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Array Vol. 11.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30 l��H>6.  No. 13  PONT NEGLECT THEM  If you have an eye strain, or an eye headache, or imperfect  vision, there is something wrong and it should te corrected.  We will test your eyesight and give you the necessary  correction without delay of experimenting.  All work guaranteed. "Any Occulisfs prescriptions filled,  OPTICAL GOODS OF ALL KINDS  THOMAS   DRUG   CO. :  LIMITED  I  JEWELERS  WATCHMAKERS  REPAIRING  We make a specialty of  watch and jeweler**** repairing. ; Our work is guaranteed to give satisfaction.  WATCHES  AND CLOCKS  cleaned and repaired and  ^anything-in the-j ewelrAUine_  repaired  on short  notice.  JEWELRY  Regina Watches have  become the standard of  accuracy in the watch  world.  GET ONE NOW  DIAMONDS,^ CHAINS,  FOBS.  LOCKETS, NECKLETS  BRACELETS.  SOUVENIR   SPOONS  Just received a beautiful  line of Sterling and Plated  ware. Sterling Carving  Sets, Coffee Spoons, Cold  Meat Forks, Berry Spoons,  Cream Ladels, Sugar  Tongs, Jelly Knives, Fish  Forks, Knife in Case and  numerous other articles.  Also a fine line of  CUT GLASS  _suitabl.e__fc__.gifts=or_^our_  own table.  I  Our Christmas o*oods are now arriving. We invite you to look them over-in  your%*e timeTfore the rush commence!. Perhaps there would be something  you want and we will gladly put it away for you.  THE SMELTER STRIKE  Conferences   Have    Been  Successful.  THE ttUESTION  SETTLED  Work Will Presently Be Resumed at  the Mines and Smelter. ���Are  Making Ready.  QCS3):_^^  RENDELL & GO.  Underwear  Stanfields  Truro Knit  Is The Best  Underwear ForWomen  Believing that Stanfields Unshrinkable  Truro Knit Underwear for women to be  the best on the market to-day, we have  put in a large stock of this popular line.  We are showing it in all wool, and silk  and wool, in white, cream and natural,  and at all prices.  Stanfields Underwear is made in Truro, Nova  Scotia, in the most up-to-date factory in Nortli  America, by skilled labor only, nothing- but the  finest Nova Scotia wool being used in the manufacture, and it is guaranteed to be absolutely  unshrinkable.    Try it and be convinced.  The negotiations that for the last  three days have been going on between  the smelter management and the men,  have been successful, and the Miners'  union on Thursday evening*, by resolution, accepted the scale of wages  adopted. The Work of drafting the  understanding reached, into an agreement that shall be binding to both  sides iu the issue will doubtless be  proceeded with at once, and within a  very few days things will be running  in normal way. The losses of the employees of the company's properties  that have been standing still for ten  days will equal the entire gain for a  year under the scale, and the company's losses during the:strike will be  several times the amount- it sought to  save per year. ���  But there have been , compensations.  Trouble was afloat and apparently had  to come.' The storm did not burst suddenly; mutterings thereof had been  heard for weeks.  Without douot the scale of wages is  now set for a term of years, and the  contracting parties ought to see that  these are signed up, and once signed,  each party ought to hold the contract  inviolate/ The company cannot afford  to violate, and if 'the union sigrias  such its higher powers would not permit it to.  Mayor Naden and Ernest Mills  played an important part in the settlement. The calm counsels of these  men weighed with both parties and  helped smooth the,way to settlement.  Striving to be a peacemaker, rathe*  than a champion, the Times has tried  to tell the story of lhe trouble as it  was, in this way suggesting the wrongs  of both sides jr.s we saw them.  He -who tries to stir up strife in such  times is like one who takes down the  dyke in time of storm.  Although Manager McAllister has  been very ill, he has been able to take  PRESENT   OUTLOOK  General Development Very  Satisfactory.  FOUNDATION IS   SECURE  The Country Generally Is In a Progressive Mood and the Out *  look  Hopeful.  part in the conferatSe^'at^reariticbtr-  venience and suffering.  We congratulate the men un the  orderly way the. strike was conducted  and on their securing '\hat they claim  is a living wage; we congratulate the  company on getting, although at loss,  their affairs on a harmonious, and we  trust, permanent basis; and we congratulate the public that a prolonged  strike was averted.  OUT IN IDAHO"  The most successful melo-draiua of  the season, has been secured to play at  the Auditorium for the night of Tuesday, December 4. "Out in Idaho"' is  an adaptation of Brette Harte's famous  western stories, and is an attraction  that has been meeting* with the highest  praise in all the large-it c'ties of the  States and Canada.  BANDFAIR NOTICE  The committee of the band will  call at each house on December  3rd for the contribution of needlework. Please have your donation  ready. Thank you.  Although the pnst week has been  one of solicitude, particularly to merchants who have large, stocks of goods  on their shelves, due to the trouble between the B. C. Copper company and  its smelter employees, the tone of  things general'.y has been buoyant  among those who think and who are  not ready at the least sign of friction  ortrouble or disappointment to grow  despondent and prophesy thingsdire-  ful to the district. Despite the silence  that has reigned at the big works here  for the past ten days, the man who haa  looked, beneath the surface of things,  will find much to convince him that  the basis of the district's*, business is  sound and secure. The ore is in the  camp, the prices of the metals are  flattering, and no- minor considerations are going to stand in the way of  ���making mining a permanent industry.  The quarrels of lovers are the renewals of love, and misunderstandings  between employer and employed are  healthful for both if resultant in the  removal of the causes of friction.  A better order of things generally  results from reconstruction.  As if to take our eyes from the unhappy status at the. smelter, most encouraging stories have been coming ih  from other fields of labor and investment, and summed up, the situation is  encouraging.  For a long time it has been believed  that the Greyhound had within it  mighty possibilities, but the past few  days have done more to demonstrate  the. same than all the previous work  thereon had. What will it mean to  Greenwood should future development  confirm the present prophecy for the  property? Another great mine, right  at our doors, another but a close-in  link in the chain of big things on the  west hill.  But the high grades, too,   have been  handing out their  prize   packages the  pasi^f e w day sfas- if- to^end'en courage-^  ment opportunely.  Strathmore development has lent  emphasis to its phenomenal values;  and the Mavis has been the talk of the  camp, its rich ore the hope of those  within almost the envy of those without. Nothing but good has come from  Skylark, Prince Henry, Crescent and  Providence, and the Elkhorn has again  entered the shipping list.  Added to this, work on at least two  more properties has begun in Central  camp.  In a few days we will forget our last  week's annoyances and with faces resolutely set, march into the brighter  tilings ahead.  A remarkable circumstance attended  the boring of an oil well iu Indiana  recently. At a depth of 450 feet the  drill peuetrated a tree, through branches, trunk and roots, in the order named.  Some of the fragments brought to the  surface were found to contain lively  blacK ants, the presence of which at  such a depth no one is able to satisfactorily to explain.  KEEP AWAY  en  Womens* Goods,  Men's Goods.  ^***���i -***��*��� i���W**^''-**  Work was to have been renewed at the Mother Lode mine  on Wednesday morning last, but  when the men started for work  they discovered that during the  aight somebody had posted a  "keep awav"' notice, pending  complete settlement of the smelter  trouble. This would appear to  be a logical sequence to the vote  of sympathy extended by the men  in the -mines to the men in the  smelter.  A chimney connected with a gold  smelting furnace in Vallejo Junction,  California, had been tilling up for the  past year, and finally became so  troublesome that the managers of the  plant ordered it cW.aned. The refuse  was afterward treated in the gold rooa  aud was found to contain gold dust  worth S7.000. The directors immedi  ately ordered appliances attached to  the chimney to prevent refuse from  passing out into the. air.  Horses Wintered���Send your  horses to S. Stooke, Midway, to  have them well cared for. Tens*.  $10. 11-13  a  ���f BOUNDARY   ORE��$4  T1ME&,  OPERA HOUSE  AUDITORIUM  2 Nights Commencing  ���' \ Opera House  J 2 Nigi  \ commencing  3 -  One Night  only  _-_._���...��., .��i~   ���  ���-.   .,..-��. �����.t>... t  HARRY WEBB CHAMBKRLAIK'S  melo-dramatic, comedy drama  success  In  Prices $1. and 75  Seats now ou sale at White's and  Thomas' Drug Store.  LABOR'S SHARE OF PROSPERITY  A pleasing phase of the prosperity  .which prevails throughout metal mining districts is the general and voluntary advance in wages which the mining-companies are extending to their  employees. Regardless of whether the  camps are union or non-union, the  operators are sharing their fortunes  with the miners. In the Montana  camps, which were the first to. take  cognizance of the miners' right to  .Bhare the increased prosperity, no man  is now working for less than $3 per  day, and all others who were receiving  more than that figure were advanced  25 cents per day. This apparently  small increase amounts to an appreciable sum per day when it affects 10,000  men. Other camps to follow this lead  are those of Arizona, ano some of th*  silver producing camps of Colorado.  While not attributing- the movement to  excessive virtue on the part of the  mine owners, we nevertheless suggest  that the miners recognize and remem-  , ber it as an incident of fairness and  as indicative of the attitude of the  companies toward them,���Mining: Reporter.  JUST TO ONE ANOTHER  "The  best  guarantee  for  the  =peaceiof=ithe"world,''^said" Secret  tary Root in a speech  recently,  "is the willingness of the  people  to be just  toward  one  another."  A fitting parody on these words  would be, "the best guarantee  for peace between employer and  employee, would be willingness  on both sides to be just .to each  other."  I Wish to announce to  the people of Greenwood and vicinity that I  have leased the dining  room of the Windsor  hotel and respectfully  solicit a share of your  patronage.  A.    C.     I'iUWB  PROPRIETOR  I  . 5  -AMD-  Clifford Lane  Bruce  And an Excellent Company.  WEDNESDAY  " A Soldier of Fortune "  I THURSDAY  (        "The Virginian"  { Prices $1 and 75c  3   Seats now on sale at White's and  s Thomas' Drug Stores.  : i  V-^*V-/-*V-A��^U/ #  T  *i-mnm.��c��-  J TEN YEARS AGO 1  Interesting Items from the Boundary  Creek Times of 1896.  Remember, you who "have  traveled to Jericho," the meeting  tonight.  Mr. James Sutherland is making a capital skating rink on  Boundary creek by building a  dam across the stream.  ��� Mr. Munroe opened a fancy  goods and tobacco store on Government street this week. His  stock includes some particularly  excellent brands of cigars, cigarettes and cut tobaccos.  The contract for the building  of the bridge across. Boundary  creek at Anaconda has been let  to Mark Kay and John Blough.  