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 wi  Vol. 11.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY,- NOVEMBER 16 1906.  No. 11  &  IriA SEW ENTERPRISE  THE  Work to Be Started at Once  on the Plant.  FOUNDRY AT ANACONDA  HAS  Greatest Volume of Tone  Clearest enunceator and is the lowest in  price of any machine made.  MUSICAL GOODS OF ALL KINDS  Gerhard Heintzman & Heintzman Co., Pianos,  Steel and Gut Strings, any Instrument.  THOMAS DRUG O  LIMITED  What Must Ultimately  Develop Into  a Prosperous Industry Is Now  In the Initial Stage.  CHARACTER OF THE ORES  Interview With Assayer Sutherland.  Who Spent Last Summer in  the Bulkley Valley.  i ���  ' '�����:    ''  '��� 1  ���' \  *   .       '         ���'?  I  JEWELERS  -am��  WATCHMAKERS  REPAIRING  We make a specialty of  watch and jewelery repairing. Our work-is'guaranteed to  give satisfaction.  WATCHES  AND CLOCKS  cleaned and repaired and  anything in the; jewelry line  -repaired^-on-shor.t_^riQ.ti.ce.^  JEWELRY  r_.rv.���'._��  C^i^~^~^--.7..y  Regina Watches have  become the standard of  accuracy in the watch  world.  GET ONE NOW.  DIAMONDS,    CHAINS,  FOBS. |  LOCKETS, NECKLETS |  BRACELETS. !  ^SOUVENIR   SPOONS   i  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, Eish  Eorks, Knife ih Case and  numerous other articles.  Also a fine line of,  CUT GLASS  suitable for gifts or your  own table.  Our Christmas goods are now arriving.    We invite you to look them over in j  your spare time before the rush commences.    Perhaps there would, be something  you want and we will-gladly put it away for you.  as:  _rannn-jnnuaffi*ra_F      JtE  :��__'!  RENDELL <& CO  i  The first steps have been taken in the  construction of an iron foundry and  machine shop for the town. The affair  will be a modest one at.beginning, hut  so planned that it can be readily added  to. Hurry up orders for castings and  machinery are now on hand and the  plant must be gotten into shape for the  delivery of the same in the next six  weeks. Tlife plat of land. 100 by 231  feet, has been selected in Anaconda.  The site is an ideal one in itself und  is well situated for receipt and delivery  of supplies, being on the line of the  Canadian P.-icific,'from which a grade  spur can be run into the grounds. The  site will be bounded by two streets, the  railway and an alley.  Messrs. B. A. Isaacs and R. W.  H in ton of the Nelson Iron Works, are  promoters of the enterprise,- and according to the Nelson papers purpose  to-.make the plant ultimately larger  than their Nelson works.  Mr. Hinton has recently been into wn and contracted with H. Bunting  for the first buildings. A substantial  building 48x48 feet-with *eanto 10x26,  on stone piers, will be begun so .soon  as the heavy timbers arrive. This  building will furnish room for pattern  Shop and moulding; room/in the main  part, and for coke and sand in the addition.  It is designed to extend the accommodations just as soon as the company's present rush will permit. A  movable crane for handling heavy material will be erected, and the piant so  far as its restricted size will permit,  made up to date. This enterprise,  which must eventually develop into  large proportions, comes at an opportune moment, the demands for such  work by both local smelter* insuring  its success from the beginning.  BOSS OF THE CAMP  ^Et_______H-_____yy....L?_*g*'-*r in a ****-  erwear  Starvfieids  Truro Knit  Is The  Underwear For Wo men  Believing that Stanfields Unshrinkable  Truro Knit Underwear for women to be  tbe 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 tbe most up-to-date factory in North  America, by skilled labor only, nothing- but the  finest Nova Scotia wool beint-" used in the manufacture, and it is guaranteed to be absolutely  unshrinkable.    Try it and be couvinced.  cent issue had a write-up on the installation of a new water system to  supoly tha.t city. The boss of t-he  camp was not overlooked, and our  formei townsman, George Victor Andrews, figures very prominently in the  reporter's story. He does George credit  as follows:  "GeorgeVictor Andrews presides over  the cook tetit and is lord of the camp.  He is looked up to and admired by the  other men, for his dinners, his suppers  and his breakfasts are worthy of an  exclusive New York restaurant. Before  his coming there had been five aiffer-  ent men cooking for the camp at  different times. George Victor has  them all backed off the map as a maker  of flapjacks, pie and other viands dear  to the heart and satisfying to the  stomach of a man who lives his life  out of doers, say the surveyors.  ���'Andrew*-, is known as the 'oniy man  who ever beat Jim Hill.' This apparently impossible accomplishment came  during the course uf a.'.awsuit in British Columbia, when tne cook was  awarded a verdict over the railroad  magnate in a dispute about a wage  settlement."  f roup.  A reliable medicine and one that  --.tumid always be kept iu the home for  . immediate use is Chamberlain's Cough  I Remedv. It will rrevent the attack if  | given as soon as the child becomes  j hoarse, ur even after the croupy cough  : appears.    For sale by all druggi>ts.  Womens' Goods  Men's Goods.  I-iur-ipe ha- taken the lead in the de-  veit>inner.t >f powe ' by using waste  blast turn ace g-tses. There are n* i-.v  300,0u0 h'>rse p-ower produced ahro'.u! in  gas engines supplied with blast furnace -jases.  Believing that our readers, who have  recently heard much of the Bulkley  valley from an agricultural standpoint,  might be interested in hearing the  views oF T. J. Sutherland, who formerly ran an assay office here, on the  mining outlook of the district, we interviewed that gentleman, who, in  dealing with the question, spoke substantially as follows:  "The mineral indications in the  district are very encouraging. Few  new camps can sVow better prospects,  considering work done.  "Thus far prospectors have confined  their attention to three sections of the  country, the Babine range, the Hudson  Bay mountains and the headwaters of  the Telkwa river. Ore has been found  elsewhere, but the chief prospecting  has been done here Gold, silver, lead  and copper are the principal metals,  copper predominating with great persistency. The chief ores of copper are  chalcopyrite, bornite and teti ahedrite.  In one instance only, so far as I know,  was native copper found. These copper ores generally carry gold. Instances are known of the gold value  teaching 70 ounces, and the silver 400  ounces, but the reliance of the camp  must be on- the" immense deposits of  low grade copper.  'Tn these the metal occurs as a sulphide, carrying gold and silver. The  copper is quite'.evenly distributed and  would appear to show an average of  say 4 per cent.  "The country rock is basalt, cut by  porphyry dykes, These dykes are of  three ages, very strong and responsible  for the ore bodies, the ore occurring at  the contact. In some instances the  entire dyke is impregnated. The higher grade ore occuis in true veins as a  rule, the geological features of the  high and low grade ores bcitig entirely  distinct. Very little development has  yet been done, but what has been done  has been very encouraging.   Next year  wilbsee-tnuch-development -iu ahed i*,_-   trict.  "Coal would seem to be one of the  district's valuable assets, the measures  being large, and both bituminous and  semi-anthracite of good quality being  found. The seams are from five to  nine feet wide and the coal free from  slate and other impurities.  "The preliminary surveys of the G.  T. P. R. R. pass through the coal  measures and the company has acquired several miles of the same.  "Timber suitable for mining aud  building abound-), and cheap water  power as well. Development will  naturally be slow. tint in the end a  great mineral industry will undoubtedly ik'i'i ln|.*  Ihere.  For nice Iresh dowers for funerals  decoration-- and weddings, write or te!  ephoiie Sp-kaae Florist Co.. Main 5,  Spokane. *i-30  About two-thirds of the etftire  amount of coal used in coke making is  run of mine coal, most of which is  charged into the ovens without being  washed. It has been found, however,  that the coking process is in many  cases facilitated and a better quality of  coke obtained if the coal is crushed  before it is charged into the ovens, and  a large amount of the run of mine coal  is crushed, or disintegrated, before  coking, whether it is washed or not.  Little, if any, large sized coal is coked  in by-product ovens.. During 1905,  14,559,369 short tons, or 29.4 per cent of  the total quantity of coal used iu cok*  making w.is slack, and of this slack  coal, 6.3i>3,143 short tons, or 43 7 per  ceil*, was washed tiefuie it was coked.  Of the run of mine ..ua! used in cokc  making le-s than 10 per cent '3,187,994  tuns out of a total of 34,971,308 tons in  1005) was washed before  it   was coke*.  THE NORTH COUNTRY  From a Mineral Standpoint  Particularly. BOUNDARY   CREEK  TfMES.  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor  ating promptly done.  ULPall Papering  Erul Ka!$om!fting  Send in your spring orders,  6eo.R*;Cbonip$oft  Boxi.255, Greenwood.   <;-.���  1  Shop Government street.  0000<X>000000000<>000<H>0<WOO  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER.  Dealer   in    Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work  and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  'ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  | GREENWOOD,   :   B. C. |  00000<rOO'CH3-0<><K>Ci-CK>OC'<3-0<>00<>_-  S. BARRY YU ILL  *���*;*��_  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       ANT)  JEW33LLEK.   -.7  All workguaointeed    G REENWOOD  T*"e FRESHEST BREAD  Cakes, Buns and Pastry  always on hand. We also  cany a flrst class stock of  STApr,!* Grocerirs.   :    :    :  Vienna Bakery  A* SAKRIS, Proprietor.  I Phonei B 28.  First-Class Meals  At all hours, from 5 a. m. to  10 p. m.  All prices.  NATIONAL   HOTEL    CAFE  K. BURCHAT and C DUBEK. Propr's.  Elkhorn Beer  /?  \  ���//                ."-     ���  . /'  *.       'Jl .           -\                                .'  V V",     v             -���  ��� /  ^So7-.   ***.             .         ..*/  v '. *^�� *  *>_i-**--V.           -     .- '*,....''-,''-  *<-"s-*.^iV-��^-'"V. "'���-   ��� -'  '.."-'.V ,. ... .r.. ������'..�� .-  \ J*"*"**-. ���* ���'.'.'.' * ' ������  .7^"fe^."7-7\r  7fe7.-*' ������'?<;  \ ".'-                ;-  J:- ---���.    '           '" -.**  /'���-.'���                        -7  Is  unexcelled, as   is  evidenced   by   its  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having  "ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEER  TEL. 135  UN Hi ffl  COMING WEST  There, appears little doubt that  British. Columbia is on the eve of  a great boom. The great timber  resources of the province are being exploited in response to the  call for lumber. To the east lies  millions of acres of treeless  country, fast filling up with people, who must have lumber, and  who must look to us for it.  The mineral resources are being developed and the results are  proving highly satisfactory.  