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 wrN^..'***V-3f-''l  *..*r^_r>v.^  (4  ��r2*  *  Vol. 10.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY   NOVEMBER 17, t%5.  No. 11  TUB     J5#*0       ^'TOFIJ^  Be  Brcz  Store  EigbiiwaCfte Fires ow a gold lHorning  is wo Snap*  But if you wear a pair of our felt slippers, you  won't mind it. We carry a complete line of  Ladle's, Men's and Childrens' sizes at prices  varying from  75C   tO   $2.00    Irya Pair.  People are beginning to feel the need of good  warm underwear. We would like to direct  your attention to a new line that we have just  received. English made goods, the best quality  ou the market, and built for warmth and wear.  Double breasted, spliced seat, knees and  elbows. We guarantee to replace any garments  that shrink.   Phenomenal values at only  $3.00 a oSuit.  The well known "Landringham" all wool blankets have no equal for lightness, warmth and  comfort.  While our stock is complete is the time to make  selections for your Xmas gifts. Come in and choose  what you wish and have us reserve it for you. See  our, display of DORFLINGER'S CELEBRATED  CUT  i  Including :  ' Carafes,   Napps,  Salad Bowls, Tumb-  | ' lers, Cream and Sugars, Vases, Tankard Jugs.  ��� ec"HOUR   WINDOW,  RENDELL & GO  These Chilly Nights |  MaJke You Think of Heavier Underwear.  Read Our Special List for This Week:  AGENTS  F��R  Mason &  Risch Pianos  .and  Standard  Patterns.  Men's sanitary fleece shirts and draweis  sizes 32 to 44, perfect fitting-   ��^ ^j   ��-[���"���  each  Men's  all-wool  unshrinkable shirts  and  very special. O & CtS  50  2 shirts  95  Men's  all-wool  unshrinkable shirts  and  drawers,   verv   heavy  ribbed  knit to tut ��kf "$ ez each  Special each.   ,vy    xiuucu    Boys' sanitary flleece shirts and  drawers  perfect fitting.  Each       .25 cts  Store closes daily at seven o'clock, except  Saturdays at 10 p. ni.  Herb W. Edwards Injured.  Herb W. Edwards of Des Moines,  Iowa, got a fall ou an icy walk last  winter, spraining his wrist and bruising his- knees. "The next day," he  says, "they were so sore and stiff I was  afraid I would have>,to stay in bed, but  I rubbed them well witn Chamberlain's Pain'Balm and after a few applications all soreness had disappeared. I feel that this bottle of Pain  Balm saved me several days' time, to  s-ay nothing of the suffering." This  ointment is for  sale by  all druggists  A circuit of Lake Superior covers a  distance of 1,750 miles. The greatest  length of this greatest body of fresh  water in the world is 420 miles, Its  greatest breadth is lo.7 miles. Irs total  area is 31,200 square miies. Its height  above sea level is 602 feet and its ap-  proximatemeandepthrOOO feetr-���-=--=  WELCOME TO JUDGE  By the Greenwood Bar Association  ON FIRST OFFICIAL VISIT  Police Magistrate Hallett Offers Congratulations to His Honor  Judge Clement.  NOW  OPEN UNDER  NEW MANAGEMENT  Having- rented the dining  room and lunch counter  of the Pacific Hotel, I  will open to the public  the large Dining- Room.  Everything throughout  has been renovated, and  guests will find this the  cleanest and most comfortable dining room in  the city    ......  Open Day and Night.  Patrons will find the  Cuisne   Excellent  WM. JOHNSON - - - PROP.  Late of Camp McKinney.  His Honor Judge Clement presided  at the sittiug of the county court held  ih the court house, Greenwood, on  Tuesdc y morning last. As this was  his honor's first appearance at a regular court sitting, the bar association of  Greenwood took advantage of the opportunity to welcome the new judge  and extend congratulations upon his  appointment. The spokesman was I.  Hi Hallett, who is dean of the Greenwood lawyers. Mr.-Hallett expressed  his pleasure because he; had been  chosen by his fellow members of the  bar association to tender to his honor  their heartiest congratulations upon  his appointment and to assure him that  his appointment had been looked upon  with the greatest trust and confidence.  Even among themselves they had congratulated each other because they  fully believed the best appointment  had been made, and they felt sure that  every matter which came before his  honor would receive the fairest and  fullest consideration. It was also  gratifying that a member of the local  bar had been appointed and that those  in authority had not sent a stranger  among them. He trusted that his  honor would long be spared fora career  of usefulness -and that he would accept their congratulations in the spirit  in which they were tendered���one of  the heartiest sympathy and esteem.  His honorin reply said he appreciated' very much, indeed, the expressions of good will from the Greenwood  bar. Coming fresh from tlie bai he  could fully appreciate the difficulties  in connection with their labors and he  would always endeavor to expedite  matters and bring all questions of litigation to a speedy conclusion. It was  gratifying to him that the bar and the  public generally should have received  his appointment with such marks of  approval. He would endeavor in all  cases to carry out trie oath of office and  render justice impartially. He again  thanked Mr Hallett and, the members  of the bar for their hearty welcome  "an _~co n gra t til a t i onll77^=l5==^~;===^  The routine work of the court was  then proceeded with. Several new  British subjects were added to the  growing list, a number of cases were  laid over to next court, and in the case  Entilla against Bompina; the whole  matter was referred to J. R. Brown as  arbitrator. This is a case where there  is a dispute among the Italian colonists below Anaconda, and Entil'a is  sueing Bompina for wages. A number  of witnesses who cannot speak English were in attendance, and J. P.  Myers-Gray and J. P. McLeod, the  lawyers respectively for plaintiff and  defeudant, agreed to have the matter  referred to Mr. Brown to unravel the  difficulty.  (?  =-Sv  DOMINION COPPER CO.  M. M. Johnston, consulting  engineer of the Dominion Copper company, reached Greenwood by yesterday's Great  Northern train and in company  of Mr.Drummond, the company's  resident manager, went to Phoenix this morning. Seen by a  Times representative, Mr. Johnston stated that thev hopgd to  blow in the smelter at Boundary  Falls in about ten days. Ore  and coke are being shipped there  and he saw no reason why the  smelter should not be running in  that time. He also stated that  his company had not fully decided where the new smelter  would be located.  A WEST FORK DEAL  Black Diamond and Standard Bonded.  P. COSTELLO PURCHASER  Development Work to be Started at  Once���Payments in Two  Years.  Last ween a deal was put through  by which Peter Costello of Spokane  acquired the Standard and Black Diamond on the West Fork of Kettle  river. The amount named in the bond  is $27,000, payable in one and two  years. Three hundred dollars worth of  work is to be done on the claims each  month until the final payment is made.  Net returns on all shipments are to  be applied on the purchase price of  the property. The dea.. was put through  by John H. Smith of Greenwood, and  the owners were, P. J, Kennedy, "y�� interest: Jos. A. Devlin, -54 interest, and  G. O. Guise, '/ interest.  The Standard and Black Diamond  were located in August 1899 by P. J.  Kennedy. The claims are located near  the well known Rambler mine on Dry  creek at the eastern end of Wallace  mountain. The leads are much larger  than those of the other properties of  Wallace mountain, running from 8 to  14 feet in width.  On the Standard three shafta have  been sunk, one 22 feet and the others  10 feet each. There are also three  shafts on the Black Diamond, one, 40  and the others 10 feet each. Seven  open cuts have been run across the  leads fromS to 8 feet deep aud 10 to 12  feet long.77 :--*- --���---���' ��������� -  It is the intention of the purchaser  to commence work at once.' J. H.  Smith and P. J. Kennedy left for the  West Fork oh Wednesday's stage to  get everything in shape for the force  of men to be put at work December 1.  SEEING  THE   PROVINCE.  n^ea^M/r  Well Known Newspaper Man Is Visit-  in. British Columbia.  E. W.Thompson,bneof the best known  newspaper men in Canada, was a visitor to the district this week. Mr.  Thompson is a Canadian who was at  at one time an editorial writer on the  Toronto Globe and who has had a long  and successf ull journalistic experience  :ou"_6me bf"thclarge=American-dailiesr-  He has done a great deal iu directing  attention to the Canadian West by a  series of well written articles which  appeared in the Boston Transcript and  other newspapers. His present tour to  British Columbia is bound to result  advan'ageously to the province, as his  descriptis-e articles will appear in the  Boston Transcript and a syndicate of  inilueutiai newspapers. Mr. Thompson  believes a large immigration could be  directed to B. C. as there are many de  sirable settlers who would rather live  in a mountainous country than on the  monotonous plains. He criticized the  lack -of detailed information  available in connection with vacant-  lands of the province and saw no good  redson why there should not be more  information in order that settlers  might ascertain for themselves where  lands could be secured. During recent  years he has visited the Northwest  many times and came in direct personal contact with the incoming settlers. Many of the most desirable of  these would rather come to B. C , but  as there was no one to direct them here  and no information upon which ihey  could act |for. themselves, they remain  in the Northwest.  Mr Thompson visited Midway and  other points of interest and left on  Tuesday for the Okvnagan valley. He  will go to the coast before returning  East.   A number of the salts of zinc are  emplayed in medicine and the arts.  The sulphate is used in calico printing  and in medicine as an astringent,  caustic, emetic and a tonic. The axide  and carbonate are used as pigments, as  preservatives, etc. BOUNDARY OREEK   TIMES.  LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.  ���.suit of their  efforts: Messrs. E.  |H.   Mortimer,  Jas. D. McCreath,  Owing to a break in   the  press j W. B. Fleming, S. Belt, Phillips,  the Times is a day late.  R. C. -Longley, the well known  mining man has returned from a  trip to Kootenay.  There bas beeira heavy fog in  the valley along* Boundary creek  for the past week.  The Times is still at theuiercy  of the butchers. Our staff hunter,  didn't negotiate even a .���������nphcr or  a whistler.  Among the Midway visitors to  the city Thursday evening were  Messrs. Barley, Griffith-*. Pope  and Gardom.  Captain Swsyue will run a  shooting gallery instead of the  bowling alley forthe iic.nL month.  or until the skating rink is opened.  Mike Callahan and Dan Bres-  uahan have completed their 50-  foot sinking contract ou the  Preston. Itfs said that another  contract will be let to crosscut  and drift.  