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 '.���.,i. ;  \-,.v,v t  Vol. 11.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY  FEBRUARY 1, 1907.  No. 22  The   Meeting  Saturday  Night   was   a Good  Indication of Public Opinion.    Sure Victory.  The Liberal meeting iu the Auditor- j  ium on Saturday night was the biggest  political gathering ever held in Greenwood, or perhaps in the Boundary district. Long before the meeting opened  thr* hall wa* filled, and by the time the  first speaker had begun his address  standing room was at a premium. All  three candidates of the Greenwood  riding were in attendance, and as each  appeared he was enthusiastically received by his own particular following.  The meeting was at times exciting  and tumultuous, in fact almost riotous-  due to ineffectual efforts on the part of  the Conservatives and their allies, the  Socialists, lo annoy and harass, the  Liberal candidate while addressing the  audience. It was plainly apparent that  a well understood plan of campaign in  regard to the meeting, existed between  the Tory and Socialist factions, and  that G. R. Naden had been selected as  the center of;attack from the combined  forces. However, theyunderestimated  their man. The Liberal standard  bearer stood to his guns like a veteran  and answered ever)-'question fairly  and squarely  in a way   that  won  him  many supporters. Before entering:  upon a discussion of the main issues of  t he campaign Mr, Naden paid his respects to the critics of his civic administration. Regarding the $500 graft  charge, published in the last issue of  the Greenwood Ledge, he showed that  at tlie time the appropriation was made  he was not even in Canada, and therefore could not be held responsible for|  what occurred in his absence. He  contrasted the finances of Greenwood  today with what they were five years  ago, and declared that if provincial  finances were in the same healthy condition he w luld not be on the platform  as an antagonist of the McBride government. ,  Coming to his attitude upon the!  smelter eight hour law, the question '  raised by his Socialist opponents, he  stated his position as that which he  had already announced through the  columns of the Boundary Creek Times,  and read to the audience the m-ftch disputed letter from the union recording  the union's appreciation of hia services  in their behalf. He announced his belief- in   the  'justice   of a   compulsory  eight hour law for employees whose  occupation was dangerous and unhealthy and stated further that a compulsory eight hour law for all kinds of  labor had no terrors for him, and when  the question came to the front, as come  it. must, he would be found giving it  his cordial support.  Comins. to the matter of the govern  ment appropriations for roads, etc., he  showed that while the Similkameen  riding, represented by a supporter of  the administration, had drawn $72,000  of public funds, during the McBride  regime, Greenwood had been favored  in the same period with but $9,000, and  promised, if elected, he would be party  to no auch unjust discrimination.  In a general criticism of the late administration he showed conclusively  the friendship existing between the  administration and the G. T. P., and  in connection with the railroad taxation question announced his intention  of supporting a measure conferring  upon municipalities the right to tax  railroad property within their borders,  denounced the system of subsidizing  railroads with, money: or land, and  stated his .intention of opposing a con -  tinuation of this policy if elected to  the house.  Mr. Naden,-who was repeatedly interrupted by volleys of questions from  the Socialist quarter. of the audience,  gave a ciean, concise statement of his  Fine French  French   and  ebony and  Ladies' a  hack ^re 7 bmj|B7 Hair  50c. to $5.  o   ;.,*-������ 7:  Hand   Brushes, bone,  wood backs, 25c to $3.  Hat Brushes, Infant Brushes^  Gents' Reform Combs.  era'.' S0RTH WINB0W  DRUG  CO.  >7.;_c-_<--_g_;_ra_ai-^_iux^  ! c omMen c in Or  SATURDAY, JAN. 5th  |   And  Running  for  Two   Weeks  Only,   We  Will   1  Place on Sale Our Entire Stock of  WINTER   GOODS  at greatly reduced prices. Alt broken lines must  go. This will be an opportunity to purchase  staple and fancy goods at discounts varying from  twenty to fifty per cent. Do not fail to take  advantage of it.  %W.toM.'W��:��>>y..,---t-<-'^^  3WS_  SEE   HAN       BILLS.   FOR  PARTICULARS  recmuogyrangng:  KxK^asn^^  Womens* Goods  's Goods.  attitude on the various local and provincial issues, and surprised even his  friends by his thorough knowledge of  the questions that enter into this  campaign.  Mr. E. G. Warren, the Conservative  candidate, who was well received, followed Mr. Naden in a short address.  Mr. Warren did not attempt lo go fully  into any question. He referred to the  improved financial condition of the  province, claiming credit for the McBride administration on this account.  He twitted the leader of the opposition  regarding his policy, which lie wished  to hear explained, and announced his  willingness to stand or fall by the ad  ministration of Mr McBride.  Mr, Edgar Dynes, the Socialist candidate, next occupied the platform. He  began by a short reference to the meat  scandal, but quickly passed from that  to an attack on the attitude of the Liberals on questions relating to labor  legislation, denying credit to Macdon -  aid\ or his supporters for any of the  measures now in force. The presence  of Mclnnes and Ross was cited as examples of the interference of the Ottawa government in provincial affairs,  and made use of the Rossland Miner's  roorback about Mclnnes not wishing  support of labor men. Mr. Dynes here  created the only unpleasant feature of  the meeting, refusing to take his chair  when his time was up, with the cause  quence that for the next ten minutes  the meetiug was in an .uproar. Eventually the Socialist candidate was compelled to abandon his attempts to force  himself upon the audience and resumed  his seat amidst a fusilude of jeers from  his opponents and shouts of encouragement from his supporters.  Mr. F; J, Deane, of Nelson, followed  in a brief speech, in which he handled  Hawthornthwaite's record in the house,  showing that it had disgusted even his  .Socialist friends to such an extent that  some of the candidates now in the field  had repudiated him as a leader.  7.Mr. J.������ A.���-Macdonald, the Liberal  leader, closed the meeting in what was  generally recognized as the best political speech ever heard in Greenwood.  When he began his remarks, the  meeting had not quite subsided from  the turmoil created by the Socialist  speaker's endeavor to -force himself  upon the audience, and questions aud  interruptions were the order of the day,  but in a few minutes Mr. Macdonald  was in control of the meeting and hia  re marks were followed closely by even  his strodgest p&litical foes. The Liberal leader replying to the Socialist  candidate, explained fully . his attitude  on all questions affecting labor, and  showed how his attempts to-improve  the workingmen's compensation act  had been blocked for political purposes  by J. H. Hawthornthwaite. Continuing  ou matters relating to labor improvement, he stated his disapproval of the  system of paid immigration, as being  unjust to men who paid their own way  here, and announced his intention,-if  returned with a .Liberal majority, of  creating an immigration bureau to deal  with such matters, as it came entirely  within the limits c-f provincial authority to do so.  Mr. Macdonald then paid his respects  to the McBride railway policy, showing  that the unpaid taxes due from C. P, R.  railway lands would have been more  than sufficient to meet the amount for  which the assessment act was necessary.  Coming to the better terms question,  Mr. Macdonald showed that by mutual  arrangement the question was not to  be considered a party one. That the  Liberal members in the legislature had  assisted the government in its effortis  to secure a readjustment of terms and  that he himself had drawn up the resolutions which McBride presented to the  conference of premiers. This was a  hard blow to the Conservatives, who  have been making all possible capital  out of the better terms attitude of  Premier McBride, and any impression  favorable to the late administration  created by the premier's visit, faded  away before the clear, convincing'  logical array of facts presented by the  Liberal leader, like snow before a summer's sun.  Mr. Macdonald was given something'  of an ovation upon tr.e conclusion of  his remarks., While his criticism of  the administration was severe, hia  fairness in keeping silent on all charges  against the government that as yet he '  has not investigated, was the subject  of much favorable comment by political friend and foe alike.  