These things are becoming known  and inquiries for farm lands, timber areas aud mining properties  are coming in from every direction. The north, the interior,  the coast, are all proving attractive to settlers, and they are coming. Railroads, always quick to  realize a situation, are building  into and through the province,  and this means money and people-  Interviews with western men  returned from the east repeal the  fact that the people back there  want to know���want to know  about our resources and our climate, and when people set out to  learn about British Columbia,  much has been accomplished, because investigation will prove the  desirability of the province for  the investor or the homemaker.  And now if our public lands  shall be conserved to the public  interest, and our private enterprises, particularly in the mining  line, conducted along sound lines,  the results cannot but be happy.  Governments and men must keep  their heads.  Capital is coming, people are  coming, our fruit lands are proving a wonder, our mining resources stores of wealth, and if  the steady, persistent plodding of  the last few years is maintained  the result will be most gratifying.  LAST CHANCE  In order to accommodate those of our  readers who were not able to examine  the stock of publications of the Monroe Publishing Co. of San Franciseo,  bankrupt, and secure a set of books  most desired, we will give them a few  more days in which to participate in  this great book sale. No more fitting  present could you give your wife or  mother for Christmas than a set of  The World's Best Poetry or Seton  Thompson's Natural History, or  else a set of Scott. Dickens, B tower.  Lytton, Thackeky, Ruskin or a  Shakespeare. For the children or  household   no  more   valuable work  is  published    than   The   Encyclopedia  Britannica Americanize*!, and a set in  keeping with same is the New Science  Library, so valuable and much sought  for by miners generally. Remember,  these books are sold at less than one-  half price, and in many instances at  less than cost of binding. If you have  .-fl.o.t^had_a_\_ si.t^froni^C.o!._Ir_,B._QHi.ri,i  who is conducting this sale for us, telephone Hotel Imperial or drop him a  postal card, giving address, and he will  call. This sale positively closes next  week, and this is" the last chance you  may ever have of placing so rare, vil-  uable and handsome books in your  library at so low a price.  The similarity in chemical action  between sodium, potassium and ammonium, has led to the belief that if  the radical NH. could be isolated it  would be found as a metal. The nearest  approach to this has been the preparation of ammonium amalgam, but this  is very unstable and decomposes immediately when the influence of the  electric current, by which it is formed,  is removed.  Try This for Your Cough.  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 t*,ood  prescription druggist at small c-.ist. 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 teaspoon-  ful doses every f.ur hours. Thedeshed  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 ol Pine (Pure) should  be purchjsed in the original half ounce  vials, which druggists buy for dispensing. Each vial is securely sealed in  a round wooden cas>* which protects  the Oil from exposure to light. Around  the wooden case is an 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 nausea, and never effect the  desired results. 11-24  MORE HELP  Eastern bank managers, it is said,  still report a scarcity of clerks. One  member remarked. "The banks have  been opening so many branches lately  tin t all the available men are working  and we have much difficulty in locating  good juniors; I've been looking for a  man for several weeks and I've had to  work almost every night this month."  Over a year ago the Bank of Commerce  imported fifty bank clerks from Scotland, and they have, proved to be good  finds, according lo the opinion "of one of  the managers. "They have showed  themselves nble to gel: a good grasp of  the banking business in Canadian  style, and they haven't been long about  it,"'said he.  Chapped Hands.  Wash your hands with warm water,  dry with a towel and apply Chamberlain's Salve just before going to bed.  avid a speedy cure is certain. This salve  is also unequalled for skin diseases.  For sale by all druggists.  WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION CASE  On the 9th instant, Judge Clement,  the arbitrator appointed to hear the application of the parents of George  Veresick. for compensation, took evidence in the case at the court house  here. After hearing the case the arbitrator decided that the parents ol" the  deceased were not "dependents" within  the meaning-of lhe act. anc dismissed  the application.  It will be remembered that the deceased met his death last December  through the motor carrying a slag pot  at the Mother Lode smelter, running  over the dump.  Jos. O'Shea, of Taylor & O'Shca,  Nelson, appeared for the applicants,  and I. H. Hallett for the respondents,  the B. C. Copper^Co.  Opera. House,   - Greenwood  One Night Only  TUESDAY,NOV. 20  M��IH'<rMWIII'f��-l��M*W'tf-*��-_M_-J-_.  FROM  COMPANY  PATTEN   &-FLETCHER  Owners and   Managers  OUR MOTTO  Clean, Refined  and  Moral  High-class Comedy.  2 Grand Band Concerts  at t2:30 and 0:30  The Funniest  Show  'Time Began.  A   show that will amuse the youiip and  old, a show that is recommended by tlie  Clergy. Press and Public of two count  ries.  a show   that   carrii-s   a   superior  Uniformed Conce.it Kami and Orchestra  Don't Miss It.  Prices 75 cts. and $1.00  Plans at both drtiir stores.  Your Doctor  Can cure your Cough or Coldf,  no question about tliat, but���  why go to all the trouble and  inconvenience of looking him up,  and then of having hisprescription  filled, when you ean step into any  drug store in Canada and obtain  a bottle of SHILOH'S CURE  for a quarter.  Why. pay two to five dollars  when a twenty-five cent  bottle of SHILOH -will cure you  as quickly ?  Why not do as hundreds of  thousands of Canadians have  done for the past thirty-four  years: let SHILOH be your doctor whenever a Cough or Cold  appeals.  SHILOH will cure you, and all  druggists hack up this statement  with a positive guarantee.  The next time vou have a  Cough or Cold cure it with  [Of  *����||g|g|  DRAYING - We Can Move Anything  . c  LES  PROPRIETOR  The Kind You Want is the Kind  You Get at Qur Job Dept  THE BOUNDARY  CREEK  TIMES   PRINTING  CO p  ECUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following- table g-ives the ore shipments of the Boundary mines for 1000, 1001, 1002, 1903,  1004,1905and 1&06, as reported to the "Boundnry Creek Times:  MINE.                       CAM!'. 1000             1901         1902  Granby Mines Phoenix 64,f>53     231,762   309,858  Snowshoe Phoenix 207         1,731     20,800  Mother Lode Deadwood 5,340      99,034   141,326  Bonnie Belle. Deadwood       Idaho Phoenix        Brooklyn-Stemwiiidr, Phoenix       Butcher Boy Midway   Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset Deadwood      802      7.455  Mountain Rose Summit       Athelstan-Jackpo' AVelliiif "* in  1903 1001        1005  303.71S 549,703   653,889  71,212        138,070 174,298   174.567  1006  675,050  6,606  82,850  Past  Week  13,205  3.80  3,050  Morrison Dfldwiod  B C Mine  * ...    Sum nit  R Bell   -Summit  Emma    Summit  Oro Denoro    Summit  Senator    Summit  Brey Fojjle     Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  Sulphur King- Summit  Winnipeg Wellington  Golden Crown.. .. .Weill tiff ton  King Solomon W Copper  Bip Copper AV. Copper  No. 7 mine Central  City of Paris ...White's  Jewel _on*j Lake..  Carmi West Fork  Rambler West "Fork  Sally West Fork  Providence Greenwood  Elkhorn Greenwood  Strathmore Greenwood  Prince  Henry Greenwood  Preston :...Greenwood  Skylark 'Greenwood  Last Chance Greenwood '  E P XT mine .Greenwood  Bay Greenwood  Mavis Greenwood  Don Pedro Greenwood  Crescent Greenwood  Helen Greenwood  Ruby... Boundary Falls  Republic Boundary Falls  Miscellaneous   1,200  10,404  550  47.405  650  1150  14,811  560  8.530  1,076  2.250  ;,040  785  625  875  160  665  2.000  350  482  3.230  3,456  2,060  SOO  219  32,3505  5,731  1,980  115.801  12  17,476  41,540  2,310  330  2,871  15,731  3,070  3,250  1,759  4,586  25,108  3,056  4,747  1,353  576  10 8  5,646  3,33?  19,365  22,937  15,537  363  37.060  16,400  3,450  222  364  33  9,485  3,007  1,833  11,198  6,376  130  33  150  2.435  sHC-  79  726  325  311  32  145  770  150  20  Si  76  1,080  15  140  15  20  489  993  400  6  60  52  50  300  535  689  155  73  20  40  00  80  20  167  30  60  750  20  ��� 500  S,)0  Total tons     06.600  Smelter treatment���  Granby Co    62,oS7  B. C. Copper Co   Dominion Copper Co   390,800 508.876 690,419 S29.S0S 933,516 964,609 20,303  230\S28 312,340 401.921 596,252 087,988 705,840 *2,!u7  117,611 143.600 162,913 210,484 210,830 80,885 3,255  .......  132,570 30,930 84,05') 177,104 4,998  Total reduced...    62,389  348,430 460,940 697,404 .837,666 982,877 972,833   20,420  H=  Sewing Machines  The fall of 1906 is here, and with It the  fall sewing-. Your neighbor is busy, so  do not bother her, but call at the Singer  Sewing Machine Co. office, Greenwood,  and see their stock. You can have a  Singer or a Wheeler & Wilson, the two  best machines made, on your own terms.  $3 per month will rent or buy the drop  head machines.     . *   .     ,    '..   .    .    .    .  BELL PIANOS AND  ORGANS  Now that the long winter evenings are  coming on you need a Piano, and you  want the best, so call and see my stock,  the largest in the Boundary. I will  quote you terms that will surprise you.  *��  ��  0  LAMONT  ��  Copper-Street,.  Jlgentjpr_tlie_  Greenwood.  Boundary District.  _ri__  00000<X)OCK)000000000<>000000  CANADIAN  iXXM3BPm4.%  SAIL W  A Y\  Whiter Excursions East  $83.55  Green woodti-   Montreal. Toronto  And all *miiits wvu thereof in  Ontario aud Quebec.  Quebec, St. John.  Halifax  Maritime Provinces  Rates on  application.   Tickets ou sale  daily No*.-. 24tli l.> Dec. 31si.  Round trip first r.k\��  .^   months'  limit Ole Country rates  $94.55 Return  IVATi  OF  GOOD WORDS FOR CANADA  m  r. turn ocean  .-���or i. steerage  Halifax or St  J  fare:.    Salmon.  $95.00, $76 00, S54-.00  And   tip,  accordi* g   to steamer.  For detailed in formation, sailings,  ocean steamers, first-class, or tourist  sleeper reser rat ions, apply to local  agents or write  e.  re.  AGENT  REDPATH,  �� GREENWOOD.  0   E. J. COYLE. J- S. CARTER.  O    A.G.P.A.Valicouvt-r DP.A.Nelson     O  OOOOOOOOO. . ..^KJOOOOOOOO^-O-CM.  Wanted���Situation as housekeeper or cook for small camp.  Address Boundary Creek Times,  Greenwood.  Household Furniture l  K verv thin if practicnlly new and in  lirst-class shape, consisting-* -.1  Ohe heavy oak Center Table,  One handsome mahogany Rocker,  One unique mahogany Roman Chair.  One heavy Flemish Oak Rocke*-,  One massive Sideboard.  One dinitiu room Tahh*,  Six dining room Chairs.  One Morris Heater.  