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Array ykl&Z&!^&&M&23Jt?. ttJBXXXt ii-arfaa-a-ftwH  M_*____M*U��ift-fciM't*���M--&  <:��� <���������  Vol. 11*  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRlift- ; DECEMBER 21, l%6.  No. 16  ML  cfancy Cases,  ^Military Brushes.  Quality China,  Greenwood Souvenirs  Plate Mirrors,  Fine Leather Goods,  cPerfumes,  Wedgewood,  Atomizers,  Travelling Sets*  Guitars,  cMandolins,  Banjos,  Graphophones,  Our Goods are all of-ffud Excellent Quality Which Satisfies  Both Giver and tRecefrer.  THOMAS  DRUG  CO.  LIMITED  THE PUBLIC SCHOOL  The Indifference of Parents  Evident.  THE INSPECTOR'S REPORT  Some Facts About the S.hool System  Found in the Year's Report  Just Published.  OUR HINDU VISITOR  This .Immigrant   Is   Not  Welcome.  MUST   LEAVE   COUNTRY  He Is Not Fitted for Our Rugged Clime  and Must Get Out.���Better in  War Than Peace.  SEE OUR  THE MOST. BEAUTIFUL LINE OF  ilverware, Cut Glass  cwelry  ���      '--'-"''''-���   ....  that was ever shown in the boundary.  We will be pleased to. show our stock whether yon wish to purchase or not.  Christmas Presents Galore.  RENDELL & OO.  II  I  _-.\ 77>.o. il  Stanfield;  Truro Knit  Is The Best  Underwear FcrWomen  Believing that Stanfields Unshrinkable  Truro Knit Underwear for women to be  the best on the market to-day, we have  put in a large stock of this popular line.  We are showing it in all wool, and silk  and wool, in white, cream and natural,  and at all prices.  Stanfields Underwear is made in Truro, Nova  Scotia, in the most up-to-date factory in North  America, by skilled labor only, nothing' but the  finest Nova Scotia wool being used in the manufacture, and it is guaranteed to be absolutely  unshrinkable.    Tr}- it and be convinced.  A perusal of the Public Schools re-  part for 1905, just received, afford-  much of inteiest to one concerned  about the cause of public education.  It also contains some data that reflect  on our own,* among other localities,  and charges parents quite as much as  teachers, wilh the responsibility of defects.  Many of the interior towns of the  province evidence a want of interest  in this, what ought to be a matter of  first concern, and -unfortunately no  towns appear to suffer more by comparisons and conclusions than Greenwood and Phoenix.  For purposes of comparison, we  herewith tabulate a few of the smaller  towns in the matter of enrolment 1 and  daily attendance, and must say that in  view thereof we think the conclusions  drawn by the inspector are right.  Unroll-       Av. at-  Town. ment.      ' tend'ee  Greenwood...............    106 55  Kaslo.................     125 97  Phoenix.............    137 68  Grand Forks... .296     ' '220  Kamloops    327 216  It would appear from the above that  about only 50 per cent of the possible  attendance was made in Greenwood  and Phoenix, about 70 per cent made  in Kamloops and nearly 80 percent  made in Grand Fork a and Kaslo.  Are physical conditions so different  in Greenwood that the attendance is^so  far below that of Kaslo, Kamloops and  Grand Forks? Is the weather more  inclement? Is the distance necessary  to travel greater?.  We know that these are not the  reasons.  Our school district is compact, the  school is central, the climate unsurpassed. It is not for us to point out  the trouble upon a rather superficial  examination of the case, but we quote  the inspector thereon, and his professional criticism ought to have weight.  He says:  "Greenwood, inspected January 24,  and March 6 and 7, 1905; 62 pupils  present. Schobl^gromfdsr,_Wel'ed~and"  planted with shade trees, rooms kal-  somined and genet ally rendered more  attractive and comfortable; small  library and book case framed; additional apparatus supplied. The regularity of attendance at Greenwood  school is certainly not what it should  be, for instead of growing greater, it  has actually shown a decrease for each  of the past two years. The percentage  of regular attendance for 1904-5 was  only 52.36, which means that little over  half of the pupils enrolled attended on  an average during every school  day.  "When parents are so indifferent as  to allow their children to regulate their  own attendance at school, teachers can  do little to overcome a serious evil.  * # * * *  "The principal and his assistant take  a deep interest in their work, and  already have done much for the school."  But what matters*, the interest of  teachers if the pupils do not attend?  Why this expenditure for pleasant,  healthful surroundings if not availed  of7 Why do our pupils on an av rage  attend school only half the time, ard  as a result get less than half the actual  benefits available?  The question is up to the parents.  Womens' Goods.  Mens Goods  No Opium in Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy.  There is not the least danger in giving Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy to  small children as it contains no opium  or other harmful drug.    It  has  an es  1 tablishcd reputation of more than thirty  I years as the most successful  medicine  I in use for eolds,  croup  and   whooping  i cough.   It always cures and is pleasant  i to take.    Children like  it.    Sold by all  druj_gi-t_.  During the summer and early autumn  something over two thousand of our  empire's citizens from 7-ndia sought  their fortunes in the golden west of  the empire, entering British Columbia.  Had they been fitted for the climate  arid work that awaited them, they  doubtless would have been welcome,  but thev were not, and hence a persist* .  ent effort has been made to gel rid of  them. They doubtless had read or  heard of the proud boast of our empire,  ou which the sun never sets, and relied  rather on their citizenship than their  qualifications,for a welcome.  The number given by the government returns is much less than one  would have expected by reading the  provincial press. The howl against  them has been loud, and has extended  from the coast to the far eastern bounds  of the province, the press of some  small towns in the interior placing the  number of this new incubus at four or  five hundred locally. , These figures  mus*- have been exaggerations in instances, now that we know that only  slightly over 2,000 in all came.  But their habits were against them,  and habits that are national are difficult to improve. And their physical  qualifications were against them, and  they were unsuited for the work they  attempted.  The Chinaman is only tolerated because his work comes little into competition with the white man. But with  the Hindu it is different. He essays to  do a white man's work and bear a  white man's burden, and he,is unequal  to it. As a result he cheapens labor  and cheapens labor's reward, and the  white laborer quite naturally dislikes  this, while the employer of labor gets  doubtful results..';."'  We do not think that the outcry  against the Hindi' indicates any disposition among our people to treat British Columbia as a preserve for those  now here. There is room for the right  immmigrant and he will find a hearty  welcome. But he must be fitted for  the'wbrkhe ^attempts.-and-his-habits _  must be in sympathy with those of the  white man.  The Hindu has not been treated very  mercifully in the large towns, ��� He ha.  been allowed to suffer want sometimes,  but if he cannot by his own works'disprove the fear that he is likely to become a public charge, he has no right  here. This he does not appear able to  do, with the0result that the Federal and  even the Imperial authorities have  found it incumbent upon them, the one  to say, those here should be deported,  the other to see that those yet in India  and planning to come, must be told  that they better remain at home.  British Columbia fields aud forests,  her seas and mountains, a.i rich in  wealth and wanting labor to unlock  the treasure houses, will" welcome all  who come, equal to the toil demanded,  and with habits befitting its standard  of civilization, but to the tall and  swarthy Sikh it must say an unqualified "nay."  In doing this no disparagement is  meant for the work of the Sikh in other  fields, fields where hs has shed lustre  on his name and defended the cause of  Briton, but no fidelity to the empire's  cause asks us to open our doors to  those unable to share our responsibilities.  The Dominion government will give  a mail subsidy of $6,000 a year to the  Canadian Pacific Steamsh;p company  for carrying mails between Victoria  and Seattle.  For nice fresh flowers for funerals  decorations and weddings, write nr tel  ephone Spakaue Florist Co., Main 5,  Spokace. 5-30 //un  ODD FELLOWS' XMAS  The Old  Folk Give the Young the  Time of Their Lives.  The local lodge of Odd Fellows  had a great time last evening' for  the little folks in Eag-les' Hall.  The lodge room had been made  beautiful for the event by aid of  soap and water, paint and brush.  decorations and art.  The occasion was an Xmas  tree for the children of Odd Fellows and neither trouble nor expense was spared in preparation.  The decorative genius of Frank  Spearing had been* called into  reqvisition and he had transformed bare walls into fairyland.  From the ceiling were suspended  a number of beautiful Japanese  center pieces and pendent thereon  were bells in red.  Around the lower walls ran  bunting of red and white gracefully festooned, while above blue  and yellow surmounted with flags  looked attractive.  Around the entire building Empire flags of many kinds appeared  in profusion, while electric lights  made the entire scene brilliant  and beautiful.  But design and decoration were  outdone in the spirit of the event,  for this was notably children's  night, and the music and the  gifts, the folly and the fun, were  intended for them.  Santa Claus, in the person of  Frank Spearing, we divine, was  on hand, loaded with toys and  sweet meats and gifts spread on  his person, the Christmas tree  and all about the place it seemed.  The event was a red-letter one  for the Boundary.  THE ORE TRAIN  CHARACTER   IN   W5ND0W  DISPLAY  P. A. BENSON OLA LOFSTAD  Hotel  Ladysmith  One of   the   best  appointed      \  workingmen's  Hotel \  in the city.     ._ X  The finest of bars, stocked with  the best  WINES,  LIQUORS  and CIGARS  >  Lighted   throughout   with   elec-   \  tircity.    Hoi and cold  baths.       3  RATES:  Board and room SI per day.  Strictly First-Class Service  )(K?Q  WINDSOR  CAFE  Unexcelled cusine is  making this tlie most  popular eating place in  the city.  We are serving all the  delicacies of the season  daily.  A. C. FALCONER  wti8_94  PROPRIETOR  The SI.OCAN���John L,.,"Retaliack is  shipping the zinc ore at the Whitewater mill to Pueblo, Colo. Over 300  tons are. going out, being concentrates  of the mill run the past season. The  ore is of good grade and is rich in  silver values.  Good reports come from the Surprise  mine. The long tunnel is being pushed  steadily ahead and is now in over 600  feet. The formation of the lead is  changing, and indications point lo the  fact that the ore vein is not   f.ir   away.  