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 BffTF-irir^^3.uwt&*^wa��^aj^ri^  pl'fififrlSMrt&^p-sv!'*^  $$$m��7i0��^m  VOL. 12  GREENWOOD, B. C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER   13,  190  ���"-=-.*  <KKK>0<-*Ob<><H><KK><>-<KK><>00  &.  | $8����j>8����9-__t:#ft��ft �����������#**����  | B ' a  |*    Town Topics   |  B a  Coroner's  Jury  Find  Death  From  Suicide by Hanging  ���Funeral Today  An inquest was called on Wednesday night at 8 o'clock to enquire into the circumstances attendant upon the death of Un  Wa_i, the Chinaman who came  to his death by hanging1 in the  C. P. R. yards on  November  30.   _esday night.     The   show  In everv  Stvleand  Finish.  .rf.rJiNWin-MLr.ili-i-*iliTI  in    Tasty    Colors  and   Designs.  New and Up-to-date,  Framed and  Un framed.  We  Frame  Pictures   to   order, and   carry a   line  stock of New   Mouldings  to select from.  A dandy Christinas present to  your friends iii the east is a  year's subscription to the Boundary Creek Times. It beats a  weekly letter.    | ",  Several cabbage leaf peddlers  or rather   cigar   drummers, were  giving the  hotel men  the   glad  hand this week..'  "At Cripple Creek" surprised  the poor audience that was sprinkled about the Auditorium on Wed-  No. 14  and Stewart Lake country has  lots of land that will be Al for  agricultural  purposes.  The  HOUSE FURNISHERS  Phone 27  Greenwood,  B.C.  <K>0-0<>0<X>0<)0<>0<><>00-0<>CKH>CK>00   CH>tMXK>0OO0O0<K)OOOO0O00O0OO  'iFlillPfB  Here are a few suggestions   which  are .wel -  lnC3  worhty of mention.  TH*     ^oi for the cold weather suggest com-  " tli O fort and warmth.   Our stock comprises all the latest varieties,  /"* 1 /^.��*Ti^(r_�� are always in line and  make  VjFl'U V Cw*        a serviceable present  Pretty Collars,  Our de-  signs  and patterns are new and made  specially   for  Xmas trade. ���'��� 7 ..' ."  Remember.  ���Only'nine shopping days  until Xmas ,  Dry Goods.  Millinery  tQP  Have repairs to your Watches  Clocks, Jewelery, etc.    :    :    : ���  Attended to at Once  As the holiday season will  soon be here and we will then  be unable to give your repairs  such prompt attention   :    :    :  J\b   __��_�����*  WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS  Copper Street Greenwood  A GOOD ASSET.  In Calgary (population 16,000)  there were 251 convictions in the  police court during the month of  November. Calgary, according  to   its   newspapers,   is  a  city of  churches and good living people  but to people at a distance, it  looks as if that village badly  needed fixing*. Evidently the  police court is the largest industry  Calgary owns and it's declaring  big dividends.  W. A. Macdonald of Nelson appeared for the friends of-the  deceased, who suspected foul  play.  The jury summoned by Coroner  Black was composed as  follows:  W. H. Craig (foreman), Wm.  Dunstan, Robert Halcrow, James  H.' Dimmick, Neil R. Robinson,  and George Vaughan:  The decision of the jury was  that deceased came to his death  by suicide by hanging.  Joseph Pemberton, foreman of  the gang ia which Jim, as tbey  called him, had cooked since last  September, said that the man had  acted peculiarly when gr-ivinR* him  his order for the month. He re-  marked it and asked if he had been  playing black-jack the night _e-  fore.    The Chinaman said "No "  Mrs. Katherine Johnson, wife  of the section foreman, said that  he had smiled throuerhhis window  at, her . arid had seemed'. qui,te  nanny.    That was at  10:3,0 a'.tn.  Dr:; J. E. Spankie, who-was  called tc-examine.tbe^man, .aaid'  that,death seemed,, to,,have- -fVI-<  .Inwedstrangulation bv hanging.  There were no signs of death bv  poisoning nor anv other mark of  violence except the furrel from  rope around his neck.  Suh Jim of Midway had tried  to sell him some vegetables, but  had had no further conversation  with bim. He did not sav anything about not being well.  Ug See Soon, cousin of Un  Wah. from Nelson, identified Un  Wah said that he wa3 a member  of the* same society as the deceased, but this was a different  society from the Greenwood  one.  The evidence of chief Dodd  completed the inquest.  The remains of the deceased  were removed at 1:30 this afternoon from Gulley's undertaking  parlors to the cemetery.  Over the Line  From Phoenix  was  good iiud the acting much above  the average.  Show us a place ou this or any  other earth where the inhabitants  are. enjoying finer weather or  more excellent health than the  good people of ^Greenwood are !  "Can't be did.",';  "   ��� ��� .!.r  Notices are being sent out for  a special meeting of the Curling  Club to be held ih the Court House  on Monday evening next at S  o'clock. Business: Election of  skips and choosing rinks.  A new stock of Apples and  Pears at the* Russell-Law-Caulfield Co. Store. ���  Picking up a daily paper these  davs, one hardly ever fails to see  a railway smash-up���derailment  or collision. Just to even things  up, the train from Nelson yesterday ran into the Greenwood yards  "Swear-off" (January 1st), is  rapidlv approaching;'-What's the  matter in practising a little now.  by'backing' all "brands' of: boo2e  over the dump^-so-as-tobe. ableT'to  face the new year, with a clear  "upper level."  