Gna new Queen Heater,  one Bedroom Suit, consisting- of handsome Keppeleri Oak Dresser and  stand, massive gilt enameled bed  with reinforced springs and good  mattress complete.  One Toilet Set.  One Sofa,  Unique cane V hat not and Table to  match,  One Kitchen Table,  A full range of Kitchen Utensils.  These goods may be -seen at anytime and wiii be sold for cash. De  posits required on all purchases.  Mr. R. J. Barrett,   editor of the Luit-  don Financier, who has   recently been  visiting Canada, had many good things  to say of this country on his  return to  London.    Among- other thing's he says*.  "That   Canada   is   on the eve  of a  period of commercial development only  equalled in the  history  of the United  States of America.  "That there are numberless openings  for the profitable investment of British  capital.  "That   the    Americans   are   keenly  alive to the great commercial and agricultural   possibilities   of   the  country,  and   are   flocking  over  the  border  in  their thousands.  "That    England's    indifference    is  greatly regretted by many loyal Canadians.  "That the Bank Act or Canada, is the  finest Banking Act in the world.  "That  there  are  splendid  openings  for men with a small capital���anything  from   ^260   to   ,��1,000���iu  the   towns  springing  up  In   all directions  in the  northwest.  "That the country is just crying for  skilled   mechanics  and  labor   for  the  railroads.  "That clerks  and   'remittance  men'  are not wanted.  "That   Cobalt  is  the richest   silver  camp in the world, and is alone  worth  a journey to Canada to see.  "In Canada,  undoubtedly, we have a  country   of   illimitable   possibilities���  one  that   has,  indeed, achieved   most  wonderful results.  "Financially,  commercially, and in  respect   of  her   industrial   expansion,  Canada's   position   is   unquestionably  sound.    The only drawback is the want  of capital, for, with such rapid growth  as   now has come   to   pass,   domestic  finance does not serve for  all   requirements.     Already   England   has   done  much, but Yankee keenness   seems inclined to do a great deal   more.    Canadians are   much   surprised  to  see how  ���Snglish   capital   holds  off,   whilst the  Americans   are   eager to  acquire  the  very pick of chances that occur. Americans already have obtained control of  many leading   industries, and they are  all the while endeavoring  to win still  greater dominance.  '���But here indifference is weakening.  Canadians themselves are not aware of  the considerable interest now shown in  their great country's  opportunities.    I  know for certain that the principals of  leading English industries  have  gone  to Canada to see and  study  for themselves   the   conditions     now   existing  there.    And  something,   surely,  must  result from such solicitude.  "In   the   new   Northwest   there  are  millions of acres of the   finest   wheat-  growing  lauds   in   the world.    I  have  run my arm eighteen  inches  deep into  the richest, blackest loam it is possible  to conceive.  "For business men   Canada can give  .such chances as they will not find elsewhere,   and  men   with   from   ,_250  to  ��1,000 are  certain of   success  if  they  will but just go west,   and,   with   good  - j -i d g.m ei it, ^st axLwheX___h_L __________  springing up with nr.irve.ous rapidity.  Established there, where fertile lands  ensure a permanent prosperity, they  build their fortunes on a rock, and not  on shifting sand.  '���Some people here are. nervous lest  the influx of Americans to the far west  of Canada should weaken ties thai bind  the great dominion to the motherland.  Of that1 there need be no fer, I an assured. The ties are indissoluble, and  incoming Americans make good Canadians. Tlie laws they find are excel  lent, and���what especially appeals to  theni���are well administered."  /TV  A   well   selected   stock   of  winter suitings just arrived.  Staple goods in Black and  Blue Worsted and Serges,  Fancy Worsteds, Cheviots and  Tweeds, all heavy weight.  For nice Pattern and Fine  Quality these goods cannot be  beaten. Prices are reasonable  and we curn out first class  work.  CLEANING DEPARTMENT.  DRY CLEANING STEAM CLEANING  Garments Cleaned. Presseo and Repaired.  Copper Street  MERCHANT TAILOR.  Greenwood, B.C.  *###�������##��#*���������������'"�������������#����������*��**        ������-������  (^  j-'-  hY*��r ��� (hi iiiii   tj-3  u  **j7X  'MOT " 7:>--":,- ��� ���  GOOD CHEER  jjiOANGES  ;��� ft if it* if ftftft *�����'���{��� *�������*��-## ftft  ' �����  . ft  ��  ft  "ft  if  ��  ��  *  .      *  ��  ft  ��  ft  ��  ft  e  ��  ��  _  ��  ft  ��  p  a  ��  e  ��  ��  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  #  ft  ft  ft  *  ft  - *L...  are tlie best.    Just received a nice new  line of heating* and  cooking stoves and rang*es.    See them before you buy.  We have extra castings for our stover.  Your old stove taken in exchange for anything*.  L. WHITE & GO.  Phone 16, Homse Furnishers  ft  ��  ��  *  ���iSftftftSMSft ���*-*��������*�����-' #ft��ftftft����ftftft��*!-������*'ftft��ft������������������ft^��������ft  The Skylark shipped two cars of <>|-_  last w*^ *k. one of first ami on - ol ,-ec-  ond class.  Work is "progressing favorably on  the Providence creek  water  extension.  Go see Jerry from Kerry. It is  the greatest laughing* treat of  your lifetime.    Dou't miss it.  H. O. LAMD,  _**ext St. Jude's Church.  In Time of Peace.  lu    lhe  first   months   of  the   K'ussia-  Japau war we   had a striking  example  of the  necessity   fi r   preparation   and  the early advantage of th^se who, so to  speak,   '-have   shingled   their   roofs in  dry weather."    The virtue of pre pa ration has made history and given us our  greatest men.    The individual as   well  as the   ualiou   should   be   prepared   for  any emergen, y.    Are you prepared   to  successfully combat the first, coid   you  I take?    A cold can be cured much   more  I quickly when treated  as soon as   it h;._  I Oeen   contracted   and   be "ore ii ba_ be  ' eorne settled in .Uic system.    Chamber  i  \ Iain's Cough Remedy is famous for its  j cures of coids and it should   be kept at  lhauciteady   for  instant use.    For sale  I by all druggists.  __X__&S_��_______��__E&'ffira ��  fiii       WHO DOES YOUR LAUNDRY?  ��� ���in i in- ihiiiiii ���- __ni_-in���rifr-i-T���li <<MKU4��-MMivjnM^nHa��BM��^  Do   vou   oatronize   Unmese   laundries?      Dirtv,  foul-smelling, olanimv, unsanitai v shacks.  LET US DO YOUR LAUNDRY  By- modern -r._et_.ocls in a wen equipped, up-to-date  plant and ge*- your personal hnen. bed linen, table  linen and underclothin-y returnee-, sweet and clean.  Drop us a postal.    Telephone or let us know in  any way and our delivery ri-.** will call. p  PHONE   59  Greenwood Steam Laundry  GOVERNMENT STREET  ������* BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMH  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H.  HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Ptbltc  Cable Address:       ���' H allett."  I Bedford M'Neill's  Cooes < Moreiiifr & Neal's  ( Leiber's  Greenwood, B. C.  J. P. McLEOD  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Offices in P O. Uox 3]  RENDELL I'LOCK I*honk 81  Over Bank of Montreal      GRKION WOOD. B.C  J. R   BROWN,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Tel. 92. Notary Public  Offices, Wallace-Miller Block,  Gkkkxwooj), B. C.  F. M. LAMB,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office with F. W, McLaine.  Coppre Street. Greenwood, B. C  W. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting* Mining Engineer.  Properties examined  and  reported   on.    Will  take charge of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD,  B.   C.  A. HARRY  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  CONTROL AND Um.IRH*  Assays a^Specialty.  .5*5��~S a triples received  by mail  or  express assayed and returns  made next day.  Correspondence Solicited.  GFEENWOOD,  V       s  B.-C  F. EDWARD BROWN  Accountant and 'Auditor  Commercial and Mining Accounts  solicited. Acting secretary for. Mining  Corporations. Greenwood, B.C.  ��bz  Boundary Greek Times  Issued Every 1-t-iclay  BY THE     7  Boundary CreeU'Priuting and Publishing  Co., Limited,  Duncan Ross President  J. W. Ellis   Manager  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yeak ' 2 00  Six Months.       ...... 1. 25  To Foreign Countries.  2 50  <UNldN(-|^fL/_EL>-  ���"4M&���  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, IWG  SUCCESS.  What constitutes success in  life? Answers will vary. Is it  piling up wealth without taking*  into account the means of .acquisition? That wculd constitute  success to many. Is it occupying  exalted public position regardless  of methods of attainment? The  world will nod affirmatively. To so  many the end justifies the means.  The frontier millman who robs  the public domain and amasses a  fortune is called shrewd. The  promoter of a fake stock concern  who grows rich on the earnings  of the guileless poor is called  clever. The politician who climbs  into position by means declared  to be in violation of law is not  called a criminal, but a smart  fellow. The clergyman who  panders to public opinion, however wrong, in order to smooth  the way to preferment, climbing  thus sometimes into the pulpits  of the best churches, is called  eminent. The lawyer who advises his client into litigation  which he cannot afford, and on  false grounds, aud who reaps a  big fee, is called brilliant. And  thus through society and the  body politic the doctrine runs.  Capture the public eye, acquire  wealth, get position, never mind  the means or methods, and life is  a success.  But will the ethics of the street  hold in the quiet.home corner?  Will the incentive of life's hurry  and rush stand the heart's analysis in life's evening.  We fear the world's measurement is wrong. The scales have  been tricked, the standard juggled. Rockefeller, grown inordinately rich at the expense of the  widow in the garret,-who sews by  a dim light late into the night to  provide for her .child and make  him a. worthy citizen may fail to  realize her measure of joy or  reach her measure of success.  We fear that the world's measurement of success is partly responsible for the discontent aud unrest and poverty aud anarchy that  characterize the times.  j Befokk President Roosevelt  ! started on his Panama trip he  I emphasized his previous declara-  i tion that under no condition  1 would he again   be a presidential  ��� candidate.  EDITORIAL NOTES  Domestic economy well taught  in the home will lessen, divorce  suits in the courts. The. woman  who knows how to cook and care  for a home holds domestic iufe-  licitv well in check.  The Last West, a magazine  devoted to the interests of Canada's extreme west, aud issued at  Winnipeg, appears among our exchanges. The publication is a  monthly and the first issue in an  interesting one. The purpose of  the Last West is to tell in attractive form the story of the "Great  Wonder West" as it is pleased to  call the ocean of prairie and the  sea of mountains constituting the  last west.  