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 \'Legislature/  J1905 \   Library  Vol. ll.  GREENWOOD, B.C. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5 1006.  No. 5  -ss  ���4  =���*���*.  Cold nights are 'coming and you want the best undei  wear.    There is only one best and that is ours.  The  famous  "Wolsey,"  the  "Tiger Brand"  "Watson's Unshrinkable," and "The Big  Horn Brand" all Union Made and  the best..  It will pay you to buy our $3.50 Mining Shoe guaranteed satisfactory.  mill ii_*ini>llii_-l^lfiir*l|��� ���*"*���"��-��� ������ T nr���iiniMiii*��i"iiln*__iii_iiii  ri nn  ��� Just in ���  a new range of  later's Invictu  ��� Shoes  The famous Slater shoes are equal to any American  -/   made shoe r*nd are only two-thirds the price.  ���^^^~ The -^s^^-*-*--  Russell-Law-Caulfield, Co. Ll  Hardware  Furnishings  Groceries  _*?  ���>*}*^><'-��*��~''.<>��-'~''*>��''*><*><��<^  y  y  t  y  5*  X  i  y  Iu stock to be sold cheap.  Exceptional  value:*.  Workmanship the best.  V.J.&E. AT  Better Progress on the New  Line.  A   TELEGRAPH   SERVICE  Men Are Workin, On the Line, Wnicn  Will Soon Be Ready  for Use.   .'''...  IW7ErS0N.  The Tailor.  'X. Copper   Street..  ���>:��>��� _-x��>****^*:^  The long lull in railway progress, in  which a few men were working and  munv others looking on, is apparently  ou the eve of coming to an end.  That the track has reached Molson  there is little reason to doubt,, fo*; on  Thursday, 201 h, it had passed McBride  station about: a! mile, and had a little  less than four miles of straight going  to reach Molson, with no more trestles  to delay. (, '���_ ���  West of Molson all the grading has  been completed to Oroville, and on past  Oroville for 22 miles further to the B.C.  boundary, north of Nighthawk. Then  there intervenes about, six miles between (he boundary iiiie and Armstrong's, upon which No. 3 Camp has  been at work-for ov*.*r five mouths and  which will take about three more weeks  to complete,  .i "Work has commenced on the bridge  over the Okanagou river at Oroville,"  'say*, the'Hedley'.Gazette, "but so far as  we are concerned at Hedley, interest  centers in the probable action of the  contractors ...whose', outfits have been  stored at Midway for over two months  awaiting the track lo reach Molson to  transport their outfits there,- and also  awaiting the letting of contracts west  of' Keremeos;. fo*i} a.sTyfel no con tracts  have been lei. any further, iip the river  than Keremeos. These contractors are  gelling tired waiting, and during the  past two weeks, have .become fidgety.  Their impatience is likely to prove a  factor in bringing an end to the period  of sluggish inactivity that has characterized the operations, of the past two  months, and it is,not improbable ��� that  wc may hear any day ol Ihe letting of  more contracts this side of Keremeos���  a consummation devoutly to be wished  for." '���'  ''The railroad has at last, reached  Molson,"-says the Independent. "The  track was finished to the. depot grounds  at this place today and the crew will  | move camp from (he McBride place,  where they have been camped for some  .liiive,,aii(ll1wilLpiit^iii,the=tiecessaryi.side-  track's and the big Y at this place and  will then proceed with the work toward  Oroville.-. The ballasting crew is some  eight or ten miles behind the tracklay-  itig crew and are expected to arrive  here within a week or ten days.  "A. E- Stateron, who  has'charge of  Grand  iilinery Opening  Priday and Saturday  Nothing appeals more to women than Millinery. She recognizes  the i****,-ating genius that makes for the'ideal iii Millinery art, realizing  tins, we have spared neither trouble nor expense to secure for our] customers the finest range of Fall and Winter Millinery ever shojwn in  Greenwood.  Onr grand display includes all the latest and most fashionable  Parisan and New York designs, all the most np-to-date coloi's and  shades, and everything in stylish trimmings..  We particularly request that you will visit our show rooms  Friday and Saturday, and be convinced that our display is the best in  the Boundary country.  the telegraph 'ine to be run in connec-  tion with the railroad, is expected to  reach here next week. He has a force  of eleven men at work on the line. It  is said thai a regular service-- will be  pttl on as soon as the different departments ofthe road is finished to Molson,  and J. F. Royer is making arrangements to move the headquarters of his  passenger stage line from Terry to  Molson as soon as the trains start running. The bridge crew passed through  here this week aud are at work ou the  bridges between here and Oroville  getting ready for the tracklayiug crew.  The crew is in charge of Robt. McDonald. The bridge crew is preceeded  several days by the pile driver, which  is now at the John McDonald ranch.  The tracklaying crew will be within  sight of Oroville in about two weeks "  J. W. .Stewart, who is associated with  Pat Welch in the building of the V.,  V. & E., has announced that in addition to the sleel being laid to Molson,  the roadbed is ready for the lies as far  as Keremeos and that the construction  of the grade will be finished to��� itliat  place in about thirty days. Although  Mr. Stewart has not said so, it is pretty  definitely understood that as soon as  the Keremeos section is completed and  ready for transportation the heavy outfits will be moved and put to work on  the Kerenieos-Princetou division.  WINING NOTES  W: H. Jeffery came dow'u from the  Crescent on Wednesday. He reports  the mine improving- all the time." Work  on the shaft lias reached the 170-foot  level and will be continued until a  depth of 200 feet has been reached,  after which stoping and drifting will  be commenced. At l.'ie present time  the vein is running 3% to 7 inches in  width. The ore is very clean and is  studded with antinionial and ruby silver. Selected samples of the ore would  rim to extraordinary, values, but the  a verage vvilliexceed $100" per ton. It is  the intention of the owners io put in  an electric compressor- as soon aa it  can be shipped aud installed.  The Strathmore is preparing to  ship  a car of ore to' the Nelson smeller.  The Elkhorn mine continues lo yield  encouraging- results and the owners  say it is looking better every day.  SCHOOL REPORT  Following is the report of the public  school for the month of September:  Division I.���J. Iv. Watson, teacher.  Pupils actually attending....  33  Average daily  attendance....  29.95  Percentage ;  90.76  Pupils present every. session���Kate  Bernard, J. M. Galloway, 'Mildred  =Ha'ncock-,~(_race^Holinesp���* Frederick  Jaynes, Marjorie McArthur, Eilene  Oliver, George Redpath, Frances Rowe,  Willie White,Vivian Wickwire. Shirley  Yuill.  Division IT.���C. M. Martin,   teacher.  Pupils actually attending..  56  Average daily attendance  47.42  Percentage '.. 84 68  Pupils present every session���Ruth  Bernard, Jimmie Dermody. Maude  Eales, George Bales, Harold Hunter,  Alexander Hunter, Edward Hardy,  Ellen Hardy, Dan Haggartv, Donald  McAllister, Anna MacKenzie, Hazel  Redpath, Grace Redpath, Vi-r.i N,��|-  palli. Ware' Storer.  McKENDRY-THOMAN.  A quiet wedding was celebrated iu  Cascade on the 26th nit., when Mildred  C, daughter of Mr. Thoman of Alpena,  Michigan, was united in marriage to  Wallace MeKeiidry of Greenwood. The  ceremony was performed by Rev. John  Fernie. Mr. ami Mrs. McKendry cam,  on to Greenwood, and have taken up  their residence here.  OBITUARY.  The death occurred last Saturday of  Andy Olson, aijed 28 vara. The late  Mr. Olaou, who had been living iu  Greenwood but a short time, was a  victim of typhoid I'ever. The funeral  took place Tuesday aft. inoon from the  Presbyteriau church, under the* auspices of the Miners' union. Rev. M. D.  McKee conducted the services.  Womens' Goods*  Men's Goods.  i Flue i!u*<t is an expensive and Oi HI���  I cull by-product to handle in smelting  i plants. It is sometimes chargell into  j the fuse box of a reverberator*.' roaster  ! and mixed with ihe slagged ore. This  avoids the necessity of briquetting it.  IN BULKLEY VALLEY  Mayor Naden Tells of His  Visit.  G0LD,SILVER AND COPPER  Extensive Areas Heavily Mineralized.  ���Coal Areas Close at Hand Make  Smeltin_ Practical.  While absent on his trip to the Bulk-  ley valley, Mayor G. R. Naden met  most of the Greenwood people who  went up last year. Most of them will  return again this autumn, hut some  have decided to remain over winter.  Ben Peterson has returned and Bruce  Craddock and George Finley were preparing to return when Mr. Naden seen  them last. J. L. Hatch has taken up a  pre-emption and will remain. T. F.  Sutherland, assayer, is located at  Telkwa, near the Telkwa mines. This  is about ninety miles from 'Hazelton,  in the midst-of: a rich raining country.  Mr, Sutherland is - established in his  profession and is working up a good  practice.  "The Telkwa mines," said Mr, Naden, "were located by Colonel Topping  aud"C. H. Schipster. Colonel Topping  is largely interested in these proper-  lies and has associated .with him J. R.  Drummbiid of ihe Dominion Copper  Co. These mines are copper bearing  properties and are located some twenty-  five niiles from the expected route of  the G T. P. The Telkwa mineral  belt is rather extensive and already  some seventy or more claims have been  opened up and theshpwing of copper its  as Cue as anything T have seen _vea* in  the famous BoiuKlary."-;"- -*^ * ,  VfCINS 100K'KRT -WIDE.     7  "The Telkwa Mining & Development  Co.," continued Mr. Naden, "are the  main interests at work there. They  have located and laid ..'put the Telkwa  townsite and have some thirty claims,  and nior..* are being located all the time.  The ore. occurs in tsvo kinds of veins,  one high grade and one a lower grade.  The richer ores are in narrow veins,  while the second grade ores are found  in veins running as wide as 100 feet."  Mr. Nadeii brought home with him  him assays of ore carrying values itf  gold, silver and copper exceeding SIOO  per ton.  r,AKGK. MINKKAl,' AKKA.  