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 gg=^V.OTt.<*��.TCTg"t~  V  JUL 101906  DR1A, B   ��  Vol. 10.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY   JULY f,, 1906.  No. 44  r  A  ing Feature  of this stores  is its absolute guarantee of satisfaction with every  purchase  large  or  small.      It   is pur  aim to  give  everyone their full money's .worth.     We call special  '  attention to the offerings for this week.  They're Exceptional  At 15 cts.  We will sell children's plain or lace hose,   all sizes,  tan and white, regular 20c to 30c.  '*- At 25 cts.  ���*-   -^  We will sell Ladies, plain or embroidered hose, black  only.    Regular 35 cts'. J  ~"     .At 75 cts.  We will sell 7 yards of  fine  print,   dark and  light  colors,  good patterns.  ^aT$i.oo   ~~  -We will sell 9 yds shirtwaist Gingham.    Regular  15 cts yard. '  25 per ct. Discount  on all our Is dies silk belts.    A  beautiful' assortment  of these to choose from.  ' Blouses all at a great reduction.  ICxtra special value in Ladies white wear.  '  CAMPING PARTIES  Spend Holiday by the Kettle River.  WITH THE REEL AND FLY  Trout Fishing the Favorite Passtime  But the MosQuitoes Did More  Biting'Than the Fish.  ��"_ro/?.___y  > REPAIRING  Does your Watch need a new Spring,  Crystal, Hand or any other part, or  does it need cleaning or regulating?  If there  is something wrong* with it  ���  =BK1JNU_1T-TU-  Green-  wood  A. Logan & Co,  Official Agents.  Midway,  Quite a number of Greenwood people sought rest and cooluess on Dominion Day by going on a fishing trip'to  the shady banks of the' Kettle river  beyond Rock creek. Several different  parties went up. Some went on Saturday, some on Sunday and some ot.  Monday, but they all got there just the  same, and so far as is known they all  got safely home laden with fish and  fish stories. Among those who went  up on Saturday were James Birnie and  C. H. Vernon, William Allison. T. H.  Patterson and T. S. Palmer. Mr.  and Mrs. Ed. Anderson and Mr. Dill  and Miss Hallett went up early Sunday  morning, and early Monday a party of  eight, including Mr. and Mrs. Al.jx  Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Blanshard  Snyder, William Young of Cran-  brook, Miss McCutcheon and Mr. and  Mrs. H. O. Lamb left for the "four  way lodge" at James Creek, All those  who made the trip found il most enjoyable and only wished that Dominion  Day would last all summer.  Mr. Birnie ami Mr. Vernon piu-hed-  their lent and slung their kettles about  midway between Rock Creek and James  creek. Messrs. Allison, Patterson and  Palmer located about two miles beyond  James creek, and*met with good success, catching some eighty trout.  Messrs. Birnie aud Vernon were happy  in the selection of an excellent camping place and they were fortunate  enough to hook some forty-five good  specimens of the finny tribe. The  water waa very deep and they were  Obliged to keep close to the shore,  otherwise they would have had much  better success.  THE BIGGEST CATCH.  Mr. Allison was the bravest fisherman of allothe camps. He waded far  amid stream, at times breasting the  waters in search of big fish and was  rewarded by securing the best catch of  all. Mr. Dill was also a fortunate  fisher____1^__r_.whjle_ihe.did���'ot_excel.  iu numbers, he landed one of the largest trout caught by any. Its size is  variously stated from eighteen inches  to three feet. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson  were patient fishers and kept bravely  at it morning, afternoon and night,  and enjoyed the sport fully as much as  did the fish that got away and those  that basked peacefully at the bottom of  JLimual  Mid-Summer  Commencing Motukiy, July 9th, and running for two weeks only, we will  place on sale at greatly reduced prices our complete stock of-Summer Dry  Goods,-Millinery, Boots, Shoes and'Men's Furnishings.  Do not fail to take advantage of this opportunity, but buy to the full  extent of your requirements. Another chance to buy staple and ^fashionable  goods at a saving of from twenty-five to sixty per cent will not  be  forthcoming  again in the near future.  . -.ii.  Remember that money saved  is money made.  RENBELL & C��.  the deep pools and paid nn attention to  glittering flies tha* skimmed the waters  from the end of a treacherous line.  ROBINSON'S  CAMP.  The other party, under the direction  of Alex Robinson, had indifferent success, catching twenty iu all. After a  pleasant drive, camp was reached  about 11:30 a. m. Mr. Snyder took  charge of the culinary arrangements  and after the necessary preliminaries  the hungry party sat down to a tasty  lunch. The afternoon was spent in  the cool shade of the trees where the  mosquiioes held a pow wow and reception. The little pests were so lively  that one of the party remarked "if  they would bequeath some of their  surplus energy to the Midway & Vernon, the line would soon be built." As  the day passed on and the cool evening  approached, the ambitious party got  their "rods and reels and traces" ready  to catch all the fish in the Kettle river.  The cook had ordered fish for supper  and soon the banks were lined with  fisher folk and the honor of the first  natch fell to Mrs. Robinson. The  illusive trout were onto fie game,  however, and the cook was obliged to  wait till next morning to serve a mess  of trout.  "UP IN THE MORNING EARI.Y."  Next morning everybody was up  bright and early, and by 3:30 were  again making life interesting for the  finny tribe, and when breakfast time  came trout was plentiful and the cook  was happy. Tha best catch was made  by Mr. Young, who waded out into the  surging waters and hooked several fine  ones. These were brought to the city  and the genial steward of the Greenwood club can testify to their size and  flavor.  BEAUTIFUL  SCENERY.  Perhaps the most enjoyable part of  the outing was the drive backou Tuesday^ evening.- The air was cool and  the moon shone full and bright all the  way. The light fell across the roadway  making the drive safe and easy. At  times the moon was beautifully mirrored on the surface of the rippling  waters, while fai above towered the  dark mountain, sides casting dense  shadows in the valley below. The  roads were in excellent condition, es��  pecially between Rock creek and Midway, but that part of the journey was  rather dry, and when Midway was  reached there was a general call for  refreshments. The entire trip was  marked by pleasant incidents and a  general good time, and all wishea the  outing had been prolonged.  FRUIT LANDS.  