San Francisco is beiug convulsed with another earthquake���  one of scandal, corruption aud  graft. The grand jury may with  the help of Heney be able to  clean things up a bit. Meantime  the world is stunned at the idea  that when meu aud nations ever}r-  where were sending their gifts to  relieve the unfortunate, the administrators of that charity were  robbing their fellow, citizens and  growing rich out of their plunder.  Likk insurance investigation  in Canada have not revealed serious abuse of trust like it did in  the United States, but it has  scorched a few of our public men  to a nice brown.  Doks the. bunch of Great Northern officials, the engineers and  contractors that have been in  Greenwood recently mean anything;'other than   usual  routine?  William Jennings Bryan deplores that Hearst alone of the  amalgamated party was defeated  in New York, but encourages him  with the assurance that, although  again defeated, he still may do  efficient service for "progressive  democracy." It is thought that  he is thus drawing* Hearst's attention to support of democracy  as represented by Bryan.  Coun.t B.ni .appears to be scoring against the Countess, and it  would appear probable that to get  her decree of divorce, certain  names must be divulged, aud this  society is striving' to prevent and  the Countess appears unwilling  to gratify. -Some day American  girls will learn the truth of the  old song, that it is better to  "abide iu their ain couutrie."  Port Simpson boomers appear  to have made a success in Seattle  aud Spokane in exchanging town  lots for the shekels of the Americans.  ��� What a shame that bill posters  are permitted to plaster the front  of buildings indiscriminately with  their flaming colors,  Commercial men are quick to  size up a situation. Greenwood  has been gettiug them in  -'bunches" lately.  A good play and an orderly  gallery are both necessary to get  value out of your Si to Si.50 for  a seat.  The signs of the  times  are a  mild winter aud lots of business.  Bilious Attack Quickly Cured.  A few weeks ago I had a bilious  attack that was so severe I was not* able  to g*o to the office for two da vs. Failing  to get relief from my family physician's  treatment, I took three of Chamberlain's  Stomach and kiver Tablets and lhe  next day I felt like a new man.���H. C.  Bailey, editor of the News, Chapirr  S." C��� These tabletsare for sale by all  drttg-tjists.  Eviction of tenants may be  all right for unpaid rent, and the  preservation of forests wise, but  when a great corporation like the  Crow's Nest Pass Coal" Co. takes  advantage of trouble in their  works to evict their workmen and  neither supplies coal nor lets people have wood, capital makes a  more severe commentary ou itself  than its worst enemies could.  /*:  :"^^ste**"-fci*ety  ��� **-��,/���  ���^t2JE"7>'*'|��'_*��.*.'-'  !Jffij*M��lJ5u��_S.'"l'.'jf-~.  It is gratifying to note that  men who' ought to know,- predict  hi g-h er -price s 4 or���eo pper���au cbsil -  ver for several years to come.  The Boundary is busy gettiug  out both metals, and is willing to  use the larger figures in its calculations.  - ���* -^--riaf^i -=_���  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE  New Westminster, B- C,  Receives liotli ladies and <rcntleuieii as resident or day students. Has a complete business  or commercial course. Prepares students to  jraiti teachers' certificates of all grades. Gives  the four years' course for the B. A. degree, and  tlie lirst vear of the of the School of Science  _____.-_���'ajlVj_iatioii_\vitli Torqnto University  lias a special "p7ospectoi-sr"Course>''i*6r-imiiers  who work in B. U.  Instruction is also given in Art, Mus'c, Physical Culture and Elocution.  Term opens September 17. 1906. For calendar,  etc., address COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  ^iauiiuuuiUiiiiuuuiaiiiiiu ami u.tttuumuuiiiUiitttuig��  ��*�����?_:  CF"-  _=*-���  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF"-  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  C^i  Q=<  0*-=**.  c_=*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <7=*  <**--**  CF*  CF*  CF*  �� (ID  Rest.  .$10,000,000.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $922,418.31  lion. President:    I-okd Stratiicona and Mount Koval. G. C. M. G.  President :    Sik Gisorgk A. Drommosd, PC. C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :    E. S. Clooston.  Branches in London, Eng. \ at"c^hi,.Prl_a,,,S3,a. \ New York, Chicago.  Buy  .mil sell Sterling lixcliaugc and Cable Transfers ; Gram Commercial au  Travel let's" Cic.lit., available in am- parl'of tin; world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR; Manager.  ^ffiffiffi  *=5  *_9  *-... J**"  te��.  >_f>  ���*=!���  ���*=-*���     *->  w-r  *_*>  >_5  Kr-5  K=5  K_**  K=��>  *=��*  ���*_"���  K_?  ��*_"���  ���*_*���  *_->  *_*>  A  I*"-*-.  *m4  BANK  ._���  Paid-up Capital, $10,00,000. ' Reserve-Fund. $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, Genera! Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Aust. Genl Manama  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUKO AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  �� S and naide-* ....,.*........    3 cactffi-  -_w.it $3 ___ no* -ERceedin* $19    Scents  u   $*o      '* ���*- $'30..  10 cents  M. $;*-i>       "* ' * $50   15 cents  base Orders are Payable at Par at any office  in Ganndiiof a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points iu the United States.  NF.COTIAHLIi AT .*.  FIXliD RA'. li AT  TH!' CANADIAN EANK. OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.       *  ���They form an _xc_ilc-nl ynelhou oV-reaiitting small sums of money  with safely 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  Are you conversant with the Workmen's Compensation  Act." The-ouly absolute protection ��� afforded is a Liability Policy. The ''OCEAN" Policies, (the largest  accident company in the world, with assets of over  Seven Million Dollars) provides a complete indemnity  against all liability, relieving" you from all responsibility, worry and trouble. ,'.���._!; ..  Frederic W. McLaine,  District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  t  ���X'<"H*-*x..;"X����x^^^  ardandLivery Barn j  I am now conducting the wood business  formerly owned by Hugh McKee and am pre-  prepared to supply the best quality of wood  at lowest prices. Good wood and good  itiefa s u r er^TPhbn e*--y o u r-or der st=-==-=-^���----���  LIVERY 1  IMPORTANT ANNOUHCEM'EN'  8KB^aaroag��^iaaasBWBi?����*^^  It a fiords considerable gratification to aniioimee  to Times tv.-iders and the public in yeneral, that we have  .secured from tiie credit "*.rs of I lie J. E. i\7 Munr.i Publishing Co., bankrupt, of San !���'ram*7.-/., a lii-iio-d iiiuii-  berof those handsome, valuable an*-' "-i-pcrbly bound de  !n.-:e books���ma; y ..f which an* 'iiniie;l editions, 'ihe  prices at which we are enabled *"'.. .ilVer thes:* w.p-ks are  in tnos-. cases L.'.ss than cost ot '.btdinsr, and consist ot  theNE'A* Iv-TCYCLOPKDIA liKITAXXHIA, Amcrican-  iaed, Seton Tbompsoirs Naliiral History, 'be most [iro-  fnscly illustrated and eomp!rti> -.-.- ���: '*.- on Xatnr.- estai!'. :  the "Ww S*-enic 17ibrary, 1 ha; iu \-i< liiaii's- publication:  Maki-i-.s of Hist<*ry. Mod.-rn aad Ancient Classic... I'.al-  zac, lUilwer, Cooper. Citrlyle. Dickon.-. Diimafi. Mote'.y.  .Shakespeare, K'tiskin. Thackray, Voltaire, also tbe  World's Rest Poetry, .Modern Eloquence, and many  others  Wo have secured th.-* services of Col. J. I*. Qnin ��o  conduct til's sale, and those who would like to take advantage of the sale will do wc*1,: to trlcphone to the  Imperial, and samples and prices wi-11 be submitted for  inspection.  *  ��  I  The best of Horses and.Rigs at all times  HAY, GRAIN  AND  FEED STORE |  Chopped   Feed,   Hay   and   Grain  Livery Plione 19,.  �����*���- ���. ���.*  1  GEO. H. e  ���:�����:������_���:������:*':������:���������:���-���:������>���-���:������.  X  V  Feed Store Phone 124 I  -   Proprietor, |  ;~:*m;��i>*>*><��^  ��� I ��s ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty (C* tyty ty tytytytytyty tyty ty K  :.\ty\  ���1    ;  ty:  r. '  EE1I If III  .  *'  i     ���&������  "fr i  ty\  tyi  V   1  :  J^l  . !    ��  ,   ��^XI-  i ty  ty  C-leotric   cuiTont  -supplied    for  Power, Litrhtint-",   Heat in ir and  Ventilating.      Power furnished  for Hoisting   and   air-compres-  sinti'   plants,    with   an  absolute  \ g-uarantee of c��)ntinuous power  service for operating.  : ty\  l;tl Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  *\*  ty  ty  ty  7im\\\m\\\\\\\\^^^ IS  White Bros.  Dispensing Chemists,  Opticians.  Comfort  in 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  P. S.���Water Tanned  Chamois Skins are  the ones to use for  making Chamois  Vests and Chest  Protectors.  rong or me  Garden Land  We Lave acquired a  large number of  lots  to -   o  on���the���fl at���at���t~he  north end so situated  that we can sell you a  a half acre or a whole  acre of land very  cheap for cash. -  Gaunce &  Wickwire  !fe&=^5  We have  them  with 3  drawers  1 moulding board  and   two  flour bins.     Price $7.00 and  they   are   worth   twice   the  money.  A. L. WHITE & CO.  HO.USEFUBN1SHEHS  PHONE   16  FOR SALE.  . Dr. Mathison,   dentist,   N;iden-Flood  block".  Jacobs' Biscuits, uew arrival.  Anderson Bros.  Norman Luse has leased his  hotel in Eholt and is going to  take a '-look 'round."  Edgar Dynest who has,beeu ill  with typhoid, is again out to the  delight of his many friends.  A coal shortage is reported  on  the, S.   F.   &  N.  and   freight is*  moving very slowly these days.  Robert Wood returned to Beaverdell on Wednesday's stage to  superintend ore shipments from  the Sally.   '  Horsi's WiN't-KKKD���Send your  horses to S. Stooke, Midway, to  have them well cared for. Terms.  $10. 11-1.3  Arthur T-I. Black, for some time  past on the V., V. & E. railway  survey west, was calling on- old  friends in Greenwood the first of  the week.  The telephone office in the  Miller block, on Center street, is  completed aud presents a fine appearance. The company is preparing for early removal thereto.  Charles Martin, who for years  ran a shoe shop on Government  street, is again back to Greenwood and has re-opened here in  the Hallett building on Copper  street.  Archdeacon Beer, and H. W.  Silke, engineer ou the V., V, &  E.. were guests at the Imperial  early this week. Mr. Silke has  but recently recovered from an  attack of typhoid.  We regret to announce the  death of Mr. D. Morrison, for a  long time superintendent of the  Emma. Mr. Morrison went south  some months ago for his health,  with the above unhappy result.  Another cave-in on the Brooklyn in Phoenix, but. nobody hurt  and nothing seriously disturbed.  Miues right in the heart of town  have possible drawbacks for fellows that want to stay on the  surface. .  Messrs. Duncan C. McRae and  King Ross tried their luck at  shooting last Sunday, but fate  was against,them and the birds  for safety kept out of way until  the gloaming, and then it was  too late.  