Editor Keffer of the Anaconda  News has been confined to his  room all week with a severe eold.  This is the cause of the non-appearance of the News on time  this week.  A. Gosnell and P. Malone, of  Nelson, who were here last week,  went over to Princeton and purchased a site for a large brewery  which they and their associates  intend erecting there.  A lodge of Knights of Pythias  will shortly be started in Midway.  Proctor Joiner, manager forthe  Russell-Law-Cau 1 field company  here, has been named as instituting officer. It is expected that  Greenwood. Phoenix and Grand  Forks lodges will take part in the  instituting proceedings.  ��� The aunual statement of the  Bank of Montreal, issued this  week shows net earnings ol'Sl,-  638,000, compared with ���'$1,409,-  000 last year. Of these earnings  $1,420,000 was paid in dividends  and the remaining $218,000 was  added to the profit and loss account. The circulation of the  bank increased two million dollars  The appeal cases in Rudolph v.  Macey, and Madden v. Diamond,  were argued before the full court  in Vancouver this week. The  appeals are from the decision  given by Mr. Justice Irving at  Nelson. Joseph Martin, K. C,  is counsel for the local appellants  =and-_^Pr'Bav-isr=K^e^m*tH:Vr  A. Macdonald, K. C, are acting  for the Providence company. The  full court reserved its decision.  Last week C. Scott Galloway  sold the Victoria hotel on Copper  street to J. N. Bishop of-.-Calgary.  The purchase price was in the  neighborhood of $5,000. Mr.  Bishop has taken charge of the  hotel and is completely renovating it. This is the second sale  of Copper street property within  a week. It shows that Greenwood is again attracting the attention of the investing public.  Mclntoiuiny, Braithwaite, and W  M. Law.  Sunstone, or aventurine feldspar,  and shows a smooth surface, a beautiful, golden, glistening effect. This  effect is due to -the reflection of light  from the surfaces of vast numbers of  minute, tabular crystals of hematite,  or t:oethite, enclosed in the spar in  parallel position. With a magnifying  glass these minute crystals show most  gorgeous iridescence. Sunstone is  used to some extent in jewelry, but  more so in ��� ornamental objects. It is  rather a rare minera" and when in line  specimens it commands a fair value  from mineral dealers or collectors.  Anglican, St. Jude's Church  Rkv. John Leech-Portkk, B. D.,  pastor.  1st, 2nd aud 3rd Sundays, Holy Communion, 8 a m.; Matins and Sermon,  11 a. m.  '4th   Sunday���Eitany,    Holy    Communion and Sermon, 11 a, m.  Evensong and Sermon every Sunday, 7:30 p. m.   .  Sunday School, every Sunday, 2:30  p.m. ��� ,  Choir Rehearsal, every Friday, 8p.m.  AEE SEATS FREE.  Take notice that thirty days after date we  intend to apply lo the Hon. Chief Commissioner  or Lands and Works for a special license to cut  and carry away timber on the following- described lands in Osoyoos disttidt:  4. Commencing at a post marked Y.-C. L Co's  north-west corner post, on the north side of the  main -branch of the Kettle river, east of C P.  R, Block 2704, about two miles south of "Dot  3(j37, running-east 40 chains, thence south 160  chains, thence west 40 chains, thence north 160  chains to point of commencement.  September 21st, 1905.  Yale-Columbia.Lumber "Co., Ltd.  5. Commencing at a post marked Y.-C. I/.Co's  northwest corner post, on the main branch of  tho Kettle river, about one mile south of Block  36S7, and one-half mile east of Block 2704,"ruii.  ning- east SO chains," thence south 80 chains,  thence west SO chains, thence nortli80 chains to  point of commencement.  September 21st, 1905.  Yalk-Columiiia IvE.mbi*:r Co., "Ltd.  h. Commencing at a post marked Y.-C. L.Co's  northwest corner post, on the main branch of  tlie Kettle river,al)Out one mile east of Illock  2704 nml south of Block 3637,-runningr enst 80  chains, thence south 80 cliains, thence west 80  chains, thence north 80 chains to point of commencement.  .September 21st, 1905.  Yale-Columbia Lttmbek Co., Ltd.  ���RAILWAY!  WINTER SCHEDULE ���"  Double service Main Line.  Kootenay Section, East and  West, connects with Imperial  Limited,  PLASTERS AND  GENERAL MASONS.  TELEGRAPHERS  :.IVEK13EO  ODD FELLOWS' BALL.  The Most Successful Dance Ever Held  in Greenwood.  In the Masonic hall last evening- the largest and most successful dance ever given in ('reenwood, was held under the auspices ox Boundary 'Valley lodge.  I. O. O. F. The large .-.all was  well tilled and the onlv drawback,  if any. was the large number of  couples who were anxious to  dance each number on the programme. Bush's orchestra furnished .excellent music. Supper  was served bv the ladies of St.  Jude's church. The foil-Aving  committee of Odd Fallows, who  had charge of ali the details of  the successful affair, are being  warmly congratulated of  the re-  Annually, to fill the new positions created  by Railroad and Telegraph Companies. We  .>_-_f_XO.U.__^"_E"S7sm<_t_LADIES^.o.f=gftO(l,  habits, to  LEARN TELEGRAPHY  AND R, R, ACCOUNT.. G2ffi_��S  We furnish 75 per cent of the Operators  and Station Agents in America. Our 'six  schools are the largest exclusive Telegraph  Schools in the world. Established 2o  years and endorsed "ov all leading Railway  Officials.  We execute a ?2*50 Bond to every student  to furnish him or her a position pitying  from $40 to$60 a month in States enst of the  Rocky "Mountains, or from S75 to S100 a  month in States west of the Rockies, immediately upon graduation.  Students can enter at any time. No vacations. For full oarticu'ars regarding  any of our schools write direct to our executive office at Cincinnati, O. Catalogue  free.  1  | Cincinnati, Ohio.  j Atlanta, Ga.  | Tcxarkanj, Tex.  Ol  Buffalo. N. Y.  LaCrossc/AVis.  San Francisco, Cal.  NOTICE.  No'rrCK is hereby {riven that I intend  to apply to the Board of License Com-  missicners for the City of Greenwood,  B. C, at their next sittings, for a  transfer of the license now held by me  for tiie premises known as the Victoria  Hotel, situate on Lot Twenty-four in  Block Twelve, Plan 21. City of Greenwood, B. C, to I. N. Bishop.  Dated this 4th day of November, 1905.  G. Gusdehson.  NOTICE.  In the matter of the " Land Registry Act." and  in the Matter of the Title to the South Half  !      of Lot 16, Block" D." Map 28. Greenwood  !       city-'  WHEREAS Certificate of Title cf Fran  ceeco Fera. being Certilicaie Number  j *)4."_. to lliu above hereditaments, has Iven  , li��i or destroyed and applicat'o.. has been  : made to me for a duplicate thereof.  ; NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN* that a rtti-  ; plicate Ccriificaie of Title to the above here-  : ditnments will lie issued at the expiration of  ; om* mon th from tile date hereof, unless in the  : meantime  valid ohjeetion  to the contrary be  m.'uh* to me in writing.  ! r.and Rrgistrv Office. Kamloops. B. C, August  IS. l'.'OS. , W. H. EDMONDS,  j District Registrar.  SLEEPER SERVICE \  WT5ST���Standard and Tourist *  Sleepers leave   Revelstoke d-iily ��  for Seattle and Vancouver. *  EJAST-Slnndnrd sleepers leave 4  Kootenay    Landing-    daily   for \  Medicine Hat,  connecting   with *?  cars for St.   Paul,   Toronto and i  Montreal. s  TOTJRrST SL/EEPBRS leave (  Medicine  Hat,Wednesdays and i  Saturdays   for   Toronto ;   Wed. {  and   Fri. for Montreal ; Fri, for f  for Boston ; daily for St. Paul. J  ATLANTIC S. S. AGENCY��� *j  Through   tickets   to   and   from <  England and the Continent. Ask <  for Christmas sailings. All lines }  represented. 3  For  full  particulars,   first  class  or \  tourist sleeper reservations,  apply   to t  local agents or write \  ,E   _?.   F*EDPATH,   AGENT. ^  GREENWOOD, ��;  E. J. COYLE, J. S. CARTER, 1  G.P.A.Vancouver I). P.A.Nelson.     ,  In the Matter of the Railway Act and  in the Matter of the Vancouver,  Victoria and Eastern Railway and  Navigation Company.  NOTICE is hereby given that the'amended  plan, profile and book of reference of the Sec  tion of the Vancouver. Victoria and Eastern  Railway from Lot 041, Group One to Section 3,  Township 66, which has been duly approved,  was, ou the 13th day of September, 1995, filed in  the Office of the Registrar of Titles for th  Dis-rict of Yale at Kamloops, and that the  plans, profile and book of reference of the preliminary location covering said Section duly  approved were filed in said registry office on  the 16th day of June, 1902.  A. H. MacNKILL,  Solicitor V., V. _ E. Ry. & N. Co.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK  "Preston" "Mineral Clr.im, situate in the Greenwood   Mining   Division   of  Yale District.  Whers,loeate<l: Tn Skylark Camp.  ��� TAKE NOTICE   that  T.  'Arthur  Murdoch  Whiteside, as agent for  Livingston   Thomas  Dickason,    of    Chicago,    Illinois,   TJ.  S.   A.,  Free Miner's   Certilicate   No.   1*91418,  intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to applv to the  Mining Recorder fora Certificate Of  Improvements for the .purpose of   obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further Hike notice that action under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 3rd dav of October, A.D. 1905.  Oct". A.M.WHITESIDE.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  ''Bulldog''and -'Bulldog Fractional" Mineral  Claim, situate iu the Greenwood Mining  Division of Yale District. Where located:  In Providence Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Albert E. Ashcroft,  acting as agent for Charles Kinney, Free  Miner's Certilicate No. B91517, " intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of, obtaining a  Crown Grant to theabove claim.  And further take notice that action under  section 37, must be commenced before the is.  suance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this;2nd day of October. A. D. 1905  Oc 6.        ALBERT E. ASHCROFT. P. L: S.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  'Hard Cash" Mineral Claim, situate in the  c.reenwood Mining Division of Yale District. Where located: Beaver Creek camp.  TAKE NOTICE that we. George M. Miller,  Free Miner's Certificate No. BSsSoa. and  William Klutz. Free Miner's Certificate No. B  .S5.S04, intend, sixty davs from the datehereof.to  apply to the Mining Recorder tor Certificates  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining.  Crown ('rants of the above claims.  And further   lake notice that actions, under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such cert'lieates <>f improvements.  Dated this2uth dav of September, A. D. 1905.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE-  To I .iiup B. S Stanhope or to any person or  persons to whom he may  have transferred  his interest in   the "Prince of Wales" and  "Princess Louise"  minera!  claims, situate  iu   West  Copper camp,   in  the  Greenwood  Mining Division of Vale District.  You    are hereby   notified    that    I   have expended the sum  of 5237.65  in   assessment work  on the above claims, such  work being required  and necessary to hold' His  said claims  forthe  years ending the Itltli day.of July, 1905, and the  13t;t day of Aii.ust.  190.3.  