Several members of the party, who  had never seen the country beyond  Midway before, were much interested  in the fruit lands of the Kettle Valley  Irrigated Fruit Lands Co., and avowed  their determination to get a few acres  oefore-prices--go^tsp.���The-luxuriant  vegetation on the ranches scattered  along the route was an indication that  fruit !.nd vegetables could be grown  with good success and already several  are considering the question of deserting the hot and dusty city for the cool  fragrance of orchards and gardens.  notes.  Midway looked with longing eyes at  the fishing parties as they drove away  and wished they would stay.  The fish that got away were far bigger than any that were i aught.  T. Hanson, the prosperous merchant  of Rock Creek, is enlarging his store  in anticipation of a large increase in  business.  Sam Larson, the proprietor o/ the  proprietor of the best hotel in his district, wishes Dominion Day came  oftencr and brought more fishing-  parties.  The roads beyond Rock creek are  more "holy than righteous," and the  farther you go the worse they get.  If the fish had been as good at biting  as the mosquitoes were, trout would be  more plentiful in Greenwood this week  than stones in Boundary creek.  NORTH FORK ITEMS  Pushing  Work  on Kettle  Valley Line.  MINES   ARE   ALL   BUSY  Second Diamond Drill Installed at McKinley.���Foundations and Lumber  tor New Buildings.  MARRIED  Fleming-Braem, at Curlew, Wash.  Miss Barbara Braem, of Curlew to  Daniel Fleming of Grand Forks, The  ceremony way performed by Rev. Dr.  Callahan of Republic. Miss Edith Huu-  ner was bridesmaid with Miss Mary  Helphrey as Ilower girl. The groom is  well and popularly known in Gran 1  Forks and tlie bride was one of the  belles of Curlew.  A quit wedding was celebrated last  Friday June 29th when Miss Mary  Blythe -And David McBride were mar-  rid at the maiue in Greenwood by Rev.  M. D. McKee Both youug people are  residents of the Rock Creek district.  "No. 2 camp, on the Hot Air road,  at the edge of Smelter lake, foui miles  from the city, is being fixed up and  work is in progress along the grade to  that point," says a Grand Forks exchange. "A temporary track has been  laid in the big cut near F. Miller's and  eight, cars are haulding the material  for the fill through the slough.  "The cut. will be 17 feet in its  greatest depth and will necessitate the  removal of 18,000 yards of dirt. From  the head of Ward's lake to Smelter  lake W. H. Fisher has a coutract of a  mile which embraces one big cut,of 22  feet in depth with some 30,000 yards to  be taken out. Mr. Fisher has.made a  vigorous start and has fuur months for  the completion of his contract. Five  miles out the grade skirts the rocky  base of the mountain below the C. P.  R. main line, and at this point Mr.  Tierney is taking loo,e rock to make  the fills0along the lake. This work  will mean the handling of some 13,000  yar Is of rock.  "A few miles further F. Lane and.  McAllister- and Lop lie have contracts.  Right of way cannps- a re^ strung along  the road for 16 miles, and half the  right of way is already cleared. At  present 300 men are working, the force  will be increased by 100 more next  week, and will reach SOO by the middle  of July. Nothing will be decided as to  the date of commencing the bridge  over the river in the city until Mr.Warren comes out about July 15th. By the  energetic way in which the contractor  is pushing the construction it should  be possible to lay steel a long way up  the river before snow flies. .  MINING NOTES.  "Supt.* A. D. McPhee, of the McKinley, came down from Franklin la_t  Tuesday, and left again for the camp  with A. B. Mackenzie of Rossland,  secretary of the McKinley company.  Mr. McPhee is increasing the force of  men-at���the���mine,���being-anxious-to-  push on development work aud show  up the ore as fully as possible in the  near future. The second boiler for the  diamond drill was taken up by Dave  Evans the other day. Both drill, will  be worked on the McKinley and subsequently removed to the Banner. Nine  hundred and forty-five feet of drilling  had been accomplished when Mr. McPhee left the camp on Tuesday  "Rube Hull left recently for Frauk-  liu camp to do development under the  -terms of the bond to the McKinley  company 011 the Pay Ore, the Gold  King, the Oversight and the Valley-  view.  "Frank Fritz and Joseph Pringle  were in town lust week bringing some  soeciinens of ore from th. Crystal  Copper, oil which they have been recently woi king. Both men will leave  for Thunder Hill camp shortly.  "L. A. Snider of Nelson, returned  from a trip to Franklin last week aud  was greatly impressed with the showing at the McKinley. Maple Leaf aud  other properties. He is a man wliose  wide experience -.-round mining camps  gives an added interest to his prophecy  that next year she will be a "hummer.'  "The foundations for Lequime's hotel  are ready and 2��",000 /est of lumber are  piled a mile from the towusite awaiting*  the completion of the w_gou road to  that point. Th, stage line had two  rigs on the route on Ttiur&day, several  miner.-, goi.ig up to the McKinley,  Pathfinder aud other points.  "George McLeod left last Saturday  inoruiug with two miuiug men to look  at the Maple Leaf.  Makkied - Graiit-Burgen. At the  residence ot the Baptist minister,  Biden block, Grand Forks, on Monday,  June 25th, by Rev. F. W. Auvache,  Ernest Grant of Vancouver, to Maud  Burgen of Phoenix. -  Do Not Neglect Your Bowels.  Many serious diseases arise from  neglect of the bokveia. Chamberlain'*  Stomach aud Liver Tablets are a pleasant aud agreable laxative. They invigorate the liver and regulate the  bowels.    For sale by all druggists, PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  J. R   BROWN,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Tel. 92. Notary Public  Offices, W.-illacc-Mil.'er'Block,  Gk-EKNvvood, B. C.  F. M. LAMB,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  o     Office Willi F. W. McT(aiiie.  Copper Street. Gr KEN wood, B. C.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  VV. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting Mining Engineer.  Properties examined  nnil   reported   oil.    Will  lake cliai-jre of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE."  Tlie following table -rives tlie ore shipments, ol' the Boundary mines for I'lOO, 1101, l'.>02, ITO"*,  1*1.1. 10(15:11111 VXVi, as reported tothe lion Hilary Creek T-imeS:  GREENWOOD.  B.   C.  A. HARRY H00K  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  Control and Umpirk  Assays a-Sprciat/i-y.  jEe**Sampies  received   by mail   or express, assays and returns  made next day.  Correspondence Solicited.  GREENWOOD,    ,���?    