The Simi'.kamekn-��� Mr. W. H.  Armstrong, vice president of Hie Similkameen Mining & Smeltinc company;  has received from lhe mine, superintendent at Bear creek, a letter which  indicates that one of the biggest strikes  of high grade ore ever made in British  Columbia has been made there. This  information confirms advices previously received. About a week ago the  superintendent wrote that a change  was coming over the formation and it  had widened from four to six feet. The  last letter, however, states that the  shaft is now in solid high grade ore.  The shaft is six feet across and there  are two feet of ore to the hanging wall  making a solid body of ore eight feet  wide.  - This bears out the opinions of William Yolen Williams and Walker Harvey Weed and other experts that ore of  this character increases in body and  value as it increases in depth. The  present work of the company is exploratory rather than actual mining,  and yet they will have half a million  dollars worth of ore blocked out within  the next six months. This in itself  will represent a handsome profit,which  should be inceased indefinitely when  real stoping and shipping commence.  Assays show the ore to run about $70  per ton, $50 in gold and $10 each in  silver and  copper.���News   Advertiser.  The Crow's Nest���The coal shipments from the mine of the Canadian-  American Coal & Coke Co., of this  place, are now averaging about 700  tons per day.  Ashcroft���In the iviar future "actual development work will commence  in a district comparatively close to  Ashcroft which will supply one of the  long felt wants of the Pacific Slope������  namely, an ample ore supply, and blast  furnaces for the production of pig iron  of high class," says P. H. Moore, M.  E. Analysis of the ore prove that for  tool steel, and general manufacturing  purposes the famous iron ores of Sweden are its only equals. In character  the ore fulfils ever.* requirement for  successful electric smelting, and that  method will probably be utilized, as an  enormous water power is quite close to  the ore deposits, which are very extensive and will undoubtedly ' furnish  sufficient quantities for many years to  come.  In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy.  There is no other medii ine manufec-  tured that hits received so much praise  and so many expressions, of gratitude  as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It  is effective, and prompt relief follows  its use. Grateful parents everywhere  do not hesitate to testify to its merits  for the benefit of others. It is a certain  cure for croup and will prevent the  attack if given at the first appearance  of the disease. It is especially adapted  to children as it is pleasant to take and  contains nothing injurious. Mr. E. A.  Humphreys, a well known resident and  clerk in the store of Mr. f_. Lock, of  Alice, Cape Colony, South Africa, says:  "I have used Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy to ward off croup and colds in  my family. I found it to be very sat  isfactory and it gives nie pleasure to  recommend it." For sale by all druggists.  Can cure your Cough or Cold,  no question about that, but.���  why go to all the trouble and  inconvenience of looking him up,  andthenofhavinghir.pres-.ripl.ion  filled, when yon can step into any  drug store in Canada and obtain  a bottle cf SHILOH'S CURE  for a quarter.  Why pay two to five dollars  when a twenty-five cent  bottle of SHILOH wiil cure you  as quickly ?  Why not do as hundreds of  thousands of Canaciinr/s have  dune for the pas'- thirty-four  years: iet SHILOH be you): doctor whenever a Cough _r Cold  apDe.-irs.  . SHILOH will cure you, a_cl all  druggists back up this statement  with a positive; 7-__.r--.ra-e.  The _!c:..t time you hav. _.  Cou_h <.r Cold .are:. y.Ilh  ^%-  22&*'���&-_'��� i>^5_-.-*& ~-i��p_z_ji___!  One of the best sources of advertising for a general store is windbw  display. The number of passers by  "caught" as regular patrons depends  largely on the nature of the window  dressing employed, says "Boostor" in  the General Merchants' Review. The  merchant who can decorate the show  windows of his store so as to create a  favorable impression in the mind of the  passerby is well embarked on the road  lo success. It is well known that the  appearance of a portion of food will,  in a measure, influence its effect on the  palate. Theabove is but an illustration of the id_a your store creates in  the mind of the observer by iis outside  appearance. In the retail trade, appearance is everything. On the appearance of your store hinges, to a  great extent, your patronage. Lookers  on are like flies on a screen door���some  are sure to get in���and, when people  "get in" your store it is very seldom  they don't buy. The merchant with an  interestingly decorated show window  is sure to attract a greater crowd of  lookers on than liis competitor with a  window display all out of style and  date. When a shipment of new goods  arrive,''don't leave the old stuff in the  window. Be "seasonable." Strive to  create the impression and cause the  statement, "That fellow's up to date."  It's the up-to-date merchant who gets  the trade. The accomplishment of the  "up-to-date" show window is very  simple. Have "character" in the display, don't display last season's goods,  and light your window property.  "Character is what counts in dressing  windows to the best advantage from an  advertising standpoint.  INDIVIDUALITY.  By "character" is meant individuality  ���don't because your competitor makes  a strike with a certain style of window  dressing, imitate him. Nothing wil  make you look as cheap to the people  you are trying to appeal to, as to use  another man's ideas. Imitation is and  has been the ruination of many an  otherwise nourishing general store  business. To successfully conduct a  general store in these days of advanced  ideas, it is necessary to advertise.  Good advertising is that which produces results from the smallest outlay  of money. A little money and lots of  ideas will accomplish far more than a  lot.of money and few ideas. "Window  dressing of character"- must necessarily be the product of a man of  ideas, "Window display character" is  the sort that "pulls," that nets the  results. The principal ide.. of "Character" in window display is to make  people "sit up and take notice." If the  townspeople see a novel idea executed  in your window display or a novel  stateriient in your printed matter it will  not be long before your advertising  will be a "tea table talk." That's what  you want. �� If you can make them  talk about you it is easy lo make them  buy. Don't forget. Be original. The  lighting, of course, depends on .the  color scheme of the display. It is far  .froni_correct_tolight.a_windowshowing=  white goods with a bright, white light.  It is just as much an error to turn a  soft, mellow light on a display of goods  of a deep shade. Judgment must be  used regarding the foregoing, of course.  Lighting is one of the main feature*  in successful window display. Few  merchants fully appreciate it, but the  success or failure of a "window dress"  depends greatly on the method of the  illumination.���Commercial.  11  Generally speaking, electric furnaces  may be divided under two main headings, namely: Those in which the  heating effect is produced by the elec  tricarc established between two carbon  or other electrodes connected with the  source of current, commonly known as  arc furnaces; and those in which the  heating effect is produced by the passage of the current through a resistance, which either forms part and parcel of the furnace proper or is constituted, by a suitable conducting train,  of material to be treated iu the furnace. The principle of the later type  is analagous to that involved in the  heating to incandescence of the ordinary electric lamp filament, and such  furnaces are, as a class, known as resistance furnaces.  k�� .  ()   Is under the management of  Greig and  Ht  Morrison.    The   rooms   are  comfortably  furnished, and the bar contains  the best  brands  of  wines,   liquors and   cigars  in  the city.  Copper St.  .'.i  **1B[* *  *i  D   MANCHESTER,    -    PROPRIETOR  THE ROOMS  Finely   furnished  rooms, well light  ed    and    heated.  ��  THE BAR  The cosiest place  in town to meet a  friend.   :    :    .    :  MEET ME AT THE CLARENDON  1  ijirai  _,��� Long Drives  DRAYING - We Can Move Anything  F. C. BUCKLESS          '       PROPRIETOR -  ^-iiii.iiai.iii.iiiiiiiiUiUiiiiiiiiiiii.iiUiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiii^  NOTICE  QF APPLICATION TO PURCHASE  Nov. I4tb, 1906.  NOTICE is hereby g-iven that sixty d_ys  after date. I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission' to purcha.se the following- described  lands :  Beginning at a. po.t marked Mrs. Avis  Poole's location post, on the West side of the  Main Kettle River about 3 5. miles above the  Forks at Westbridge; running south SO chains,  along the bank of the River, West 40 chains.  North SO chains, thence East 40 chains to point  of commencement.  Dated November 14th. 1909.  (Signed) MRS. A. POOLE,  by h��r agent Yale C_._jt_bt_ Lumber Oa  There's a  Reason  Why we are turning out more Job  Printing than any other office in the  Boundary Country. Big claini isan't it?  Finest  Assortment of Types and Materials,  More and Better Presses,  Never Substituting Cheap Stock,  Employing only the best Mechanics,  Work Delivered when Promised.  That's The  Reason  THE BOUNDARY CREEK  TIMES, LTD.  ^mn!nin!!nf!?!!mn!mf!!?rtmH!mm?irmn.mn?mmmK [jt1^fc___Vftfi-'ft_re  _��T^_9-U(UUciaKa^i-UU��ataa__tK_wr^  1:1"  I  h  <  $  What the leading Medical Journal of the world has  to say about FERROL.  After making a thorough test of FERROL in its own  laboratory the London (England) Lancet published an  article from which the following is taken :  "This is a successful combination of the well-  known valuable remedies, Cod Liver Oil, Iron and  Phosphorus. The formula is no secret, and our  analysis showed the presence and amount of constituents as described. The preparation is a good one  and of distinct therapeutic value. The association of  an easily assimilable oil, in a fine state of division,  with a phosphatic salt of iron which does not disturb  the digestive functions and which is easily tolerated,  determines its success as a food and tonic in wasting  diseases."  What the London Lancet' recommends as a food  and a tonic in all wasting diseases must have very  special qualities,  No higher endorsation is possible. The results  following the use of FERROL for the past ten years  h_Sff<8 proved that this endorsation is well deserved.  fit SOt a ptaBt tBjrstexy.    The formula is freely published.    It is prescribed by  Ffajf-U-UO-.    It fa endorsed by the most eminent Medical Journals.     It is used ia  Hwyih-ilq, S-j-tariai--. ate.  