The meeting Saturday night was a  clincher, and will tend to further swell  the Liberal majority on February 2n'i  .JW*-  MarkJYour Ballot as  Indicated by X  ^���Q     *_,-*��_!*    %J0    *<- ��� ' '*��� 'n* *~*    "**     ~'    ' "~   ���*"*  Common Colds are the Cause of Many  Serious Diseases.  Physicians wh have gained a national reputation as analysts of the  cause of various diseases, claim that if  catching cold could be avoided a long  list of dangerous ailments would never  be heard of. Everyone know* that  ���pneumonia and consumption originate  from a cold, and chronic i-,atarrh,  bronchitis, and all throat and lung  trouble are aggravated aud rendered  more serious by each fresh attack. Do  not risk your lift or take dhanc.s when  you have a cold, chamberlain'*) Cough  Remedy will cure it before these diseases develop, This remedy contain*  so opium, morphine or other harmful  drug, and has thirty years of reputation back of it, gained by its cure*.  under every condition. For sale by all  aruggistt.  THE LATEST CAMPAIGN YARN  It ie related that an old Conservative  veteran lately felt the necessity of  consisting a doctor. ,' Well," said the  physician, "what is wrong with you?"  "I don't hardly know," replied the  patient, "but I think I've got Socialism." "Go- Socialism?" exclaimed  the thunderstruck doctor, "and you a  Tory for'fifty years?" ' Well," replied  the old chap, "I cant think what else it  is; I'm full of wind and don't feel like  work."    The doctor collapsed.  For nice fresh flowers for funerals  j decorations and weddings-, wiite r>r te  j ephone Spokane'Florist Co.. Main 5,  i Spokane. 5-30  j     Fox  RENT���3-roomed  house,   partly  furnished, 37.50.   H. J. Clint.    22-23 EGLA-C/  C*����M    HIV  Boundary Creek Times  Issued Ewery 1-riday  BV THE  Boundary Creel. Printing ana Publishing  Co., Limited,  A. Robinson .Bd����*  J. W.-Etwa    Mahagbr  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pbk Ybak  200.  Six Months   To Foreign Countkibs  2 sc  <^4��te;^v  FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 190T.  A CHOICE  Saturday next the electors of Greenwood, in common with the electorate of  B. C, will determine by ballot who for  the  next   four   y-ars will occupy the  treasury   benches   at Victoria in   the  legislative assembly.   In this selection  there are but two matters worthy of  serious  consideration.    The  first  and  more   important   is   the man  who   is  -seeking their suffrages.   The second  is the principles the man  is elected to  support.   In the selection of a man to  represent a constituency in the legislature electors have a right to expect in  a candidate a high standard of mcrals,  and evidence   of a substantial   order  that he is capable of intelligently discharging the duties the office entails,  and any man lacking these should be  dutifully   elected   to remain at home.  Against the moral character of any of  the Greenwood   candidates or the legislative capabilities  of  the  Conservative standard  bearer nothing can  be  said.    But as he stands for a continuance in office of an administration that  has been remarkable only for its subserviency to corporation  interests  and  for its numerous examples of administrative crookedness and incompetence,  his candidature can not for a  moment  be seriously  entertained.    As far as  the Socialist candidate is concerned,  while  his   moral   reputation may   be.  irreproachable,  he   has given no evidence   of   possessing   in   any degree,  qualities   that  go   toward   making   a  capable legislator.    In mining,  smelting or lumbering, the three important  industries of the constituency he seeks  to represent, he has had no experience,  nor has he had civic or business training in any way that would  fit him for  the position  of a representative.    In  addition to this entire lack of personal  qualifications, he goes there as a supporter   of a   leader who has violated  every principle of genuine Socialism  that was ever known. Socialism staads  for the public ownership of the means  of production and distribution, but no  of land a;id sums  of money to  a  cor-]  poration whose net profits run away up  in the millions.  The Liberal candidate, G  R. Naden,  by virtue   of his   business   and   civic  experience, and his adherence to prin  ciples  diametrically, opposed  to  those  that apparently have guided  the  McBride   administration,    is    peculiarly  fitted to  represent Greenwood  in   the  next legislature     His long ex\ erience  in municipal affairs, in the lumber and  mining    business   and    his    intimate  knowledge   of   the   resources  of   this  district   and   province,   combined with  an   irreproachable    character,   should  appeal   strongly   to    the    Greenwood  electors, and  return   him   as the member for this riding next Saturday by a  large majority.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor.,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:       " Haixett."  ( Bedford M'Keiil's  ;s ��! Moreinff & Keal's  ( Leiber's  Greenwood, B. O.  Codes  J. P.McLEOD  BARRISTER AND SOt,I'-ITOR  Offices in . P.O. Box 31  1.KNDI.LI. BLOCK Phone 8t  Over Bank of Montreal     GREENWOOD, B.C  THE TELQUA SCANDAL  J, R   BROWN,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Tel. 92. Notary Pubuc  Offices, Wallace-Mil!er Block,  Greenwood, B. C.  F. M. LAMB,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office with F. W. McLaine.  Coppre Street. Grr enwood, B. C  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  \(F*  CF*1  s.  CF*  CF*'  <2_=<  CF*  CF*  Capital, all paid up. $14,400,000.        Rest.:.. $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PPOFITS   $159,831.84  Hop. President:   Loitn Steathcojma ami- Mount Royal, G. C M. G.  -    President:   Six Gkorge A. Drummond, K. C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager :   E. S. Clous-ton.  Branches in London, Eng.  iJ.in .  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers : Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in auy part'of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  -- ..._..___ .. ., v, u ^ xu ^^xp*-4'v_*V''--.VV__N��'*(_Y_'''*J!  {ctSsW^Su I Sew York, Chicago.  ,*=_������  .��=_  HI  &  1*4. ���  *=_*>  *=��  *=���_  *=_  <P| Greenwood tsrancn,    yy. r. rum, mis ...quas*.. ^  man ever heard of this beffig^ccc-Mt  plished by the donating of huge blocks  Mr. R. F. Green, ex-commissioner of  lauds and works, has at last consented  to   make  public   his    version   of   the  Telqua coal land  deal.    A direful   perusal of the  somewhat lengthy denial  of the charges made by the Vancouver  World, will result in  convincing even  the most skeptical  that the ex-minister's   dealings   with   the   "Exploration  company, if not corrupt, were of  such  a nature that a thorough  cleansing  of  the entire   executive  is  an imperative  necessity.    Mr. Green admits he was  offered a few shares of stock in a company Sir Adolph Caron   was   about  to  organize, and that  as  he did not care  for the stock he offered   it  to Mr. Neil  McKay, who accepted it, and  that  the  stock was issued  to   McKay upon   Mr.  Green's request.  So much for Mr. Green's side  of the  question.    Mr. McBride, who had eoine  valiantly to the defense of his friend,  admits that Mr. Green  did accept the  stock from Mr. Caron,   not  as a bribe,  but   as  a friend.    And. further,   that  from   his   point  of   view    there   was  "nothing questionable  in  Green's  acceptance  of a  present  of  stock from  his friend, Sir  Adolph  Caron."    That  is, Mr. Green denies  accepting it, but  Mr, McBride admits  he did accept  it,  and  goes one   better by declaring he  can   see   nothing   wrong   in  it.    The  public.will wonder which is the correct  version oi this affair. Again, the lands  in question were issued  in   the names  of individuals until the  company  had  been organized as required.    Mr.   McBride  in  his  speech a; Armstrong declared that no leases  had  been   given  any   company  or  syndicate.    No  one  charged that there had.   Later he asserted at Vernon that no leases of land  in the Peace River country had  been  granted to any person or persons.   The  government   was   not    charged   with  W. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting Mining: Engineer.  Properties examined  and   reported   on.   Will  take charge of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD.       -       -       -       B.   C.  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  Control and Umpire  Assays a Specialty.  /^��"Samples   received  by mail  or express assayed and returns  made next day.  Cor respondence Solicited .  GEEENWOOD,    ,    ���    B. C  Paid-up Capital,$10,00,000.   Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE, ^TORONTO  ft. tt. WALKER, General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen l Managsi  BANK MONEY ORDERS  188U-C AT THP. POULOWSWS SATES ���  $5 suail qfldsi     3 waHc  twer $* fn-c" n��?�� *sa��dinuf !?>3     & cenH.  *-   *.���.(**       '" -: $9.   .�� cent*  ��� *���   $-10       " * ^50   13 cents  '���;ese Orders are Payable at l*ar ai >u-.y office in Cauadu of a Chartered Bank  !Yukon excepted),,and at the principal banking points hi. the United States,  NEGOTIAHLE AT A   FIXHDRA.KAT  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent mctlsod of remitting small sums of mon. ���  with safety and at small cost.  McBride7s statements  apparently have  been   made   with a view   of  obscuring  the points at issue,  instead  of a clear  cut explanation of a transaction affecting public interests, there ia the  usual  quibbling and evasion  that  has  characterized   the   premier's   remaiks   all  through the campaign,    It is.   up to the  ministers,   if Green   is not   guilty,  to  place before the public evidence to this  effect, but there is a   widespread  opinion   tnat   this   is   the one  thing they  cannot do,   and  the  policy   at present  being-followed is  only   au   attempt   to  keep  the  question   in   the background  until February 2nd.  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed on deposits from $1 upwards at current rates  Greenwood Branch   -   ������   J. T. BEATTIE Acting Manager  To Employers of Labor  A THREAT  Are you conversant with the Workmen's Compensation  Act The only absolute protection offprded is a Liability Policy. The "OCEAN" Policies, (the largesto j  accident company in tbe world, with assets of over  leven MillionDo^lars) provides -a-.comple^mdeWtf  ���  __. _.ivi:-,���*,:...���  ��1 ovnir vou  from   all   responsi  against all liability, relieving- you  bility, worry and trouble.  Frederic W. McLaine,  District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  issuing^leuses in th^rportion--of-7BT-G.v  but in the Telqua  valley.    So far, Mr.  MHMtww ii ���   From the Pattern  ! -RON'.  oi*  COAT  Uottril lines  show  Alteration  Because we know all  about this .tobping-shoulder  type from the standpoint of  anatomy and tailoring, we  know all about the little points  that take away the somewhat  exaggerated " round - shouldered" appearance.  Glance at this pattern-  note the lines for the original  type-see where we alter-through the dotted marks.  We cut off cloth from the front cf coat  to  lengthen the back.  Then by tailoring the coat with full roll and  lapel, we relieve tlie appearance of round shoulders  and give the wearer an erect and upright carriage.  We tailor all suits io the try-on stage  only.  Delivered two hours after fitting.  J^  In  order   to   induce  the elekiCT. of  Greenwood to support the  gov���_   ment  candidate, the local Conserva - e organ  holds out the   inducement ' hat, as  in  their opinion, the McBride administration is going to be sustained, it will be  more in the interests of the Greenwood  riding to  be represented by a government tupporter than   by G. R. Naden.  In  other   words,   the constituencj'   is  threatened with smaller appropriations  for ro'ids,  bridges,   etc.,   if it  elects a  Xibe.arthan--it-=wouid-'Si.cure=-if--a.goY_  ersiment supporter is returned.   Greenwood electors  need not  worry.    They  are going to have  a government supporter, though not the  kind -the. Tory  organ hopes for.    The sentiment expressed in the front page article of the  Ledge is  exactly   in   accordance with  the  policy   of the  late administration  toward this riding   for   the last three  years, and now, since the opportunitj-  has arrived   for   obtaining a change,  there i6 little danger but that the electors of; this riding will embrace it. Vote  for Naden and a change of this policy.  Wood YardandLivery Barn  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.  RIVERSlBE   LIVERY-1  The best of Horses and Rigs at all times. A  HAY, GRAIN  AND FEED STORE '  Chopped  Feed,   Hay   and  Grain.  Livery Phone 19. Feed Store Phone 124  ��� ���     - - �����  j GEO. H. CROPLEY,    -   Proprietor.  ���!��X'-<'-*<*X~X'^^  BIG GUNS AT ROCK CREEK  S__?T___S  p. W. GEORGE & GO.  Smith Curtis and Duncan Ross, M.  P., addressed a large (fathering of the  Rock Creek electors Tuesday evening,  at that point. Henry Nicholson, the  veteran Conservative of Camp McKinney, appeared on behalf of the government, and spoke in favor of the  Conservative candidates, Shatford of  Similkameen, and Warren of Greenwood. ���  West of Boundary Falls, the sentiment of the electorate is overwhelmingly Iviberal, and the onslaughts of  Ross and Curtis against the incompetence and corruption of the McBride  administration were cheered repeatedly. The Midway and Kettle River  Liberal vote will exceed that polled in  the last election, aud that means an  increase in the Liberal candidate's  majority over that in 1903 by at least  twenty.  4��  4��  4��  4��  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.   :  :  :   :  *  ���I Get  +- -  2**fr*fr4  Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  4>  I***-*' I  ��  V  ?'  I  f  i'<  I  �����i/,A��/��Y   CfrBE  ���*. .<  -AND���  Stages leave daily for Ferry,  Wash., Mother Lode Mine, and  Phoenix. West Fork stage  twice a week,  COMPLETE LINES OF  PIPES, CIGARS and  TOBACCOS.  A. CMENIBR.  PROPRIETOR  A  'I**!-'  Is  unexcelled} as is evidenced by  its  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary. 0  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having  "ELKHORK" BOTTLED BEER  TEL.. 13S    ":"  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor,  ating* promptly done.  mall Papering  jflwd Kal$ominin_  Send in your spring orders.  Box<-2SS, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  An examination of the  records of the Militia Department at Ottawa will  show that British Columbia  was represented iri the  South African war by 9  commissioned officers and  560 non-commissioned officers and men.  , On the floors of the Leg'  islature at Victoria, Robert  F. Green, Land and Works  Commissioner, in reply to a  question, stated that up to  date, which was during the  session of 1905, he had  issued South African war  script to 789 persons. This  can be proven by anyone  sufficiently interested by  turning to page 20 of the  Journals of the House, session of 1905.  Further than that, last  week at a meeting in Kaslo,  he announced that the list  to date totalled 808. That  is, he has issued script to  239 individuals more than  were entitled to it under  the South African war land  grant act. A clear steal of  38,240 acres distributed  among the heelers and  friends of the administration.  In the face of this evidence no weight can be attached to the denial issued  from government circles  and being d i s t r i b u t e d  around town. Any one  wishing to prove for himself the utter untruthful  ness of the denial of these  facts can see the Journal of  the House for himself in  the Times office.  Dear Mother  Your little ones are a constant care in  Fall and Winter weather. They will  catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh's  ' Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it has done (or so many ? It is.said  to be the only reliable remedy for all  diseases of the air passages in children.  bis absolutely harmless and pleasant to  "^^"��� take;" It is guaranteed to cure or your money  is returned. The price is 25c. per bottle,  end all dealers in medicine sell  3M  SHILOH  TTris remedy should be in every household.  Vote,for Naden and clean  government.  Lame Back.  This ailment is usually caused by  rheumatism of the muscles and may be  cured by applying Chamberlain'sPain  Balm two or three times a day and  rubbing the parts vigorously at each  application. _ If this does not afford  relief, bind on a piece of flannel  slightly dampened with Pain Balm,  and quick relief is almost sure to. follow.  For sale by all druggists.  Vote For Naden  MINERAL, ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  "Bell  Flower"  Mineral  Claini, situate In the  ,   Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located:   In Lonf* Lake Camp  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett,  as ag-ent for Spencer Benerman, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B2122.lutend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining-  Recorder for a ceriificate 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, mnst be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 31st day of December. A.D. 1906.  21_3d I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Imcrovements.  NOTICE.  "Mable Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate In  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District. Where located: In Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE ��hat I, Isaac H. Hallett,  as Agent for John Mulligan, Free Miner's Certificate Vo.'