A. B. Campbell, for many years  a resident and still a property  owner iu Greenwood, was in town  this week. Mr. Campbell is a  member of the firm of McGregor  & Campbell, doing a prosperous  business in Chesaw,  Mrs. Louis Deno of Ktmberley  avemie^who^has^been-a-ter-r-ible-  sufferer from rheumatism for  many years, died suddenly Monday morniug last. Dr. Foster  was summoned but she expired  before he could reach  the  house.  The latest in sterling silver,  tableware. Call at Logan's aud  see their prices.  An unconfirmed report makes  it appear that the owners of the  Jewel mine at Long Lake camp,  are coming out from England,  presumably to look over their  property, and possibly order the  erection of a mill. The Jewel is  one of the best properties in the  district, and, properly managed,  would make a dividend payer.  Nice spring chickens, fresh  cranberries, sweet potatoes, at  the Union Meat Co.  Mrs. E. T. Wickwire and  daughter, Vivian, left on Sunday  morning last for Vancouver, to  lake up residence there.' The  presence of three children in Vancouver appeared io make the  change desirable. Her many  friends in Green wood will regie*;  her departure.  Two three roomed houses on one lot  situated on Gold Street, for sale cheap.  Apply to Alphonsinb Gmorrx.  Gold-Stre-st.  '"Pry our Chicken Tamales. Pacific Cafe.  The Victoria Times has certainly struck a new gait iu its  race for the premiership of provincial dailies. In order to swell  its subscription list it is offering  a Si.000 accident policy issued bv  the General Accident Assurance  Co. of Canada, as bonus for each  years subscription to the Times.  We have been reading the Times  for years, but never before realized the risks we were apparently  running.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96 !  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings, j  R. Roberts, superintendent cf j  the Jewel, was recently in   town, i  Don't miss seeing the funniest'  Irishman on the stage, up-to-date, i  Jerry from Kerr v. j  Mr. J. E. McAllister, superiu-j  te indent of the B. C. Copper Co., j  is still confined tochis bed. I  A Chinaman from Anaconda  was buried on Monday last to the  usual accompaniment of confectionery and chickens.  Don't fail to see and hear the  uniformed band and orchestra of  ,solo musicians with the Jerry  from Kerry company.  Wanti'd���Situation as housekeeper or cook for small camp.  Address Boundary Creek Times,  Greenwood.  Five o'clock tea sets from 90c  up.    Anderson Bros.  Arthur D. Kean of Chesaw.  has contracted with F. E. Buck-  less of the Palace Livery stable,  for the delivery of 60 tons of  hay.  Tne late storm was responsible  for putting the telegraph wires  out of commission. ' There was  nothing doing on the line all day  Thursday.  Great floods are reported prevalent on the Pacific coast. The  loss of property has been very  heavy aud railway travel is practical ly suspended.  Citrons for preserving. Anderson Bros.  Nothing doing on the Midway  &'���Vernon so far as we can see.  But it is reported that parties in  New York are very industrious  with their pencils on it.  Mr. Thomas R. Drummond,  manager of the Dominion Copper  Co., recently recovered from illness, has been having a much  needed rest on the coast.  Harry P. Dickinson wasin.town  this week looking- after business  and incidentally inquiring into  the prospects of the properties in  which he is interested.  The Hall Mines smelter people  have become interested in Central'  camp, and are sending Robert  Yui'l and James Hatch up to do  some work on a property there.  Lost���Ou Wednesday evening,  a sable collar. Finder will please  leave at this office and receive reward.  Messrs. Pope and Arthur, who  were connected with the Miday &  Vernon, and who have recently  built a fine residence at. Carmi,  came-dow-n���from__,the^A'V*e.st^J_ork_  yesterday.  We are sorry to know that ill  health has compelled our townsman, H. H. Huff, to seek a  change of climate. We trust  that he may soon return to Greenwood fully restored.  J. Kirkup of Rossland, was in  town during the week. Ou invitation of Justice McMynn he occupied a seat with him during  the preliminary investigation of  Jas. A. Dale.on Wednesday last.  Frank Mosher, who has been  spending the last six months iu  Alaska, returned to Greenwood  on Wednesday evening last. His  many friends aret pleased to see  him again iu the best town of the  Boundary.  What would happen if the Cascade Power people were bought  out or forced out of business? It  looks to us as if one big corporation then would dictate both the  j transportation and the power  (question ol   the Boundary.  !     Wednesday    morning's    Great  j Northern  train   had a narrow es-  I cap..*    from   derailment   west   of  j Midway.  ��� A land slide on a curve j  j was  responsible   for  the trouble, j  j This is always incidental to new >  i roads,    however,    during   a   wet:  (spell. ' j  The   Odd   Fellows   will    give!  their Christmas tree on Tuesday. \  December   21st.    in   the   Eagles' j  hall.      The   committee   requests j  that   the   members  of the  order  \vill   send   iu   the   names  of   the  j children and   their   ages to Fred  1B.   Holmes   by   the   end  of  this  month.  Woman wants work by the day. ���  Enquire at Arlington hotel, Copper street.  W. Foyle Smith of Midway, is  spending a few  days  in theme-,  tropolis of the Boundary.  The Great Northern is preparing to do some work in Phoenix.  The track on the south hill will  be continued farther west.  The funeral of the late D.  Morrison of Eholt, took place  from the Presbyterian church at  10 o'clock Friday morning.  Absolutely pure maple syrup  and sugar a. Anderson Bros.  John McLeod left on Tuesday  morning to investigate the Gold-  fields proposition. Coming and  going is the order of the day.  Coles & Frith are opening up  their large stock of Xmas goods  and fine china, Don't fail to call  and see.  The Great Northern is too busy  looking after the breaks in its  line caused by the recent floods,  and after those indictments for rebates, to build the Midway-Greenwood branch.  Swell line of new picture Post  Cards, latest finish and style, at  White Bros.  A TRIFLE MUDDY  The rain of the past few days  has resulted in making the crossings that are removed from the  center of the town rather disagreeable. In some instances people "go round" rather than take  the long chance.  RATHER DIM  The electric light is something*  fierce these days. The responsibility is charged to changingover  to the new sub-station and must  stand good, but please, mister,  place a "hurry up" order.  ELECTION COMING  There appears to be little doubt  that a provincial election will be  held in the near,' if not the immediate future. Advices from  the coast claim that all indications point that way, and that  Premier McBride proposes to  bring the elections on before next  meeting* of the legislature. Iu  discussing elections recently, according to reports, Mr. Haw-  thornthwaite claimed that the  Socialists would, have at least  five members in the next house,  one of whom would be from  Greenwood. Of course this might  look likely from a distance, but  we confess we are "near sighted"  and cannot see it that way. "  ^PRELIMINARY-INVESTIGATION^  James A. Dale of Carmi, who  killed two men a month ago, aad  who subsequently attempted suicide, was sufficiently recovered to  admit of his being brought before Justices McMynn and Kirkup  on Wednesday, charged with  murder. The prisoner was looking pale and weak and showed  marks of the great stress of the  last few weeks. His elderly and  highly respected father sat beside  ���the unhappy son. his- face, too.  bearing evidence of weeks of  great tcrieiV    No  defense was set  0*7? , ,  up. and after hearing the evidence of a number of witnesses  to the tragic event. Dale was remanded to jail to await trial before the Supreme court.  CANADIAN PACIFIC ACCIDENT  For the first time iu the history  of the Pacific division of the  Canadian Pacific, it is claimed.  loss of life in the passenger list  has occurred. A rear end collision at Trauquille early Wednesday morning is responsible for  the same. It seems that tbe east  bound was runniug in two sections. The first section awaited  the arrival of the west bound for  crossing, aud remained on the  main line, the west bound taking  the'crossing. While thus waiting the second section arrived and  crashed into the first. One man  was killed and sixteen injured.  Six of the injured were removed  to the Kamloops hospital. Prompt  action by the engineer of the west  bound, which arrived just at the  time of'the accident, prevented  additional horrors.  Largest stock in  the Boundary to \  selecHrom  Prices from  cts  to  per roll  Don't fail to  see our  stock   before   buying.  JOOKSELLKRS,   -  STATTORS  ���- OFI'ICf*. SUPPLIES. =-==  Copper St.  Phone 33 BOUNDARY   OREEK TIMES.  EDUCATION OF MINING ENGINEERS  BANDFAIR  Are you making something  ** for the BANDFAIR? The  time is drawing near, so don't leave it too  long. Perhaps the committee did not see  you? if so, it was an oversight, so don't be  offended, but get your needle to work and  make us something,  BANDFAIR will be the largest bazaar  ever held in the Boundary, There will be  a Musical Concert, sale of Needle Work,  Guessing Contests, Bean Supper, and other  attractions/  The date is  ^mmfHmfnm!!^fnnn?f?.tfi?!!n!f?!mmmm?!!mmmm^'  er  afternoon and evening in aid of the  ioncert  ������rt-fr* ft  L,  ��T  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout with electric lights.  We offer special inducements to travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our  bar  excells  all others.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  The preparation of students for ihe  work- of the mining- engineer has been  the subject of a'great deal of discussion  during the past two years. Both students and educators are vitally interested in this subject and will be glad  to hear one or two ideas recently advanced by Mr. J. W. Gregory in an  address before the Institution of Mining Engineers, London. We quote a  few .������-entences:  "The time spent in practical training  should be watched to avoid the deplorable waste of time '.hat often occurs in  it. Many a student puts in a period of  'practical work' which consists only of  such jobs as trucking. Time thus  spent is wasted to a mining engineer,  jttsl as it would be to a lawyer if his  first year were spent in cleaning the  office windows,  "The -nain drawback of the long  academic year is that it is falal to the  'sandwich system,' by which students  can spend six or seven months at a  university and the other five or six  months in practica' work. There are  obvious objections to this course. The  most serious is that the expensive  teaching- equipment has long intervals  of idleness, except in so far as it may  he used for research work. In technical  subjects, however, the advantages of  the sandwich sys'.em seem far to outweigh the drawbacks. Employers  complain that the students of some of  our best universities and colleges come  from them with an academic spirit,  which spoils the men foi years and  sometimes hampers them for life. The  knowledge of these men is admittedly  sound, but it is said they cannot apply  it, owing to lack Df common sense and  practical insight. The spirit of a university and a college is remarkably  different from that of the business  world, and success in the complex profession of mining requires commercial  instincts as well as technical knowledge.  "It seems most important that students who intend to adopt a technical  profession should not be kept for some  years continuously in a college atmosphere. The contact for six months in  the year with the practical work of .the  world gives the necessary corrective,  and is invaluable educational training."���Mining Reporter.  fu**-*---*  o-���-.  TH_  S.- F, & N. RY.  Daily  I/ea-ve  8:35 a.m.  ra 8M5 a.m,  8:15 a,m.  8:15 a.m.  8:15 a.m.  PHOENIX  Spokane, Seattle.  Everett. Bellinp-  liam, Vancouver.  Victoria and all  Coast points  Fernie,  St  Minneapolis  Spoka.ie,  Winiiiuejr, St.Paul  Grand  Forks, Republic.  Marcus   Northport.    Rossland. Nelson ! ......  K?sio, Sandon   Daily  Arrive  6:45 p.m.  To free copper matte from iron, a  new 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 ablastpassed  through  COPPER IN NEVADA  6:05 p.m.  6:05 p.m.  6:05 p.ra  Connectiiifr at Spokane-witli the famous  "ORIENTAL. LIMITED."  2    Daily   Overland   Trains   2  j. rom Spokane for ".Winnipeg,  St. Paul/Minneapolis, St. Louis,  Chict*go and all points east.  For complete information,  rates, berth reservations, etc.,  call on or address  M. M. STEPHENS.I  Agent, Phoenix.  S. G. YEFKES.  A P.A.,Seattle.  m> !�������� V"���������'" "���'���-"'���1~ '' ���"V'.T'"'^"v'TST-*:rS52'"*"  NOTICE   QF  APPLICATION TO PURCHASE  Nov. Uth, 1906.  NOTICE is hereby (riven that sixty d<xV6  afterdate. I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Land* and Works for permission to purchase the following' described  lands :  Beffinnins- at a poat marked Mrs. Avis  Poole's location post, on the West side of the  Main Rettle River about 3*7 miles above the  Forks at Westbridge; running south 30 chains,  along the bank of the River. West 40 chains.  North SO chains, thence Ea.t 40 chains to point  of commencement.  Dated November 14th. 1909.  iSipned) MRS. A. POOLE,  by her agent Yale Columbia Lumber Co.  the mixtore from below. Due to the  heat of the reaction the mass gets red  hot without completely melting, so  that '���he mass sinters together. During the blowing the sulphur combines  with the copper and the iron becomes  oxidized by the blast. . After cooling,  the mass is broken into suitable sizes  for use in a blastfurnace where au iron  free matte can be made, which will still  contain substantially all the sulphur in  the original matte. The matte may  then be treated electrolvtically.  NOTICE.  "The Cairngorm Fractional" Mineral Claim  situate in the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District. Where located: In Loup  Lake Camp.   .  TAKE NOTICE -hat I, M. J.   M.   Wood,  Agent for the Vancouver and Boundary  Creek ��� Developing &   Mining Company, Ltd.  Lty.,  Free Miner's Certificate0No. B9303S, and  Charles L. Thome!, Free Miners' Certificate  No. B6S89, intend, sixty days  from  the  date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder fora  Certificate  of Improvements, for the puroose  of obtaining a Crown Grant of theabove claim.  And  further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd dav of June, A   D. 1906.  42-50 M. J. M. WOOD.  If present expectations are realized,  gold will not always hold the premier  position among the metal products of  Nevada. Copper is beginning to make  insistent claims for recognition as a  factor of importance. In fact 'he reports of the later strikes and excitements are concerned with copper rather  than with gold, and although the state  has always produced some copper, it  gives promise af attaining prominence  iti that line.  , The districts of greatest promise and  present interest are those of Ely and  Yerington in the northerly part, and  *the"ffe wWni i^^  Furnace Creek and Green water in the  south. The latter must, perforce, be  shared with California, but there is  evidence that this will in no wise detract from Nevada, for if the new discoveries amount to much they will be  so extensive as to contribute heavily to  both states. Probably no better evidence could be offered in support of the  genuineness of the future of copper in  Nevada than the fact that the present  known copper districts have liteially  been invaded by large interests which  appreciate the future of that metal.���  Mining Reporter.  6>�����  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  "London" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale.District.  Where  located:   In Deadwood Camp.  'T'AKE  NOTICE  that   I.  Arthur Murdoch  ���**��� Whiteside, acting as agent for F. F.  Ketchum, Free Miner. Certificate No. B93037,  and George M. Foster, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B6554, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  certificate of Improvements, for the prrpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of their interests in  the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced, before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 15th dav of June, A.D. 1906.  4*1-C3 A. M. WHITESIDE.  WINTER EXCURSIONS  Maritime Provinces, Ontario, Quebec,  the Old Country.  The Canadian Pacific* Railway 'rii-  nounce a scries of low round trip rates  first class three (3) motu'-is' limit from  Kootenay*-. to all points iu Ontario.  Quebec, Maritime Provinces and the  Old Country.  Rate from Greenwood to Toronto.  Moutreal, Windsor and intermediate  points is 583.55, 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,  This is an unusual opportunity to  visit eastern Canada or the Old Co.mtry  at Christmas at a low rate.  Detailed information sailing lists,  for ocean steamers, first class <ir tourist  sleeper reserva'.ions ou application to  local agents, or write  J. S, Carter, D. P. A.,  Nelson, B. C.  Progress and development are terms  closely identified with life in the West, In  a new country people are working daily  for the upbuilding of town, city and dis<  trict, ci.cl fer il:e im-prc-veir.entof the con**  ditions under which men and women are  called upon to live, Every act of daily life  that tends to bettering one's surroundings  makes directly or indirectly for the inv  provement of society generally. In all this  the local newspaper ptays an important  part,  Among its local readers it stimulates  an increasing interest in their home city,  keeping them posted, on  all local happens  ings,   and   becomes   a   welcome   weekly  messenger- bearing bright  and  welcome  tidings,     Amon?   its   outside   readers  it  forms-   a   valuable   advertising   medium  making known the merits, advantages and  prospects of the city and attracting thither  citizens who want  employment, business  firms looking for locations, and capitalists  seeking  investments.  In   the   upbuilding  of a town, city  or district the local paper  is an important factor- .:���'."  'J   llf*l.��U*U<  im Tifn *en". ii.iv  IX *V��A I-*4JtW��.n��_1fl'CtUVtli�����H-|HiWHllUJI.il-  !���- r �� vulva mi mm  The Boundary Creek Times aims to do  its full and complete share in. the upbuild*-  ing and improvement of Greenwood and  the Boundary district. It is not handi.  capped in its work bv any restraining ob^  ligations to any party, cliaue or corpora^  tion, but it is free at all times to rise up  and promote the best interests of the City  oF Greenwood and its people. To" do1-this  most thoroughlv and satisfactorily the  Times must have the support and coopera.*'  tion of the citizens of Greenwood,  Every effort is being put forth to make  the Times the class of newspaper the  people want, Increasing attention is being  continually paid to mining news, especially of that nature that will interest those  employed in the work "as well as those  whose capital is invested in the properties.  With this end in view we aim to have  A Sojbscrifcer In' Fverv florae  As a result of the efforts that have already  been put forth, we believe that anrincreas"  interest is already being taken in its news  columns, We have evidences of this from  the fact that the subscription list is already  growing? the street sales are increasing  weekly and the news dealers find more  demand for each succeeding issue, This is  a satisfactory condition of affairs that acts  in two ways, It increases <he revenue of  the circulation department and it makes the  paper a first-class, advertising medium for  local business men,'  In handling local advertising every effort  *"*"' pu*'k-*ffl- *�� Ptf^^ *^e Greenwood mer,*  chant The local page is reserved for them  �����z and foreign advertising has been repeatedly ^  c"~-                            -                                                                                         ���     - ' -������'m  S^ refused because the  advertising  manager ^5  %Z7 refused to disturb the positions held by local. 33  ^ advertisers, ^3:  ���a*-*��� _   -������-<��  ��~                Business men of Greenv/ood, we are here 22  ��r     n      to protect and advertise you.    We are pre ~2  ���~. tecting you!"Do you advertise? Read The 25  ��r Times, subscription $2.00 per year. 3  ���*"*���*" umiiini n arm in mi       i       in ��� -i    ii im i  ii    i i ii ii - in i n  in iwhhht. ii.ii.tw iw iw !_��� -m**tt  fe Advertise in tne Times. Rates Reasonable _1  lb��� ���_�����������__���-                                                          ______________ _  Er: The   Boundary  Creek   Times   Printing  and ~~  S^                                 Publishing- Co., Limited. -23  ib Duncan Ross, Pres. *7 H. O. Lamb. Man. Ed. 3  g2Z                  *"                               PHONE   2��"_                        _ __; rcwiiiwrni-ni-MM-iiniti
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Gor,DE;N, B. C, Nov. 9.—Golden is to
have one of the largest lumber mills
in British Columbia. The Columbia
River Lumber company, F. W. Jones
manager, announce that as soon as
they shut down, about the first of December, they intend to start construction on the new plant. The main
building will be 65 by 200, with a
planer room 75 by 100. The boiler house
will contain a battery of six boilers,
and power will be supplied by a pair of
20 by 24 engines, with 48 inch driving
belt. The planer room will be driven
by a 12 by 16 engine. The company
intend to install a double cutting band
saw and Wicks gang, also a circular
saw to slab for the gang.
The mill will contain, when completed, every modern improvement. The
buildings will be completely sheeted
with iron, and it is intended to make
the new mill one' of the best in the
country. 1 ts capacity will be 150,000
feet every ten hours, and if it is run
dry and night it will be able to cut
50,000,000 feet in a season.—Mail-
Herald.	