J���_~T  '-.'WHITE BROS., RED CROSS PHARMACY,  :  Druggists and Optician i III7 Greenwood, B. C.  DEALERS IN  ��-  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 ii  B ' B  .*.-���-. *.  B      ��� - ��  ����*j_<m**����#��(<'-o��o_--ttfiK*-��*-"**:'-*^^  fresh ana Cured meats  Fisb and Poultry*  PAY ORE COLUMN  It is reported that M. D. Hall  has the contract to deepen the  Oro shaft, in Central camp.  Frank Goombs has been working for many months steadily on  his claim in Central camp, near  the City of Paris, ancl says he  has a great showing of ore.  It. is reported that the management of the Providence mine contemplates  the   multiplication  of II  its capital   marn-   times.    It   will'!  hardly be able thereafter to claim  the proper-3' as a dky mine.  The unwatering of the Cari-  boo-McKiuney has been completed and mining has begun. It  is the opinion of many mining  men that although the Cariboo  has been a good dividend payer,  its best clays are still before it.  Good word comes from the work  being done on the old Sappho  claim, south of Douglas creek.  Some beautiful copper ore came  from this property in the early  days, but the lead was lost and  for some years nothing but assessment work has been done. Recently- the lead v. as found again  and some good ore is being* raised.  11 i s o n 1 y a few weeks sin ce Mr.  H. V. Fuller and associates acquired the Tip Top tmder bond.  Only a few days' work' were done  on the claim since taking* it "over  when last Friday a. lead of high  grade ore 18 inches wide was  opened up. The walls are smooth  a nd'.erect and the ore very rich,  being, liberally besprinkled with  free gold. The. Bay. Mavis and  Tip Top care all on the" same vein  and. form a verv promising trio of  claims. These claims alone would  boom any country in the world  but the Boundary.  A   well   selected   stock   of  winter suitings just arrived. *  .**jirmr��Tt_*��,��-  Staple goods in Black and  Blue Worsted and Serges,  Fancy Worsteds, Cheviots and  Tweeds, all heavy weight.  Por nice Pattern and Fine  Quality these goods cannot be  beaten. Prices are reasonable  and we turn out first class  work.  DRY CLIDAI^ING .STEAM��� CLEANING  Garment < Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired.  1��  ADDITIONAL LOCAL  L-,Iust_r_e,ceiv-ed_a_^  Clams, Crabs, Lobsters and all kinds of  Shell Fish  mmmr^cv ��^ts__nrin man vnmu* m  ���mrxBu u %_m_R_K_ res rvw  .  SMOKED     FISH  Finnen Haddie, Salmon, Halibut, Kippered Herring  mirexxxwiOmmmt m___w  tan.-- ���i__i_nco< _r. _ __��rc*KOT.-u__3B___- m  I  yr_i  ____> # 3,   JL  Copper Street  w ^kip  0  New Year's night, K. of P.  ball. ���:������  Born���To Mr. and Martin  Christopher, on the 14th inst.,  a son.  W. G. Gaunce left this morning  for Seattle, where he will spend  the holidays with his family.  The Greenwood Concert Band  ���will give an open air musical entertainment on Christmas afternoon.  Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Larson, of  Rock Creek, are preparing to  leave next week for the coast,  where they will spend a month  visiting the different cities.  Marvin Archibald, formerly a  compositor on tha Times, but now  employed on the Vernon,News,  is spending, the Christmas holidays with his parents here.  Mrs. W. B. Fleming was taken  seriously ill yesterday afternoon.  A wire was sent to Mr. Fleming,  who is at the coast, and it is expected that he will reach home  tomorrow.  The: last, big_eyent: of 1906 will  If*  a  Copper Street  -MERCHANT TAILOR.  Greenwood, B.C.  s��*-j��**.9*w��-4��ilfi>*fi��8��a.B��s*f����M#9e��  B  B ���  B  r  &  j  -Vr/^WV ^\tJ*\j~  .rV*lrJ~\rS~w  r"  1 a____a_-__9_i ara ��  1  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  Dominion Exhibition 1906  to e_3___a_-_B-��__c  KSB0  be a Masquerade Carnival at the  Greenwood Skating rink on the  evening of December 31st, ice  permitting. The prizes will be  the best ever given here.  The largest . and best Xmas  stock in the city is now being  displayed at Coles & Frith. All  new and up-to-date goods and at  lowest prices. Should you select  an article, we would be pleased to  set it aside for you till Xmas. In  selecting presents early you avoid  the rush, get better suited and  have the choice of the stock.  COUNTY COURT CALENDAR  The County Court of Yale was  opened at Greenwood by Judge  Clement ou Thursday morutug  last. The following cases were  on the docket'  McPherson vs. Hozier, attorneys Brown and Leggatt.  Picieljou vs. Albi, attorneys  Leggett and McLeod.  Smith McEwen vs. Gray, attorney Whiteside.  Hall vs. Royer, attorneys Brown  and McLeod.  Eason vs. Sisters of Joseph of  Peace, attorneys Whiteside and  Hallett.  Hampsou vs. Sisters of Joseph  of Peace, attorney Hallett.  Thompson vs. Thompson, attorneys Legg-att and Brown.  Foster vs. Cross, attorney  Whiteside.  Mclntyre vs. Caulfield and  Field, attorneys, Brown and  Whiteside.  Williams vs. Dominion Copper  Co., Ltd.. attorneys McLeod and  Whiteside.  We will have landed at our  store in the next few days  three large shipments of  assorted  FURN1RURE, RUGS, ART SQUARES,  TRUNKS; JALISES and SUIT CASES  Intending purchasers should  wait and inspect these goods  before buying elsewhere.   .   .  A. L. WHITE & CO.  House Furnishers f  B  B  B  B  ft  BBBBBBB&v*  ,v_  B  B  B  B-  B  B  B  B  B  �����  *  * -  B  B.  �����  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  _  Phone 16.  v. BB?t BBBBBBBBBB&&Btk&H��<#BB&&BnxBBBBBBBBBBBB*  OOiXKMJiXJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  S. F, & H. RY  Daily  Leave  PHOENIX  8:35 a.m.  $_ 8-.15 a,  m.  jjC? 8:15 a.m,  .Spokane, Sei'ttle.  Kvoretl. JJiilliinf-  liam, Vancouver.  Victoria and all  Coast points _  Npoka..e. Fernie,  Wiiinipeii. St.Paul  Minneapolis   Daily  Arrive  CANADIAN  6:45 p.m.;__  I  6:05 D.m.p  Grand  Fork., Ke-  public.  Marcus   S3 o.i_ - _ I Nortliport.    Rossis 8^15 a-m-j land. Nelson ��� .'  K 8:15 a.m.   K.-islo. Sandon   ��n        ���  6:05 p.m.  lR A I LWAY!  Winter Excursions East  $83.55  Greenwood tc   Montreal, Toronto  And all points west thereof in  Ontario ancl Quebec.  Quebec, St. John, Halifax  Maritime Provinces  Ipi i p    Rai**s on  application.   Tickets on sale  ^ : o daily Nov. 24tli to Dec. 31st.  70  5:05 p tn  Conuecting at Spokane wjth the famous  'ORIENTAL   LIMITED."  2    Daily   Overland  Trains   2  .'roni Spokane for Winnipeg,  St. Paul, Minneapolis, St. Louis,  Chicago and al! points east.  For complete information,  rates. b'*rth reservations, etc..  cal'on_or address  M. M. STEPHENS.  [Agent, Phoenix.  YEPKES.  A P.A.,Seattle.  | 6   Round trip first-class  3   months'  | �� limit Ole Country rates  $94.55 Beturn  o  10  O  0  0  0  0  1  i  u  7_2E;-__fir^___^iS^_SE_S-_--_s?.;  S. G.  Halifax or St. Johti������return ocean  fare*-..    Saloon,  second, steerage  $95.00, $76-007$54.00B  And   up,   according  tQisteamer.  For detailed information, sailing!*,  ocean steamers, first-class, or tourist  sleeper reservations, apply to local  agents or write  EL,   F?.    REDPATH.   AGEST.  7 ('.-.KENWOOD.  7    E. J. COYLE. J. S. CARTER.  O   A.f.. p. A. Vancouver        D.P.A."Nelson  o ���     ,;       "   .  ooc-ooooo-ck- _ ^ oooooooooooooe  *-f^-��_aSS-'  i-^._s__g GREEK TIMES.  Boundary Creek Time.  Issued every friday  BY THE  Boundary Creel. Pouting and Publishing  CO., IrtMlTKD,  Duncan Ross President  J. W. IC-xis - :..   Manage-"*  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Ykak  2 00  Six Months  1 _-  To Foreign Countries.   .. 2 5C  CUNI'  -;-''-���  i***".-  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1106  A MERKY CHRISTMAS.  have confidence in the decision.  The trial is attended by such delays, such' quibblings, the spectacle is neither inspiring nor  proud. Aud whether he is either  the full-witted parricide or the  half-witted imbecile is he worth  the worrying of brain, or racking j  of hearts that is going on? May  not courts sometimes be too indulgent with au ingenious defense is the question we fiud ourselves asking day after clay as we  read the story of the trial.  edit^mTnotes  they are cowards,' and  some  cause they are just cussed.  be-  Imbued with the Christmas  spirit, churches and fraternal  societies are aiming at events  that will scatter the sunshine.  For weeks past the civilized  world has been getting ready for  an approaching event, Christmas.  Merchants everywhere have been  buying-and displaying goods peculiar to the season. Men and  women everywhere have been  planning for the event aud what  they would make, it for the children. Young folk everywhere in  cities and towns have had their  thoughts turned to the old folk  and the old home, and many have  planned for Xmas dinner at the  old table. Children have talked  and wondered about Santa Claus  and have lived the day in sweet  anticipation.  What mean these things, this  piling up of wares the dear ones  would like, these whispered  words, this spirit of gift-giving  and home-going, this gladness  among the old, this glee among  the youth? From frozen north  to sunny south, east and west,  the human heart has felt the  thrill.  'Tis but survival of the spirit  of the song heard on Judaean  plains those centuries ago. 'Tis  but refrain of the heavenly anthem the shepherds heard, when  starting from their nightly vigil  with their flocks they heard the  world's first glad proclamation of  a coming peace. Swiftly to many  human hearts, but all too slowly  to the world, bas that peace  come. But the Christian world  yearly recalls the proclamation  in the season of Xmas cheer and  gift. In this season the heart of  Christian and infidel alike grows  mellower and man thus pays his  homage to the child born in Bethlehem that night.  In no perfunctory way, but out  of warm heart, we say, as we began, "A Merry Christmas."  Although verv little of the  Granby dividend of Si,620,000 for  1906 comes into the Boundary, we  should not begrudge it to the outside stockholders. There was  purchase money for properties  and pay-rolls for development  many years before there were  profits. The pay-roll abides, the  profits fluctuate.  Somk men are pessimists because they are sad, some because  they are sore, and some because  they are stupid.  The atheist will make his most  solemn declaration in the name  of Supreme Being that there is  no such Being.  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <___  Q__.  <_=*:  (_=.  CF*  CF*  CF*  Q^i  CF*  CF*  ^*  An illiberal creed, like a  country road, is liable to be worn  into ruts.  STRUCK BY A HOT BOLT  .$1.1,000,000.  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Rest   UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $159,831.84  Hon. Pi-siden l:   Lord Rtrathc-n-a and Mount Royal. G. C M. G.  President:    Sir Gicorge A. Dkommo-B, K.C. M.G.  Vice-President and General Manager:    10. S. C_ouston.  Branches in London, Eng. \i&T^&X&li .tow York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available iu :uiy partjot" the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed ;it current rates  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  ��������_>  , i>  ���*���_-���  *=_?  *=_*?  :���__<���'  i*_0  *__>  >��=5  *=D  fe_9  >c_9  x=f  lte_-  fc=9  **&  mm$mmm$$mmmmmmmm2Wm  We wish to call the attention  of our country readers to what is  already known to those in town,  that the patrons of the Times-  advertising columns are the ones  who carry the stocks and have  the prices that will please you.  If we may coin a word, we  would say optiomsm is contagious. Tbe marvelous success that  has so swiftly followed work on  the Mavis and Tip Top brings  others into the market.  CANADIAN B  Don't tell your local paper,  either by word or act, that you  don't believe in newspaper advertising, and lhen expect it to boost  for you gratuitously. ^  The man who can see no good  in those of opposite political  faith is stupid, and the one who  can, but will not admit it, is dishonest. -    -,  Some men are optimists because they .are sound, some because they are shrewd, and some  because they are successful.  Some men are knockers because  they   are  cranky,   some   because  ��b~-  THE LAW'S METHODS.  Whether Sidney Sloane is a  cold-hearted, red-handed murderer of his father, whom the state  ought to punish, or a weak-  Sraiia ecT~deg^herat^^homT^the'  state ought to guard, is costing  the people of Washington tens of  thousands to discover. And the  worst of it is, that after it has  been decided, everybody will  not  ��-^-��<*jI  Re.  MARY KIDDLE  deceased.  0 Information required about  Alfred Edward  Dyer  (whether living or dead), he or  his representatives being entitled  to money under Will of above  lady. The said ALBERT  EDWARD DY10R was formerly  of Eholt, Greenwood, British  Columbia, then of Lenora Mine,  -Mount_Sichel,___a _.couy_3_r_JMandi_  Apply  REED and REED  Solicitors,  Bridgewater, ENGLAND.  i.  Peculiar Accident to An   Engineer.  Edward  Spencer,  chief engineer of  the S.   S.   "Glide,"  of Montreal,   was  working   around   his   engine when a  hot bolt flew out  and   burned  his arm  terribly.   It was as if a ied hot s*. it had  been thrust'into it!   A supply of Zam-  Yuk balm  was   speedily   obtained and  first aid rencered.    The famous herbal  balm   alleviated  the  pain,  and to the  surprise of Spencer and all his friends,  at the  end of a week the   wound   was  completely healed.   This is only-one of  several cases reported recently in -.vhich  Zam-Buk has been  proved a wonderful  healer   of    burns,  cuts,   bruises,   and  abrasions.    It is  equally   effective  for  ulcers, sores, open wounds, scalp -ores,  ind blood   poisoning,   no matter how  long these have persisted.    Mrs. W. H.  T-xylor, of North Bay (Ont.), says:    "I  had a scaly   spot   about  as big as ten  cent piece   on  my  face.    I had it four  years, and hardly a night  during  that  time went by but what I  applied  cold  cream or some ointment  or other, but  it would   always   be   there,   and  the  warmer the weather the  worse  it got.  I recently   applied Zam-Buk,   and   in  about   a   week's   time   the   spot   had  disappeared completely."  One of the world's greatest analysts  says the healing power of Zam-Buk  is due to the rare herbal essences of  which it is entirely composed. For  rheumatism and sciatica it is also a  speedy cure. Its healing influence o.n  theskin is unequalled, and it is so pure  that the delicate skin of babes benefits  from its application. It cures rashes  and eruptions as well as more serious  ailments, such as blood poison, ringworm, abscesses, etc. Indeed, as a.  household balm itis working wonderful  cures all over the Dominion. Druggists  and stores sell it at SO cents a box. A  sample will be sent by the Zam-Buk  Co.. Toronto, to all our readers who  mail this article with a one cent stamp  to pay return postage. Write the name  and date of this paper across the article  before mailing.  L.__-  iT*  Paid-up Capital,$10,00,OOO.^Reserve^[Fiund; $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  p. E. WALKER, General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Asat, Gen I Man_g��  ia_ML!��C3 AT THE FOUOWltttO RATES*:  SS and aadsv  ���  . 5  -_ve_ _. act- n<5* jsuceedice $30. *....   6. cent.  ���"���'   $to       " ���* $30   .9 cents  *���    San,       ���" * $30..   _5 cents  '���"aeep Orders are Payable at ."ar nt ar..-' office, im Canada of a Chartered Bank  'Yukon excepted., and at lhe principal banking points in the United States.  NEOOT1A1S1.E AT a F1XUU RATH AT .  THE CANADIAN BANK. OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  Thi-y .or-i. an excellent method of remitting; small sums-of:mort^y  with .safety, and at small cost.  Savings Bank Department ���  Interest allowed on deposits from Sl upwards at current rates.  Greenwood Branch   -   -    -    -   W. ALLISON, Manager.'  To Employers of Labor:  From the Pattern  Because we know all  about this slooping-shoulder  type from the standpoint of  anatomy and tailoring, we  know all about the little points  that take away the somewhat  exaggerated " round - shoul- ��  dered" 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 of coat to  lengthen the back.  Then by tailoring the coat with full roll and  lapel, we relieve the appearance of round shoulders  and give the wearer an erect and upright carriage.  We tailor all suits to the try-on  Delivered two hours after fitting.  stage  oniy.  Chalcopyrite is often mistaken for  bornite. Bornite is red or brown in  color when freshly broken, and acquires  an irridescent tarnish upon exposure  fo~t n e^^af inos ph e r er "C h a .copy f i te~ is  brassy, and the fact that it often tarnishes with irridescence makes it closely  resemble bornite. Bornite has a hardness of 3; chalcopyrite, 3-5 to 4. The  specific gravity of bornite is 5; chalcopyrite, a little above 4. There is a  greater supply of chalcopyrite than  bornite, but the latter is the richer  copper ore, as it sometimes analyzes aa  high as 70 per cent, while chalcopyrite  will contain about 35 per cent of copper.  Both minerals are native sulphides of  copper and iron.  Are you conversant with the Workmen's Compensation  Act. The only absolute protection offorded is a Liability Policy. The "OCEAN" Policies, (the largest  accident company in the world, with assets of oyer  Seven Million Dollars) provides a complete indemnity  against all liability, relieving- you from all. responsibility, worry and trouble.  iine,  District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  -*  _r__ <_P  I km now conducting the wood business  formerly owned by Hugh McKee and am pre-  prepared to supply the best quality of wood  at lowest prices. J Good wood and good  measure!    Phone your orders.  Copper miners iu the Lake distnct  divide their product into three classes,  known at the mines as mass, barrel  and stamp copper. The masses are  sometimes of enormous size, two having been found which weighed over 500  tons each, and were worth at the time  of their discovery nearly $500,000 each.  Barrel copper consists of small masse-  weighing a few pounds to size too  laige for the barrels; the latter size ia  called "mass." Stamp copper varie��  from nuggets of some little size to  microscopic flakes so light that they  float upon water and are lost in the  tailings, of the stamp mills because  their minute size renders them apparently independent of the laws of gravitation.  Water Cure for Constipation.  Half a pint of hot water taken rialf  an hour before breakfast will usually  keep the bowels regular. Harsh cathartics should be avoided. When a  purgative ir. needed, take Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are  mild and gentle in their action. For  sale by all druggists.  _J__5  L.IVERY  and Rigs at all times.  5 _, The best of Horses  | HAY, GRAIN  AND FEED STORE |  $ Chopped  Feed.   Hay   and   Grain. f  |  Livery Phone 19. Feed Store Phone 124 |  GEO. H. CROPLEY,  ���!��<KMIK~>>X��M��<~X��XK">^'*>><^M<��>*>>��X��'  -   Proprietor, |  % ir ty*b4tirir,%ti?iripipir$ir  ty  4��  S* ty '-  P. W. GEORGE & CO.  The most ancient coins  are of elec-  trum, 4 parts of gold to 1 of silver.  4��  4  ty  4��  ty  ty  IDlectric  current   supplied    for  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  ��.4.ty ty ty ty tytyty %  *  4>  ty  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  4*  4****  ��^^44.4_4.^^^^4s^J4��^-^-^^^*f4.4��'|*��fk��|'��{  H-M-MK-M-B��_easnn_ &^Sia2^BS��_K����=!i)_aJ*Ka  T_.S_-.2G  Vests $3.00  Chest Protectors  25c to $2.50  n n,  11 .  -or-  . if you  want  to  make  your  own  Chamois  Vests we have  Water Tanned  Chamois Skins  25e to $1.50  Oil Tanned  Chamois Skins  15c to $2.50  P. S.���Water Tanned  Chamois Skins are  the ones to use for  making     Chamois  Vests    and  Protectors.  Chest  White Bros,  Dispensing Chemists,  Opticians.  _t__BS-_B-___5_i_-  ���' ' *  Several houses and  lots in Greenwood and  Anaconda at sacrifice  prices and terms.  If.  Insurance of"alFHtTcls  and in the best companies.  Gaunce &  iMM.ii_*jritT>3U��-v- -��� cm nas-RHw:  ~e  GREENWOOD  Will open about  Dec. i  EVERYTHING IS NEW  Strictly   first-class   service.  G. SWAYNE, Prep.  t3  eaninss rronn cue  ,4��^  ropoii  c _a ra-Uxt.* rautx- juumi k s.n  ' Dr. Mathison,  dentist,  Naden-PIood  block. 7  No very severe weather yet,  ancl Christinas nearly here.  Robert Wood went up to Beaverdell on Wednesday last to look  after work on the Sally.  Quite a number of our local  capitalists have been investing in  Telkwa mining stocks recently.  We regret to learn that Duncan  Ross, M. P., has been, ill  with la*  grippe since he  returned   to  Ottawa.  ��� Lost���Last evening, gold watch  chain. Finder return same to  this office aud receive reward.  Misses McMynn, McCreath and  Shaw, who have been attending  school at Yale, are expected home  today.  A good time is promised at the  Christmas tree and entertainment  in the Presbyterian church this  Friday evening.  The friends of Mr. J. E. McAllister are trusting that his trip  east may result in complete restoration to health.  Christmas, services at the Presbyterian church December 23rd,  at 11 a. m. and-8:30 p. m.. Special  music by the choir.  Mr. J. C. Hass came in on Sunday evening's stage to observe  the progress being made on the  Golconda by Contractor Robinson.  Mrs. Dr. Spankie,who has been  making an* extended stay in the  east, is returning to Greenwood  today to the .delight of a host of  friends.  James R. Muir, the well-known  .piano tuner and regulator,, will  be in town again in a few days  and will have the pleasure of  calling on all his customers aud  friends.  Norman Luse, who has done a  profitable hotel business in Eholt  for some years, left for the coast  over the Great Northern this  morning. He may decide to settle on the coast, having rented  his house iu Eholt.  The Hindu immigrant; in the  Bouudary doesn't seem to be the  right color to be a sturdy workman. The decided colors in men,  black and white, are better than  gray or yellow or brown, for work  required of men.  