Work on the Stemwinder is ,to  be suspended temporarily, notwithstanding that the result of  recent development has proved  eminently satisfactory. During  Mr. FarrelPs visit some few  weeks ago, he seriously con tempi at"ed~erecting asmelter- on the  property next spring.  Sinking was started on the  Ironsides Monday afternoon, the  shaft having previously been  emptied of water. The company  have built a large and substantial shaft house, aud a "common  sense" whim is in operation.  T. Walsh went up on Monday  to do assessment on the Black  Hawk, on Hardy creek. His  claim has a big showing of magnetic iron outcropping.  In a deserted cabin on Boundary creek a number of magazines  were found dated 1864, in all  probability a relic of the placer  mining-excitement of 30 years  ago. _   LONDON'S BUSIEST HOUR  London's busiest hours in the morning are between 7 o'clock and lOo'elock.  This is the time when more than 40  per cent of the pedestrian traffic inwards to the city takes place. Between  5 a. m. and 7 a. m. a little procession  of 35,812 enter by railway and 6,696 by  tramway, a total of 42,508 for the hour.  Between 7 a. m. and 8 a. m. there  streams in another crowd of 76,896 by  rail, and 12,865 by tramway, and -4,707  by 'bus���94,468 for the hour. Between  8 a.m. and 9 a. in. 121.126 follow by  rail, 32,264 be tram, and 19,477 by 'bus  ���163,968 for the hour; while between 9  a. m. and 10 a. m. 127,343 troop in by  rail, 16,022 oy tram, and 17,44* by 'bus,  the hour'a total being 160,809.  Croup.  A reliable medicine and one that  should always be kept in the home for  immediate use is Chamberlain's Coug-h  Remedv. It will rrevent the. attack if  given as soon as the child becomes  hoarse, or even after the croupy cough  appears.    For sale bj all druggist***.  ".-n^"!^, ���~Vr-~Vr J  15,000 Dollars Invested in  Illusions and Magical  Equipment.  <J WORLD'S   FOREMOST  j HYPNOTIST  f        A Scientific Demonstration of the  4 Wonderfully Mysterious  * Hypnotic Force  I HIGH CLASS VAUEVILLE  Prices  ..���        75c and 50c ]  (   Special Scenery   \  ( CHANGE OF  BILL NIGHTLY. v*  \    Seats on sale one   week   in advance at   <  >        While Bros, and Thomas Orug- Co. >  SERIOUS ACCIDENT  A distressing accident by which  Walter Murray lost the" sight of  an eye, occurred,. at the Providence mine on Saturday morning  last.  It would appear that in mucking out, Murray stuck his pick  into a part stick of explosive  which had accidentally got mixed  with the rock, with the result  that an explosion took place and  Murray paid the terrible price.  For nice fresh flowers for funerals  decorations and weddings, write or tel  ephone Spokane Florist Co., Main 5,  Spokane. 5-30  ANNEXATION  Chicago, 111., Nov. 23. The annexation of Canada, tentatively, and ��the  establishment of reciprocal trade relations with a removal of all tariff duties  with the British Dominion, specifically,  is the purpose of an organization to  be known as the British Association of  Illiuois, which was perfected last  night.  The recent speech made in Chicago  before the members of the Commercial  Club by James J. Hill ou "Reciprocal  .Relations _W.ith=.Ca'nada,iI=-was=-respon=  sible for the formation of the organization.  WIND SPASMS AND SICK  HEADACHE  Bileans a Certain Cure.  It is not the food you swallow which  does you good. It is the food you  digest. When the digestive apparatus  becomes deranged, only part of your  food is digested, the rest simply decomposes. This causes gas which inflates  the stomach, causing belch iny, pain  and sometimes (by pressing upon ,the  heart) palpitation. The foul gas so  generated fills the blood with poisons  and is carried to the brain. Headache,  nausea, dizziness and someti-nes a  blurred vision results.  Now, Bileans conect all these evils.  They stimulate the gastric flow, and  the stomach is thus enabled to digest  all the food taken. They gently open  the bowels, so that accumula'ed impurities aie expelled. They purify the  blood, clearing it of prisons, etc.  Mr. H. S. Sharkey, Petrolea. (Ont.),  says: "T suffered ! severely from sick  headache and dizziness, and had a  constant mist before my eyes. A friend  advised me to try Bileans; and a short  course made me feel like a uew being.  I shall always keep Bileans handy, for  they are a splendid householc medi  cine."  Mr. B. Haines, of Shortreed. B. C,  says: "Bileans cured iny wife* af sick  headache when other remedies . had  failed." Bileans are- purely vege'afoi**,  and entirely superior to older medic:iiei>  containing mercury, bismuth and other  mineral poison**.. They aUn .v.ire liver  and kidney trouble*, cousipation. piles,  anaemia, debility, rheumatism, female  ailments and irregularities, blood impurities. They tune up the system and  enable it to throw otf cohls, chills, etc.  All druggists sell at 50c. a box. or post  paid from Bilean Co , Toronto, for  price.   Six boxes 52.50.  D. MANCHESTER,    -    PROPRIETOR  M1HI__T1IISW  THE ROOMS  Finely   furnished  rooms, well liglit-  ed    and    heated.  ��  THE BAR  The cosiest place  in town to meet a  friend.    : ��� '���:    .    :  L  MEET ME AT THE CLARENDON  Qreenwood Ciquor go.  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  WINES,   LIQUORS   AND   CIGARS  WE   BUY   IN    CARLOADS   DIRECT   FROM   THE    DISTILLERS  Always ask for  Greenwood Liquor Co,,  Greenwood, B. C.  The Palace Livery Stable  DRAYING - We Can Move Anything  P...C. BUCKLE  PROPRIETOR  The Kind You Want is the Kind  rilltlllgf J Y���� Get at Gur Job Dept.  ��_? THE BOW-JDAJEY  CKSXK  TTM_5   FTStiTtKG  C��  !  as__ ������  cl  BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following? table (rives tlie ore sliii>metits of the Houndary mines for 1900,1901.1902, 1903,  1904. 1905 and lfM.  as i-eported to tlie J'ounilnrv Creek Times:  MINI. CAMP.  Orauby R.incs Phoenix'  Snowshoa Phoenix  Mother Tjode Dcadwond  1'onnie Belle Deadwood  Idaho  phoenix  "Rrooklyn-Stemwindr, Phoenix  Butcher Bo}- ..Midway  Rawhide...... ..Phoenix  Sunset .....Deadwood  Mountain T**os*i Summit  Aihelstati-Jnc1<po- Wellinr'in  Past  .D^idwood  .. Suttircit  ,. Summit  . Summit  .. Summit  ��� Summit  Summit  ... Summit  .Morrison   B C Mine ,  R Bell   Emma   Oro Dciioro.;....  Senator   Brey Fofrie   No. 37   Reliance Summit  Sulphur King- .....Summit  Winnipeg.! Wellington  Golden Crown Wellington  Kinp Solomon "W. Copper  Bi(? Copper W. Copper  No. 7 mine Central  City of Paris ...White's  Jewel .'. Long "Lake..  Carmi "West Pork  Rambler..... West Fork  Rally [...........West Fork  Providence Greenwood  Elkhorn Greenwood  Strathmore    ...Greenwood  Prince Henry Greenwood  Preston  Greenwood  Skylark Greenwood  "Last Chance Greenwood  E P U mine Greenwood  Bay Greenwood  Mavis Greenwood  Don Pedro Greenwood  Crescent Greenwood  Helen Greenwood  Ruby Boundary Falls  Republic Boundary Falls  Miscellaneous   Total tons  96.600  Smelter treatment���  Granby Co  62.3S7  B. C. Copper Co       Dominion Copper Co  .........  1900  64,553  297  1901  ?31,762  1.731  9",034  1902  309,8=8  20.S0O  141,326  19IJ.-1  3''R.7]S  71.212  l.-*S.n7-'i  15,731  '.'..HI  549,703  1905  603,889  1900  784,556  6,('>U{.  93,920  Week  8,696  .-5,340  174,298  174.567  20  5.731  25,108  3,056  4,747  1.S60  32,3505  3,070  3,250  1,759  4,SSii  2,640  129,683  9  21,074  44,472  3,113,  6W)  ,  2,396  640  (���02  ' S50  7.455  COS  192  1,200  5.646  3,339  19,365  160  14,811  560  8.530  19,494  47.405  37.960  16.400  3,450  222  364  33  1,246  ...������231  650  22,937  15..S37  363  9,485  3,007  1,833  33  150  11.881  6,404 .  132  735  625  2.435  1.076  1,040  2,250  875  586  665  2,000  350  482  79  726  325  160  2,060  890  30  32  145  770  150  20  30  86  76  1,140  15  140  15  20  529  219  993  400  /  ������ ���   60  167;  535  689  155  73  20  40  90  80  52  '50  300  20  \  20  20     0  3,456  60  750  325  , 5o0  ���*o  500  3,230  PAY ORE COLUMN  390,300   508.876   690,419   829,808   933,516 1063,333        14,695  230.828 312,340 '101,921 596,252 ,687,988 773,054  117,611 148.600 162,913 210,484 210,830 104,967       132,570     30,930     84,05')   198,921  9,150  3,213  3,936  Total reduced.  62,389     348,439   460,940   697,404   837,666   982,877 1,076,943       16,299  00000000000000000000000000000000*000000��#0000000��000��  DEALERS IN  ��  *  ��  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  0  0  0  0  0  0  *  0  0000a��000��0ftK**��e 0000 ��0��0��00��00����-��Yv>W#0B0��00*#������!  fresb and Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry,  -.">>.  it  0  0  0  0  0  *  ��  ��  it  #  0  ��  0  0  0  0  9  *  -5  0  0  ��  0  ��� ��  n  it  0  0  O  00000  Just  received  a fine  carload of   Eastern  Oysters,  Clams, Crabs, Lobsters and all kinds of Shell Fish  SMOKED    FISH  Finnen Haddie, Salmon, Halibut, Kippered Herring  MN1��  Copp  FIE  er Street  T  C��  ���i  '  j-('*VAl~V*A��.  ^��_>  OOD,     Prop  ,^-w^i��/'*,*./rfwV'  . #w~\/'****Vv -****\f-'\*rA**B  rfggs&mgSSmmBBMSIS&^'&tEBBB&tt'WBt  ���n  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  The electric hoist for the Bay  mine has arrived and is being installed.  A contract is to be let presently for deepening* the shaft on  the. Don Pedro.  Another car of the Elkhorn's  famous high grade ore went out  on Wednesday last.  The contractors are making-  satisfactory progress oil the  Prince Henry shaft,  Work is being- vigorously continued on the E. P. U. tunnel,  now in over 200 feet. The rock  is growing harder.  The Strathmore took another  leap into the realm of fancy figures this week when another  strike of the richest yet was  made.  The deepening of the Prince  Henry shaft is being attended  with most gratifying results. The  vein grows steadily wider and  richer, and at a depth of 180 feet  the lead is ten inches strong.  Ted Muller,. superintendent of  the Crescent Fraction, is, now  down 100 feet with the shaft, and  is stoping out a car of ore. The  vein is now two feet wide in  places, and averages about ten  inches.  An ore body five feet wide has  been opened on the Mavis, adjoining the Bay, and some very  rich ore, the quartz fairly besprinkled with free gold, is being  raised. Although the present  bondholders have-been, at work  only two months, they have built  a substantial cabin, cleaned up  the old shaft, located the vein,  taken out one car of ore and have  another in sight.  The Greyhound, in Deadwood  camp, is looking exceptionally  well. Prom a point west of the  old shaft the present bondholders  started a tunnel to the east and  are now in over 100 feet. A fine  body of copper ore has been encountered. At a vertical depth  of SO feet from the surface this  ore body has been penetrated 32  feet, and a grab sample from the  dump assayed $17.40, running  nearly 3 per cent in copper.  The Crescent is now down 208  feet. The shaft is in ore the entire distance and the vein has  never broken from the top, growing wider and richer with depth.  The vein is now from five to  thirteen inches wide and looks  better with each foot deepened.  The last assay across the shaft  gave values as follows: No. 1,  $148, average of vein $111.70.  Picked samples of the Crescent  have run as high as S394.40. The  board of directors recently passed  A-Xej__lutionJnstru.gUng^beJocal_  management to install as quickly  as possible a 125 horse power  electric motor and 7-drill compressor^   THE HIGH- GRADE BELT  Work is now being vigorously  prosecuted ou the following  claims in the Greenwood high  grade belt, and arrangements  completed for an active winter's  work:  Bay,  Mavis,  Skylark,  Dynamo,  Elkhorn,  Crescent,  E. P. U.,  Providence,  Strathmore,  Prince Henry,  Crescent Fraction.  