respectively,  under  the provisions of the Mineral Act  and amending acts, and if at the expiration of ninety davs  from the date of tlie  first publication  of this  notice in 'he Boundary Creek  Times, von   fail  or refuse to  contribute  \ our portion  of such  expenditure,  namely. $42.94. together with all  costs   of   advertising,   your   interest   iu    said  mineral  claims siuill become   vested   iu   rne.  yonn'co-owner,!!pon my tili ng in the proper office  in that behalf the affidavit required by .lection  4of the Mineral Act Amendment Act.'1900.  Dated this l.tli dav of October. 1905.  ROBERT LEE.  THE WELL KNOWN  of Vancouver, B. C.  will be at  Studio 0pp. Windsor Hotel, Greenwood  DEC. 1st, FOR ABOUT TEN DAYS.  This will be your only opportunity, for some time to  obtain first-class photographic work, as the visits to this  city of artists of Mr. Trueman's standing are very rare. Mr.  Trueman's work is too well known to the people of the city  to require any special mention.  Remember the dates���Dec. 1st���ten days.  J  Before buying Iyots see me  for. prices  LANIE  C. -P. R. Land Asrent  ������=-7  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ��5��R   |^1��TEL  ��� ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated, Lighted throughout with electric lights.  We offer special inducements to travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms iu the city.    Our  bar  excells  all others.  ���<��>*>2'*��i*'��j-*>'^^^^  b> .   .  <*    _a _sr__ _*������ . %  THE BARN WHERE IS KEPT  THE BEST OF DRIVERS AND  RIGS  AS  WELL  AS  SADDLE  AND PACK HORSES ARE ALWAYS  AT  YOUR   DISPOSAL.  1 Our Hay, Grain is Feed Store  Can supply you wants in all kinds of  Chopped Feed, Hay or Grain   :    :  Livery Phone 19. Feed Store Phone 124  GEO. H. CROPLEY,     -   Proprietor, !  ���i��>��I*��M'*<<*'<��jMj-��^^^  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  x  x  X  JAMES   BUCHANAN   &.  CO'S  pecial  Scotch Whiskey  Pronounced by Royal Commission  ABSOLUTELY   PURE  The  "Buchanan" Blend and  "Black and White"  as supplied to  THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.  Greenwood Liquor Co  GREENWOOD, B. C. ti  IS  COUGHLAN-HENDERSON.  Mr. Chris, Coiighlan of Greenwood,  but lately a resident of this city, and  Miss Eva Henderson of Grand Forks  were married at the home of Mayor  and Mrs. Jeffery Hamniar in this city  at 10:30 Wednesday morning-, Rev.  E. Manuel performing- the ceremony.  Only a few relatives and intimate  friends of the contracting- parties were  present. John'Henderson, a brother  of the bride", acted as best man.  The groom is a promising young  man and has been a resident of British  Columbia for about ten years, having  been employed by P. Burns & Co.  nearly all of that time. At present he  holds a responsible position-with that  firm in Greenwood. In this city, where  lived for about three years, his friends  are only limited by the number of his  acquaintances.  The bride is a daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. J. B. Henderson of this city, and  is an estimable young* lady, being  very popular with a large circle of  friends.  The young people were the recipients of numerous costly and beautiful  presents.  Mr. and Mrs. Coughlan left on the  afternoon train for their future home  in Greenwood. The popularity of the  couple in this city is attested by the  factthatthe platform of the C. P. R.  station was thronged with their friends  who had gathered, to congratulate  them and to wish them a happy and  prosperous married life. They boarded  the train amidst a shower of rice.���  Grand Forks Sun.  The Times joins Mr. Coughlan's  many Greenwood friends in extending  congratulations.'  Observation Buffet Library Compartment Cars.   ���  These cars are the first of their kind  .to be used. ori transcontinental railways. They arc the embodiment of  comfort' and convenience and typify  the heightl* of inventive genius in car  building. In the construction of the  ' cars the purpose in view has been to  furnish the traveling public.with every  comfort and,luxury which.they could  secure at; a firit-class hotei or at their  club. Ease, elegance and excellence is  the combination sought in the buildings of these cars. ��� Tlie' observation  : rooms are finished in vermillion wood  and the chairs arc*upholstered in green  leather, tlie remainder of the furnishings being in harmony with the general  color scheme. The casd room is  finished in English oak with green  leather seat coverings. The four state  rooms, which are unusually roomy, are  finished in mahogany, coco, vermillion  and tonquin, while the furnishings are  olive, reddish rose, green aad maroon  plush, in the order named. Thedraw-  ing\room is finished in mahogany atid  all .furnishings are golden brown  plush. -e"-  The rear half of these cars is devoted  tothe observation' room, handsomely  furnished with easy chairs, writing  desks, etc. Wide plate glass windows  afford an unobstructed view of the  surrounding country. Those who en-  =^joy-being-iu-the-opeu-air.,wi!Liind-Com_  fortable seats on 'the protected roar,  platform.  Current periodicals, a branch of the  Booklovers' library and the latest  newspapers obtainable at starting-  point and en route are provided in  these cars. This car also contains a  spacious card room with a well stocked  buffet, nicely furnished and pleasingh-  arranged for the comfort and convenience ef the passenger.  . Luxurious in appointment, well nigh  perfect in mechanical construction,  complete iu every detail from head-  ligth to rear end lantern, there is nothing left to be desired. The operating  force will at once appeal io the passenger, for the selection ot the attaches from conductor to Porter is  made with a view to their adaptability.  The placing in service of "The Oriental Limited" has been done witli a  view not only to retain travel but to  create it. That this end is accomplished  is aa assured fact to anyone whose  pleasure it is to make a journey across  the continent on America's most com  fortable overland train.  cillors at Malacca  and   Penang  The  ports of the colony are all free. The  shipping amounts yearly to 15,000,000  tons.  Stalacites and- stalagmites are deposits of limei the former hanging  from the roof,, the latter rising from  the floor of a cavern. Stalactitic formations occur mainly in long fantastic  masses suspended from the roofs of  caves in limestone rocks. Stalactites  appear to be continually forming,  water carrying carbonate of lime held  in solution by carbonic acid, trickling  through crevicer in the roofs of the  caverns, gradually during its exposure  to the air loses its carbonic acid and in  consequence deposits its carbonate of  lime, the water passing over the. portion first deposited, gradually adds to  it. and linally gives the carbonate of  lime its long length and stalactitic appearance. The flatter deposits, called  stalagmites, formed on the floor of the  caverns by the water there depositing  that portion of the carbonate of lime  which is not separated during the for-'  mation of the stalactite.  Spiegeleisen is a kind of cast iron  made from specular iron ore, or hematite, containing a large percentage of  carbon and manganese. Being remarkably free from impurities, as  phosphorus, sulphur, silica, it is  largely used in the Bessemer process  of eteel-making for the purpose of rein traducing carbon.  Properly constructed feed water  heaters will save from 10 to 15 pet-  cent, of fuel.  The Straits Settlements are famous  the world over for their yield of tin.  They are in East India, a. British  colony comprising several isolated  possessions on and adjacent to the  Malay peninsula and bounded by the  Federated Malay states. These possessions are the 0 island of Singapore,  the port and territory of Malacca and  the island of Peuang, together with  Province Wellesley and tlid I. hidings.  The total area of the colony is l,2s6  square miles and a eop^lation of 575,-  000, the greater portion being Chinese  and Malays. The colony is admin -  i tered by a" governor at Singapore  under whom are British resident coun-  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy. This is the most  successful medicine in the world for  bowel complaints, and is the only-  remedy that will cure chronic diar  rhoea. Every bottle is warranted,  For sale by all rtiggists.  NOTICE*  Application for Transfer, of Liquor  License.  NoXicE is hereby giyenthati thirty  days after date I intend to apply to the'  Board of License Commissioners for  the City of Greenwood for .'a--transfer  of the license for the sale of intoxicating liquors held by me in respect of  the Arlington hotel, Copper street,  situate on Lot 22 in Block 7. Map 21.  Greenwood, B. C, to Alexander. Greig.  Dated November 14th,' 1905.  11-14 - E. Simpson.  \  ."-tO**'  J)    IE  You may think you are making money by sending to an  eastern firm for your clothing.  We think we can convince you that it  is DOWNRIGHT  ECONOMY to buy at home,  Our prices, the quality of the goods, workmanship, every/*  thing  that goes to make good clothes at reasonable prices  we can show you,  Gome in and see our stock and talk the matter over,  Our.--Cleaning- and Repairing Department Does  tfee kind of work you want  CHANT TAILOR,        j  ;Sj7; Copper St.,Greenwood. Next door to C. P. R. Telegra �� 0ffice     5E  MINERAL ACT.  TAKE  Frei  Certificate of Improvements.  ���NOTICE.  May   I'-'lower,   Fractional"    Mineral   Claim,  .situate in the Greenwood  Mining- Division  of Yale District.   Where  located: Skylark  camp.  AK'E NOTICE that I,. Charles II. Tve.  ee Miner's Certilicate No. " B91f.9!",  actiiifr as ajrent for self and as a^ent  for Duncan Mcintosh, l'ree Miner's Certilicate No. K91.49S, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to.-apply to the Miuinyr  Recorder' for Certificates of .Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining-a Crown Grant of  the above claim.        .  And  further take  notice that action, under  section   37.   must  be   commenced   before the  issuance of such Co.i'li'icales of   Improvements.  Dated this 10th dav of November, , A. 1). 1.05.  ���CHA1.L1SS-H, TYE.  Make tlie lazy whiter nig-hts  a dream of pleasure and life  worth living.  SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED  The 0 J C New &  2nd Hand Store  a. i��. white;  Phone 16.  )  u ��� _, ������ iiuhi'i ��� i/-rf/iM^  Cook's .Gottefl Root Compound.  ____ Ths only sai'oei. ,'rtunl monthly  r���TOsJ^S^^N medicine on which women can  _t_��*"f=i5��^'i�� depend. Sold in two deirws of  ^_k&Si?^��r str^nt'th��� Xo. 1, lor  ont'  unary  cases,-Slpt-Tbox: _Jo. 2. 30 ds-  crflCB  stronger  for  S  The Cook Medicine Cc,  prflCB stronger lor special  _nst>s, ?3 per l.os. Sold liy oil  drvfinixts. Ask for Cook's Cotton Root Compound; take v_o  substitute.  "���j*". ndsor, Ontario.  