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 6?  \ _g,.-l-ti^ /iS  -Vol.-9.  GREENWOOD,. B. C.FRIDAY   AUGUST 25,U%5.  No. 5$>  T/*fiJ    ESM&      ^TOJE?^  [The  Big  Store  m~  ���  Stands above -all. We carry a Full Line  and can satisfy tlie most exacting. Let us  fit you out for Fall and Winter wear. Our  prices are $5<00, $5.50, $6.00 and $6.50  The most up-to-date shoe on the market.  Our Annual  SUMMER  SALE  Will Close  LAST  Chance For  CASH  BUYERS.  CUSTOMERS OF THIS STORE KNOW THAT WE HAVE  tstrrsrri^ uiyinunoiu dakuriito uunmu vutf  SUMMER SALE  n - "  Now  this sale will close on the above date* but before  closing we  have a few big snaps  to  offer in the shoe  department*    Come and inspect the lines advertised y  Children's  Shoes  and Slippers,  sizes  3 to  7, Regular  Price, 75c, Sale Price, 50c,  24  pairs Ladies' Fine   Shoes, made of Dongola Kid.  Worth $3,50, Sale Price, $2.50  Men's Fine Shoes, made of Dongola Kid and Box Calf,  Regular Price, $4,50, Sale Price, $2.50  Ladies' Shower Coats, Regular Price, $&. Sale Price, $5.00  PF* IMPORTANT All Goods reduced in price will be sold for CASH ONLY  STORE CLOSES DAILY AT SEVEN O'CLOCK  EXCEPT SATURDAYS AT 10 P.  M.  D01NI0N COPPER CO.  Leading Men in New Company Visit Boundary.  EXTENSIVE  OPERATIONS  Will Be Commenced at Once  Strong  Company.  MIDWAIAMERM  Boundary's third big mining company is getting ready to mine and treat  ore on a large scale. After many  trials and tribulations, financial and  otherwise, there has emerged out of  the conflict a new Dominion Copper  company, on a safe, sure and permanent basis. The company has the  properties, the necessary capital, and  what is equally important, has men  behind it who have proved eminently  successful in the Icopper mining world  elsewhere, and who begin operations  in the Boundary fully convinced that  they oan make success here. In the  new company are some of those who  invested in the ill-fated Montreal &  Boston.- At their head is Senator  Werner Miller, who is now president  of the Dominion Copper company. He  and a number of his associates came  from New York to examine the properties of the company and arrange for  the resumption of mining and smelting operations. They -arrived in  Phoenix on Monday in their private  car, which was attached to the regular  Great Northern train. They visited  the Brooklyn and Stemwinder and  other properties ot the companv on  Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning and drove to Greenwood. After  luncheon at' the Imperial hotel the  party visited the company's smelter at  Boundary Falls and returned to Phoenix the same evening. In the party,  in addition to Senator Miller, were:  Samuel Newhouse, one of the largest  copper operators in Colorado and  Utah. In the latter state he" has an  extensive smelter plant at Newhouse���  a model town in which he takes considerable pride and interest. Alvin  Untermeyer and his" nephew, Alyin,  Untermeyer, jr.. Mr. Untermeyer is a  brother of the famous New York  lawyer, who probed the difficulties in  connection with the Munroe & Munroe failure, and who is largely inter  ested in the new company. Mr. Wnter-  meyer is also the Guggenheime's legal  representative. John M. Shaw, the  treasurer of the Dominion Copper com-  pahy^is'a-memberof'the-banking-tirm'  of J. M. Shaw & Co., New York; M.  M Johnson is consulting engineer for  the company, and it was he who ex-  perted the properties before-the reorganization took- place ; ��Wm. Milne  Donald, a member of the New York  Stock Exchange, is heavily interested  in the new company, as is also J. C.  Marion of New York. W. C, Thomas,  the new manager, accompanied the  party and will remain her-: to take  personal charge of operations.  Mr. Johnson makes his home in Salt  Lake City, but his profession keeps  him traveling a good part of the time.  He expects to return here in a short  time.  In the meantime active work will be  commenced at the mines and the  smelter at Boundary  Falls blown in.  The management has not yet decided whether a new smelter is to be  erected or the old one enlarged. In  any event the third furnace will be  put in place and the smelter used until  such time as a decision will be arrived at.  The organization of such a strong  company, comprised of the most successful copper men in America, means  much for the Boundary. With the  Granby soon treating 3,000 tons a day  and continually enlarging; with the  B. C. Copper company extending its  operations, and with the development  of the properties of the Dominion Copper company and the treatment of its  ores in its own smelter, the Boundary  will materially strengthen its position  as one of the most important copper  producing districts in the world today.  E. B. Dill left this, week for Nelson,  where he will visit for a month.  Chief Engineer LackieTakes  Charge of Construction  WESTBRIDGE THIS YEAR  Railway Will Be Completed to Vernon  Next Summer.  A. R.F. Lackie of Baltimore, chief  engineer of the Midway and Vernon,  arrived from the coast Tuesday evening, accompanied by Ralph Smailes.  Mr. Lackie has full charge of construe--  tion matters. He will arrange for the  immediate construction of, the line* as  far as Westbridge. He intends leaving for Vernon over the proposed route  of the railway next week. Mr. Lackie  has had a long and varied experience  as a railway engineer. He is a native  of Mount Forest, Ont., and got his *  first actual experience on the construction of the C. P. R. along the north  shore of Lake Superior. After successfully carrying out some heavy  work in Baltimore and vicinity, he  went to Central America, where vhe  constructed railways under great difficulties, both as regards labor and'Climate. He considers British Columbia  a delightful change, after the fever-  laden atmosphere of Central America.  The McLean Bros, have sub-let the  greater portion of the first ten miles of  the Midway and Vernon and considerable grading has already been done.  .As soon as'Mr. Lackie gets his staff "  organized, further contracts will be  let. Messrs Arthur and Cain, who  represent the New York capitalists  who are financing the construction of'  the road, are expected here early in*  Seotember.  Another novelty, which will be a real  attraction has been added to those already promised for the Spokane Interstate Fair, which is held this year'  from October.9 to 15. It is a farmer's  race for a $100 purse. It is given by  the Pacific Live Stock Association of  Spokane for teams driven by the  owner and drawing four-wheeled vehicles. EJach team must be owned by  the party entering same at least six  months prior to the fair. Horses which  have run in professional races will be  barred. The race will be half mile  heats, best two in thrce7'trot or pace or,  both; The race will be for overnight  entries and the purse will be divided  50,i2S,_l5_andJ0_per_cent.__No_entrauce_  fee will be charged. It is not yet announced what day this race will be  given. It will be one of the most interesting contests a I the Fair, for the  formers of the luland Empire have  plenty of good driving teams.  A Warning to Mothers.  Too much care cannot be used with  small children during the hot weather  of the summer months to guard against  bowel troubles. As a rule it is only  necessary to give the child a dose of  castor oil to correct any disorder of  the bowels. Do not use any substitute, but give it the old-fashioned  castor oil, and see that it is fresh, as  rancid oil nauseates and has a tendency to gripe. If this does not check  the bowels give Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and  then a dose of castor oil, and the disease may be checked in its iucipiency  and all danger avoided. The castor  oil and this remedy should be procured  at once and kept ready for instant use  as soon as the firsc indication of any  trouble appears. This is the most successful treatment known and may be  relied upon with implicit confidence  even in cases of cholera infantum. For  sale by all druggists.  Every man owes it to himself and  hia family to master a trade or profession. Read the display advertisement  ot the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy,  in this issue, and learn how easily a  young man or woman may learn teleg  raphy aud be assured a position.  j    Almostfive million persons were en-  ��� _TaSe(l   ia *ne  world's  mining   industries in 1903. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  I.   H.   HALLET <  Barkistkk, Solicitor,  Notary Pubivic.  Catile Address :       hai/lbtt."  Codes  Bedford M'Neill's  & Nears  ) Moreiug  ( "Leiber's.  Greenwood,   a.   c.  J. P. MCLEOD  Barrister and Solicitor,  Offices in  RENDI-d, BLOCK  Over Bank of Montreal  P. 0. Box 31.  Phone 81  GREENWOOD B.C  A.  E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Alnlng and Engineering Surveys.  Residence:    Church St. 'Phone B15.  GREENWOOD, IS. C.  ARTHUR NI. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  OHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil E-noinurr,  Dominion    an.    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  0 dice with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.    :      :      :      :    SO.  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  * RICHARD EI. PARKINSON,  A. M. Can* Toe* C. E.  Surveyor and Civil "Engineer.  Surveys   ou   Kettle   River   and   West  Fork promptly attended to at   regular  prices.  Address :    FAIRVIEW  P.   O., B. C  W. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting Mining Engineer.  Properties examined  ancl  reported   on.   Will  take charge of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD.       -       -       -       S.   O.  T. F. SUTREEAP  E5. Sc'  .  