DULL TIMES
After all, there is a good deal in talk.
Let a man talk dull times and it is infectious, everybody talks dull times.
Instead of rustling around to take care
of what business there is, tney all go
and sit down and mope over dull times.
If a customer does happen to drop into
one of those "dull times" stores he
actually gets frightened out of one-
half as much as he expects to buy, because thiugs look so blue. He catches
the spirit of the store and resolves to
hang on to all his money with a death
grip, even if his business goes to
pieces on account of running short of
goods to fill up the empty shelves. The
bug bear of hard times should be sat
down upon, it is doing more to kill
business than anything else. Tell a
man he is. sick, keep ifup, and you
will eventually hound him to death.—
Enderby Progress.
RATS AND SUCH
London, Nov. 8.—Dr. Sir'Frederick
Treves, addressing the National Health
society, ridiculed the recent outcry
against canned meats, when he said
virtually everybody was indifferent to
the far greater danger in fresh food
and milk laden with death dealing
germs.
The public did not seem to mind
swallowing anything they could not
see. Milk and meat, as now unsani-
tarily cooked, are warmed with the
bacilli of typhoid and other diseases,
but as these are invisible, the public
did not care.
Canned meats which contained fioor
sweepings _n_ pieces of rat and man
were harmless, because they were
cooked and probably were healthy before they were cooked. People were
straining at a gnat and swallowing a
^ai_el7=Thi5rpreserif
before it was eaten was not in the least
more sanitary than it was in the days
of the neolithic cave dwellers.
THE YELLOWHEAD
It is announced from Ottawa that the
Grand Trunk Pacific has chosen the
Yellow-head pass as its route through
the Rockies. This choice has been
made after careful surveys of all the
available passes, and it is said the pass
will give a grade over the mountains
of about four-tenths of one per cent.
The government has yet to approve
the selection of the route, but its ap
proval niay be expected as a matter of
course. The Canadian' Northern is
understood to be heading for the same
pass with its transcontinental line, so
there may be some complications over
the construction of the rival roads.
What the two companies plan to do on
the west side of the Rockies seems to
be indefinite as yet.-—Rossland   Miner.
Lol   THE POOR INDIAN
Ottawa, Nov. 9. In addition to the
large tin in ber of Hindoos now in British Columbia, there are .some eight
hundred more on iheir way. Already
strong protests have been received
from that province against the. arrivals
of this class, who are not wanted, who
will never assimilate with the Canadian
people and who may become a charge
on the community. The Dominion
government nill make representations
to the imperial government to take the
matter up with the India government
and put a stop to this immigration.
Being British subjects, this is abort
the only way that the matter can be
dealt with.
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Clams, Crabs, Lobsters and all kinds of Shell Fish
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■__*-_- -M.taMKinaiy.
Ottawa, Nov. 8.—The insurance
commission examined Mr. George W.
Fowler, M. P., yesterday" respecting
the purchase of C. P. R. lands, Okanagan Lumber company and the Kamloops Lumber company.
It came out during the examination
by Mr. Shepley that Mr. Fowler got
S4,000 out of the Shusway, $22,000 out
of the Okanagan Lumber company and
about $55,000 from the Kamloops Lumber company deals; $2,500 of which h :
received from the Shuswap transaction
he said he credited against part of the
Kamloops deal, $55,000, which was not
paid him by Peter Ryan. There were
two options obtained by Mr. Fowler on
the property of the Kamloops Lumbe-
company. One was 2555,000 more than
the other. He unloaded on the Union
Trust company at a higher Figure and
paid Ryan at the lower price, so that
there was coming to him from Ryan
$55,000. In purchasing the Okanagan
Lumber company Mr. Fowler was interested as vendor and vendee, but his
explanation of this was that it did not
iu any way effect the sale, as he was
only carrying out the baigain as
arranged for by the others. He was
vendor, he said, in the Kamloops sale.
Of Jhe $55,000 he ..gave 512,000 to Ir w i n,
MMIOM   MEAT   C©.
Copper Street
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S1,000 to McCorniick and 57,000 to Mr.
Foster. Mr. Foster stated in Toronto
'.hat this was a loan.
Kvery woman may not be handsome, but every woman should keep with •■.•are the j>_od points,
which nature has endowed her with. Sailow skin, dull eyes, a blotchy complexion- thest no
woman need have who'pays proper attention to her health. Where constipation, liver deranye*
mem, blood impurities, and other irregularities exist, good complexion, bright eyes, and spri^hdy
movements cannot exist. Interna, derangements rev.al themselves sooner or later on ihe
surface. Headache, dark rings around the eyes, sallow skin, labored heavy movements, a
constant tired feeling—all these mean that the liver and digestive organs are needint*; IkI and
correction. Bileans give this necessary help. They are purely vegetable and they work in
.Nature's own way. Theydo not merely fiu-sh the bowels and clear out the liver eels. They
t me up liver and stomach to fulfil their pioper functions. Not only so, bnt while more effective
than the medicines hitherto obtainable, they are, at the same time, more mild in their operation,
■aid are suitable for the most delicate constitution.
A   WOMAN   W7XQ   WAS   AS   YELLOW   AS   A   GUINEA.
Mrs. A.'Travis-, f Gringley, says:—" I got, completely 'run d-wii' in health, my strength went. I was constipated, had
t'r qiient headuches, and niv skin became as yellow as _ guinea. Food gave roe pdn, and hours upon hours have I laid awake
at night quite unable to get any sleep, because of indigestion.    I lost flesh and become quite wasted
do mt any good at all.    One day bileans were recomni■■" '   ' * '     •  """ *'"	
medicine had tailed to do, and soon after I
began to take them I felt an improvement.
_ persevered with them until they cured me,
they cleared niy .skin, rid raa of constipation,
banished my headsehe, ended the indigestion,
and made me well and hearty again."
Medicine did not seem tn
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toul b.eath. dizzinen'*, wind pains, unemia, .1 bility etc.
Obtainable from .11 dnig>;i*-t!i at 5.** cent* per box, or
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To obtain a free sample box. cut
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BILEANS
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Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
Regulations.
ANY available Dominion Lands within the
Railway Belt in British Columbia, may
be homesteaded by any person who is the sole
head o£a family, or any male over 18 years of
ajje, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160
acres, more or less.
_ Entry must be made personally at the local
land office for the district in which the land is
situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the
conditions connected therewith under one of
the following plans;
(1) At least six mom lis' residence upon and
cultivation of the laud in each year for three
years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father is
deceased), of the. homesteader resides upon a
farm iu the vicinity of tlio land entered for, the
requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or
mother,
(3 If the settler has his permanent residence
upon farmine; 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 mouths' notice in writing should beffiveu
to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at
Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre
for soft coal aiidiRO for anthracite. Not more
than 320 acres can be acquired bv one individual or compaiiv. Royalty at tne rate of ten
cents per ton of 2,00 pound? shall be collected
on the pros* output. '
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
N.B.—Unauthorized  publication  of this ad.
vertlse.mcut will not be paid for. 32-59
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'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 rail-way
In the world that equals In equipment
tbat of the
Chicago, Milwaukee &
St Paul Railway
They own and operate their own
sleeping- and dinintr cars on all their
trains and give their patrons an excellence of service not obtainable elsewhere. Berths on .their sleepers are
longer, higher and wider than in similar
cars on any other line. They protect
their trains.bv the Block system.
For further information cull o-i your
local ticket agent, or
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third avenue,
Portland, Ore.
R. L. FORD, Commercial Agent
Cor. Riverside Ave. and Wall St.
Spokane, Wash
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
"Virjrinius"   Mineral   Claim,   situate   iu   ihe
Kettle River Miuiup Division  of Yale District.     Where    located:     Iu     Wellington
Camp.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Forbes M. Kerhy,
as a;reiit for Wm. Hanna, Free Miner's
Certificate No. Ul'*92. and John Mulligan, Free
Miner's Ceititicate Xo. J52U21. intend, sixty
days from the date 1hm\*o;, to apply tothe
Mininir Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, lor the purpose of obiaiuini.' a -'*rowu
r,rant of the alio.o claith.
And further lake i-.oik'.- thai action, under
section 37. must be commenced before tlie
issuance of Mich Certilicates of   Improvement*.
Dated this lath day of Sepu-mber. A. I). l'.HV..
••  1-' FOKHKS M. KKK1JY.
Commercial Hotel
ROOMS  FROM   $1.50    UP
1'. 11 ii   :   •■  ■• >   it.   i * - * 111 u-r * i. ,n
SUNDAY SERVICES
'.'ATH.il.IC --t'huivli nf lit.- S.uivd
He rt.—Divim: st*rvi.-'* lv. ilnt-.l .mri
fourth Sum!.ty in ea.-li 111..11..I1 I Inly
ut.iss ai 10 n. 111 : v.'-i..-i':. unil ln-u«*«li«:-
tion .it ":.*.!) [i. in.: .Suniiay soho*.>l at
2:j(I p.m. I-KV. J. A Bkoard. • 1. M. 1..
pastor.
.•V.NGu<*A*s--St. JiuK-'ii. Kiv. John
L'-i-ch-l'orli-r. Jl. D., p;is!or. tservic*----
at H a. in.. 11 a. in. :in>l 7.M> p. rn ;
Sunday »ch.•<-.'!, .2:.*.'i p. 1:1. All .-scats
free Midway, 2nd and -1th Sunday
each month at 3:30 p in. Phoenix. 1st
and 3rd Sunday co-.l. mom Si at ,-.;30
p. in.
l'Kh>liV_l-*I*-IA.\"—St.    <  olnnib...     lvtrv
M.I 1.   *7.'k..-<-.   pj-tiir.    S*-ivi.-<-,   1!   _
in. _nd 7:..'"  p.    111 ;  Siin.i.s    -...;:.....i _:.M>
p. 111.