Synopsis of Reg-iilations Governing t s Dis-  - posai of Dominion Lands within t e  ��� Railway Belt In the Province  British Columbia.  A LICENSE to .cut timber.can be  acquired only at public competition.  A rental of $5 per square mile is charged  for all timber berths excepting! those  situated West of Yale, for which the  rental is at the rate of 5 cents per acre  per annum.  In addition to the rental, dues at the  following* rates are charged:���  "Sawn lumber, 50 cents per thousand  feetB. M.  Railway   ties,   eight  and  nine feet  long, lyi and \)i cents each.  Shingle bolts, 25 cents a cord.   .  All other products, 5 per cent on sales  A license is issued as soon as a berth  is granted bnt in   utisurveyed territory;  no timber can be cut on   a  berth  until  the licensee'lias made a survey thereof.  Permits to cut timber are also .granted at public competition, except  in the  case of actual settlers, who require the  timber for their own use.  Settlers and others may also obtain  permits to cut up to 100 cords of wood  for sale without competition.  The dues payable under a permit are  51.50 . per-thousand feet B. M., for  s_qiiarje7:imber^a_^  wood except oak; from ,!_ to 1J_ cents  per lineal foot for building logs; from  12J_ to 25 cents per cord for wood; 1  cent for fence posts; 3 cents for railway-ties; and 50 cents per cord ou  shingle bolts.  Leases for grazing purposes sre issued for a term of twenty-one years  at a rental of two cents per acre per  anntim, . .  Coal lands may be purchased at S10  per acre for soft coal and S20 fcr-an-  thrac.ite. Not more than 320 acres  may be acquired by one individual or  company.  Royalty at the rate of 10 cents per  ton of 2,000 pounds is collected on the  gross output.  Entries for land for agricultural purposes map be made personally at the  local land ofiice for the district in  which the laud to be taken i.*> .situated,  or if the homesteader desires, he may,  on application to the Minister of the  Interior at Ottawa, tlie Commissioner  of Immigration at Winnipeg, or the  local agent for tlie District, within  which the land is situated, receive an  thority for some one lo make entry for  him.'  A fee of S10 is charged for a homestead entry.  A settler who has received an entry  for a homestead is reduired to perform  the conditions connected therewith  under one of the following plans:  (I) At least six months'residence 011  nnd cultivation of the- land in each  year during the term of three years.  It is the practice of the Department  to require a settler to bring 15 acres  under cultivation, but if he prefers he  j may substitute stock; and 20 head of  1 cattle, to be actually his own property,  "i with buildings for their aeeommoda-  ' tion will be accepted instead of tlie cul-  j ti'vatioti.  j (2) If the father tor mother, it" the  j father is deceased) or any person who  ; is eligible to make a ho.ies-eod entry  ; under the provisions Df the Act. re-  i sides upon a farm in the vicinity of  the laud t-ntered for by siii-h person as  i a homestead, ihe requirements of the  Act as to residence prior to obtaining  ; patent may bo satisfied by such person  i residing with the father or mother.  I (3) If the settler has his permanent  residence upon farming land owned by  him in the vicinity of his homestead,  the requirements of the act as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Application for a patent should be  made at the end of three years before  the local agent, sub-agent or a homestead inspector.  Before making an application for a  patent, the settler must give six  months' notice in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his intention to do so.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the  Interior.'  Ot  RAILWAY.  The only all rail route between points east  west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks ami'Republic.  Lkave  9:45 a. m.  11:05a. m.  9:20 a. rn.  11:30 a. m.  10:00 a. m.  7:00 a. tn.  Spokane  * Rossland  Nelson  Grand Forks  Phoenix  Republic  Akrivk  6:20 p. m.  5:15 p. m.  8:45 p. ni.  4:25 p. ra  6:00 p, m.  6:30 p. m.  Buffet cars run between Spokane aud Nortliport  Effective March 5th, 1905  In Connection With  FLOYD & COX. Proprietors  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  JielisLere&J^  of th*�� city.  Maple Leaf  Footwear  l Maple Leaf Rubbers are  made from Pure Para Rubber,   over   all   styles   and  I  sixes of footform lasts.  They  s  LOOK WELL  FEEL WELL  WEAR WELL  Are stj-lish neat  and durr.ble . . .  For sale bv all good shoe  jl   dealers.  .1, LECKIE CO., LTD.  VANCOUVER. B. C.  Si-;r.i.ixi-, Acknts.  GREAT  NORTHERN  RAILWAY  TICKETS All To POINTS  SHORT LINE TO  ST. PAUL, DULUTH, M NNEA-  POLIS, CHICAGO and ALT. POINTS  EAST. SEATTLE, TACOM~. VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all ��ACIFIC  COAST POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining   and   Buffet  Smoking Library  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  For rates, folders and full information regarding trip's, call on or address a agent of the S. F. & N. Railway, or  H. A. Jacksox,  G. _. & p. A.,  Spokane  Wash.  H. Bt-ANnT,  C. P. & T. A.,  7sl W Riverside Ave  Spokane, Wash  ill  Oueen's Hotel  Dining Room  -"���a_a____t_ai��__iis��____as_M��B��_;aKak_RX-_M_i  Our aim is to suit the most  fastidious.    On   the table  will be found all the <le-  licies of the season.  A new cook  having*  taken  charge of the culluiery department    your    wants  will cheerfully be given  the utmost attention.  Special Rates to Steady Boarders and Roomers.  H BOUNDARY GREEK   TIMES.  ^uiiuuttttuiium^^  S  __�� make a very en-  ^2 joy able gift for  3    the  little people.  that the best time to buy  your   CHRISTMAS PERFUMES is not  the dav before Christmas but  ���OR���  Folding Pocket  For the Big People.  when the Christmas stock 4ias just been opened up   and  3rou   get  first choice  BARGAINS    |  in i  Chatelain I  AT  WHITE  DI  SPENSING CHEMISTS  OPTICIANS  TAKE  Compare Prices and    ���������*;  quality 5=  ^mmtwwmwm���^  %  BOUNDARY   VALLEY    LODGE  No. 38.1. 0.0. F.  Meets every   Tuesdav  Evening at SOO In  tlie  I. 0. O. 1*. Hall.     A cordial nivi union is ex  tended to all sojourning bre'.liern.  J. McCkbatii Fred B. Holmes.  N. G, Rec.-Sec  Boundary Creek Times  "Issued Gwcry ?ridav3  Doncan Ross Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pun Ykak    2 00  '": Six Months *���  1 2'  To Foreign Countries 2 50  FRIDAY   NOVEMBER 17. 1<)0S.  REAL, ANARCHISTS.  In another column we publish the  the opinion of the Toronto Globe in  reference to recent scenes of disorder  on the V., V. & E. grade west of Midway. With the conclusions of the  Globe, those who believe in the maintenance of law and order in this province must entirely agree. Unfortunately there is every evidence of an alliance between the Canadian Pacific  R.ilway company and the McBride  government, and consequently the C.  P. R. can use every effort to establish  a state of  anarchy  in  this   province  without any interference on the part of  the McBride government. The attorney-general is away to England to attend to some appeal cases before the  privy council. Were he not so desirous  of enjoying a holiday trip, his clients-  interests would be better served if a  good lawyer were sent over to England or one engaged there. In the  meantime the Canadian Pacific railway can hire a mob.and order them to  attack the employees of another company who are engaged in the peaceful  occupation of constructing a railway.  It is interesting to watch with what  vigor the C. P. R. officials wave the  "old flag" when there is some monopoly  to perpetuate or some new graft to ex  ploit, and then to note how easily they  can insult that flag and all it represents when they endeavor by the use  of a mob to secure some advantage  over a competing railway company  that they could not secure by process  of law. The president of the Canadian  Pacific Railway company is a belted  knight, one who by reason of the fact  that his sovereign has been pleased to  single him out as one of the most dis  tinguished subjects, is not without  some warrant wher. he calls upon '.he  faithful to protect the 'big and incidentally Canadian Pacific Railway  monopoly in the West. Hut if Sir,  Thomas Shaugnessy is responsible for  the mob ; if these men were hired with  his knowledge aud consent to attack  the laborers oi an opposing railwaj- ;  if he had attempted by violence, by the  use of force to secure an advantage  that his company could not secure  from the courts of the land, then he is  as much of an- anarchist as the man  who throws the bomb. He cannot  escape responsibility by reason of the  fact that he is a knight and the president of a powerful railway corporation.  . With the legal aspects of the case we  have nothing to do. The Canadian  Pacific-Railway company has now  done what should have been done before the province was disgraced by actions of its officials in inciting a mob.  It has applied to the courts for an injunction restraining the V., V. & E.  from continuing in possession of the  southwesterly portion of lot2703, which  was granted by the crown on October  16. Mr. Justice Irving granted the injunction for 14 days with liberty to  move to set aside on on one day's notice  The date lines on the Vancouver  Province and:the Victoria Colonist are  almost as erratic as the editorial utterances of those two worthy journals.  For some time we patiently read newspapers, each edition of which paraded  almost every day of the week, but the  limit was reached when a Colonist  came with Daily, Thursday, Nov. 9th,  on the outside, semi-weekly, Friday,  Nov. 10th, ou another page, and the  balance of the date lines declared that  that particular issue was for Novem-  ber, no day or date given. This happy-  go-lucky method of dating a newspaper  would naturally lead to the conclusion  that the news published is equally  fresh any day of the month.  ^"THK^sweepin^victbry'dfthe'Eiberals  in Alberta was anticipated. The people of the Northwest are a .sensible lot  and they did not want to blight the  future of their young province by allowing a lot of agitators to get contro  of the government. Then, too, Windjammer Bennett was leading the Conservative forces and that was an> important factor in making the victory  for the Liberals such a decisive one.  The result in Saskatchewan is likely  to prove equally favorable for the  Liberals.  Tun Okanagan, of Vernon, B. C,  comes this week iu enlarged form, J.  Kennedy, fomerly of the Columbian,  is the editor. The Okanagan is a newsy  newspaper. In politics it will be  Liberal.  