-B'Hm, Intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improrements,  for the puroose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  theabove claim.  And further take notlce^that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 31U davof December, A D. 1906.  2MB '    r.H-.*AM/STT.  ZAM-BUK SAVES A FAMOUS ODDFELLOW'S FINGER  Tlie person who permits operation for any  poisoned wound, or sore, or abscess, or ulcer,  without flrst trying Zam-Buk. would have  good cause for regret after reading suoh a  sensational Incident as to what follows:  Mr. Wm. C. Edward., I'.D.C.U.A.O.K, P. C.  M.I.O.O... and I'.l'.O.A. Sli' [iliinls one of thu  most widely known lii.n in friendly swiuty circles it is possible- to meel,is thoisubject and Imp*  is his experience. .Interviewed ;ii his home in  Peter St., Toronto, ho .said:���"In .Iituu.'iry or  lastyearlcut the middle linger c my lei 7.  band severely and blood poison net in. Thu  wound was so very painful thai I could not uso  the whole hand, which began to swob und inflame, I consulted one of Iho leading doctor*  of Toronto and for : wo months I wis under hi i  care. The wound got no belter, and one day  the doctor said, "Edwards, t:ie on .> ihin^ I can  do with this linger is, take it oil'. IL cai never  be cured." This win not very p'casant news,  and at that time tho ago iy from he wound  was terrible and the -iwuiHiif-ran l inlliimiuuliuii  extended ri^nt )> he arm. I went, to see another doctor ami was under his treatcienf. fin-  some weeks. II. b ;.'i told m ��� that all hv could  do for me was i.i mi:, open Ih whole linger  and scrape tin* bone, which b" said had become  diseased through ihu -.lood puis mini;. I went  away ro tliink w;on 1 .vnild nav ��� ilr: op ri-  tion. and met a friend who, 1) a: ing I n_ d. i.Yds,  said, "Try Zam-Buk before you hm: il. aken  oh"'! " I did so, I bathed the wound and app ion  some of the balm, and that night. 1 ot ������> litLli*  sleep. N'ext morning the wound huirau to  blood, whereas, before it hat only iii charged  pus. 'That was a g .'(id si rn, so Iw.nl mi wilh  the Zam-Buk. li seemed to Knot he i imddrai*.  the sorenos�� completely away. Within a few  ���lays I could do a way with t.h.: .sling.. ii hicb  I had carried the haul, and in a few wi ck-'  timo there was no. a trace of we wound to b  scon. To day rny II.iger is a*; sound as a ell.  whereas, had 1 not used /a -I'.uk, 1 slioulo  have been a finger I ss. 1 paid ovor **'.' in  doctors fees, and when I think of the triili a  cost of Zani-Quk I am amazed at, its wondci-ful  value. My experience slio.cl "h'-lpolher ud'ei*  ers, so 1 do not min ! you stating the fact.."  What Z;:m=Buk Cures  For all poisoned wounds, chronic -ores,  ulcers and absco-scs. Zam-link is especially  suitable because of its high antiseptic powers.  If you have a womd or sore which h is defied  all ointment, and salves, icis a case for Zam-Buk.  Zam-Uuk also cures eczema, Itch, scalp  sores, ringworms, blotches on tlie face and  body, chapped places, cold sores, piles and  enlarged veins. As an embrocation it 'cure.-'  rheumatism and sciatica, nnd rubbed over the  chest relievos the tightness due, to severe colds.  All stores and druggists sell al, o') cents a box.  or post free from the Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  6 boxes for S2.C0.  EDPK ROY Send ono cent stamp ano  rJ\EC DUA name and date of tlii:  paper and dainty sample box will be mailed  you.  * 1  I  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  ANY available Dominion Lands within the  Railway Belt in British Columbia, mav  be homesteaded by any person who is the sole  head of a family, or any male over 18 years i*f  age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160  acres, more or less.  Entry mnst be made personally at the local  land office for the district in which the land is  situate.  The homesteader Is required to perform the  conditions connected therewith under one of  the following plans:  (1) At least nix months-residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (J) If the father for mother, if the father is  deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a  farm In the vicinity of.Hic land entered for, the  requirements as tn residence may be satisfied  by such person residintr With the father or  mother,  (3 If the settler bas hia permanent residence  upon farmlttg land owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to  esldence may be satisfied by residence upon  the said land.  Six months* notice in writing shonld be given  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at 510 per acre  for soft coal and $30 for anthracite.   Not more  than 320 acres can  be acquired bv one indi-  Rbyalty at tne rate of ten  pound? 3hall be collected  vidnal or companv.  cents per ton of 2,00  on tbe gross ontput.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of  this ad  vtrtltement will not be paid for. 3_-5.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Post-  office, Fernie, B. C," will be received at this  ofiice until Monday, February 18. 1907, inclusively, for the construction of a Post Office, &c,  buildings at Fernie. B. C.  Plans a_.d specifications   can  be  seen   and  forms of tenders obtaiued at this_ Department,  and on application to Robert A. Kerr, Esq.,  Clerk of Works, Fernie, B. C.  Persons tendering are notified that tenders  will not be considered unless niad* on the  printed forms supplied, and signed with their  actual signatures.  Each tender must be accompanied by an  accepted cheque on a chartered bank, made  payable to the order of the Honourable the  Minister of Public Works, equal to ten per  cent (10 p. c.) of the amount of the tender,  which will be forfeited if the party tendering  decline to enter Into a contract when called  upon to do so, or if h�� fail to complete the  work contracted lor. If the tender be not  accepted the cheque will *>e returned.  Tha Department does  not bind   itself to accept the lowest or any tender  By Order,  FRED. GELINAS  Secretary.   c  Department of public Works,  Ottawa, January 18. 1907.  Newspapers inserting this advertisement  without authority from the Department will  not be paid for it,'  Handy Man  If you need one  -et  SCOTTIE  sit the Clarendon Hotel.  Chimneys   cleaned,   window., cleaned  and caretakinjjr.  For CUT FLOWERS.  Pot Plants, Bouquets, Etc.,  Write or phone  FRACHE BROS., Columbia, B. C.  Funeral designs of *very description.  Subscribe For The Times, $2  ^������sSlffijsJgESv'-'&r,** '.fi'? #���"'*&''''  DRAYING - We Can Move Anything  !'���!_  UI  0 %*mS    ���  CKLESS  PROPRIETOR  atttttttttttttt *{��� B ttttttfi'tt** &###&& ��__�����_ �����������"���*.** fttttftt^sttttttttttttttfttttttttW-*-  * "'���'__'  ��*  .                                                                                               ������-.���"                  ���      ��� ��� B  &    ^__��*H ���^_ _*���%. _. . fmW*\        __���_*_    B  b  ^ ��t^      _T m        m \ H a H H   ^   B  * ffi        h   a      fats        -1 ___ i        a       *  * B        HBSi. 1 fill a        **  * H El     H       H   m B 111 B !__>___ ' B  B  B  B  B  _  We will have goods  intended for the Holiday Trade opened up  for inspection  GL jljl ^t.  10th  Something���^New���In  - - - Furniture - - -  "SEE    THE    LINE."  B  B  B  B  B  B.  B  B  B  0  B  B  *  tt  tt  tt  tt  s  tt  tt  tt  ��  e  e  ��  ��  tt  tt  ��  tt  *tt  tt  tt  tt  A. L. WHITE & CO.  Phone 16.  House Furnishers ��  ;7-B0B^BOB*kPP��B9a��������if����#aaBOva9miai>����->��i��ai��Btk��tlkBBBBiBB  r  ~l  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  __3B__ C/ltY   C'KE��  nan  said the clerk;  MAs I'm not up to  the mark���  Sffl  uui-.i_tNn.iilw  We have them front $10 up. 1906 leaves us -with three  good drop head machines that we had to take back and  which we are offering at reduced prices. Call and see  them at once, as we have only three left; $3 a month  takes a new drop head Singer or Wheeler & Wilson, the  two best machines on the market today.  <  Ii LAMONT, Agent  C Copper Street. Greenwood, B.  C.  s^\ti-sx*\rJ*Xr^*\j***\rSi*Xr r  _v**\r_#v\/. 4  The  Cakes, Buns ancl Pastry  always on hand. We also  can3' a first class stock of  STAPLE Gkocek-1.**.;,-:    :    :  Vtai  o  A-'1 SAKftlS, Proprietor.  Phone B ?._.  MINERAL    ACT.  Certificate o'f .rr.prcveinenls.  NOTICE.  "Black Bess" Mineral Claim, situate in tbe  Greenwood Alining- Division of YaleDistrict. Where located: .West Fork of Kettle  River near the Rambler Fraction.  TAKE NOTICE thai 1, John P. McLeod, as  agent for Philip IS. S. Sinuhope, Free  Miner's Certificate Xo, .'iK*'. intend, sixty  day's from the dale liereof, lo apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpos" i.