake City  and intermediate points, to Nelson and  return on September 18th co 21st, inclusive, good to return to September  25 at rate of single fare.  The combined output of all the  dredge manufactories is at present  about one machine a week. Preparations are rapidly being made, however,  to increase this 'capacity. It is considered that the increasing popularity  of dredging has resulted in placing  enough orders to keep the manufacturers busy for four or five years.  block prepared for this purpose where  the match splint is heated to a degree  nearl}* equal to that required to melt  parafine so that the parafine may not  chill on the stick when the splint  passes through it, but that the end  may be thoroughly saturated. The  chain moves on to the composition  rollers [where the match receives its  head, and then comes into contact with  blasts of cool dry air for an hour and  a half when it returns to the place of  beginning, just before reaching which  the matches are punched out of the  chain by an automatic device into  small paper or strawboard boxes varying in size containing T65 to 500 matches, the boxes having been fed into a  machine automatically. Two million  or more paper or strawboard boxes are  consumed each day in the packing of  matches in America. On .million and  a half pounds of chlorate of potash are  consumed annually in the manufacture of matches.  A Real Fair This Year J3C Better Than. Ever Before  The Twelfth Annual  A not infrequent source of accident  in British collieries is due to the eri-  gine man starting the engine before  receiving the proper signals. A recent  electric device designed to prevent this  form of accident makes it impossible  to start the engine until a circuit is  completed by the man at the top or  bottom of the pit.       ��������� .-  Natural cemezits set more rapidly  than Portlands, and do not attain so  high a tensile strength except after  long periods, when they may exceed  that of Portlands.  Picritc'is a new British explosive  which, consists of barium nitrate two  parts, potassium nitrate four parts,  picric acid four parts. It will not explode by tlie action of heat alone  under 360 degrees C.  The weight of the rope used iu hoisting has great influence in determining  the siy.eoLthe.engiiic. ���In. the i-a's* <>f  fin t rope its weight is frequently greater  than the remainder of the total load.  An anemometer is an instrument  used to ascertain the velocity and  quantity of air passing a given point.  It consists of a small finely poised fan,  the ohaft of which is connected to the  works of the indicating dial.  The great silver mines of Potosi, Bolivia, were opened in 1545, an Indian  having made the discovery of ore by  having accidentally exposed native  silver in lumps, in the roots of a bush  that lie had pulled from tlie ground. It  *s estimated that since the: discovery  cf the Potosi initios S2.000,'*(K*,000 worth  of .silver lia_ been extracted.  in the latest match making machine  the wiod from which the match splints  aro ui-uIe is pine plank, two inches  thick, which, after thorough drying,  is ros.iwed into lengths from one and  seven-eighths to two and one-half  inches, representing the lengths of the  matches to be made. The knots and  cross-trained parts are cut out of the  0b!.,i;lcs and tlio.s, blocks are put into  the iintninatic foedes of a machine, the  parafine and composition for the head  of the match having been properly  prepared and placed in their respective  I'eocjjiaoU-s, wiiore they can b, re-  plenished without stopping the machine. The I:.lives or dies that cut the  match .splint from the blocks are so  placed in head block of the machine  that then lh>* splints are cut they are  s-epar.it.:d by a quarter of inch, and  placed or set in ca,t ir-ui plates made  into an endless chain l��y link attachments. Ar each revolution of the machine: 4-t matches ;.re cut ands.'t, the  machine making from 175 lo 200 revolutions a minute. From the cutting-  end of the machine the endless chain  moves along over a drying or heating  THREE JURORS CURED  FAIR  OCTOBER 9 TO 15,1905  RA I L, W A Y  Wonderful displays of Pain's Famous Pyrotechnics, presenting- ���' mbe Fall of Port Arthur" in Fhrniiug- Fireworks  Larger Exhibits in every department of the Fair. Men's  Relay Race during- the Whole "Week. Fight entries. The  Finest Show of Live Stock ever held in Washington.  