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Array \  -;f-:Q ���vibOxo/.-.-X  -���    < 7.5 '.I v.  Z081 e I HVW  V,  '. t  ^ '.*  ��� ,.>y  /  A  Vol. 11.  GREENWOOD, B. C- FRIDAY   MARCH S, 17)07.  No. 2&^  CT  cw  Travelling........ .-...f......, Song-  Is it Warm Enough for You Song  The Whistler and his Dog Inst.  Yankee Grit....'a,..  :Two Step  Shy Try     Two Step  Nedra Waltzea... ..............-.......'   I'm Jusf Crazy 'Bout You :~  Song  Songs of the Ragtime Boy     Song  Cherry. : :.Two Step  Bubbles. , ..:........Two Step  Tickled to Death              Rag  Afloat on a $5 Note      Song  What's the use of loving if you can't love  7  all the time..:.. ., .....,.....:.'.:.... ........ -Song  You '..,......���.'. .......7.7.7....... ...;.....': Song  The -whole Dam Family .:....  Song  My Name is Morgan but not J.P  Song  A QUIET WEDDING  A qniet wedding occurred' at high  noon Monday laet at the home of the  bride, when Miss Nellie McCreath,  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McCreath, waa married to A. D. Thomas,  head of the Thomas Drug... Co. The  ceremony was performed by Rev. M. D.  McKee, only tne immediate friends of  the contracting-parties being present.  Both of the young- folk are very popular ia the community and a host of  friends join in wishing them many  happy years of wedded life. The  happy couple left on Monday's C. P. R.  afternoon train for a somewhat extended trip. On their return they will  reaide in Greenwood.  GREENWOOD BOARD OF TRADE  The public generally is invited to  attend a amoking concert to be given  in Miller'* hall' on the evening of  Wednesday/ 13th*'inst.. the occasion  being-a reception to the delegates in  attendance at the" -"Meeting of the As  sociated Boards:;  By order of the Greenwood Board of  Trade.  COUNTY COURT  THE NORTH COUNTRY  The Grand Trunk  Pacific  Moving.  THE   BULKLEY    VALLEY  Likely to   Be the Centre of Great  Activity in a Mining and Farm-  in. Direction.  catch the first boat north for what to  them appears a land of hope. We are  sorry to lose them, but if they ffluit  leave we shall trust that that have  elected, like those already there, the  right spot in which to realize a happy,  auccessful future. We shall watch  their progress and hail their success,  and meantime keep our eye ou Aider-  mere.  FIGURES FULL OF INTEREST  We have over  nriTLEis  CO., LTD.  ��-<-���  SPRING DRESS  We announce for the Spring season of  1907 a larger, more complete and better  assorted stock in DRESS GOODS than  before.        . ���       .*       . ���  ever  111  IV  cnwnv Tuictnj.  MfiUD D\  nnu  pfiiinifiii'  Suitings our lines are specially attractive.  As a strong demand is foretold for  Gray of all Weaves and Styles of Cloths,  and also White and Black Checks and  Stripes, we are making a special feature  of these novelties.        . ���        /.  '   ..  RENDELL  Women's Goods  Men's  Goods  County court of Yale was opened  here on Tuesday, the 5th inst., Judge  Brown presiding.  Mr. A. M. Whiteside, on behalf of  the Barristers' society, presented the  Judge with an address, expressing the  regard of his former associates at the  bar, and congratulating him on his J  promotion to the bench. The Judge  made a fitting reply.  Naturalization papers were taken  out by the following: Charles Carlson,  J. A. Devlin, N. Engan, O. Erickson,  E. Mantell, G. Merrill, C. A. Phillips,  T. Rowe, A. Stappe. W. Walleen, A. S.  We-��tcb>t7     ���'" '���"������ '":''r' ���  . 7     N- ' ���l>'-'-���"  Several cases before the court were  adjourned to its next sitting.  In the case of P. Burns & Co. vs.  S. T. Smith and D. C. Smith, in which  the Dominion Copper Co. had been  garnisheed, the garnishment wiis set  aside. I, H. Hallett attorney for  plaintiff, A. M. Whiteside attorney for  defendants.  At request of the defendant's attor  ney, J. P. McLeod, the case of Pfeifer  vs. Peterson, went over to next court  on payment of the costs of the day by  defendant. A. M. Whiteside appeared  for the plaintiff.  Meggitt vs. Rendell, resulted in a  judgment for plaintiff of $85 and costs.  C. J. Leggatt attorney for plaintiff,  J. P. McLeod attorney for defenlant.  In Wheaton et al. vs. Lowrie et al.,  judgment was entered against the defendants with the exception of Ritchey  & Sons as to costs. C. J. Leggatt attor ney^for^plaintiff.._A. _M. Whiteside1  attorney for defendant.  McBride vs. Foulds, was sent up to  the Supreme court. This is a case of  contest ovor some land at Deep creek,  on the West Fork. It is understood  that the cause is being settled out of  court.  The cases of Johnson, Mantell and  Stureh against the Boundary Elkhorn  Mining Co., were all settled. A. S.  Black attorney for plaintiffs, and J. P.  McLeod attorney for defendants.  *�����  spring  doods  Call and see them.  W. ELSON  Do Not Crowd the Season.  The first warm days of spring bring  with them a desire to get out aud enjoy  the exhilerating- air and sunshine.  Children that have been housed up all  winter are brought out and you wonder  where they ail came from. The heavj-  winter clothing is thrown aside and  many shed their flannels. Then a cold  wave comes and people say that grip i*  epidemic. Colds at this season are  even more dangerous than in midwinter, as ".here is much more danger  of pneumonia. Take Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy, however, and you will  have nothing to fear. It always cures,  and we have never known a cold to  result in pneumonia when it was used.  It is pleasant and safe to take. Children like it.    For sale by all druggists.  There are many indications  that the  Grand Trunk Pacific will, in  the near  future,   be   expending large sums of  money in railway building and development   in   the   northern part of the  province.   Already considerable work  is going   forward   at Prince   Rupert.  The townsite is being cleared, wharves  and mills  and  hotels  are being built,  and the era of a new development has  set in.    The railway has  acquired, but  apparently   under    insufficient    title,  possession   of more  acreage at Kaien  island,   and   the preliminaries are  in  hand  for  launching  a   great townsite  enterprise   there.     What   the Pacific  coast terminus may become ia a matter  of great speculation.   There are those  who think Canadian Pacific history  at  Port Moody may be repeated, and that  after a little   Prince Rupert may be  found inadequate for  the  purposes of  a great terminal, and that some  other  point will ultimately become the chief  northern  seaporl.     But regardless of  all   that,   and   of   any ' shifting   and  juggling that might follow, we cannot  quite get away from the feeling that  Vancouver, or some other  more southerly port will in  the. end reap greater  advantage from Grand  Trunk Pacific  traffic than any other city in the north  located on a mere arm of the  sea with  its attendant disadvantages of navigation.   The projected  north and  south  railway Hues out of "Vancouver  may  turn   the  trick  that speculators along  the   rougher   northern   coast   are  not  looking for.   If such a railway route is  at all  practicable  it  will shorten  distance,  reduce   time,   and  remove the  dangers   of   navigation.    Further   inland,  however,   the case is altogether  different, and we shall look to see some  towns of importance spring  up  along  the line of the railway.  The Bulkley valley appears to be  peerless among the districts inland,  and we shall not be surprised to find a  town ot importance spring up in that  valley, probably at Aldermere. The  Greenwood colony in and about Aider-  mere is considerable, and the opinion  _o.f__manx^j--fJ^.=jao_re__^^  The report of the Department of  Trade and Commerce for the fiscal  year to June 30, 1906, is at hand, and a  perusal of it_ pages shows the healthy  condition of Canadian trads. Worda  are more readable than columns of figures, and "our growing time" sounds  better than dry statistics, but the latter  mean much more, and thus at the riak  of being prosy we beg to quote from  the big blue book. Canada's total imports in each of the following years  were:  1876..  8 60,000,000  1886. -.  70,000,000  1896....   67,000,000  1906    173,000,000  - Or,  taken   in   periods of ten yeara  each,they were:  1877 to 1886...... 5700,000,000  ��� 1887 to 1806......   700,000,000  1807 to 1006......1,170,000,000  Against this our total exports, the  produce of Canada, forthe same periods were:  1876  $73,000,000  1886. ���     78,000,000  1896...    110,000.000  1906    235,000,00Q:        .  Or, again, in periods of ten years:  1877 to 1886 5 775,000,000  1887 to 1896 1,800,000,000  Again, the thrift and prosperity of a  country may in measure be gauged by  the deposits of a people in the moneyed  institutions of the country. The deposits; as registered in the Chartered  banks,' postoffice, savings banks, government savings banks and special  savings banks, form a startling commentary on what has been taking place  in Canada;  Taking the same years named we  find these totals expressed  as  follows:  1876   1886   1896.   1906......   This would show  business of Canada  . $ 78,000,000 *  .   147,000,000  .   245,000,000  .   