*f obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take not ice thut. action, under  section 37, must be. commenced'before the issu-  an'ce'of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 23rd day of November, A 1)., 1W6.  17-26 J  P. McLEO.D.  <*H>(>O0CL0-_<KK><>O0-0<H3-CK.'00-'*-*<>C>0<>  i   .  PAY ORE COLUMN  The Golconda Miningcompany h;ive  determined to further extend their long  tunnel, and work will be resumed there  next week.  A. Robinson and associates have  been awarded the contract on the  Crown Silver, near the Sunset, Dead-  wood cuxnp, by the Dominion Copper  company.  Ysr  Tt7^W-KrY$  EXCURSION RATES  ROSSLAND  WINTER CARNIVAL  FARE AND ONE-THIRD \  FOR ROUND TRIP      8  From Revelstoke   Vernie ancl all   <?  iritermcaiat*- and  branch  line j*oiii'!..  on SALE  Febnj.iiv  11th -.<> loth  LIMIT  February   1 ���_*.'-.  For detail'V. ml7i :!!.*i linn apply  ��   to local agt ins  g   E. J. COYl.E. J. ������*. CA��TEH. g  V    A.G. P. A. Vancoii-.br U.P.A.Nel&on     V  COOOOOOOOv . ... vi-��0<>0O!>0<>OCOOfl  The attempts of the Conserv.ittve-  Socialist organ to-create the imprcs  sion that the Liberal candidate, while  mayor oi Greenwood had bestowed  favors, financial and otherwise, upon  political friends, has had a .disastrous  ending. "The reading of the letter  from the city clerk showing that G. R.  Naden had m> knowledge of the alleged  gift of $500 must have convinced even  the Ledge that there is nothing.to be  gained by misrepresentation and distortion of facts.    The sound   financial  condition  of Greenwood's  finances   is  ���  v.-   ������  one of lhe very strongest proofs of :the  Liberal standard bearer's capabilities  for the position of a representative,  ami one that the Greenwood electors  will do well to investigate before casting their ballots tomorrow.  MIDWAY  MEETING  Monday- night a large and enthusiastic Liberal meeting was held in Midway in the big dining room of the  Cr iwell hotel, at which addresses were  delivered by Geo. R. Naden, the Liberal candidate, and Duncan Ross, M, P.  Thos. Hardy of Midway, spoke in  behalf of E. G. Warren, Conservative  cauciidate.  Mr. Naden, who received a flattering  reception, mat1? a strong speech, vigorously criticising lhe McBride administration and clearly defining his own  position on all public questions, paying  special attention to issues which more  closely affected the local riding.  Ernest Mills, who was the Socialist  candidate in the last provincial campaign, addressed the meeting in the  interests of lhe Socialist candidate,  Edgar Dynes, and made a strong plea  in favor of returning Dynes asaicp-  resentative of the labor interests to the  house. Midway is a point where  Socialism has not obtained any serious  following, and consequently the remarks of the Socialist speaker were  but coolly received.  Mr. Hardy, who followed Mr. Naden,  was handicapped by his evident knowledge that he was iu an extremely  hostile camp. Further.it was apparent that on several questions at issue  his knowledge is somewhat limited.  Mr. Hardy, however, is never daunted  by any circumstance, and his championship of the government candidates  cause was, perhaps, as good an effort  as could be made, considering tlie nature of the subject matter.  Duncan Ross, M. P., who followed  Mr. Hardy, made one of the best  speeches of tlie campaign, and surprised both friend.'* inid foes iiv the  vigor of his arguments and the ability  with which her'handled all questions  involved in the present political fight.  In discussing the railroad policy.of lhe  McBride government, he allowed conclusively that the C. P. R. was the  dominating power in B. C. politics, and  iu explaining his prcsi-nch here in this  campaign, he stated that no matter  what legislation affecting B. C. interests was introduced into the house at  Ottawa, they would run up against a  strong C. P.T.. lobby, which, was ap"  parently working hand in- glove with  tlie McBride administration here. He  cited the Mictway-Vernon fiasco as an  example of the power the C. P. J*.,  exercised in B. C. affairs, and announced amid cheers that he was here  to assist, as far as it was possible for  him to assist, in removing the* confederates of the C. P. R. lobby from power, and placing there, men who were  absolutely clear of all corporal ion connections.  The member for Yale-Caribao,, who  has put in some, hard campaigning in  Situiikameen and Okanagan, was in  great form. His Ottawa experience  have developed him into an able campaign speaker, and his vigorous speech  was greatly appreciated by the large  audience in attendance.  ,.V-_UtWIKS..__  Itchi-i**. Piles.  If you are acqu '.u-jt.-i with anyone  who is troubled with '..his distressing*  ailment you c;tn <.!:. him n-j greater  favor than to tei'. hiin '.��������� ;rv Chamberlain's Salve. It yives iri���:,_r*.t relit*f���  Price 25 cents p.-.r box. Sold by .71  dru��gi*ts.  Catholic.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third ati'd  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bedard, ,.*). M. I.,  pastor.  Anglican���St. Jude's. Rev. John  Leech-Porter. B. D., pastor. Services  at 8 a. m., 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. v.i ;  Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. All .������.eats  free, Midway, 2nd aud 4th Sunday  each month at 3:30 p.m. Phoenix,'1st  and 3rd Sunday each month at 3:30  p. m.       '   i  Presbyterian���St. Columba, Rev.  M. D. Mckee, pastor. Services 11 a.  ui. and 7:30 p. in.; Sunday school 2:30  p. m.  Methodist���Rev. H. S. Hastings,  pastor Services at lla.m. and 7:30  p. m.; Sunday school. 2:30 p. m. .  Vote for Naden  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE  New Westminster, B- C.  Receives bothladi... and (.eutlemen as resident or day alndeau. Has a complete bnsine..  or commercial couroe. Prepare .tudenis io  pain teacheri' certificates of all grade*, t.ivos  the four years'bourse'for thu IJ. A. degree, and  the first year of the of the Soh.ol of Science  course, in affiliation with Toronto University.  Has a special "Prospector*' Conrte" for miner.  who work in B. C.  Instruction is also giv��n ia Art. Mus'c, Physical Culture and Elocution.  Term bptit* Sejtsmber 17. l-f06. For calendar,  ne., a*4��liw CtrLrTTMBTAK    COT.I_E_E  Try This for Your Cough.  To relieve a cough or break up a cold  in twenty-four hours, the following  simple .formula, the ingredients of  which can be obtained of any j.;eocl  prescription druggist at small cist, is  ail-that��� will^be-requii-ed:-=V-irg-in-OU  of Pine (Pure), oue-half ounce; Glycerine, two ounces; good Whisky, a half  pint. Shake well and take in teaspcon  ftil.doses every f:urhours. Thedeshed  results can not.be obtained unless the  ingredients are pbre. It is therefore  better to purchase the ingredients separately and prepare the mixture yourself. Virgin Oil ot Pine (Pure) should  be purchased in the original half ounce  vtiils, which druggists I1U3' for dispensing. Each vial is securely sealed in  a round wooden cas<-> which protects  the Oil from exposure to light. Around  the wooden case is an engraved wrapper with lhe name���"Virgin Oil of  Pine (Pure)*'���plainly printed thereon.  There tire many imitations and cheap  productions of Pine, but these nly  create nausea, and never effel the  desired results. 11-24  TENTH   ANNUA!  3  TEfl*1      ���*���������&   TO   -%n- *!**��� ���  J Ifll UU T Ml ( ���.���ni  U, -.15 and 16,1907  Five Grand Trophies and W.OOO hi prizes.     Two bands in attendance.  HOCKKY���Internal ion al and   inter-Pi-ovincia). .championships.  SNOWSHOEING���Championship '7   l-lnti*-.;*  Columbia.  TOBOGGANING���A mile a mini-;, .ii.'.vn th,.* "ZIP.-  SKI-l-NG���Jnmpini*   and  Racing. '. C"ha.n<piti<-   hip i>f Canada.  SKATING RACES���For championship o'f Brii7h Columbia.  '  CURLING���A   provincial   b.-*iispit_;  Ifoffe Racing.    Ma��(*iu.-i'atliii|r.   'f u^s-of-Wru a>!<l nlli.i* iiilcr.sliiijr events.  Reduced railway rates on all lines, For further oarticnlars apply to  J. if*. C. i'K'ASl.17 President.       God Save Uie Kiuy.    '        17 ADAMS. Secretary  �����  S0R   M  J;-..  '���ilati'.'1  ,81,   A JE��uH  ERNEST J..CARTIER, Proprietor.  L  ��� I  Finest Furnished' House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throug-hou.   witb   electric  lights.,  We  offer  special   ii.cluceinerjts   to  travellers  as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our   bar  excells  all others.  . F1PST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND MIGHT  m> t ui**wmii*tt��t M-Mn-am'M m ui  The Only Perfect Emulsion  Any well made emulsion of good Cod Liver Oil is  good as far as it goes, but if it lacks Iron it is not a  perfect emulsion, because Iron is even more necessary  and more valuable than the oiL  Ferrol is not only made of the best Cod Liver  Oil, but it combines with the oil Iron and Phosphorus  and is the only emulsion that contains Iron at all.  