A. Ii. McNeill. K. C, of Rossland,  who is solicitor for the V.; V. & E,  arrived on Saturday last and appeared  for the company at the court on Monday, when Fred McLaine, land agent  of the C. P. R, appeared before G  Arthur Rendell, J. P. As the warrant  for McLaine's arrest was defective,  Mr. McNeill withdrew the charge,  The V., V. & E. changed their tactics  on Saturday. It was impossible to  continue work on the particular section  claimed by the C. P. R. without using  force to drive *he C. P..R. men off the  ground, and as the officials of the company wanted to avoid bloodshed, extreme measures were -not taken. The  400 or 500 men were transferred to another point and put to work The C.  P. R. men, about 300 strong, are still  guarding the right of way. Sheriff  Wood   of   Kamloops   arrived   on   the  scene of trouble Saturday to discover  that piece of land the possession of  which the court has decided upon was  not the scene of the present trouble,  and that in any event the southern  portion of Yale, county is not within  his jurisdiction. In all probability the  lawyers will eventually succeed in discovering where they are at and have  the matter adjudicated upon by the  supreme court.  immsmmmmmim^  Sunstone, or aventuriue feldspar,  and shows a smooth surface, a beautiful, golden, glistening effect. This  effect is due to the reflection of light  from the surfaces of vast numbers et  minute, tabular crystals of hematite,  or goethite, enclosed in the spar in  parallel position. With a magnifying  glass these minute crystals show most  gorgeous iridescence. Sunstone is  used to some extent in jewelry, but  more so in ornamental objects. It is  rather a rare minera1 and when iu line  specimens it commands a fair value  from minetal dealers or collectors.  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  *.��  *_9  *-_  *_!"  fc-9  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.  .$10,000,000,  President.   Lord Strathcona and Mobnt Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. Gkorgk A. Drummond.  General Manager:   E. S  Clouston.  Branches in London,Eng. \��&��*\?A^L\ New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers'Credits, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  *=_  ���*���=_  ��=f*  ���*=-9  wmMMmmMmmmmMmmMmMWM  H ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tytytytytytytytytytytytytytyg  ty   ���'��������� �����*-     '''_____...______"���_____ ,. ty  Leckie Boots  Defy the  Roughest Usage  They are the staunch friend of  the logger, prospector and miner  and the arch enemy of the customs shoemaker-  LECKIE BOOTS can be relied upon to stand the, severest  strain that shoe-leather is ever  put to. They never go back on  a'prospectoror-niiner-'when-far-  from the busy haunts of men.  How much LECKIE BOOTS  will save you, we cannot say; we  do know, however, that they will  wear twice as long as some  boots and a great deal longer  than most boots.  Ask for Leckie Boots; your  dealer has them, or can secure  them for you.  MANUFACTURFE BY  VANCOUVER.^ B.   C.  ;zjL,"__---f-,-v-*-.-^  (T  V  They Look  Well  and our patrons are  delighted      with      rooms  papered with our  Choice Decorative  Styles  Always Pleasca to Show Them  COLES & FRITH  Booksellers,   Stationers,   Wall  Paper Dealers, Etc., Etc. Etc.  T^  J  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  COMFORTABLE -7-ROOfflED HOUSE t  On Kimberley Avenue  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ffitytytytytytytytyty tyty tytytytyty tyty ty ty ty tyty ty V  ^ Apply to GEO. R. NADEN, Mgr..  ty  ty  of Commerce  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ��  B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD,'Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :  $5 and under.     3 cents  Over  $5 and not exceeding $10 *  6 cents  "    $10       ��' " $30   10 cents  "    $30        " " $50    15 cents  These Orders are Payable at I'ar at :my nlli*.**.*  in Canada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking* points in tlie United States.  Ni-.r.ori.u!i.r. at a rixiiii rah: at  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMUUCi:, LONDON. ENG.  They form an excellent ip-Miim! of roniiitin^ small buhls of money  with safeiv -ind at'snsall cost.  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed on deposits from SI upwards at current rates.  Greenwood Branch   -   -   -    -  W. ALLISON, Manager.  <��x*><��<--*:��XK"t----*>--j'^  -jii  X  DEALERS IN  I FCRNITUR  CARPETS.  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  ���J"    COPPER.'STREET,  GREEN woon.   ��  .'���^'���������������'���^^���������-S****-^^^ a__s_______a  if>.  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  KIMiorn  Beer fi i  Has been a favorite  from it birth, as is  evidenced by is popularity in.'all the towns  " of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading  Hotels either draught or  Insist or having:  ti  ELKHORN'  MADE BY THE  "P>  BA*rA*fA^**\r'\t'l.'"\*r'\r'*\Afr*\J-**\f'*\* **i  HALL SET  These handy little Brush Sets for  Hall Service are  extremely ��� useful  and inexpensive.  They come in mahogany and ebony  finish, plated fittings, $2.00 and  $4.00 a Set.  BATH TIDIES  We are reminded of another helpful  article for Bath Room in the shape of  a Lavatory Mirror with drawer for  brushes and rail for towel. Size, mirror plate, 14 x 10, finished mahogany,  price only $4.00 each. Our catalogue  contains cuts of many such novelties.  Have you a copy ?  ^03SSl%  ooooooooooooooooooooooo^oo  H. BUNTING'  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  , Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED*  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  <H300000<*KX)<><>CK>CKK><>C>0<>0<>0<><>  CAL.LWP A 86  STAR ^BAKERY  Where there is always on hand a good  supply of  HOME MADE BREAD,  CAKES, BUNS, Etc.  Fresh Stock of Groceries always kept  Phone us your order.  BARTENDERS���You can get neatly  printed cards with the following on  ihem: "Tom and Jerry" ' Fresh  Buttermilk", "Hot Whiskies", "E"gg-  nsg" Ect., which are business bnntrers  for the bar, the same to be had at 35c  a piece at the Times Job Dept.  ^^����.tK��t4��<��^^<l-��(tKJ9f^��l'<t-^-K<i�� .,.i*ftftftft��ftftftftftftftftftftft*ft��ftftft��ftftftftftft��  ft if  I Scissors and Paste I  ft       ���--...   .. if  Under the leadership of Capta'n  Hackett of Vancouver another expedition is being organized to go to Cocos  island in search of the much sought  after treasure which Bucaneer Morgan  and his pirate , gang are said to have  hidden away there many years ago,  says the Province. Vancouver and  Seattle people are primarilj- interested  in the venture, although some Victoria  capital is also involved. * Captain  Hackett has been at the island before,  having lead an expedition there some  years ago. which narrowly avoided a  serious clash with a rival party of  treasure seekers led by a tit'ed Eng-  lifhman.- Captain Hackett claims to  have the only original map showing  the location of the treasure. He ascribes the failure experienced on previous expeditions as due to the fact  that proper allowance was not made  for topographical changes in the  island caused by . numerous excavations and blasts which have been put  tn by previous treasure-huntins parties. A seagoing schooner has already  bsen purchased in Seattle for the expedition, and is now being fitted up in  the Sound city. The date for the start  has not yet been fixed, but it is announced that the party will go well  equipped in the search for the pirate's  gold;  A new day is opening for the Okanagan valley. Handicapped in the  past by poor transportation the richness and attractions of the valley are  attracting to it branches of the greatest railway systems on the contineni.  The C. P. R. is building in from the  north, west and south, and will shortly  have a network of roaas in the valley.  The Midway and Vernon railway is  being pushed from Midway to Vernon,  and it is safe to say vvill not end here,  but will extend its feeders from Vernon as a center. The Great Northern  railway is building through to the  coast and will tap both the Okanagan  and Similkameen valleys. Then there  is no finer navigable sheet of water in  the province than the Okanagan lake,  which will ere longJ.be studded with  pretty homesteads and orchards on  both its eastern and western shores.  The subdivision of the large estates  ,with their necessarily limited population, has been a detriment to the district in the past. Now that it pays the  owners better to sell these lands than  hold them, an opening is afforded for  close settlement which will make this  vailey one of the most densely populated parts at" Canada. When it is  considered that one acre of land in the  Okanagan valley will raise as much as  ten acres to a hundred acres on the  prairie, the possibilities of this section  become manifest.���Vernon Okanagan.  be   opened by  the  strong Advance.  new   road.���Arm-  Johiv Hamill returned on Saturday  from his trip to the lower end of Okanagan and the Boundary country. In  the latter country he is quite extensively interesed in real estate and in  TSi i n i n'g^p rope r t iesTal l"of' w h i c tr w e a re  glad to note promise to become valuable properties. The construction of  the Midway and Vernon railway will  add largely to the value of his interests  in the Boundary. Ten miles of the  road grade is now completed, and some  200 men are engaged in pushing the  the work as rapidly as possible. It is  expected that all the preliminary surveys vvill be made'and the plans of the  road completed before the end of the  present year, so that in the spring  there will be no delay to the prosecution of the actual work of getting the  grade ready for the steel. Mr. Hamill  made the trip on horseback, thus securing a good view of the country,  and is able to give much interesting  information concerning the country to  Hon. A. B. Aylesworth, in one of his  addresses to the electors of North  York, promises to carry on to the utmost of his ability the plans and policy  inaugurated by his predecessor, Sir  William Mulock. The declaration by  Mr. Aylesworth may be accepted as an  undertaking to prosecute the movement  looking to the nationalization of telegraphs and telephones. Sir William  Mulock encouraged the belief that he  favored the government acquisition of  commercial telegraph lines and long  distance telephones, He was accordtd  hearty support by the Liberal press all  over the country and it would be most  unfortunate if his retirement from the  cabinet should mean the withdrawal of  these important questions from the immediate consideration of parliament.  Mr. Aylesworth cannot identify himself with any live political issue of  greater moment than the nationalization of tbe telegraphs.���Nelson News.  Notwithstanding the opposition  which there is in certain quarters to  the readjustment of financial relations  as between the provinces and the Dominion, the forthcoming conference in  Ottawa is likely to result in the demands of the .various provincial governments being granted. Sir Wilfrid's  attitude on the general question is undoubtedly favorable. So, much was  foreshadowed during the recent session of parliament. It may be taken  for granted that some measure of concession will be obtained. If good reason for this did not exist before, it  exists now in the terms which have  been granted to the new provinces, for  which, apparently, if we are to judge  by the elections in Alberta, their people are duly thankful.