Although, with few exceptions,  these properties are practically  still in the prospect stage, over a  million dollars have been realized  therefrom.  A   well   selected   stock   of  winter suitings just arrived.  Staple  Blue    Worsted  goods  in Black and  and Serges,  Fancy Worsteds, Cheviots and  Tweeds, all heavy weight.  For nice Pattern and Fine  Qualitv these goods cannot be  beaten. Prices are reasonable  and we turn out first class  work.  -  CLEANING DEPARTMENT.  DRY CLEANING STEAM CLEANING  Garments Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired.  Copper Street  MERCHANT TAILOR.  Greenwood, B. C.  ii ���*?(����� 00000000-1* 000rf��00000090#��0i:-  if  0 -        '  <t#*|-| 00000*0 00000000J--  it  a  y imp  :7*-l/  .'$t-~-y'h&  \ v  GOOD CHEER  0  if  0  0  ��  if  if  ��  if  ��'.  if '  if  0  0  c  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  ii  a  0  it  if  11-tt  =l"Y^_rri'VMLa<sr  are the best.    Just received a nice new line of heating and  cooking stoves and ranges. ��� See them before you buy.  We have extra castings for our stover.  .Your old stove taken in exchange for anything.  A, L. WHITE & CO.  Phone 16. House Furnishers  0  if  6  #0���� ��80��0<���>��������� 0000-J" 0 00 0000000000 0O0V0000000---000B0000 0000  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  In Time of Peace.  In the first months of the Russia-  Japan war we had a strikihg- example  of the necessity fer preparation and  the early advantage of th^se who. so to  speak, "have shingled their roofs in  ilry weather." The virtue of preparation has made history and given us our  greatest men. The individual as well  as the nation should be prepared for  any emergen y. Are you prepared to  successfully combat the first cold vim  take? A cold can tie cured .much more  quickly when tr.-ated as soon as it h .1  been o->nirac;e.l and before it has in-  oome ^ett'iei' in lhe >Y-sieiii., Chamber  Iain's Cou^li Remedy i= famous for u_  c.-.rvs of cold* and it should   b_ kepi ::t  WHO DOES YOUR LAUNDRY?  Do  you   patronize  unmese   laundries?      Dirty,  foul-smelling, dammv. unsanita-y shacks.  LET US DO YOUR LAUNDRY  By modern methods in a wea equipped, up-to-date  plant and gel your personal imen, bed linen, table  linen and und-.-rclothins.-- returne*.*. sweet and clean.  Drop us ;-. postal.    Telcpiio.ie or let us  know in  any way and our delivery rur will call.  PHONE   59  Greenwood Steam Laundry  hand ready   for   instant  Use.  by all drtt_gists.  For  GOVERNMENT STREET BOUNDARY   CREEK  TIMES,  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  I. H.  HALLETT  Bakristek, SOUCITOK,  Notary Ptuuc  Cable Address:       "Hallett."  I Bedford M'Neill's  Codes ���< Moreinjj &. Nears.  I Leiber's  Greenwood. B. O.  ought to have intelligence enough  to see that the mission of himself  and others in the same line is a  gigantic failure, and if he doesn't  believe it he is worse than weak  to try to condone the heinous  offense of a  brother  churchman.  J. P. McLEOD  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Ofpicks in  RENDK__ I'LOCK  Over Bank of Montreal  P.O. Box 31  Pbqsk 81  GREENWOOD, B.C  J. R   BROWN,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Tel. 92. Notary Public  Offices, Wallace-Miller Block,  GRKENWOOD,  B.  C.  F. M. LAMB,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office with F. W. McLaine.  Coppre Street. Gheenwood, B. C  W. H. JEFFERY,  Consultiw*; Miningr Engineer.  Properties examined and   reported   on.  take charjre of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  Will  GREENWOOD.  B.   C.  A.HARRYH00K  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  Control and Umpirk  Assays A-gS.Kcr-u/rY.  j*3**-*~Samples  received  by mail   or  express assayed 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.  " ���~~ ~ClK       ���'"'  Boundary Creek Times  Issued Every Friday  BY THE  Boundary CreeK Printing and Publishing  Co., Limited,  Duncan Ross President  J. W. Ellis    Manager  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pur Yeak'1    2'JO  Six Months.   1 2S  To Foreign Countribs.. ...'... 2 50  Thb cost of living in the  Boundary, always expensive, appears to be steadily growing  dearer. An advance is noticeable  in nearly every feature of household expense. Rents, which went  down materially for some years,  are slowly going up. Fuel is  dearer than ever before, due,  doubtless, to the greater distance  involved in getting it into mar-  ket. Groceries are higher, boots  and shoes are advancing and  clothing is being marked up.  Why it is so is not easily explained, but1 the cost of living-  appears to keep in sympathy with  the upward movement in the price  of the metals. Part of this increase must be due to sentimental  reasons, although doubtless  largely the result of Increased  cost of production. As a result,  labor, too, which is scarce, seeks  better rewards, and its rights in  the premises cannot be  disputed.  ��;���, uiT_: wa^'of-r^;;! mmmimtmmfmmwrmwmfmwmm^  are   lashed   into   fury  wind blows riu'ht.  when   the  Shortage everywhere, shortage of one of life's necessities���  fuel. The wail comes from north,  east, south and west, and is  chargable to man's cupidity,  strikes in the mines and shortage  in means of trn asportation.  HAVE YOU INSURED YOUR SKIN?  x-.wtr-A-ys  ;<iZ_S^g___>  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1906  A FEW DONT'S  Don't presume on the rights of  your employer.  Don't encroach on the rights of  your employees.  Don't begrudge a good day's  work for a full day's wage.  Don't watch for an opportunity  to clip the time or the wage of  labor.  Don't forget that good faith is  the foundation of contract and  that without confidence business  is unreliable.  Don't forget that others have  equal rights with you to the  product of their efforts, and that  life's comforts are equally enjoyable by all.  Don't forget that there are limitations to what any business can  pay its help, and that managers  are the creatures of conditions  und the servants of others.  Don't forget that living is high  in this country, and going higher, and that good labor is scarce,  that men are worthy their hire,  and are entitled to be treated as  men.  Once again the English newspapers are taking an interest in  British Columbia, and its mining  camps, and in some instances are  advising the investing public that  the province is worth investigating as a field for the profitable  employment of surplus money.  The Boundary is little indebted  to England for any assistance up  to the present, most of our capital having come from American  sources. This may have been  due to the ignorance of a large  part of the English public on all  things British Columbian, but  now that the lead has been taken  by the Financier and other papers, some good, may accrue to  the interests of the province by  the profitable employment of  some of their idle millions hereabouts, o  It is given out in the press of  Seattle that the exposure of the  land frauds in Oregon resulting  in disgrace and even death of  those in high places, is to be  eclipsed by coming events in  Washington. Secret service men  who have been quietly burrowing  for months past, now have evidence enough to convict those iu  high places, and soon the exposure will be on. The seats of the  mighty there are claimed, in some  instances, to be upholstered with  frauds that smell to heaven, The  stories of fraud iu Canada, England and the United States that  are constantly coming up, lead  one to ask, are public honor and  public fidelity dead?  A novelty iu the \va.j of  church music has been introduced  in the Sellwood Methodist church  Portland. Oregon. It is not a  male quartette, nor a female quartette, nor a surpliced choir of  boys. It is the use of the phonograph, pure and simple. Sacred  music on tap is the new order of  things aud is reported as taking  immensely. This novelty in  church music will cut out choir  dissension, to say the least.  A Northwest farmer died recently  from blood poU-oning- following the  prick of a rusty nail. A tin tack on  which he trod, penetrated a Chicago  boy's toe. and lie died later from lockjaw. Both7of these deaths could have  been averted if a box of Zam-Buk had  been handy. The air is full of poisonous g-enns and microbes which settle  on wounds and���and what? If left to  go their own way they set up festering,  suppuration 11 nil frequently blood  poison. If ZaiTiBul: is applied these  harmful g-ernis are killed and the  wound is healed.  One of the greatest living" chemists  hits proved that Jjam-Bttk has more  power to kill harmful microbes in  wounds than crude carbolic acid, and  it does it painlessly. A little Zani-Biik  applied to a cut, a sore, a burn, or a  bruise which breaks the skin, prevents  the wound from taking-the wrong- turn,  and speedily heais it.  Mrs. Bright, of Johnstone, N, B.,  says: "I go' my fiuj er poisoned by a  prick from a needle, and as it got very  bad I applied some old fashioned remedies. I continued to get worse, and I  then tried Zam Bttk. This both cleaned  the wound and healcc' it aud soon all  trace of the injury was gone."  In cases of cuts, burns, bruises and  other injuries, Zam-Buk is the best  'insurance.'" It is equally good for  eczema, chronic ulceration, ringworm,  scaling sores, abscesses, inflamed  patches, running' sores, bad leg, old  whunds, etc. Also for chapped hands.  Of ."ill druggists at 50c. a box, or post  free from the Zim-Buk Co., Toronto,  upon receipt of price. Six boxes for  S2 50.  CF-'  CF*  CF*-  CF*  (*=���*������  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Q?*<  Q_=<  Q=*  CF"-  CF*  CF*  <_=<  CF*  C7F*  rF*  Capital, ali paid up, $14,40.0,000   $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $159,831.84  Hon. President:   Lokh Strathcona and Mount Koyal. G. C. M. G.  Prcstilmu.:    Sir Gkomik A. DKliatMoxn, K.C. M. G.  Vice-Pre.-aduut autl Giinera.1 "Mauajrer :    E. S. Cuoostok,  Braucnes in London, Eng. \ ��llJV'ri&%��*, \ New _ork, Chicago.  Buy arul sell .-'leri'iiif "Exchange ami Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial .111  Trarell-irs' Creilitc-, available in ativ yart;of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,-    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  x=5-  _.  r  *=���*���  .v_*  .n  jr  *=*���*  >=D  ��4=r5  *=!*���  >=_  *=_  TtmmwMimMmMfmwmMmmlssei  Paid-up Capital,$10,00,000.   Reserve^Fund, $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Managa  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ' nS6--_ft AT T-h'n: !��*OU..*J'tVKRi'a RATES*  ii _n<i -a-tnisc. ��� ."   '���$ sums*"--  !>i;i_   it'?, aia-;-.**. -no1' *-KC"-*-3is-iv" ttS     ft MM?*  ''    "?.-*.*>        " "* Sao    5. ceoi*  -    $stj''      "      .       *' $50 :   15 cent**  ���:n*w Orders are Payable al S'iVi* at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank  i Yukon excepted), and af. the..principal banking' points in the United States.  NKfiOTIAULa AT A  KIXliD K.A1 VI AT  THE CANADIAN IJANK Ol* COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.   i  They lonn an excellent method of remitting small sums of mone*v  with sufety and at small cost.  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed on deposits from Si upwards at current rates.  Greenwood Branch   -   -'.