626,000,000       7  that  the growing  had  been profit  able, and while the country's trade Had  been expanding the peoples' margin of  profit ha6 been keeping pace, In fact,  the latter seems to have outrun the  former, for while the total import and  export trade of 1906 was three times  greater than that of 1876, the money  in sight in 1906 was eight times greater  than in 1876.  AMSDEN MUSICAL CO. COMING  Th. average price of lead in New  York for 1906 was 5.347 cents per pound,  as compared with 4.707 cents  for 1905.  The writer of "What I See Round  the CUv" in the London Critic advises  purchase of Ymir Gold Mine shares,  ���ff.ring ia London at fi ve shilling*.  theni is that Aldermere must inevitably  become a  point of considerable commercial   moment.      About    250   miles  from the   coast,   in  the  centre of the  great Bulkley valley, it would  appear  likely to become a strong competitive  point  for  the  honors  of the interior.  The Bulkley valley now   being  settled  up is a strip of rich  agricultural  land  about 60 miles long  and 10 miles wide,  and   in   the   heart   of   thia,    between  Aldermere lake, a beautiful sheet of  water three miles  long  and  nearly a  mile wide and  the river,  the town has  been laid out.    North, east  aud   south  stretch   farm   lands   and  range lauds.  Near the town are valuable coal areas,  while  up the  Telkwa,   which   empties  into  the  Bulkley   at   Aldermere,   are  immense   copper   deposits.    Northeast  of town in the foot hills  have recently  been   opened   some   nice    si'vea-lead  properties.    During   the   past   winfr  the  provincial  government has  spent  considerable  uioniv   in  opening  up a  cross country road between  Aldermere  and the Skeena at the mouth of Copper  river.    The divide  is only  2,600 feet,  and  the  distance  80 miles.    Steamers  can   ascend   the   Skeena for at  least  eight  months   of the   year   as far  as  Copper river, while navigation   as  far  as Hazelton is limited to three months.  From  the  mouth of Copper river to  Aldermere   such   a road  would  be 80  miles,   while  the  distance  around by  Hdzeltoti is 140 miles.  |     We are glad to hear such glowing ac-  ' counts of | this district where so  many  Greenwood  and   Boundary boys have  cast  their  lots.    Quite a number   now  wintering   here leave ��OOB in order to  Fok rknt���Three.roomed house, furnished, $9.    H. J. Clint. 26-27  HOW TO SECURE HELP  Farmars, contractors, manufacturers  and all employers of labor desiring  married or single men will do well to  apply at once to Major C. W. Creigh-  tou, Salvation Army Immigration department, 439 Harris street.Vancouver,  B. C,, or Rupert street,Winnipeg, Man.  Blank application forms will be supplied and each application will receive  careful attention.  NoTB���No   men   will  be  sent unless .  applied for in the above manner.  ��� Wanted���Your old stove in exchange  for one of our best, new Steel Ranges.  A. L- White & Co.. house furnishers.  Phone 16 26-2T  The Amsden Musical Co., numbering  twenty people, will appear at the  Greenwood Auditorium for two nights,  Monday and Tuesday, March 11  and 12. They come direct from a six  weeks' run at Seattle and Spokane,  and are about to play a return engagement in all the larger cities fqrough-  out the Northwest. On the opening  night they will present the favorite  comic opera success "Mascot,*' followed by the musical comedy success,  "The Governor's Wife," the second  night. The caste includes Claude  Amsden, comedian; Hazel Davenport,  Eleanor Jenkins, Walter Wilson, John  Harvey, Irene Laite, Dan'l Malone,  Jack Harlow and a chorus of girls who  can sing and dance. The sale of seats  will be at Thomas' and White'r, drug  stores.    Prices, 50c , 75c. and $1. '/'  ti  'h:LAR\  C Rt��E.  Clje  Boundary Creek Times  Tssued ��<**��_���_ -*. ridav  BY   THE  Boundary Cre.k Priuling ancl Publishing  CO., Ll.MITF.n,  J. "W. Ellis _    Masagbr  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pbr Ybak     2 00  Six Months  1 2"  To Fokkign Countries  2 50  (uTTo^rfJ^; JUaeS*"***"-*-  t FRIDAY, MARCH S,  ITO7  THE NEW CODE.  While Mr. Rons may have been in a  measure unhappy in his recent references in parliament to Mr. Fowler, or  the time may have been inopportune  for calling attention to the predatory  instincts of that gentleman and his  associates in their desire to become  easily possessed of public lands, there  can be no two opinions on the manner  Mr. Fowler adopted in resenting the  reference to his thrifty methods. Mr.  Fowler must certainly have forgotten  that there is no law which forbids a  member of parliament from being a  gentleman. The language ht used  might do for a police court presided over  by a non respecting magistrate, bnt  it certainly was not fit for the highest  court in the Dominion, the court, in  fact, which writes the laws for all  courts to observe and enforce. But  though the intemperate nature of the  attack might be palliated on the  ground of haste, and because "the  galled jade winces," yet the more deliberate methods of the man, as exposed bv himself, disclose a state of  public life that is not encouraging, and  go farther to stamp the man than his  hasty words. He told with evident  relish that he had been playing detective on his associates in parliament and  that if they, forsooth, dared to question  his public methods he would deal with  their private ones. The self-confessed  spy into frailties of his peers is despicable, but when knowledge affected  to be thus obtained is paraded as a  reason why the spy must be left to do  as he will, the case becomes serious.  Moreover, we believe that the man  .whose instincts would lead him to play  detective would not hesitate to pervert  truth to establish a case. Unless some  steps are taken to inquire into the  foundations of Mr. Fowler's startling-  charges we shall incline to the belief  that, for some reason, too much stress  is '.aid on the merit of a retraction.  The public is concerned quite as much  as parliament, for when public men  are insulted public opinion is offended,  but to apologize for the insult does not  condone the offense.  A uarnrd Kansas man claims to oe  able to prove that Yazoo, Miss., is the  site of, the Garden of Kden. The  climate of the Garden of Eden must  have been somewhat similar to that of  Yazoo, otherwise our first parents  would have needed a more elaborate  wardrobe, but Eden was slow compared  with Yazoo,, now the center of the  lynching belt.  wimmwwmmmmwmmwmimm  - THE NEW ACT  We must admit that we are not  anionic those who construe the Lord's  Day Act as intended by its promoters  merely to fill churches and make people better morally. Its origin and  name are suggestive of this, but  we believe that one of the chief purr-  poses of the bill in tho minds of its  in6st active promoter.)- was the legal  conservation to the laboring man of  his right tc one day of rest, in seven,  in o'tedience to the law of his being as  well as to a divine command. Standing alone, the man who has labor to  sell cannot dictate terms and conditions, and many a man who feels lie  needs the seventh day rest bodily, and  whose conscience prompts hin. to it.s  observance, finds himself compelled  by the dictum of his employer to work  on the seventh day or lose his job. The  law aims to save such an one from his  employer and to guarantee to him his  highest rights, Herein is -what we regard as the greatest merit of the act,  ancl could the law vouchsafe this without inequalities or impositions it would  be well, but it strives to do much more,  and in saying that a man must rest on  the seventh day, endeavors to place  restrictions on how he may rest.  EDITORIAL NOTES  At a terrible etipeiise of nerve and  reputation, Evelyn Nesbit Thaw has  made a brave effort to save a husband  claimed to be insane, The picture is a  most pathetic one, and, if her story be  true, discloses a self sacrifice that is  touching.  Th��� census reports show that in the  last twenty years one million couples  have been separated by the divorce  courts of the United States. Unlike  the mills of the gods, reputed "to  grind slow, but exceedingly fine," lhe  divorce mills of the republic south of  us grind fast and rather coarse.  ������c_s__i_ti_i__t_3!_iEi_^  Greenwood  11*  3__2_E_K  The Palace  m mi  8��  DRAYING -- We Can Move Anything  F. C  The Hunter-Kendrick Co., to keep  abreast of their ever increasing business, has installed money conveyers  from the clerk at the counter to the  cashier in the office. Three carriers  are now busy in this big store, one  from the grocery department, one from  the men's furnishing department and  one from the dry goods department.  For the number of men employed,  says the Whitehorse Star, the Big  Salmon has beeu one of the best gold  producing districts in the Yukon for  the two years last past.  C***��*<  CF*  CF<  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*-  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF<  CF*  CF*  C_=<  cf*  CF*  CF*  9 ��  Capital, all paid up., $14,400,009.        Rest...*..., $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $159,831.84  Hon. President:    I,oi;n Stkathcmsa and Mount Royal, ft. C. M. C.  