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  Shippers' Agent. Entire charge taken  of consignments of ore. Checking,  weighing, sampling and assaying  of samples.  GREENWOOD, B. C  is:   BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  "���^"w^ No. 38.1.0. 0. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 iu the  I. O. O. F. Hall.    A. cordial invi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  J. McCreath .red B. Holmes.  N. G. Rec.-Sec  Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  "Issued ewcry f i-iday ������  Duncan Ross.... Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yeak 1 2 00  Six Months. a    _ 1 2=  To Forkign Countries 2 50  ���x-  <U-v.'l6-*l(��y)LAB.L'''  FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, ITO5.  THE TRUE FACTS.  The Vernon News and the  Hedley Gazette in recent issues  discuss the dismissal of A. H.  Wade from the position of postmaster at Pentieton, and charge  Duncan Ross, M. P., with favoring -what is popularly known as  the spoils system. The News  states the case as follows :  The recent dismissal of A. H. Wade  from the position of postmaster at  Pentieton furnishes a most glaring ex-  ' ample of the pernicious spoils system  in connection with the distribution of  political patronage, aud is a t;ross  violation, not only of every principle  of ordinary justice but of the elements  of common decency.  Mr. Wade has been a faithful servant of the postoffice department for  twenty years, during that time his  performance of the duties of his office  has been marked by the highest efficiency and the strictest integrity, all  his official superiors are willing to  testify most emphatically to his fitness  for the position, there never has been  a word of complaint as to dereliction of  duty, ancl the esteem with which he-is  regarded by the community . is' sufficiently evidenced by the fact that out  of a possible 125, 115 names were  signed to a petition asking for the retention of his services,  Those unacquainted with the depths  of pettiness to which an unscrupulous  politician will descend iu order ' to  throw a.sop, to the ravening pack of  of party heelers and office-seekers who  surround him, will find it difficult to  believe that', with all these things to  be said in his favor, Mr. Wade was actually dismissed because he moved the  postoffice from his old building to his  new store. And this, in spite of the  fact that Posloffice Inspector Greenfield approved of the proposed change  and had recommended the department  that it be made.  If this is the way Duncan Ross, M.  P., commences his career as a public  man, he will have a great many awkward questions to answer and a great  deal of righteous indignation to face  when he appeals to his constituents for  reelection. Even the most rabid parti  san, if possessed of any sense of fairness at all, must condemn such an unjustifiable act, and the larger proportion of voters who are governed by  reason and right will have no hesitation in giving very pointed- ancl practical expression to their views on the  subject.  The matter referred to by these  Tory journals does not interest  the readers of the Boundary Creek  Times, except in so far as effort  is made to fasten on the government and the representative for  Yale-Cariboo a policy not warranted by the facts. Even if the  charge were true and Mr. Wade  Wade were dismisssd for partisan  reasons, neither the Gazette nor  the News "would have good  grounds for complaint. They be-  ong to a party which "after the  general elections of 187JS" ruthlessly dismissed competent civil  servants because they were Liberals. They belong to a party  which, iu the province of Ontario  today, is dismissing civil servants  whose only crime is that they are  Liberals, and they belong to a*  party which in British, Columbia  has dismissed compeuteut men to  make wa}-- for incompetents whose  only claim for position was that  they were bitter Tory partisans.  . What are the facts in connection with the dismissal of Mr.  Wade? Earl}*- in the ja^r the  Okanagan Land company, which  recently acquired the Ellis estate,  started a new townsite immediately above the old town of Pentieton. Mr, Wade, who was a.general. ���'merchant as., well 'as  postmaster, erected a store build-  in g^in^th _"-n e w"to\v ir=-pre par a-tory-  to removing there. Those who  were interested iu tlie old town-  site were naturally afraid that an  effort would be made to remove  the postoffice to the uew townsite  and wrote the member stating  that the people of Pentieton were  opposed to the removal of the  postoffice' from the old town.  They were informed that no application had been made to the  postmaster-general for the removal of the postoffice. Should  such au application be made it  would be considered on its merits.  On May 4th, Mr. Ross wrote  the following letter to the deputy  postmaster-general :  Dkar Doctor Coui.tkk : I am advised that an application will be made  for the removal of the postoffice at Pentieton to the new townsite. I would  deem it a favor if no action lie taken  in connection with this matter without  consulting me. I take this precaution  because I understand that while the  present postmastei is a strong Conservative, he is also a strong personal  friend of the posto'lic. inspector. 1  do not want any action taken, as a  strong protest has reached in��* against  the removal.    Yours very truly,  Duncan .-"oks.  Ou May Sth he received the following reply:  My Dkak Mh. Ross : With reference  to your letter of the 4th inst. on the  subject of a proposed change in the  site of the Pentieton postoffice and requesting that no action be taken in  the matter without consulting yOu, 1  beg to state that no steps will be taken  in a matter of this  kind   without  first  learning yonr views in regard to it.  Yours truly,  R. M. Coulter,  Deputy Postmaster-General.  Mr. Ross heard nothing further about the matter until June  9th, when he received the following telegram :  PknTJcTon, 13. C, June 9th, 1905-  Duncan Koss, M. P., Ottawa: Citizens' meeting has resolved to inform  you that postoffice was removed to new  townsite yesterday.  Mr. Ross immediately saw the  deputy postmaster-general and  protested against the department  giving cousent for the removal of  this postoffice without consulting  him, as stated in his letter of  May Sth, aud he-was informed  that that the department had  never received an application for  the removal of this postoffice,  that the postoffice (had been  moved without the consent-of the  department and that he (Dr,  Coulter) would wire the postmaster immediately ordering that  the postoffice be removed back  again to the old Site. Up to that  time, the postoffice department  had. never received either from  the postoffAc inspector nor-'Mr.  Wade any notification regarding  the removal of the postoffice, but  it afterwards transpired there  was correspondence of a personal  uature between Mr. Wade aud  the postoffice inspector. Regarding this * correspondence,  neither postmaster-general nor  the member was advised. Mr.  Wade, who has beeu postmaster  for fifteen years, and is not lacking in intelligence, did know  that no postoffice could be removed without the cousent of the  postmaster-general. _ That coh-  _eut was never asked for nor  granted and when he refused to  remove the postoffice back again  .until such time as the application for removal-could be considered, there was no alternative  left but dismissal. The people  of the old town of Pentieton had  rights as well as Mr. Wade aud  the Okanagan Laud company.  They were promised by the member for Yale-Cariboo that those  rights would be protected and  that promise wns kept. Mr. Wade  has only himself to blame for his  dismissal. It surely cannot be  contended that Mr. Wade is a  privileged person, not amenable  to well-known rules of the pastor'fiee department. If postmasters  were allowed to remove postoffices  "without~tlie "conseuTof "life "postmaster general, the convenience  of the public iu whose interests  postoffices are established would  often be sacrificed iu the interest  of the townsite boomer and land  company promoter.  3$  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Capital, all paid up, $14,0.00,000.  Rest..  ..$10,000,000.  President.   Lord Stratiicona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drummond.  General Manager:   E. S  Clouston,     - '  Branches in London, Eng. | ^r^S,} New York, 'CMcago.  Buy ancl sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers *, Grant Commercial an  Travellers* .Credits, available in auy part'of the wo'rld. -  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  >=��>  *_��"  te-9  *=_9  mMmmmmmmMmmmmmmmMm  Asphaltuin usually exists in bituminous limestones and sandstones  from which it constantly oozes.  DR MATHISON DENTIST  Opposite Post   Office  GREENWOOD      -     -      B  C  stHM* *$*''*$'<$"$"��? 4* 4* ^4* ���h ,&*kty"b'b 4* 4�� ��"!��� ^ 4* 4* 4* 3S  *. A Comfortable 5 Roomed House For Sale  --'     The McDonnell residence in North part  of the city.  LOT 100 FEET 1BY 105 FEET.  ^ Five   rooms,   4  closets,  pump  and well ih house.'!'4��  "I9 Cliickeii house.    All fenced.    For price and terms'- *$���  7   '."'.������       apply to *>*  sg ���$_ *!_ _|. ~mf, vf..*^*^ ���!* ��$* ��$* *f�� *$- ���$ .$- *|* -^ >)j* ��$* ��f*;���$�� %$�� ��$����$��������$��� ss  ERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manasjor ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. GeiVl Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :  $5 and under     3 cents  Over  $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  "-  $10       " '   " $30   10 cents  "    $30       " " $50    15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par al any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), iiul a l I ho principal bankiny points in the United States.  