B. C,  F.EDWARD BROWN  Accountant and-Auditor  Commercial and Mining Accounts  solicited. Acting secretary for.Mining  Corporations. Greenwood, B. C,  BOUNDARY   VALLEY    LODGE  No. 38. I. 0.0. F.  Meets every   Tueselav   Evening at 8 00 in  the  I. <��>. O. P. Mall.    A' cordial  invi tntion is e,  tended to nil sojourning hrellierii.  H. II. HUFF, ' S. E; HRT/r,        '  N. G. Rei'.-Sec  MINK. CAMP.  dauby Mines Phoenix  Snowshoe ]'hoe nix-  Mother Lode Deadwood  Bonnie Belle '.' Deadwood  rjrooklyn.Sleimvindr, Phoenix  Butcher Boy .Midway  Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Rose Summit  A tlio Is tan-Jiiclcpol, Wellington  Morrison   Deadwood  B C Mine Snnin it  R Hell Summit  Emma .Summit  Oro Dun oro ....Sum mil.  Senator Summit  Drey  l'ojr'e Summit  No. 37..' Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur Kintr Sum mi t  Winnipeg. Wellington  fjolden  Crown.. Wellington  Kinif Solomon W  Copper  Uijj- Copper W. Copper,  No. 7 mine ....- Central  City of Paris White's  Jewel Loii" Lake.-.  Carmi "West Fork  Rambler "West  Fork-  Sally West'"Fork  Providence C! leenwood  Klkhoru., , tireeuwood  Stratlmiore ('. reenwood  Prince Henry ('.reenwood  Preston Greenwood  Skylark- ('.reenwoo I  Last Chance Greenwood  K P  IF mine,.... Greenwood  Hay Greenwood  Mavis:,. Greenwood  Don Pedro Greenwood  Crescent Greenwood  Helen. Greenwood  Ruby.. Honudary Falls  Republic Hon Hilary  Falls  Miscellaneous   l'KIO  fi4.r>s*i  ,)7  5.340  V.101 1902 1903 1*301 1905 100,  231,7fi2 '309,858   39'*,7!S   549,703    |-.53,SS9    43(,,!*"��2  1.731      20.S00-    71,212        99,034    141,321*.    138,079    174,29.**   I74,5f"7    20  75.433  S02  7.455  1,200  550  150  10,494  47.405  1',8I1  5f.O  050  S.530  1.076  2,250  *.,040  7S5  025  STs  32.350     55,731  15,731  . 5,640  3,339  19,3d5  If.I)  fifo  2,000  350  22,937  15,,s37  3f>3  ,,2.43.-)  3,070  3,250  1,759  -,08i.  37,060  lf.,400  3,450  2.1,108  3,056  4,747  77.056  12  8,067  30,044  1,139  Past  Week  9,266  192  l,l."il  528  495  42  9,485  8.357  3,007  6,376  1.S33  264  364  482  '2,060  Hfll)  219  33  ISO  3SC*  993  400  30  32  145  770  15(1  20  CF*\  CF*\  CF*\  CF*\  CF*\  CF*\  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  G_*  C__  G=<  CJ_^  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  mmmm  Vfj  u # m u  "    'il_\  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.  Resl :SI0,()00,0!)l).  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $922,418.31.  President.    Lokii Strathcona and MountRoy,*.,.  Vice-President:,. Hon. Guokgic A. Drummonu. ' '-  General Manager:    10. S   Cr.ouSTON.  Branches in London, Eng.'��������� \&lJVig$$J(. New York, Chicago!;  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers-; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS .BANK" DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current, rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  *_��  *_*)  _  r\  i*_*  >,��  >*D  ���^D  >^P  >��?  N_*"  ><_9  >fe*9  s_,  iN=<*  s��9  *_*���  7iM2iMMMmMmmMmmmmmm$mMJK  THE CANADIAN BANK  3.230  00,6011  80  3,456  _*  63  590  15  92  15  20  313  60  50  300  5)0  60  750  l.an  155  .73  20  40  90  80  *.'0  500  20  To till Ions   Smelter Ireatnieiil���  Granby Co ;    62,38'  H. C. Copper Co.,.!....  ,  Dominion Copper Co   3-'0,80.i   5'"'*.**76   690,419   '.S2'>,S0"*   933,516   645,077  230.82>i  117,611  3I2.1I.) -101,921- 5'16,252. 6S7,08S* 461,565  14',690 162,013 210.484 210,8.-0 82,729       132,570     30,930     S|,'I5>    101,304'  Total  reduced  ........   62,3S->     318,439   460,'MO   617,401   837,666   932.87;   645.5''3  11,810  17,982  2,0SS  26,070  Paid-upCap_tal,$10,00,000.   Reserve Fund.' $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  ..,:.'Sb��      .  Boundary'Creek Times  Issued every friday  nv THE  Boundary CreeK ..Printing and Publishing  CO., LlMITKU,  Duncan Ross.... ....-President  H. O. TyAMii, Manai'.inp. Editor  SUBSCRT. TIOT"-, IN ADVANCE.  Per Ybak   Six Months   To Foreign Countries ....  2 00  1 25  2 SO '������  FRIDAY JULY 6 1906  A  COMMUNITY OF INTERESTS.  cut down in like man tier by long-  tunnels througii the high mountains.  In an 'interview'John Dean, ex-  mayor of Rossand, speaks of the  greats possibilities of the Asiatic  flour    trade.    The   Chinese   and  ,    t      t  Japanese are learning- to use flour  more aud more each )*ear, and  the market for it in the Orient is  increasing. The wheai. of tlie  prairies can be transported by a  short haul to tlie coast cities,  where flouring* mills will turn-it  into fiour. Then it will be placed  on the big- liners and taken to the  Orient. The making of flour  should become an immeuce industry at the coast and is certain  just as soon as, the mills can be  provided. The cars which bring  the wheat from the prairies can  be untilized to carry . back to the  farmers of. Manitoba, Saskatchewan, .and  Alberta,   lumber, fish,  and fruit.. This- will tend to  keep down to the minimum the  transportation charg-es..0 ���'.,'.'  ooooooocoo<>ooo<><-x>oo<>ooo<k>o  BANK MONEY ORDERS  IS8UED AT THE FOLLOW'NQ RATES l  $5 and under    3 cettia  Over $5 and not exceeding $10    Scents  "   $io     '��. ��        $30  10 cents  -   $30       ��*       ���    ��    .     $50   15 cents  '.'"hese 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.  NKCOTIAH1.1: AT A I--l\-_> RA1 , AT  i   THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  They form au excellent method of remit!in�� .small sums of money  .       .   . -with safety .uid at small cost.  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed on deposit's from SI npwurds ;it. cun-Qiit rales.  Greenwood Branch   - -  |-    -   W. ALLISON, Manager.  i  ���Every"*new=settler-in=the-pratne  provinces means another customer  for British Columbia, and the  people here shou'd rejoice when  thev hear that the immigrants  are rapidly pouring iuto that portion of Canada. This province  has what the prairie provinces  must have, and thev raise what  we will always need. In return  for our lumber, fruit, fish, and  minerals the provinces east of  the'mountains will sell us what  oats,4 barley, rye, etc. By reason of the fact that the boundaries of some of the prairie provinces abut our eastern boundary  in some instances, and iu others  are not far away, we have the  call on as much oi their trade as  we can suppy because of the  short haul, which is a facter in  our favor, as trade and traffic,  like water, moves along" the line  of least resistence. The American roads with the increase of  traffic, from east to west and  from west to east, have cut down  the irradients where the roads  pass through high mountain  ranges by means of long tunnels  The same practice is in vogue in  Europe, where they have the  longest tunnels in the world.  