TJp-to-Date Vaudeville Program every afternoon and  evening. Beautiful Fruit Displays for Cash Prizes. Five  or more Exciting Races Daily. Spokane Kennel Club's  Big Annual Dog Show.  Indian Village and Indian Races  and dances.  Of Cholera Morbus with One Small  Bottle of Chamberlain' Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reined,.  Mr. G. W, Fowler of Hightower,Ala.  relates an experience he had while  serving on a petit jury in a murder  case at Edwardsville, county seat of  Clebourne county, Alabama. He says:  " While there I ate some fresh meat  and some sous meat and it gave me  cholera morbus in a ver}' severe form.  I was never more sick in my life  and sent to the drug store for a certain cholera mixture, but the druggist  sent me a bottle of Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  instead, saying that he had what I  sent for, but that this medicine was  so much better he would rather send it  to me in the fix I was in. I took one  dose of it and was better in five  minutes. The second dose cured me  entirely. ' Two, fellow jurors were  afflicted in the same manner and one  twenty-five cent bottle cured the three  of us."    For sale by all druggists.  As a striking example of the degree  of efficiency that may be attained in  in judging- the values of ores by inspection, may be cited the practice in  vogue in the Linares district of the  Spanish lead mines. Assaying is  practically unknown there and is not  practiced at the mines. The employees  have from long experience learned to  recognize slight -difference's' in the  grade of ores, and even buy concentrates from leasers on the basis of  their appearance.  Reduced Rates and Special Excursions on AU Railroads.  Concessions for Sale. HOWELL W. PEEL. Pres.  Write for Premium List and Race Program ROBT. H. COSGROVE, M(?r  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  This is a medicine of great worth  and merit. Try it when you have a  cough or cold and you are certain to  be pleased with the quick relief which  it affords. It is pleasant to take and  can always be depended upon. For  sale by all druggists.  Every man owes it to himself and  his family to master a trade or profession. Read the display advertisement  ot the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy,  in this issue, and learn how easily a  voung man or woman may-learn teleg  raphy and be assured a position.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  The only safe effectual monthly  medicine on which women can  depend.-Sold-in-two degrees of-  strength���No. 1, for ordinary  cases, ?1 per box; No. 2, 10 degrees stronger for Special  Case9, $3 per "box. Sold by all  druggists. Ask for Cook's Cotton Root Compound; take no  substitute.  The Cook Medicine Co.,      Windsor Ontario.  MAKES OLD THINGS NEW  Eiquffi -UCItCCr instantly restores  the brilliant newness and finish of  Pianos, Furniture, Picture Frames  Interior   Woodwork,    Hardwood  Floors, and all polished, varnished  or enameled surfaces.  It renews and redresses everything it touches. Revarnishing is  unnecessary, becauses scratches,  stains  and dirt instantly disap-*  pear,  leaving a smooth, brilliant*  surface.  Liquid UCJlCCr is not a varnish, but  a surface food that is absorbed by  the old finish, instantly restoring  the latter to its original brightness. Easy to use���only a piece  of cheese cloth is necessary. Dries  instantly.  One delighted customer writes  that it is worth $100 per bottle.  The price is only 50 cents.  Sold by  A. L. White, 01C  Opened up.*.  "v.?  JAS.  PETTY,    -'      Proprietor.  Q=*S=��  Our will be to keep the  choicest brands of imported wines, liquors and  cigars. A call is solicited.  Copper St.   A? I,.'white & Co  TELEGRAPHERS  NEEDED  Annual ly, to lill tlio new positions created  bv Railroad and Telegraph Companies. We  Want YOUNG MEN and LADIES of good  habits, to  LEARN TELEGRAPHY  AND R. R, ACCOUNTING*!  We furnish 75 per cent of the Operators  and Station Agents in America. Our six  schools are the largest exclusive Telegraph  Schools in the world. Established 2o  years and endorsed by all leading Railwav  OfGcials.  We execute a ?2*>0 Bond to every student  to fnrnisli him or her a position paying  from S-tO to $60 a month in States eust of the  Rocky Mountains, or from $75 to $100 a  month in States west of the Rockies, Immediately upon graduation.  