Prasidcut :   Sik George A. Dkxji..mond, K. C. IyI. G.  Vice-President and General Manapfcr :   E. S. Ci.odSton.  Branches in London, Eng. {^^SU Sew York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Excliaiig-e and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  TraTellers' Credits, available in any part'of tlie world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch,*   W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  3.  ; Liai g~  The total production of coal in the  state of Washington during the last.  quarter of 1906 was 880,412 tons. This  was the highest tonnage of any quarter  of the year.  THE GOVERNMENT AND  ZAM-BUK  Survey Out of Fort Williams Takes a  Supply of This Useful Balm.  Zam Buk, the favorite household  balm and salve, is now adopted as 'the  Doctor'' by leading parties engaged in  surveying various parts of the Dominion lands.  Mr. Henry Hall, writing from Fort  William, says: "Having proved how  beneficial Zam-Buk is in cases of cuts,  skin injuries and diseases, I determined  to keep a supply handy. Being engaged  to go on a survey, I thought it would  be a most useful thing to take along. I  obtained a supply in Fort William and  very well it was I did so. I may say  thst pretty nearly every day it was  called into requisition by one or other  of the party for cuts, bruises, burns, or  some injury or other. It is wonderful  how quickly Zam-Buk takes the soreness out of cuts, burns, bruises and  injuries; and on. our survey it won  golden opinions from all who had occasion to try it. I have found it very  fine for skin disease, and can strongly  recommend it as a household balm."  Mr. L-ascelles Scott, one of the leading Government analysts, says: "I  have no hesitation in certifying the  entire purity of Zam-Buk, which in my  opinion is excellently adapted for skin  injuries and diseases." Zam-Buk cures  cuts, scalds, burns, bruises, eczema,  scalp sores, ringworm,ulccrs, abscesses,  chapped places, spring pimples, blood  poison, chronic abscesses, etc. As an  embrocation it relieves rheumatism,  neuralgia and sciatica. All druggists  and stores sell at 50c. a box, or from  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price, Six  boxes sent for $2.50. Send lc. stamp  and we will mail you free sample box.  FIRE LADDIES AND COUNCIL  A deputation from   the   Fire  department waited on the Citv  Council Mon  day evening "iasI^T^qffe'Stl'ng^aopropri--  ations for the following:  One hundred feet of rope forthe hose  wagon for use., an high buildings in  emergency, the -sanitary cleaning of  the walls of their sleeping quarters  and the painting of the huse sleighs.  The boys also want a man-power hook  and ladder truck litte-rl with ladders for  reaching two or more story buildings.  They also de.-.ired ihat the new fire bylaw under consideration by the council  lie .submitted tn them for approval be  fote liuai pas.sa.'jc by the city- The  department requested an available an  nual appropriation of ..100 by the coiui-  1 il for the- eontingi-neie.s of the company.  Chambi-rlaiti's Coti���h  R.nTjeiy is Both  AKreeabii*. and, selective.  Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy ha**  no superior fur .coughs,- colds, and  cr&t'p, and the fact that it is pleasant  to lake and cntain- nothing m any  way injurious has in a tie it. a favorite  with, mother:.. Mr. W. S. Pelhani, a  inerch-ir.t ot Kirkhvillc, Iowa, says:  "Fur more thai: twenty years Chamberlain's Cotijjli Remedy has been my  leading Keni'.-dy for, all throat troubles.  It is especially successful in cases of  croup. Children iike it and my customers who have used it will not take  anv other."    For sa.e bv ali druggists.  PROPRIETOR  From the Kootenaian it is learned  that, a big tonnage of ore is accumulating at the Kootenay Ore company's  sampling works at Ivh.-.I... It is com-  iwx from several mines near there, and  ia awaiting orders from the .Muellers  for shipment.  iNA  pF C  Paid-up Capital,$10,00,000.' Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  HEAD OFMCE,"TORONTO'  -S. ��. WALKER, General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst Gen 1 MwMgct  BAN1*-! MON��y ORDERS  ISSUSa AT THS FOtvUOWfcGl HATES s  $.1 tansi -nadw *������   '* &***>  ���-St-ei* $S and.not s*wwe**ding$!������)��� ���'....    *"�� cent*  ���<   $jo       '���' -* 1.80   50 cents  ��|    S3C-       -' ���**. $50 715 cents  hese Orders are Payable at ��"-ar at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at lhe principal banking points in the United estates.  NE.OOTI.MU.E AT A FIXUD RA1 . AT  THE CANATJTAN 1-JANXv OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.   ���  They form an ex. eel Km it method of remitting small sums of mone-  with safety and at small cost.  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed on deposits from ��1 upwards at current rates.  Greenwood Branch  J. T. BEATTIE Acting Manager  -a  ���:  To Employers of Labor:  Are you conversant with tlie "Workmen's Compensation  Act," The only absolute protection offorded is a Liability Policy. The "OCEAN"-Policies, (the largest  accident company in the world, with assets of over  Seven Million Dollars) provides a complete indemnit***-  against all liability, relieving you from all responsibility, worry and trouble.  Frederic W. McLaine,  District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  *J.,J��.X'---*:*-<--��^^  "'" ry-Barn  I  ?  t  y  y  Y  y  y  I. am now conducting the wood business  formerly owned by Hugh McKee and am pre-  prepared to supply the best quality of wood  at lowest prices." Good wood and good  measure.   -Phone-your orders.  ��J_lw��  1*.  JP  VERY  iHiiiwtmninmatN*  f The best of Horses and Rigs at all times.  f HAY, "GRAIN  AND FEED STORE f  Chopped  Peed,   Hay   and  Grain. %  Livery Phone 19. Feed Store Phone 124  4��|  4*  *  4��  4*  _*  i  U  a  ! GEO. H. CROPLEY,    -   Proprietor. }  A *������.���  '!--J,X*-K--XK��'^'>X��^>W't',K"M'X*-W  4- 4�� 4- -fr ���&��� 4�� 4"& 4f 4* ���&- ���j��4v4*4'-&'-fr-*fr<fr*f',f-'3.  Electric   current   supplied    for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing* plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You 1  *  >  \  I  1  rt  m  -7_  I  ������ V  ill  Iff  III  m  >;1  ft4.*fr��f**4-*$.��--f��4---fr-*^ : ..**_■
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clays, are naturally lacking- in both
phosphoric acid and carbonate of lime
The summer following a dres*-in j;- i-i
baste slag* the whole pasture 'become.-
covered with white clover, small plants
of which had previously been living
stunted beneath the bents. Stock now
graze the laud wilh great relish, and
the vegetation year by year improves.
One of the great factors in thischang*.*
is the lime in the basic slag. It rendt-rs
available some of the reserves of potash and nitrogen in the soil, and of the
latter there is a great accumulation in
any old pasture. Both by its alkaline
reaction, its liberation of potash, and
the areation it induces by flocculating
the clay when some of the lime is
washed into the soil as calcium bicarbonate, it aids the phosphoric acid to
render the soil favorable for the growth
of leguminous plants, hence the sudden
appearance of the hitherto dormant
white clover. The white clover is
always closely grazed, and as it collects
nitrogen from the atmosphere, the
whole herbage on the land—grasses as
well as clovers—is improved oear by
Ot?some soils it is well known that
basic slag has no visible effect. Three
factors may be operative in bringing
about this comparative uselessness of
basic slag. In the first place; on some
soils the dormant plants of white
clover do not exist or are present in
such small numbers as to be inappreciable in the first year or two following
the application of the manure. As
Professor Middleton has shown, it is
necessary in these cases to follow up
the application of basic slag- with a
seeding of white clover, harrowed into
the land.
Secondly, on sandy soils, with little
clay in their composition, there is ho
reserve of potaeh compounds to be
rendered available by the lime of the
basic slag; the Rothamsted experiments
show very clearly, that it is potash
which pushes on the clovers in grass
land, and thatphonphatesdo very little
for them in the absence of lime, hence
when b.isic slag can act only as a phds-
phatic manure it will benefit the leguminous crops but little. In such a case
potash manure must be used with the
bas-ic slag. Lastly, the visible effec s
of basic slag are always smaller on
land newly laid down, simpty because
there is not the accumulation of nitrogenous niatetal from past crops which
cT-ia'-acterizes old grass land. -.-, The lime
in the bassic slag renders some of this
reserve material available for the
herbage, the increased supply of nitrogen being apparent in the fuller green
the grass assumes.
It should not be supposed, however,
that in any of these cases the basic
slag is without value because its application is not visible; phosphatic
manures never have the effect upon
the growth and color of the crop which,
nitrogenous manure, have, so that they
can only   be   properly judged by the
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weight and quality of the crop at
harvest time.—A. D. Hall in Mining
Rheumatic Pains Relieved.