A large area rif country was covered,  all.m i necalized^to agreater��� or-less ex- -  tent. Big dykes of apparently valueless rock assayed sufficiently, high in  silver and copper to make them of value  when the development of the com.try  has reached a stage where ores can be  treated as cheaply as they can in  Greenwood, The country is fairly well  timbered and almost adjoins a rich coal  bearing area which will make it possible to erect smelters and treat the ore  on the spot. The whole future ofthe  country depends upon the building of  railways and there is every reason to  believe that when the G. T. P. and  Canadian Northern lines are finally  built, the country will go forward with  leaps and bounds.  Mr. Naden naturally made good use  of his time while away and located several claims that promise to eventually  yield splendid results.  THE COPPER MARKET  Nuw York, Oct. 4- Copper is again  active and exceedingly strong. f,ake  is selling at 20 cents per pound and  electrolytic at 19*i eeuts. for delivery  up to the end of this year. Sales are  beiug- made a quarter ol" a ceut bel.iw  these prices for deliveries in Jauiciry  and February. Ace irdiug to the best  information that can In* obtained there  is not sutiicient metal available, to .supply the present demand. Consumers  arr bidding against each other audit  is uot improbable that prices may go  two or three cent.*, highrr  temporarily.  The bounty paid by the Canadian  government on petroleum product*-,  amounted to S291,157 in \(X)S 6 as compared with S3 5,047 in tlie year previous. This is at the rate of 1J_ cents  per gallon. _a_____g_a  -i���**- ������-���--  n_ gi iK__"****_-_i*Hai  Boundary Greet Times  issued -Every 1-riday  nv THE  Boundary Creek Printing and Publishing  CO., TjIMlTED,  Duncan Ross Pwssiokn-t  H. O, Tvamh Manaoino 15ni*roK  .SUI'SCRII'TIONS IN  A OVA NCI'..  F'ltK   YlCAK      2 00  ,    Six Months _  1 25  To Foxicinx I'otiNTKiKS 2 50  FRIDAY. OCTOHRR 5, 10ni,  ORES THAT WIN PRIZES.  With the splendid showing  made by Greenwood ores at the  Nelson fair, and the trophies won  at Spokane, this district is receiving' a goodly share of well  earned publicity. At Nelson the  Boundary ore exhibit came very  near winning- the prize for the  best display, and lost to Ainsworth, not because their ores were  better, but because there were  more of them. Greenwood, however, won a fair share of distinction by the Strathmore mine winning the Granby cup for the best  display from any individual mine.  Again, Greenwood has been  distinguished by winning, at  Spokane, the silver cup for the  best district display of ores; the  silver cup for the best cabinet  display, aud the first prize for the  best individual mine exhibit, the  Strathmore again carrying oil  the latter prize.  The importance of the Spokane  triumphs will be the better appreciated when it is remembered  that the Boundary was in competition with exhibits from the  states of Washington, Idaho aud  Oregon, besides districts iu the  province of British Columbia. In  those states mining has beeu carried on much longer and more extensively than has been done here  and the success that has eotne to  the exhibit from the Boundary is  gratifying indeed.  This should all help to make it  easier lo interest capital in the  mines of Greenwood. When a  district can capture prizes iu competition svith a highly profitable  mineral country it is a pretty  sure thing that the mines are  valuable properties and good investments.  a household balm Z'-in-Bug has no  equal. Zam-Buk is to be regarded as  much a skin food as u medicine. When  skin disease, such as eczema, ulcers,  abscesses, running sores, etc., occur,  the skin needs increased vigor to overcome the evil. Zam-Buk provides it.  When you sustain a cut, a burn or a  bruise the surrounding tissue has to  do extra work to overcome the damage.  Zam Buk helps it. Ever since the  dasvn of creation vegetable essences  and extracts have been the proper  sources of human medicine, and in  Zam-Buk is found a blending of the  lines! herbal extracts it is possible, to  obtain.  Sufferers from any of the above  mentioned skin diseases should give  Zam-Buk a thorough trial. This unique  balm is also a cure for chapped hands,  chilblains, sore nipples, eczema, eruptions, itching, scaling sores, etc. ft  eases the pain and the itching of piles,  and stops the bleeding. For skin  rashes, ringworm or scalp sores in  children it is an effective remedy, and  for all purposes to which a household  balm may be put it is unequalled. All  druggists sell it at 50c. a box or post  free from Zam-Buk company, Toronto,  on receipt of price (6 boxes for S2.50).  Write for free sample box, seudinj one-  cent stamp to pay return postage.  pany, which will be held shortly.  It was decided to put a sidewalk on  Church street at. an approximate cost  of $360.  D. A. Banneriiian interviewed the  council regarding a- bill of SlfO, due  from the baseball club. This account  had been standing for some time, and  as the club was not in a position to pay  it, he wanted the council to help out  in the matter, it. was decided to donate  SlOO to the club to be used in settling  the account.  The following accounts were passed:  C. Gauvereau, wood, $5; Yale-Columbia Lumber Co., 310.07; White Bros.,  ,6.30; Ledge. Si SO; E. W. Bishop,  $114.90; W. C!. Gaunce, S5; Imperial  hotel, S90; G. S. Stone, $28.62; baseball  club, SlOO.  COUNCIL MEETING  Sidewalk for Churcli  Street.   $100  Donated to Baseball Club.  Council met last Monday night for  the usual transaction of business, Let-  tors were read from residents in block  Q, at the fool of Gold street, asking  for an extension of the ' water system  so that the service might be given  houses on that block. "Referred to  water committee. Several other requests were also received for water  service. After some discussion, it was  decided, 611 motion of Aldermen Nelson and Sullivan, that no extensions  be made unless the revenue*!to be derived therefrom would pay 15 per cent  on the outlay.  A. M. Whiteside wrote regarding the  proposed dam silt* on Providence claim.  Moved by McRae and Sullivan that no.  further work be done on Providence  ground until further notice. So far  the council have found it impossible to  make satisfactory arrangements wilh  the Providence Mining Co., and it was  thought best to suspend operations  until after the matter has been taken  up at the annual meeting of the coin-  House cleaning is now absorbing the  the attention of houskeepers and  selections of wall paper are being  made everv da v at Smith   &   McRae's.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  J. R   BROWN,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Tf.l. Q2. Notary Public  Offices, Wal!a<*e-Milier Block,  GKKKNwnon. B. C,  F. M. LAMB,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office wttli IT. W. McT.nlne.  Copper Street. Gkuicnwood, B. C.  VV. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting- Mining- Engineer.  Pro|n*xlit!S examined  and  i,poi'leil   on.    Will  lalci*. cllarjre of ituvelopitieul  work.  Cnrruspimdeuce milieiled.  V  t7a*\  CF*  Cr*  Cr'*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  &=-<���  ^  CF*  (F*  CF*  *>***<  G=*  0s*  _-*-*  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000  Rest,,, ....$10,000,000.  New York, Chicago.  . UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $922,418.3!  President.   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. Gkorgk A. Dbbmkonu.  General Manager : ' *.'. S   Clouston.  Branches in London, ling. \ &\��Vx&Sm*.}  Hu_   and sell Slr.rliuir Exchange aud Cable Transfers ; Grant CotuuiRreial an  Travellers'' Credits, available in any part'of tlie world.  ���  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  h=9  Kef)  ���**_  *=_  tef  **=��>  *��-��  J)  7iMMMMMMMM3M2MimMmsmmmmMM  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$10,00,000.   Reserve Fund.7$4,500,000  GREENWOOD.  B.     C:  A. HARRY -H00K  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  ,     CONTKOl, AND U MP IRK.  Assays a Sprciat.ty.  _i**Jf"Sainples  received  by mail   or express assayed and returns'  made next day.  '������'"���   CORRKSPONDKNCK   SOLICITED.  GREENWOOD.  >>    >>  B. C  p. EDWARD BROWN  Accountant and'Auditor  Commercial and Mining Accounts  solicited. Aeling secretary for Mining  Corporations. Grrknwood, B. C.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manager       ALEX. LAIRD, Mat. Gen'I Maiwpgr  BANK MONEY ORDERS-  e88UCO AT TH8 FOLLOWING RATES I  $5 Mid tinder    3 UHU  Over $5 and no** exceeding $10......   6 cents  �����  $io      *���        �����..-'   $S0...... 10 cents  ***   $30      ���" ����� $30...... 15 cents  '*he9e 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.  HEGOTIABLK AT A FIXBD RAl'E AT  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.   .  They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money  with saf laity and "at .small cost.  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed on deposits from $1 upwards at current rates.  Greenwood Branch  W. ALLISON, Manager.  _K  To Employers of Labor:  At both Nelson and Spokane  fairs, the Boundary exhibit, from  Greenwood and vicinity,,., would  be viewed and examined by, perhaps, hundreds of visitors, who  have heard little and know less  of the riches of this district.  They could not help but be impressed, and they, must have carried, away with them valuable  information which will help  largely in making* still better  known the vast resources nf lhe  Boundary.  SHERRING OF MARATHON  WHO DOES YOUR LAUNDRY?  _-iiinm _ni -~  n��*_**_l*_l�� i __!���*, ���  Do   you   patronize   Chinese   laundries?     Dirty,  -foul-smeiliug^G-laii-t^  Tells How Zam-Buk Helped Him.  