Students can enter at any time. No -vacations. For full particulars regarding  any of our schools write direct to our executive ofiice at Cincinnati, O. Catalogue  free. u  of Telean  Cincinnati. Ohio.  Atlanta, Ga.  Texan-an.:, Tex.  Buffalo. N, Y.  LaCroise, Wis.  San Francisco, Cal.  At the crossing of Rock  Creel, on the main road  to Osoyoos and the  Similkameen.  Travellers will find  everv accommodation.  J. S. McLean  PROPRIETOR.  ���-.'Akrivr  6:20 p. ni.  ���5:15 p. in.  8:45 p. in.  4:25 p.m  6:00 p, in.  6:30 p.m.  RAILWAY.  The only all rail route between'points east  west and south to Rossland, Nelsou, Grand  Forks and Republic.  L/KAVE   :.,  9:45 a. in. Spokane  11:05 a. m.  '������>      Rossland  '9:20 a. m. Nelson  11:30 a. m.     Grand Forks  10:00 a. ni. Phoenix  "7:00 a. m. Republic  Buffet cars run between' Spokane aud "Northport  Effective March '5th, l'*05  In Connection With  GREAT  NORTHERN  RAILWAY  TICKETS. All To POINTS  SHORT LIN E TO  ST.   PAUL,,    DTJL,UTH,    M1NNI5A-  POINTS, CHICAGO and AIJ.-FOINTS  EAST. SEATTL/E, TACOMA   VICTORIA, PORTLAND and nil 1- ACIFIC  COAST  POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers,  Dining .and   Buffet  Smoking* .Library  o car.  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  For rates, folders and full -information regarding- trips, call on or address  a  ag-ent  of the S. F. & N. Rail-  w a v,-or ___=__,.���--t--^ ______=__  R0MUB TRIP  PORTLAND,  VICTORIA,    SEATTLE.  VANCOUVER/$2 2.7 5.  30  -DAY LIMIT--30  OPTIONAL, ROUTES  -AOL, RAIL, via SOMAS or  S. S. PRINCESS VICTORIA  Vancouver to Seattle  via Victoria.  DOMINION. EXHIBITION  New Westminster $19.35  Sickets   on   Sale   Sept.  25   to  Oct. 4, good to return till Oct. 11  Corresponding-  Rates   from   all  Kootenay Points.  TLIROUGH   SLEEPING   CAR  ARROWHEAD to  VANCOUVER' .DAILY   FROM  Sept. 26 to Oct. 26  For full particulars, first class or  tourist sleeper reservations, apply to  local agents or write  E.   F**..'  RED'PATH,   AGENT.  GREENWOOD,  E. J. COYLE. J. S. CARTER,  G.P.A.Vancouver D.P.A.Nelson,  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  H. A. Jackson,  g. f. & P. A.,  Spokane  Wash.  ' ���  H. Brandt,  c. v. & T. a.,  7sl W Riverside Ave  Spokane,  Wash  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of. Improvement.  "���NOTICE.  GEM FRACTIONAL-Mineral Claim, situate  in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District Where located -���On Wallace  Mountain. ,  TAKE NOTICI* tliat T Forbes M. Kerbv.  Free Miner's Certilicate No. H7JM5. foi nivse'll  and as agent for L. B. Peveber. Free Miner's  Certificate No. IJ-*(.321, J. II. Humphrv, Free  Miner's Certilicate No. p.$(.321, nnd Frank P.ir-  ker, Free Miner's Certilicate No. 15S5WO, intend  sixty days front lhe date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a CYnifical, of Improvements for tlio purpose* oi' ohiainiii-r a  Crown Graul  lo theabove claim.  And further Hike notice that action under  section .">". must be coiiisitetuvd before tlie is.  suanceof such certificate of improvements,  Dtited this l.*iih day of May. I905  1st is. Jim 7 FORBES M. ICi'KKY, Agent.  To F. F. Ketchum or to any person or persons, to whom he may have transfered his  interest in the,London mineral claim situate on Deadwood camp, iu the Grtenwood  Mining Division of Yale District.  You are hercuy notified that I have expended the sum of $1*00 for work oil, the above mentioned claims and S2.50 for recording-the ��ame  for assessment, work for one year, such being-  required and liecessarv to hold said claims for  the year ending, the Sth March, 1901 and 1905,  under the provisions of the Mineral Act and  Amending Acts and if at the expiration of  ninety days from lite date of first publication  of this notice in the Boundary Creek Times,  you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of  such expctuditu'i, together with all costs of advertising, your interest iu said-mineral claim  shall become invested in me, yuur. co-owner,  upon liliupr in the proper ofiice iu that behalf  the aflirlavit required by section 4 of tbe "Mill"  eial Act Amending Act, 1900."    ���  Dated 1st rune, 1905.    -.  ,-      GEO. ANDREWS.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To Charles N. Collins, his heirs and administrators, or to any person or persons lie may  have transferred his interest in the Hard  .Cash'-mineral claim, situate ou Wallace  Mountain, West-Fork Kettle River, in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale Dis-  ; trict.  