Moreover  Vote for Naden and clean  government,  A Habit to Be Encouraged.  The mother who has acquired the  habit of keeping- ou baud a bottle of  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, saves,  herself a great amount of unea_inesi*.  and anxiety. Conjfhs, coldts and croup,  to which children are susceptible are  quickly cured by its use. It counteracts  any tendency of a cold lo rt*sult in  pneumonia, and if gfiven as, noon a. the  first symptoms of croup appear, il will  prevent the attack. This remedy contain* nothitig injurious and mothers  give it to little ones with a feeliiig' of  perfect ��ecurity. Sold by all drugfgi*ti.  is finer, more palatable and easier to digest than any  other preparation of Cod Liver Oil Anyone can  take Ferrol; few can take Cod Liver Oil in any  other way.  Every intelligent person knows that three of the  greatest remedial  agents known to science are Cod  Liver Oil, Iron and Phosphorus.    To get them in.  combination and in proper proportion you must have  Ferrol.   There is no other way.  Sufferers from ' Anaemia, Bronchitis, Chronic  Coughs and Colds, Lung Troubles of any. kind,  Nervous Prostration, Chronic Rheumatism, Neuralgia,  General Debility, Loss of Weight, Whooping Cough,  Croup, La Grippe or any of the ailments known as.  wasting diseases, can take Ferrol with the confident  assurance that it will cure them if a cure is possible.  Each dose of Ferrol. contains a full medicinal'dose  of Iron and in no other way can Iron be properly  .  administered. ' .    -.  Ferrol holds the record for increasing the weight  Ferrol contains neither alcohol, "dope" nor dangerous drugs of any kind.     _  Ferrol is the Ideal Infant Food.    If your baby is    ���  not thriving, give it Ferrol and watch it grow. 7 *  FERROL n not a patent mystery. The formula is freely published. It is prescribed by  the best Physicians. It is endors'.d by the most eminent Medical Journals. It is used in  prominent-HospitelSj.Sanitadiims,^^  WHITE BROS., REID CROSS PHARMACY, ..".,.  Druggists and Optician Greenwood. B. C.  a-irttMMnuBAui  _8_��__��_m_iig__5BB_2^^  Gowns  jreiPl  ���ti.   .:t.-ii.  over Knit-to-1?it Underwear. Every suit is knit all in  one piece from neck to ankle���fits like a glove���won't  wrinkle at the waist or bulge over the hips���and holds  its shape without stretchi ng or shrinking.  $-*f wi*-**1"--*"'.  �� *   p _  a ..f^K"-i ,9- .& ,f af%. ������������_.#_  tl .<.'��� fi'Vlli* ������:;������- ��������'    ifi!   i*'1!!  y-i..-ja���AH..TUi!,..!tr;.; ..^agfjil-  Co_KibSrAatioK!h S-uIts  are without doubt the best made���and the most satisfactory��� undergarments foi- women's winter wear.  Our trademark on each garment. Made in any size  or fabric. Send for catalogue if your dealer canuot  supply you.  THE KNIT-TO-FIT MANUFACTURING CO.  ' P. O. BOX 5333, MONTREAL.  3S___S__K_Si3!l__SIaIii_^^  LAND NOTICE  ...NOTICE U hereby (firen that .txty days  after ilate I intecd to apply to the Hon., the  Chief Commissioner o! Lauds and AYorl_s, for  permietiQC to p ireliase the followinjr deseriSed  lands situated in Easi Yala district:- Commencing-ai a po3t marked B, Colbarn's S. W.  corner post: thence weBt 20 chains to land mon-  oment on Boundary line; thence north .0  chain.; thenco east 20 chains; thence ooatn SO  chain* to the place of coramenceinent, containing 160 acre*.  David Dcc*imb*i :7,100..  20-30 JOHN CRAIG.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificitte of Improvements, t  NOTICE. -      ���������������  "���Maple I^eai Fractional" Mineral Clalm,.��ltm-  af;   in   the   Green wood  Mining  Division of  Vale  District.    Where located;   In  Skylark  Camp.  ���J-'.VKE  NOTICK  That   I,   F.   W.   .drove*.  A      Free  Miuer'B Certificate No. 50S6,' ihtand,  sixty days Cn.iii   tin.* date hereof,   to'apply  to.,  thi^  Mining Fecorder   for  a Certilicate.of Jin-  provernents  for this  purpose- of   obtaining'., a  Cro-.vn Gr'ir.t.-).' our interest in theabove Claim.  Aju! iurtht.-! ta.ii. notice .that action, under  ���ectio'i .:.'.', miiir b. curamenced before tha I*.  naisre o:' -.uch cuttiflcxte af li^pajWBR^ntte^  Db.vb& ib.it 17th day of JtnMiyiiW. ������<���:���  *-   NI  I  r 7   * -  lv  \% ���  h-  ���9  R  ;i!  BOUNDARY -CREEK   TIMES.  n in  Mi Mill  Most up-to-date Cafe in  the city.  Fi-esh Oysters,  Chicken  and all the delicacies of  . che season.!  OPEN DAY AND  PROMPT SERVICE  6.  ft  PROPRIETOR  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-   j  tircitv.    Hot and cold  baths.  ".        RATES:  Board and room %}. piir day.  Strictly FiTstClass Service  Copper Street  (next to Holmes & Kennedy)  IS NOW  OPEN  EVERYTHING IS NEW  Strictly   first-class   service.  G. SWAYNE, Prep.  O WN   O "PICS  00<KK>0<KH>0<>C>0000<K100000<K)0  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  ��� it  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  1   ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  CREESWftOl),   :   B. C.  6 PHONE  65.  ooo<xk>o<^oo<>ock>o<>oooo<>oo<>oo 1oa Saturday  Dr. Mathtsoi.., dentist. Naden-Flood  block.  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myerlu If oE  Midway, are both seriously ill of pneumonia.  Mrs. Thos. Walsh of the Kootenay  hotel, is seriously ill at her home of  pneumonia.  Manager Hedley of the Hall Mines  smelter, is in Greenwood and is registered at the Imperial.  The many friends of John W. Powell  will regret to learn that he died at  Monterey, Cal,, last Gebruary.  For Rent���3-roomed house, clear:  aud nicely furnished, $9.    H.  J. Clint.  Jerry Cameron, formerly of the  Commercial hotel here, is now keeping*  the Pioneer hotel at Sheepranch,  Cal,  Mrs. H, H. Huff, who has been seriously indisposed for two weeks, is  making- favorable progress toward recovery.  For Sai,_���Laying hens and pullets,  thoroughbred White Wyandotte, and  White Leghorns, Apply to L. B.  Hodge, Kimberly avenue.  Johnny Frost'of the Bay mine, met  with an accident at the mine Monday  that will lay him up for a. few daya,  his leg* and ankle being badly pinched  by a falling stull.  To make room for spring goods we  are clearing out stock of suits, overcoats, etc.. at 25 per cent discount.  Russell-Law-Caulfidld Co.,  The Misses Shaw, Alice McMynn  and Gladys McCreath, who have been  'spending their winter holidays at  home, left for the coast on Tuesday, to  resume their studies at the Yale academy.  Mrs. D. -Ei.. Vandillen of Anaconda,  died in the Sisters' hospital, Greenwood, on Tuesday, January 29th,  surviving her infant child but a few  days. The funeral takes place this  afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Presbyterian church, Rev. M. D. McKee conducting the service.  February 15th a wrestling match  will be beld in the Auditorium between  Everett Baker of Greenwood, formerly  Pacific coast champion, at 135 pounds,  and Joe Heinrich of Spokane. As both  men have a good record, it is likely the  o  bout will be an interesting one.  Special edition of Phoenix Pioneer  for sale by McRae Bros.  Friday evening, February 8th, a ball  will be given in the Union hall, Boundary Falls, in aid of the free reading  room. The -committee has arranged  for music bv Bush's orchestaa of Mid-  wa.p, and otherwise arranged for a  first-class time. Supper will'be served  in the Smelter hotel. Admission tickets, $1.50.    Supper extra.  Clearance sale of Mackinaws, Overcoats at Russeli-Law-Caulfield Co.  The Young Peoples' Society of Chris-'  tian Endeavor of the Presbyterian  church, is holding an entertainment  and social in the church building on  Monday night-. ' At the close of the  eu'ertaniineut, which will oe more than  attractive, supper will be served. A 25  cent admission will be charged, the  7pT5"ce1jds't6"bes*-devoted--'to-i-elearing-=ofl*=  church accounts.  Full line of cash books, ledgers and  ���journals, also records, pocket and office  diaries.    Coles & Frith.  The hockey match between the  Phoenix and Greenwood intermediate  teams on Tuesday night, resulted in a  victory for the visitors by the score of  3 goals to 2. The ice was in good condition and the teams put up a very good  game, tho the Greenwood boys declare  that Phoenix was more lucky than  scientific, and declare thew will demonstrate thia on a return match.  John Gray, the popular Copper street  shoemaker, has had the good fortune  to be lucky in Tonopah speculations.  An investment in Tonopah stocks  made for him by Jack Farrel during  his visit there, has resulted in placing  John on Easy street. It is reported he  will dispose of his business" here and  go south about March IS.  