Win. Sherringof Hamilton, tlu- world  famed winner of the Marathon race,  the proud son of Canada, who, side by  side with the Crown Prince Constan-  tine (who ran the finishing portion  with hiin), came first to the Stadium at  Athens in the great race, has since his  return told how Zam-Huk. the great  herbal balm, helped him bring the  lienor to Canada. Speaking to a Hamilton Herald representative he said:  "While training for my great Marathon race at Athens t used Xam-Bnk,  and it proved a great boon to me. I  have used it both as an embrocation  aud as a salve for chafing sores,,  bruises caused by stepping on to stones  while'running in light shoes, and other  bruises, and have found it the best  salve and ointment I have ever tried.  Its healing powers art- exceptional,  aud for general household use it should  be a wonderfully fine curative. I have  pleasure in expressing my appreciation  of its value."  Sherring is undoubtedly tight, for as  LET US DO YOUR LAUNDRY  __________N___n_____Ma__*_____MMa__B_____ta-��EaaMfa��u��  By modern  methods in  a well  equipped, up-to-date  .plant and  get your personal  linen, bed  linen,  table  linen and underclothing* returned sweet and clean.  Drop us a postal.    Telephone or let us know in  any Way and our delivery rig' will call.  PHONE   59  Greenwood Steam Laundry  GOVERNMENT STREET ��  i __*ei  Are you conversant with the Workmen's Compensation  Act." The only absolute protection offorded is a Liability Policy. The - "OCEAN" Policies, (the largest  accident company in the world, with assets of, over  Seven Million*Dollars) provides a complete indemnity  ag-aiust all liability, relieving you from all responsibility, worry and trouble,  Frederic W. McLaine,  -"District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  _���    ^___:   _.' ��� " '^.    ���-.-.   ���    ..'���:"'__��__���__ ������ 1  %  THE BARN WHERE IS KEPT  THE BEST OF DRIVERS AND  RIGS AS WELL AS SADDLE  l.ND^ACirHORSES^ARE^AI^  WAYS   AT   YOUR   DISPOSAL.  I Our Hay, Grains Feed Store |  Can supply you wants in all kinds ol 4  Chopped Feed, Hay <~>r Grain ' :    **   ��  Livery Phone 19. Feed Store Phone 124  Y __,_     ' - 4>  I GEO. h7 CROPLEY,    -   Proprietor. I  ���^frfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrtffrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrx  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1905  ElIIilllHO  "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  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  *���  ty  ty  ty  % ^jfrtytytytytytytytytytyj)tytytytytytytytytytytyty % .- izu*. Ai^rVl^t^rJr- .w.  *%&*���  mntnet) MM  F** SB*  mVSmW    fe__l    .  COLORED PUBLICITY  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  Grand Forks Revels in Exaggerated  Accounts of Mineral Discoveries.  It is interesting .-in_ amusing to read  the wonderful stories that originate in  Grand Forks. Passing events that are  of so common occurrence in other  towns that they receive only a passing-  notice, are magnified in that'enter'pris-.  ing metropolis into proportions of astonishing importance. Tf a runaway  hor,se sudden lv breaks the.monotony of  its sleepy existence or any adventurous  youngster plays truant from school,  instead of following the thorny paths  to knowledge, the event is promptly  published from the housetops, and the  whole world informed of the latest  sensation.  It is, however, in dealing with mining tiewsthat the Grand Forks news  mongers excel. Not being satisfied  with the bare facts, that are amply  .sufficient to prove the mineral wealth  of the Boundary district, recourse must  be made to glittering exaggerations,  which, instead of serving the purpose  ' to emphasize plain facts, actually make  them so ridiculously astounding that  .no one believes anything the article  st ites. Such a policy of colored'publicity has this effect, that the truth .is  not believed even when it is told.  SOMI*'RXAMI'I,KS.  Some examples may be cited. On  June 22nd-the Times published an account of the discovery of cobalt on the  Jersey claim, onj Wallace mountain.  The ore was assayed'and was found to  carry high value's in that precious  mineral. The local correspondent sent  the news to Spokane, the coast cities  audio Winnipeg. - About three weeks  later a Grand Forks dispatch appeared  iu the Spokesman-Review which was  an exaggerated copy of the Times'  story. This caused some.-aniusemen*i  , to Greenwood readers.  Thinking it time, no doubt, the  world was being treated to another  Grand Forks sensation, some enterprising correspondent resurrected the  cobalt story and sent the Spokesman *-���  Review a highly colored and grossly  exaggerated dispatch. This is the  latest sensation;  "Grand Forks, B. C, Sept. 29..--  Word reached here this evening of an  immensely rich strike of cobalt which  was made yesterday near West Bridge  ��� on the west fork of Kettle river. This  .strike is of gigantic proportions and  has created a great ..excitement in the  camps. It bids fair to rival the cobalt  camp in New Ontario. Prospectors  from all over .the country are flocking  into the camp and staking all the va-  cantground for miles around."  The strangest thing about it is that  no one has heard anything about it  except the originator of the story, aud  he-probably dreamed it.  'Pile followint:' table ���fives Hi  1901. l'lllSautl 1906, as i-ej.ioru.-i1 to  M1NIC.  CAMf.  G-i-aulw Mines   .: Phoenix  SiiowshriQ    Phoenix  Mot lie r Xiorle,....   Deadwood  Bonnie Belli;    Deadwood  pore, shipments of tin*, lioinirlrti'y mines  'the Uoimdiiry Creek Times:  l'lfm I'ini       11*)2       IW3       l'Hil  (i1,"i.*>3     '.'..ll ,76*-   31>'.*,85S   -VIH.TIS   51'.l,703  ,'7 1.731     20.SIW     "1,212   5.310       0.1,101    Hl.32ii    I3SI.II7U    I7l,2'.��  fin- l'Nlil, l'Xll, 1002, 19D3,  ���  Past  10U5         I'lOli  Week  6.r*3,8.*v->    63fi,').*7  15.697           0,226  " 'S5U  I7'.."*67     77,35')  20  T  -������-^��*�� ,*tt. t r**********, feem-,****, ����� ��^, ��ft*^*. I ��-^^.-**-"  1TEN YEARS AGO  1  ����*'m^*t'^**��,^*t,^n��*tmmm��*i^etoiimmnrii*mn��e*,*mmie^em*i+mn��**,m*mm,mCL  Interesting Items from the Boundary  Jack Farrell, while prospecting on  the Buttercup, in Wellington camp, the  other day, found a small quartz le'acl  . which has widened out to three feet.  Specimens of the ore have been sent  to Spokane for exhibition purposes.  A fifty-foot shaft has been sunk on  the Old Ironsides. Development work  will be continued all winter.  Archie Connors is doing assessment  work on the Summit claim, in Summit  camp. The Summit claim runs parallel with the Oro Denoro, and has a  good surface showing.  Mr. McManii has moved to his new  house on Ivong Lake street. Mr. Mc-  Mann. himself, drew   the  plans of the  o *  building, hence every detail conducive  to comfort or convenience was carefully  considered.  Word has been received from Ottawa  that a money orderofiice istobeopened  in Greenwood, and that Insjiector  Fletcher will arrive soon with the necessary paraphernalia.    "  Carl Nelson, the partner of R. Robinson in the Noitheru Belle and Golden  Giant on Pass creek, has made a big  str'ke ou the Silver Bell near Kaslo.  Tiie ore body is six feet across aud  runs over 200 ounces in silver. Nelson  and his partners have refused Jti offer  of $40,000 on a bond, 10 per cent down,  from a California company.  Mine timber is probably one of the  largest items of expense iu connectian  with mine operations. Sc large is this  one item that many, in fact all, of the  larger mining companies own immense  tracts of timber lands, and operate  large sawmills with which to reduce  the timber to the required  shapes and  Idaho Phoenix  Brooklyn-Stein wind r, Phoenix  I'uteller Hoy Midway  "Rawhide...! Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood  Mountain Roue :.Siimmil  A tliehilan-Jackpot, Wellinglnii  Morrison Head wood  li C  Mine .! Simirril  R Bell Summit  ICuima Sinn ni it  Oro Deuoro Summit  Seualor Summit  Brey  _ Ofr'.e Summit  No.37 .'! Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur King- Summit  Winnipeg1 Wellington  Golden Crown, ...7. Wellington  Kinsr Solomon W. Copper  Big Copper !,tV. Copper  No. 7 mine.  ' Central  City of Paris ,   While's  jewel Lous  Lake,  Carmi  .West Fork  Rambler West  Fork  Sally ;Wesl For,  Providence G reenwood  Rlkliorn., ''reenwood  Strathmore   Prince Henry  Preston   Skylark   Last Chance    Greenwood   0 reenwood   Greenwood   Greenwood   Greenwood  E P U mine. Greenwood  Bay Greenwood  Mavis Greenwood  Don Pedro Greenwood  Crescent Greenwood  Helen Greenwood  "Ruby Boundary Falls  Republic Boundary Falls  Miscellaneous   15,731  5,646  1'1,36,-i  32,3505  5,731  1,650  110.224  12  15,331  30,252 -  1,961  363  2,805  7.455  K02  5S0'  3.070  3,250  1,750  4..'*,*!(���.  2.*i,10S  3.05.6  1,717  528  t%  l.*i5  l,20ii  1 ISO  H.S11  560  ,**.5.*��1  1'1,4'M  ���I7.-I!).*-  650  2*<*,'*37  15,537  363  37,%n  lli,40ll  3,450  222  364  33  ���',-**5  3,007.  1,833  ISO  10.S14  6,376  66  -aSd  7S5  625  'S2  2.43*".  1.076  2,250  ..'Ml)     S75  665  2.IKXI  350  71'  726  325  160  '2,(160  '   S'-Hl  211  T.1.3  * 400  30  32  145.  770  ISO  20  57  76  l.osn  15  So  15  20  ���160  20  60  167  -"2  ���50  300  535  ���    6S1)  155  73  20  40  00  SO  20  0  3,456     60  750  325  ���20  500  3,230  SoO  Total tons   Smelter treatment���  Granby Co,   I". C. Copper Co   Dominion Copper Co..  Total reduced   16,600     300.800   50S.376   fflO.-HO' S2'1,Si)*"   033,51 d   903,661) ���      20,30!  62,387     230.S2"-   312,340   -101.921    506.252   fjS7.0SS�� ��� 669,271 17,423  230.82$ 312,340 -101.921 596.252 6S7.9SS" 669,271  117,611 !4S,60l) 162,013 210,484 2I0,S30 ' 82,720       132,570     30.030     ,4,059 : 163,205  52-*  62,389     34S.439   460,040   697,404    *!37,(.f,iV  9J42.S77   ��"��15_ >2>"��        20,051  lengths. This branch of the niining  industry has increased 'wonderfully of  late, and there are hundreds of sawmills operating exclusively- o.i mine  timbers scattered throughout the far  west.  Wounds. Bruises and Burns.  