NlXUTIAIILIi  AT  A   Fi.NlilJ  K.Vi 1! AT  Tiis_ CANADIAN BANK OV COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  Tl.oy i'ori.j ;-.:s c :_���._. 7. ���*."���' ���*'.-���'.had ->i~ r'.niiltisi"; small sums of money  .,   V.V.'::  :;:7it'  __'<.:  at .--.iii'il!  cost.  Greenwood Branch   -   -.  -   -  W. ALLISON, Manager.  Evarisle  Dupont  &   Co's Clarets and Sauterues.  Sanderson's Scotch Whiskies.  _ELrom}!5__Rogce_&_Ctfs Brandies.  Deinhard & Co's Rhiue Wines.  Red Raven Splits for High Livers' Livers.  Kinderlen's  "'-Freebooter" Genuine-Holland Gin.  Pabst and Calgary Beer.  ;enwood liquor  We carrv a full line of Bar Fixtures and Glassware  S.BARRY YUILL  Wlxmf%  ^���i.'. 7, ,���..-,���.*���"  7 - ��� ��� . >nJ?^s  PKACTICAT.      WATCHMAKER       AND  JEWELLER.  All work truaranteed    GREENWOOD  v  $     " -   -  a    ��sa  :.  ?  *?  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  X  X  Y  *  ���*- "  -  :_  THE BARN WHERE IS KEPT  THE BEST OF DRIVERS AND  RIGS AS WELL AS SADDLE  AND PACK HORSES ARE ALWAYS  AT  YOUR   DISPOSAL.  nmmFeed Store  Can supply 3-011 wants in all kinds of  Chopped Feed, Hay or Grain    :    :  Livery Phone 19.  Feed Store Phone 124  GEO- H. CROPLEY,  Proprietor,  i  X  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  ���><��:��**;��k��:-:-x^:^^^ r.viarvjat3-jz��tUl)a>WS _  i .mtw.KG&FSHii  KLtiKiaacniKB^MwsH  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  VOL. 9-NO. 51, AUG. 25,1905  LOCAL NEWS ITEMS;  Harry Simmons, son of Dr. Simmons, left today for Vancouver to, resume his studies at the hig-h school.  Captain and Mrs. Swayne -went up  to the West Fork Sunday, where Mrs.  Swayne will remain for a couple of  weeks. :������'  Ernest Mills, secretary of Greenwood Miners' union, is at present in  in the Camborne district organizing a  union there.  ���-.   >.  R. Roberts, the well known mining  engineer, was over from Rossland this  week to arrange for the resumption of  mining operations at the Jewel.  Mr. B, F. Petch wishes to thank  those friends who extended help and  sympathy during the illness and at  the death of his wife; also those who  sent flowers.        '-."'-"  Postmaster Frith and City Solicitor  Myers-Gray have returned fron their  wanderings on the coast. Both visited  the Portland Fair and both report having had an enjoyable vacation.  A. H. B. McGowah, "M. P. P. for  Vancouver, was in the city for a short  time this week. He came over from  the Similkameen by Royer's flyer and  intended going through the Kootenay  before returning to the coast.  L. Y. Birnie and7 George Smith of  Phoenix enjoyed a unique outing last  week. They went to Canyon City on  the main Kettle river- on a fishing  trip.. They returned to Midway in a  boat of their own manufacture. The  distance is over 50 miles.  Jasl McNicol, one of the pioneer  merchants of the Boundary, will again  open a store in Midway, the building  now being under way. About a year  ago Mr. McNicol was burned out, the  ��� loss being almost a complete one. He  since started in business in Vancouver  aud will riin stores in both places..  Concessions and privileges for the  Sqokane Interstate-Fair will be sold at  the Fair grounds August 26th, 2 p. m.  Those who wish anything of the kind  should be there, if possible, but anyone who cannot be present then can  make application for space prior to  August 26. .The amount of space required and the character of the privilege should be stated. The Fair  grounds wJll be open evenings this  year and this will make more valuable  all concessions and privileges. No  free, admission will be Riven this year  to|those obtaining concessions. They  can secure season tickets admitting  purchaser three times daily for 53.00.  Chief Engineer Hogeland ef the  Great Northern, Chief Engineer Kennedy of the V., V. & E., aud Contractor Shields, of Siems & Shields, left  Midway last week to go over the route  of the V., V. & E. through to the  coast. They intended driving to  Princeton, but itv would be necessary  to take horses through the Hope mountains. At Princeton Mr Kennedy received a wire instructing him to go to  Ottawa immediately a. lhe Canadian  Pacific Railway company, failing to  --defeat-V7,-N-&-E.--legi_l:itioii__in .parliament, were opposing the filing of  the necessary plans to construct the  road. Mr. Kennedy, by riding night  and day, succeeded in" catching Thursday's train for Spokane. 7  A REAL PHILANTHROPIST  Qualities Which Have Been Kept Dark  for Over Sixty Years.  To the Editor of the Times.  Dkar Sir : I beg to refute the statement made in the last issue of your  paper that Mr. O. Lund ''is now producing wealth as the paid lecturer of  the Socialists," and ''living off.the  earnings of hard-working men."  As secretary of Greeuwood Socialist  Local No. 9, I beg for information re  who the socialists and laborers are that  paid Mr. Lund for his services here.  I i_e_r to also inform you that Mr.  Lund did nor receive one cent of Eocal  No. 9's money for speaking here in  Greenwood.  Re the probability of Mr. Lund's  better service to humanity on the end  of a 7-foot saw than the vocation he  is now following (free gratis) is only a  matter of difference of opinion.  Frankly, the opinion of the writer is  that Mr. Lund is now employing hiitf"-  self at the most meritorious work ever  conceived by the human r;iiif��, namely,  establishing the brotherhood of man  and the practice of the greatcomtnand-  ment, " Whatsoever ye would that men  should do unto you, do ye even so unto  them."    Sincerely yours,  Abe. Hahbekg.  Greenwood, B. C, Aug. 21, 1901.  The writerof the local  item in last  week's issue of the Times, as a union  man for over twenty vers, aud a*  charter member of one of the first  trades unions on the mainland of Brit-  is Columbia, thought -it his duty to  warn younger unionists to. look well  into the previous acts of lecturers on  labor questions before placing too  much faith in their present utterances.  From an officer of Socialists Local  No. 9 it is learned that a number of  books, entitled ."The Four Orphans,"  were purchased, from Mr.- Lund for 15  cents each. The books were being sold  last Sunday by an officer of Local No.  9 at 50 cents each. This disposes of  the statement that Lund "did not receive one cent of Local No. 9's money."  Perhaps Mr. Hallberg had not heard of  the purchase.  Perhaps we are all too ready to quote  the particular Commandment that  suits our purpose, and too slow.in putting it into practice. It is inconceivable that, the "great Commandment"  can b.e practically exemplified by buying a book for 15 cents and selliug it  for 50 cents, a profit of 333^ percent,  even if the object is "establishing the  brotherhood of man."  Should^they gain control of the government of the country, little bnt  graft could be expected of a party  whose theory is "universal brotherhood" and whose practice is 333>_ per  cent profit. If book-peddling on Sunday at 333J. per cent profit is practical  Socialism, the sooner unionists drop  it the better for unionism.  A little forethought may save you  no end of trouble. Anyone who makes  it a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at  hand knows this to be a fact. For sale  by all druggisfs.  Try Galloway Bros, for fresh fruits.  They are fine.  "Woecl's TboeplioclSnei  The Great TEnglish TReinedy.  A positive cure for all forms of  .....   .        Soxual Weakness, Mental and  i'.kkobe and A.TER Brain "Worry, JSinissions, Spermatorrhoea, Itnpotency, Effects of Abuse or  Excess, all of which lead to Consumption,  Infirmity, Insanity and an early grave. Price  ?l per pke., six for ? 5. One will please, six will  cure. Sold by all druggists or mailed in plain  package on receipt of price. Write for Pamphlet.  The Wood Medicine Co., Windsor, Ontario.  ���ueen's Hotel  Dining Room  Our aim is to suit the most  fastidious;    On. the table  will be found all the cle-  licies of the season.  A new cook  having*  taken  charge of the cul liner j department    your   wants  will cheerfully be given  the utmost attention.  Special Rates to Steady Boarders and Roomers.  ElflUid U��tt��l- instantly restores  the brilliant newness and finish of  Pianos, Furniture, Picture Frames  Interior Woodwork, Hardwood  Floors, and all polished, varnished  or enameled surfaces.  It renews and redresses everything it touches; Revarnishing is  unnecessary, becauses scratches,  stains and dirt instantly disappear, leaving a smooth, brilliant  surface.  Liquid UetttCr is not a varnish, but  a surface food that is absorbed by  the old finish, instantly restoring  the latter to its original brightness. Easy to use���only a piece  of cheese cloth is necessary. Dries  instantly.  One delighted customer writes  that it is worth $100 per bottle.  The price is only 50 cents.  Sold by  A. L. White. 0! C  One machine does the work of seven  ordinary jigs, and it takes 5 horsepower to run it, so that it has two attractive features, low consumption of  power and great capacity.  FLOYD & COX. Proprietors  PURE MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of th*" city.  NOTICE.  In the matter of the " Land Registry Act," and  In the Matter of the Title to the Soutli Half  of l<ot 16, Block " D," Map 28. Greenwood  City.* -���;...-���  WHEREAS   Certificate of Title cf Fran  cesco Fera, being- Certificate Number  3043a, to the above  hereditaments, has   been  lost  or  destroyed  and   application has been  made to'nie for a duplicate thereof.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a duplicate Certificate of Title to the above hereditaments will be issued at the expiration of  one month from the date hereof, unless iu the  meantime valid objection to the contrary be  made to me in writing.  Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B. C, August  18. IMS. W. H. EDMONDS.  District Registrar.  ��-^  -ii  Synopsis of Regulations Governing t s Disposal of Dominion Lands within t e  Railway Belt in the Province  British Columbia.  A LICENSE to cut timber can be  acquired only at public competition.  A rental of $5 per square mile is charged  for all timber berths excepting- those  situated "West of Yale for which the  rental is at the rate of 5 cents per acre  per annum.  In addition to the rental, clues at the  following rates are charged:���  Sawn lumber, 50 cents per thousand  feet B. M.      '  Railway ties, eight and nine feet  long, \% and \%.cents each.  Shingle bolts, 25 cents a cord.  All other products, 5 per cent on sales  A license is issued as soon as a berth  is granted but in unsurveyed territory  no timber can be cut on a berth until  the licensee has made a survey thereof.  = Permits to cut timber are also granted at public competition, except in the  case of actual settlers, who require t"ie  timber for their own use.  Settlers and-others may also obtain  permits to cut-up to 100 cords of wood  for sale without competition.  The dues payable under a permit are  $1.50 per thousand feet B. M , for  square timber and sawlogs of any  wood except oak; from % to \% cents  per lineal foot for building logs; from  12J_ to 25 cents per cord for wood; 1  cent for fence posts; 3 cents for railway ties; and 50 cents per cord on  shingle bolts.  Leases for grazing purposes sre issued for a term of twenty-one years  at a rental of two cents per acre per  annum, -  Coal lands may be purchased at S10  per acre for soft coal, and $20 fer anthracite. Not more thau 320 acres  may be acquired by one individual'or  company.  Royalty at the rate of 10 cents per  ton of 2,000 pounds is- collected on the  gross output.  Entries for land for agricultural purposes map be made personally at the  local land office for ~tli<r "district ~ "in  which the land to be taken i*. situated,  or if the homesteader desires, he may,  on application to the Minister of the  InteriorQat Ottawa, the Commissioner  of Immigration at Winnipeg, or the  local agent tor the District, within  which the land is situated, receive ;ui  thority for some one to make entry for  him.  A fee of S10 is charged for a homestead entry.  A settler who has received an entry  for a homestead is reduired to perform  the conditions connected therewith  under one of Ihe following plans:  (1) At least six months' residence ou  and cultivation of the land in each  year during the term of three years.  It is the practice of the Department  to require a settler to bring 15 acres  under cultivation, but if he prefers he  may su'o.-titute stock; and 20 head of  cattle; tc. be actually his own property,  with buildings for their- accominod-i-  tion will be accepted instead of the cultivation.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the  father is deceased) or any person who  is eligible to make a honiesieod entry  under the provisions Of lhe Act, resides Upon a farm in the vicinity of  the land entered for by such person as  a homestead, the requirements of the  Act as to residence prior to obtaining  patent may be satisfied by such person  residing with the father or mother.  ' (3) If the settler lias his permanent  residence upon farming land owned by  him in the vicinity of his homestead,  the requirements of the act as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Application for a patent should be  made at the end < f three years before  the local agent, sub agent or a homestead inspector.  Be fori- making an application fora  patent, the settler must give six  months* notice in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his intention to do so.  W.-W. CORY.  Deputy of the Minister of the  Interior.  B  B  B  B  B B B -:> -:��� S- -*- 'I* * B B B B B B B B BBB  &BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB&BBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBB  ! 3 DAYS 3 1  B - B  &VVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB  i  Commencing Sep. 20  Larger and better thau-ever. ITjveo-tliing new  and up to date. All kinds of open air attractions  Each day something- interesting. You will meet  old friends there. Single fare on all lines of  travel.    Write for Prize List.  ;: J. E7 ANNABLE,- Sec.  O0O0OO0O00<H><KK>0<X)O<>0<>0O0OO0<��K)O0<>'>^^  1905-September 27 to October 7-1905  Under  the  auspices  ol"   the   Royal  Agricultural and Industrial Society."  , 1-  7 I  Stupendous and comprehensive  array  of  Exhibits  representing the resources of all Canada.  $100,000 IN PRIZES and ATTRACTIONS $100,000  Enlarged grounds, new, handsome atid spacious buildings.  WORLD'S   CHAMPIONSHIP   EVENTS   in  Rowing   and   Lacrosse,  Horse Racing. Broncho Busting, Military Parades and  Exercises.  ROYAL IRISH GUARDS and other Famous Bands.'  GRAND WATER CARNIVAL���Parade  of  Eraser river fishing fleet,  patrol boats, II. M. warships,llndian War Canoes, etc. Indian sports  For all information write . '-  W, H. KEARY, Secretary and Manager,  New Westminster, B. C.   X  0<K>O00O0OO00000<)<>0<>OO(>(XKX> 0000 00000 00000000000000000  KNOWN  B  % The best  B  B  B    .  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B ��� -  B  B    ���  ��-  B  B .  B  B  B  ���4.  V  B  GREEN BONES, CUT FRESH  THREE TIMES PER WEEK  BBBBB  B  B ���  *  ��  B  . *  "    '    B-  B-  B  B.  B'  B  .  B  B-.  ,    O '  ,   ��  *  B  B  ��� B  a  B  B  B  B  : -a,.  ^      *  6  ��  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  #G#*e-'j��}1iBB#'t)BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBeBB&aBBBBBBBBBBBaBB  ��L>B 'NEWSPAPl  25 cents per hundred at this office  MINERAL ACT 18%  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Gladstone"   Mineral   Claim,   situate  in   tlie  Greenwood Mining  Division of  Yale  District.   Where located: In Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hnllf.u. as  atrent for Gcorire K. Naden. Free Minor's  Certilicate No. HS55<.3. Frederick H. IVnibertou.  Free  Miner's CVrtllicate  No.  l'.!*S363.  Howard  IJ. Konnard. Kive MliierS Certilicate No.H22-)."*S  Clive  I'liiliips-Woolley,  Free  Miner's Ceriificate No. 1!��I5'��9. and 171 mil ml T.Wickwiie.Fre**  Miner's Certilicate    No.   15S0427.  intend. si.\tv  davs from the date liereof. to avolv lo tlie Miii-  iiil. Recorder for a Ceriificate of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtnininir a Crown Grant of  the above claim.  And further take notice thai  action,  under  section   37,   must  'ie commenced   before   the  issuance    of    such     Certilicaie    ot    Improvements.  Dated this 25th dav of Julv. A   D., l^OJ.  1    II. UALMiTT.  .- MINERAL ACT  Certificate of of Improvemeats  NOTICK.  "Contention Fr.-ictioii.il"' Mineial Claim, sit -  ale in the Greenwood Minini.'- Division of  Yale District. Where loca'el: In I'rovi-  dence Camp.  TAKK NOTICE 'hat I. W. H. Chap-jell Free  Miller's Certilicate No. l"-*>_>35. intend,  sixtv days from the date hereof, to apply lo  to the Minintr Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of theabove claim.  And further take notice that action, under  sertion 37, must be commenced before Uie issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 27th day of Jnlv  A   D. 1905.  Ml NISEI AT.  ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "Illne Coat" ninl '"Delinonte" mineral claims,  situate  in   the  Greenwood Miiuun Division  of YaleDistrict.    W here located: In Dead-  wood i: imp.  TAKE NOTICK that I. Isaac If. Hal  lett, actiiii,' as ;i|_eui for Frede'ic Keffer,  Free Milter's Certificate No. 1: 85079, intend,  sixty days frum the date hereof, to apply to the  Minintr Keoiinler-for Certi lira I es of Improvements for ilit* purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above olaim.  And  further lake notice that actions, uuder  section  37.  must  he  commenced before  the issuance of Such Certiiioites of Improvements.  Dated this 27th dav of April. A. IX, 1905.  fU 1. H. llAI.I.ETT.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  N-J'flCK.  Lucky Shot Fraction. Myrtle No. 2, and Northern l'ell Mineral Claims, situate in Greenwood Miniui. Division of Yale District.  Where located: In Greenwood camp.  TAKK NOTICE that I Sydney M. Johnson,  actiniras airent tor Kdirar j. Smith, Free  Miner's Cviti!ic.->1>* No. ISSoSTrt. W*. II. Hamhurv,  Free Miner's Certilicaie No. H.H5.77. Jos. 1rZ.  Thouitisoii. Free Miner's Certilicate No.IM^s,  ami C. II. Reeves. Free Miner's Certificate No.  l{''14_."7 intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply tn the Miniui,' Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements foi the purpose of ob-  tain'iii. a. Crown Grant of.the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be. conixnenceiS before the  issuance-of Mich  Ceriificate of  Improvements.  Dated this 24lh d.tv of   *ulv. A. D.. 1905.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON BOUNDARY ORE EK    TIMES.  THE WASTE DUMP.  The commercial value of Monazite  '���Vv-^^^KS^-SSg-SS^s^  1/  f*��"  y.     -t  f  Compressed air under a pressure of  fifty pounds per square inch can be  used to advantage in cleaning dynamos  Until lately tin ores were considered  rare in Peru, but later discoveries are  proving a wider dissimulation of the  metal than -svas .\t first suspected.  Mount Hood of Oregon was at one  time an active volcano, lava being  found on its slopes and at some distance from its base,  The University of  Heidelberg, Germany, whose graduates number many  "famous men, was founded   in  1836, by  Elector Rupert I.  