���Colonist.  Hon. A. B. Aylesworth, in his North  York campaign, announces as part of  his policy the,abolition of the pension  legislation passed last session, and it  is understood this will be part of the  government programme next session.  We are glad tb see this course being  adopted. What have the Tuppers and  other ex-ministers done to entitle them  to pensions ? Some of these ministers  included in the pension list led a notorious career of graft. The legisla  tiDn was ill-considered and was con  trary to what the Eiberal pa-ity has demanded of its representatives as the  watchdogs of the public treasury. A  repeal of the legislation will be heartily  endorsed, and will remove a cause of  dissatisfaction existing throughout the  Liberal party.���Kootenay Mail.  S. BARRY YUILL  The province of British Columbia  will be in lasting disgrace if the dispute between the Canadian Pacific and  the Victoria, Vancouver and Eastern  railway companies over a crossing results in bloodshed. The provincial  authorities have power to enforce the  Jaw juid^keep the peace, even when  great railway corporations have each  other by the throat, and if they refuse  or neglect to exercise the powers with  which they are invested they are unfit  for their positions. The rights of the  companies respectively must'be determined finally by the courts or the  railway commission, and the sooner  they are seized of the issue the better.  There is no right of private warfare in  Canada.���Toronto Globe.  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER      AND  JEWELLER.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD  The first cargo of matte produced in  Alaska was shipped to the Tacoma  smelter a few weeks ago by J. Cuthbert Welch, at Coppermount, Prince of  Wales island, Southeast Alaska. The  shipment consisted uf about 170 tons.  More development work, preparatory  to ore production on a commercial  basis, has been done this year in the  Ketchikan district (which .includes  Prince of Wales island) than ever before. As the district gives promise of  proving productive to a considerable  extent, the beginning made as above-  mentioned is worthy of record and .may  later be regarded as an interesting historical fact���B. C. Mining Record.  T. W. Fletcher ot Armstrong reports that during the month of October he shipped thirty cars of produce  and fruit from Vernon.��� Armstrong  Advance.  Fibrous talc, when ground, is used  considerably in the manufacture of  paper. When ground the fibres canse  the retention of the flour talc in the  paper, imparting strength and weight  to it.  THE�����  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  \tytytytytytytytytytytyty��tytytytytytytytytytytyty%  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  I_irv"UTED.  IDlectric   current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee   of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  In  the   art  of  meat  cutting  is  what all butchers  should possess to ensure their customers of getting  just what they ask for.  This knowledge we possess, that's wiry  THE UNION MEAT MARKET  is so popular.  All kinds of FRESH VEGETABLES kept in big- pans  especially prepared in which from a fountain pure Lynn  Creek water is constantly sprayed over them,  keeping- them  fresh and clean.  ti P. FLOOD,     Prop.  ttftftftftttftft&tttfftttftfttfttftftftftftftttftftftttftftftftftaftftftftftftftaftftftftftanftftftft  ft ft  * ft  if The best ft  -�� _____ - ___-__. ��  roducer  KNOWN  a  ft  ft  if  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  it  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  Sift  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  o*-*ftOft����ftftft*����������ftftft����*ft��o*ftftftOftOft����������*ft����ft��ft  GREEN_BONES, CUT FRESH  THREE TIMES PER WEEK  AT p  s&co  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  o  ��  a  ft  ��  a  a  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ftft  ��ftftftftv^ft��ftftftftftftftftftftftft#��ft��Oftftft#��#��ftft#ftft *  ��  sor  ft $ �� ft ft ��* & *, a a ��<-��    o  .^--_^__���^^___=ft=  ft  ��  o  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  e  ft  ft  ��  ��  ft  *tt9ttftft*��ftftftftft����ftftttft*&ftfte��#ftftftftftft��ftftttft  TirsKlass lUeals Served  Sliabt and Day,  Harry Coutts,  Proprietor  ��  ��  ��  o  a  V*.-A.*-  S3*"  m  I*"w_  _V.'M't:*'l_*VSa'*W'-:'W*a_g2C^_^'r_  Mountain View  H��tel.  SITUATED AT SIDLEY, B. C.  K*i_  m   vsre.   ������ ������   '��d_ On the direct travel between..  *s  w  5y_V_  MIDWAY, ROCK CREEK, OSOYOOS, FAIR-  VIEW, KEREMEOS and HEDLEY. B. C  ^ Rigs and Saddle Horses can be supplied at  short  notice.  '<-.*_  ���ash  ''Mi  French cha'k, the kind used as  crayons ny tailor., is a fine granular  variety of talc. It is only found in  France.  IM Travellers will find   this  the  best  aud   shortest  Wi route   from   Greenwood  to the Similkameen   ana  Okanagan Valley,  a*. HUNTERS   INTERRUPTED. !withinan-va" en,ijire' }iai there ure  Pleasure Party from the Other Side j  Lose Pack Horse at Molson.       j  Harry Madden of Greenwood, Shef- '  man Haynes of Midway, and "Kid"  Henderson of Greenwood, three prominent young meu from across the international -boundary line, were visitors in Molson Thursday of last week,  aiid thereby hangs a tale. The young  men came over on horseback,' carrying their baggage, consisting of a  camping outfit, on a pack horse. They  went home on ��� horseback, but their  bag-gage went by stage. To make a  long story shori, their pack horse was-  taken away from them here by J. H.  McDonald, pur worthy justice, of the  peace, not in hie official capacity, however, but*because the horse belonged  to him and he succeeded in convincing  the trio that such 'was the case. The  incidents pertaining to and .leading  up to the episode were as follows: ���    ')���'.  The young men in question had  planned a hunting trip on this side of  the line. They secured saddle horses  and then went to a Mr. Ellis, a prominent rancher on the British side, for  a pack horse. He told them to go into  his corral and pick out one, which they  did. When thev arrived at Molson  Mr. McDonald recognized the horse as  one that had been gone for some time.  It had strayed across the line and associated itself with Mr. Ellis' horses,  and the boys, ignorant of what they  were doing, had brought the estray  home. Mr. McDonald claimed the  animal and put rather an abrupt ter-  ininatioii to the hunting trip, but when  the reality of the situation dawned  upon the trio from across the line, they  were happy in the thought that they  were <l oing home and not to the Olcono-  gan county seat.���Molson Independent.  new worlds with no great romance or  traged or traged-in their history. I  have often said that to my seeming  the Kettle river country has +he loveliest sylvan and river scenery in the  world .. It is not like tliat of any other  no more than is Christina lake like  Loch Lomond or Killarney. There  are no ivied ruins, nor ancient castles,  nor venerable abbeys along the banks  of the Kettle river, but in its waters  are reflected cedars that were ancient  when Tancred filled the world with the  renown of his chivalry.  .. Indeed it is but now that this lovely  laud is awakening from its sleep of  ages. It was sleeping* all through the  centuries when Moor and Goth were  contending with the Celt and Slav for  the supremacy of the old world. It  was sleeping during all the long een-  turies that the children of men have  struggled and fought and died and  bledr to.i end tyranny and wrong and  give equal opportunity to all men to be  free and happy and to eujoy the fruits  of God's beautiful world. There is  something mysterious in the beauty  and wealth of riches of this country  being hidden throughout all these  centuries that man has troubled the  earth with his presence.  P. A. . VFarrism,.  SCENIC RAILROAD.  Iu the manufacture of batbed wire  four coils of wire carried on reels are  placed back of the barb machine,    The  wire from two spools serves to form  the strands and the wire from the  other two spools is used for the barb.  The two strand wires which are heavier  than the others are led between a pair  of friction wheels and drawn to proper  tension. They are then met by the  two other strands, which are led in  transversely one on eilher side. At  stated intervals of a few inches, according to the spacing of the barbs, a  pair of revolving finfiers catch the two  barb wires and give them a twist  around one of the strand wires and at  .the conclusion of the twist two pairs  of shears cut the barbs diagonally,  giving them the desired sharp points.  The two wires pass next dowewardly  around an idler and then horizontally  into a combined winding and twisting-  frame. The frame itself revolves on  a horizontal axis parallel with the machine and serves by its revolution to  twist the two strands.  The.absence of all narcotics makes  his remedy the safest and best that  can be had; and it is with a feeling of  security that any mother can give it to  her little ones. Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy is especially recommended by  its makers for coughs, colds, croup  aud whooping cough. When taken in  time it prevents pneumonia. This  remedy is  for sale  by  all  druggists.  No  Poison   in   Chamberlain's Cou_1t  Remedy  From Napier New Zealand, Herald  two years ago the Pharmacy Board of  New South Wales, Australia, had an  analysis made of all the cough medicines that were sold in that market.  Out of the entire list they found only  one that they declared was entirely  free from all poisons. This except'on  was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,  made by the Chamberlain Medicine  Company,  Des Moines,   Iowa,U. S. A.  If Shiloh's Consumption Cure fails to cure  your Cold or Cough, you get back all you  paid for it.    You arc sure of a  Cure or  thu Cash.  If it wasn't a sure cure, this offer would  not be made.  Can anything be fairer ?  If you have a Cold, Cough, or any disease  of the Throat, L.ungs or Air Passages, try  3'3  25c. per bottle.     All dealers guarantee it.  NOTICE.  Application for Transfer of Liauor  License.  . Notice is hereby given that, thirty  days after date I will apply to the  Board of License Commissioners for  the City of Greenwood for a transfer  of the liquor license held bj- me for the  Greenwood hotel, Silver street, situate  on Lots 21 and 22, Block D, City of  Greenwood, to J. M. Cropley,  Dated October 26, 1905.  W.J. SIMPSON.  For Sale���Queen's hotel, Greenwood,  B. C, I will sell furnished and give  lease on property. Easy terms. Reason  for selling, going out of hotel business. Apply on premises to D. Manchester. 