You are hereby notified that wehave expended the sum of S_00 for work on the above-mentioned claim and S12.50 for recordiug-'tlie same  for assessment work for five years, such be'.ng-  required and necessarv to hold said claim for  the years ending-the 2nd July, 1900,. 1901, 1902,  1903 and 1904, under the provisions' of the  Mineral Act and A mending-. Acts, and if at the  expiration of -ninety days from the date of first  publication of this notice iu the Boundary  Creek- Times, you fail or refuse to contribute  your portion df such'expenditure together with  all costs of advertising-, youi interest in thesaid.  mineral claim shall become invested in' us,  your co-owners, upon filing in the proper office  iu=tliaCijeiialf"thc-ia1i'idavit-r*"cqiiircd'byise'ctiort~  4 of the "Mineral Act Amending Act, 1900."  .Dated 9lhJ une, 1905.  GEORGE M. MILLER  WILLIAM KINT2. .  In The County Court of Yale Holden  at Greenwood.  IN THE  MATTER   of the   Judgments, Act,  and   ~ ' ,  fN THE MATTER of a Judgment obtoiued  iu an action iu this Honourable Court.  Between Cosi:ns Bkotiikhs, Plaintiffs,  and  Jamks WrLniiK, Defendant.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  " Denero Chico" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yalo  District. Where located: In Long- Lake  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac II. Halle'.!, as  agent from for Edward H. Mortimer, Free  Miner's Certificate No. BSSC63, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the ".lining- Recorder for Certificates of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grams ol  the above claims.  And  further  take  notice that  action,  under  sei-tiou   37.   must  be   commenced    before  the  issuance of such Cerlilicates of  Imoroveineiits.  Dated this _'*t li dav of June. A. D.'l'U);".  I. H. HALLETT.  A  PLASTERS AND  GENERAL MASONS.  GREEBW����B,BC  TO THE DEPENDANT.  TAICI* NOTICK that by au order of the  Honourable William Ward Spinks, Judge of  this Honourable Court, dated the 2<itli day of  July, A. D., 1905,  IT WAS OK MCI"* I'D that unless cause to  tlie contrary be shewn by the Defendant, on  the filli 'lay of September, A. D. 19C5, at the  hour of 10:'!0 iu the forenoon, to the presiding  Judge iu Chambers, at the Court House, in the  City of Greenwood, tlie int**ri*st of the Defendant or a competent part thereof, iu the following lauds, namely: The South West Quarter of  Section IS in Township 67, iu the Osoyoos Division of Yale District, ltritishi Columbia, be  sold by the District Registrar at Greenwood,  County of Yale,according- tothe usual practice,  to realize the sum of SHW.fil, being- the amount  of debt and costs upon a Judgment obtained by  tlie Plaintiffs (Judgment Creditors) ag-ainst the  Defendant (Judgment Deb'or) dated the 17th  dav of September. A. D V'C', together with interest on the said sum from the .said date at the  rale of fiv.* per centum per annum.  AND IT WAS PURTHER ORDERED that  notice of the intention of the saidilDefendant to  shew cause against the said sale must be given  by the said Defendant to the Plaintiff's solicitor or his agent twenty-fouJ hours previous to  10:30 o'clock in the forenoon of the said 5th day  of September. A. I). 1905, and in default of the  sen-ice of said notice IT WAS ORDEKED that  the sale do take place as above directed without further order.  ANDlt'lIRTHER that a reference be made to  the District 'Registrar of this Honourable  Court at Greenwood, P. C. lo ascertain what  judgments forma lien or charge against the  ��ai J lands au.l to determine how the proceeds  of such sale should be distributed, and tore-  port all such findings to the Court.  AND FURTHER that the costs of and incidental to the application and order be taxed  and added to the Judgment debt.  Dated this 1st d:iv of August. A. D. K%,  'skal.) "WM. G. McMYNN,  Registrar.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES. iff  Has  been  a   favorite-  from  it birth,   as  is  evidenced by is popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading  Hotels either draught or  bottled;  Insist or having  "ELKHORN"  MADE BY THE  The new arrivals in the Furniture  Dept, include some choice examples of  the Cabinet Makers' Art in  DRESSING TABLES  * The very latest stvle of low construction Birch, beautifully finished Mahogany $22.50 each.  i> Solid Oak Dressers of similar build,  Heavy Plate Mirrors, 18x36, with wash-  stand to match���price, 2 pieces, $23.50.  