B. F. Crocker, Esq., now 84 years of
age, and for twenty years justice of
tht peace at Martinsburg, Iowa, si.ys:
'•I am terribly afflicted with sciatic
rheumatism in  my left arm  and right
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B. U. vs Ontario—The statement recently heralded that Ontario was easily
the banner mineral province of the
Dominion, according to the output of
1906, is erroiiious. Old Ontario must
keep the next seat back of British Columbia for the present. The youth of
the Pacific, raw but lusty, still holds
the edge on effete Ontario, and its
present lead is likely to keep increasing'* "
Phoenix—Ill-formation has been received here that at a meeting.of the
board of directors of the Granby Consolidated held in New York recently, a
regular quarterly dividend of 2 pet-
cent was declared with an extra dividend of 1 per cent out of net earnings
of the company, payable March 30.
This amounts to 3405,000, being dividend No. 6, declared .y this company,
and makes a total of $2,153,630 thus fat-
declared. The last four dividends were
each for Ihe same amount, while the
first dividend in December, 1903, was I
percent, or $133,630. This is the first
announcement of a regular quarterly
dividend by the Granby, ahhough four
dividends were paid in 1906.
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Included in the estimate of the Iron
Age Review of the iron production of
the world for 1906, is that of Canada,
placed at 57.-*,000 tons. That of the
United States is given as 25,300,000
tons. The grand total is 59,700,000
tons gross.
Govern .r Hoggett of Alaska, estimates the population of Alaska oat
33,000. He places the net increase last
year at 3,500, and in his first annual
report, adds that there is a moving
population of 6,000 who live in Alaska
during the summer months, finding
employment in mining and various
other industries.
Cobalt—The largest and most valuable tiugg-et yet found in the history of
Cobalt camp was taken from shaft No.
26 of the Nipissing recently. It weighs
4,000 ounces and is estimated to be 65
per cent silver.
Leasing System—Again the leasing
system has scored a ten-strike. It is
reported that the management of the
widely heralded Nipissing mine, iu the
Cobalt region, are seriously considering an allotment of numerous blocks
of ground to'tributers, yvith the design
of thus advancing exploratory work
on an extensive scale. Au interesting
deduction from this discussion, also
is that the Nipissing is not regarded
seriously as a mine, in spite of the
large production it has already made
from superficial workings. It would
appear to be merely an overgrown
Erratic mineral deposits can wisely
be thrown open to leasers, simply for
the revelations which they offer. The
Nipissing evidently falls within the
class of uncertainties of a degree
sufficient to render a leasing policy
highly plausible. Finding the ore,
and above all things, the ore -bearing
system of veins and ..fractures, is .an
important desideratum.
Itching Piles.
If you are acquainted with anyone
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Price 25 cents per box. Sold by all
"You say you were  iu the saloon at
he time of the  assault referred  to0in
the complaint?'' questioned'the lawyer.
"I was, sor," replied the witness.
"Did you take cognizance of the
barkeeper at the time?"
"I don't know what he called it. sor,
but I took what the rest did."—Milwaukee Sentinel.
Work without worry usually tends to
prolong life. On the other hand, worry,
with or without work, is fatal, because
it uses up what the Doctors call tlie
"Lecithin," a phosphorized fat which
is the chief constituent of the brain and
nervous system—a waste which, if not
stayed in time, means complete nervous wreck. The evident moral is
| "don't worry"—advice easy to give,
and in these days of stress and strain
practically impossible to take. The
alternative is : find some way of replacing the wasted Lecithin—the
phosphorized fat. This absolutely
essential element will be found in
its most perfect, palatable and assimilable form in
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FuDerxl i-.Mlg-os.of every dwciripUon. I
an emulsion of Cod  Liver Oil and R
with Iron, the recognized blood builder
—making FERROL the ideal nutrient it
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For the prevention or treatment of
nervous prostration FERROL is abso-
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The formula of FERROL is freely exposed, consequently
*' You Know
what  you  take"
White Bros., Red Cross Pharmacy
Druggists and Opticians.    Greenwood
Perry JJ?
Facts About
Zam-Buk is different to.tho
oldoi* ointmenb-f and salvcu
in being purely herbal, without trace of animal oil or fat.
Zaui-Bukapplied toan open
sore will immediately kill all
disease, germs and prevent
festering, suppuration or
blood poison.
Zam-Buk has penetrating
power as well as healing
power and used as an embrocation quickly ouroi
rheumatism, sciatica and
Zam-Buk by its miracles of
healing has won the praise
and confidence of iniigig.
trates, doctors, nurses, nnd
men and women who know.
Test it at our expense.
Read carefully the evidence of
Magistrate Perry given below and
you will find that judged by men of
experience who are fully qualified to
decide. Zam-Buk more than fulfils
all that is claimed for it.
£/Vfe-%.<fe/fe.5fc-fe'Vfe*^/<&.',Vtt> -%^-w^%-^^
" The Pavilion,"
Goldfields, B.C.
After a very fair trial I have proved
Zaui-Buk eminently satisfactory. In
my case it cured a skin rash of five
years' standing which no doctor had
been able to do any good for. I
would certainly encourage, any person to keep Zam-Buk in their home.
It truly dot's even more than you
claim for it. For my own part I
would not now be without it in the
house..      Yours very truly,
Justice of the Peace for B.t'.
Thta coupon and lc. stamp
sent to Zam-Buk Co., Toronto
with name of this paper will
ensure you a free trial box.
Zam-lBaR Cures ^^"^KST;,|
Spring eruptions, running -sores, "pn'.-otu-tl wounds,
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Synopsis of Canadian Homestead
ANY available Dominion Lands within the
Railway Belt in British Columbia, maybe homesteaded by anv person who is the sole
head of a family, or any male over 18 years of
aye, to tlie extent of one-quarter section of 160
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made-personallj- 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 months'residence upon and
cultivation of the land in each year forthree
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father is
deceased), of the. homesteader resides upon a
farm in the. vicinity of the land entered for, the
requirements as tn residence may be satisfied
by such person residinjr with the father or
(3 If the settler has his permanent residence
upon farming land owned by him iu the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to
esidence may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months" notice in writing; should be pi veil
to tin: Commissioner of Dominion Lands at
Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre
for soft coal and -f20 for0authracite. Not more
than 320 acres can be acquired bv one individual or companv. Royalty at tne rate, of ten
cents per ton of 2,00 pounds shall be collected
on the cross output.
Deputy of the Minister of Ihe Interior
N.15.—Unauthorized   publication   of ibis ad
^ertisemonl will not be paid for. _2-**o
NOTICE Is hereby (fiven. that sixty 4ay«
afterdate 1 intend to apply to the Hon., tho
Chief Commissioner of Lands aud Works, for
permission to purchase the .following deocrtbad
lands situated in East Yale district: Commencing- at a post marked ]', Colburn'* S. "Jf.
corner post: tlience west 20 chains to land monument on Boundary line; thence nortk 80
chains: thence east 20 chains; thence south 80
chains to the place of commencement, oontaln-
tnu 160-icres,
Datod December 17, 1900.
Certificate of Improvements.
"Maple Leaf Fractional-' Mineral Claim, situate   in   the   Greenwood  Mining  Division of
Yale  District.    Where located:   tu  Skylark
np'AKK NOTICE  That   1,._.   \V.   Groves.
* Free Miner's Certificate No. 5056, Intend,
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to
tbe Minintr Pecorder for a Certificate of* Improvements for the purpose of obtaining: a
Crown Grant of our interest in the above claini.
And further take notice that action nndcr
sections", must be commenced before the is-
nance of sucli certificate of improvements.
Dated this 17th dav of January, 1107.
Customer—How much for that suit
of clothe., if I pay cash?
Tailor—Forty dollar..
Custoirer--How much on credit?
Tailor—Eighty dollars, half it down.
- Cleveland Leader.
Certificate of Improvements.
'■lllack Jlessi" Mineral Claim, situate In the
'fireciiv/cod Miulnir Division of YaleDistrict. Where located: West Fork of Keltle
River near the Rambler Fraction.
TAKE NOTICE that I, John P. McLeod, as
ageni tor I'hilip B. S. Stanhope. Free
Miner's Certilicate No. B92937, "ntend, 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 of the above claim. «
Ami further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.
Dated .•hi»2FJr(l dav of  November, A   D., I'lOO.
I'-y. j. p. mcleod.
Certificate of Improvements
"Bell   Flower'-  Mineral   Claim, situate in the
Greenwood Miiiinir Division of Yale District.
Where located:    In Lony Lake Camp
npAKE  NOTICE   that   1,  Isaac H. Hallett.