-    -   W. ALLISON.,Manager;  To Employers of Labor:  WINTER EXCURSIONS  An Italian is hardly less elusive than a Chinaman, and 7\ve  shall be surprised if the $1,000  reward offered by Supt. of Police  Hussey results in the capture of  the miscreant who committed such  an outrage recently at the Canada  hotel in Niagara, The latest  rumor in this connection is that  the- King girl was  not blown  to  EDITORIAL NOTES  According to newspaper reports the Rev. J. H. Fer tig,  Methodist minister at Clarkston,  Wash., reflected credit on neither  his profession nor his church, by  his last Sunday evening's sermon.  Quite recently two prominent men  of Lewiston, just across the  Snake river from Clarkston, have  been convicted of land frauds by  the U. S. government, the fraud  being connected with subornation  of witnesses. The reverend gentleman is reported to have excused the crime on the ground  that everybody did the same  thing when opportunit}* offered.  If Mr.   Fertig-   believes this he  pieces,    but   abducted,   but  seems highly improbable.  this  Maritime Provinces, Ontario, Quebec  the Old Country.  The Canadian Pacific Railway announce a series of low round trip rates  first class three (3) months' limit from  Kootenays to all points in Ontario,  Quebec, Maritime Provinces and the  Old Country.  Rare from Greenwood to Toronto,  Montreal, Windsor and intermediate  points is $83.55, Halifax or St. John  in , connection with ocean passages,  $94.55.  Tickets will be sold daily November  24th to December 31st.  Corresponding-  rates   will be  quoted  to  all   eastern  Canadian   points   from  all Kootenay stations.  ^Tliis*"is=Tur lOTuWSl^ppdrtimity^tcr  visit e? stern Canada or the Old Country  at Christmas at a low rate.  Detailed information sailing* lists,  for ocean steamers, first class or tourist  sleeper reserva'ions ou application .to  local agents, or write  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  Nelson, 13. C  Bilious Attack Quickly Cured.  A few weeks ago I had a bilious  attack that was so severe I was not able  to |tro to the office for two da vs. Failing  to ��et relief from my family physician's  treatment, I took threeof Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablets and I lie  nest day. I felt like a new man.���H C.  Baiiey. editn'r of the News, Chapiir  Si. .C, These tablets arc fur sale by all  druggists.  Are you conversant with the Workmen's Compensation  Act." The only absolute protection offorded is a Liability P0I1C3V The "OCEAN" Policies, (the largest  accident company in the world, with assets of over  Seven Million Dollars) provides a complete*indemnity  against all liability, relieving* you from all responsibility, worrv and trouble.  ���*- *���  Frederic W. McLaine,  District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  .*��.:��.;m;m;.h;m;m.>*X'^^^^  ery Barn  SUNDAY SERVICES.  CVi'KOi.ic.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10a. ni.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.: Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. KiiV.J. A. Bi'iUKii, ��� >. M. I.,  pastor.  A-SGUCAN���Si.   Jude's.      Rev.   John |   ������  Leech-forii-'r,   13. D., pastor     Services'  at  8 a.  in..   11 a.  111.   and   7.30   p.   in ;  Sundav   school,  2:30   p. in.    All seats  lessness  or ignorance is charga  ble to someone, nnd the dead man  can't  talk  back.    Meantime, the  other   vessel,    the  Jeannie.   has  been libelled for a lars*e amount.  The recent collision in Seattle  harbor, by which nearly half a  hundred lives were sacrificed, is  now charged up against the dead  mate of the Dix, one Dennison,  who went down with his ship.  Gross carelessness, criminal care-j 7^    MidwaVt 2nd  and 4th   Sunday  each month at 3:30 p m Phoenix, 1st  and 3rd Sunday eiic'.i month at 3:30  p. m.  Pkesbytf.i-.IAN���St.   Collimba.    Rev.  M. D.   Mckee,   pastor.    Services-;   11   a  ni. and 7:30 p.   in.: Sund.iy   sclinnl 2:30  p. in.  Methodist���Rev. H. S. Hastings,  pastor Services at 11 a. in. and 7:30  p. ra.; Sunday school. 2:30 p. in.  I am  now conducting the wood  business  formerly owned by Hugh McKee and am pre-  4)rcpa_ed^to=si-_ppJ-V-7the^  at  lowest   prices.     Good  wood   and   good  measure.    Phone your orders.  3*T-  ;very  The best of Horses and Rigs at all times.  HAY, GRAIN  AND FEED STORE  Chopped   Feed,'  Hay   and   Grain.  Livery Phone 19, Feed Store Phone 124  ���t  ?  Y  Y  Y  Y  %  Y  GEO. II. CR0PLEY,   '.-   Proprietor, if  .x~:--:-<*.-��~X'��XMX**--;^^^  ti  "f.!  ty\  r    ���  -$*������'  ty'  ty'  ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tytyfity ty ty ty *& ty tytytytytytyg  in fliTw  :i  IHIiiiifi  iLLii-*'*  - .v 111 v.* "����� i*t N .i- tcrt��f. ��v tn Kr. ���  3-0 n ��ia"J* m> .mm  j Electric   current   supplied    for  Staid old Hamilton, fit tvpe of  the orderly, law-observing east,  has had a serious stirring up.  Police and military have been  busy, and bloodshed and broken  hones have resulted. The street  car strike put the elements of  order and of disorder at variance,  apd ia places converted the streets  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  Power, Liorhtinsj*,   Heating* and  Power furnished  and   air-compres-  with   an absolute  continuous power  V entiia.niii'.  for Hoistin.ic  siny*   plants,  guarantee of  service for operating*.  Get Our Rates. We Can Saw. Yen Money  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  t  *>**i  1 fctytyty tytytytyty-%1 ty.^ty.tylg  ������.tytyty  nMeS *&# e%��  hZ'imU*'  ^ii.SfHr'.Ai ��_������'���'? /������#  VES-  cold  Weather  Chamois Vests $3.00  Chest Protectors  25c to $2.50  ���or���  if  you  want  to make  your  own  Chamois  Vests we have  Water Tanned  Chamois Skins  ���;. ���;   25e to .$1.50'  Oil Tanned  Chamois Skins  15c to $2.50  Gleapiiigs From tlie Throng of the Metropolis  p.  S.���Water  Tanned  Chamois Skins are  the ones to use for  -' making     Chamois  Vests    and   Chest  ��� Protectors.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Naden-Flood  block.' , ..-;���  Born���To Mr. and Mrs..Frank  Spearing, on Sunday, 25th inst.,  a son,: "  Ed Melville 'and a number of  his friends from Midway spent  Sunday in town.  The Skating fink is now in  good condition and will be opened  to the public at once.  Judge Clements of Grand  Forks, was in Chambers here  ���'luring- part of the week.  We are glad to note that Geo.  J-I. Collins, who has been rather  seriously ill, is recovering.  A reward of $1,000 for the arrest of the Niagara desperado has  been ; offered by the Provincial  government.  Alex Miller is reported in the  Spokesman-Review as being in  Spokane engaged in completing  a deal on the Fremont.  A. A. Frechette of Midway, is  preparing- to open a harness shop  in the Miners' union former reading room on Copper street.  Mr. C. N. Bell, who has been  with the Hunter-Kendrick company here since 1901, has severed  his connection with the firm, and  has left town.  "  K.,_.. Hedley, manager of the  Hall Mines smelter, was in camp  during the week looking into the  interests of his company in Central and Summit camps.  Superindeudent of Police Hus-  sey, who has been iti the Boundary for some, days iu connection  [with the Niagara outrage, spent  a day or two in Greenwood.  The Greenwood Curling club  will hold a meeting at its club  rooms on Monday evening next,  December 3, for the election of  skips, and introduction of new  members.  Constable Thomet of Midway,  has resigned. It is reported that  his resignation was due to disallowance of a claim for S3, expenses incurred in connection with  the location and arrest of Dale.  J. R. Fro thing-ham of Spokane,  was iu town Monday- last, adjusting the lire loss which recently  occurred to the Detioro compressor  building   and  plant   at   Summit  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evening's.  The Odd Fellows will give their  Christmas tree on Thursday, December 22nd, in the Eagles' hall.  The committee requests that the  members of the, order will send in  the. names of the childreu and  their ages to Fred B. Holmes by  the end of this month.  OVER AND DOWN  . Owing to rise of water in Kettle river, the stages are not now  able to ford the river at Midway.  As a result passengers and express come across Ihe foot bridge  below town and meet the stage  there. Meantime the newspaper  mail will come around by Grand  Forks and C. P. R.  Mrs. W. F. Proctor, wife of  the local manager of the Bank of  Montreal, is in receipt of the sad  intelligence that her father,  Major C. Ei. Phipps, died in Victoria " Thursday morning last.  Major Phipps was a retired array  officer aud in his early days was-,  in-waiting on Queen Victoria's  household.  "My Turn Next," at-the Auditorium Thursday evening was a  pleasant incident iu the program  of a pleasant and successful  event. The assistance of the  Greenwood Amateur Dramatic  Co. to the ladies of St. Jude's,  who had the affair in hand, must  have beeu as gratifying to theiu  as it was enjo^yable to the public.  The funeral of��� William Richards took place from Gulley's  undertaking parlors on Tuesday  last. A large number of the  members of the Miners' union  turned out to show the last marks  of respect to the deceased. As a  mark of respect to the deceased,  who Was a long-time resident in  Rossland, the Miners''union flag-  in that town floated at half mast  Tuesday. -;  Murdock Mclutyre, livery stable proprietor at Phoenix, lost a  fine pair of driving horses last  Friday evening bv having them  driveu over the dump near the  milk ranch, just west of Phoenix,  on the Greenwood road. The  road is very narrow at this point  and the bank very steep, and the  team was driven over to its destruction. Several accidents have  taken place at this point and  many others have been., narrowly  averted. A public highway traveled as much as this is, should  not be left in this condition.  The investment of a few dollars at this point by the government would be highly commendable. In this instance the loss  was about S500.  CANADA'S GREAT BANK  The statement of the result of  business of the Bank of Montreal  for the year ending October 31  1906, shows very favorably for  this, the leading financial insitu-  tion of the Dominion. r  Profits for the year, after deducting all management charges  and providing for possible losses  through bad debts, reach the  total of over one and three-quarters of a million dollars.  A yearly dividend of 10 per  cent was paid on capital and  auother million dollars added to  Rest account. Assets of the bank  reach the enormous total of over  one hundred and sixty-eight million dollars.  An evidence of public confidence in this bank is seen in the  fact that the bank's deposits, interest arid non-interest bearing,  aggregate one hundred and thirty  millions.  The bank's stock now stands at  258 per cent.  The long delayed work ou the  Midway bridge across Kettle river  has again been resumed by Foreman   Williamshursf. '   Delay   on  'OUT IN IDAHO"  Under the direction of Ed,   F. Adams  & Co., 127 Easth Fortieth  street,' 'iSfew  Splendid       ;  Assortment  Garden Land  We have  acquired   a  ,====^lar-s:-e-^uii_bjer=^f=jQ_s  on the flat at the  north end so situated  that we can sell you a  a half acre or a whole  acre of land very  cheap for cash.  this work has wrought serious i York city, at the Auditorium, Tuesday,  inconvenience to travel. The j Decern ber 4tli, is rated by both press  order for the timbers,   which arei.!Uld public to he tbebest western  play  since the days of M'Liss. - It is a play,  true to nature, picturing- life in the  far west as it was in the early daj-s,  when the vigilantes were the law makers. "Out in Idaho" is replete with  catchy, natural situations and spark  ling comedy. Reserved sears can be  obtained at White's aud Thomas' drug:  Stores. '���'..