LHave You Our Catalogue ?  ��^_^ / -Jb��fc  ^sssaEsa��^oRiA>BiC  00000000000000000000009400  H. BUNTING"  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  ,Etc,  ESTIMATES FURNISHED*  | GREENWOOD,   :��� B. C.  oooooooooooooo OOOOO O oooood  ��r ��S* ** fT ** ** ** K* ** ����* *" *���* *"*" *��� ������*���* #���  1S. A. Grierson I  IT IS TOO BAD*  Those of us who have worried lest,  in the bickerings of politicians over  the admission as states of New Mexico  and-Arizona, the name of the latter  might somehow disappear from the  map, will note with unaffeted grief that  a double calamity of just this sort has  happened up in Canada. There _ the  territories of Athabasca, Assiniboia,  Saskatchewan and Alberta have been  made into two provinces and the names  of them are Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the|other pairsufferingextinguishtmen I  which is a cruel loss and a great pity.  What the process or motive of selection may have been is not revealed. In  the case of Alberta one can guess that  the queer brand of respect for lovalty  indigenous in Canada causedreluctauce  to abandon the name which, though  euphonious enough, is certainly the  the very worst, since the least characteristic of the four.  The saving of Saskatchewan by the  same officials that spared Alberta is*  indeed, remarkable, since the chances  were that they would be duly inap-  preciative of its rugged grandeur and  intimate congruity with the stern  Northwest. Saskatchewan is not  beautiful to the eye, sweet to the ear  or smooth to the tongue; but it is a  most glorious name, nevertheless, and  its retention was a demonstration of  wisdom that makes almost pardonable.that of Alberta, or would if Athabasca and Assiniboia/each a linguistic  geni of purest water, had not been  dropped into oblivion. The abandonment of names'like those, possessing  every known and imaginable merit,"  was, in these days when the English  speaking nations seem quite to have  lost the nominative faculty, nothing  less than crimtnal���it was, indeed,  more than crimidal, .for it was stupid.  The Canadians may think that what  they call or do not call their provinces  is no business of ours, but it really  concern us in half a dozen ways, first  of all as loving neighbors and not last  of all as neighbors who just possibly  may, in some bright future help to  break down an absurd and useless division that now exists between peoples  obviously destined to coalesce in  brotherhood. So even today we have  a right to mourn for Athabasca, to  shed a salty tear for Assiniboia, to  exult over the perpetuation of Saskatchewan, and to sniff disdainfully at  Alberta.���New York Times.  IMPROVEMENTS IN GROUNDS.  Many improvements 'and changes  are being made this year at the grounds  of the Spokane Interstate fair. The  track has been worked until it is finer  than ever. The grand stand has beeu  painted, the office arrangement is entirely different and the midway and  ground arrangements have been  changed. The offices have been placed  under the south end of the grand stand  i s ..  i Mattresses A Mattresses  ? New j        Fresh  Bedding    T jUSf  Up to Date R     Arrived  Y'..";  Pure Silk Floss .$16 50  No. 1 Elastic Felt................. 15 75  Pure Cotton,    9 50  Pure Cotton Tops    6 25  Ticking, Fancy itripes  We have Cheap Mattresses  galore, Iron Beds and All Lines  of House Goods.  THE RED FRONT  AndOIC  flew and Second Hand Store.  A. L>. WHITE  Phone 16.  They are-far more commodious than  they were in the main exposition  building. The midway will be south  of the main exposition 'building* with a  broad street; through it. Concessions  will be placed along the track fence op-  oppoBite the exposition entrance. The  machinery exhibits will stand about  where the dog show tent stood last  year, the kennel club will move west a  short distance, the W. C.'T. U. headquarters will be built where the old  band stand stood.  Men with whistles, buzzers and  banners advertising the Spokane Interstate fair to be held this year from  October 9 to 15, are going through the  country. They hang the banners aud  give the whistles and bnzzers to the  girls and boys.  HIS DIFFICULTY.  I know that daily exercise  Is what I greatly need,  At 5 a. m. I ought to rise,  I sleep too late, indeed. 7  I could get up before the sun-  Andtakea little trot  Around the block, it's good to run,  But then I'd rather not.  