John McKinnon of Rossland, formerly of the Mother Lode staff, is in  Greenwood for a few days, renewing  old acquaintances. Speaking of mat  ter_. political, Mr. M.Kinnon scouted  the idea of Rossland being won by  Conservative*. He reports that the  boy* who sent J. A Macdonald-to  Victoria, are doing it again, with an  increased majority, and that many  Rossland electors have been switched  into the Liberal ranks through the  rabid and vicious policy of the government organ, the Miner. Mr. McKnnon  returns to Rossland tomorrow, in time  to turther swell Macdonald's  majority  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings.  Stock taking sale of Hair Brushes.  White Bros., corner drug store.  Twenty-five per cent off suits and  overcoats. Good till February 15th.  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  The recent climatic conditions have  resulted in a great amount of sickness  throughout the Boundary and Okanagan districts, and colds and the "grip"  are the order of the day, in many instances developing into pneumonia.  Among those who are down with the  above trouble is C. R. Lambly, the  government agent at Fairview, who is  reported to he seriously ill at his home,  with but Blight hopes entertained of  his recovery.  Retiring from the crockery busiaess.  Everything going at cost. Anderson  Bros.  The masquerade ball under the auspices of the I.O. 0. F., in the Masonic  hall February 18th, bids fair to be the  most attractive event of the season.  Ten prizes will be up for competition,  and the list, which will be .on exhibition in the window of Anderson Bros,  store, is a most attractive one. The  best music available has been secured,  the grand march beginning at 9:30. An  admission fee of $2 will be charged,  which amount includes supper, served  in tne hall at midnight.  Canadian Almanac for 1907 for sale  at McRae Bros.  W. G. McMynn, Mayor Bunting, C.  Wilsou and Sydney Johnson, who represented Greenwood at the Curlers  Bonspiel in Cranbrook, returned last  Saturday. Though they failed to land  any of the big tropies, they had the  fun of making the other fellows get in  and dig in order to win, and generally  had a first-class time. The Greenwood  tean_ were immensely pleased with the  reception accorded the visiting curlers,  and fully appreciate the fact that it  was not Cranbrook's, fault if every  visitor did not thoroughly enjoy himself. .:.-���-.. .    '.  POLITICAL NOTES.  "Even the .prospect .of a general  eig*ht hour law for the province has no  terrors for me, and when this question  conic* to. the front, as come it must,  I will be the first to support it."���G. R.  Naden'at the meeting in the Auditorium.  The tactic* of the Socialists at the  meeting Suturday night will hardly  commend itself to the fair minded  portion of the community. Tne action  of their candidate in refusing to vacate  the platform when hia allotted time  had been taken up, was decidedly  .boorish, and in sharp contrast to the  conduct of the other candidates at  Socialist meetiusrs.  S IN THE HANDS OF AN .INEXPERIENCED PERSON. IF THERE IS SOMETHING  WRONG WITH IT BRING IT TO A  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER. OUR  SPECIALTY IS WATCH REPAIRING.  a ��MR W0RK- IS GUARANTEE��  Copper Street  Greenwood  ilil  ��#*fftt#*��Stt$��^#��0��#-'ti(--._.'*0*^  According to official reports, there  were in British Columbia 9 officers and  560 non-commissioned officers and men  entitled to land under the South African war land grant act. On February  5th, 1905, the department of lands and  works had issued 789 grants, aud it is  known that since then this number  has been greatly increased.. Will some  enterprising Conservative explain this  little matter.  Tho weak point of the Socialists  seems to be their inability to stand intelligent criticism. This was plainly  noticeale at Saturduy uight'a meeting  when the slightest reference to their  attitude on public issues met wilh  howls of disapproval. The question  naturally arises, if they are so intolerant of criticism now, what would they  be if by any chance they should succeed in obtaining the reins of office.  The New Westminster Columbian, in  au editorial attack on John Oliver,  declares that the time has passed when  the man with the "muck rake" is  needed in British Columbia politics.  With this suggestion the general public will cordially agree. In view of the  scandalous revelations of the inner  workings of the lands and works office,  .it might be .'idviKiibht lu drop the rake  and go at it wilh a .-.hovel or spade.  The Liberals held 17 seats out of 42  in the last legislature. They are not  likelv to lose any of these s-��ats in the  coming contest. They will win from  the Conservatives, Skeena, Comox,  Esquimalt, at leasl three Vancou-rer  seats, Richmond. New Westminster,  Kamloops. Okanagan, Kaslo and Nelson. The Liberals have alio good  chances to win in Similkameen, Ymir,  Revelstoke and Alberni. The result  may be ^ landslide, and the Liberals  may win 32 or 33 seats. In any event,  they cannot win less than 25 or 26.  The Socialists will not have more than  three members in the next legislature.  * _  .. DEALERSLIIN  Tresb anft'gurefl meats  Fisb and Poultry.  *  ���  B  B  -ft  ��  ft  ft'  ft  ft  ft  *  ft'  ft.  ft  ft  ft  ft  -ft.  .ft  ft  ft  M��9.9Mfi��l.������*��1'!l'J��iS��'f����e��Sfl����AvV��'^  i  ^   Just  received  a  fine  carload of   Eastertr'Oystersr  v   Clams, Crabs, Lobsters and all kinds of Shell Fish  �����"���h"* ***" '"��� ��f���-�� ��^nTT���Ti nr" '������fT��� TrrrT���*���; fir-"-*-, rr rmmvm ���  FISH  Finnen Haddie, Salmon, Halibut, Kippered Herring  UNION   MEAT   C��  Copper Street  -���������* M  ]��� P. FLOOD,     Prop  sr*  &  A. A. FRECHETTE  . . .  Manufacturer of and Dealer In  Harness, Saddles, Collars, Whips and  __    all kinds of Leather goods.  MAIL ORDERS Receive PROMPT ATTENTION  Repairing: of all kinds Neatly  and Promptly done.  Next door to Copper Street,  "PALACE LIVERY. *_' 7 .,;, GREENWOOD. B.C  -fi���r-fi-nitii'-rfnii  II  f  -. ��� .-_ ._J��.W I. _   l*     .(....J   ��� _X "^   m.m _____   ��� mMm.jEIt    _.���_,��    Jf    n. - ju, it "li JtL . BOON DA inf *cfc����JC  /  THE NOMINATIONS  Large Hssortment ol Ei  Silver Plated Hoods  In Lunch and Breakfast Cruets, Toast Racks, Mai-ma^  lades, Butter ��� Dishes, Sugars and Creams, Biscuit Jars,  Salad-affcd'Pfc^erve Dishes, and many more pieces too  numerous to mention,"  All the latest designs in Japanese China-ware in  Clips and Saucers, Sugars and Creams. Salad Dishes,  Ghodolate Jars, Tobacco Jars, Biscuit Jars, Jardineres,  'etc,  Gold Traced Victor Stock Pattern Always in Stock  10 PIECE TOILET SETS  FROM  $3.50 to$ 10.00  97, 102, 116 PIECE DINNER SETS FROM  $10.00 to $40.00  ���-���=��^2-%- The  Hardware  Furnishings  ^S  Groceries jl  What Geo* R. Naden Stands For.  Our policy is defined by our stand on  the meaa'uresjbrought before the house,  plus otfr aim's regarding* other measures  which can0 not be introduced by an  opposition but only by the government.  These are:  1. The creation of a department of  labor and information; subjects too  important to be left, at present, without  shape or provincial guidance to guard  u�� against undesirable immigrants.  2. Full inquiry into water records  and irrigation, and while protecting  prior rights, providing for a wider  distribution of water available for  irrigation purposes.  3. An adequate system of forest pro ���  tection.  4. Surveys of Crown lands available  for settlement, and, where practicable,  parcelling them into small holdings as  part of an immigration policy.  5. Repeal of School Act and return  ���f a system of state education.  6. Revision of the laws of placer and  dredging leases, and lessening of the  danger of inadvertent forfeiture.  -*-. No alliance with those revolution-  istjTwlTcTwould destroy" ou^=~Sy_teur"6f  government and haul down our flag;  but on the [contrary, co-operate with  that great body of labor which would  reform abuses in a constitutional way.  For Naden  What E- G. Warren or Edgar Dynes  Stands For  The government's policy is its record.  That record spells:  1. High taxes.  2. Neglect of roads and trails.  3. A monstrous School Act.  4. Neglect to protect our forests.  5. Neglect to compile and furnish  information regarding public lands, in  aid of settlement.  6. Broken promises to deal with  railway situation after proclaiming  necessity for action.  7. Backdoor method of dealing with  public lands.     .-  ���    ���  8. Barefaced attempt on the part of  the premier to make -'better terms" a  party issue and election cry, in face of  what took place in the house, where the  resolution brought in by the leader of  the opposition1 on the subject was  adopted by the government and passed  unanimously. ���  9. Subserviency to a railway corporation evidenced by unsuccessful attempts  to give one and a half million dollars  in cash for 800,000 acres ot public lands.  ^JL0__j_?__f_J_13LLi_L.ff__4 _g._*.._-<!*U.'??a3L9PJ'~  The   following are   the nominations  in ihe ridings of the province:  Atlin���John   Irving, lib; Dr. Young,  con.    