W. B. "Wilcox"'of the Phoenix  Pioneer, is outdoing himself this  year on the Pioneer annual. This  year's issue will be one of 6.000  copies, will be fuller than usual  and will be a heritable handy  book of reference for the  Bouud-  aT7*  The preliminary trial of Ra-  velli, presumed to be an accom-  J?ILce���Ql��edjll^^^he Niagara  outrage of November^isris^ww  in progress at Grand Forks.  Ernest Miller, Esq., is prosecuting, and A. C. Sutton, Esq., defending the prisoner,  Mr. W. Allison, manager of  the Bank of Commerce, has returned from a three weeks' outing on the west Fork. He reports having had an excellent  time, but savs the amount of  snow in the hills makes hunting  heavier than usual.  Mr. and Mrs. George H. Williams left a few days ago for a  proloned visit to Victoria. While  here for the past three years Mr.  Williams has been identified with  the smelting industry of the district. His removal is a distinct  loss io the camp.  The Anaconda News has just  published an annual which reflects great credit on Robert Keffer, the proprietor, who, by the  way, is the youngest journalist in  the province. The versatility of  the publisher is evidenced iu the  fact that he is proprietor, editor,  compositor, business manager aud  newsboy for the News.  The At Home at the Presbv-  terian church last Friday evening  was a most pleasant affair. The  minister and his flock, who appeared to be on * terms of great  good-will with each other, united  in making the outsider feel at  home with them. Music and  mirth, puzzle and poetry, coffee  and cake, each had place in the  entertainment.  papers     were  County  Court  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings.  J. S. Lawrence of Nelson, was  a visitor in Greenwood during the  week.  E. O. Windsor, expert piano  tuner and regulator, is in town  for a few days. Leaye orders at  Coles & Frith's store.  - Judge Clement of Grand Forks,  C. J. Leggatt of Midway, S. S.  Taylor of Nelson, and J. A.  Forin of Nelseu, were guests of  the Imperial this week.  Don't forget that friend you  want to wish a Merry Xmas. One  of our nice Maple Leaf cards,  with Greenwood view, will do it  nicely.    Coles & Frith.  At the rate the snow has been  coming down lately there is no  likelihood of a shortage of water  in the district next summer. The  roads are now in fine condition  for heavy hauling.  Naturalization  sought before the  on Thursday last by the foi'owing: S. L. Ingraham, C. L. John-  sou, A. Madge, J. C. Madge, Edward Melbrud, Frank Ruzik; Alex  W. Smith.  D. C. McVicar, who. at one  time operated the E. P. U. here,  and who later met with a serious  accident in the Last Chance, was  in Greenwood over Sund?y. His  many friends were glad to see  him so nearly recovered from his  terrible fall.  Don't miss the Log Cabin and  Christmas Tree entertainment in  the Methodist church on Tuesday,  Christmas night. Everybody  welcome to put presents on the  tree or in -the cabin for their  friends. There will be a collection taken. No admission fee.  *  An observant citizen claims  that he has watched the Phoenix  stage start up the hill, every day  for months past, and that with  one exception it has always had  at least one barrel or other package of Greenwood excitement ou  board for the fellows on   the  big  Mil. '.;'"- : ': .  Mr. J. G. Hamilton of Indianapolis, representative of - P. H.  and F. M.. Roots company, New  York, manufacturers of the Positive type of blowers, left for the  east last Tuesday, having completed his task of setting up three  blowers of 72 tons each for the  B. C. Copper Co.  The" friends of Mr. and Mrs.  George Maynard, who formerly  lived in Auaconda, will regret to  learn that Mrs. Maynard died on  November 22, last They left  here nearly two years ago, going  to Port Carling, Musk&ka, hoping  that Mrs. Maynard's health would  improve. But she, steadily de-  ciinedrwitli-the _ibove=-resul4-.*���=-  ROSCIAN OPERA CO.  Two Delightful Evenings of Opera at  the Auditorium.  The Roscian Opera Company  afforded the citizens of Greenwood two delightful evenings  this week, at the Auditorium,  rendering "Said Pasha" on Monday, and the "Bohemian Girl" on  Tuesday evening. The company  is about 30 strong and the work  of the entire party was of a very  high order. It was not left for  a few good voices to give character to the entertainments, as is  frequently the case, all the parts  being well sustained, and both  operas being well rendered productions The audience on both  occasions was large and appreciative, and the company will receive a flattering patronage on  its next visit to Greenwood.  The artists of the evening  found the heating of the stage a  very comfortable improvement on  the usual order of things.  WORKS SMOOTHLY  Daily Reduction Capacity of No. 3  Furnace Much Above Normal.  No. 3 furnace of ihe B. C. Copper Co., is -working very,smoothly  and is reducing at the rate of  nearly "700 tons per day. Its actual capacity is nearly IS per cent  above its normal,, and when the  entire battery of three are in operation at the beginning of the  year the daily reduction "will be  about 2,000 tons.  Early in the new year the third  mammoth furnace of the Dominion Copper company will be ready  for business. The new year will  not be very old when the present  smelters of the district will be in  shape to handle over 6,000 tons  daily, aud that means two million  tons of ore, or nearly, are to be  mined and smelted in the Boundary in. 190*7.  The law of evolution holds in  mining as elsewhere, and the last  six years have witnessed great  development in this, our great  industry. Six years are not long  in the life of a mining country,  but marvelous has been the steady  growth in that time.  FOR EVENING DRESS  W. M. Law, for many years a  prominent merchant here, and yet  with large holdings in the district, but now a wholesale coal  merchant in Omaha, has been  made president of the Sunburst  Mining company, with headquarters in Kansas City. The  company's property is a lead-zinc  proposition in the Indian territory.  George F. Beardsley, recently  connected with the Mt. Lyel  Copper company, of Tasmania,  has arrived in Greenwood to relieve Manager McAllister, who  goes to New York on an extended  leave of absence to consult a physician. Already the public talks  of what Mr. Beardsley has done  elsewhere, and predict great  things for him here.  Miss Maud L.   Dixon  and   Mr.  Allan D. McMillan were united in  marriage by Rev. M. D. McKee  at noon Wednesday, 19th- The  bride was becomingly dressed iu  a navy blue traveling suit. The  man}7 beautiful presents received  by her were a slight testimony to  the very high esteem in which  she is held by her many friends  iu Greenwood. After a very  dainty lunch, served bN- Mrs.  Graham at the Imperial, the  happy couple took the afternoon  train to their home in Gr?nd  Forks, where Mr. McMillan is in  the employ of the steel works as  a machinist, and to where the  best wishes of their Greenwood  friends follow them.  Solving* the Problem for Men In An  Easy Way.  Until the advent, of the Semi-ready  tailoring-, the plirchase of a full dress  suitor a Tuxedo was a S40 or $50  affair - and a lottery. The lottery was  in the finish, for few tailors can get the  real style .of this garment, as thev have  only a few chances a year.  Semi-ready dress suits arc tailored on  the physique type, system so that every  man is sure of his exact fit and the  correct  length  of hi*.... figure.    A  silk  facedicQat,_AviJ:h^vest__and^rojiseM^Jiv  fine black cheviot, tor S25 at any Semi-  ready Wardrobe-  P. W. George & Co. will be pleased  to show you how what "Semi-ready"  tailoring profits the wearer.  SEATS OF THE MIGHTY  Chancellor Day of the Syracuse  University, is out again in his  defense of the seats of the  mighty���the mighty rich. ��� His  lefense of the Rockefeller type  >f wealth is loud and exaggerated  ���md evidently he has little sym-  oathy or respect for any but the  immensely rich. He scorns the  Lilliputs of,, trade and finance  ancl mocks their efforts. Without  the "big* ones" to guide, the  world's industrial and commercial  life would be a heavy down grade.  ELECTION COMING  (Special to B. C. Times.)  Victoria, Dec. 20.���The report  which emanated from government  circles recently that early dissolution of the local legislature is  imminent, appears well founded,  although being so near the holidays", some who claim to be well  advised, doubt it.  SORRY,  BROTHER  ! We regret to announce that au  ; already longiist of B. C. papers  :. that have died for want of support or other causes, has been  i added to by the unhappy end that  i has overtakeu the Armstrong Advance.  A'  |       is.  j?      r  Vmmy teu'.:-.;".'---.-.:;ijausB��:  Great quantities of toys of all  kinds and description have been  gathered for our young friends  Our collection is by far the  largest and most complete in  Greenwood,  and   indeed   few  stores in larger cities can suiv  pass it��     <     <    i    f    ��    .   i   i  & Dolls  IN GREAT VARIETY  Dressed Dolls   25c to $6.00  Undressed Dolls 25c to $4.50  FINE    ASSORTMENT    OF  FANCY GOODS  Genuine Ebony Toilet Sets  Silver mountings from  $6,00 to $35.00  Military Brushes,  Manicure Sets,  Brush and Comb Sets,  Jewell Boxes,  Mirrors, Sissors Sets.  Gold and Silver Mountings.  Make  and  Excellent  Xmas Present.  S  LL  BOOKSELLERS,   -  STATIOXSRS  = 0!TIC1_. SUPPLIES. ���=^  Copper St.  Phone 33  X-ik  ��_   ' wh  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  7. H. HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Ptbi.ic.  Cable Address:      ." Hallbtt."  ; Bedford "M'NeiU's  ( Bedford M'Neill's  Codes < Moreinp & Ncal's  ( Leiber's  Greenwood, B. O.  J. P. McLEOD  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Offices in P.O. Box 31  RENDELL BLOCK Phone 81  Over Bank of Montreal      GREENWOOD, B.C  J. R.  BROWN,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Tel. 92. Notary Public  Offices, Wallace-Miller Block, "  Greenwood, B. C.  F. M. LAMB,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office with F. W. McLaine.  Coppre Street. Gre enwood, B. C  W. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting Mining Engineer.  Properties examined  and  reported   on.    Will  take charg-e of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  THE STOCK MARKET.  Following- ;ire ill . quotations for this  week:  ASKED. BID.  American Boy 02J_ .02  Canadian Goldfields ..      .OSJ. .08  Cariboo  McKinney OS .04  C. M. & S. Co. of Can..160.00     150.00  Granby  ;. ., -.. 15.00 13.00  Giaul 02# .02  Hecla     3.20 3.10  International Coal 70 .60  Monte Cristo       ,02>_ .02  Jumbo.. ,...      .20 .08  Novelty  02 .01 yi  North Star 15 .14  Rambler-Cariboo 3l .30  Sullivan    08J_ .08}4  Snowstorm     2.10 1.96  White Bear       .11 .08  Roselle        25 .23  Poplar Cre'k(Mohican)      .12 .10  ST.   JUDE'S CHURCH.  GREENWOO  GREENWOOD.  B.   C.  