I know that coffee, also tea,  And alcoholic drink,  Are very, very bad for me,  They are for most, I think.  I might abjure those habits vile  That noble brain besot  And drink cold water all the while,  But then' I'd rather not.  I know quite well it is not good  To live on butcher's meat.  A purely vegetable food  Is what we ought to eat.  A firm and manly will it takes��� .  And that is what I've got���  To give up cutlets, chops and steaks,  But then' I'd rather not.  I might reform in many ways,  There's need of it, I know,  And possibly one of these days,  Au altered man I'll grow.  But ample time you must .allow,  -  For, after r.ll, great Scot,  I want some slight enjoyment now,  That's why I'd rather not.  ���Chicago News.  As a striking example of the degree  of efficiency that may be attained in  in judging the values of ores by inspection, may be ciled,the practice in  vogue in the Linares district of the  Spanish lead mines. Assaj'ing is  practically'unknown there and is not  practiced at .the mines. The employees  have from loug experience learned to  recognize slight differences in the  grade of ores, and even buy concentrates from leasers on the basis of  their appearance.  THREE JURORS CURED  Of Cholera Morbus with One Small  Bottle of Chamberlain' Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy-  Mr. G. W. Fowler of Hightower.Ala.  relates an experience he had while  serving on a petit jury in a murder  case at Edwardsville, county seat of  Clebourne county, Alabama. He says:  " While there I ate some fresh meat  and some sous "meat "an_~if~~gave~-m"e  cholera morbus iu a very severe form.  I was never more sick in my life  and sent to the drug store for a certain cholera mixture, but the druggist  sent me a bottle of Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  instead, saying that he had what I  sent for, but that this medicine was  so much better he would rather send it  to me in the fix I was in. I took one  dose of it and was better in five  minutes. The second dose cured nie  entirely. Two fellow jurors were  afflicted in the same manner aud one  twenty-five cent bottle cured the three  of us."    For sale by all druggists.  CAUL UP A 86  BMIEM  Where there is always on hand a good  supply of  HOME MADE BREAD,  CAKES, BUNS. Etc.  Fresh Stock of Groceries always kept  Phone us j-our order.  PAINTER  fc HOUSE  fc SIGN and  ^ ORNAMENTAL  fc Nice Stock of Wall  fc Paper to choose from  ?  Opposite theB. C. Hotel in Build- *  ?      ing formally occupied by the      *  ������ ~        ~~  Postoffice.    Phone 15.  \ Greenwood,  ��? ���*��� ** t? *? ie* *** ** # *-* ** # b* tf" ��*" ���*- ��f  B.C. 5  <-*��$>��^><^>*X'><--:'><-*<~:*^^  |        VICTORIA  HOTEL.  G.   GUNDEBSON  PROPRIETOR.  Finest wines, liquors and  cigars at Bar.  First class Dinin? Room in   ���!���  connection- y  gg4>4.4-. 4.4*4.4. 4*4��4*4*4*-'l[)4��4' 4* 4*-4-4* 4�� 4* A* 4- ����X  4  4-  4��  *  4��  4-  4��  4��  4��  THE  LIMITED.  Electric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting-, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.   :  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  ���4*  ����=-  4*  ytty^_*\b*f.fy*frfyfyfyfy&fy$tyfyA?fyfyfyAt^A,'%t4t$k&  *-.��#*#..,aa#-#'H*-.-**s#*S'-#M'^ &**$# i��##v������H��-J-  -^ listen:  ^ WE WANT YOUR TRADE  and are always wide awake   to satisfy your  |  .wants-not like the policemen who sleeps his  shift through.  5 For a  Good Dinner  or Short Order %���  if  ft  ...Try The...  ..WINDSOR CAFE..,  HARRY COUTTS. Proprietor  ave You  Made that resolution to begin the new  .year right by buying your Meats, Fish,  Etc.  at the  UNION   MEAT   MARKET.  7>  ���I Call  That's us  T. P. FLOOD,     Prop.  $-$/��'Wv\/>./WAa/*'*w*'W'W>'V.<-'-'\*'  V^fW^lil  Before buying Lots see me  for prices  FR  C. P. R. Land Agent.  GREENWOOD, B. G.  ���x^x*-**:---*^  DEAURS IN  :.  FURNITURE, x CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  COPPER* STREET, GKEENWOOn.  V  ?  ?���  y  x  y  y  y  ^x..:~X"X*>��x---'X''<x~x��  \^?NB3��R  FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS.  ���x~x~x-K--<-*-'*x^ a  ���TEL.  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout with electric lights.  We offer special inducements to travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms iu the city.    Our  bar  excells  all others.  SI  l  If BOUNDARY OREEK   TIMES.  <r  W  AND SUPPLIES  amUMMM  We are  ERS  If or all your Needs  in the School Line.  Prices Right.  Booksellers,   Stationers,   Wall  P.i'jer Dealers, Etc., Etc. Etc.  ^=  -J  TOWNTO TICS  Mrs.   Duncan  Nelson.  Ross   is   visiting   in  Dr. Foster returned from the coast  Monday  Jas. C. Dale left yesterday for Carmi  on the West Fork.  Call at Galloway Bros, for fresh apples and cabbage.  P. Welch, the V., V. & E. contractor, was in the city Wednesday.  Mrs. J. P. Flood leaves tomorrow  for a three week's visit to Spokane.  S. T. Larson of the Riverside hotel,  Rock creek was in the city Tuesday.  A. Branson arrived in town yesterday evening from  Sand  Point, Idaho.  B. F. Pelch, manager for Rendell &  Co., Returned Wednesday from Regina, Sa's.  H. E7 Macdonell, district freight  agent of the C. P. R. was iu the city  this week.  W. T. Smith returned this week from  a month's visit to Spokane and the  Portland Fair.  Millinery! See those up-to-date,  ready-to-wear hats just received at  Rendell & Co.,  Gold Commissioner Kirkup of Rossland is in the district this week collecting provincial taxes.  Arrangements are being made for  the organization of a lodge of.Knights  of Pythias at Midway.  Miss Henderson's millinery opening  on Wednesday and Thursday was well  attended by the ladies of the city.  R. Parry came in from Beaverdel Hast  week, where he -was doing assessment  on his claims for the past three months.  ���Fifteen-parsons=and-a-Salvation-cap-  tain visited the city- this week. No  serious disturbances have beeii reported.  The E P. U. mine has been closed  down for a few weeks to make necessary repairs to the machinery and  tramway.  George Andrews returned last week  from a trip through the Similkameen  and as far as the summit of Hope  mountain.  Mrs! Ed Stirling won the tea cloth  in 'the drawing at the hospital this  week. The. cloth was beautifully embroidered.  Assistant Superintendent Williams  of tine Greenwood smelter and Mrs.  Williams left Tuesday last to visit tne  Portland fair.  Here is a straight tin. The new Dominion Copper company's smelter will  be built at Boundary City, just 21 miles  from Grand Forks.  D. Carmichael, a cook, better known  as " Scotty." died suddenly at West-  bridge Saturday, and was buried at  that pi ii ce Monday.  Miss Young of Winnipeg has taken  charge of tho millinery department at  Wendell &. Co. See special display of  pattern hats next week.  J. S. C. Fraser, manager of the  Rossland branch of the Bank of Montreal, was in the city Wednesday unci  Thursday of last week.  Captain Bassingthwaight of the Salvation Army, Rosaland, was in the  district this week collecting for the  social work of the Army.  H, H. Pan nel of Midway leaves next  week on a three-months' visit to his  old home in Strathroy, Ont.  J. McDonell of Anaconda has started  a daily stage line between Greenwood  and Midway, leaving Greenwood at 9  a. m. and Midway at 5 p. m.  P. M. Arthur and A. R. Pope arrived in the city Saturday and have  accepted positions on the engineering  staff of the Midway and Vernon.  Since last issue Dr. Spankie has received the following contributions towards the ambulance -fund.: Mayor  Naden, ��10; Dr. Oppenheimer, $5.  A  woman  who  was intoxicated and  created a disturbance on Copper street'  Sunday  morning,   was  fined "$10  and  costs Monday by the police magistrate.  A slight error occurred in the item  referring to the Wabash in last week's  issue. Work is being continued on  the claim by Mr. Drum's partners -in  the lease.  The waterworks extension does not  appear to be "nearing completion"  very rapidly. For some cause known  or unknown to those in authority work  has been suspended.  G. C. Hodge". Steve Irwin and Willie  Howarth of the B. C. Telephone' construction line, were in the city yesterday. The line will be completed ^to  Greenwood next week.  Earge numbers of men have arrived  lately to work on the Midway and Vernon and V. V. & E., and the camps  along the line of construction on both  roads are rapidly filling up.  Mrs. J. M. Sutherland and Miss  Madge Sutherland, New Carlisle, P.  Q., mother and sister of T.F. Sutherland, arrived in the city this week and  will spend the winter here.  Ed Angrignon of New Denver spent  the past week visiting his brother  John Angrignon, foreman at the Providence mine. While here'Mr. Angrignon  look a number of photographs of the  city and the mines suarounding it.  ^~The~Old"Timers'"sAss0ciatibl1^bf-"thei  Boundary and Okanagan will hold  their annual reunion and banquet at  the Lancashire hotel, Midway, this  evening. There will, of course, be a  real old-timers' time.  J. O. Thompson, with the Rnssell-  Law-Caulneld Co., left this week for  Carmi on the West Fork to develop  the Lillie, owned by himself and Win.  Morton. It is the intention to sink  from the 50 to the 100-foot level.  ARE YOU GOING TO PURCHASE YOUR  TALK THIS QUESTION OVER  CAREFULLY  Determine which store can reasonably do ' the best  for you. Such talk will bring you here. We court  cliscussion and investigation. We are now ready for  fall buyers. Our variety is fascinating7. Styles  were never before so elegant and effective. And low  prices prevail���prices consistent with high grade  goods. It is not a question of value in our store���  you know you will get your money's worth. You  have only to please your fancy.  See Oar Window Display of the New "Broadway Clothing"  THREE  LARGE.  DEPARTMENTS  THE  Russell-Law-Caulfield  Company, Ltd*  PHONE  2S  GROCERIES  HARDWARE  CLOTHING  -**->��  ttr__Ba_arfj'f_ff1W*UHb f  Dining Room  Our aim" is to suit the most  fastidious.    On the table  will be found all the de-  licies of the season.  A new cook  having  taken  charge of the cull in ery department -7 your-"-wants  will cheerfully be given  the utmost attention.  Special Rates to Steady Boarders and Roomers.  Mrs. Whiteside returned the past  week from a three months' visit to  coast cities including- the Portland  Jair..__0Miss_Whlte.i>jC..Torgn*to, who ac-  _�����:���>���>���;  *X'*��2hX'>*'X"X*"X''*X-',-X''*X'"X<hX^  *  7>{  ���jnm'S  CHOCOLATES  POUND.  American Beauties  75  Chocolates and Bon Bous  75  Molasses Brittle  50  Lowue3T's  85  Special Assorted  85  Violets ���  85  Surannes  65 .  JUST  ARRIVED  HAXl"*  POUND0  40  40  50  50  50  40  j   WHITE   BROS.'  <Mx��x*.x��x~x��x-^^^^  companied Mrs. Whiteside, joined a  Toronto party "of tourists at Nelson  Thursday last, with whom she went  East.  J. S. Colbach of Nelson, lately appointed superintendent of the Carmi,  arrived iu the city Monday and left  for the West Fork Tuesday. Mrs, Colbach accompanied him. Until he has  thoroughly examined the Mine Mr.  Colbach was unable to state what the  future policy of the company would be.  Frank Mosher and his partner, as  well-as-prospecting-, have-been-making-  trails on the West Fork, They cut a  trail from China creek to the summit  of the divide between the West Fork  and.Kelowna, a distanceof about thirty  miles. This is more work than the  provincial government has done in the  West Fo-k district the present season.  Miss Bessie West, who is lame, was"  in the city yesterday raising money  for her education, and 'succeeded in  gathering in a few cartwheels. She  has been working the same game in  British Columbia towns for the past  eight years.  It might be inferred from  this that her education was lament-  _al_y_ neglected during_her youth. .Her.  visits to Nelson have been so frequent  that the chief of police had to request  her to leave a few days ago. She then  promised to go to SpoKane, but it is  quite evident that she got on the wrong  train.���Gr-vnd Forks Sun.  Cured of Lame Back After Fifteen  Years of Sufferlnsr.  "���I had been troubled with lame  back for fifteen years and I found a  complete recovery in the use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm," says John G.  Bisher, Gillam, Ind. This liniment is  also without an equal for sprains and  bruises.   It is for sale by all druggists.  #$-}*-*$��*-'-'�����-'--*''tt&-$#tt^  AND WINTER  With their-long dark evening,, makes one stop and think how  they can be best spent for profit and pleasure. Why not improve  your time by taking- up music, or, if you are a player, please your  friends by entertaining them musically.  WE CARRY A VERY GOOD  LINE  OF  Guitars,  Mandolins, Banjos, Violins,   Flutes.   Piccolos,   Cornets,  Autoharps. Mouth Organs, etc. Self instructors-for each instrument  m  SSJg  ���sts  <_=<  DRUG  ��  ��*��������'J* "S*---*a-o*��*��*#*s$^  oWntain View  Hotel.  SITUATED AT SIDLEY, B. C.  HI On the direct travel between...  =*��$  -"*"**  m  *�����_  8S&  s*rfcc  <S"'"**>  5_fr��  MIDWAY, ROCK CREEK, OSOYOOS, FAIR-  VIEW, KEREMEOS and HEDLEY. B. C  Rigs and Saddle Horses can be supplied at short  notice.  km*  *ty-**_  P  m  M  m  saw  KM*  m  _-"-"���"  \-_^  ���aw?  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