* as agent for Spencer Renerman, Free
Miner-s Certificate No. H2122,iutend, sixty days
from the date hereor. lo 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 certificateof improvemente.
Dated this 31st day of December, A.D. 1906.
-•-■•*■ 1. H. HALLETT.
Certificate of Improvements.
"Mable Fractional" Mineral Claim, •Itnate In
the Greenwood Mining OIvIhIoii of Yale District. Where located: In Greenwood Camp.
TAKC NOTICK -hat 1, Isaac H. Hallett.
asAircnt for John Mulligan, Free Miner's Certificate \"o. 112021. intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the Milling
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,
for the pttrnos-.* of obtaining- a Crown Giant of
theabove claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37. must be commenced before the   Issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.
Dated this Jits dav of December. A  D. 1S06.
21-3" I. H. HALLETT.
-*.' BCUNCA  PAY ORE COLUMN  ���very  We  P. Dermotly ;inil ;ism.-i;i n1 *�� bey .-in  worlc mi ihe Riverside on l*'n.i;iv U1.-.1.  A force of .sevi-.n men  is ftnu.o, i:r.l.  Mike Kane hits ret-i:ii; ly relumed  from Spokane, where he ueijoiia'ed tho  sale of >t*veral properties in Skylnik  Camp.  An acci'.leiit to lhe   <<i 111 press >r plant  a-,   the   Providence   mine   on   Tuesday  l;t.-.l h.is resulted in   temporary .-iispen  ���ion :ii lhe works.  OUR GUARANTEE:  NO PAY UNLESS CURED  When You Heed a Specialist, Consult One oi  Wide Experience.  , "We Br�� jcs>t mnr completiiigi o��r twen-  iimtb jm%r at specialists in men's diseases.  Durmff thcM years of clone application to  a aiog I* cIih ot ailmenti wc have originated ��_d psrfcctcd tho only scientific and  csrtaia methods by which these diseases are  ��urad. If w�� accept -your case for treat-  tMat, a cut* i* but a matter of a reasonable  lima.  W�� guarantee every man a llfelone  eura fer Varicocele, Hydrocele, Urethral Obstructions, Blood and Skin Dls-  mmi, Prostatta Troubles, Piles, Fistula, Loss of Vital Power, Kidney,  Bladder and Special Diseases. We  especially offer our services to those  who aro afflicted with weakness as a.  remit of their own follies or excesses.  Our methods are up-to-date, and  aro endorsed by the highest medical  authorities of Europe and America,  Hence our success In tho treatment of  Men's Diseases. Remember, our* specialty is limited to the diseases of MEN  and MEN only.  Wo cover the entire field of nervous,  ���hronle, deep-seated and eomplleated  i-lieasos.  CONSULTATION FREE.  If you caanot call, write for Symptom Blank.  Many casta can be cured at home. All cor-  respoadaac* coafideaUal.  If the plans in., connection with tin*  Granby smelting plant as at present  contemplated are carried out, the tfianl  company of the Boundary will pres  ently have a reduction capacity of a  million and a quarter lon.i ajinunlly.  The Napoleon at Marcus, owned by  the B. C. Copper Co., is being rapidly  developed into a great mine. A mile  tramway is being- installed. The company is planning to erect a cyanide  plant fot reduction of one class of il..  i re that runs well in gold.  Al Morrison, who wms in charye of  the Moreen when work was .suspended  last fall, is in town arranging to renew  operations on a larger scale. The  company has been financed by influential people and the property will be  developed into a mine. A compressor  planl ia to be installed at once.  MINERS' UNION ELECTS  Greenwood Minera' union No. 22, W.  F. M., held its oemi-annual meeting  last Saturday evening. The following  officers were elected: President, Frank  Steel; first vice president, J. D. Davidson; second vice president James  Hickey; financial secretary, !���".. A,  Matheson; recording secretary, J. S.  Matheson; warden, Dan Inglis, conductor, W. V. Richards; treasurer, Jas.  H. Higgins.  LARGE ORCHARD  SCOTT  MEDICAL COMPANY  ,     109 Marias St., Car. Tint Ave.,  SEATTLE, WASH.  DEVELOPING MINERAL RESOURCES  So many new and apparently unswr-  mountable engineering ob.tacles in  connection with the development of  mineral resources in the west have been  overcome successfully> that Americans  ^areLpr.on..to���imagin<^  learn from the experiences of some of  the other important mining countries.  This mistake, typically American,  partly explains why progress has not  been made in certain western mining  camps. For instance, there it nowhere  undertaken in the west so extensive  and comprehensive a plan of water  supply for desert camps as has just  been completed tn Australia. In that  country 914,000,000 has been spent to  deliver water 350 miles at an elevation  of 1,300 feet, to the Coolgardie gold  field. Were the water supply better  in certain parts of the west in our own  coHMtry there would be a more energetic development of the mines. In  South Africa diamond drilling in exploring work has attained points of  perfection which are not often shown  in America. The Mexican miner has  successfully applied the cyanide process to low grade silver ores, even more  cxtfttssively than is being dune in the  United States. Mexican and South  American miners have reduced transportation over mountain roads to a  science, and attempt profitable operations in localities that would be considered impracticable even tothe Rocky  mountain nsine owner. Metallurgical  plants in Europe in some respects can  make a closer saving fhan American  institwtions. 80," on the whole, the  Amerioan man can profit by studying  operations in other countries, notwith-  standtag the remarkable development  and astonnding progress that has been  made in the industry in our country.���  Mining World.  C��l*. at  tine Greenwood  Bakery for  ciaa_ bread.  Martin Burrel of Grand Forks, who  ia doubtless the best posted man in the  interior of the7 province on fruit culture, has interested a number of hi*  friends in an orchard enterprise. They  have bought 100 acres of admirable  adapted land on the Gilpin ranch and  will put out 60'acres, or 4,000 trees, this  spring. The company paid $125 an  acre for the land. It will only be a  few years until the land will be paying  interest; on an investment that will  grow to $ 1,000 an acre.  LONDON AROUSED  The greatest popular demonstration  seen in London in many years occurred  there quite recently, when uncounted  thousands marched through the principal streets of Trafalgar Square, where  a mass meeting was hold in opposition  to the Socialistic policy of the London  County Council. The municipal reformers were themselves astonished at  the evidence given of the popular revolt against the extravagance and incompetence shown in municipal own-  ership^^expexyne^s^^^which^ have   so  damaged London's credit.  The processiou was more than a mile  long and included many unique features. Fifty men carried hods of rotten  bricks from the Council's famous brick  making yards at Norbury. Others  carried some of the Council's surplus  Austrian blankets from a lot of 2,000  unloaded upon the municipality- because  a requisition for 200 had a cipher added  to it.  There were 50 powerful gramophones  in line, which ground out fervid comments upon the "waetrals" for the delectation cf the great crowds along the  route. Cartoons and election mottoes.  without number were carried upon  drays and floats. A huge representation of a Couaty Council steamboat  waa inscribed "One man, one boat."  "Down with the wastrels," was the  cry most frequently heard amonc the  cheering multitudes. The enthusiasm  was greatest in Traftlgar Square,  which waa literally packed, many  thousands being unable to get within  earshot of Nelson's monument, Jwhich  was used as a rostrum.  There,were speeches by half a dosen  members of the House of Commons  and leaders of the Municipal Reform  party, and the meeting adopted a  resolution setting forth that "this  mass meeting of London ratepayers  indignantly protests against the in-  creasiag burdea of rates caused by  the Progressive Socialist party and  pledges itaelf to exert cverv effort to  turn the wastrels out on March 2, and  place in power the party of municipal  reform."  Lea don ia now plastered from ead to  lhe kind of '  Waterproof  Oiled Clothing  that stands the  hardest service  Dd\&uI_now  Made fov all \&r&&  of wet work or sport j  SOLD EVERYWHERE  ^AVVW '  Let me sell you a  C  On Time  K  w  Do you Un. tv ti^re is big  money in raising poultry''  Do you know' <ny incubator will _ a. vou a big-  o ger profit ,ian any  other thip.o; ������ jm can  have on your p.ace ?  Well thesi Y.iings are  true. Thousands 01 people all  over Canada have proved it  'every year for the last five years.  