When the traffic between the  prairie province and British Columbia reaches larger propartions  than at present the gradients on  the transcontinental lines now  built and now  building,   with be  k_l___W���^  IIUI II"  Beer i i f  L  Hi  Has been a" favorite ^>  from it birth, as is )  evidenced by is popnl- ^  arity in all the towns <  of the Boundary.       (  For Sale at all Leading)  Holds either draught or. t  bottled.    .    t  Insist or having        >  "ELKHORN"        \  MADE T1Y THE <  !R A I L W A Y<  90 Day Round Trip  Excursions East  $52,50  Winnipeg,   PL Arthur,   Duluth,  St. Paul.  THROUGH EXCURSION"'-  .FARES'  Toronto, Montreal, Marau.ne  Provinces,  New York.      New England,  or application.  DATES OF SAT/TO  June 4,. 6, 7. 23, 25.  ,fl  July 2,-3, Auff. 7, 8, 9,  Sept. 8, 10.  Tick*1's subject to,usual varia-  otions")      onto and   include  moss  5L-^ahd=beiiu__.oii-_,Caniid.ia.n__?.aci.fii__  !5   steamers on  Great  Lakes.    Fill  i   particu'y -s from  $ E. R. REDPATH, AGENT.  0 fil'ElSNWOOD,  E. J. COYLE. J. S. CARTER.  O.P.A.Vaiicouvni- M.P.A.Nelsoii.  OOOOOOOOOv . _^0<>00<X-*<KH->^<-K>d  ^  In Greeuwood a.nd Midway.    The best building lots  available for sale at reasonable prices and on good  terms.    Buy before prices go up.  Frederic W; McLaine  .   C. P. R. IvAnd Agent, Gkicknwood, 13. C,  TH_ COMFORTABLE WAV.  ���S.' F. <& K. RY.  Daily  l.��avc  8:15 a.m.  8:15 a.m.  8:15 am,  8:15 a.m.  8:15 a.m,  PHOENIX  S|niVt:iiii!. Sum He.  Kveri'tt. Hull in <r-  lKini, V.iiu:(iiivi*|-.  Victoria ami all  Ci*a��t puiiils _  *-'liiiU'a..e. Pern ic.  Winnii'iULT. St.l'aul  Miiinua|ii>lis    Graiul I'oi-ks. Republic. Mafcus,...  Nortliiiort. Rnss-  laiul. Nclsmi : ....���  Knslo, Sandon   Daily  Arri vu  6:05 p.m.  6:05 P.m.  6:05 P.m.  6:05 Din  CniiiiRctiiifr :it S]iokane*u-illi the ranious  "ORIENTAL. LHY11TED."  2    Daily   Overland 'Trains   2  Li'rom Spokane for IVVinnipeg-.  St. Paul, Minneapolis, St. Louis,  Chic-r-R-o and all points east.  For complete information,  rates, berth reservations, etc.,  ea!' fin or address  M. M. STEPHENS,  Agent, Phoenix.  S. G. YERKES.  A P. 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Ladies fine garments  delicate manner.  cleaned in the most  Copper Street.   Next to the Victoria Hotel.  ':'":?- *  #<->*<��-��>:--***4^^^  a%g��-,_if+-j_��jBTj  , - S&4__.-J*.  '"is*--"-'-   ��.f  . ~ps^-  oe-._- .  ���&*-.:  Solid Oak  ressers  ITor beauty, st/yle, dura-,  bility and usefulness  combined with moderate price our  Dressers, Stands, Sideboards, Dining  Room Tables and Chairs  have  no superior  We are leaders in Furniture.  T. M. GULLEY & CO.  Furniture Dealers and Undertakers.   Greenwood and Midwaay.  i  t  I  I  I  T  ?  V  V  V  V  X  T  y  .;���*M-...��.:..>.:..;..-;..>->.x..:..x..:  ������_���>*>>���_���_���_���_  <..:..:��:mi��>.:��>.>.xm>.:..>_��x^>��:��m��:��!.��>.:..:'  ��� *  Finest  TEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  iirnished House in the Boundary  Steam  TTcnted.    Lighted  Wc   offer '   "'  lllrong-liout   with   electric   lights,  special   inducements   to   travellers .ns we have the  inesl sample rooms in the city.    Our   bar   excells   all others.  FIRST CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  ���icycies  *T"a_f'_SS_S5__5_2Si5S_g_,*__"  icycies  *  (MJ-.O-t-*-*--**.- V T1*'t-_**T-��f��*��  E- vir+lip of a warren t given in -nursnance of trip Municinal Clause-* Act and tlio nrnnsmns of .flip  Px--1a-w��- of -Hip r.nrnnration of Hip Citv of Oreemvood. undpr thp.hnnd of Geo. T?. -NT-idph. Ma-or of the  said Cornoration. dated tbe 4th dar of June. 190r,.. and of all other nowers me in that behalf enabling,  f he-rebv o-ive nnticp that Twill nroceed to sell bv -public Auction at the Citv HaU. Orepmvon,! on the  ���n  dav  of  Julv  c1906.-at 10 o'clock a.m. the above mentioned lands unless the fiul amm-inr of taxe*-*.  interest, costs and exoenses as above are sooner paid.  Dated this 4th day of June,"1906,  G. B. TAYLOR.  Collector.  Just arrived a full stock of Bicycles  and -"upplies. Our lTew repair shop  is complete andup-to-daie. Also a  stock of new and second hand bikes  for sale.   ::::::::::  WHY WALK  TO  WORK  WHEN  YOU  CAN  RIDE  anos  Z_g___3______8_____8_5i  uv��*a��nc -��__nm-'-i-imi.niii- amm-maw-  TFIK BI,LL,  the best on  the market ou easy terms.  achines  ^Lv^sssEBSsz^ass^s^WismmBssi^sssiss  I  CAi  We have  $70.    $_ a  rated drop  ers machine.  L AND SEE OUR STOCK.     Opposite Post-office.  licm. $10, $15. and up to  month takes tlie celeb-  head Sinirer, vmir moth-  ���  l\yv COPF  ER  ;tpbet  LAFI-eiSlT  /VOENX.  r__F��U  The Kind You Want is the Kind  You Get at Qm Jq^ Dept.  THE BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  PRINTING   CO. BOUNDARY   OREEK  TIMES  ���**^__-*rt*^*M_MM-__i  WON THE CONTEST  Foulds Brothers Drill Most Rock at  Nelson.  At the Dominion Day celebration in  Nelson Greenwoodwas represented by  .the Foulds brothers who won the rock  drilling-eon test. Thecontest was held  on a. vacant lot adjoining* the Queen  hotel where a newly hewn block of  granite had been placed in position  under the direction of Frank Phillips.  Frank Brewer was the official time  keeper assisted by Jakey Doner -nnd  Frank Phillips who shouted chanyes  and looked after al-rang-ements. Of  the event the Nelson News say:  ''Just two teams finally entered, one  .from Rossland hesitating and finally  withdrawing*. Jim and[George Foulds  of Greenwood were first on the ground  and they were quickly follower*, by Robert Walters and A. J. McGillivray of  Silverton. The former drew the start  aud about 7 o'clock Brewer shouted  "start" and otf went the human machine amid appause and the drills coni-  .menced sinking-down little by little.  The Foulds brothers are well known  in the Kootenays and have drilled here  at many previous celebration. They  won last year with 35 inches :to their  credit and they were looked upon as  winners last night before the contest  started. The crowd applauded the  teams good work particularly in the  good changes made, and as the 15 minutes vvai drawing to a close, friends  and supporters urged the men on shout  ing and cheering them enthusiastically.  Both men are splendid specimens of  muscular development and were in  fine form. When time was called Phillips measured and announced 35 inches  flat, whereat there was more cheering.  Then the Silverton men got ready.  