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  control and umpir_ . '  Assays a^Specialty.  ^?~Samples  received  by mail   or express assayed and returns  made next day.  Correspondence Solicited, .. '  GREENWOOD,   -,    , ..B.C  F.EDWARD BROWN  Accountant and 'Auditor  Commercial and Mining Accounts  solicited. Acting secretary for Mining  Corporations. Greenwood, B. C.  THE-.   ;.-,"' !%.  COPPER.  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. 15; 1906)  Is a dozen books in one, covering lhe  history, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Terminology, Uses, Statistics and Finances of  Copper. It is a practical book, useful  to all and necessary to most men engaged in any branch of the Copper  Induetry.  Its facts will pass muster with the  trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facts in plain English without fear or favor. .  Its lists and describes-4626 Copper  Mines and Companies in all parts of  the world, descriptions running from  two lines to sixteen pages, according  to importance of the property.  The Copper Handbook is conceded to  be the  inniLftm.  luurrui.  lED.  LIV  The Mining Man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines,  mining and the metal.  The Investor needs the book for the  facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and copper statistics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English.  Price is $5 in Buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to anv  address ordered, and may be returne.l  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  453 Postoffice Block. Houghton,  Michigan.  Weathering- -The term "weathering" should be confined to changes in  cohesion and composition of rocks near  the surface that are due to the decomposing and oxidizing action of surface  waters. Its tendency is to destroy the  rock as a geological unit.  If a train of dynamite three and a  half mile, long were laid and the necessary shock applied at one end, the  entire masa would be decomposed into  its gasses in one second. It would  take about half an hour for an equally  long train of gunpowder to be consumed.    A short time ago platinum was used  yery extensively in connection with 14  carat gold. Now there is not a bit of  it being used that way. Its use to the  jewelry trade is confined almost entirely to diamond setting to give color  to the stones, and, of course, the higher  platinum goes up in price the costlier  tttcb diamonds will become.  special services.  Midnight service, 11:30 p. m., Christmas eve, 24th December, 1906.  Carol,- Ch.risln.as, Westlake.  Communion service, Simper.  Carol, There Dwelt in Old Judea,  Jackson.'  Carol, Christinas Bulls, Cross.  Short address.  Anthem, When Jesus Was Born,  Simper. ��  Nunc Dimmitis, Foster.  CHRISTMAS  DAY.  December 25th, 1906, 1.1 a. m.  Hymn No. 60, Hark, the Herald. Angels Sing.  Communion Service, Simper.  Hymn No. 59. O, Come All Ye.'Faithful.  Sermon.  Anthem, V'hen Jesus Was Born,  Simper.  Nunc Dimmitis. F-ister.  WINTER EXCURSIONS  Maritime Provinces, Ontario, Quebec  the Old Country.  The. Canadian Pacific Railway announce a series of low round trip rates  first class three (3) months' limit from  Kootenays to all points in Ontario,  Quebec, Maritime Provinces and the  Old Country.  Rate from Greenwood to Toronto,  Montreal, Windsor and intermediate  points is $83.55, Halifax or St. John  in connection with ocean passages,  ��94.55. 77.  Tickets will be sold daily November  24th to December 31st.  Corresponding rates will be quoted  to all eastern Canadian points from  all Kootenay stations.  This is an unusual opportunity to  visit eastern Canada or the Old Country  at Christmas at a low rate.  Detailed information sailing lists,  for ocean steamers, first class,or tourist  sleeper reservations on application to  local agents, or write  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  Nelson. B. C  SMELTING RATES ON LEAD ORE  This is an important topic for discussion, not only in the United States  vv Here". fie~s i lver: lead~in i Ti ei,_iTota6Ty_in"  Idaho, contribute annually over 60 per  cent of the output of lead and a large  part of the silver, but also in British  Columbia and elsewhere.  A little over a year ago the Canadian  government appointed a commission of  Americans and Canadians to investigate primarily the zinc resources of  British Columbia, and in their report,  just published, there is also data of an  interesting character bearing on the  smelting of silver-lead ore.  It is remarked that the silver lead  smelters of British Columbia are operating under less favorable conditions  than those of the United States. Why?  Because the supply of ere is less  abundant, and of less diverse and suitable character. The result is thai of  tho charge smelted only 66 2-3 tc. 75  per cent is ore (the remainder being  barren flux which costs just as much  to smelt per ton as ore does) against a-n  average of 80 oer cent in good practice  in the United States.  WISE SAY2NGS  Find fault with others, it. will make  theni faultier. \>  Anticipate evils, you are sure to bri ng  them upon you.  Imagine you are disliked, it. will  make you less likeable.  Worry about your work, it win make  you less capable.  Sit bemoaning the past, you will  never get on iu the future  Decomposition���This term signifies  a dissolution of a rock or mineral into  its component parts, whtch involves a  physical as well as a chemical change.  It occurs most commaniv during the  process of weathering. ���  A RECIPE FOR  SANITY  Are you worsted in a fight?  L,augh it' off.  Are you cheated of your right?  Laugh it off,  Don't make tragedy of trifles,  Don't shoot butterfies with rifles���  Laugh it off.  Does your work get into kinks?  JUaugh it off.  Are you near all sorts of brinks?  Laugh it off.  Ef it's sanity you're after,  There's no recipe like laughter���  Laugh it off.  ���The Century.  A London dentist, who believes in  advertising, displays the following  drawing inducement: "Have Your  Teeth Pulled Out for a Christinas Present."  The Boundless Boundary; 12  views of the Boundary- country in  a neat letter card, 25c. CoJes &  Frith.  Cure for Sore Nipples.  As soon as the child is done nursing  apply Chamberlain's S*lv_. Wipe ii  off with a soft cloth before allowing  the child to nurse. Many trained  nurtieu use this with the best result*.  Price 25 cents per box. For sale by all  druggists.  Copper was mined on Isle Roy ale in  Lake Superior many years before Columbus was born. Prehistoric races  used the metal for Licit" implements  and ornaments. The copper occurred  in native, or volcanic rocks, and the  primitive miners-dug il: out with no  better tools than stone 'sledges. Much  prospecting was done, judging by the  numerous holes and pits. No less than  50,000 of the crude tools uced in> the  early days have already been recovered.  Great masses of native copper have  been unearthed; many of these had  been worked for fragments of the  metal as cutting with the crude implements was almost impossible. A mass  weighing 12,000 pounds was carried  away in a vessel by the primitive miners. In later years mass copper, like  that from Isle Royale was eagerly  sought, but no copper of importance  was found. Many articles made from  Isle Royale copper are still being found  in mounds and graves throughout the  country, even as far away as Central  America.  Gas was first aised for illuminating  by William Murdoch, an Englishman,  in 1792.  In photography platinum produces a  picture which is regarded as absolutely  permanent.  Aluminum was first produced from  its ores in 1827, Frederick Wohler, of  Germany, having discovered the process.  The fire worshippers of Persia  burned natural gas, which they doubtless obtained by various mining operations.  The discoverer of coke as a substitute   for   coal   in   smelting   iron .was  Abraham Darby, ah Englishman, who  patented his process in 1750.  lolite is a bluish mineral with a vitreous luster. It is a complex silicate  of iron, aluminum and magnesium,  aad is found in metamorphic or igneous  rocks. It is also known as cordierite  and dichroite. The fine blue crystals  are cut for gems.  SUNDAY SERVICES.  Catholic���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service* 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. in.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. ni.; Sunday school al  2:30 p.m. Rijv. J. A. Bedard, . >. M. I.,  pastor. a  Anglican���St. Jude's. . Rev. John  Leech-Purler, B. D., pastor. Services  at S a. in., 11 _. in. and 7.30 p-. in :  Sunday school, 2:30 p. in. AH .seats  free. Midway. 2nd and 4th Sunday  >.;ic.h nu'iitii at 3:30 p in. Phoenix, lsi  mid 3rd Sunday eacii month at 3:30  p. ui.  Presbyterian���St. Columba, Rev.  M. D. Mckte, pastur. Services 11 a.  ni.-and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school 2:30  p. ni..  Methodist���Rev. H. S. Hastings,  pastor Services at 11 a. ni. and 7:30  p. m.; Sunday school. 2:30 p. m.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following tabic y-ives the ore shipments of the Boundary mlnee  1104, r.'_5 ami lfcWi,  as reported to the Boundary Creek Times:  MBE, CAMP.  Granbv Mines Phoenix  Suowshoe Phoenix  Jl other Lode Deadwood  Bonnie Belle Deadwood  Idaho Phoeuix  Brooklyn-Slennvitidr, Phoeuix  Butcher Hoy ...Midway  Rawhide Phoenix  Situ set /...Deadwood  Aiouiitaiii   Riis.  Siimniil  Athclstati-Juckpo' Well in'"in  1900  64,,r>53  207  5,340  1901 1902 1903 1901  231,762 309,858 39R,718 549,703  1,731 20.S00 71,212 .........  99,034 141,320 138,079 174,298  ..D*��:uh��-ood  1! C Mine   K Hell   ....    'Summit  Oro Denoro        Summit  .cetiator       Summit  II rev   Fo(.f e   .    .  .   .Summit  No. 37    Summit  Sulphur  Kmjr.   Summit  ���\V i n ti 11 io u   ... Wellington  ("olden  Crown.  Kiiif.  Solomon.  Hi If Copper    W. Copper  No. 7 mine   ..   ,. Central  City of Paris.. .  ....  White's  Jewel   ...Lot!!.'  Lake..  Carmi   ...West  .\ii-I.  Kain'il. :���   -.... West   I-Vm-I.  Sully    Wesi Vorh  Piovidi.*-...    ('.reenwood  Kli.horn   .... ('5reenwood  Sirailmiore    < "-reenwood  Prim;,?   Iir-iirv..   ('reenwood  Presto:!  .    ...   Greenwood  Skylail:     GiTcuwona  Last Clin nee    Greenwou '.  12 P  U mine    Greenwood  Bay    Greenwood  Maris    Greenwood  Don l-Vnio    Greenwood  Cre. cent    (* reeu wood  Helen    Greenwood  R iii'*.* 1  ot::tdarv FnlH  P..public  1  oliiidarv   Fall;:  ?.!:.t.cellai!<-ons..  1,200  19,494  1.070  2.2S0  S02  550  ���  47.405  C50  32,3505  7,455     15,731  ���150  14,S11  500  S 530  160  :,n.io  875  665  2,000  35(1  5,646  3,339  19,365  22,937  15,537  363  3,070  3,250  1,759  4,586  37,960  16,400  3,450  for 1900,1901,190_, 1903,  Past  1905 1906      Week  653,889 788,853     13,543  ......... 6,600          ......  174.567 94,880   2,970  20     2,960     3.  5,731 135,248   2,208  ......... 9  ....7...  