By applying an antisepticdressitig to  wounds," bruises, burns and like injuries before inflammation seLs in,  they maybe healed without maturation  aud iu about one-third the time required  by the old treatment. This is the  greatest discovery and triumph of modern surgery. Chamberlain's Pain Balm  acts on this same principle. It is an  antiseptic and when applied to such  injuries, causes them to heal Very  quickly.. Jt also allays the pain and  soreness an .1 prevents any danger of  blood poisoning. Keep a bottle of  Pain Balm in your home and it will  save you time and money, not to mention the inconvenience* and suffering  such injuries entail. For sale by all  druggists.  Score cards for bridge parlies executed to order promptly.    Times office*.  CK>O00O0<>O01-K>0->0OO0<**O0<><^KW  nr*  An Awful Cough Cured.  "Two years ago our little girl had a  touch of pneumonia,which.left her with  L*in_awfulcough._S_h^j^  ingvjusl like one with the wh )oping  cough and some thought she would not  get well at all. We got a bottle of  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which  acted like a charm. She stopped coughing and got stout and fat," writes Mrs.  Ora Bussard, Brubaker, 111. This remedy is for sale by all druggists.  THEY'RE HERE  We have the finest, latent and nobbiest line of floor mats and squares in  jute, tapestry and velvet A. 17 White  .S*. Co., house furnishers.    Phone 16.  THE OTHER FELLEP PAID THE  FREIGHT  On the large, new and nobby line nf  .Tardeniers, dinner and toilet sets just  received.    A. L. White & Co. 4o  Fine line of China, just the thin^ to  set off tlie dinner table.    Smith & Mc  Rae.  5-6  MORTGAGE SALE  UNDER And by virtue of Hit* powers con  taiued in a certain mortgage which will be  jiroduced'at the time of sale, there will be  offered for sale by public auction, by JiiiiesS.  Birnie, at the Victoria hotel. Copper street.  City of Greenwood, British Columbia, on Monday, the tirst day of October. l-Jiid, at the hour  of two o'clock in the afternoon, ilu* followinir  property: ��  All that parcel or trad of laud situate, ly in*,  and beinir in the city ol Greenwood, in the  Province of British Columbia, more particu-  larly known and described as lol 24, in block  12, accordinir lo the map or plan of the subdivision of the "Oark Horse'- mineral claim,  deposited in the Laud Kejristry office at KamJ  loops, and numbered twenty-one.  On the property are the Victoria hotel, containing 12 bedrooms, furnished complete, barroom and fixtures, diuiusr room, kicchen and  utensils.  For terms and conditions applv to  A. S*. BLACK,  Greenwood street, Greenwood, B. C,  Solicitor for Mortgagee.  Dat*d 23rd August.  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned  Work  and  Inside Finish,  g        ESTIMATES FURNISHED. 7  | GREENWOOD,   :   B. CI  0      ..7- 6  ooooooodoooooooooooooooooo.  Tne  Cakes,   Buns and  Pasthv  always on hand.    We  also  cany a  first class stock of ���  Sta.U'- (Jh'OCijtttKS.   :    :    :  Vienna Bakery  A* SAKR1S. Proprietor.  Phone. B 28.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "VirtrluiuH"   Mineral   Claim,   situate    in    tin:  Keltic River Miuiuir Division   of Yale District.     Where    located:     In      Wellington  Camp.  TAKK NOTTCI* thai I. Forbes M. Kerby,  as aweut ior Win. Hanna, Free Miner's  Certilicate No. U10'��2. and John MtiHiiran, Five  Miner's Certificate No. 1*2021, intend, sixty  days iroiu the date herein', to apply lo the  Mining "Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  (.rant of the aliove claim.  'And  further lake  notice tli.it action,  under  section   37.   must  be    commenced    before   the.  issuance of such Certificates of  Improvements.  .    Dated this lSlli dav of September. A. D. iyiki.  4 12 FOltlSES M. KRKDY.  SUNDAY SERVICES.  Catholic.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service Is!, third and  fourth Sunday in each mouth. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vesper.*, and benediction at 7:!*0 p. ,111.; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Kiev..I.! A.  I'.kdakd. .). M. I..  pastor. !  7  A "NO 1.1 CAN   -St   Jude's.      Kev.   John  Leech-Porter,   I'. I)., p:tst>>r.    Services  at 8 a. in.,   11  a.  in.   and  7.30   11.   m ;  Sunday   school,  2:30   p. m.    All seals  free.    Midway,  2nd   and  4th   Sunday  each month  at 3:30 p.m.    Phoenix, lsl  and   3rd  Sunday- each    inonlli   al   3:3u  p. 111.  Pri'SHVTKKIAN - Si. Cohimba. Kev.  M. 1). Mckee, pastui". Services II ;7  m. and 7:30 p. in.; Sunday 'school 2:3o  ]). in.  Mi-rniODiST���Ri'v. FI. S. Hastings,  pastor. Services at 11 a. 111. ami 7:30  p. ni.: Sunday school. 2:30 p. m.  A pretty wall paper helps to make a  happy home. All colors and shades at  Coles & Frith's. 4-5  We have had 20 years experience in  ling lkM&k?n^e.  Pressing and    Q.  a***  Gentlemen's wardrobes kept in iirst-class  order by monthly contract.  Ladies line garments  cleaned iu the most  delicate manner.  Copper Street.   Next to the Victoria Hotel.  Sewing Machines  Tlie fall of 1906 is here,-anti with it the  fall sewing". ���' Your neighbor is busy, so  do iiot .bother her, but call at the Singer  Sewing Machine Co. office, Greenwood,  and see their stock. You can have a  Singer or,a Wheeler &'Wilson, .the. two  best machines made, on your own terms.  $3 per month will rent or biry the drop  head machines. '   .     .     ,    .     ...    .  =-S  BELL PIANOS AND  ORGANS  Now that the long winter evening's are  coming on, you need a Piano,, and you  want the best, so call aud see my stock,  the largest in the Boundary. , T will  quote }'OU terms that will surprise you.  N. M. LAMONT  Copper Struct,  Greenwood.  Aaent ror the  Boundary District.  r���r-i-ffiiin���"*   -^mmtt'-'  j$.  iniiiii i_n i ��� i ii  INB50R  ��TEL  cERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnislied House, in tlie Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throuo-hout   with   electric   lights.  _W_,���j_tTer__sppcjat,7m^  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our  bar  excells  all others.  FIRST CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  C*--     **" el f'-...���!**���*������_   ���     r  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Re_ulations.  AXV availalite Doinininn !,nmls wilhiii llii*  Kailu-ay Hull in Uiilisli Columbia, iimv  lie liLim'steiuti'il liy any i��i*i-<i>ii hIih is Ilu* soli*  licail nf a family, or any inalii nvi*i- l.s ywirs <if  au��, to tin.' i-xliMIl nf ont'-i'tliii'lei si-clii'ii nf Id i  acres, innrf! or less.  SjKntiy must lie niaile iR-isnnally .11 11n- Inoa!  lanil nllii-i*. for ihe ilistri.;! in \vl)ii:li Ilu* laml is  situate.  The lionieste.-iiler is rci|iiiro<l In perfnini tin*  coiulitions cnnilecleil llu'ivwitli muler mie nl  tin* fnllinvine; jilaus:  (1) Al least sis moiitliK* ivsi.leiH-e ii|inii anil  culiivaiiiiiinf tin* lanil in e.-u-li year fur tliree  years.  (2) If llie father Cir mother, if the father is  ileceaseil), of lhe liinuesieadei' resides upoii a  farm in the vicinity of the latnl entered for. the  lVi|tliieiiienls as in resideiiee may lie satis'ieil  by such 'persnii residintr wilh the father m-  motlier.  (3     11" Ilit*, settler ha-- his permanent resiileniv  upcni farminir land owned   by  him in the vicin  ily nf   his   liomesiead. tlie   rei|iiirenienis  ns   m  es idt-nce  may   In*  Salislied   by |-e^idellCL��� 11p.n1  the said land.  Six months' notice in writinif should lie given  to the Co'iimissionei- of nominion Land- al  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal hi nils may be purchased   at   -in  per acre  fur soil coal and r, 1 for aiitlir.i-ite.    N.n more  than   -*2o acres   can   be acquired   bv  rttir   indi-  viilnal or companv.     Kin ally al Hi.- rate ..f ten j  cents per ton of -V'O   pounds shall   be  ���.���"Heeled j  on the _ ins; output. j  W. W. CRY. j  0  Deputy ut the Minister ot the liilerior j  N.II.���Unauthorized   *iui>li<:a!io:i   of   this ad. )  verlir-eiiient will not be paid   for. .'.'-5'i I  Sotiit-* are here today and away to-  mort-ijiiV. We :ii*i- here every i!av. ami  al! the tint*:*. City E'hoto Studi..., LVa.1-  w'ood street. .74  ^^  '�� VM_ COfv-rORTABLU WAY.  S. F. & W, RY,  Daily  Leave  8:15* a.m.  8A5 a,m.  [g 8:15 a.m.  8:15 a.m.  PHOENIX  Spokane, Sent Ilu.  I'verett. llellinir-  .ham, Vancouver.  Victoria and all  Coast points  -spoka...!. |.-ernie,  Wiiini|ieir. St.l'aul  Minneapolis  (-.rand Forts-. He-  public.  Marcus   ,  N'orihpori. K.inland. Nelson   '���   8:15 a.in,!  Kaslo, Sandon   Iiailv  Arrive  6:05 p.m.  6:05 p.m.  6:05 p.m.  6:05 p^ra  Ci ni lien in, :u Sp.ikaue�� .ih lhe famous  " OMENTAL    LIMITED."  2    Daily   Overland   Trains    2  |.'i-iiin S[j(ik:iin.r for !AVi��ni"|jeff,'  St. Paul. Miiiiieaiioli.s, St. I.onis,  t.'hii-i.'i;i) ami all points east.  l**i ir <:i nn jile te in fur mat ion,  rales, berth reservation*��. etc..  ra!'. mi or address  M. M. STEPHENS.1      '  [Airent. Phoenix.  S. G. YERKES.  A P.A..Seattle.  /] BOUNDARY   ORBUK, TIMMB,  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting- and decor  ating* promptly done.  mall Papering  End KalSvtiiistiing  Send in your -spring orders.  Hor 255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  S. BARRY YU ILL  PRACTICAI.       WATCHMAICRR       AN11  JRWRT,T,K1*.  All worktruarantced    GK'RKNWOOD  Commercial Hotel  ROOMS  FROM   $1.50    UP  Hath'room in'connection.  MRS. POUPARD.  WWOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-OOOOOOO.0  9' O  IQifliS^^  ?R AI L W A Y\  G. P. it. Atlantic Steamships  Roy��l  Mail   service, "KM ["-'K ESSES."  from Montreal and Quebec  io Liverpool. ,;  Ruipreks of Briliiiii.......;...Oct. 19  t/ake Cliauipl.iiit Oct. 27  Km press of Ireland .Nov. 2  - Lake Krie Nov. 10  First cabin $65 'and upwards  according to steani..*r; one class  steamers (intermediate) "542.50;  ) second cabin S45 upwards; third  ' .class S25.50.and S25.75. Apply al:  once for our illustrated booklet  descriptive of our superior third  cla-ss accommodation  From Montreal to London dircet  Lake Michigan ;....'..,Oct. 17  Third class, only S26.50.  Montrose. Oct. 2", carryiiijf second-class  onlv, $40.   Special limiteil train  "Over-  seas Mail,'* % hours, Vancouver to One-,  bee. Oct. 1st li anil Nov. 12th. .  