ME-iKijuiir-Kt-v. H 7 i''.-.*-tia*j:_.
pd-,t-.r. Services .it li .1. m. .ind 7:30
p. mi.; SuuUttV s.-hovl. _:3<i p. m.
saSStB BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES,  A BARGAIN IN  PAY ORE COLUMN  We are selling off a good assortment of coal heaters  in  all sizes  at bargain   prices.     Cold weather will  soon be here and you 'will want a i**ood stove.  ra_��_-r__TT_r.fu��_^��-Ar-r'.n-~Jr-^-4;Ti^iT^j--ir^-��.iT ���r,-^^-*' >^*r��r>Bi-i.-'*'��'vi-tvi��^^^  ~Mi<\.*-J21U***ii-��^.V__lirjt**-h-Ot,:J*,.f'.,.aiV_'\u-,IM.tC "-.--v.- *MAW*^U".*A*.i?^*.*ti*rl*^'mlT*'&��n*tnTuaUMKmMtm\mAmK*  Burns Coal or Wood o  Large oven  and all conveniences.    Handsomely  mounted with nickel silver.  .ami i-mni-nii t_n_i_nrti _n_n w��n-~i' nr -** r .inn rnnrrrn iii   m  arwv-aoamnaijttMrrtratn._.t: __-��*-*�����*__i,-__n.-w��vroivtru*��_:si^_.-__^t_m_^->?tao.*fjj^n^^��M^TtwrTTCTrir^f'ni'.-r_g3ini  All sizes.    Handsomely .ornamented.  In all sizes big and little.  '  a^.matiMninmiw**i rif-owifwrvnamkbtimttaujimiim mim n mim imi���  THE FERNIE STRIKE  The latest Fernie advices are  that the coal miners' strike is  over. The memorandum of settlement would indicate that the  strike had been an unqualified  failure, begotten by misrepresentation of conditions existent  both to the men and to union  headquarters.  The loss chargable to "the strike  will probably reach the million  dollar mark, and organized labor  does not appear to have scored a  point. This is to be deplored,  because labor must be organized  for its own protection, but it must  be just for its own preservation.  and neither man nor body caa  afford to present au unjust view  to the public and endeavor to  - maintainit  Work will be resumed at once,  and the fuel famine relieved.  _u 1,1, text of the fernie strike  SETTLEMENT.  Fernie, B. C, Nov. 13. -The coal  miners' strike at Fernie was settled  last night. Mr. Burke, President Mitchell's representative, conceded everything- for which the company held out.  The follewing- is a copy of the agreement signed by Mr. Burke and Mr.  Lindsey on behalf cf the union mine  workers and the Crow's Nest Coal company, respectively:  "I, Thomas Burke, acting for President Mitchell, and sent to Fernie by  him to settle the strike, find the Crow's  Nest Pass Coal company was promised  by the conference committee which  framed and signed the agreement of  May 23,'1905, that there would be no  refusal to work with nonunion men;  that the issueof the closed shop would  not be raised; that President Mitchell  would not permit a strike for any such  purposes; that it was relying- on the  facts of these promises that the discrimination clause in the previous  agreement was omitted from the agreement of the 23d of May, 1905.  .     MITCHEU, WAS MISim*0_MI'I"V  "I further say that President Mitchell, had he been advised of the afore-  saii promises, would not have ordered  a strike nor sent his telegram dated  September 11, 1906. It is, therefore,  agreed between myself and Mr. Lind-  aey, acting for the Crow's Nest Pass  Coal compare, also that there shall be  no discrimination by union men against  nonunion men or refusal to work with  The Tip Top, in Skylark camp,  has been bonded to Spokane parties for S15,000. The Tip Top  lies just south of the E. P. U.  and Margrie," adjoining the Mavis  on the west. It has the same  lead as the Bay and Mavis and  considerable development work  has been done on it.  The Wallace Mountain Mining  company decided at its late meeting to go ahead with vigorous  development on the Duncan and  Bounty Fraction. From a point  in the tunnel where the winze  was sunk 50 feet t an upraise will  be made 50 feet to the surface.  When this is done, the winze,  which will become tbe main  working shaft, Avill be deepened.  In the bottom of the winze at a  depth of 100 feet from the surface the vein is IS inches wide  and returning good values. From  this shaft development will proceed as circumstances dictate.  Work is steadily progressing on  the Elkhorn. Steady progress is  being made on the crosscut for  the main ore body south, and  good ore is being 'taken out of  the winze. Another car of the  Elkhorn's high grade ore will be  presently shipped.  o  Good progress is reported by  Alex Robinson on the Golconda  tunnel. The contract is for 175  feet and will be completed inside  two months from date.  them; that all men who joined the  United Mine Woncers of America since  Septemberll, 1906, and signed to deduct dues under article 5, on or after  the said date are released from tlie  said organization and their signatures  to such orders shall be and are cancelled and they, may rejoin and sign at  their option. Tbat the money collected  for the union by the company for dues  in October from the September payrolls shall be paid over to the union;  that inasmuch as the present check off  does not last for the life of the agreement, a new check-off order is to be  prepared and substituted for it which  will last for the life of the agreement,  and this, when signed, the company  will accept."  All men are to go back to work.  Chrys  Chrysanthemums  ���*  ��� i  i  B  We wish. to announce to our patrons and customers  that we now have nearlv 20,000 feet under glass  ... in ....  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,  Florists  Grand Forks  Telephone B 20  P. O.  Columbia,    B. C.  Place Your Thanksgiving Order for Chrysanthemums Now  I  ��-^��4  ��� I HI__��-IH-*II_I1II*-HI��--H 'II- IODItMUlRIWMl  FOR  LADIES, MISSES AND.CHILDREN  Watson's unshrinkable Underwear   that   will not  ���  shrink, and  Underwear that will wear.     We are'absolutely complete in all prices and grades.  Ladies' knit to fit Combination Underwear, absolutely the best on the market.    We have them,  ZAM-BUK   WINS   WORKERS'   PRISE  Marvelous Cure of Burns-  Zam-Buk has beeu called "the worker's friend," because it brings such  telief and healing- "to workers who  suffer from cuts, burns, bruises or any  Skin injury or disease. Mr, All. J.  Clark, of Cavendish street, London  (Ont.), tels how Zam-Buk cured him of  severe burns. He says: "I got' mv  hands very severely burned with lime.  The burns were so deep that'as I plied  my shovel the blood actually ran down  the handle. The agony I stiff ere" you  may well 'imagine. I tried several  different kinds of salves but the burns  were loo severe for thest* preparations  to heal.  ' I obtained a supply' of Zam-Buk,  and the very .first application gave me  ease. This pleased me, you may guess,  bnt as I applied the balm each day I  was more and more pleased with the  effect. The pain was relieved completely.  "I had often heard of Zam-Buk, but  thought before I   tried   it  that it  was  similar to the ordinary   salves you see  advertised.    In a very short time Zam-  Buk healed my. burns  completely, and  my   hands   actually    felt    better���the  muscles   more  firm   and   the   skin   in  better   condition    than   before   I  was  burned.'"  Jfo t__o n ly__fb__,bu rn s. _bi u_t_i________  bruises, sprains, etc., Zam-Buk is the  best and surest cure. It also cures  eczema, ulcers, abscesses, ringworm,  boils, eruptions, poisoned wounds,  chapped or cracked hands, cold sores,  chilblains, bad leg, piles, etc. All  druggists sell at 50c. a box, or post free  from the Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, on  receipt of price.    Six boxes for S2 SO.  o  -*%t||&�� bundarv valley   lodge  -.77^*=-- No. 38.I.O.O. F.  Meets  every   Tuesday Kvenitif* at 8 00 in  tbe  I. ��. O. 1'. Hall.     A  cordial nivi union is ex  tended to all sojmirninir bre'.herti.  II. MeG_A*-.HAN. S. K. KELT,  N. G. Rec.-Sec  In   the   Supreme  Court   or the  Nortli  west  Tarritories, Northern Alberta Judicial  District.  In the mailer ot till." estate of  Isaac Newton Bishop  late  of  Greenwood   in   the   Province of British  Columbia, deceased.  Pursuant in tlie order of the Chief Justice of  this Court made iu the matter of the estate of  Isaac Newton IJishop, deceased, late of Green  wood in the Province of lJritish Columbia, who  died on or a> out the '21st day ot* January, 1006,  the creditors of the said Isaac Newton Bishop,  deceaied, and all persons having claims against  the estate of the said deceased, are hereby noti-  Sed that they are required or or before tile 15th  day of '.'eceiuber, l'K'6, to deliver or send by  ma.il prepaid to Clifford 1*. Keilly or the Cky of  Calg-ary in the Province of Alberta, advocate  for Laura Ellhi.i Kishop of the said City of  Calpary. executrix of the estate of the said  deceased, their names, addresses and full particulars of their claims and a statement of the  securities, if any. held by them iu respect  thereof and the nature of such securities, such  particulars and statement to be duly verified by  a statutory declaration of the claimant or his  agent, and that from and after the said date tne  executrix will proceed to distribute the assets  of the said estate havinir reyard only to those  claims oi which she'shall then lifi.\e notice and  without belntr liable for the assets or any part  thereof to any oerson of whose claim she shall  not then have notice.  Dated at Calgary. Alberta,  thi��s  24th   day  pf  October, *906.  C. B. REILL.,  ��� Advocate for tlie iald executrix.  untei  k Co., Ltd.  "The Big Store"  ty  ty  ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tytyty ty ty ty%  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-rootned house with  25x100-foot lot.    Close  in, $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  J Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd. %  Jjp GEO. R. NADEN. Manager ^��  ty P. 0. Box 126, BROKERS Greenwood, B.C ty  ffi'ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tytyty tytyty tyty tytyty tyU  s_ti____t_Ha__i ssBssssmssBssssis (Stus-SB�� e*_a-w*5M*it_t-*_. ��B_-_H__s___->a_--i s>  FRESH OYSTERS,      HOT  In fact everything1 in season is served at  If8     T"jkT?Tr  LUNCH COUNTER  Open at all Hours. Prompt Service.  MOORE & McJSLKOY, Proprietors,  **_MiM_BWB_Mia __m_^_i^^  J  ���;���  Y  Y  Y  Y-  Y  Y  -*r  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  ?  z  -.��..���....���r���.-��ii�� nMHn. >iin> riiin.nif."iii,*r'fn.' rn. vuti  i-iti r��� ������I������������' -"- -.���r"������".���- ��.,.vw����m^���.  It is time you were placing- vottr order for vottr  FALL a nd WINTER SUIT. -..  We have them in the best patterns and weights  ever brought into this district.  OUR   PRICES   ARE   SURE   TO    PLEASE,  ~    -    '���    The Tailor.  W. ELS  Copper  Street.  *.*  <i<mJ��<��.;��.>��;m2m-->��Jm.^^^  Son  ressers  fj-^t.j .-, ���^t*-u..a^>-.jj.^.^^>A^^.'t^-^4^v^-u___-��->-w  For beauty, style, dura-   t  biiitv     and     usefulness   *  ...  combined    with   moder-   *  Y  ale price our Y  * Dressers, Stasias, Sideboards, Dining *  x ���-���  I Room Tables and Chairs |  have no stiperior. X  Y   We are leaders in Furniture.  T. M. GULLEY & CO.  %       Furniture Dealers and Undertakers.   Greenwood -ind Midwaay.       *  'j��&AAQAAAA*^l~tt~tt~l~l~tt

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