-  THEY UNDERSTOOD  It was a school director in ''Bingtown  who visited the school an 1 tried to get  the pupils to stand iu line bv saying:  "Now, all yousp.children what's bigger  =tJ__>lJAl_________j__E___ ge t b e h i n d t h e  now beginning to arrive, was  placed in August, and the delivery, thereof promised- in 14 days  from date of order. The delay  appears to have been unavoidable  on the part of the department.  Mr. Carl S. Holm an has'resigned as superintendent of the  Mother Lode mine and will go to  Spokane for a well-earned rest.  Mr. Holmau has been with the  B. C. Copper Co. for several years.  At one time he was iu charge of  the No. 7, in Central camp. After  work was suspended there he was  ^oTiWte^'tc'-h'e^managemen-t^of  Gaunce &  Wickwire  camp.  Mr. Arthur Napper, who has  been with HunteryKeudrick here  and in Grand Forks for over five  years, has moved to Greenwood  with Mrs Napper. He will take  the post vacated by C. N. Bell.  ������* The Ladies' Aid of the Church  o ��---Eu gl an dav.ish_to.Jt. alee Jthjjs j_p_  postunity of returning ,thanks to  the Greenwood Band, who contributed so greatly to the success  of their-Bazaar entertainment.  The many friends of Frank  Spearing are congratulating him  on the happy domestic, event by  which tbe household has been increased 50 per cent in point of  numbers and much more in point  of joy.  The register of the Imperial  hotel for the week contains the  names of T. S. Hussey. supt. of  provincial police, of Victoria;  Harry G.'MacDonuell of Nelson,  and Judge Clement of Grand  Forks.  Norman McLeod of Boundary  Falls, died this morning. He  walked into his rooms iu Craig'*-*  building and asked for a cup of  tea. but before it was served fell  to the floor and expired in a few  minutes.  Mr E. Fovle Smith, who has F���' some weeks past many of  been in town for some davs as- the citizens of Midway have been  sistiiK*-  T.   M.   Gul'lev & Co    ���*������ ��� annoyed by tne receipt of letters.  the company's big mine iu Dead  wood. In losing Mr������ 1-Iolman tbe!  company loses a most efficient  man, and the district a highly esteemed citizen. His resignation  will take effect at the beginning  of the new year.  A party  of Phoenix  uimrods,  consisting of W. A. Macy, L7Y.  Birnie,  6. B. .Smith   and J. McRae, went up to Canyon Citv last  Friday to look   for game.     Wise  meu like they were, Wm. Hannah  and Scott McRae were sent ahead  to locate, and,   if possible, tie up  the game.    Bill   aud Scott   wen  unusually successful in their pari  of   the   play,   aud   the  -party returned  on   Wednesday   with   the  carcasses of nine deer,    it has not  transpired   just   what    Bill   and  Scott did. but the  question is not  disputed  that   some   of the hoys  are dkad shots.  children that's littler than^the rest  But, strange tc siy, he  obtained the  desired result.���Toledo Blade,  RESTRICTED FIELD OF OPERATION  "I gave you a dime yesterday," remarked the philanthropic female, "and  I saw you go into one of those low saloons." "Yes, mum," replied the  weary wayfarer, 'a fellow wid on'y a  dime ain't got no call to yn into detn  high toned ones.*'���Philadelphia Record.  THE STOCK MARKET.  American  Boy       .*>2,_  Canadian  Goldtields ..      .08;.  sSonvfflWS Vod'somo --signed \ Carib-.*.   McKinney         06J_  with initials,   intended  m   throw   C. M. A s. Co. of Can.loO.00  and  flour bins. Price 57.00  they are worth twice  money.  A. L. WHITE & CO.  HOUSE.  URN1SHERS  PHONE   ie  111  ovitin-.  reads-   for  the   Christmas  trade. ' returned, to Midway on j ^^^nZbUh^oi "authorship ; Gra,  Wednesday. He reports business * T-ac *>., ���-u���.,t,Wc. sf,m*> nf ai���  very quiet at Midway.  Mr. G. VV.  Cornish,   who  went  and; to   the   Spokane   fair   with    the; ���     r f^tive.  tvJ Boundary ore exhibit, has not yet ;     ;���*_=....,    I returned", although he   ha.   been  '     'dailr looked .for."for  some  time. ecisll  ; It is supposed that he   is delayed.; -^g-^v,^   .iM.in' -has   resulted    to  in pushing throug a'mining deal. !^h ^J 7.-^^ |l3^ attempt has been  Le Roi is Steady-Money  in Coeur  d'Alene Sfures.  _hc.ru continues to he considerable  trading locally in Coeur d'Alene shares  and some of the Kossland speculators  h_ve made some lucky   turns  in them.  Following are the quotations for this  week:  ASKKl). BID.  .02  .08  .05  Cups and  Saucers  Tea Sets  Cream and  Sugar Sets  Berry Sets  Salad Dishes  Bon Bon  Dishes  Jardineers  Chocolate Pots  Cake Plates  AT ALL PRICES  We invite you to inspect  this  stock   whether   vnihil y or not.  on   wrong   shoulders.    Some   of .Giant  the   letters   have   been   abusive,   Heel:    some scurrilous and some  highly ���inu-n-ati-.i-ai Coal.  Men   aud   women,   M.-ir.rt , i-t., ,.  : married und ���-.ingle, have been the Jumbo ....������...-.,. -  ;reci'-icr-ts in some   cases, and the   Novelty ..................  objects.nf attack in .others.    Con- North Star  : i boo  In order  to  enable; him to������ be:;;{_t)7.l>,i1.!;-0!n^b.   aitd -talk":of 7-p-  - i present and assist iu ihe'ueirdtia-1 -'���  ���  t      ��� *-^ T it*"* I* 1  �����"----    .t-~. o     .'    ������������-_���.,���,,.��� I"----1  dog,    ;��� 7���-! tions '��� betweu   the  B.  !X1*W  yw indulged in.  C.   Copper  Lost���Fox     terrier   ~~to,   .-.,-. . .   .        . .        .  A. "M. Whiteside. i r����m- '   *1U" *  Raiu'iicr-O  Sullivan ..*-.���-��- *.  Snowstorm ...7..........7  "White ''���������������.I;-"���"."......7 77."���'  Roseile  ."...._.....'.,.."...  Poplar Cre'MMohican)'  .1<|  2.10  ' .11  "r'5  .12  ���;1H3;  . Now is th..tiij-.eto_bring;.in   your job  printing   and-' -avoid - the holiday r-a_h.  ���All woak done in.-a<��t*cl��_�� ��tjrie.. :U. ���  ii.-.-   . --���;..-���-   ��  \m>.   >*  vi*  -:"*w- '"it.  ���:.--' ;�� .-ft::? r.?.". ."���.*��� v'sT!   I      J��S*-3S*i��i '  -  ;:; una:  ':���:.- i-Z'h'i *"';i{_4* tf  \ 7%iu*si ��_���*_���      Uj T j\  t<4___i___ ���J " BOUNDARY   CREEK  TIMES,  ������'���r-.t-.i-ni.  v^&e&S^  THE ORE TRAIN  The undersigned Drugg-ist, at'tlie earnest solicitation of the Ferrol Cq.,  Limited, of Toronto, has made a tlioivugli and search in-.;* investigation into trie  merits, of FERROL, and of the mcrtlio Is of'that Company, and he finds that:  [.very cure claimed by the Company is absolutely genuine;' that FERRQL is  manufactured from the host qu.-ility ol M'i inn's Cclel-ratKl Cod Liver Oil (the ^hole,  oi the oil) and is richer in oil slian' any other emulsion, and while it contains. just  the right quantity of the best form of I. on and V\w. phorous, it. is so scientifically  prepared, that not one in a thousand finds any trouble in taking it; that the medicine  lias accomplished the most amazing result,- in its own city: that its sales in the Home  City have been phenoinen il; that, it is --iid--rsed by a 11 druggists without hesitation or  ou-ilification; that it is, in short, all the Company claim* for FERROL, and more.  Th--   more   1   investigated 'the   more   enthusiasiie  \   became.     It  is  no  longer a question ol my  wiliimjness-to handle the  preparation���FERROL���but  how can T   bring it to the immediate suffering of this city?  It is a heavy   responsibility, but I have laith in I iie honesty and laiinussoi the uerrol Company, Limited,  of Toronto, and the unequalled merits ol their preparation, Ffc:RR'*-L.  * (Signed)  rSSS  ,''*si:,-**-.*V**,s_  '���Si__^'-:��i__*  ���?i"^*P#**��**W:iWr'!-  WHITE BROS.  . I find also that the druggists in other cities have taken upon, themselves the solemn responsibility of  standing behind this medicine; and that these druggists have made in each city a daring and remarkable  distribution oi lull-sized bottles.  Impressed by the action of our fellow druggists, and convinced that they would not have given this remedy  such unqualified approval without positive knowledge oi it. merits, I have duoid.d to tollow their example and  distribute iree of charge "  100 Large Bottles of FERROL Free to the Sick, December 10  at WHITE BROS., Red Gross Pharmacy, Greenwood, B. C.  Maintaining s, first-class D.-u*^ S_ ���!*������*, Uu; uln.w n-na.-.V ! ���'i*u*__*isL' .'ic'iiputs a ..>-;i-  ������anding position in the rutail iiruy u'ad.'..iflhisciu. and almost, everv i-.-niv.lv r.liar is..::eM*<l  to th*<*public! 'seeks an outlet through his store. Bui with nn o/e.-diiglo to'r.iu* nr.*i--vis uf  ���" ���**7 Pftkro-1" he ia careful to handle the most i-oliiibhj piopurations. C!otis..*.1iil*utly  vh��_ a.-niedicine ia recommended and .endorsud by this Druggist, that medicine must  have merit.  The above Druggist, after a rigid investigation, described elsewhere in this annoinie..*-  aw-nk, ha* docidad to make, upon his own responsibility, the most remarkable distribution  of -nedtein**! ever- attempted in this city. Convinced by personal experience of the  extraordinary uutrits of  H* hM ptf��_stto_ from the Ferrol Co., Limited, of Toronto, a large number of  bottles of this remedy, for free distribution, and he hereby invites every person snll'eriug  ��� from any.form of blood trouble ; utiy -101*0:1 who is run down, discouraged ft ml in need of u  -���*��werful^toRiej^_p^--person--suit'erii)g-fr<)!u-Goughs���Cold3r^BronchitisrGroup-inid-;tll-  Bronchial or Lung Trouble, Chronic Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Insomnia, Loss of Weight  ���nd all wasting, diseases ; any ��� person who has sought relief in -iny other remedy or Cod  Lirer Oil preparation, and failed to find it, cut out the certificate printed herewith, till <mt  the.blank linea, present it at the store on the dates given, and get a bottle of this wonderful  pwparation, FERROL, Free.  It wes necessary for me to purchase a large quantity in order to have the privilege of  making this free distribution, and tlie responsibility assumed by me in this matter, f am  positive will be appreciated by the public, and the immense sales tliat are sure to follow  will more than compensate me for the expenditure involved.  There is absolutely no sentiment in this endorsement of FKRROL. It is men-ly 'a  business raoognition of a preparation that, possesses positive merit, and a keen ��� desire on  mhe part of a progressive concern to always supply tlie be.se goods ar. the lowest possible price.  THIS CERTIFICATE,  U  Properly filled out and signed, entitles the holder to one large sized  bottle of-FERROL (Cod Liver  Oil, Iron and Phosphorus), if presented at .White Bros,, on Mon-  day, December 10, rroin 9 &m.,  until samples are exhausted.  Name of Patient, -    Address, ���    Disease,-  The bearer of this certificate hereby  agrees to "give this medicine a thorough  and faithful trial and to report to the  druggist named above, within three weeks,  the improved condition of bis health that is  almost absolutely certain to follow.  This Coupon must be presented by adults.  PLACEKS CLOSE)!.  Chesaw, Was.h., Nov. 28.���The winter weather has necessitated the dis  continuance of operations at the Allen  and Bethel placer camps up Mary Ann  creek a few miles northwest of Chesaw.  The past season has been a very successful one, the gravel averaging about  65 cents per yard, and work will be  resumed early next spring-.with modern  hydraulic machinery on the Allen  group at least.  THE GRANT SOLD.  Chesaw,   Wash.,   Noy. 28.���A deal  was closed last week for the transfer of  the Grant mining property, situated on  Copper  mountain  a few miles east of  Chesaw, to parties generally understood  to be representing the   Granby company,  the   big   mining and smelting  corporation   operating   in the British  Columbia   Boundary    country.      