MIDWAY NEWS  For rates, berth resei-vatimis and  J7==(letailtd"iiiforniritiiiiirapply"l0"==  local agent or write,  EL.   I-?.    REDPATH,    Al'KNT.  ORIOKNWOOI),  I*. J. COYLE. J. S. CAHTEH,  A.<'.l\ A.Vancouver U. P.A. Nelson  COOOOOO<X-^���.^0000000<X><M)00  Chicago, Milwaukee &  St Paul Railway  'THE MILWAUKEE'  "The Pioneer iLiinited." St.  PaultoChicago. "Short Line"  Omaha to Chicago. *' Southwest Limited." Kansas City  to Chicago.  No train in tin" service ol" any  railroad in lhe wm-ld equals in  equipment that of t'ie Chii*:i��o,  Milwaukee & St. Paul Ky.  They'.own and operate their  own sleeping and dining cars  and give their patrons an excellence of service not obtainable elsewhere.-.Berths in their  sleepers are Longer. Higher.  Wider, than in sini'il'ir cars on  other lines. They  proteet llieir  trains    by   the   libu-k   System.  Conm-ctio-is   made   with   All  traii.scoiitineiil.--l lines in I 'iiii-.n  Depots.  R. L. FORD, Commercial A_ent*'  Room 2, Marble Hank. Building.  Spokane, Wash.  H. S. ROWE, General Agent.  Portland, Ore,  Shortage of Firewood.���Fruit Trees  Stolen.~ Shooting Match.  (Froui.tIit.Sta.r.1  _. Playnes has been engaged convoying the trains containing construction  material in bond between Midway and  Molson during the. week, there being  no Canadian customs officer, appointed  at the latter end as yet.  Mr. Crawford of Phoenix,- has accepted a positiou with Hardy & Co.  There appears to be a shortage of  tirewood in this neighborhood One or  two business men in town- are complaining- of difficulty iu securing even  enough to keep the stove warm.  The. Yale-Columbia . company last  year employed 50 men aud cut 6,000,000  feet of logs around Westbridge. The  coming winter the company ������will employ 100 men and cut 17,000(000 feet of  logs, which will be driven down the  Kettle river to the mill at Cascade.  Six locomotives are now- required to  keep.things moving on the new line  between this point and'Molson.  Now. that the track has crossed the  boundary line again, the steel tliat has  been taken off the main line is again  beinp used. It is somewhat heavier  than the new Algoma steel used on this  side.  II. S.-Pettendrigh of Rock Creek, is  offering SlOO reward for information  that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person who pulled up and  stole a number of fruit trees belonging  to him.  A. Scott, the painter, has accepted a  challenge from IT. O'Donnell, the Rock  Creek blacksmith, to driven tack with  a rifle at 100 yards range for $75. The  challenge has been accepted and the  match will come off in the neighborhood of Rock Creek. As both men are  crack shots the. contest is likely iu  prove in teres* ing.  'I homas Rowan, who had been working on the grade, died at the hospital  Wednesday of typhoid and was buried  yesterday. The funeral took place  from Gn I ley & Co.'s uiiderlaking par  loi's.  Mr. King, a Brandon newspaper-man,  was.a visitor, in town this week. He  was sizing up the Boundary country.  A. Roberts expects to go out shortly  to cook in on, of Steve's logging camps  at Westbridge.  Frank Levitt has ordered a. painting  machine to assist him iu applying the  beautilying pigment to the 24,000  square yards of surface on Archie Mills'  new buildings.  This week the freight and express  matter for Midway was delivered on  this side of the line, instead of being  dumped off at Ferry, as was the rule  previously. The agent-has moved into  the new station on thissidi;, from which  point all business will be done. Customs requirements will, however, necessitate a stop at Ferry by both outgoing and incoming trains. s  Another workman on the V..V. & F.  met* with au accident this week, having  f_iTeii71owirthe"em  sotr and   injured   his  spine.    He   was  brought to the railway hospital here.  Porter Bros, have rented the Bancroft hotel, and will use it for the accommodation of a number of their men  engaged around the yard.  It appears the Chinaman who was  arrested some lime ago at Ferry for  being illegally in the United Slates, and  who was ordered deporled to China, is  still in Spokane, evidently having an  opportunity to redeem himself  NORTH FORK MINES  Work Proceeding on the Maple Leaf  and Other Claims.  While Supt. A. J. Stewart was stripping the surface to the left of the main  open cut on the Maple Leaf property in  Franklin camp on Wednesday last, he  uncovered a large body of magetite,  identical in appearance with that which  was encouuted on the McKinley about  two mouths ago., The, main cut on this  property is now 90 feel loug across the  ore body in which there is 20 feet of  solid ore which will run 15 percent  copper and S3.50 in gold and silver. A  short tunnel has been run to. tap the  ledge at a depth of 50 feet, and as the  face is in solid iron it is expected that  the main ore body will be struck very  shortly. It was rumored during t'-.e  week that New York parties had taken  up the Maple Leaf bond, but upon investigation the rumor was found lo be  premature.  Joe Gelinas is down from Franklin.  His properly, situated about half a mile  from Franklin townsite, is showing up  remarkably well. ,  The diamond drill which has been in  operation for a-inpntl: on the Banner,  is being brought back lo the McKinley  for further exploration work. It will  take eight; days to pack it over. The  McKinley is showing steady develop,  ment.  On Thursday last Jas. Anderson left  for Franklin townsite to take charge of  the Franklin hotel. Furnishings of an  excellent quality had been shipped  previously, and it is*Mr. Anderson's  intention '.o run a business which will  be first class in every respect, and  which shall receive the highest commendation of the traveling public.  M. C. Davidson, of A. E. Smith &.  Co , spent a few days in Franklin this  week', fie is most enthusiastic over  the on i look, and considers some of the  properties have most: excellent showings.���Grand Forks Gazette.  rogress and  There are used in the Htitte mines  during the year about 75,000,000 feel of  fuse. The Amalgamated company  alone uses about 65,000,000. The Red  Lion brand is almost  exclusively used  Sick Headache Cured.  Sick headache is caused by derangement of the stomach and by indigestion. Chamberlain's- Stomach an A  Liver Tablets correct these disorders  and effect a cure. By taking these  tablets as soon as the first indication  of the disease appears, the attack may.  be warded off. For sale by all druggists.  Mrs.   Rorer's Saratoga   Chips.    Anderson Bros. -1-5  LAND NOTICE  Nothing to Fear.  Mothers need have no hesitancy iu  continuing to give Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy to their little ones, as  it contains absolutely nothing injurious. This remedy is not only perfectly  safe to give small children, but is a  medicine of great worth and merit. It  has a world wide reputation for its  cures of ciuighs. colds and croup and  can always be relied upon. For sale by  all druggists.  TAKE Notice thai sixty days after dale I  intend to apply to the Hon. the chief commissioner of l-.iiidscand works at Victoria, li. C,  for permission lo purchase lhe following- described lands:  HetriiiniiiH' at a poijt on the north side uf Deep  creek ou Hie north side of the West I'ork of  the Kettle river, about fifteen miles above  .Westbridge, riiiiiiiiif*' thence south 80 chains  actoss_*)cep.ci:eelC-aiiiL,.\\rest^l!loik,,tlieiice_west.  41) chains to C. 1*. R. line, thence north SO  chains, thence east 40 chains tc point of commencement.  Dated September 23, 1906.  J. U. 1*_ENEY,  5-S       Yale-Columbia Lumber Co., Ltd,, Agls.  NOTICE  NOTIC)"- Is hereby tfiveii. lliat 00 clays after  date I intend to apply io ihe Hon., the  Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works,  for permission to purchase lhe following; des.  cribed tract of laud: Coiumeiiciiigf at a post  marked 0. A. I, Sliaw. X. R. corner, thence  south 20chains, more or less, to the Columbia  ii Western Railway ritrht of way, thence northwesterly along; the Columbia & Western Railway 4Hcliaius, more or less, to the south boundary of lot 511. thence east 40 chains, mure or  less, lo Ihe point of commencement, coinaiu-  iuu aboul 40 acres.  Dated this JSih day of Aiitfusi, l'.t'i.  ���i.1.02 C. A. I.'. KM Aw.  The deepest incline shaft is No. 4 of  the Calumet and Hecla in the Michigan  copper country. The shall itself from  ! the collar to the lowest level is sunk on  the plane of the lode for 8,100 feet,  while from a drift at the bottom a  winze extend.-, downward 100 feel to  the boundary of the property. This  gives a total distance from the surface  of ,,,2yo feet.  COMPLIMENTS EXCHANGED  The Greenwood Times is ten years  old. The Times has done much for  the ��� Boundary country.���Cranbrook  Herald.  The. Cranbrook Herald is one of. the  few really good newspapers in the interior.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE  New Westminster, B- C.  Receives both ladies and ifcutleiiieii as resident or day students. Has a complete business  or commercial course. Prepares students io  grain teachers' certificates of all grades. C.ives  the four years'course for lhe II. A. decree, and  the first year of the of the School of Science  course, in affiliation wilh Toronto University.  Mas a special "Prospectors- Course" for miners  who work in 13. C  Instruction is also griveu in Art. Music. Physical Culture and Elocution.  Term opens September i". 1106. For calendar.  ���tc, address COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.   *T1II1__I  Prog, ess  and ��� development   are   terms  closely identified with life in the West.   In  a new country people are working daily  for the upbuilding of town, city and dis*-*  trict, and for the improvementof the con-'  ditions under which men and women are  called upon to live.    Every act of daily life  that tends to bettering one's surroundings  makes directly or  indirectly for the inv  provement of society generally,  In all tliis,  the  local newspaper plays  an important  part.   