They were a lighter built team but had  plenty of supporters in the crowd and  were very warmly applauded when they  got to work and all during the 15 minutes. When time was called-, it was  announced that they had driven 31_J_  inches, so the Fould Bros, won with a  good margin.  SITUATION WANTED.,  Engineer with third-class license wants  position. Cxpert on air compressors.  Long experience and best references,  sober, industrious. Write F,-; J.Wright, Windsor Hotel, Greenwood,  B. C. - 43-45  NOTICE  NOTICE Ts hereby (riven that tlie partnership heretofore existintr.between the undersigned in their business of painters, has this  day been dissolvrd by mutual consent.' The  said business wilt hereafter be carried on by  George II. Thompson. All persons indebted to  the said firm are requested to pay the amount  of their indebtedness to the said George H.  Thompson, who will assume and pay all liabilities owiiiff by the said linn.  Dated at Greenwood, 1'.. C, this 15th day of  June, 1906.  T. _. ROUSTON.   GEO.,11. TtlQMPSQN.i_  Witness:   A. "W. AVhitesideV 42-45  TENDERS  TENDERS Will be received by the under'-'  signed for SOO cords of wood, fir and tamarack;  four feet Ion, iu one hundred cord lots, up lo  "Monday, July "'th, 1906. Wood to be measured  and accepted al the mine. The lowest or any  tender not necessarily accepted.   ,  Dated June 2oth, 1906.  PROVIDENCE MINING CO., LTD.,  43-41 Greenwood, 13. C.  ADMINISTRATOR'SNOTICE  NOTICE Is hereby jj-iveil that by an order,  made in the Supreme court, by Mr. Justice  Morrison, and dated the I4th day <;f June, 1906,  A. ('. Sutton, official administrator, was appointed administrator uf tlie estate of William  Meadows, deceased, lately res'ulinir near Rock  Creek. 15. C. Every person licivin, any claim  against above estate is required to tile same  verified by statutory declarations with the un  dersi'tiied on or before lhe 1st day of Auirust,  1906, statiiiir what, if any, security is held fur  such claim.  Every person indebted to said estate is required to make payment forthwith to the nir.l-  ersitrned, and every person having in possession property or effects of said deceased is required to deliver same to uuder-si|fiied forthwith After said 1st Autrnst tin; administrator  will proceed to distribute said estate. Iiavimr  regards to those claims only of which lie shall  then have had notice.  Dated at Grand Foiics, 11. C. tin? _7th June.  1906. A. C. SUTTON,  Official Administrator.  43-47 * Ciand Forks. It. C.  MINERAL ACT.  MINERAL ACT  1396.  certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.'7  EUREKA    FRACTIONAL     Mineral    Claim  situale in the  Greenwood  Miuintr   Division  of Yale District.    Where loculed:     In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE thai I, CM. Shaw, ajrent  for Georye Wellwood. Free Miner's Certilicaie No. 11. Ss542, and Herbert Hamlin,  Free Miner's Certificate No. "B92993, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaiuin, a.  Crown Grant of the above claim,  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the is-  suanceof such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 17th dav of "May. A. D. 190ft.     3S-46  MINERAL ACT 1896  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  'Prince  Henry"   and    "Abercraiir"     Mineral  Claims,  situate iu  the Greenwood Mining-  Division of Yale District.    Where   located:  Iu Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE   that   1.    Arthur   Murdoch  Whiies'ide. as a^eut  for George  Arthur Rendell, free miner's certificate NJ. R2182;  George  Birketl   Taylor,   free   miner's   certificate  No.  R20=8; and James Ernest Spankie, free  miner's  certificate No.   B1949, intend, sixty  days  from  the dale  hereof, to apply  to  the  Mining-Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements,   for  the purpose of obtaiiiiujr Crown Grants of the  above claims. .  -' And further take notice that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced  before  the issuance, of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 4lli dav of June, 1906.  40-49 A.M.WHITESIDE.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.     0  NOTICE.  "The Cairug-oriu Fractional" Mineral Claim,  situate iu the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District. Where located: InLoni*  Lake Camp.  TAKE  NOTICE  'hat  I,  M.  J.   M.   Wood,  Ag-ent for the Vancouver aud  Boundary  Creek .Oevelopiup  &   Mining'. Company, Ltd.  Lty.,   Free Miner's Certilicate No. B93038, and  Charles L.  Thomet,  Free Miners'  Certificate  No.  116589,  intend,  sixty  days  front  the date  hereof,  to apply to 'the'.Miniuif Recorder fora  Certificate  of Improvements,  for  the purpose  of obtaining- a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And   further take  notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd dav of June, A   D.1906.  42-50 M.J. M.WOOD.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  "London" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining-Division of Yale District.  Where   located:    lit Deadwood Camp.       ,.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Arthur Murdoch  Whiteside, acting as agent for F. P.  Ketchum, Free Miner's Certificate No. B93037,  and Gebrg-e M. Foster, Free Miner's Certificate  No. H6554, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder fora  certificate of Improvements, for the pi*rposeof  obtaining- a Crown Grant of Iheir interests in  the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of suoh certilicate of improvements.  Dated this 15th dav of June. A.D. 1906.  42-50 A.M.WHITESIDE.  NOTICE  NOTCE Is hereby given that the undersigned have disposed of the business heretofore car  ried 011 by them as bre-.vers under the name and  stvle of the Elkoru Brewing Company to John  Docksteader,who will hereafter continue the  said business under same name aiid style from  and after the date hereof...  All persons now indebted to the said Elkho 11  Brewing Company are ren ui red to pay the several amounts of their indebtedness tothe undersigned forthwith,  ���-AU-persons-liaviiifT-claims agai us .the-under-,  signed are required to submit statment of account and the amounts thereof will be paid by  the undersigned, who will not hereafter "e  responsible for any debts contracted in the  name of the Elkhoru Brewing Company.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C. this 14th dav of  June, A. D.,1906.  LEUTFRIED PORTMANN  Witness:-    ANTON PORTMANN  A. M. WHITESIDE.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Climax". Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood   Mining   Division   uf    Yale    l-Utricl  Where located:    In Skylark Camp.  *-pAKE NOTICE   that   I.   Ed.  If.   Mortimer.  �����       Free Miner's Certificate No. 112014, acting  a.*, agent for Arthur M. Pelly, Krae *Miii��-r'Si Certilicate No. BS57S". intend *ixiy days  from   the  date hereof. to apply   to  lhe  Miniii,   Recorder  for a Certificate ��>f   Iiiiprovf-nu-iii-- lm the   purpose of   obtaining a Crown Grant of Hit- above  claim.  And further Hike notice that action under section 37, must be coniin^nced before the ii-iuanc*-  of .such Certificate "of Improvement--..  Dated this 2jih day of June, A.D. _>ftj.      43-51  ���*���  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  ANY available Dominion Lands within the  Railway Belt in British Columbia, inav  be homesteaded by any person who is the sole  head of a family, or any male over IS years cf  age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 10"1  acres, more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the local  laud ofiice for the district iu which tlie land is  situate.  The homesteader is required to perform the  conditions couuecled therewith under one of  the following plans:  il' At least six mon III*:' resid.Mio* upon and  cultivation of the laud in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is  deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of the laud entered for, the  requirements as to residence may be satisfied  by such person ivsidimr with the father or  mother.  (3 If the settler has his permanent residence  upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to  residence may be satisfied by residence upon  the said land.  Six mouths" notice iii writing should be given  in the Commissioner uf Dominion Lands 'tl  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at S10 per acre  for soft coal and 52o for aiitlirn;ite. Not more  than 320 acres can be acquired bv one individual or companv. Royalty at tlie rate of ten  cents per ton of 2,00 pound*1 shall be collected  on the gross output.  W.W.CORY.  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized p'.iMioai'.ni of thii advertisement will not be paid for. 32-.S9  Corporation of the City of Greenwood.   . .  ,  Collectors List of Lands or Improvements or Real Property Within the Corporation  of the City  of Greenwood.  To be sold for taxes, interest, costs and expenses on the 23rd. da j of July,  1906 at  the. City of Greeni*  wood, B. C, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon pursuant to the "Municipal Clauses Act" and  By-law No. 117 of the Corporation of the City of Green-wood.  ASSESSED OWNER  Alston, Charles F   Bannerman, David A   Bond, S   Balderston, B. H.   B. C. Permanent Loan & Savings  Barron, E.  H   Cornwall, A. M. ,  Corbett,   W.   A   Oastlebar,   Corlne ,  Chris-Hanson,   Mark   Chrlstianson,   Mark -..���-.   Cameron,   J.   B.���;,...' .,  Christ.ianson, Annie.   California. Wine Co.      Cookson. Wilfrid .., ,.,'.  Cormlck nnd Wellwood. G. .......  Davis. FT. C, Wallace, ,T. -.'........  Deane.   Mnf.tie   .........: '.".  Davidson, R . .7 ',,[  Davidson. R.   ..., ,..  Elliott. H. R.  ....:...[.    "  Elliott. H. R. .   Elliott. H. R.  ........  Elliott. TT, R    .  Elliott, TT.R."-..;..;   ...  Elliott. H. R. ......  Elliott. TT: ft.  . .'   .     ,  Elliott. TT. R.  ....... ''"  Elliott. TT. R: .'..'.'.'..'  Elliott, TT. R,  ....  Elliott. TT. 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OR  4R 10  1P no  97 9R  91.1.**  ��1 1R  91 1R  91.1.5  90 2R  94 1ft  17 ��R  IT PR  17,-P**  1.7 PR  99 3ft  99. ���?���-  '    91  1C  91 1-:  91  1C  91 1 .-*  97 90  ";*  o ns.  ion j.n  09 8R  9** ��*-  ire en.  s on  8d PR  7R QC  =0 1-*  RP 1 "���  = 9ft  R7 7ft  10 n~  7P on  -j= on  10 on  12.05 yj^."c;^*"/y-*-^ '  't-r,;��ftj��,a"**il'--*-y>J.>?l?t..7ta-TJ>_i-_  HY, .-.ir-r^Wi-^v.^iv^'.w-TvyjftAi  BOUNDARY 7 OREEK TIMES.  tin  on the  Market  pmf^Bgffiraa*1*8-'*8'1!'^^  -'T'M-IIS town is beautifully situated, 42 miles from Grand Forks, on  tlie banks of  - ���*��� the North Fork of the Kettle River and is surrounded on all sides by the larg  est  and richest Copper showings in British Columbia; namely,---The McKinley,  ���Gloucester,.Banner, Jumbo Maple Leaf, M. S. Victoria and many others.  The.Townsite streets are cleared. The Government wagon road has just  reached the town. The Kettle Valley road is now rushing construction to this  camp. The Great Northern surveyors are in the field and .it is definitely announced  that sixteen miles of the road will be built this Sammer.  A large hotel and store buildings are now in course of erection.    A water works  system is being  installed.    From one  to two  'daily.  through stages leave  Grand   Forks  135. oo  _���*_-____-. unouatM  | ��.   For fiill information, address:  fT  A. ERSKINE SMITH & CO.  TERMS: One-third down; balance six and twelve months.  Grand Forks,  B.C.  S*  TOWN TOPICS  Dr. Mathison, Dentist..  Okanagan peaches, plums and apricots at Galloway Bro's. 44-45  Try White Bro's Witch Hazel Cream  for tans and sunburns; 2**c bottle.  Messrs. Rendell & Co. are putting- on  a midsummer sale of summer gooi s.  Mrs Stevenson, wiio has been visiting.her daughter, Mrs. Heme, left this  week for Calgary.  Petunia, lieliolropt*. nicotine and  other beautiful house plants'in bloom,  for sale at Galloway Bro's. 44-45  Robert Wood left today for the coast  to meet Raiph Smailes, presumably to  discuss the-Midway & Vernon question:  ��� Something prett."���5,000 varieties of  picture post cards, also some splendid  local landscape views. Smith & McRae ���   44 45  Lack of   space   prevents publication  depart-  "Lead"  lemon  ���l11 sum-  44-45  of the "Prospector's Guide"  ment this week. An article on  will appear next week.  Lime juice, .grape, juice,  squash, raspberry vinegar and  nier drinks at Galloway Bro's.  Mrs. W. F. Proctor and children left  Wednesday for the coast, where they  will enjoy the sea breezes for a few  weeks.  Nothing cooler than a good hammock. All kinds that are the best at  Smith & McRae's. 44-45  Mrs. G. R. Naden and Mrs. Sidney  Johnson and children left''his week  for Victoria, where they will spend the  summer.    ���  For hot weather try a sponge bath  with Sea Salt- in the water. White  Bro's have it. 44-45  Mrs. Whiteside left this week for a  prolonged visit to Winnipeg, Morden  and other points in Manitoba. She will  be absent some six weeks.  For your picnic you  will need lu.ich  baskets,   paper  plates,   paper napkins  ���ind   table  clot,hs._  S<e  our fine.stock.  "Smith STMcRae." "       ". '" "       "44-35 ���  V. H. Ardagh of Vancouver, is taking the place of N. F. Kendall as  cashier of the Bank of Montreal clur  ing the latter's visit to the coast.  The Greenwood baseball club plaved  a match with the boys from Trail on  Thursday night and gave th, visitors  the big end of a 3-4 score. A large  number of people witnessed the gain".  During this hot spell ladies should  wear Oewev's Dress and Corset protectors, different lroui the ordinary  dress shield, and the only place you  can get. them in town is at White Bro's.  A number of people left this week  for cool places at the sea side and the  lakes in the interior, and those who did  not go are wishing they had.  Charles Johnson has been doing- development work on the Anaconda  claim and is finding a fine ledge of  galena ore running well in gold and  silver, with some lead.  The Misses Shaw, McMynn, Mc-  Creath and Wick wire, who have been  attending Yale college, returned Saturday for their summer vacation.  John Barclay, department manager  Rendell & Co., visited Spoit.me hist  Monday and Tuesday on business and  pleasure. He found th,e journey rather  warm but managed to enjoy it in spit;  of the heat.  The Citizens'hand visited Republic  on the 4th and gave the citizens of  that town a musical treat. The hoys  are loud in their praises of the manner  in which the Republic people treated  them.  Just as the Times was going to press  Friday afternoon the citv water power  which" drives the big-press gavt; out,  the pressure going down to ten puttnd  This delayed" publication until late in  the evening when the pressure rose  again to normal.  - At the recent examinations for entrance to high school three pupils in  the public school. Greenwood, wrote.  and all were successful. They were  DoUy Yate*-. Lila Rowe and Ray Parker. Dolly Yates took highest marks  and won honors for general proficiency.  Lila Rowe and Ray Parker also secured excellent standing and fitlectcd  credit upon their teacher and the school.  Dr. Simmons,Dentist; Open evenings.  Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Kendall left Wednesday for the coast  cities  where they  will spend'lheir vacation.  , High grade boots and shoes for summer wear at ritrht prices at Gallowav  Bro's. ���"��� .   ���������-. ' 44-45 ";  During the months of July and Aug  list Mrs. Simmons will receive  on   the  2nd ���And 4th Friday in the evening from  8.1o 10.  NINE HOUR DAY  The Granby company, the Dominion  Co*, per Co. add the B. C Copper Co.-  have inagnrated a nine hour day for  surface men around their mines. The  change went into effect with Ihe  Granby last week and with the Dominion Copper company and the B. C.  Copper Co.-.this week. The nine hour  day will include blacksmiths, machinists, carpenters, temstersand all others  working on the surface.  THE COPPER MARKET  Nkw Yokk, July'5.���The metal market continues quiet, but holds strong  at ruling prices. Lake copper cannot  be had from producers who 'market  their own copper at figures under 18^  cents per pound, although lower prices  have been quoted during the' weeic on  the New York Metal Exchange . and in  several publications. Electrolytic is  quoted at 18>_ to 18f$ cents. Casting  is 18>ij tol8j_ cents per pound.  House, sign and all exterior and  aud interior painting and decor  ating promptly done.  all Papering  Send in your spring orders.  Cbompson $ Roustoti,  Box 255, Greenwood-.  Shop Government street.  (l..,_n�����...r.ii ���,���... . I.���-...  I Greenwood Barber Shop  For a good refreshing-  BATH    I  25   ...  CENTS    ...    25   j  ' j  Wm. Frawley, - Prop, j  ���__���traw_i_i_i in i ��� ��� ii"    mi mini���wtnmm_J  A. H. McNeill of Grand  Forks is  in  the city'.  Bern  Will come back clean  and smell as sweet as'  the (lowers in May, if  you   send   tliem' to   the  GREENWOOD STEAM  LAUNDRY CO.  |   PHONE 59   \  C>O00O00O0<><><XK><*K*KK><*K><>aCh<>C*-0  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in    Sash,   Doors,  Turned  Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  ?        ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  | ffifflWOOD, �� j.-jy  OOOo6oOOOOOOOOOO-0��OO.i>00 O Oi*>  S. BARRY YUI liL  ^  -,���]���,  A*1-  'lv'*  ft  ���*��_  ���'���ft  ''Y'  ���T'  Get   Ready  for   the   warm   weather  Hammocks  All prices up to Ten Dollars.  A comploU* stock of  FISHING  TACKLE.  TENNIS RACKETS,  BALLS, Etc.  BASEBALL Supplies,  '      RUBBER BALLS  all sir.es.  *t-ii��i.j,  RAC'TICAT.      WA*rcirMA'*l'l'       AND  JKWKT.T.RR.  All  wrirWcriiar.-irit.-.-d     OKE EN WOOD  i r  BooKscllcrs, Stationers,    -  Wall Paper Dealers  TELEPAONE NO. 33  ^^^^T^ A_s *^r^-��. ***n<^*��:  ..������liSr.-T-^r...      ��� .  Pianos,    Sewing    Machines  and House, Goods for sale or  rent.  The  O I C  New  &  2nd   Hand  Store���A. L. White & Co.  �� a a 0 ���# n st n $ in'f a >:��as ��i* # �� �� * ����������� if * * ����� *������  if  ft.  0  a  0  a  if  if  a  *  4  if  a  if  ft  if  if-  if  The Best Yet  Made with steel bottoms.   No strings ou these goods  if  Life Made Easy When You  Sleep  ss or Cot  made iu fancy ticking.    All sizes.  if if a a '''aa if <i *:i w-s ���'h-h!'* #<�����������*  -a  *  . *��  ���a  **��  ��  0  ��  ��  0  ��  b-  B  ��  O  4  0  0  0  0  0  if  if  if  if  if  if  if  _  on One of our Silk Floss or Cotton   Felt   Mattresses j  0  0   0  | We are continuing our Clean Sweep Sale  on  New *  |, Furniture at "Cut Prices." |  0 _ <f  0  0  Red Front Furniture   Store  O I C 2nd Hand  | Phone 16.  0  ft  ��  0  A. L. WHITE & CO. %  #-fr ����� if �� �� ��ft* :> *:>�� * ���.���"* *:* * �� * 0 0 0'.' 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 �� * 0 0 0 0 0 0 -.' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0  _Sty ty tytytyty tytytytytytytytytytytytytytytyty ty ty%i  ty ty  7��v.    Hi. Mww _,. arer w*^. i^J    1       *%.  ��� ��� -Jt        y^aeW'ZM:^: JUL TSLJ3&egf-&Z ^   ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  A  well   furnished   Barber   Shop  on   Copper J���  <-���� street.    Good location. .|��  T Also a furnished bed-sitting room. T  ty * ty  ty Houses and Canins in all parts of the citv. ty  ty ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  FIRE INSURANCE A SPECIALTY  *  ty  ty  ty  ty  I Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd. ty  ^g t&> t^. *^*i ��.^e ��.-^^^w^^^*J��v^^^^*^��to*<vJ��Jj����^��J^.fcJ.��J#^��$^  i>000)��0 00 00 0 0C- 0000000 K*Sil������t����Ot''������B 00000 00 00000O*0��0  -���>'������ O '  ���"f ��� 0  -> _ _ _    ,  _ 0  0  It  *  *  ��  0  0  DEALERS IN ..  Tresb and gurecl meats  Fisb and Poultry-  6  o  0  e  0  s  e  0  0  ��  ft  0  0  W*?