A so called "kangaroo jig" with a  capacity of 35 tons per hour and treating material from >_in. ring down.Js  being experimented with in the testing  works of the Arizona Copper company  It is generally known that in a tunnel or airway the air is not passing  every point at the same velocity. The  velocity -will be greater in the center  of the opening than at the sides, roof  or floor.  If a crucible full of metal is allowed  to cool, the temperature falls regularly  until the melting point is reached, and  then stays constant, or nearly so, for  some time while the metal is  setting.  There can be no objection to placing  for or six water wheels on one shaft,  but it would not be advisable to so place  three or any odd number of turbines.  An unbalancpd end thrust which would  thus be produced, is likely to give  taouble.  The introoiiction of cold water into  boilers���especially shell boilers���is lhe  cause of weakening and subsequent  explosion. Feed-water heaters are not  only economical from a commercial  point of view, but constitute an element of safety.  Low working costs are not always  indicative cf the best management.  The cost per ton might be increased  and yet the dividends be increased at  the same time. Improvements in ore  sorting, or niillihg, or smelting might  ensily be accountable for such an  anomaly.  In sampling an ore vein it is.best to  use a moil and hammer and cut a  groove across the section of the vein  at right angles to the strike. .Under  ordinary conditions, where the vein is  not wider than ten feet, a groove three  to four inches wide and one inch deep  will suffice.  France requires about 90,000 tons of  sulphur a year, which is used largely  in connection with the preservation of  its grapevines. As the American sulphur is 99.9 per cent pure, it can easily  compete with the Sicilian sulphur. It  can -easily compete with the Sicilian  sulphur in price also, and its export  hasalready caused considerable anxiety  among the Sicilian producers.  It has undoubtedly been established  that explosives of different kinds may  be classifitd according to velocity' of  detonation, the length and duration of  the flame, and the neat disengaged in  the_exp1osion.^ It has also been proved  due to the presence of thoria, which is  used in the manufacture of the mantles ��� jj$ QITTI Nf* A _**?f_ 11 f_F_  for the Welsbach and other incandes- '��.' >J* ��� 'Mn-U .ARvlJl-.JLJ1  cent gaslights. The. Welshbach light  consists of a cylindrical hood or  mantle composed of a fibrous network  of the rare earths, the top of which is  drawn together and held by a loop of  platinum wire. The exact composition of the hoods is not generally  known, as it is a trade secret, but they  are composed largely of thoria. A  portion of the cerium obtained in the  reduction of. the monazite is prepared  for market in the form of the oxalate  and is used in the drug trade.  Sand   is   constantly- forming   from  the   disintegration   of  rocks.    Unless  rocks are of a silicious character, their  disintegrated  grains   pass  into   mud,  ���end  sands  are therefore  almost  universally   quartzose.     If   much   mixed  with clayey  and calcareous particles,  the composition is known as marl, and  a coarse mixture of sand  and   pebbles  is known as graval.    Along  the banks  of rivers, of lakes'and of the seashore,  sand predominates w.shed clean of the  muddy particles which were assooiated  with "it.    The sand is thrown up by the  waves on the beach  and  is carried inland  by   the   winds,   where hills  and  dunes*, ard created.    In   ancient  geological periods the same causes that now  produce the  widespread layers of sand  were in continual operation, the result  of which is seen   in   the vast  beds of  silicious particles  occurring in  all the  formations, but consolidated into solid  rock.  thai there is no such thing as n. flame-  less explosive, but the persistence of  the flame of many explosives is small  in comparison with others. This persistence is probably a question of  pressure.  The actual cutting bit of a diamond  drsll is called the bit or crown. The  black diamonds are set around the  periphery of the bit, alternating on  the outor and inner edges. Holes are  bored iu the bit to receive the stones  which are held in place hy caulking  the metal of the bit closely around  them. Soft copper is sometime, used  to properly embed,the diamond. In  the finished bits the stones project  from the bit both laterally and downward, thus making an annular cntting  which gives a solid  undisturbed core.  Another theory of the formation of  coal and mineral oils suggests the action of microbes as responsible for the  transformation of vegetable growth  ���into combustible minerals. Of course  this cannot be proved owing to the impossibility of reproducing exactly the  conditions under which coal is formed,  but the theory explains very satisfac  torily the formation of a number of  coal deposits. The evolution of carbon  monoxide, carbon dioxide and marsh  gas is supposed to be the result of  microbe action, and to indicate the  changing vegetable matter irto com  bu.tible minerals.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  The only safe effectual monthly  medicine on which women can  (depend. Sold in two degrees of  strength���No. 1, for ordinary-  cases, $1 per box; No. 2, 10 degrees stronger for Special  Cases, $3 per "box. Sold by all  druggists. Ask for Cook's Cotton Root Compound; take no  substitute.  The Cook Medicine Co.,      Windsor, Ontario.  Nothing on  the   Market   Eauali to  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy.  The fact is well known to druggists  everywhere, and nine out of ten will  give their customers this preparation  when the best is asked for. Mr. Obe  Witmer, a prominent druggist of.Jop-  lin, Mo., in a circular to his customers,  says: " There is nothing on the market in the way of patent medicine  which equals Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy' for  Dowel complaints "We sell and recommend this preparation." For sale by  all druggists.  ii  of the Prospector,the Eastern  shoe man could hear many  things necessary for him to  learn if he would make Boots  to- suit the work of these  hardy pioneers.  The old Prospector, were  he to make his own Boots,  would incorporate into them  only the best leather that  money could buy. He would  make them with a keen eye  to service and comfort.  Here is where the " LECKIE BOOT" leads the world.  They are made "out west"  by a western firm, for western people���made by a firm  which understands western  conditions.  Look for the trade mark���  AN ALL-LEATHER BOOT WITH  THU T/ETTER L ON IT���  stamped on the sole of every  pair.  MANUFACTURED   BY  RAILWAY.  The only all rail route between points east  west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks aud Republic'  CANADIAN  iRA-lLW-At:  Leave  9:50 a. m.  10:55 a. m.  9:20 a. m.  11:20 a. m.  9:50 a. in.  8:00 a. m.  Spokane  Rossland  r Nelson  Grand Forks  Phoenix  Republic  Arrive  6:20 p. m.  4:55 p. m.  6:30 p. m.  3:33 p. m  5:20 p, m.  8:30 p. m.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and Nelson.  Effective March 5th, 1905  21   In Connection With  (J  VANCOUVER,     B.   C.  Ea_S^___^^-_^S^-^^__^__S-___;  Notice,  Notice is hereby given that, 30 days  from daie, we intend to apply to the  Board of .License Commissioners for a  transfer of the license now held by us  for thepremises known as the National hotel, situate on lots IS and 19,  block 7, Copper street, Greenwood, B.  C, to F. H. Parker.  Dated this 4th day of August, 1905.  J. \V. Cascadkn.  .    " .    :���    ��� ; D. W. Honnijjy.  In The County Court of Yale Holden  at Greenwood.  GREAT  NORTHERN  RAILWAY  ANB  RBTMRN  30-DAY LIMIT  -30  CHOICE OP ROUTES  ALL. RAIL via SUM AS  or  S.S   PRINCESS VICTORIA  TICKETS All To POINTS  -    ' SHORT LINE TO  ST.   PAUL,    DULUTH,    M.NNEA  POLIS, CHICAGO and ALL POINTS  EAST. SEATTLE, TACOMA   VICTORIA, PORTLAND ancl all t ACIFIC  COAST  POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining   and  Buffet Smoking Library  car.   ��� '���  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  For rates, folders and full information regarding trips, call on or address a agent of the S. F. & N. Railway, or  H. A. Jacksom, H. Brandt,  G. F. &Y. A., C. 17 &T. A.,  Spokane 7sl W Riverside Ave  Wash. Spokane, Wash  PLASTERS AND  GENERAL MASONS.  TELEGRAPHERS  NEEDED���  Annually, to fill the new positions created  l)j- Railroad and Telegraph Companies. We  want YOUNG MEN and LADIES of g-ood  habits, to  LEARN TELEGRAPHY  AND R. R, ACCOUNTINGEBES  =We^furnish^7S.-pe__.ceitt.-_.of^tlve_3p_e_rators_  and Station Agents in America. Our six  schools are the largest exclusive Telegraph  Schools in the world. Established _o  rears and endorsed by all leading Railwav  Officials.  We execute a ^2-iO Bond to every, student  to furnish him or her a position paying,  from S40 to $.0 a month in States enst of the  Rocky Mountains, or from S75 to SlOO a  month in States west of the. Rockies, immediately upon graduation.  Students can enter at any time. No vacations. For full particulars regarding  any of our schools write direct to our executive ofiice at Cincinnati, O. Catalogue  free.  Hie fc urn of leiean  Cincinnati, Ohio.  Atlanta, Ga.  Texarkan<i,.Tex.  Buffalo. N. Y.  LaCrosse, Wis.  San Francisco. Cal.  i-A^rAAjfyfS^wt  ona Hotel  ���^5"*^  At the crossing- of T?ock  Creek on the main  road  to Osoyoos and the  Similkameen.  Travellers will find  erery accommodation.  S. McLean  PROPRIETOR.  IN THE  MATTER   of the   Judgments, Act,  aud  IN THE MATTER of a Judgment obtoined  in an action in this Honourable Court.  - Betweeu Oosens IIrotheks, Plaintiffs,  and  James Wilder, Defendant.'  TO THE DEFENDANT.  