Among its local readers it stimulates  an increasing interest in their home city,  keeping them posted on all local happen**'  ings,  and   becomes   a   welcome   weekly  messenger, bearing bright  and  welcome  tidings,     Amonr*r   its   outside   readers: it  forms    a   valuable   advertising   medium  making known the merits, advantages and  prospects of the city and attracting thither  citizens who want  employment, business,  firms looking for locations, and capitalists  seeking  investments.  In   the   upbuilding,  of a town, city  or  district the local paper  is an important factor.  BOUNDARY GREEK  TIMES  The Boundary Creek Times aims to do  its full, and-complete share in the upbuild/  ing and improvement of Greenwood and  the Boundary, district. It is not handjk.  capped in its work by any restraining ob/  ligations to any party, clique or corpora-*-  tion, but. it is . free at all times to rise up  and- promote the best/interests of the City  of Greenwood and its people. To. dp this  most' thoroughly, and satisfactorily the  Times must have the support and coopera/  tion of the citizens of Greenwood,  Every effort is being put forth to make  the Times the class of newspaper the  people want, Increasing attention is being  continually paid to mining news, especi/  ally of that nature that will interest those  employed in the work as well as those  whose capital is invested in the properties.  With this end in view we aim to have  735  ���3  :33  �����  .:3*.  3  3  33  3  3  3  3  3  33  -*-��  3  3  =3  .33  3  - -***^  3  3  3  ; __���  3  3  3  "33  ������  33  3  33  33  3  g A' SuftscfH.ef in Byefy Home  ~ As a result of the efforts that have already  ir been put forth, we believe that an increase  ^ interest is already being taken in its news  E: columns,    We have evidences of this from  ��~j the fact that the subscription list is already  E: growing; the  street sales  are increasing .  j-~ weekly and  the news  dealers find  more  Sr demand for each succeeding issue.    This is  j~ a satisfactory condition of affairs that acts  ^ in two ways,   It increases lhe revenue of  |~ the circulation department and it makes the  sr paper a first-class advertising medium for  p_ local business men,  jj~ In handling local advertising every effort  Zz if put forth to protect the Greenwood mer^  J~ chant. The local page is reserved "for them  sr and foreign advertising has been repeatedly  p_ refused because the  advertising  manager  p: refused to disturb the positions held bv locaj  is   _       advertisers, .:..j.,*..  sir Business men of Greenwood, we are here .  ��^ to protect and advertise you,    We are pro*"  ��~ tecting you! Do you advertise? Read The  S^ Times, subscription $2,00 per year.  ��= Advertise in the Times, Rates Reasonable  ��*" _   i  ���^ The   Boundary  Creek   Times   Printiug*  aud  Sr Publishing-Co., Limited.  Bm>  ��� ***���-...'.  ST Duncan Ross, Pres.     H. O. Lamb, Man. Ed.  ���^ PHONE   :__*-.  3B 77H  ',t*i  f':  __?J  TO WN TOPICS  Dr.    Mathison, deutist,  will  return  ���about October 15th. '  Mapleiue;    Anderson Bros.     ,   4-5  Poultry for sale.    R. J. Tvloffatt.      tf  DeckajulieTea-���mif sed. Anderson  Bros. ,4-5  A competent chambermaid wanlsem-  .; ploymeut,- Apply care of Times office.  Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Wood have  been spending'a few days atBea.er-  dell.  St. Jude's Sunday school pic. nie will  be held tomorrow, leaviug* tlie church  - at 10 o'clock in the morning.  " A g*ood cook wants work in the city  or in a g-ood camp. Apply care of  Times office.  The Greenwood customs receipts for  September were $4,640.48, and the inland reveutie $1,782.65. Total, $6,432.13.  ',. Yon can buy wall paper from 15 cents  ;.lo$l per roll.at Coles* Frith's.     4-5  ;'���- The local branch of the Independent  Order of Oddfellows -will- hold their  annual ball on Hallow 'en niy;hl, October 31st.  For nice fresh flowers  for  funerals,  decorations and weddings, write or telephone  Spokane  Florist  Co., Main   5,  , Spokace. 5-30  A special meeting of the Liberal as-  ; sociation will  be  held   in   the office of  "G.-R. Naden on Friday  evening*, October 12.  Six work homes for sale. Horses  wintered and pastured by Stooke Bros..  ;5 railee north of Midway. tf  ..... Charles Stooke, of Stooke Bros., left  Tuesday for southern Oreg-on, where  he will locate on a ranch. His brother  continues in ehaig-e of the ranch at  ���''Midway.    ,  The sacrament of the Lord's Supper  will be dispensed iii the Presbyterian  church on Sunday at the close of the  morning service.  A new sidewalk is being put down  on Church street. It is necessary to do  soma excavating and the dirt is being  used to till up some bad holes on Kim-  berly ctree opposite Galloway's residence.   .  James Rucjiauaii,* who was injured'  Thursday, at the Boundary ..I'*alU  smelter, by part of a wall fa'ling- upon  Him, died in the hospital this morning.  At the time of going to press arrangements had not been made for the  funeral.  .'.A new ami popular song composed by  a Greenwood author, is now on sale at  .the Thomas drug store. This song is  a.memento of an awful death suffered  by a young lady in the San Francisco  eartlu-uake recently. Sale price, 30  ceuls. 5-6  Leon I.outier. well known locally,  met with a serious accident at the  Boundary Falls power station. He  was working on the darn and stepped  &onto a loose board and fell some twelve  feet onto a cement floor. A collarbone  was broken and he.-.sustained  some se-  "67 veals'  FURNACE IS STARTED  Work Is Resumed at;  B.C. Smelter.  the  BEST PLANT IN CANADA  Devices That Place It In the Lead.  New York Officials Highly Pleased  With Results.  vere bruises.    Mr. Lbntier is  of age aud I his is  his  second   mishap  this year.  Miss Maud Minkler, who has been  spending a vacation here, returned  .Tuesday to Spokane, where she is  . taking a course in St. Luke's hospital.  Miss Minkler lias been nursing J. K,  Drummond, who is ill with the fever,  buthe has recovered sufficiently, to let  her return to her hospital duties iu  Spokane.  In the i-ase tried before Magistrate  McMinu last week, in which two boys,  attending the Deadwood _cho-.il, were  charged with inflicting bodily harm to  their teacher, the accused were warned  to be more careful of Iheir behaviour  aud were allowed to go without punishment, this time.  Two carloads of poles are expected  to arrive shortly for the B. C Tele  phone Co., and a large gang of men  ���nill be again put lo work erecting  them. The new quarters for the  ���'central" at the rear of P. W. George  St Co. are being fitted up, but it will  probably De some weeks at least before  the new office is occupier.  THE BL1HD PHRENOLOGIST  Prof. B. S. Cooper svill make his  third visit* to Greenwood as a lecturer  on "Phrenology," commencing his  course in the Methodist church on Man-  day evening at S o'clock. Public head  readings are given during the evening.  Both instruction and entertainment  are promised. No admission charged,  tput a collection will be taken. 4-5  L000f.  F.  BUNDARV   VALLEY  No. 38. 1.0.0  Meets every   Tuestlav  Evening at xmi in the  I". <*��. O. P. HaU.    A' cordial Uivi tnti.iH is ex  tended to all sojourning- trettierii.  D. McGLA_HAN,   . S. E. BELT,?  "H. G. Rec-Sec  R. H. Bggleston, secretary-treasurer  and director of the B. C. Copper Co.,  is paying a visit to the mines and  smelter of the company here. This is  his first visit to Greenwood, and in an  interview with the Times last night he  explained hiins.lf as being amazed,  delighted and thoroughly satisfied with  the tremeudous extent of the Mother  Lode working, with the comprehensiveness of the company's ore properties arid with the extent, completeness  and efficiency of the smelting plant.  He had been told of it by correspondence aud in private conversation, and  he had seen photographs illustrating  the properties and works, but not'until  he had personally visited them had he  gained but a slight conception of the  magnificent achievement here wrought  out, and of the boundless possibilities  before his company. It was a revelation to him and his satisfaction was  complete.  _1-RNA.CE BI.OWN IN.  On Tuesday last the first of the three  big new furnaces was blown in. Mr.  Rggleston turned ou the current of air  that, started lhe glowing fire and in  forty-five minutes, from the time the  draft was opened, the molten slag was  running iu the settlers. The work was  done without a hitch. The new machinery stood the severest tests and  proved a complete success from the  start. The second furnace will be  started as soon as sufficient power can  be secured, and the third will be used  when found necessary to handle the  steadily increasing output of the mines.  SUPKKIOK   FT-KNACKS.  The furnaces, each With a capacity  of 500 toils daily, are of a new design  and are considered superior to any  others now in use. Prior to making  arrangements for the improvements to  the smelter, J. E*. McAllister, manager  for the company, visited all the leading  smelters in America, and became  -faniili-i.r with the best features of them  all. Before placing the orders for tlie  new furnaces they were planned to include all that was lies! in other types,  with the result that as they stand today  they are the embodiment of all the  best features known in furnace con  struction. Mr. McAllister stated they  were much easier to keep in thorough  working order aud much easier to  handle than the old ones formerly used.  IMPROVHD MMTHODS.  The method of handling the slag is  TfKrTljf-t'lie system t^wlTiclTmliciraf-"  tention has been given. It was form  erly hauled away in five oi six ton  pots, requiring two men to operate.  Th. new pots have a capacity for  twenty-live tons and one man drives  the electric motor aud by the simple  touch of a lever dumps the mollen  mass down the slag pile. Under the  old system it was necessary to have  two tracks running past the. settlers,  for while the pot was beiug emptied  from one side another had to be filled  from the other, necessitating continual  attention from the men in charge.  