7-10  ���Cm*-^'-^*'h^m!*''-'*m?m&-8mS-'^^  t  DAILY STAGE  i,i$a.vb*s :  Weed's IftospTiecHiie,  TJj The Great English JRcmcdy.  A positive cure for all forms ol  Soxual Weakness, Mental and  i!k_)7ika'n[) aftku 'Brain Worry, JBmissioJis,Spermatorrhoea, Impotcncy, Effects of Abuse or  Excess, all of which lead to Consumption,  Infirmity, Insanity and an early grave. Price  ��1 per pkff., six for ��5. One will please, six will  cure. Sold by all druggists or mailed in plain  package on recei pt of price. Writo for Pamphlet.  Tho Wood Medicine Co., Windsor, Ontario.  X GREENWOOD  9:00 a. m.  4" MIDWAY .-.. 5:00 p. M.  ���J> ARRIVES:  X MIDWAY 10:30 a. M.  $ GREENWOOD  6:30 r. M.  | FARE $1.00, ROUND TRIP $1.50  y  .   I J. McDonell, Proprietor!  (!��#<����'<����<l^  In a recent article I endeavored to  picture the Arrow lakes as seen today  by the traveler who sails them. Since  then I have had a trip ever Sloean lake  and made the journey from Robson to  the southern end of Arrow lakes, across  a range or mountains, dividing the  Columbia from the Kettle rtver valley.  The railway from Robson to Grand  Forks is the Columbia and Western, a  branch of the C. P. R. It was projected and partly built by F. A.  Heinze of Montana, when he entered  British Columbia ten years ago to develop the great copper resources of the  province. The Columbia and Western  easily ranks among the grandest scenic  railroads. For 25 miles it runs along  the slopes of the mighty forest-clad  mountains that rise from the shores of  lower Arrow lake, and during the five  and twenty miles it keeps gradually  rising till at last from midair the  the traveler looks down aud out upon  the wondrous beauty of this enchanted  land, One is ttirilled and awe-stricken  b3* the glorious prospects that come  into one's vision as the train nears the  divide upon the mountains, and when  the lake disappears and nothing is iii;  sight but forest, clouds and mountains,  a feeling akin to sadness  pervades the  mind.    ;_.  But we have little time for sadness  for we are being whirled down the  mountain side into the Kettle River  valley and the ever-changing forest  prospects with their radient autumn  coloring arrest our admiration and delight. And soon Christina lake comes  into view and for twenty miles we are  rushed along the mountain slopes that  rise above its eastern shore.  Christina lake is some .50 or 35 miles  in length, and will average two or  three miles in width. Its shores are  mountainous, not, indeed, so lofty as  those of Arrow lakes, or as precipitous  and frowning as those of Sloean, but  then they have a beauty and loveliness all their own, and as I gazed out  upon |the ���mountains on the western  shore of Lake Christina, I really  thought I had never looked at anything so resplendently beautiful. Every  hill and dell and plateau and slope and  mouncain top was one vast mass of  exquisite color. In the distance purple  and gold and green and yellow and  every color of the rainbow were so per-  fedtly blended that all appeared'as if  some mighty artist had been at. work  softening and adorning till there was  nothing left for art or beauty to desire. And beneath it all were the  dark, dark waters of the lake, reflecting the enchanting loveliness of the  woods and forests and hills and mountains above it.  The coloring is warmer here and  more varied than on Arrow or Sloean  lakes Indeed, the Kettle river country  is as difl'erent from the Sloean or  or Kootenay country as Connecticut is  from Vermont. The Kettle river drains  a territory larger than Massachusets  and Connecticut combined, aud East  and   West  Kootenay  are co-extensive  <5sr  SOUTH  Never in the history of the Boundary has the district had a brighter outlook than today. With the successful development of the immense large bodies of low grade ore and the enlarged and much improved facilities for treating  at a very small cost, the continued opening up of new high grade properties aai their s-ieoessful acii profitabl  operation has made the Boundary famous as a mining centre, and every day adds more to the list of new finds and  bigger values, It is readily admitted that Greenwood is the Eldorado of the Boundary with all roads leading thereto,  and surrounded as it is, with such magnificent resources is destined in a few years to be a second Butte, If you  therefore want to participate in its future prosperity, now is the time to invest both in mines and real estate. For  NINETY DAYS we intend giving you a chance to make a safe and profitable investment. Every lot we own will be  put on sale at rock bottom prices during the above period, Prices ranging from $50.00 up, at terms to suit the pun-  chaser,    Make your selection and make it early/  d_<-  RALPH  SMAILES,  AGENT FOR THE GREENWOOD TOWNSITE COMPANY.  |  s  Ik- It  BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  I.   H.   HALLET !  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Pubuc.  Cable Address :      hallbtt."  \ Bedford "M'Nelll's  CODES  "j'Moreinif & "Neat's  leiber's,  Greenwooo,   b.   c.  J. P   MCLEOD  Barrister and Somcitoh.  Of. icus in P.O. Box 31.  RENDEI/k I*r,OCK Phone SI  Over Bank of Montreal       GREENWOOD B.C  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  .dining and Engineering Surveys.  Residence:   Church St. 'Phone I'15.  GREENWOOD, "P.. C.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendall Block, Greenwood, B.C  OHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civii, Engineer, ���  Dominion    AN��    Provincial  L,and Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.���  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.    ;       ;       ;       ;    S.   O,  IV. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting" Mining Engineer.  Properties examined  and  reported   on.   "Will  take charg-e of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD,  B.   O.  t:r  B. Sc.  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  Shippers' Agent. Entire charg-e taken  ��� of consignments of ore. Checking-,  weighing, sampling and assaying  of samples.  ,'.'^--.';grt5en.woc)d,'b;,.c.  ABOUT NEVADAH  J. D. Sword, who is on a visit!  to Rossland, has the following' tc;  say.about Nevadah :.  "The whole of Nevadah is being- actively prospected as never  before, by the best qualified and  most energetic set of prospectors  in the world. New strikes are  continually being- reported, Since  the ,discovery  of   Tonopah   and  'Goldfield have produced upwards  of $15;000,000 iu gold and silver.  When it is considered that ��� these  camps bav. been developed without capital and that nearly two-  thirds of the total wealth extracted has beeu taken out by  leasers, the results are hopeful.  ~~7 rrRe^-rxlihg~ llTcTTdevel .opnTerTfr  in Tonopah, Goldfield and Bullfrog districts, it is not extensive:  When the dryness. of the miues  and the softness of the rock are  taken into consideration the com-  sideration the companies and  miners have, been very dilatory so  far as development is concerned.  It appears strange to the mining  men from the northern districts  that a camp like Goldfield, with  such phenomenal ly rich ore,  should not have been more extensively developed than it is in  the time that has elapsed since  its discovery. Tonopah has been  operated tor four years and Gold-  fiield for two years, and yet there  is less mining machinery in these  two camps than can be found in  the Le Roi mine alone.  " Those intending to go to the  Nevadah gold fields with the intention of prospecting should be  well' supplied with funds and  should not start with less than  $600 or S700. One half of the  money will be required to purchase a span of mules aud a light  broad-tired wagon, aud the balance will be required from time  to time iu the purchase of supplies.  "Nevadah has been x>articu-  larly hospitable towards the  Kootenay men who have gone  there, and several of them have  made   large   fortunes.  these are John McKane, Dr. E.  Bowes, L. L. Prtrick and C. D.  Taylor. Mr. McKane, with Mr.  Schwab, the steel magnate, controls the Tonopah Extension, one  of the greatest mines in Tonopah.  Dr. Bowes has made a large fortune from his holdings- in stock  and his success ful leases' L. Iv.  Patrick is the largest individual  owner in the Combination mine  at Goldfield, which is paying-  dividends of i.0 per cent, a mouth  on $400,000, and which at present  has two.and a half years' dividends iu sight in the mine. He  also controls the National Bank  mine in Bullfrog, the Roylite  waterworks, local telephone aud  automobile lines and. has interests  all j over the district. C. D.Taylor, formerlv of Kootenay. district, was,fortunate enough to locate the Jumbo, Red Top, and  Elorence mines, the two former  of which he controls. Prom the  Jumbo John McKane and Dr.  Bowes extracted $600,000 in five  mouths under lease."  THE WASTE DUMP.  Doubling* the diameter of a pipe increases its capacity four times. Friction of water iu pipes increases with  the square of its velocity.  Fine silver cast into ingots weighing ordinarily a pound troy is known  in China as "Sycee Silver." They are  marked always with the seal of some  banker or assayer as a guarantee of  purity. ���':.  For a number of years John Augustus Sutter, upon whose lands gold was  first discovered in California, was paid  a pension of 8250 a month by the State  of Califarnia. He died at Washington,  D'. C, in 1880.  To remove rust from steel, immerse  th article to be cleaned in a strong solution of cyanide of potassium, mix to  the; consistency of thick cream a paste  bt cyanide potassium, castile soap,  whitening and water, and after immersion brush the steel briskly, using  the paste.  To find the diameter of a driven pulley, when diameter of driver, speed of  driver and speed required are known  multiply the diameter of driver by its  speed of revolution, divide by required  speed; result will be the diameter of  the driven pulley. To find the speed  of a driven shaft, when the speed of  driver, diameter of driver, and diameter of driven pulley are known,  multiply the speed of the driver by its  diameter and divide by" the diameter of  the driven pulley; the result will''be  the speed of the driven pulley. To find  the diameter of driver, when the diameter of driven and speed of driver  and speed of driven are. known,multiply  the speed of the driven pulley by it3  dismeter and divide by the speed of  the driver; the result will be the dill hie te r:        ==^=^-.=^====^-==^^-===-.======1=:  The mineral strontianite takes its  name from Stroutain, Scotland., It is  a native strontium carbonate and its  chief value is its strontium contents  from which all of the strontium salts  so qaluable in sugar refining and in  fireworxs are derived. ..  