I want to quote you a price  on my Chatham Incubator,���  sold ONTIMEand on a 5-year  guarantee. I want to send yon  my Chatham book. This incubator . book is free���I'll send it  to you for just a postal card.  It tells you how to make moneyav. of  chickens.  Chutliam Incubators and Brooders  will make you money, for a Chatham  Incubator will t.atch a live, healthy  chicken out ot every fertile eue put  into it, in2_ days.  Will you write for my book to-day?  Just say on a postal*"Please send 1110  your Incubator Book"���that's all.  Address me personally.  Manson Campbell  President  Tlie Manson Campbell Co., Ltd.  Dept.   F22.    Chatham. Ont,  NOTE���1 carry  l.-irijestocksand  ship promptly  from brunch  houses at Cal-  t'.iry.AHa.iMon-  treal.Qiie.jBran.  (ton, Man.j Halifax, N.S.; Victoria, Bv C, and  factory at Chst-  i ham..  \__  end with election posters and cartoons,  and it is 110 exaggeration to say that  public interest in the pending campaign surpasses that in a national  election. This augurs well for the  reform movement, for if a heavy vote  is cast nothing can prevent the overwhelming defeat of the party which  has controlled municipal affairs for the  last eighteen years.  ELECTRIC 9H0T-F1RIKG  The new order relating to the use of  explosives in' coal mines in Great  Britain, effective March 1, 1007, states  that shots may only be fired by electricity or by a permitt id igniter fuse,  subject to the existing proviso as to  the stse of safety fuse in any mine in  which inflammable gas has not been  found within the previous three months  in such a quantity as to  be  Indicative  of danger.   , ;:^=  Where the charge is fired by an electric apparatus, the shot cfirer shall not  use a cable for the purpose which is  leps than twenty yards long. He shall  himself couple up the cable to the  charge, and shall do so before coupling  the cable to the firing apparatus. He  shall also himself couple the cable to  the firing apparatus., Before doing so,  he shall see that all persons in the  vicinity have taken proper shelter.  Should the charge miss fire he shall  immediately disconnect the cable from  the firing apparatus.  JUvery electric firing apparatus shall  be provided with a movable handle or  safety plug, or push button, which  shall not be placed in position or operated until the shot is required tO be  fired, and which shall be removed or  rele-ised us coon as a shot has been  fired. The removable handle or safety  plug shall at all times remain in the  personal custody of the shotfirer while,  on diity.  In the case of two or more shots, being fired in the same place, but not  simultaneously, the shot firer musl  make an examination before each shot.  DISSOLUTION NOTICE  ���VrOTICE Is hereby giren that tbe partner  L _L tMiip heretofore existing between Roy <_  llo'iisr Uros.. hotel keepers, has this day been  dissolved, and the business hereafter will be  carried ou by A. A. Roy and O. Boyer. All  mo ut r �� now due the above Bran is to be paid tu  the undersigned, and who will assume til uu-  oaiii accounts.  Dated at G reenwood. Feb. 23,190".  A. A. ROY  U-l'i O. BOYE*_,  We have them from $10 111 1900 leaves us, with three  good drop head machines ll ai we had to take buck and  which we are offering at r.'iirrri prices. Call and see  theni at once, as we bav<- ..nlv three .left; S3 a month  takes a new drop head Singer or Wheeler & Wils.,n, the  two best machines on the market today.  W. H. LAMONT, Agent  Copper Street.  Greenwood,  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  j  ^uitiiuiaiiiiiuu;uiatuuiiaiiiiiuuiiiuuiutmtiiuatiuui_:  9  s a  eason  Why we are turning out more Job  Printing than any other office in the  Boundary Country. Big claim isan't.it?  Finest  Assortment of Types and Materials,  More and Better Presses,  Never Substituting Cheap Stock,!  Employing only the best Mechanics,  Work Delivered when Promised/  That's The  Reason  THE  BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES, LTD.  5=  tfw'mtwiWHfr^  ]S A JE3L ��� _^ ^ -^  1 -JE-*  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-CUSS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  '���..���wl-g  House, si'jrri nnd all exterior and  and interior painting and decor  ating* promptly done.  UJall Papering  End Kalsominin.  Send in your spring orders.  Qeo.BXbotnpson  Box 255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  The Nelson Daily News states that a  piece of ore sent to a local assayer for  qualitative analysis was found to be  cinnabar ore. the first of the kinl  known to have been discovered in the  "N'elsou mining district.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Ruby" Mineral Claini, situate in the Greenwood Minhijr Division of Yale "District.  Where located:    In Kimberly Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, Isaac'K. Hallstt, as  aifsnt for Edward Pops, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B2114 intend sixty days from the  date hereof, to applv to the Milling Recorder  lor a Certificate pf Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the abore  claim.  And further take notice that action under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of nuch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 5th day of March, A.D.190".     26-3*  I. H. IiAI.I.ETT.  MCRAE BROS. & SMITB. LIMITED  NOTICE Is hereby given, that three months  from the date hereof, the Company here  tofore bearing the name McRae Bros. & Smith,  Limited, will apply to the Lieutenant-Governor  in Council for au. order changing its'-'name lo  McRae Brothers, Limited. '  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this 9th day of  February, A. I). 1907.  ARTHUR M. *WHITESIDE.  24-�� Solicitor for the said Company, >  f Im  m  D1"*ti'\��  J  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ' "-t-iT|.i--r ������ :��������>>���>������..���������-���-������:������.���*-.���:'������������.-������_ "        r*" ��� -      ,,���   /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor.,  Notary Ptkcic  Cable Address:       " lUiiim.''  I Bedford M'Netll's  Codes < Moreing- & "Nsal't.  I Leiber's  Grbenwood, B. C.  F. M.LAMB,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office with F.W, McLaine.  Coppre Street. Greenwood, B. C  W. H. JEFFERY,  Consultlnc? Mining- Engineer.  Properties examined and reported  on.   Will  take, charg-o of dcvelopnieiH work'.  Correspondence nolicited.  GREENWOOD.  S.   C.  One of   the   best  appointed  working-men's  Hotel  in the'city.  The finest of bars, stocked with  the best  WINES,  LIQUORS  and CIGARS  .Lighted   throughout   with   elec-   X  tircity.    Hot and cold  baths.  ; KATES:  ,,  Board and room $1 per day.  } Strictly First-Glass Service. (  <>0<>0<>00<KK^OO'0<KH*K��*K>0<*KJ^CK-i  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Deak::!,- 'in"' Sash,   Doors,  Ti.:'-*-.i'* ed Work and  l-aside Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED*  GREENWOOD,   :   B. 1.1  �� PHONE 65. ��  OOOO 00000-6-0000 O O-O-OOO OOO o oo  ~%f 7B"��n_������s  mm  ra~~ a�� *^-oo - *^B��*'  -A.ND-  Stages leave daily For Ferry,  Wash., Mother Lode Mine, and  Phoenix. West Fork stage  twice a week.  COMPLETE LINES OF  PIPES, CIGARS and  TOBACCOS.  J. A. CHE  TOWN 2OTICS  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Naden-Flood  block.  Jas. Foulds is on shift this week as  chief of police.  S, T. Larsen of Rock Creek, was in  Greenwood during- the week.  Mr. Borrett, traveling- auditor for  the C. P. R., was in the city on official  business this week.  V.,���V. & E. trains now run through  to Oroville, reaching- there about 10  o'clock in the evening-.  The city has not yet got around to  thiil long-promised bath tub for tho  fire boys, to use after afire.  The Associated Board of Trade of  Eastern B. C, will meet in convention  in Greenwood on Wednesday, 13th inst.  W. Y. Williams of Spokane, consulting engineer- of the great Granby interests, was a Boundary visitor this  week.  Mr. Charles Peterson is again looking after his Greeuwood interests and  incidentally shaking- hands with his  friends.    He is located in Spokane.  1907 Wall Paper now in stock. Send  for us. Let us give yeu a figure on  your work. Prices right and satisfaction guaranteed. McRaeBros.       26-27  Harry Shallenberger is expected to  e.rrive in town in a few days to superintend . plans in connection with the  development of the Moreen in Dead-  wood camp.  S. C. Holman, for some years superintendent of the Mother Lods, arrived  last week to discharge the duties of  Mr. Keffer's office during- the latter  gentleman'a trip ea��t.  