Under the new system all slag is laken  from but one side. When the great  pols have been filled from the steady  Htream, au immense automatic ladle  swings round aud receives the slag  while the pots are being emptied. On  the return of the empty pots ihe man  in charge lunches a crank, the ladle is  emptied into the pot and swings back  to its place, ready for use when again  required. This is a device especially  constructed to meet a need peculiar to  the B. C. Copper Co's. plant and its  desigu was conceived by Mr. McAllister and executed * by Mr. Williams.  These are but examples of the manv  improvements which make the new  plant the most trodern in Canada caud  one of the best iu America.  Mt'THKI- LODE A Sl-Kl'ltlSK.  'In speaking uf the Mother Lode  mine. Mr. Rgglestou became reininis-  i.ent. He went back tothe autumn of  1896, when the late J. F. Tichenor,  then president of the B. C. Copper Co .  had purchased the mine. Mr. Tichenor  had secured the advice of experts and  had paid his price. He then came to  visit it. and after inspecting the property sat down on a log and cursed the  day he had been swindled into buying  such   a   pile  of   worthless   rock.    He  lived, however, to realize something of  the immense value of the property. To  Mr. TSgglestou it was a wonderful property, no less fur its vast extent than  for the economical manner in which  the ore can be handled. "When it is  remembered," he said, "that from the  time the ore is blasted in the mine  uutil it is reduced to blister coprer, it  is not touched by human hands and is  handled by gravity, it will be realized  to what extent the best economy can  be utilized. We have lhe mines capable of producing a collection of ores,  iu the proper proportions, lo produce a  perfect llux, and with iron, sulphides  and silicions ores and the clay bank,  the B. C. Copper Co. holds the key to  the smelting industry of the district.  I have visited all the mines of the company and I believe in them the Boundary has a splendid paying proposition."  Speaking of W. L. Austin's recent  visit to the Mother Lode, Mr, McAllister stated that Mr. Austin had estimated a deposit of two million tons of  ore above the 200-fool level and a not her  million tons between Ihe 200 and the  300-foot level. Of the lower levels it  was impossible to estimate.  BEST COPI'ItR  ON  THT*  MA RKKT  Speaking of the quality of the B, C.  Copper company's copper, Mr. F,ggle-  stone told of an incident that recently  occurred in New York. It is-well  known that manufacturers of electrical  machinery ' demand the best grade of  copper obtainable. One of the.largest  manufacturers recently learned that a  firm of copper refiners were receiving  an exceptionally fine grade of copper  from the B. C. Copper company. The  manufacturer offered to pay a higher  price for this copper but the refiner**  refused to sell and upon being pressed  for an excuse were obliged to admil  they had to use B. C. copper to raise  the standard of the inferior products of  the American plants. Mr. McAllister  explained that hia company were able  to produce'such excellent results by  having ores free from dileterious and  non conductive substances aud by  their improved methods of working rp  fie. matte.  UNLIMITED  CREDIT  Of the financial standing of the  company, Mr. Egglestou spoke in the  highest terms. "We .have both the  money and the inclination to develope  our properties here. We have unbounded faith in their ability to .pay'  profits and-since visiting the mines  and smelter I have shown my personal  faith by purchasing more stock in the  open market at 100 percent premium.  It has been the experience of most  milling companies that in buying  machinery a cash deposit was required  with the order. Our experience has  been that we could get all the machinery we wanted and pay for it practically as we saw fit."  Mr. Fggleslon expressed himself as  highly pleased with the the present  management of the company. To Mr.  Keffer's tenacity was due the thorough  and consistent work carried out at the  Mother Lode and other mines and to  Mr. McAllister's engineering and business ability  was due the   splendidly  it if if a & n at is* ���tutt <. Kii{t-s��#ei��i #��_�������������# tn ������������������������I ,��:i��*,.'  ft  ft  We will offer something new and ��  up-to-date in  inner oets  and Jardiniers  Don't Miss it.  A. L. WHITE & CO.]  Phone 16. House Ftirnishers |  ������.���-.��  ��-��li-^ lit !{t ft I*-0 �� * tt tt 111 f> �� # �� ^  *$ ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tytytytytytyty'tytytytyli'  plTTnueirreduction works aud the  economical manner in which all their  enterprises are beiug carried on.  Mr. Rggleston will remain here for  a week or more before returning to  New York. He expects his visit will  encourage visits from other officers of  the company, shareholders and financial men. V  Elkhorn Beer  Is  unexcelled, as   is'-evideuced   by   its  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading: Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  FOR SALE-  Nice convenient cottag-e  in north end  of town,  with 1arg*e aanlen.  Seven-roomed house in south end of town,  furnished and up-to-date.  Two-roomed house with  25xl00-foot lot.  in, $500.  Well  Close  Houses, rooms, cabins and shacks in all parts of  the town to rent.  Mines, Stocks, Real Estate and Insurance.  Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.  GEO. R. NADEN. MANAGER  P. 0. Box 126. BROKERS Greenwood. B.C.  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  tttytyty tytyty ty tyty ty tyty ty ty ty ty ty ty tytytytytytytf  ftft����ttftOftftftaafteft����ftftftft��9��aa00ttoa������etteaftft*��ft����***a��-e*��  S & CO.,  DEALERS IN  *  ��  �����  ��  a  _���_  *  ��  ��  *  ��  ��� -  ��  vvnttQitaoaQ'boatittotfatfttaaaoQttGtfttoeo'stittQoaoeiifaenenennamnn  ���><~x��:'***:**<*4-<--*^  --"������JS.-E?.-'  ft  �����*-  ��  �����  ft  ft  *  ��  ��  ��  ft  ft  ft  ��  tf  o  ��  *  ft  *  *  is  ft  ft  *  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft.  ft  *  ft  ft  fresh and ���ured meats  Fisb and Poultry.  .'������j-..  '.���-'r-.-ii  V�� 17  tl  ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEER  TEU 13S  I  P. O. BOX 9j.  Solid Oak  Dressers  For beauty, style, durability [ and     usefulness  ombined    with   moder-  _ ate price onr,  | Dressers, Stands, Sideboards, Dining  | Room Tables and Chairs  S* have no superior.  |   ====================  Y   We are leaders in Furniture.  I      T. M. GULLEY & CO.  v 2  t       Furniture Dealers and Undertakers.   Greenwood andMldwaty.       i  i BOUNDARY   OREEK TIMES.  DOMINION COPPER CO.  Review of Its Organization  and Work.  PROFITS GROWING  FAST  Earnings Increase from, $11,000 to  $33,0001Per Montli.   Company  Is; Well Manaffed.  An especially prepared article appearing in the last issue of the Boston  Commercial, (fives the following* review  of the Dominion Copper Co.:  -���Inquiry into Ihe. affairs of the Dominion Copper company reveals the  fact that the company is in a strong  financial position and earning an average of about $32,000 monthly. The re  cent activity of-the stock ou' the curb  started rumors afloat that I ho largest  interests in it were manipulating it  and selling Iheir holdings. ft can be  said on very good anthorit}-, however,  ��� hat insiders and their friends have  been buyers of the slock and that there  is no considerable amount for sale a1  anything like cm rent prices...  SUCCKSSOK TO MONTKKAI", & BOSTON.  "II will bo recalled that the Dominion  Copper company is a reorgnnidation of  the old Montreal & Boston company,  and in this connection will be remembered the failure of MiiiiroeA Munroe,  who were indirectly ��� Interested in the  floatation of lhe last named company.  The scandal. which developed ai that  lime had a tendency to prejudice the  public against everything connected  with the Montreal & Boston company,  . but Samuel Undermeyer of New York,  and Mie interests with whom he is associated in other enterprises, had the  properties   thoroughly    examined- and  i  J?"**''"*?-"*^-^  j.-'r. ���  -  7.     ^���y'^^^7;y^;i.li4^^-;^h^0f0ifi  Madame flerseethc famous Prima  Donna,' who, after a lour through  the States, was summoned to sing  before tin*. King al Buckingham  Palace, has recently reaped great  benefits from Bileans.. Tn the course  of an interview with a loading journalist, she said: "1 was often subject to liver trouble and indigestion,  aud th- usual remedies seemed quite  inadequate and gave me no relief.  T saw a report about Bileans one day  and thought I would give them a  trial. The result of the treatment  was as surprising as it was pleasing.  I felt quite another woman. Bileans  are so delightfully easy to take, loo.  and one has not to go .through a  long weary course before reaping  benefit. I am now recommending  Bileans frequently to friends and  pupils."  Bileans area household remedy of  unsurpassed 'merit Their operation  on ilie liv��M- is just what is needed  In transform an inactive, diseased  organ into a healthy one. They  also stimulate the digestive organs  ..Whttii- you rt'ineuilier that biliousness, .indigestion, constipation,  piles, dizziness, wind pains aud  headaches all arise primarily out of  liver and stomach disorder, you at  once see how Bileans, by correcting  liver and stomach, cure these ailments in the surest possible way.  They also cure debility, anaemia,  female ailments and liver chill,  clears the blood of impurities, and  area boon to pale faced girls and  weak women. Of all druggists at  50c. a box, or post free fr;.tu the  P.ileau Company. Toronto, on receipt of price.  purchased a larg-ft idf crest in the stock.  "The company "was reorganized as  the Dominion Copper company, with  Si,000,000 of 6 percent bonds and .SOO.OOO shares of st-oiilc, par value 510 per  share. A portion, of the bonds, about  $700,000, was issued last year at 00 and  a bonus of .200 scares of stock accompanied each S1,0C'0 bond. The remaining 5?300,000 of; bonds were issued a  short time ago*, at par, and while the  bonus of stock was given as before, it  brought a premium of 1.29.80 with each  bond, netting file com-pany au additional ��380,000..  