The  original  locators  of the  property are  J. A. Anderson and Peter Grant, both  old timers in  this   camp.   Two years  ago  Grant   sold .his   half interest to  James  O.   Li* und agin,  J.  H. Sibbald,  James N. Dunn and William Hamilton.  The consideration involved in the present deal is mentioned as $35,000.   Work  will commence   at   once and preparations will be made to ship the ore as  fast as mined.    The Grant' is  considered one of the leading properties- in  this camp and everybody familiar with  the group lias looked forward to the  time when the mines  would, fall into  the hands of a good , mining- organization as an excellent showing has been  made by .occasional assessments, and a  wonderfully rich property  is expected  in the Grant when extensively worked.  The deal was put  through by  M.  A.  Smalley, representative elect from this  district.  AMERICANS' IN COBALT.  Ask Mr. Norris 7 Bryant, the well-  known Montreal broker, what he thinks  of Cobalt, and his eyes will glisten.  "Wonderful, wonderful," he will  say, rubbing his hands* gleefully. ���  Desiring first hand knowledge, Mr.  Bryant, with his brother, and some  other friends, paid a recent visit to the  camp,  ' He will tell you, as he told a Standard representative, that he was simply  amazed.  "I had seen thing's before, but this  was the only time I had,been able to  kick lumps of silver witb my feet,  'kind of promiscuous like.' Here's a  specimen. Here's another from the  Nipissing camp."  "How does it come that about a dozen pf American capitalists seem to  have made $20,000,000 out of Cobalt  already? Were our Canadian people  too skeptical or too timid?"  "Well," said Mr. Bryant, "the Canadians do not seem to be so alert aa the  New. York people in regard to the possibilities of mining results. Almost  the moment that the Cobalt began to  be mentioned, the great -American  capitalists sent experts to the spot,  who reported, upon examination, that  the finds were almost   fabulously rich,  other distribution will be made, and it will be necessary for you  to come early in order to be sure of securing a large size  bottle of FERROL ABSOLUTELY FREE  REJ&E&BER, only ONE bottle will be given to each family.     Tell your friends or this Wonderful  Offer for fear they will not see this advertisement. ....  WHAT IT 15 AND WHY  YOU  SHOULD TAKE IT  _QB FSBSOL 00,, Loaus  ....... Kay nth, 1905  j \fa��kh�� <d VEBRROL I secured from  fn% S ksve Caul to do great good. My  Mfj MffV J*-!**? ��� ���*���*���*��� ��oW, and it cured  M&. X ___-�� fete ten sxMUant remedy  jotn tad wM aBjllaa- build ing _ person up  on. I ought say that it was a  jAssfcsr f-Rscd et. nine in the  ffefti ****;BnxA Hi teg Ida bob, and spoke to  montjL���'��� I mnre oass recommended it  .to n-ff>BkB.&as$ *4 ay ftiesds ts try.  YttS truly,  TTSIAT FKRKOI. IKIES.���A careful perusal  of lhe foi*mM!ii; wi); ruadily suggest tc tlii'  reader what r*_U_0_ ,ioe*.  Ii build? up llic run down constitution as no  other preparation can.  It cures A_u*tulu. no matter how chronic, by  supjj'j-iriK the b.on I with just what It requires  in the only form in which Impoverished wood  cm.ii b�� soyupplitfil.  It prevent)) <'<>ii��MHiptlw_ by fortifying the  constitution ujrainst ill attack*.  IL restore* \��rvu��* Vitality in s nianuer  little *hortof ���imi-ivilouc.  lt cure* CoukIii*. Cold*, KroncUitie and kindred disomies br buildinjr up the eonotitution  *o that the Fjr<iorii n'ill throw off the disease by  katural pk<i<:l;.-s���a ri.Ty different thing froUi  the uuual method of treatment by administer-'  *necoii��_ medicine* and other drugs which are!  Hure to impair dinesti mand are always dehi'i-j  tatlnjr In their t*'rect*. FEBKOU on the oth. rl  hand, while removing* thedi~eit��e, at the;<a_it:  time iscp.KA.3Ed tiik weight, knriches the  blood, and Improves the patient. In every  reapect  - ���.'jlft-TJ&sI'-ta lo the development ef delicate in-  fcsteand children, and it is particularlv r:\ln-  i. 8> TlB_SBp."->��7dU*- for b Ji and Kir_ at the y.rln.1 of  �� -i--"^^)^ tenneUien mttr ���__,_._��nland w��niBNka��i!,  v.'f*J'^m^-:- 'V'SSB tftcr an as E_��ly to outtfrow their  OUttfTOW  jli'fc:igth and the syttetn i* rendered psculiarly  t'lscei'tiliie to the attacks Ot dUieaue.  It strengthon** the mutfclet, tones up the  nervee, improves the vitality", strengthenj the  notion of the heart, and builds up the whole  nytteui .so that the germs of disease can obtain  lib foothold.  It h:i> ii wonderful recuperative effect on the  llruin���briiming to It in proper f��rm Pho>s-  phoruH, tliel'rain'u chief constituent; attack*  of depression and morbidness, "brain fag,"  otc. are dispelled���the cure i* ba>-ul. con-Hruc-  ���*vi* and compute  UII .IT IT IS WOT--It if not a "Patent Medicine ''���the ingredients ar�� freely made known,  oniv the method of manufacture being *<x:rfli-  UEMEnBCR���There li oaly ����e SmuWon  of Cod Liver Oil, Irea and ffcoa. ker_s, and  thatonels KEltttOU  If vou feel the need of a Re<��toratiTe tea that  \ on get FKRROL and do not be pat off with  something -just aa good "���there U nothing  luil f so good���nothing "Jvst the same,' Protect yourself. ^  Cod Liver Oil, Iron and Phosphorus are not  new remedial amenta; for agea their merits jand only aifcnt which will supply, impoveriahea  h.tTR been known'and recognized,and for many B.ood with the red corpuioles wicii it must,  j-i-ars ptiy.sifiians have'indulged tha hope that hare in order to in-, un- a healthy condition,  ���oiu�� 'i��y a satisfactory combination of these end rhetpfeeru, which ba<= a*> e_ual as a  roxuedics W��u3d  !�����  perfected aad   tb* full Nerve toai��  and that they would be found to be  very extensive. That was enough.  Capitalists began to invest. Specila-  iion followed. People iu Montreal,  and even the local press had bt'*.**.i Ois-  ti -ed to 'knock' the Cobalt, but tiiar is  ij.o.use tVoiii? who did so.did not know  ������'.. bimati'.-n ���The St   lidnril.  TRADE CONDITIONS JN   CANADA  MuNTKEAi-The   active    movement  continues,   cspcci'iily   in   all  lines of  '������raw poods.    Gnlt and rivt-r steamers  are unabU    t>'.   h;un U*   all   tl.i    fr<-?��M  'Tc-rinp aur, p. :��� the <*"-nais "t*e hrbir tn  ;  r %���  u\-  a' aiiy   tiuie,  s'nn    c. in.try  l>nyers. nre likely to he more or ie*��s in���  !��������� rivenittirid      The  wiri'ei   ha-     <<n  ,i        v-it''-:>   ai<i   n 'nil    tiaat   ���'���   >.>>  }*(���< <i��, ch'.I'lit.'i; i-'i.c fnr.-. k- uion  ..cue  .... ,.,'s ;.     iit '������' *   i ���''   ' 1"'   ���*"'    "*-��� <- ie  i   i..     i-, i-c! 1 Van w a*-iin'ii. ii  . i!     .* t  ���    -!���:.    *'t.f    i-..|">: ".i-ti   if    ci..-*1'�����'������ rs*  :i..  *rled ii. .-  -,   tVi.  .1    u ai.   ci 11  with    wir1   r"  beoeJIt of their _fa-_ivi_B propertiee nadt  available.  In "1'EKiiOL"' tkut bope _a< at liutt beea  rally rrailxeU, and the' practical benefit!  resulting from st*s use have far exceeded the  most sanguine exj ecUtione.  These aientu are oombined In a scientifically  prepared Eiiiu_,ion *o palatable that even a  nursing infant can and will take it readily,  even jrreedily : so ea^iiy, assimilated that the  most delicate digentive organ*] will di��pn��eof  it with lean dltaculty than they would experience in tha digcfluia of t e plainest food.  WUAT IT is. -������ FEKBOL." ��;> its oanie  impliee, te composed niaiuiy of Oil and Iron-  It ����, in nhort. a Pkk��-_ct Emclsio.v or Cod  Livkr Oil and Iron, with a imxlicum of  Phcw��hor_i added, and U positively ijie ��aly  preparation combin ag the.-^e in^i>*<ii**iits.  The apparently ��� xtrnvacant claim that it  h�� no equal in it^ >ie<:uU_r ei.here is ba��ed on  tbe following common sense reasons:  It combines in paiat.ible form Cod 1,'Tei- til.  the greatest ti-i-ue-builder and tlusnprodiicer  known to mclic_l . :iuni-e, with Iron, the one  ��� ���   *���-���,!���,.    Tie  r.tte   for   c< li  *"���   id  i   6 "1.--1- ci-ii*.  ���   '.".:���:-. '*��� i ".rt .:i   '-ade  ���'.'-������<:-������:     '-.:.��� ��� ��� ' -  as  . v.     j;i   .,.��� u .���   ��� i-��^   iiivii��t_   _i_   JU  ���d demand.    I i   jinic<*rtes there has  ::- "  '������-'- rr-orrrr-rvr, ���ri-h sutjara and  ii    i.iir   prices.    Leather  7.-:.--    ^r-:     -ather    quift���I>n   �����  4  .71 if  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor*  ating promptly done.  lUal! Papering  Jlnd Kalsomining  Send in your spring orders.  6eo.tVCbom.son  Boxi>255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  0<>0000000<>0<>000<>000000��<K><>  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc,  ESTIMATES FURNISHED  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C,  9 '" ���  .  . PHONE 65. 9  CK��K)00000<>00000<KH>00<>00(>00  S. BARRY YUfLL  5-yW  . .���.,7���r,scSvP"  S&^'t, ��� . *.    . .:���:-���.  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       AND'  JEWELLER.  All workguar.inteei I    GREENWOOD  T*ieFRESHEST BRE AD  Cakes, Buns7and Pastry  always on hand. We also  cany a first class stock of  Staple Gkockries.   :    :    :    '  Vienna Bakery  A* SAKR1S, Proprietor.  Phone B 28.  First-Class Meals  At all hours, from 5 a. m. to  10 p. ni.  All prices.  NATIONAL   HOTEL    CAFE  K. BURCHAT and C  DUBEK, Propr's.  Elkhorn  %-$T^^  I i'l  OKANAGAN OUTLOOK  Vernon, B.C., Nov. 22.��� A big land  deal has been put through whereby  Maddox Bros.. ' of Winnipeg and  Moosejaw, who commenced operations  in Okanagan district last summer by  purchasing the B. X ranch, have acquired, about 4,000 acres about 17 n*iUes  south of this city, says the Vernon  News. The purchase was made from  Charles Harvey, of Kelovvna, and embraces a stiip of land lying between  Okanagan and Long lakes, with a  frontage on both sheets of water. It  will be at once subdivided into 10-acre  lots, and ample water is said to have  been secured by records from lakes and  creeks in the hills about eight miles  distant in the east, to irrigate every  lot.  Mr. Maddox states tl$t it is the intention of the new owners to start a  townsite on the Okanagan lake front,  where a wharf will be built on an excellent natural lauding site and the  irrigation system above mentioned will  supply pure water for domestic tfse to  every householder. Mr Maddock is  confident that the fruit lands and town  lots will sell easily and quickly in  Winnipeg and other Manitoba towns,  and in the early spring he will start  out.an excurson car with prospective  purchasers who will reach the mild and  balmy climate.of the Okanagan while  Manitoba and the northwest are still  clutched in the icy grip of winter.  Under such conditions he thinks that  not a few of them will at onge make up  their minds to acquire property here,  and make this district their future  homes.  SUMMERLAND  The transfer of Nine Mile Point  from the Southern Okanagan Co., of  Penticton, to the ownership and control of the Summerland Development  Co., marks a very emphatic step forward in the opening up of this district.  Nine Mile Point and the available contiguous land will make an ideal settlement, with plenty of excellent water  and one of the finest beaches on the  lake. A ferry across to Summerland  will be a necessity and will aid in the  development of "both sides of the lake,  Saturday last the Maud Moore carried  across to the point a large and1 representative gathering of citizens who  invested in the new property to the  tune of eighteen thousand dollars ���not  a bad beginning. Faith iu the future  of the Okanagan is not at a discount  yet.  