TAKE NOTICE that by an order of the  Honourable William Ward Spinks, Judge of  this Honourable Court, dated the 26th day of  July, A-.D., 1905,  .IT. WAS ORDERED that unless cause to  the contrary be shewn by the Defendant, ou  the oth-ilay of September, A. D. 19CS, at the  hour of 10:30 iu the forenoon, to the presiding  Judge in Chambers, at the Court House, iii the  Cit_- of Greenwood, the interest of the Defendant or a competent part theieof, in the following-.lands, namely: The South West Quarter of  Section IS in Township 07, iu the Osoyoos DiT  vision of Yale: District, British Columbia, be  sold by the District-Registrar at Greenwood,  County of Yale, according tothe usual practice-  to realize the sum of S109.61, being lhe amount  of debt and costs upon a J udgntent obtained by  the Plaintiffs (Judgment Creditors) against the  Defendant (Judgment Debtor) dated the. 17th  day of September, A. D 1904, together with interest on .he said sum -from the said=date-atthe  rate of five per centum per annum. ------  AND IT WAS FURTHER ORDERED that  notice of the intention of the said Defendant to  shew cause against the said sale must be given  hy the said Defendant to the Plain'.ifFs solicitor or his agent nventy-fotu hours previous to  10:30 o'clock in the forenoon of the said 5th day  of September, A. D. 1903, and in default of the  service of said notice IT WAS ORDEltED that  the sale do take place as above directed without further order..  AND FURTHER that a reference be made to  the District Registrar of this Honourable  Court at Greenwood, P. C. to ascertain what  judgments form a lieu or charge against the  said lauds and to determine how the proceeds  of such sale should be distributed, and to report all such findings to the Court.  AND FURTHER that the costs of and incidental to the application aud order be taxed  and added to the Judgment debt.  Dated this 1st dav of August. A. I?. 190i,  [s_Ai..]       _ WM. G. McMYNN,  Registrar.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  } -NOTICE.  GEM FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim, situate  iu the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District Where located ��� Ou Wallace  Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that I Forbes M. Kerby,  Free Minor's Certificate No. H74G15. for myself  and as agent for 17 B. Deveber, Free Miner's  Certificate No. BS6321, J. H. Humphry, Free  Miner's Certilicate No: T186321, and Frank Parker, Free Miner's Certificate No: BS5.4G, intend  sixty days from the date liereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant to theabove claim.  And further take notice that action under  section 37, must be. commenced before the is.  suanceof such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 15th day of May, 1905  1st is. Jim 7        FORBES M. KERUY,.Agent.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  VANCOUVER to SEATTLE  via VICTORIA.  THROUGH   SLEEPING   CAR  ARROWHEAD to  VANCOUVER  SUN.    WED.    FRIDAY  _. For full particulars, flrst class or  tourist sleeper reservations, apply to  local agents or write  E,   R.   REDPATH,   AGENT.  GREENWOOD,  E. J. COYLE,  G.P.A.Vancouver  J..S. CARTER  D.P.A  Nelson.    ?  Horse for Sale.  Placed in my charg-e November 8th,  1903, by Smith Bros., a roan horse, not  branded Same will be sold if charges  are-not paid within thirty days after  the first publication of this notice.  Boundary Falls, B. C, July 21, 1905.  46-49. A. CASTLEMAN.  aau'iiM����wL-w  NOTICE TO CREDITORS,  hi The Fslatc of William Henry George Gibbs  late of the City of Greenwood, in the Province of British Columbia, Deceased.  -jVTOTICE is hu:eby given pursuant to the,  lV. "Trustees and Executors' Act", that all  creditors and others having claims against  tlie estate of the estate of the said William  Henrv George Gibbs, who died at the City of  Greenwood on the 6th day of May, A. D. 1905,  i?re required on or before the first day of September. A. I). 1905. to send by p;>st prepaid or'  deliver to the undersigned, Solicitor forthe  Executors of the will of the said deceased, at  Greenwood, 15. C, their Christian names and  surnames, addresses and descriptions, and full  particular's of their claims, the statement of  Iheir accounts and the nature of the securities,  if any, held by them.  And further take notice, that after such last  mentioned date the Ex-cutors will proceed to  distribute the ass. tsni'ihe said deceased among  the parties entitled thereto, ha* ing regaid only  tothe claims of which they shall then have  had notice, and that thev will hoc he liable for  the said as.-ets or any part thereof to any person or persons of whoSo claims nolice sha'l not  have been received hy them at the time of sn��:h  distribution.  Dated at Greet uoikI, B C . this 2lst day of  Julv. Wtto.  ARTHUR M-"WHITESIDE,  Solicitor for Clement  Fisher Coslerton  and  Le. 15. deVeber. Executors of the  Will of said deceased.  To Charles N. Collins, his heirs aud administrators, or to any person or persons lie may  have transferred his interest in the Hard  Cash mineral, claim,' situate  on   Wallace  Mountain, West Fork Kettle River, in the  Greenwood   Mining Division of Yale District.  You ure hereby notified that we have expended the. sum of $500 for work on the above-mentioned   claim and S12.50 for recording the same  for assessment work for live years, such be'.ng  required^and.iiecessai'v^to _hqld.sa]d_ claim for^  the years ending the 2nd July, 1900, Wot" 1902,  1903   and   1104.   under  the  provisions  of  the  Mineral Act aiid Amending Acts, and if at the  expiration of ninety days from the date of first  publication  of  this notice  in   the  Boundary  Creek Times, vou fail or refuse to contribute  your, portion of such expenditure together with  all costs of advertising, youi interest iu the said  mineral   claim   shah befonie   invested   iu us,  vour co-owners, upon tiling in the proper cflxe  in that behalf the affidavit r equired bvsection  4 of the   "Mineral Ant Amending Act, 1900."  Dated 9th June, 1905.  GEORGE M. MILLER  W ILU AM  KINTZ.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To F. IV Ketchum or to any person or persons to whom he may^have transfered  his  ,, interest i u the Loudon mineral claini situate on Deadwood camp, iu the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale District.  You are hereby notified that I have expended the sum of 5100 for work on the above mentioned claims arid $2.50 for recording tlie ������amis  for assessment work for one year, such beint>-  required and necessarv to hold said claims for  the year ending the Sth March.1901 and 1905.  under the provisions of the Mineral Act and  Amending Acts and if at the expiration of  ninety days from lhe date of lirst publication  of this notice in the Iloiiii.a.v Creek Times,  vou fail or refuse to contribute your portion of  sucli expenditure together with all costs of advertising, your interest in snid mineral claim  shall become invested in nie, your co-owner,  upon filing iu the proper ofiice in that behalf  the aflii'avit required bvsection 4 of tlie "Min  eial Act Amending Act, 1900 "  Dated 1st June. 1905.  GEO. ANDREWS.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Kingston," "Boston." "Houston." and "K*ing-  ston Fractional" Mineral Claims, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  Dintsict. Where located: In Tripple Lake  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Robert Wood.agent  for The Vancouver and ISoundary Creek  Developing and Mining Company, ..Id. Ltv..  Free Miner's Certificate No 15.5(18, intend.siviy  days ironi the date hereof, to apply to Uie  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements," for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Gran* of the above claini.  And  further take notice that action,  urtdei  Section 37,  must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate  ,f Improvements.  Dated this 22nd dav of May. A D. 1904.  ROBERT WOOD.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements*  ���NOTICE.  "Keystone Fi actional" Mineral Claim, situate  iu the Gieenwood Mining Division of Yale  District.    Where located: In Cooper camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that 1, C. _E. Shaw,  acting as agent for William Hanna,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B 91577, intend, sixty days from the date liereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of .Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown Grant of the above claim.  Aud  further take, notice, that action, undar  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of,Improvements. ���  . Dated this 14th day of June. A. D,, 1905.  C. JF.. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE..  "Iyillie James"   mineral  Ciaim, situate iu Mie  Greeuwood Mining  Division of Yale   Dis-  tistrict.   AVhere located: In South Wellington camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles H. Tye,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B85703. iu-  tend,sixty days from the date hereof,to apply to  the wining Recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining crown  grant oT the absve claim.  And further take notice, that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificatesof improvements.  Dated thi. 19th day of May, A. D.. 1905.  "TVTOTICE is herebv given that The Vaticou-  "XiM.