VERY STROISCi FlX-vr>-_fAI,J,V.  ���'As a result of careful attention lo  the company's Iwiancial affairs,  the management *h:i,s carried il through  the reorganization! and equipment slace  lo the present tiine wilh an available  cash surplus of ajjproximalely 5750,000,  which can be used for the purchase of  other property, further additions to its  plant or other im-provements. A sinking fluid has been, established and provision made to retire $100,000 of its  bonds annually. It. is understood,  however, that the -management'intends  lo retire $200..000 laetweeii now and July  1 of next year.  STii-si/rei". ofrkatton,-*,  "The old Montreal & Boston smelter  had two furnace**?*. One of these was  put into commission in December, 1905,  and the second in. January of the present year. Since, the latter date the  company lias m.-ello.d an average of  about C00 Ions o:f ore daily and has  earned a considerable net profit every  month.  "During Juily., for example, the company produced about 375,000 pounds of  copper at a cost of less Uiau 10 cents  per- pound and. earned nearly $32,000  net. Its earnLng-s since, its 'smeller  went into operation are given as follows:  December S11,9_G :  January ."'.  20.3S.S  K,bhiary. .....29,471      *"���  March  25,8-11  April........  31,932  May     3,116  June .'.'  22.904  July .'  31,432  "The company lias made considerable improvements in the old Montreal  & Boston smelter. Tt has bought an  additional acreage for slag dumping  ground and put the machinery in excellent condition. It ��� is at present  building another blast furnace which  will be completed about January 1st  This will be the largest furnace in  British Columbia, having-a maximum  capacity of 900 tons of ore f.aily.  After it is completed it is anticipated  that an average of fully 1,200 tons of  ore will be smelted dailytresultingin a  production of 750,000 to 800,000 pounds  of copper monthly, or an annual output  of 9,000,000 pounds at a cost of about 8  cents per pound.  PROSPBCTIVK EARNINGS.  "As the company's copper is sold in  the form of matte, it must be figured  as having a value ou the present market of ahout 18 cents a pound, a profit  of 10 cents per pound on an output of  9,000,000 pounds annually will give the  companj- net earnings of $900,000 next  year; THf-Tlvill-bT^ufficielUMtTTaka'  care of its sinking fund requirements  and leave about $1,50 per share for the  stock.  "It will be seen that the company  must have earned approximately $200,-  000 since its smelter went into operation  about nine months ago. Its net earnings are apparently paying for the  addition to its smelter and all other  equipment, as the management is  quite sure that the company will have  S750,000 net cash surplus at the end of  the present calendar year.  POWER econoaiv.  "Arrangements have recently been  made for an important reduction in the  cost of the companyjs power. At present, it is using about fiOO steam horse  power which is costing S135 per horse  power per annum. A contract has been  made with a local electric power company for 1,000 horse power at a cost of  only $30 per horse power per annum.  It is figured that this economy alone,  will amount to more than 1 cent per  pound of copper produced.  MINKS   ANll  DKVKI.O-*MENT.  "'The properties owned by the Dominion Copper company consist of about  400 acres. Several of the claims adjoin  the mines of the (Tranby Consolidated  Copper company. Included in this number are the Idaho. Brooklyn, Standard.  Stemwinder, Montezuma and Kawhide.  A large amount of development work  has been done on this group, ami the  greater portion of the ore now being  treated comes frum these mines. It is  estimated that they :i:ive sufficient ore  in sig'.'.l to supply the smelter with  1,200 tons dailv for a period of ten  years.  "Another group of properties located  at Deadwood, include:, tbe Atliclsoti,  Sunset,   Crown   Silver,   Morrison  and  G. O. D.    These claims are also being  developed.  "Al Summit, the company owns the  Mountain Rose mine front which -a  heavy sulphide ore containing small  values in copper, gold and silver is  being mined and sent to the smelter for  fluxing purposes.  "MANAGEMENT IN GOOD HAND,.  "The president of the Dominion  Copper company is ex-Senator Warner  Miller of New York. Samuel Newhouse,  the Salt Lake City mining magnate,  well known through his connection  with Utah Consolidated. Boston Consolidated and other large mining enterprises, is the general ���manager; and M.  M.Johnson, right hand man for Mr.  Newhouse, is consulting engineer. At  the mines T. \i. Drummoni' is superintendent and \V. C. Thomas is superintendent at the smelter.  "Mr. Newhouse personally bas recently expressed himself as very much  pleased wilh the developments at the  Dominion property. He believes it will  make a big and profitable mine.  "After returning from a recent visit  to the property M. M. Johnson declared that during his connection with the  company the mines had never looked  so promising aS Uiey do at the present  time.  EXPLORING OTHKI- PROPERTIES.  "Thoroughly progressive and wide  awake to its opportunities the management- of the Dominion Copper company  is constantly on the alert "to purchase  additional properties of merit when  they are offered at attractive prices. At  present he has two large groups of  claims under option and is spending  some money opening them up aiid testing* their value. The company will not '  buy prospects, but it is willing to use i  a portion of its treasury surplus fori  purchase of new properties provided'  it can secure those of demolish ated j  value which are practically sure to re-;  turn several times the price paid. '  "The policy  of the  management   is i  to build    for   the   future while  taking <  advantage,   at   lhe   same  time, of all  present   opportunities.    Dividends will j  probably  be   paid   on   the  stock   next;  year.    Development work   will be can-j  tinned meantime on a steadily increas- I  ing- scale, and as soon   as the manage-1  tneu't is warranted in   doing  so it   will!  ... i  provide greater smelting capacity, the i  expectation being that,  eventually the j  company may handle several'lhousaud !  ..-������.. ���     i  tons of ore per day and earn dividends :  which will entitle the stock to sell for j  al least five or six limes its present I  price. j  "It is ���pointed out that the .Granby;  compan}', which is now handling about !  2,400 tons ol ore daily, is earning an  excellent return on the market price  of its capital stock, which is now over  $17,000,000. The capital stock of the  Dominion Copper company, bonds included, is selling for less than $4,000,-  000. The ores of the mines owned by  the two companies ire almost identical,  and if the Dominion Copper company  can be made to produce and earn as  much as Granby is earning at present, !  it. will give its 500,000 shares of-stuck a  market value of over $30 per.share.  ANN DAI,   HE PORT  ==^ii-The-Doiniiiion-Copper-compaiiv--has-17.  i WINES,   LIQUORS   AND   CIGARS  ������ -ni���-iiim-iM  WE    BUY   IN    CARL0ADSD1RECT   FROM    THE    DISTILLERS  Always ask for  Greenwood liquor Co.,  Greenwood, B. C.  mmmmmm  Wednesday,������ October 10th, at 2 p. m.  Men's Felt Hats, .popular shapes aad shades.  At 75c, $1.00, and $1.75.  Men's Shoes,  regular $3.00 and $4.00  For $1/75  Hunter-Kendrick. Co., Ltd.  "The Big Store"  r  .-S��NB.AY- DINNERS  served in iirst-class style.       '  Splendid Menu.  *|  Open at all Hours.  Prompt Service.  -PACIFIC CAFE7  ���MOORE������& McISLROYv ���'���������'..'-..' . Proprietors.  J  issued its annual   report   for  the  year  ending July-."il,   l-JOG.    An analysis of  its operations during the. eight months  when   its  smelter was   in commission  from   Dec.   1, 1905,   <.o July   31,   1906.  shows   that    133,084   tons  of  ore wefje j )  smelted, producing 3221   tons of'matte, j j  which   had   *>   gross   value of 5640,129. j  The operating- cost,   ihcludiiig mining, t  smelting,   converting,   markeliug  and;  administration expenses, was 5500,985, j  leriviti",    a    net     protit    fur   the   eight  months of 3139,144.  ���'The   report   contains  an   extended    \  statement   from   M.   M.  Johnson, con- , \  suiting engineer,   concerning   Ihe condition of the mines.  "President Miller stale.;: "The Kawhide. and Ilu- Idaho claims are now in  a position to furnish I lit* additional  tonnage necessary when Ilu* new fur-|  nace goes into commission, and our,  output will be from 12"����� 1" 140(1 tons of  ore per day, ur considerably more than  double our present capacity. The  plant and equipment at the mines and  smelter have been pui into first-class  condition." j  GREEN PEAS,   CAULIFLOWER,   '  HEAD LETTUCE,   CARROTS,  RADISHES,    TURNIPS.  and NEW POTATOES  FRESH MEATS,  FOWL AND FISH,  BUTTER AND EGGS  I'  13R10N   MEAT   CO. f  Copper Street  "V-VA^Awl!!  Trv Custo. the  A iiilerson Bros.  breakfast food.  4-5  Deadwood Street, Greenwood,  Torments of Tetter and Eczema  Allayed.  The intense itching   characteristic of j  eczema, tetter and like skin diseases is]  instantly  allayed by   applying   Cham- ! '  berlain's Salve, and inanv severe cases \ {  have   been   permanently   cured   by   its i  use.     l-*vr sale by all druggists.  This studio is now open and will be open ALL  ���'THE YEAR ROUND.  The  highest class  of Photographic   work iu  every branch.  Films and plates developed j for amateur.  _g_3___a_gq*f emu u |i JimuMn, t  THE OTHER FELLhP PAID THE  FREIGHT  On the   lar**e,  new   ami   nobby line of j  j Jar.leriier^, dinner and   toilet   tcts just  I received.    A. L. White & Co.  4-5  ��      JLa ��   The Kind You Want U the .Kind  nntlfiSJ I You Get at Our Job Dept.  S_3�� THE BOUNDARY CREEK   TIMES  PRINTING  CO

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