The report is current that Mike  Kane, incited by the wise action of his  old friend Jimmy Marshall in taking  to himself a. wife, has followed suit,  and will begin housekeeping in Phoenix.  Mr. McGowan, who has been -in  chaVge of the local C. P. R. telegraph  office since Miss McQuinn resigned,  has been transferred to Montreal. Miss  D. TE. Crowley of Nelson, is now in  charge.  Mrs. Forbes M. Kerby of Grand  Forks, who has a host of friends in  Greenwood, where she formerly resided, arrived in the city today for a  visit with Mrs. Matheson on Kimberly  avenue.  Mr. W, H. Allison .nd family, late  manager of the Canadian Bank of  Commerce here, left on Saturday's  Canadian Pacific for the coast, where  they expect to make their future residence. .       ��� r  James Ritchey and Sons, who operate a large saw mill at Maud, have  purchased the planing mill machinery  in the old Stack mill owned by I. H.  Hallett, and are moving it this week  :or installation at their plant.  A recent arrival in th? camp by the  name of Pearson, recently died at the  Sisters' hospital, in rather destitute  circumstances. Ola Lofstad, coming  to know of the matter, interested himself in securing him a respectable  burial by the city.  =����� fed^TAnderso tif^wh o-h as-been---co n-  oected with the Greenwood Waterworks company for the last nine years,  has accepted a position as electrician  with the Da'.y Reduction Co. at 'Hedley,  B. C. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson left last  Saturday for their uew home.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone %  Wallace-Miller Block, open ev.iiii:;:s.  Mrs. J. F. Robillard of Trail is visiting with Mrs. J. J. Caulfield.  A plate for the baby t at stands for  economy and cleanliness. It costs you  one dollar and it is worth the price.  McRae Bros. 26-27  At. the'Methodist church next Sunday the Rev, Dr. White of New Westminster, will preach a missionary sermon both morning and evening.  Estelle, daughter of L. A. Smith of  Anaconda, who has been very ill with  pneumonia, is progressing nicely on  the way to recovery.  An application was made on Monday  last to Judge Brown, on behalf of  Joshua Perkins, asking that Wm. M.  Ewart be made administrator,, of the  estate of the late Benjamin Perkins,  in lieu of A. C. Sutton, official administrator. The application was not entertained.  Mr. J. H. Brownlee of Montreal,  manager of the territory from Satilt  Ste Marie to the Pacific, for the Semi-  Ready Clothing company, is in tiwu.  He reports the company's western business booming���growing every day.  P. W. George & Co. are the representatives of the company in this city.  The Times has secured a new press  and expects to issue a new seven column paper next week, Mr. Thomas  Gathers, from the A. T. Collis & Co,  print shop, Rossland, will be in charge  of the press department, and his experience in this and other first-class  establishments leads us to believe that  the character of work done in the  Times hereafter will be-' better than  ever before.  G. O. Guise of Westbridge, reports  business very good this winter, both in  the hotel and merchandise line. A  large amount of lumber is being cut  on the Main Kettle and West Fork in  the vicinity of Westbridge. There are  about 15 camps on the two streams,  employing over 100 men. These camps  make a fine market for the produce of  the farmers near by.  ��� . V.  Mr. Frederick Keffer left on Friday-  last for a month's trip to the east. He  will attend -tuTS-Tlning Institute to be  held iu Toronto, a.nd of which body he  is president, and go thence to the head  offices of his company in New York to  confer with his principals. Mr. Keffer  has been severely overworked for some  time past, and his friends trust his en  joy meat of the trip will equal his  deserts in the matter.  Jas. McCreath and Albert Logan,left  on Tuesday morning's Great Northern  for an extended trip. They, intend  taking in Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto,  Hamilton,.,) Buffalo and Boston. The  return trip had, not been definitely  settled, but it is expected to embrace  New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Salt  Lake, Denver and Butte. Nothing was  said of Puyallup, but as they have a  license to "butt in" wherever and  whenever they wish, they may take a  look at the big hop country.  We are   sorry   to   observe that   the  present management of the Times does  not merit  the approval  of our  neighbor, the Ledge.    But we must' ask that  g"reat family journal to charge our mistakes up  to  want of experience.    For  eight years past the  experience  of the  *present-tnaiiag_;__i.a*________p^J;tied==tp_  this one paper, and hence our views  have not received the broadening that  the building up and breaking down of  a paper in almost every town in the  interior has given the intellectual and.  responsible head of the Ledge.  ^iuuiiaiuiuuuaiiiaauiuiuiuuuuiuiuuiiuuiuiu.  fa  tEr_E_m��ia:n,,nini_sw. .-iS-iutim. * am wmnuxna  PROPRIETOR  ^tf^tfz BOUNDA'tV   VAU.V'Y   LODGE���  "���'������������'.'k,-.^ No. J*.  Meets  every   Tuesday..Evening at   .���< '���'>  in   '.li?  j, <���>. O. P. Hall.    A  cordial  iiivi in tion i*. ox  icmled to all soiourniiitr lir.vJi.-rn.  K.  ii.-MORTIMliR. 17 AXDEK'.-OX.  N. fi. N*i*o.-S.-i-  CARD OF THANKS  To members of I. O- O. 17   and "am  ilies���The undersigned wish to express  their thanks   for   the   kind   assistance  rendered  in   serving supper given   at  the I. O. O. F. ball.  Greenwood Rkbkk.vh Lodge No. IS.  ���.9  ������.'*'-' j!  :;:. \  :S 6  -��' 8  - I  --������������* *,  _ ��.-.����� *  ���**> g  ...,*����� -* *v  *-:f. i  .1  ty  "fxiTH t*rrr�� itmm  Monday and Tuesday  I!    ���-,--  IN THE HANDS OF AN INEXPERIENCED PERSON. IE THERE IS SOMETHING  ���WRONG WITH IT BRING IT TO A  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER. OUR  SPECIALTY IS WATCH REPAIRING.  0UR1tfi0RK IS GUARAKT&EB  Always Ask for  .IS**-*-***--*'*'-'**-**^^  ft-    ' ���������'�����������  a        ��� , '.-.-��  '*  _      85     $   3! 85     8 -n ���   ; *  ...       *  fit)  _) IStW Br'k* 0     .  ���   '       -  ���- *  _^r^-,  ������..    j.   . i   .     "���  *���'   B   ���������   ������ ���=-' .*  ���'*.  #  ���"    '   B  ��� .   *  *  '*-���  DEALERS IN-...  a  .  ,v ���  a ���  _  n  t>  .      . B  B  B  *J>  ^-^K-iSBBB��^aBBBttKBBBB��B������ii����B��BBA^^^Ba#^6��&^B^-����iftittB*k  Just  received,   a  fine  carload of   Eastern   Oysters,"  Clams, Crabs, Lobsters and all kinds of  Shell Eish  .*.: Kta-t-* H!Wl��_fl.��_*JM_l'J m_H-VKl<nitt*U��1*_1I3__TV tssomuskTaxL till IU11  ���ii"^i*t:JiOTTT.TJt-.-��*JiiTMt��T^^Mnsr1-i-f^.i��tjt^���������������^wi-.��H��.��^��^.t^-��� Hi"'^rrfTTV'ri"-*--"t���~T��ntn-lTTT��n>TT'jirTMi_-g-|a^Ti*in na  SMOKED    FISH  it  Einnen Haddie, Salmon,*' Halibut, Kippered Herring  V.  VtT*.^  T   CO.  SlKSSSEEESSEaiiBl^^  i;;^-s_=T^v-��**'>-^*��*in��n��^BiFiu_j--c��i��!irt-^^ ���  i ::.  Subscriptions received for any tnag-  asine or papei. *ent direct to vou. at  publisher's price. This saves you boll*,  money and'trouble. McRaeBros.   26-27  The place to buy is where they iiav.'  the best goods Ifr tlie lensi money-  That's A. L. White & Co., h^use furnishers.   Phone 16. 26,  ���*-' s  ���"*-"' i  --�� 3  3 I  *.r? s  ���. (-:���  5      ��"*���  jl     _*���"���-������  i  Copper Street  -cuiumms-*  TB*  ���iif.'��m  D,     Prop  r f\~rS-*.,S^J\*s'~- S-**.-  ..'V1r'vV-~\r^-v  COM    PAN    Y  Mon. "The Mascot" i nn [\m\i\n  Tue.   "The. Governor^ Wife"   \ []} I'-GU|ll0-  Watch for the Beauty Chorus.  .-;���:-,",-. <=nn��saiS_i5) smaamaxsw i_sx_s< sxas&ssKi'Jtu ��n_n��K'.!SE_B_ _�� .  I FRESH OYSTERS,      HOT TAMALES  I SPRING CHICKEN  f . .       .  I     In fact everything' in season is served at  "I  (���5  ACIF1C    CAFE  Seats now on sale at Thomas' and Wh't.**-- -)r  r.^-*  _A        *i**  Tices  ���u.  m!>  ���7\      i\f>  !   - LUNCH COUNTER  \ Open at all Hoars. Prompt Service.  mm*wvatMmw?w*^^-**-.'^^r.r^^j^zz'rci.7 -i.r-  iiiinini^mtin^^HnuHnmn^nnnmmnimimn^  ;*   MOORE & MCELROY.  Proprietors.  I9C  I /  (t  ^  all the trouble of baking day turned  into one of pleasure for the sni  sum of  THE LORD'S DAY ACT  Watch    our  next  week.  ���~*h&zP*T The  Russell-Law -Cau  Furnishings  Hardware  Groceries  Now Presumed  to  Be  in  Force.  EXCEPTIONS   NUMEROUS  Wnat the Outcome Will Be Remains to  Be Seen But Doubts Obtain as  tothe Act's Efficiency  *#��*O��*����0*<-���#*��'.���* *��o'i-*:'��'����*-:t-a*-**-:-:-  *  *  *  *  ��  ��  *  ��  i  B  B  ���B  B  B  ! Roll. Too.-<^w��w,  Book Cases,  Arm and Otiice  v/Hell PS}  I   The Prices Will Sell These Goods.  I We are going to sell these so you  beeter take a look at them.  