~"ver,-Victoria-and-Easterii--'Railwa>'---aud-  Narigation Company, will apply to the Parliament of Canada, at the present session thereof,  for an Act declaring that the said company is  and been since its railway was by. ol Vict .ria,  chapter 89, declared to bea work forthe general  advantage of Canada, a company under .the  legislative jurisdiction of the Parliament of  Canada ant authorizing the company to construct and operate in extension of the undertaking already authorized a laitway from Olivers ou the'line ot the Victoria Terminal  Railway and Ferry Company to the south bank  of the Fraser River near Liverpool and to a  connection with the Bridge over the Fraser  River near Liverpool with power to connect  with railways operating in the State of Washington and with the Vancouver. Westminster  and Yukon Railway Company, The Victoria  Terminal ard Feriy Company aud The New  Westminster Southern Railway Company or  any of iliem, and extending the time limited bv  the Acts respecting the company for thecoin-  meuceiiient anil completion of its undertaking,  and for other purposes.  Dated at Ottawa this3!st day of March, 1905.  McGIVERIN & HAYDON,  Solicitors for the applicants.  IN THE MATTER of the Railway Act; and  IN THE MATTER of the Vancouver, Victoria  and Eastern Railway:  NOTICE is hereby given than the plan, profile and book of fe-fereuee ofan amended location of the line of the Vancouver, Victoria and  Eastern Railway and Navigation Comoany  from Lot (>!.). Township 69 to Lot 641, Township <>7, Yale District, British Columbia, Was  ou the 12th day of June. 1905, July deposited in"  the ofiice of the District Registrar of Titles in  Kamloops.  Dated this 3ro day of July, A.D., 19u5.  A. H. MacNEILL,  Solicitor for The   Vancouver.  Victoria    and   Eastern   Kail-  . wav and Navigation Company  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Denero Chico" Mineral Claini, situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located: In Long Lake  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE Ihat I, Isaac H. Halle-.i, :is  agent from for Edward H. Mortimer, Fr<e  Miner's Certificate No. ISHSftij, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  see tion  37.  must be   commenced   before the  issuance of such Certificatesof Improvement*.  Dated this 29th day of June, A. D. 1905.  I. H. HALLETT. s.  BOUNDARY   CREEK  TIMES  Has been a favorite  from it. birth, as is  evidenced by is popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading  Hotels either draught or 1  bottled.  Insist or having  "ELKHORN"  MADE BY THE  (T-SSSY     i'to-'.*-.. ,���,,,__ :r-   PERSIAN ART  of weaving has held supremacy  the world over for hundreds of  years. Their productions are of  rare beauty and eajrcrly sought  for by admirers. We carry a  nice assortment of -  Irans. Feragrhans,  Shirvans, Anatolians/  Mirzapores, Hermans, Etc.  Descriptions and prices of those  in stock free upon request. We  pay freight one way on  RUGS ON APPROVAL.  Send for Catalogue.  ^222^aZMZ_^c��ORIAB>c  OO<KKX)OOO<>0OO0<KH>O<X>OO<r*��<><>  I. BUSTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc,  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  6<>000<^00<><>000000<>00<><>Ci-0��>0<.  a? J*? ^ ** *P ^ ��? tf 2? ^ ^ J? ��P JP Jf IS* jf1.  ���-*  �����  *��  _;  '(.  f.  %  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  fc  ���3L  S. A. Grierson  HOUSE  SIGN and  ORNAMENTAL  PAfflTER  A FEW POINTERS.  Nice Stock of Wall  Pacer to choose from  Opposite theB.C. Hotel in Building formallv occupied by the  Postoffice.   Phone 15.  ? Greenwood, B. C,  i k ae*? *" *" * ���*" *��� * *" *" * *" ** * *  Hon. Chas. Wilson, K. C., is attorney-general for this province.  He is responsible for the enforcement of the law and the administration of justice.  "He is responsible for appointments  of a quasi-judicial character.  He is responsible for the appointment of the members of the board of  license commissioners for the Boundary district.  On behalf of the outraged public in  the Boundary, the Times asks Hon.  Chas. Wilson, K. C, attorney-general,  if he intends taking cognizance of the  charges which have been made against  the board of license commissioners for  the Boundary Creek district ?  Does he intend to give consideration  to the protests made to him by decent  Conservatives in this district ?  Is he aware of the fact that people  from the United States boldly proclaim that even in the worst governed  portions of the Western States no public body would dare act as has the  board of license commissioners for the  Boundary district ?  Is he aware of- the fact that A. E.  Rainey was appointed a member of  the board ?  That he was dismissed by wire because he refused to become a tool of  the gang?  That Arthur H. -Lawder was appointed by wire to succeed him ?  - That Arthur H. L,awder, as a member of the board, was a party to illegally granting Lloyd A," Manley a license in Midway ?  That Arthur H. Lawder, as amem-  ber of the board, was a party to illegally granting one Dufour a license  for an hotel to be erected immediately  along the right of way of the V., V. &  E. ?  That the said Dufour was acting for  Lloyd A. Manley, and the license  granted him iv controlled by the said  Manley? *  ;-.. That the said Arthur1 H. Lawder is  now employed in the liquor store of  .the said Manley ?  That a member of the board of license commissioners is a servant of  Lloyd A, Manley. who is now and has  been for two years trafficing in liquor  licenses in the Boundary district ?  That the granting of the Dufour  license was a particularly marked disregard for the instructions issued by  the attorney-general and for the rightB  of the public?  That the point at which the license  is intended to be used is where the V.,  V. & E. enters the narrow gorge  through which Myers creek runs?  That the contractor for construction  of the V., V. & E. will have great difficulty in protecting the lives of the  large number of men who will be employed on heavy rock work in that  vicinity ?  That  by   the   action   of the   board  s  Mattresses. A Mattresses  New r Fresh  Bedding    \ Just  Up to Date R     Arrived  - Y  Pure Silk Floss ..7.........$16 50  No. 1 Elastic Felt..:.....  15 75  Pure Cotton.. 7    9 50  Pure Cotton .Tops    6 25  Ticking, Fancy itripes  We have Cheap Mattresses  galore, Iron Beds and All Lines  of House Goods.  THE RED FRONT  AndOIC  New and Second Hand Store.  A/1*. WHITE  Phone 16.  of license commissioners appointed by  the government of British Columbia  the danger is to be greatly increased  by the establishment of a whiskey  joint in the heart of the gorge ?  That the license was granted iu open  defiance of the provisions of the Liquor  License Act, as the site for the alleged hotel was not even purchased  when the license was granted ?  That the public interests demand the  immediate cancellation of this illegal  license?  That under the license granted to  Manicy at Midway, a couple of foreigners from Seattle ai-e building an hotel?  That British subjects who have spent  years in the province nnd who have  invested their money here are unable  to get licenses ?  That there are other flagrant acts of  the board ?  That the public demand an immediate investigation ?  DE4TH OF MRS. PETCH.  On Friday the 18th inst. the death  occurred of Mrs. B. F. Petch. Deceased  had been in ill health since last June,  and had spent much of the time in the  hospital, where a serious operation was  performed. The patient had rallied  and was apparently sufficiently recovered to admit of her removal to her  home two weeks before her death. She  appeared to be progressing favorably  until Thursday night, when she was  seized with a severe attack of nervousness. On Friday she rallied, but grew  weaker towards evening and' at 6:30  peacefully passed away.  The funeral was held Monday, proceeding from the house to the Methodist church, where, a short service was  held, Rev. J.P D. Knox, of Rossland,-  who was her pastor here for four years,  officiating. From the church the cortege proceeded to the C. P. R. depot*  from' which point the remains were  sent to Regina for interment. The, bereaved husband accompanied the remains.  The ehurch was beautifully decorated with flowers and appropriately  draped with white. Conspicuous among  the numerous floral offerings were a  mounted lyre from the Methodist congregation and choir, a cross and  crewn from the Epworth League, and  an anchor from the I. O. G. T.  Deceased will be much missed in  Greenwood social circles. She was an  active member of the Methodist church  and a; faithful worker in choir and  league. Her place will be hard indeed  to fill. The sympathy of the entire  community goes out to the. husband in  his sad bereavement.  The late Mrs. Petch was born at  Grand Valley, Ontario, thirty-five  years ago. She came to Greenwood  several years ago and with her sister,  Mrs, F.-'H. McKenzie, engaged in the  McKenzie-Hambly millinery business.  In 1900 she married: Mr. B. F. Petch,  and since the removal of her sister to  Regina has carried on the business  here.  She leaves, beside her husband, her  parents who, with a brother and sister,  reside near London/Ont., a brother,  Dr.. S. Hambly of Detroit, and her  sisters, Mrs. F. H. McKenzie and Miss  EdithHamblyofRegina.   Colic and Diarrlioea���A Remedy that  is Prompt and Pleasant.  The prompt results produced by  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Remedy together with its  pleasant taste have won for it a place  in many households. Mr. W. T. Taylor, a merchant of Winslow, Ala.,  writes: "I have used Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  myself and also with men on my place,  for diarrhoea and colic and it always  erives relief promptly and pleasantly."  For sale by all'druggists.  CAUHP A86  MREM  Where there is always on hand a good  supply of  HOME MADE BREAD.  CAKES, BUNS. Etc.  Fresh Stock of Groceries always kept  Phone us your order.  VICTORIA  M��TEi*  G.   GUNDEBSON  PROPRIETOR.  Finest wines, liauors and  cigars at Bar.  First class Dining Room in  connection*  FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS. ]  1*? ���  ��s  4��  THE-*i  4% 4* 4-. ^4-. 4.4�� 4.4. ^-^ ���I'f4' 4' 4? 