Alberni���H   Brewster,  lib;   Wm  Manson,     con;    J.    Cartwright,    soc.  Cariboo���H Jones and J. Yorston,   lib;  C Wilson  and   F  R    Campion,   con.  Chilliwack���C W Munro, lib; S A Caw-  ley, con; Dr W J Curry, boc.   Columbia--W C Wells, lib; H G Parous, con.  Comox-J   B Bennett,   lib;  R   Grant,  con.    Cowichan���J N Evans, lib; W H  Hayward. con.    Cranbrook���Dr King,  lib; J A Harvey, con; T  13 Kelly,   soc.  Delta���John Oliver, lib; F J Mackenzie,  con.    Dewdney���R Jardine, lib; R Mc  Bride, con     Esquimau���John Jardine,  lib;   C   E   Pooley. con.    Fernie���Wm  Die ken, lib; W R Ross,   con; W Moore,  soc.    Grand Forks���H W Gregory, lib;  E   Miller,   con;   John   Mclnnes,   soc.  Greenwood-���G R Naden, lib; E G Warren, con; E Dynes, soc.    Islands���T W  Patterson, lib; A E   McPhillips,  con;  W J Ledingham, soc.    Lamloops���-J D  Swanson, lib; F J Fulton, con. ��� Kaslo  ���John Keen, lib; N McKav, con.    Lillooet-- M Eagleson, lib.   A-McDonald,  con.    Nanaimo���-H.  Sheppard,  lib; Dr  O'Brien,  con;  J W Hawthornthwaite,  soc.    Nelson���Dr GAB Hall, lib; J  Kirkpatriek,   con;    P   Phillips,    soc.  Newcastle���D Thomas, lib 1; ��� Cairns,  con; P Williams, soc.    New Westminster��� F WHoway, lib; T Giffo'rd, con;  J S Rainey, lab.    Okanagan-rDr Macdonald,   lib;  Price Ellison, con;  J  W  Logie, soc.    Revelstoke���R Caley, lib;  Thos   Taylor,   con;   W   Lefeux,   soc.  Richmond���J W Weart. lib; FL Carter-  Cotton, con.    Rosslind���J A Macdonald, lib; L A Campbell, con; AF Berry,  soc.  �� Saanich���J   Piercy,   lib;   D M  Eberts,      con,      Similkameen���-Smith  Curtis,   lib;   L W Shatford   con;  Geo  Winkler,   soc.     Skeena���Dr Kergati,  lib;   W   R   Lord.   con.    Sloean���A  B  Docksteader, lib; Wm Hunter, con; Wm  Davidson,  soc  lab.    Vancouver���R  P  McLennan, T F Neelands, A  Henderson, J W Deb Farris and W W  B  Mclnnes, lib; R G Tatlow,   J  F' Garden,  AH   MacGowan,   W  Bowser and  Dr  McGuire,   con; F  Williams and  AG  Perry,   lab;   R P  Pettipiece,  A Steb-  bings, B  Kingsley, K'H   McVety and  J   E   Dubberly,   soc,    Victoria���R   L  Drury,  W  G  Cameron,  J D McNiven  .and and R Hall, lib; R M��Bride,  H B  Thompson, J Behnsen   and F Davy,  con; Dr Ernest Hall  and A Johnson;  lab. Yale���Stuart Henderson, lib;Chas  Semlin,   con.    Ymir���J   Fred   Hume,  lib; Jas Schofield, con; John Houston,  ind con.  FOR  LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN  Watson's unshrinkable Underwear that will not  shrink, and Underwear that will wear. We are absolutely complete in all prices and grades,  Ladies' knit to fit Combination Underwear, absolutely the best on the market.    We have them,  awnri tur��_ra r. ni  Hunter-Kendrick Co., 'Ltd,  "The Big Store"  poration pay its taxes.  11. An unnatural alliance with the  declared enemies of the constitution.  12. Scandals in the lands and works  office, such as the Kitimat land deal,  the Kaien island deal, the Telqua coal  deal, etc ,' in which members of the  executive and associates are known to  have benefitted.  Greenwood electors, here is the political bill of fare. Take your choice;  but remember, you pay accordingly.  SOCIALIST MEETING  The Socialists are, perhaps, the  busiest men in Greenwood these days,  and are sparing no efforts to bring-  Iheir man out at the head of the poll  election day. Meetings at different  points are being held almost daily and  speakers from all parts are in attendance.  Tuesday night the biggest Socialist  meeting of the campaign was held in  the Auditorium to listen to the address  of W. T. Mills of Seattle, author,  journalist and lecturer on economics.  Ernest Mills, the former Socialist  candidate, first addressed the audience,  taking up the issues of the present  campaign-and answering-arguments.of  J. A. Macdonald, who spoke here  Saturday night. Following- him came  W T. Mills, who spoke on the aims  and theories of Socialism. Mr. Mills,  who is a writer of some repute, is an  able, fluent, pleasing talker, and his  remarks were given close attention by  j the large audience who thoroughly  | enjoyed the address.  AN OBLIGATORY DRESS  The Only Correct Coat for Any Day  Function.  The full frock cast, or "Prince Albert" was first brought into popularity  by {-".ince Albert, consort of the good  QUeen Victoria, who occupied in his  dijr somewhat the position in regard to  fashion thkt Kiajf Edward does now.  For day dress, for day weddings,  receptions or functioas and especially  idr church and Sunday wear, the full  double breasted frock coat is the only  correct dress for wen. It is obligatory,  Serni-r_adj> frock suits of fine black  cheviots are said in all the Semi-ready  Wardrobes at $25. $30 and $35, according to quality of cloth and silk linings.  The Bemi-ready jrock coat for fall is  Conservative aad __o4��st. The shoulders  are square and of natural width. The  ceat falls just bclew the knee.  P. W. George & Co. will be pleased  to show you how what "Semi-ready'  tailoring; profits the wearer.  iai*ei.fce for tio Ti  ROSSLAND WINTER CARNIVAL  February 12th-16th.  The Canadian Pacific railway an  nounce an excursion rate of fare and  one-third for the round trip for the  above event, from Revelstoke, Fernie  and all intermediate and branch line  points. Tickets on sale February lith  to 16th, good to return till Febrnary  18th.  REBEKAHS ELECT  Gas in Stomach.  Belching and that sense of fullness,  so often experienced after eating is  caused by the formation of gas. The  stomach falls to perform its functions  and the food ferments. Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct  the disorder. They aid digestion and  strengthen and invigorate the stomach  and bowels.    For sale by all druggists.  ti-*S|fi�� BOUNDARY  VALLEY   LODGE  -^VwtfS*' No. 38,1. O. O. F.   *  Meets  ersry  Toaadxj  ETcaiug at 8 00 in  th.  I. ��. O. F. H��U.     A  cordial lnvi tation is ex  tended to all ���ojonrning- bra.hs.n.  B.  11. MORTIMER, E. Ai**D_R_0_x,  N. 6. RocSec  D. G. M. Waller Morrison, D. D. G.  M. Martin and a large number of  Phoenix visitors attended a large meeting of the Odd Fellows in the Eagles-  hall Monday evening for the purpose  of instituting a Rebekah lodge in  Greenwood.  The following were elected as officers  of the Rebekahs for the ensuing term:  N. G., Mrs. F. E. Brown; V. G��� Mis.  D. McD. Hunter; Rec. Sec, F. E.  Brown; Fin. Sec. Mrs. E. O. Boak;  Treas., C. A. Philips; Warden, S. E.  Belt; Conductor, A. E. Braithwaite;  Outside Guard, W. B. Fleming; Inside  guard, Miss Annette Holmes; R. S. N.  G. F. B. Holmes; L. 3. N. G., Mrs. A.  Jordan, R. S. V. G., Mrs. W. G. Fleming; L. S. V. G., Miss Crow; Chaplain,  Mrs. Anna Phillips. ��  After the completion of the ceremony  supper was served and a social time  indulged in until a late hour.  '     The place lo buy second-hand  gaods  j is at H. J.  Clint's,   Copper street.     If  you don't like his prices make him an  offer. 21-22  ?C 4�� �����-'4' ��&- -I? *& 4' *$�� $��� 4* ^r 4> 4,���f*���4������-^-^4,���*^;*4,���#*l���^���4',^^  ���TO   ' i___on��____MW_s_wW--M_-B__w__apsMtiiri-W_MinD^ :W*  * ���^^^^���_���__��____-_sw *_-��� w���msiifnwss -M��_-___M_WWWWM_W-_M_i   .'  . *  Nice convenient cottage in north end of town,  with large garden.  Seven-roomed house in south end of town.   Well  furnished and up-to-date.  Two-roomed house with 25xi00-foot lot.    Close  in, $500.   Houses, rooms, cabins and shacks in all parts of  the town to rent.  Mines, Stocks, Real Estate and Insurance.  �����  t  I Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd-1  <���$�� GEO. R. NADEN, Manager ��$���  4* P. 0. Box 126. BROKERS Greenwood. B.C  4��  jiiibiiii <m Jini i ���!! ii ������������!< oi-HH-wifiH'-n ininTTr -T^TiTifTmT" -ffl"T*7TTrt,vi-^Trf^-f*- *.?' ri^nnitfiinwiTTrTr Trfim-1> -n_n-rr_-B��_Tiir__ ��asa  FRESH OYSTERS,      HOT TAMALES  ���   SPRING CHICKEN      . -  In fact everything- in season is served at  CAFE  LUNCH COUNTER     *  Open at all Hours. Prompt Service.  L.  moore & Mcelroy,  _����� si_uuiiirj____i__) ��__sbd c  Proprietors  IO  qokS  ���;'---$-*>*'><--3-<>-->4h^m$<mS��^^  It is time you were placing vour order for vour  FALL and WINTER SUIT.  We have them in the best patterns and weights  ever brought into this district.  OUR   PRICES   ARE   SURE   TO    PLEASE.  :���>��;���  t  T  V  T  T  '?  Y  ���x.  1W. ELSON.  The Tailor.  Copper   Street.  ���:~x*^K'>->:~>-->**><k*-*>^  I  7;7'i'*  Solid Oak'  ressers  ���>  ���;;  For beauty,styles, dura-   X  y  7*   bilitv     and     usefulness   X  t  combined   with   moder-   X  ���'������*~~i----* ��� ������   at  price our  Dressers, Stands, Sideboards, Dining  Room Tables and Chairs  have no superior.  We are leadersrin Furniture.  T. M. GULLEY & CO.  Furniture Dealers and Undertakers.   Greenwood and Midwaay.

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