25,108 23,532    832  3.056 46,935   1,024  4,747 3,3.5    .132  1,345  9,485 12,165  3,007 6,404  1,833   264  390  364  33  78S  625  -.435  4S2  2,��60  S90  33  ISO  586  2io  400  79  726  325  50  300  3.450.  500  60  750  30  32  145  V70  150  20  __-  689  155  73  20  JO  'in  SO  ���JO  500  30  76  86  1.140  .   40  140  15  20  529  :o  20  45  25  20  .... .7  'Fk1.H1   loos     Smelter tre:i'.u:enl- -  '-"ratlin-  Co   ''. C (*opj>.r Co   Dominion Copper Co :���..  Total reduced..; . .  '.���6,600     390..S00 ��� 50S.S76 690.41.') .S29.S0.-t 033.51 (, 1123.185 21,839  62.-S7     JI.--0.S2.-"    ..12.3.10 401. '121 5%.2.- '.S..1MS   .-1011.493 I3.3fiip        i'17,611  .14-.600 162,H3 21t.l,4.S4. 210,*...). ,lOT.SOl '+     4,78.  .- ���  132,570 30,930     S-1.05*.   207,855          4,192   :;   G2.389 :   348.439   460.940   697,404   S37.666   ')82.877 1.138.495       22,277.  $!4-*W\..  i  r"   i*^'**\r**Sr'?\fJ*\r'*lt+'l4-*'\pi  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.  NAMB OF- COMPANY.  > Cariboo-McKiiittey���pold.......  3 Granuy-Coiisolidcttcd- copper  f Providence���silver   AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL.  Issued  S. 1.250,000      1,250,000  15,000,000      1,3-U.OOO  200,000|     .     40,000  Pat-  Si  5100  $5  DIVIDENDS.  Paid  1906  $810,000  Total  to Date  $546,837  1348,630  38,224  Latest  Date  Feb. 1904  Sept, 1906  Sep., 1906  Am't  Per  Share  .04  .30  .50��  ,.  BASS ALE ON DRAUGHT  We have just received a shipment direct from Bass &  Cb��� Ltd., Burtonxon^Trent England,     This is the first  shipment ever received in the Boundary Country.  Heilborns Kings Liqueur .Scotch 10 year old.  .Prellers Sauternes and Burgundies,  Renaults 50 year old Brandy,  G.. H." Mumm's & Co's Champagne  =   ini piiitFand splits,  "        = --��--.��� ---~r-���  Imported and Domestic Cigars.  IMPORTERS  uor ���o.  GREENWOOD  -__mi��l8-l^lwnralfflrT"frre^  KNIT-TO-FIT WKSCUT has one  feature that can not be duplicated-  tlte combination of sweater and coat  ���-the collar may be fastened close to  the throat or rolled  back as desired.  Wescut and Sweaters  come in all sizes, weights and colors���  with club emblems or college colors  knitted to order. Beware o! imitatiou  see our trademark ou each garment.  Write for catalogue if your dealer  cannot supply you.  THE KNIT-TO-FIT MANUFACTURING CO.  P. O. BOX 2339, MONTREAL.  if  1  '?  I  til  '.-������>  Oil  'U  i'\ J^^^-S-^Jsaw-sa^^  t.T.n.WiatlllBtt^Xnj-  vV.  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and de_or[j:  ating promptly done.  CUal. Papering  J_hd Kalsominirg  Send in your spring orders.  Geo.-^Cbottips.-t  Boxf255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.   '  000000000000000001>000<><KK)<>  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work" and  Inside Finish,  Etc,  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-  GREENWOOD,   :   B.C.  6 PHONE 65. 0  COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO^  S.BARRY YUILL  o  ���-������      \   ��� >v#b.  ���\7yk  ' '���������������-   ,'��� \ ._���!  ��� I - / ��.<������*  )-  7/m  ���>/.) V Or-  7*~-tS&fajiiz!^. *  PRACTOAt;,.,WATCHMAI.KH       AND  JEWELLER.  All workguaranteed    GREENWOOD  *-^#p:*S^  ���te-?.a:.,'5.'V'"^  ���viS_'**--;&r  ^V.W  WHY GUGGENHEIMS QUIT  Is unexcelled, as is evidenced by  its  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having  "ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEER  TEL. 1553  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE  The Ore Pinched  Out at a Few Feet  Below tee Surface.  The New York Herald of the 14th  instant puts,a new phase on the reason  why the Guggenheims so suddenly  dropped their holdings in the Cobalt,  Ontario, camp."   Says the Herald:  "Mining engineers who have returned from the Cobalt camp within tlie  last few days slate that the reason the  Guggenheims gave up their option of  the 400,000 shares of stock and pocketed  a loss of about S?l,700,0u0 is that the  famous bonanza vein, 'No. 47,' pinched  out a fevr feet below the surface. Other  veins were equally treacherous.  ''The Nipissing collapse has disheartened the management, according  to the report of the engineeos, and very  little work is being done at Cobalt. 'No  shipments have been nia_e lately, and  it is said that little work on the property will be done until spring.  "The fact that the large stockholders  have sold out from 252 dov\ u has 1. d to  the belief that new directors would  enter the board. It is generally accepted as a fact that J.7R. DeLamar,  E. C. Converse and W. B. Thompson  have sold practically the bulk of their  holdings in Nipissing. The control of  the property is now in the street."  CULLED FROM OTHER fOLUMS  Bj.andon, Man.���The local indebted  ness of the city has assumed 'arge proportions, of approximately $1,280,000,  a truly significant amount -when the  population of the city is taken into  consideration. A year og-o the total  indebtodness in roun:l figures was  $872,000, and the last year shows an  addition of S256,000, which is made up  as follows: Schools, ��80,000; water  works, ��58,000; sewers, '.50,000; sidewalks, $40,000. and bridges, $28,000.  MINING SWINDLES  Ottawa���The tianscontinental mil-  way commission will invite lenders iu  tin; near future for the construction of  five more sections nf roan, The location surveys have been completed over  portions, and all that remains is to  complete the forms on which offers will  be submitted. One section extends  from Moncton to Chipman, 50 miles;  another from Grand Falls to the'boundary between New Brunswick and Quebec, another 50 miles; a third from the  interprovincial boundary westward to  Quebec, about 100 miles; a fourth from  La Tuqeon the St. Maurice river westward about 40 miles, and a fifth eastward from lake Abitibe about 150 miles.  NUGGET WEIGHS 967 OUNCES  Editor Mining- World.  Sir���In reading over a number of  papers laid one side, I have just come  across The Mining World of November  24, and note your editorial article on  the -American Mining, Milling and  Smelting company. Permit me to ob  serve that this swindle would still be  in a flourishing condition, in all likelihood, but for my own efforts, These  are the grafters who managed to get  the only decent rating ever accorded a  mining swiddle in any edition of my  Copper Handbook, in 1904, and I have  been after their scalps ever since. . It  was an up hill job, and took me a long  time to get fairly started, as I ran the  gamut of the authorities from John  Stark, superintendent of the Metropolitan police of London, to Sir G. B. V.  Finley, attorney general of England,  and back againl Eventually I induced  a swindled investor in Scotland to  swear out a warrant for these people  and they have both gone over the road.  Horace J. Stevens.  Houghton, Mich., Dec. io, 1906.  Several gold nuggets were discovered  recently near Tarnagttlta, Australia,  and two were recently found weighing  respectively 967 and 373 ounces, the  largest seen in Australia in 40 years.  "The Pioneer Limited," St.  Paul to Chicago, "Short Line"  Omaha to Chicago. "Southwest Limited," Kansas City  to Chicago.  No tlains In the service on any railway  in the world that equals in equipment  that of the  Chicago, Milwaukee &  St Paul Railway  They own and operate- their own  sleeping and dining cars on all their  trains and give their patrons an excellence of service not obtainable else  where. Berths on their sleepers are  longer, higher and wider than in similar  cars on any other line.-1 .They protect  their trains by the Block system.  c  For further information call 01 your  local ticket agent, or  H. S. ROWE. General Agent,  134 Third ayenue,  Portland, Ore.  R. L. FORD, Commercial Agent*  618 Riverside Ave.,  Spokane, Wash  Cobalt is found associated with iron  sulphides and nickel bearing ores.  Cobalt occurs in many forms, but it is  not generally of much importance except in its associations with iron and  nickel. Iron sulphide deposits that  may Gontain eobalt are found as aqtto-  igneous segregate, and chemical  changes among rocks,  King of AH Cough Medicines.  Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier of  Canton Center, Conn., who has beeu  n the U. S. service for about sixteen  years, says: ''We have tried many  cough medicines for croup, but Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is king of all  and one to be relied upon every time.  We also find it the best remedy for  coughs and colds, giving certain results and leaving no bad after effects."  For sale by all druggists.  ^FRESHEST BREAD  Cakes, Buns and Pastry  always on hand. We also  cany a first class stock of  Staple Groceries.   :   :   :  Vienna Bakery  A* SAKRIS, Proprietor.  Phone B 28.  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  ANY available Dominion Lands -within the  Railway Belt in British Columbia, mar  be homesteaded by any person who is the sole  head of a family, or any male over IS years of  age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160  acres, more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the local  laud office for the district in which the land i_  situate.  . The homesteader is required to perform the  conditions connected therewith under one of  the following- plans:  (1) At least six months'residence upon ancl  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is  deceased-), of the homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the  requirements as to residence may be satisfied  by such person residing- with the father or  mother,  (3 If the settler has his permanent residence  upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to  es idetice may be satisfied by residence upon  the said land.  Six months' notice in writing should be given  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10 par acre  for soft coal and $30 for anthracite. Not more  thau 320 acres ca'u be acquired by one individual or companv. RoyaiHy at the rate of tea  cents per ton of 2,00 pounds shall be collected  on. the gross output.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of this ad.  tertisement will not be paid for. 32^59  Alteration���The term "alteration"  applies to the partial change of substance in rock or mineral which does  not necessarily inrolre its replacement  by another. It is a purely chemical  process.  Now is the time to bring in your job  printing and avoid the holiday rush.  All woak done in first-class style.  #-  !  1NB50R  0TEL  .ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout with electric lights.  We offer special inducements to travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar excells- all others.  FIRST CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  iH��P  New Westminster. B- C.  Receives both ladies and gentlemen as resident or day students. Has a complete bnsiness  or commercial course. Prepares students to  gain teachers' certificates of all grades. Gives  the four years' course for the B. A. degree, and  the first year of the of the School of Science  course, in"affiliation with Toronto University.  