If your business is not worth  advertising-, advertise it for sale.  A merchant who is not willing- to  exploit in prints-hat he has in  the way of good goods or bargains and why he expects the  public to call upon him is logically supposed ,to have little or no  reason to expect trade. Have  you _.__something.... wortli.....telling,  about? One of the quickest ways  to get the ear of the pecple is the  judicious use of the Times' advertising columns, It gives you  a service that nothing else can.  RIVATESALS  .OF  Is   unexcelled, as  is  evidenced  by  its  its popularity in ail the towns  of the-B^undary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize  home industry by insisting on having  "ELKHORN" BOTTLE!). BEER  TEL. 13S  Household Furniture  Everything practically new and in  first-class shape, consisting of  One heavy oak Center Table,  One handsome mahogany Rocker,  One unique mahogany Roman Chair,  One heavy Flemish Oak Rockc.  One massive Sideboard,  One dining room Table.  Six dining room Chairs,  One uew Queen Heater,  One Bedroom Suit, consisting of handsome Keppeled Oak Dresser and  stand, massive gilt enameled bed  with reinforced springs and good  mattress complete,  One Toilet Set.  One Sofa.  thiiqu** cane V* hatnot ami Ta'il. to.  mutch.  One Kitchen Table.  A fuli rani;.- "f Kitehru t.j It-n-.il.-.  | Thesct   i;.io.:!s   may   !>������   ^-n at any  j   ' '    time and wiil be sold fur c��>h.   L'c  | posits require'! <>n all pur,*.h.i.-es.  ERNEST J.. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  'Steam Heated. TL/igh.ted throughout with electric lights.  We offer special inducements to travellers as we have the  :6_*.est sample rooms in the city.    Our  bar  excells  all others.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  TttiE GREAT M'EWEN COMING.  "Tliere are more things in heaven  and e;_ith than are dreampt of in thy  phi lose-phy, Horatio," and after wit-  nessinir a performance of the. Great  MciSw'in and his company one is com  pelled ,'to exclaim, "Will wonders never  cease?" McE/wen's entertainment ia  unlike the entertainment of"any. other  rnagicia.a, hypnotist or mind, reader in  that in one evening he performs the  most difficult, elaborate and complicated feats of each. Everything is  novel from beginning to ending and  embraces much that is weird, incomprehensible* and marvelous to behold.  His entire entertainment is presented  independent of the usual stage artifices, such as- especially designed dress  suits, confederates in the audience or  mechanical trapdoors and contrivances  in the stage, and yet, in his magical  performance, they are all tricks iii  which he makes you believe you see  things you do not, and keeps you from  seeing things yon should not.  The mysteries and wonders of  theosophy and spiritualism which Mr.  M cEwen has spent years investigating,  are brought honne to each audience  which witnesses his entertainment in  the exploitation by him. of many of  their most subtle discoveries and innovations.  His hypnotic demonstrations are genuine, scientifically interesting and  highly amusing, and his mind reading  is the superior of any living exponent  of; this branch of mental philosophy,,  Stapoorted by a company including  several well-known vaudeville acts, the;  Great McEwen comes to Greenwood  December 12th.*"  TryThis for Your Cough.  To relieve a cough ur break up a cold  in twenty-four hours, the following  simple formula, the ingredients of  which can he obtained of any good  prescript ion druggist at small cost, is  all that will be required: Virgin Oil  of Pine (Pure), one-half ounce; Glycerin i*, two ounces; good Whisky, a half  pint. Shake well and take in teaspoon*  ful doses every four hours. Thedesiied  results can not be obtained unless the  ingredients are pbre. It is therefore  better to purchase the ingredients separately and prepare the mixture yourself. Virgin Oil ot Pine (Pure) should  be purchasccUin_:he,OEig_naL���alf_ihnce.  vials, which druggists buy for dispensing. Each vial is securely sealed in  a round wooden cas<=* which protects  the Oil irom exposure to light. Around  the wooden case is au engraved wrapper with the name���"Virgin Oil of  Pine (Pure)"���plainly printed thereon.  There are many imitations and cheap,  productions of Pine,�� but these only  create naiuea, and never effect the  desired results, 11-24  PASSING OF INDIAN  The Indian population of Canada is  under one hundred thousand, and British Columbia has one-fourth of the  whole- Mr. Pedley, the deputy superintendent, says that they are becoming  civilized, but this statement would appear to be in accord with the old west  ern maxim that the only good Indian  is the dead one, With the total population under a hundred thousand it is  evident that they are rapidly dying out.  An Indian will, before long, he as rare  as a bvffalo.���The Province.  Chacped Hands.  Wash your hands with warm water,  dry with a towel and apply Chamberlain'**. Salve just before going to bed,  and a speedy cure is certain. This salve  is also unequalled for skin diseases.  For sale by all druggists.  ���*  w wm ffl  H. O. LAMB,  IB! li).  _Text St. Jude's Church.  Dear Mother  Your little ones are e constant care in  Fall and Winter weather. They will  catch cold. Do you know about Skiloh's  Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it has done for so many ? It is said  to be the only reliable remedy for oil  . diseases of the air passages in children.  It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take. It is guaranteed to cure or your money  is returned. The price is 25c per bottle,  wad all dealers in medicine sell 314  SHILOH  Tins toaedy should be t_ tvgty householi  0<>000<?0<K><><><>C*0<J<>0<X><X>00<><><>  CANADIAN  ^r^S____R___z _____r *  Y   M4UKWU_UH___UB  jR A I L W A Y;  Winter Excursions East  $83.55  Greenwood to Montreal, Toronto  Aud all points west thereof in  Ontario and Quebec.  Quebec, St. John, Halifax  Maritime Provinces  Rates on  application.   Tickets on sale  ���dally Nov. 2-ttb to Dec. 31st.  Round trip first-class 3   months'  limit Ole Country rates  $94.55 Return  Halifax or St. John return ocean  farqs.    Saloon,: second, steerage  $95.00. $7600, $54.00  And  up,  according to steamer.  For detailed information, sailings,  ocean steamers, first-class, or tourist  sleeper reservations, apply to local  ag-ents or write  6    E.   R.   REDPATH,   AGENT.  O GREENWOOD, '  6   E.J. COYLE. J.S.CARTER,  6    A.G.P.A.Vancouver        D.P.A.Nelson  OCHXHXXXKK. ... . oOOOOOOOOOOOOO  S.-F..& N.'RY.  Daily  Leave  8:35 a.m.  8:15 a.m.  8:15 a.m.  8:15 a.m.  8:I5-a.m;  PHOENIX  Spokane, Seattle.  Everett, Belling--  ham, Vancouver.  Victoria and all  Coast points  Spokar.e. Fernie;  Winnipeii-, St.Paul  Minneapolis '.  Grand Forks. Republic, Marcus   Northport.   Rossland. Nelson  ���   Kaslo, Sandon   Daily  Arrive  6:45 p.m.  6:05 p.m.  6:05 p.m.  6:05 p.m  Connecting- at Spokane with the famous  "ORIENTAL    LIMITED."  2    Daily   Overland  Trains   2  _Yom Spokane for Winnipeg,  St. Paul, Minneapolis, St. Louis,  Chicego and all points east.  For complete information,  rates, berth reservations, etc.,  call on or address  M. M. STEPHENS.I  JAgent, Phoenix.  S, G. YERKES,  A P.A..Seattle.  " EES_��__5_JJ__5?_  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "Virtfinius"   Mineral   Claim,  sittiato    in   the  Kettle River Misiini; Division  uf Yale District.     Where    located:     In     ".Vcllirtcton  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. l-'urbes M. Kerby,  as a^'eiit fur Win. Hanna. Free Miner's  Certificate No. IUV92, and John Mulligan. l*r��*e  Miner's Certificate No. B2021, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And furthsr take notice that actiou. under  section 37. must be commenced before the  i.SBuauce of such Certificates of  Improvements.  Dated this 15th dav of September. A. D. t**KX..  4-12 FORBES M. KERBY.  nOTICE   OF  APPLICATlOt"  TO PUtfCiUSE  ���Nov. Ulh, 1906  N*-TICE U Leicliy uiven *!ilii *��i.x;y i!.��* -  ait��*r date. I intend t'�� a;i_ly lu the Hun. i-'hicl  Commissioner oi Land? and *>V;irk�� fur permission to jjurchMi.* ihe following described  :_nds :  Beginning* at a post riK��il-:ed .V rs. Avis  Poole's location post, on ihe *>V<-st side of the  Main Reitle Ki-.er abom 3*. ;ti'les ab-iv_ Miv  Forks at Westbridge: luniiinir  ~outh hi' chain-.  ! aloni-'  the  b-ink oi  the  River. West 40 chains.  ('Norths-**.'chains, thence Masi 4" chain;, io \u\v..  ' of commsuciment.  Dated Novtmber 14th. 1W.  j i.Si|rnt.i MRS. A. POOLL,  i by her ajre'atVale Columbia Irnmlrfer C��.  Commercial Hotel  ROOMS  FROM   $1.50   UP  Bath room in connection.  MRS.  POUPARD.  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  ANY available Dominion Lands within ihe  Railway Kelt in British -Columbia, inav  be homc'stcniled by any person who is the soli-  head of a family, or any male over 18 years el'  age, to the exlent of ���iiio-iiiianer section of 16'i  acres, more or less.  PjEntry must Im mado personally at the local  laud oflicr* for ihe ilisii-ici in which the land is  situate.  The liomcsti-ailcr is i-ei'iiii'dil to perform th ���  conditions connected 'Herewith, under one o.  the following- plans:  vl) Al least six mouths'residence upon and  cultivation of i In; l.-ind in each year for three  years.  (2) If lhe father (or mother, if the father is  deceased*), of the homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the  requirements as tn residence may be satisfied  by such person residing with the father ur  mother,  (3 If the settler Has his periuaueiU'resideiu* *  upon farinitiqr land owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the .requirements as to  es idence may he satisfied by residence upon  the said land. =  Six months' notice in writing- should be given  to the Commissioner of:" Dominion Laiidi- at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.     ..- ...  Coal lauds may be purchased at $10 . per hen*,  for soft coal and f"20 for anthracite. Not more  thaii 320 acres can be acquired by one individual or'co m pan v.. Royalty at the rate of ten  cents per ton of 2,00 pounds shall be collected  on the gross output. -  V7.-W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of this" ad.  vertisement will not be paid for. 32-59  'THE MILWAUKEE'  "The Pioneer Limited." St.  Paul to Chicago, "Short Line"  .Omaha to Chicago. '"Southwest Limited," Kansas City  to Chicago.  No tlains In the service on any railway  in the world tbat equals in equipment  that of the  Chicago, Milwaukee &  St Paul Railway  They own and operate their own  sleeping and dining cars on all their  trains and give their patrons an excellence of service, not obtainable elsewhere. Berths con their sleepers are  longer, higher and wider than in similar  cars on any other line. They protect-  their trains by the Block system.  For further information call o*i your  local ticket agent, or  H. S. ROWE. General Agent.  134 Third avenue,  Portland, Ore.  R. L. FORD, Commercial Agent  618 Riverside Ave.,  Spokane, Wash  THE  COPPER  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. 15, 1906)  Is a dozen books in one, covering ihe  history, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurgy. Terminology, Uses, Statistics and Finances of  Copper. It is a practical book, useful  to all and necessary to most men engaged in any branch of the Copper  induetry.  Its facts will pass muster with the  trained scientists, ami it*,, language i.��  easily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facts in plain Eng  ���ish without fear or favor.  