I A. L. WH  Phone 16.  '&*> a&BBi* #WQB&B��:#*KiB'#&BB  B  B  B  B  ��  O  C-  a  B  fl-  St  ft  ��  i_  B  li  B  B  B  B  B  *  *  *  B  ft ���  *  12  tt  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  B  ft  ft  ~B~  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  *  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  i      JL      _Lac(T WW \^f ^mmf Q  House Furnishers  ������������������������������#�����*�����*-�� ft ft ft ft ft-J'******"* ���������������� tsftft��*��-:**;HR ft ����� ftftftftftftcftft*  According to the Los Angeles Mining Review, the New York stock exchange hao taken a "tumble to itself."  Only quite recently, ax also In former  times, it�� governing board decidedothat  no mining- stock could be, or would be,  listed. Mining stocks were a bad lot,  so wretchedly bad and irredeemable  that they could not be permitted to  keep company with industrials and  Other high toned stocks, such as only  dealt with on the New York stock exchange. But now its governing board  la of a different way of thinking. Its  mesabern have reached the conclusion  that a respectable mining stock is just  as respectable as any other kind of  atock, no they have rescinded their!  interdict; have decided to no longer  taboo mining stocks, rather they will  welcome them to their told. The  Granby Consolidated of British Colum  bia, has the honor of being- the first  to be enrolled on the exchange's list.  Alaska's production of copper during  thr��* years wn as follows: In 1904,  2,043,586 pounds; 1905,4,703,600 pounds;  1886 (MtiauUd). 6,250,000 pounds.  FROM 20 TO  SO PER CENT.  SAVED ON YOUR GROCERY BILLS  We sell at retail at lowest wholesale  priceK, Hotel and boardinghouse keeper*, farmers, miners and lumbermen  will find it to their advantage to investigate us.  WE PAY THE  FREIGHT  to any railway station in British  Columbia.   We  only  handle fikst  CLA58    A"KD    PORE    GOODS.      We    JUSr-  antee prompt delivery. No order too  small, none too lar^e. Writjc for  our prick list. IT IS FREE. Be  con-rinced  that  you can save   money.  NORTHWESTERS    SUPPLY    HOUSE  259-261 Stanley St.. WINNIPEG, Man,  Subscribe For lhe Times/$2  The new Lord's Day Act is now presumably in effect, but whether or not  it will prove beneficial legislation, re  mains to be seen. It may result in  certain cessation of work and sport on  the Sabbath day. If this should result it will be well. But that it will  add to the number of those who attend  religious worship on the Sabbath is  gravely doubted. It does not now'ap  pear as if the provincial authorities  would make any serious effort to carry  the law into effect in British Columbia  at least. Should this condition of  thing-s ensue, then, fo far as.we are  concerned, the law had better not been  -writ, because every law violated or  evaded weakens a people's respect for  law in general.  We incline to the idea that the law's  imperfections and exceptions will work  its undoing. For example, a newspaper may not issue on the Sabbath day,  but it may on Monday. The large  part of a Sunday newspaper is prepared before midnight on Saturday, a  comparatively small part of the working force being necessary for the production of the paper, for several hours  before its issue. Ou the other hand,  a greater part of the work on a Monday morning paper is done on Sunday  afternoon and evening, and a small  part of it on Monday morning.  Then, again, the many things excepted from the working of the law  tnake.it appear very weak and ineffective. It would seem as if any interest  that chose to make a strong showing  why it should be excepted was put  down on the list. The following may  be noted as among lines of work ex  cepted:  The drug business, telegraph ant1  telephone companies, electric H-rht,  water and gas companies; works necessary in operating mines and smelters, loading and unloading steamers  and trains, necessary work in. railway  yards, the livery stable business, delivery of milk, watchmen, the work of  domestic eerrants and family driving  and boat sailing.  These, and other exceptions, show  the difficulty that must have attended  the making of the law.  Some of the exceptions were made  evidently because clearly identified  with works of mercy.  But if furnaces may be kept coaled  up, because to do otherwise would  work loss, or if pumps may be kept  going, because otherwise damage would  ensue, why might not a freighter on a  long journey keep his team going  rather than be compelled to hitch up to  a-tree 4n.----.the^w.ilderness_at_niidnig.ht  Saturday and wait for midnight Sunday? And if the sale of milk be allowed, why may not the  sale of fruit?  And if a speculator in stocks be  allowed to use the telegraph wires on  Sunday for Monday's operations why  may not a merchant be allowed to take  inventory of his stock?  And ia the report of a gun .on Sud-  day more disquieting- to one' than the  tooting of a train, or the exhaust of an  engine?  We do not point out these inequalities in the law in any captious spirit,  but merely to * how the difficulties that  would arise in endeavoring to work the  la J  We believe :ti the Sabbath as an  institution, and in the church as an institution, but we can hardly see how  the former may be bettered or the latter  filled by this law.  We have seen in our own midst the  growth of sentiment in favor of the  Sabbath as a day of rest. We have  seen stores closed and churchea built  by the compelling power of self respect.  We, in the west, are far behind the  east iu Sabbath regard, but when the  east was as we are, in a frontier stage,  was it any better than we? And yet  its present standards were evolved,  slowly but surely, not so much by law  as by public sentiment. Law in advance of public sentiment i* apt to b*n  violated, and every law violated with  impunity weakens all law. We inclina  to the view that healthier political  practices and cleaner political methods  would quicken public sentiment quite  as rapidly as this law.  IF SO WE CAW SUTIT YOUR TASTE  Our Coffees range in price from 25 cents per pound,  and we feel sure that a trial order will no doubt give  ns YOUR Coffee Business.  Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd,  'The Big Store"  H 4- 4r- 4- 4*- 4* 4- 4- 4-1 4- 4*- 4�� 4s 4-- 4,4,4��4,4*4,4��4,4-4,4,JK  ������� t-$��  Jf Nice convenient cottage in nortli end of town,          *��  ** with large garden.                                                            ���      *r  T* Seven-roomed house in south end of town.   Well         ,jT  "** furnished and up-to-date.                                                     '&  T Two-roomed house with 25xl00-foot lot.    Cloie         ����  *** in, $500.                                                                                   T  ��g�� ��� ���   *            ~         ^                            .  �����$�����  4�� Houses, rooms, cabins and shacks in all parts of         ifj��  ��&-. the town to rent.                                                                    ��g��  4*�� Mines, Stocks.Real (Estate and Insurance.                '   ���*����  * '  :   *  | Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd. %  ��$�� GEO. R. NADEN. Manager                          ��$.  ���$�� P.O. Box 126,                BROKERS                Greenwood, B. C ^��  ^��*^^^^^^.^^^^^^^^��^j|,^jj*^^*|*^.^^.'JS  ���������X^*^-**-**-**-'**---'*^^  7 v -j \wmmff fef  ���k'7 77-^W     '\  ... )m^m P  ,J#7^-'''7^  ^=H...;-77 ��� ;7\-.777l!!/i'  ���::%  ,-���  ���' ���*! 'j;  ur  %  For beauty, styles, dtira-  r-7'vi,^| bility and usefulness  combined with jnoder-  at   price cur  | Dressers, Stands, Sideboards, Dining f  Room Tables and Chairs  have no superior.  We are leaders in Furniture.  ~JIUiiUZJLLEYL&  %   ;   Furniture Dealers and Undertakers.   Greenwood and Midwaay.       \  _H*--M&**:"<'.��-<'-^~'**'^  ara:  FoJt RENT���Furnished  ��_d$5,S0.    H. J. Clint.  cabins,  S6.50  26 27  TO REPRESENT THE  "The Ontario Fire Insurance Co.,"  "The Dominion Fire Insurance Co.,"  "The Accidenc Fire Insurance Co.,"  "The Accident & Guarantee Co., of Canada,"  " The New York Plate Glass Insurance Co., "  ���' The Indemnity Advertising Co.''  The above companies are all operatmgrunder Dominion charters and are not affiliated with any combination. Thus they are  able to quote the best and fairest terms to insurers.  Make rour application for territory at once, stating  your experience and giving references.    Write fully to  THE   INSURANCE   AGENCIES,   LT'D.  GENERAL AGENTS, VANCOUVER.  ���^1  1-f'r-*iVF'-..F^^


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