<l^a����ftft*->**^-��OO***fOSOO0Ca---'0000000000000��0000O00*��0'00'000'  k> -imiinrir ,Tir-iMi  OREEK TIMES.  I  ) Re-opened   under   man- j  agemeut of Mrs. F. PL  Parker and Bover Bros.  ���_*       *_v  If vou want a good robin  and first class meals  try the '  Popular Prices.  Jh   Fok Sam*'��� -Riding-, driving-a nthvork  horses. Standing at Midway tlie stallion ''General Dewey" $3.00 for the  season. Stook Bros., l:ind and stock  dealers, Midway.   ,  PATRIOTIC  Splendid   Weather  Favors  Dominion Day.  THE   HOSE   REEL   RACE  Only Local Teams Entered.   All  the  Biur Prizes Won by Phoenix  Contestants.  Phoenix celehnitod Dominion Diy  in vigorous style and a. l;<rge crowd of  visitors were on hand to enjoy the long  program of sports: A large number  of Greenwood people went np on Monday and some stayed over and took in  Tuesday's attractions. ~ So far as is  known they all got home safely. One  of the hcst features of lhe celebration  was the splendid weather which favored  the occasion. The town wore its best:  clothes and received visitors with open  arms and showed them every nook and  corner of the city. The events were  held in several different parts of the  town and the visitors were given a  splendid ooporlutiity lo demonstrate  their abilities as mountain climbers  and to  acquire  an  abnormal  capacity  hP  Th<  e  T  H   li   W A 1/ L   A  C K - M  I L  L 713 R     B  L  O C K  Bananas,  Oranges,  Lemons,  Pineapples,  Strawberries  ���HAVE   YOU  TRIED 'IT.?'  .ITS NEW.  Quaker  Puffed  Rice  Vegetables  Lettuce  Asparagus  New Potatoes  New Cabbage :  New Onions.  If in (a hurry .JrMttUWlil   5U.we'll do the rest  WIS WANT YOUR TRADE.  FRESH-VEGETABLES���Potatoes^  Cabbage. Turnips, Carrots, Parsnips, etc., etc.  DAIRY PRODUCE���Finest Creamery  Butter, Fresh Laid Fg-gs, just in from the  Country. ���  TURKEYS   AND   CHICKENS���  Tender aud Toothsome.  J. P. FLOOD,     Prop,  for liquid refreshment. The music  wns furnished by the recently organized Phoenix band, assisted by several  members of Greenwood's well known  musical ornaoiz.ition. In the evening  a dance was hold in the Miners' hall  and was very largely attended.  Tu the baseball g-une Greenwood  went down lo defeat before the champion-ball twhiers of Phoenix with a  score of 5 to 3.  One of the most interesting features  of the celebration was the machine  rock drilling contest, held in the Great  Northern cut, and in which no less  than ten tennis entered from the several mines. The same machine was  used for all teams, being a Rand drill  of standard pallet u, olevaled on a  plat form. The first prize was S1S0 and  the second 576. A large number of  spectators watched the drilling, which  continued neatly all day. Each team  used a 2J-< inch bit to start, with a decrease of an eighth of an inch to the  foot, and bad 15 minutes to set up and  drill.  Following are the results:  Matheson and  MeQtioid, Gold   "Drop,  9 feet 1 *_ inches.  McDonald and   Rankin,   Brooklyn, 8  feet 6 inches. ���     '.    / ���  Rutherford and McLean, GIolcl Drop,  8 feel 4}:(  inches. ,  Bliss and Neill, Erooklyu, 7 feet 4  inches.  Olson and Peterson, Granby, 7 feet  ll,!, inches.  Mitchellaud Rae, Granby, 7 feet 9,<_  inches.  Granger and .'.Newton, Brooklyn, 8  feet V/a inches.  Black and Anderson.   Granby, 7 feet  10 inches.  Vidian and   [ruglie*,,  Granby, 7 ieel  6% inches.  Cook and Mason, Granby, S feel 2%  inches.  In Un* baseball gam : between Green  wood and Phoenix, lhe latter won by a  score of 5 lo 3.  The hose reel racing had $200 in  prizes hung up. but no outside teams  mustered up the courage to ejiter, consequently lhe races in this event were  run off between the regular Phoenix  team and a team of the Kagles. Iu the  hub and hub r.ice the Phoenix team  won lirst money, while iu the wet test  the ljagles look- lirst pi ize in 26}_ seconds, the Phoenix team failing to secure water in the first trial.  Horse racing took place on Dominion  avenue, and iu the free for all, owners  up, Joe R itchier look first money, with  Charles Ruber's Lady May second;  pony race, Charles Bnber -took first,  with Ole Berg second; slow race, Harold  Bell first, am Eddie Swanson second.  There were four entries in the quarter  mile .running, free for all, in which  Joe Rilcher took first money, and  Charles Buber of Midway, second,  followed by E. Lanneati and Ole Berg.  Following- are the results in the Caledonian sports: 100 yaid dash, {-I. A.  Monro, first; W. M. McBcath second;  220 yard dash, Ii. A. Monro, first; W.  M. McBeath, second. Miners' race,  Harry Jackson, first; \V. Murray, second; P. Cook, third. Fat man's race,  over^Op-pounds^James-Murilook^first;,.  A. O. Boteriotts second.  . ���**0*,-A/yw\/*-'\^J\A^A^'\<^A*A'\��/''  ���'WA.r'-wSI  'ossland's Gran  under the'auspices of the Miner's Union, and the  Mayor, Council and Citizens.  TWO DAYS CARNIVAL OF SUMMER SPOftTS  Monday, Tuesday, July 16-17, '06  Rock Drilling- Contests. Horse K acini*-. Lacrosse and Baseball, Sawing ami   Cliopijiiiif  Contests.-Huiinitiif ami Jumpiiii!' K:n:eKof ail kiii'lK. Tiujt "1   War.  Tiiipeze and  Slaek  Wire Performances, l'alloon Ascension, Fire Works and (general sports.  A programme which will outrival in its variety a.1111 excellence, any heretofore  witnessed in British Columbia.  $3,000 - IN PRIZES - $3,  Miss Dolly Yates left Wednesday for  Kelowmt where she will spend the summer holidays.  Modest Claims Often Carry ihe Most  Conviction.  When Maxim, the famous gun inventor, placed his gun before a cani-  mitlee of judges, he stated its carrying  power lo be much below what he felt  sure the gun would accomplish. The  result of the trial was, therefore, a  great surprise, instead of disappointment. It is the same with the manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. They  do not publicly boast of .'.all this remedy  will accomplish, but prefer to let the  user:, make the sl-JsJvj-iienls What  they do claim, is that ib*"ayill positively  cure diarrhoea, dysentery, pains in the  stomach and bowels and has never  been known to fail. For sale by all  druggists.  For fuller particulars apply to  1  09  J. R. MORRISON, Secretary.  The Freshest Bread  Cakes, Buns and Pastry always on hand. We also ea-uy  a first class stock of Staple  Groceries;.  STAR 4rBAKERY  PHONE A 86.  Nicely Furnished Rooms  Single or en Suite.  BUSINESS LOCATION.  Commercial Hotel.       Copper Street.  Merchant Tailor, f  Copper  Street.- ���**.  rmtin  The Kind You Want is the Kind  You Get at Our Job Dept.  THE BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES  PRINTING  CO.  m  H____  an

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