Starquarti- is quartz containing thin  layers of some foreign substande which  produce the phenomenon of asterism  transverse sections of a crystal when  cut en eubochon, that is in the style of  a cabochon, or rounded convex on top  and Hat, concave or convex on the  back without facers. Garnets, turquoise, moons-one, catseye and other  gems are cut en cabochon. Star sapphire is a variety of the mineral corundum that exhibits a six rayed star  in transverse sections os a crystal  when cut en cabochon. The finest star  sappires come from Ceylon and are  valued as high as gems, The star  ruby is the ruby-red asteriated sapphire.  When You Have a Bad Cold  You want a remedy that will not  only give quick reief but effect a permanent cure.  You want a remedy that will relieve  the Utiles and keep expectoration easy.  You want a remedy that will counteract any tendency toward pneumonia.  You want a remedy that is pleasant  and safe to take.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets  all of these revuirements and for the  speedy and permauent cure o. bad  colds stands without a peer. For sale  bv all drinr-rists.  2amtm?.m?HM^  *av���  o-������  41 ���*>-������  (tta-x-  ttw*.-  C.T-���  sr  Mr, (CUSTOMERS  It is contrary to the laws of nature to disregard the beautiful  works of the Creator, It is also contrary to the laws of builds  ing up your own city to send East for your printing wheni t  can be procured as quickly, as cheaply, and, in many instances,  better, in your own town. Consider this matter carefully, and  in placing your next order give the people who spend their  money in your city a chance.     TC    TC . TC    TC    TC    TC  you  MR, SUBSCRIBER!  We trust that you will not overlook the Utile circular sent  weekT- ItiiTa si^llln��f^~t^^"uri^ra large one~(o~  us. If you have not attended to it yet, do so today, This week  we have added nearly Five Hundred Dollars worth of material  to our office, and to pay for it we must have what isjjeoming to  us on our Subscription List,    TC   TC   TC   TC   TC    TC   TC  m  1 I  French chalk, tlie kind used as  crayons *,y tailors, is, a line ;:*-anuiar  variety of talc. It is only found in  France.  PHONE 29  ^uikiuaiaiiiiaiUiiUiiiiiUiauiUiaiiiiuuuaaiiiiuiUiiiiiiiuaiiiUiiiiuuaiiUiUiiiiUii.uiUi  _>_ ���'������ -.  GREEK   TIMES.  When  You Biiy  Buy Right  JlfMAS is i sight-  so are our Xmas Gifts.  We bought all our Xmas  siock :-.���'.  T0YS.  FANCY  G00BS, 7  CHINAWARE,ETC.ETC  March last ��� import.  The)* come direct to us  from the manufacturers  in foreign lands.  Having purchased for our  three stores, GREENWOOD  PHOENIX, and MIDWAY,  we bought iu large quantities and at rock bottom  prices. We will help you  economize by offering you  values   that  will  save   you  money.  it*.  *  ^  Books, stationery, Wall Paper. Kodaks  and Photo Supplies.  GREENWOOD, - . B.   C.  J  TOWN TOPICS   ((  V.J. Snodgrass of Okanagan Falls  is in the city.  Jas. C Dale of Carmi is spending a  week in the city.  Andy Safer  left Thursday morning  on a business visit to Spokane.  ���Oranges,    bananas,    eating    pears,  grapes, etc. at Galloway Bros.  New   season's  raisins,   mixed   peel  figs, nuts, etc., at Galloway Bros.  Spencer Bennerman of Midway spent  a few days in the city this week.  S. T. L,arson of the Riverside hotel,  Rock Creek, was in the city yesterday.  Miss Gaw of Grand Forks is the  guest of Mrs. Thos. Williams this  week.  Frederic .Keffer has returned from a  trip to*the B. C. Copper companies  properties in the Similkameen.  Only ,rout ine business.was transacted  at the regular fortnightly meeting of  the city council on Monday evening.  The ladies of the Presbyterian  church gave a very successful rainbow tea on Tuesday evening last.  The Rev. W. H. Barraclough, B. A.,  of New Westminster, will preach in  the Methodist church next Sunday at  II a. m.  W. C, Thomas, superintendent of  the Dominion Copper company's smelter, has returned from a visit to  Spokane.  A. _}. McNaughton, the well-known  commerdial man, was in the city this  week accompanied by Mrs. McNaughton.  Applications for city water are pour-;  ing in since the L,ind creek system  was inaugurated. The city waterworks are going to be a big revenue-  producer,     ,. .  Bargains this week at Rendell & Co.  Toadies' ready-to wear hats, all new  styles, for $3.00, regular price, S4.SC.  Ladies'golf coats with belt tor $3.50.  regular price $5.00.  Fred Hazlewood and Bob Halcrow  have completed their contract of sinking to.the 200-foot level on the Helen.  In the last eight or ten feet very rich  ore has been taken out.  Albert I.'Godell, superintendent of  the Northport smelter, A. G. Larson,  superintendent of the Velvet mine, and  R. Strang, of the Northport smelter,  were visitors to the city this week.  Captain Swayne has leased the  skating rink and is strengthening and  repairing it preparatory to a good season of Canada's most healthful recreation. Contractor Bunting has the  work in charge.  H. V. Fuller, Phil. McDonald, Alex.  Curry and Fred Munn returned Wednesday night from a hunting trip on  the West Fork. Most.of the hunters  had quit for the season, so not very  many deer were offered for slaughter  to the local huntsmen.  Work was resumed on the Sunset in  Deadwood camp this week with Neil  Morrison in charge. The Sunset is  owned-by���theHDomimon^Gopper-com-  pany and it is probable that the smelter  at Boundary Falls will shortly be  be blown in, as the Sunset ore is used  for flux with the ores of the compauy's  mines at Phoenix  Frank I. Clark, who has been appointed literary representative of the  Canadian Pacific railway, was in the  city this week. Mr. Clark is an old  newspapeJ man who has been connected with the Winnipeg and Victoria  ���*-<~x*>.:~x^^^  Perfect Harmony of Style and Good Taste;  an Even Balance of the Nicities That  Render Our Clothing Superior,  There is harmony of taste and fashion in our garments that instantly  commends them to particular men.  Following the newest ������ styles of the  day, they unite the fashion, the fabric  and the color in a perfect blend of  good taste.  oUi 1 ^ the perfect square cuts as  shown in illustration and the latest  for winter wear, from  $7.50 T�� $2��  OVERCOATS like the accompanying illustration and are quick  selles, they range from  $12 T��  $20  -^g)  UNDERWEAR  a  For men who wish an extra fine gar- |i[||i iiru   nnfllin"   OiiitO    nt  ment we highly recommend the.... . . .        WULOL.   UltflHU     uUllu    III  Cheaper Lines and an extra good buy from $1,00 and up.  RUSSELL-LAW--CAULFIE  LIMITED  ^s^m-k^mx,".:*^^^  papers. He will do the work for the  province which heretofore has been  done by George Ham.  W. K. Esling, of Tacoma, who for  the past ten years has been identified  with Newspaper work in Southern  British Columbia, has purchased the  Rossland Miner, the oldest daily newspaper in the interior. With this change  in ownership, the old Rossland Miner  Printing and Publishing company  ceases to exist and the paper becomes  the personal property of Mr. Esling.  Hon. Richard McBride, premier, and  Hon. R. F. Green, chief commissioner  of lands and works, arrived in the city  from Phoenix Saturday afternoon.  They were accompanied by Geo. A,  Fraser, M. P. P., who dispenses government patronage in the Greenwood  riding. Saturday evening they met  the faithful who are domiciled in  Greenwood and left ond Sunday morn-  ing for the Similkameen. '���'.-���  An elaborately decorated colored  gentleman caused a slight delay to  Royer's stage yesterday morning The  stagehad-nearly-reached^Government  street, when the gentleman ordered  the driver to stop as he had forgotten  his guns. He went down town and in  about ten minutes returned with a gun,  several knives, and presumably a number of razors, when the stage proceeded on its journey, safe from any  possibility of a holdup.  Changes of advertisements shoutd  be in this office not later than 9 o'clock  Thursday morning.    With an  edition  of eight pages and the large circulation  of the Times it is necessary to print  four pages Thursday afternoon in  order to catch the mails on Friday.  It is hoped that advertisers will bear  this in mind. By bringing changes  early in the week, more time is given  the printer, and consequently better  work, and more satisfactory results to  the advertiser.' -  A very successful smoding concert  was held in the Eagles' hall under the  auspices of the Greenwood firemen on  Friday evening last. D. A. Banner-  man was presiding -judge and he succeeded in fining nearly every one  present, Policeman Red Young saw  that all fines were paid. Between  pipes a number of short speeches were  made and songs sung. An exciting  three-round boxing contest between  Stowe and Paxton, and a still more exciting bout between Paxton and an  unknown concluded the evening's entertainment.  One of the hisioric buildings of  Greenwood was gutted by fire at noon  Thursday. The Shonquist cabin, one  o'f^the^fir-st^b'i^  Greenwood townsite, is now a pile of  charred logs. Cap. Chappelle was  moving into tbe cabin for winter and  was cleaning up. He filled a heater  with paper and other material and  started a fire. The heater blew up and  soon the whole interior of the building  was a mass of flames. "Chap" tried  to save his dog, which was tied up, and  had his hair badly singed. Before the  department arrived on the scene the  dried logs burned fiercely and the side  of the B C hotel was badly scorched.  Two streams from adjoining hydrants  soon quenched the flames. The cabin,  the last of the first buildings erected  in Greenwood, was erected by Fred  Shonquist, one of the old-time prospectors in the Boundary. It was the  rendezvous of the argonauts of the  Boundary. The other log cabins of  the pioneer days were torti 7 down to  make way for modern business blocks,  but the Shonquist cabin remained in  tact with its earth roof arid rough log  until practically destroyed by fire yesterday..; 77  DR MATHISON    DENTIST  Out of Town for a few weeks.  GREENWOOD      -     ,-      ��   C  HORSES WANTED.  Wanted to buy one or two horses,  weight =between^i-fiieven���and=7tweive"  hundred, Would also like to buy a  buckboard in good condition. Also  wagon and set of sleighs. Apply at  this office. 10-13.  Furniture for Sale.  Having sold my barber business and  am moving aw ay, I will sell the whole  of my household furniture in piece or  whole, exceptionally cheap. M. Nelion,  McDonald house, Gold street, back of  Greenwood hotel. 10--11  r  >�����>���  ... Cbe  Must go if you use  our  Mentholated y  Witch Hazel and  Almond Cream  containing  Benzoin and  Boracic.  "A GOOD THING"  Our Holiday goods are arriving and will  continue to arrive until the middle of December, we won't have a full displa5>- until next  month.      We  will  have  some   exceptionally  fine   goads this year,     and   if   it   is   quality  your are looking for,    WE    HAVE   IT.  i__j___M____-__-Mi  THOMAS   DRUG  CO., Ltd.  GREENWOOD  PHOEX1X  MIDWAY  REMEMBER!  WE FILL YOUR  exactly as your doctor  orders.  The best medicines prepared in the right way  Spells  Perfection.  tw  mWM

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