4* 4* 4�� 4* ���& 4* 4,4,4,3��  4*  *  4��  4��  LIMITED.  Electric  current   supplied   for  Power, Lighting, , Heating- and  Ventilating.     Power furnished !  for Hoisting  and  air-coinpres-  sing  plants,   with  an absolute  guarantee of continuous power   *  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  i���.^M<��a*��M�����<W*��*"**���<>���*i��a''''*****'m***-  listen:  WE WANT YOUR TRADE  |   and are always wide awake   to satisfy your  wants--not like the policemen who sleeps his  shift through.  \ For a Good Dinner  or Short Order I  I  . ...Try The... ���  B  ��H  ���Tr"-**-B"*  B   ,  ���   5     M  I HARRY COUTTS. Proprietor |  .WINDSOR CAFJi..-  HARRY COUTTS. Proprietor  ��� _���, ;-*���������-������  ave  \ Call  up  Made that resolution to begin the. new  year right by buying your Meats, Fish,  Etc.  at the  UNION   MEAT   MARKET..  That's us  |. P. FLOOD,     Prop.  ,-'*\jS*\sA*rAr*B  -Before -buy-in g-Lots_ see _m.e_,_  for prices  C. P. R. Land Agent;  GREENWOOD, B. C.  <^MiMiMSM><M>^^  %  DEALERS IN  i  f  f  FURNITURE, x CARPETS,}  TTMOTl?ITMQ    T7TP T.  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  COPPER���STREET,  GRI.i.NWOOn.   v1"  TITf  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary j  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.  B- w^MtWil.'iMllMl  eataagS^yty-J-war-Ww.j-;  <F  *\  SCHOOL   BOOKS  AND SUPPLIES  We are  HEADQUARTERS  For all your Needs  in the School Line.  Prices Right.  COLES & FRITH  Booksellers,   Stationers,   Wall  Paper Dealers, Etc., Etc. Etc.  ^  JJ  TOWN TOPICS  Mayor Naden left "Thursday on a  business trip to Rossland.  W. F. Smith, of Smith & McRae,  returned last week from a visit to the  Portland Fair.  - Dr. W. O. Dutton, who has the medical work on the American side of the  V., V. &I... was in the city t.lis week.  Monday evening Shorty Lloyd  had  ���a . --  an argument with Chief Hallett and  lost it. Tuesday morning he had another argument with the P. M. and  lost $10, with frills.  The prize list of the Nelson Fair,  which will be held September 20th,  2lst and 22nd has just reached us. It  contains a large.number of prizes and  outdoor attractions.  Ore is being hauled from the Crescent this week for shipment to the  Trail smelter., .About two carloads  will be shipped this month, and regular shipments.made every month from  now on.  Mrs. Fred Anderson returned Saturday evening from a two months' visit  with relatives at Harrisburg, Ore. On  her way home she Visited the Portland  Fair, and relatives in Tacoma. Miss  Smith, a relative of Mrs. Anderson,  accompanied her home and will spend  a month or so here.  Work was resumed on the Jewel in  Long Lake camp this week. Seven  men are employed, with J. H. Smith  in charge of the work. About 1,300  feet of work has been done on the  the property by previous owners. It is  hoped that the work of the present  owners will be more continuous and  that a stamp mill will be erected to  to treat the rich ore of the group.  Work was"resumed  on Jhe7 Elkhorn  last week, and the new shaft is down  over 20 feet. It is expected the ore  body will be reached in another week,  and regular shipments be again made  from the rich vein on the property.  Work was discontinued some months  ago in order to install machinery, as  the depth in the old shaft was too  great to handle the ore economically  without power. Lately it.was decided  to sink a new shaft and ship sufficient  ore to purchase and install machinery  The proposed trip of the Greeuwockl  lacross team fell through owing to the  lack of liberality of the  Nelson   team.  F. W. McLaine sold 17,000 acres of  C. P. R. ranchiug land o*i Anarchist  mountain and the Kettle river this  month, and a number of the company's  lots in Midw�� v.  Wm. Guttridge, who some years ago  was interested in Canyon creek properties, returned to Greenwood this week,  after three years in the Yukon. He  will leave for the West Fork Saturday.  Parties who are leaving the city  have house furniture to dispose of  which was bought within tae last three  month and is in good condition. Enquire at this office, or P. O. box 53,  Greenwood.  Greenwood Miners' Union will give  a ball in the old Masonic hall on the  evening of Labor Day, September 4.  Bush's orchestra will furnish the  music, The arrangements are in  charge of an excellent committer!.  Tickets SI.00. not including supper,  which will be served at the Windsor  cafe.  Steve Irwin of the B. C. Telephone  company was in the city Saturday  last. At present Mr. Irwin is in charge  of the uew line being built between  Rossland,-Nelson ancl Boundary points.  The line has been completed as as far  as Fourth of July creek _i-.Wi_Uingt.oi_  camp and will be 'through to Greenwood in about a month.  J. Parke Channing, president of the  Tennessee Copper company, visited  the Boundary last week. He was the  guest of J. S. McAllister superintendent of the B, C. Copper company's  smelter. Mr." McAllister, before coming here, was superintendent of the  Tennessee Copper company's smelter.  Mr. Channing was .much; impressed  by the possibilities of the Bouudary  as a large copper producer.  ���X~X'-<��X'*''-X'--*5'^  ,.w..,;,,.h;���j,,j,.���.;,.m.���.^.,,.m.h.���.^^^^^  _&���-*__  ���:������_�����:������>.;����������>.;������>  te  ?y  tt  YY  YY  YY  Tf  Yt  Tf  A A  Yf  :b:.  .u.  ��:_  ft  YY  ���;���������_���  .....  ??  .?  YY  YY  YY  YY  YY  YY  YY  YY  YY  YY  Yt  YY  YY  YY  YY  YY  YY  _>���>  .;..���.  ,>.���.  ft  YY  THREE  THE  DEPARTMENTS  GROCERIES  HARDWARE  Company, Ltd-  phone  21.  CLOTHING  ���  GROCERIES  DELICACIES FOR THE TABLE  We have the  very chocest stock  of canned  and preserved  goods for the  table.  Standard brands their own guarantee of purity, and excellence. ,  TRY OUR SPECIAL TEA 50c. AND COFFEE 35c.  HARDWARE  PRESERVED FRUIT WILL KEEP  Indefinitely in GLASS JARS, when properly sealed ancl kept in a cool place.    We have a  few PRESERVING JARS left which we wish to clean at the following low prices :  Pints $1.25, Quarts $1.50, Half Gallons $2.00, Jelly Jars 75c.  _s  CLOTHING: NEW STOCK  We have cleared all our old stock in this department.    Everything is new.    See for    %X  *H*  yourself.    A few lines we must clear.   .Summer Underwear at Bargain Prices ��*:*  Straw Hats, Regular, $1.50.   NOW $1.00 l|  .���.���:. . ��� ������:���>_>  * _*.x<*x---X'--***X"X��<��x*^^^^  ^������������'^^���������^���������������h^x*^  ii-  *>.-..>���.���  <��� ���<X"X4-X--'X-'<,'-X"X'-*-'X^  .:�� ��>  * ' *  WAL'S BLACKBERRY  -CARMlNAT-1%^''-.^^'1  NEVER FAILS TO CURE  *  t  Y  ���  Y  ���  f  X  I  T  ,XM��MXMX^***X',''XMX'<��,<��-*X^X**'XM^^  Has necessitated our starting a branch at Midway  for the convenience of .our patrons to the west.  Our store will be in the Postoffice building." We  will have a nice stock iu charge of one of the firm.  Watch Repairing, our specialty, will receive prompt  attention.    Now Open.  _������:�����:���������:������:�����:��_�����_  X"X'*X��X'*X~XK*>��~X"X">  Chief of Police Hallett left this week  oh^a^hoird ay" tr i p"^^  home in New Brunswick. During his  absence Driver Curry will 'be'1 acting  chief, aud J. McBean will handle the  ribbons.  The Mart in Midway- is being partitioned off, one half to be use-d. as a  a general store, and the other half by  the owners, Grunce ��. Wickwire, as a  real estate and brockers' office. The  upper story will probably be used as a  public hnll.  A 2-round mill took place in a back  room'aof"a-eopperJstreet-hotel-Tuesday-  morning between Jonesand Coolgardie  Smith. It is reported that the affair  was rather one-sided, Jones knocking  Smith   down   as oftenas he pleased.  P. Welch left Tuesday morning for  Seattle to arrange for work on the  Alaska Central railway. P. Welch &  Co. recently secured a heavy contract  on this line. It will take nearly a year  to complete the work. Martin Welch  will have charge.  #)������.!'<_��������<_#��_��_ BBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBB&BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBt.iBBBB  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  ��  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  midway:  A. LOGAN & CO.  JEWELERS  GREENWOOD.  Ed. Anderson and bride returned  from-Spokane-Saturday-and-are-resid-?-  ing on Kimberly avenue.  J. E. McAllister, superintendent of  the B. C. Copper company's smelter,  has gone East on a business trip,  A battle between races occurred at  Ferry, Wash., on Friday eveninq la_it.  Three Swedes were on one side and  five Italians on the other. The Italians  used knives with the result that Aritonc  Anderson is now under medical care  at Midway. He was badly wounded.  The others escaped with some nasty  knife wounds. Sheriff Hall of Republic captured 'three of the Italians  and took them to the county jail.  Mrs. Julius Ehrlich has returned  from.a-visit-to-her���parents-in Colfax,  Wash. She was accompanied by her  sister, Miss Fisher, who will visit with  her.  John Mitchell, a milkman living at  Eholt, committed suicide on Saturday  evening. During the absence of his  wife and infant son at Myers Falls, he  was drinking .heavily, and going to  his home on Saturday evening he  turned the gun on himself and ended  his life. Dr. Kingston, the coroner,  considered   an   inquest   unnecessary.  The funeral took place from Gul-  ley's undertaking parlors on Tuesday  last.  Canadian Souvenir Jewelry  The Finest Goods of the Kind Made  AND MADE IN CANADA.. . . . .  We are sole agents for these goods   and to   introduce them  we will give  free with everv purchase of this line  A Beautiful GREENWOOD SOUVENIR Brooch or Pin  During the Week Ending August 31st.  THOM1S DRUG CO., Lt.  ��        S?  C=.  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