Has a special "Prospectors' Coarse" for miners  who work in B. CJ.  Instruction Ib alio given in Art, Mus'c, Phy��-  1 cal Culture and Elocution.  Terra opens September 17.1906. Tor calendar,  COLUMBIAN CO-.LE-B.  SOUTH  TS%R  ���������"���Si-iSs-. ,_t*__. J "*3,'jn*S_-..__-__ i=?*^a__fe* Sfc ������������in    iwmrTtimniiiniiiiiii  GREEK  TIMES  LUCKY BOB JACOBS  Carge Assortment of Enslisb  Silver Plated floods  In Lunch and Breakfast Cruets, Toast Racks, Marma^  lades* Butter Dishes, Sugars and Creams. Biscuit Jars,  Salad and Preserve Dishes, and many more pieces too  numerous to mention.  All the latest designs in Japanese Chinaware in  Cups;and "Saucers, Sugars and Creams, Salad Dishes,  Ghodolate Jars, Tobacco Jars, Biscuit Jars, Jardineres,  etc. v  Gold Traced Victor Stock Pattern Always in StocK  10 PIECE TOILET SETS  FROM  W;sfto$ 10.00  97, 102, 116 PIECE DINNER SETS FROM  $10.00 to $40.00  ���^a^s^- The  KseKaw-CauKield, Co. Lt(L  Hardware  Furnishings  Groceries  =S5>  THEf CHIHSTMAS SPIRIT  There never was a time when the  ameliorating agencies were so -numerous, so hopeful,;- so. successful as they  are at present in ail parts of the Christian .world, and. Christmas comes to  giyetheseadded and beautiful empha-  sia. For at this season, though it may  not be confessed in words, it is the  spirit of the Christ-Child which touches every heart into tenderness. Most  of "the year life is implacable enough,  bat the searing effects of rivalry and  competition, and the struggle for the  individual foothold under conditions  which, while they make for greater  earning power, at the same time are  .increasingly strenuous, are all too  evident in a certain hardening of the  ���aattite.--^^^^^-^^^-^^----.---.:���.1-- __.   For moral and spiritual health, then,  the Christmas season comes to give to  the most cynical something of the  heart of a little child.  Indeed, no one who does not possess  this heart of tne child can enter into  this kingdom, whose divine character  and distinction and glory is���Love.  And that this spirit of the Christ  Child works miracles, it is only necessary to consider with what eagerness  Dand delight (with which perhaps a little  ahamefacednesB is mingled) hard-  headed men, in every community, give  themselves to the work of service. The  women are always administering, for  the angel is in. their gentle nature;  but thia is the. crowning triumph of  Love���that men whose habit it is to  laugh  at  sentiment,   are  found   not  merely writing out cheques for hospitals, which is .a. small affair, but giving  themselves to the work of service,  hurrying to the orphans' homes with  flowers and toys, and feeling a sudden,  lump in the throat as they witness the  of the sick children���"spirits in prison"���ministry to whom means service  to Him whose advent the Christian  world will so shortly celebrate. The  greatest thing in the world is���L,ove.  Magnetization of diamond drill rods  used in a basic hornblende chlorite  schist enclosed on either side by more  acid rocks is quite interesting. The  rods, .t is said, become strongly magnetic and would sustain heavy spikes.  The phenomenon is attributad to the  influenoe of nearby ore bodies or the  proximity of large deposits of magne-  J:ite.i=jrhe^Jtiole_s^^\_hereJ^__ma.gn_^c^  effects we're noted were inclined toward  the north several degrees from the  vertical and conditions were, therefore,  especially favorable to the production  of strong magnetic currents ih the  l drill rods. It is well known that an  iron bar held in a north and south direction is more readily magnetized  than when held in an east and west  lint.-.  Said to Have Made a Million Dollars  in Cobalt Camp.  Many ex-Rosslanders have made fortunes since they left this city, and this  is the case particularly with those who  go' to other mining camps. Robert  Jacobs, who worked in Crow & Morris'  cigar store, and for a time was associated with the same firm in running a  tobacconist business in Greenwotd, is  among the fortunate ones. Abotv two  and a half years since, h. and his  brother, Jacob Jacobs, secured a property in Cobalt, Otil., which provi d to  be among the richest mines of the  camp. It is said that Robert and Jacob  have each made a million on the mine,  and, as it is still producing, they are  likely to make as much more. Av one  time Robert, when he lived here, was  unable to secure employment in a store  and he applied for and secured work as  a laborer in a smelter, and held the  place for several months. Now he is a  millionaire and can afford, if needs be,  to have a smelter of his own.���Kossland Miner.  A GOOD WORD FOR B- C  FOR  % BOUNDARY  VALLEY   LODGE  '-^jf?7^~ ��� No. 38.1.0. 0. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 iu tlie  I. ��. O. F. Hall.    A. cordial invi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning- brethern.  D. McGLA-HAN, S. E. BELT,  N. G. Rec.-Sec  Mr. Horne-Payne, chairman of the  British Columbia Electric Railway  company, at a recent meeting of the  shareholders of the company ,-in London, had the following, among other  good words, to say of British Columbia as a field for investment:  "We have introduced into this enterprise, not  ^70,000,"but approximately  one million   and   a  half pounds,   and  into other enterprises in   the  province  as much'again, and still  we have the  audacity  to look  ycu in  the face unabashed  and to   tell   you to put more  and still more money into the country.  In spite of the fact that British Columbia undoubtedly lies under  a cloud, in  the money   centers   of the world, or,  perhaps  I   should   say,   has  failed to  secure its fair proportion of the development   and   confidence  which   other  parts of Canada have been favored by  European capitalists, I have the same  unbounded confidence in its future that  I have always had, and the same complete faith that the province is destined  to support a   very large and thriving  population of happy  people  within its  beautiful territory.    How is it possible  that it can be otherwise with a country  which  possesses   such   vast coal  and  iron deposits, such   magnificent forest  and  unlimited  water  power to manufacture  all   that   man  requires,'even  gold and silver, and a market ou  both  sides for its produce to the east in  the  teeming   agricultural   regions of   the  Northwest provinces   and to the west  in China  and Japan.    The prosperity  of   British   Columbia    has    not   yet  started.    Its coal output bis reached in  the Crow's  Nest  dis. rict 3,000 tons  a  day, in the Coast district, 1,000 tons a  day, and the   people   are  proud of it;  but   who   can  doUDt, looking  ten   or  twenty years ahead, that the coal output   will   be   40,000   tons   a   day,   the  country wilH.e-"sending��� millions-and=  millions   of feet   of lumber   to   build  prairie homes, and the country will be  smelting its own iron, its own copper  and its own   lead   in' vast quantities,  and will be  supplying the prairie with  untold   quantities   of fUta,  vegetables  and fruit, and many other   things that  they cannot produce themselves.   The  prosperity   of   British   Columbia will  really commence to date from the time  when they commence to attract capital  from the Old World investing countries  in large sums."  j Chrysanthemums  I \  Chrysanthemums !���    J]'  We wish to announce to our patrons and customers  that we now have nearly 20,000 feet under glass  ... m ...  Chrysanthemums,   Carnations,    Pot Plants,  Lettuce, Etc  and are prepared co give you the best.    If you are  interested write for prices.    Mail orders promptly  attended to.  FRACHE BROS.  Grand Forks  Telephone B 20  Florists  . p. o.  Columbia,    B. C.  PLACE YOUR CHRISTMAS ORDER  NOW  ��� ���*��������*. i��fcii  ��������  i���i  Try This for Your Couch.  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 good  prescription druggist at small cost, is  all that will be required: Virgin Oil  of Pine (Pure), one-half ounce; Glycerine, two ounces; good Whisky, a hall  pint. Shake well and take in teaspoon  ful doses every four hours. Thedesiied  resuhs 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  vials, which druggists buy for dispensing. Each vial is securely sealed in  a round wooden casf which protects  the Oil Irom exposure to light. Around  the wooden case is an engraved wrapper with the name���"Virgin Oil of  Pine (Pure)"���plainly printed thereon.  There are many imitations and cheap  productions of Pine, but these only  create nausea, and never effect the  desired results, 11-24  I    Fok  Salu���Residence of   Mr.  j Flynn, situated on Church street,  near school house. Price, $300  cash. Apply Mrs.. H. Coutts,  th^ee doors south of Pioneer  hotel. Governments-.        15-16  LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN  Watson's unshrinkable Underwear that will not  shrink, and Underwear that will wear. We are absolutely complete in all prices and grades.  Ladies' knit to fit Combination Underwear, absolutely the best on the market.    We have them,  Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd.  "The Big Store"  .$ 4* 4* ir ty ir ir ir ir ir ir ir ir ip 4�� ip ip ty 4* 4* 4,4��4*4,4'*?  *-* Mll-illia    _*--__   -__���--__ _*_-__       __S_K_    -__r -*���__���_ ���_*  ty s $l   ^L_r___nL    >^3JHL_____/_____Vfl*'4..  *  ty  Nice convenient cottage in north end of town,  with large garden.  Seven-roomed house in south end of town.   Well  furnished and up-to-date.  Two-roomed house with 25xl00-foot lot.    Close  in, $500.   Houses, rooms, cabins and shacks in all parts of  the town to rent. '  Mines, Stocks, Real Estate and Insurance.  *  ty  I Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd, %  ty GEO. R. NADEN, Manager ���g.  ty P. 0. Box 126. BROKERS Greenwood, B. C- ty  ��g ty ty ty,ty ty tyty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tytyty tytyty tytytyH  FRESH OYSTERS,      HOT TAMALES  SPRING CHICKEN  In fact everything in season is served at v  THE   PACIFIC   CAFE  LUNCH COUNTER  Open at all Hours. Prompt Service.  1  _b_b  mqore & mcejlroy,  Proprietors  'J:  *_  FALL SUITS  U-  y  $  y  :_  t  It is time you were placing your order for Your  FALL, and WINTER SUIT.  We have them in the best patterns and weights  ever brought iuto this district.  OUR   PRICES   ARE   SURE   TO    PLEASE,  W. ELSON.  Copper  Street.  The Tailor.  ���:">.***<-:*x��:^>>**->*''>*-0--^^  tfAffAA  ~l~y.tt^^,~W$*fy*yty^  imm  i  V ���".       ;  " m  !!'*{  i  Solid Oak  Dressers  :> ,.-  4J  Por beauty, style, dura-  bilitv and usefulness  combined with moderate price our  Dressers, Stanas, Sideboards, Dining  Room Tables and Chairs  have no superior.  I  y  I  y  I  %  I  A V  X   We are leaders in Furniture. X  !      T. M. GULLEY & CO. I  X y  ��.       Furniture Dealers and Undertakers.   Greenwood and Midwaay. %  ''ftfr-Mr-fT*-* . _' T1 *\**,~'-*^'^AAAAAAAAAAAie>*AA&Cr^^

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