Its   lists   and   describes  4626 Copper'  Mines  and   Companies   in  all parts of  the  world,  descriptions running from  two lines to .sixteen   pages,   according  to importance of the property.  The Copper Handbook is conceded to  be the ��  The Mining Man needs; the book for  the facta it give* him a Unit mines,  mining and the: metal.  Thi.- Iuvrsic;!' ijei'd.v the b. .ok i\.r ihe.  t.n-t.- i: _ive-s turn a'x.ttt minin^r, rnin-  ir;- iny.-lin*'ii!s.'iticl '-"pt'i'r s.1.. I istn ��'.'  Huih.i-.-itl of s'.vi t:!',:::s:_. ��-. > i ri j>rni i.--. rt r .-  v.xp.-s  ���! in  idaiti  Kxi*.; ;ish  lJiic.' is 5S in llnckraiii with gilt top;  S7 5u :ri ful! liliiaiv ui*.: n:cn. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address urdered, u-r.cl m;ty -1>; ��� Fetu'rneJ  within a week of re.*e.i*>! if not found  full}-satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  451 Poitoffice Block, Houghtoa,  Michigan. 1 w.;.  BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  s^i  I. 0  0. F-  ���TT-.  Earge Assortment ol English  Silver Plated doods  In Lunch and Breakfast Cruets, Toast Racks, Marma**-  lades, Butter Dishes, Sugars and Creams^ Biscuit Jars,  Salad and Preserve Dishes, and many more pieces too  numerous to mention.  All the latest designs in Japanese Chinaware in  Cups and Saucers, Sugars and Creams. Salad Dishes,  Chodolate Jars, Tobacco Jars. Biscuit Jars, Jardineres,  etc.  Gold Traced Victor Stock Pattern Always in Stock I  10 PIECE TOILET SETS  FROM  $3.50 toS UK-  97, 102, 116 PIECE DINNER SETS FROM  $10.00 to $4-0.00  The  Russell-Law-CaulJield, Co. Lt(L  Hardware  Furnishings  Groce  ries  Fist meeting Was Held Ten Years  Ago This Week.  With this issue of the Boundary  Creek Times, Boundary Valley  Lodge No. 38, I. O. O. F., celebrates the tenth year of its existence,  and during that period many, solemn  as weil as joyful changes have taken  place (so the wise man has said). Looking back, we find lhe first officers of  the lodge were: N. G., T. Hardy;  V. G., R. Smailes; P. G., I. H. Hallett;  Sec . J. VV. Karber; Treas., D. Jakes;  Warden, Thos, Guiley; Con., J.' Mc-  Nicol; R. S.N. G., W. M. Law; L. S.  N. G., Jas. Kerr; R. S. S., G.. A. Rendell; L. ���**->. S., G. B. Taylor; I. G., J. P.  Flood; O. G . J. Grant, and to these the  local lodge is considerably indebted for  the success it has attained during the  period, .of its existence Several of  these members are associated with .;s  today, having worked faithfully right  along. Oddfellowship is progressive  in its character, and in this respect  Boundary Valley has certainly fulfilled its mission, for during the ten  years it has initiated 136 members  averaging over one a montli, of which  some have passed over the great divide  from whose bourne no traveler has  ever returned: others are far, far away  and there are those who are with us  still, helping to carry on the good  work of which, over a million and a  half are engaged in.  The officers jlect ;d last Tuesday for  the next term were: Noble Grand, E.  H. Mortimer; Vice Grand, A. E.  Braethwaite; Recording Secretary, E.  Anderson; Financial Secretary, G. B.  Taylor; Treasurer. G. R. Naden.  The Rebecca branch of the order will  be organized here in the course of a  week or two.  :0  HAROLD NELSON COMING  For nearly two years the manuscript  of the romantic drama, "A Soldier of  Fortune," which will be played here  Wednesday, December Sth, by the  Nelson and Bruce company, lay at the  bottom of Mr. Nelson's trunk, neglected and thought little of as a popular success, When, last spring, he  took it intohis head to stage the piece,  he did it wiith fear and trembling, and  somehow felt it was foredoomed to  failure. Today the piny is the best  drawing card in the whole repertoire  of the company, and never fails to  'elicit enthusiastic applause whenever  and wherever it is staged. For all the  play has in ^t the necessary elements  ^tlo^^"tfal"tp:"pp^'ula"r-"*=';taste-riJPhei-"-vari**'  ous ingredients fiat go to the making  of a successful romantic drama are all  here just in right proportions, no single one being too pronounced to disturb the artistic balance of the whole.  The comedy side is kept nicely within  bounds (a none too common thing in  the plays presented by even the best  ' traveling companies). The villain is  not too villainous, the hero not too  much of a saint, while the good prin-  cesB and wicked countess each fill their  alloted placps with well judged weight  attaching them. Mr. Nelson will ap-  pearin the;above bill as Sir Rupert,  the wanderer.  On Thursday night the company will  be seen in the great western drama,  "The Virgi'pian," with Mr. Bruce in  the title role.  Smokeless powder is the mo_fei-n high  explosive which has superseded the old  style black powder, and which is used  not only in the field of sport, but exclusively for the shoulder arms of the  army and navy as well as for the machine guns, and the rapid fire guns,  and the huge rifles on the deck;-- of  American battleships and within the  works of our fortifications. Practically it is nothing but a mixture of  guncotton and alcohol and ether, or  acetone, or else acetone with guncotton  and nitroglycerine, It explodes without giving off smoke, and, once finished, loses the dangerous characteristics  of its dreaded ingredients. This  powder is concussion and fire-proof,  andean only be exploded by using a  fulminate of mercury detonator. The  ,_Pl-_ALJ_|_��=.P_-__jer_.is dark amber .and-  consists of a wax-like composition, the  size of the grains varying according  to the calibers of the guns.  Now is the time to bring in your job.  printing and avoid the holiday rush.  All woak done in  first-class style.  NOTICE  Station wo-k to be let. Earth and  loose rock. Apply to W. O. Wright,  Manager, Kettle Valley Irrigated Fruit  Lands Co., Ltd., Rock Creek.  4*^^& BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  "���^���j.v,^" No. 38, I. 0. 0. F.  Meets  every   Tuesday Even'mt; at 8 00 iu the  I. ��. O. F. Hall.     A* cordial invi tiitiouisex  tended lo all sojourniinr brethern.  1). McGLAbHAN. S. E. BET,T,  N. 0. Rec.-Sec  Try This for Your Couffh.  To relieve a cough or break up a cold  in twenty-four, hours, the following  simple formula, the ingredients of  which can be obtained of any good  prescription druggist at small cost, is  all that will be required: Virgin Oil  of Pine. (Pure), one-half ounce; Glycerine, two ounces; good Whisky, a half  pint. Shake well and take in teaspcon-  ful doses every four hours. Thedesued  results can not be obtained unless the  ingredients are pbre. It is therefore  better to purchase the ingredients separately and prepare the mixture yourself. Virgin Oil ot Pine (Pure) should  be purchrised in the original half ounce  vials, which druggists buy for dispensing. Each vial is securely sealed in  around wooden cas*-* which protects  the Oil from exposure to light. Around  the wooden case is au engraved wrapper With the name���"Virgin Oil of  Pine (Pure)'!���plainly printed thereon.  There tire many imitations and cheap  productions of Pine, but these only  create nausea, and never effect the  desired results, 11-24  To   free  copper   matte from iron, a  nevy process has been_ proposed by Sav-  elsberg, of Germany. The matte is  finely divided and mixed with the necessary percentage of slag forming ingredients, such as sand and lime,  requisite for the subsequent slagging  of the^ iron. This mixture is then  brought, onto a bed of glowing'material, as coal or coke, in a suitable  apparatus, and a blast passed through  the niixtore from below. Due to the  heat of thf* reaction the mass gets red  hot without completely melting, so  that "-he mass sinters together. During the blowing the sulphur combines  with the copper aud the iron becomes  oxidized by the blast. After cooling,  the mass is broken into suitable sizes  ��� for use in a blast furnace where an iron  ' free matte can be made, which will still  i contain substantially all the sulphur in  '��� the original matte. The matte may  then be treated electrolyticallv.  r?  -<-_   r ���  Chrysanthemums  Chrysanthemums  77/       "^'  Q^   _A  ���,i ��� -l 7't7.Xx^^P^-'~:','':j7T^p:^^f^^  We wish to announce to our patrons and customers  that we now have nearly 20,000 feet under glass  ... iii ...  Chrysanthemums,    Carnations,    Pot Plants,  Lettuce, Etc.  and are prepared co give you the best,    if you are  interested write   for prices.    Mail orders promptly  attended to.  FRACHE BROS.  _.."�������� --,-r--.-  1 ....**��,*;":  I  Grand Forks  Telephone B 20  Florists  P.O.  Columbia,    B. C.  Place Your Thanksgiving Order for Chrysanthemums Now |  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE  New Westminster, B. C.  Receires both ladies and g-entlenien as resident or day stndents. Has a complete business  or commercial course. Prepare*; students to  sfain teachers' certificates oi ail prrades. Gives  the four years' course for thr- II. A. decree, and  the first year oi the of the School of Science  course, iu affiliation with Toronto University.  Has a special ''Prospectors* Course"' for miners  who work in B. v..  Instruction is also jfiven in Art. Mus'c, Physical Culture aud "-'locution.  Term opens September I". 1906. For calendar,  ���tc.addiwss COLUMBIAN COI/LEiGE.  FOR  LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN  that   will not  We are abso-  Watson's unshrinkable Underwear  shrink, and Underwear that will wear,  lutely complete in all prices and grades.  Ladies' knit to fit Combination Underwear, abso  lutely the best on the market.    We have them,  Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd.  "The Big Store"  #ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tytytytytytytytytyty%  ty  ty  .  ty \  ty .  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  Nice convenient cottage in north end of town,  with large garden.  Seven-roomed house in south end of town.   Well  furnished and up-to-date.  Two-roomed house with 25xl00-foot lot.    Close  iu, $500.   -  Houses, rooms, cabins and shacks in all parts of  the town to rent. '  Mines, Stocks, Real Estate and Insurance.  *  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd. %  <�����-* - GEO. R. NADEN, Manager �� <$,  ty  P. 0. Box 126. BROKERS Greenwood. B. cj'ty  ..�������!��� ty ty ty ty ty tyty tytytytytytytytytytyty mf> tyty ty tyH  r.  >��  FRESH OYSTERS,      HOT TAMALES  SPRING CHICKEN  In fact everything in season is served at  THE   PACIFIC   CAFE  LUNCH COUNTER  Open at all Hours. Prompt Service.  "t  U  moore & Mcelroy,  Proprietors,  J  *3*Hf^��-��^*��--$MgHQ��^ CKt*-l**-^-**->24-^��*t*^^  ~x~3ir^i__r  It is time you were placing- your order for your  FALL and WINTER SUIT.  We have them in the best patterns and weights  ever brought into this district.  OUR   PRICES   ARE   SURE   TO    PLEASE.  f  t-  y  y  Y  _*  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  %  <"S**;~:<*<<-<K'--*>:'^  W. ELSON.  Copper  Street.  The Tailor.  Solid Oak  ..-t''iV.*"{(i'v$  77  ./**>!*��� '.    ���'���������?��� 74_  jr?*-'*'-7';' 7-     i '* '!'.'.7;U-  =S_r~,r-   '   ���'-.- '   ��� '"���   l'-&Wt:  f .'. * . . ���    ,-. ' ���"���..���.lilt  _       tfor-g  5. \  Dressers  For beauty, style, dura-   %  bilitv     and     usefulness  %  Y  ��� Y  combined   with   moder-  y  Y  rite price our $  | Dressers, Stands, Sideboards, Dining  I Room Tables and Chairs  have no superior.  We are leaders in Furniture.  T.M. GULLEY&CO.  Furniture Dealers and Undertakers.  Greeawood and Midway.  tBB&B&A  i_ 0i6 _ fntfl ftp _ flitQoQ.ftfrjfr^j flijij

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