When iu need of Something  special in the Apple line, call up  phone 25��� The Russell ,- Law-  Caulfield Co.  The marriage License Office  is still doing an excellent business. On Wednesday Will Jess  Vradenburg and Mrs. Barbara  Kate Monsey, both of Phoenix  were allowed by the law to joins  hands and lives. On the 12th,  yesterday, a license was issued to  Edward Marshall, of., Eholt and  Addie Oliver; ot Phoenix. The  book is" full.  Remep-ber the Christmas Tree  eutertainmen. to be given in the  Presbyterian . church, Friday  eTvenin^r^Dec^miTer :20-l_7~Au  excellent program is being* provided, consisting of club swing-  ing7by the boys, drills by the  girls, songs, recitations aud  choruses by the children. Parents  auc others who wish to put  presents on the tree may do so.  Admission, 7 adults, 25 cents;  children, lo cents.  party built their hatchery on the  most northerly point of Stewart  Lake, on a creek. Beside the  hatchery proper, which was described in last week's issue, two  other buildings were completed,  one a residence for the superintendent and one a storehouse.  The party left Stewart Lake da  October 26th and arrived in Vancouver on November 27th. Angus  Nicholson is still at Vancouver,  but may be back in Greenwood  for Christmas. Most of the party  spent a few days in Vancouver,  before starting for home. Mr.  Gulley also visited his brother in  Victoria. The other men, Frank  Mosher and Thomas Hemmerle  came in by C.P.R on Thursday.  H. V. Fuller came in from  Winnipeg yesterday.  Michael Kane, the last member  of the McDonald party to arrive  home, reached Greenwood today.  A special train which reached  the Great Northern Station on  Wednesday night created quite a  sensation. But it contained only  General Manager J. M. Gruber,  of the Great Norhtern and a staff  of assistants who had been over  the road as far as Keremeos.  They pulled out at daylight next  morning.  Editor Willcox has come down  off Gospel Hill and is now snugly  enconsced in the apartments he  has fitted up for himself ia the  Pioneer building.  Six Phoenix men���Alex Munro,  Silas;   Smith,    Ed.     Matthews,  James   Morgan,    W.   A.   Murray  and Stuart Hudson���returned on  Monday from the wilds, seventeen  miles beyond  Westbridge.   They  brought with them  so many deer  that some of  them  had  to walk  up the hill.    Hudson is a printer,  you   see,    and   worked  until re-c  cently in the Pioneer ofiice.    Tho  boys claim they have   five  mule-  tai-gd deer; but the editor of this  paper is wise now.    If   they  like  he   will   introduce     them   to   a  gentleman   who   was   as sure of  this   as   they  are  and lost some  cigars over it.    The  authorities  tell us that though the mule deer  has   a   tail   like a mule it is be-  | cause of its ears  it  is  so  named  and it is called simply, mule deer.    There is nolvariety known as the  m,     ,-. ���    1    o ��� 1      1-        v.   i i mule-tailed deer.  The Cripple Creek   show hadj  such a bumper house at Phoenix j Charles Tye arrived from Van-  on Thursday night that they de- j couver on Monday. T. M. Gulley  cided to double up  aad  hold  the j came in on Tuesday  via C. P. R.  Ottawa Notes.  Situation in Hands of Miners'  Union  There ���  No News  IS  >Ii  Most of the executive business  of the House of Commons is really  done iu the Select Standing Committee appointed at' one of the  earliest sessions of the House.  Duncan Ross, M.P., for Yale-  Cariboo, appears as a member of  the Committees on Railways, Can*,  als and Telegraph Lines, on Miscellaneous Private Bills, on Joint  Committee, on Printing and on  Agricultural,and Colonization.  The first division of tbe House  for the session came on an amendment proposed to the pons assin-  orium motion of an address  in reply to the speech 7 from  the Throne���the hardest motion in the world for a new  member to make aad not get mixed up on. The divisien gave the  Government a majority of 39.  151 members were on the roll.  THE CITY'S BUSINESS.  The city's business was looked  after oa Monday night by Mayor  Bunting,' Aldermen Desrosiers.  Nelson and Sullivan.  The climax of the Bouudary  mining si'untion has held off longer than whs expected and the  events of this week would seeai  to indicate tliat there is a real desire on tbe part, both of the operators and the miners to come  to some agreement now. It seems  to be generally held that it will  be an unfortunate thing for the  meu as well as for the- country,  if the opportunity of having the  mines reopened now is not cri\ren  fair and free discussion. Considered locally the situation seems  to be in the hands of the Phoenix  Mineis' Uiion who, nevertheless,  stated today that no action would  be taken and that they had  nothing fur publication. Secretary Benninger of Grand Forks  Union is, however, reported to  have stated that definite action  would be taken ,by the union at  Phoenix on Saturday night.  The Phoenix Board of Trade  on Wednesday appointed a committee, beaded by Mayor Mathison, to interview both the management of the Granby Company  and of the Miners' Union to see  if the two could not he brought  together. The committee interviewed A. B. W. Hodges at Grand  Forks and Mr. Hodges expressed  his willingness . to' .njee.t .the.  Miners' Union committee.  Mayor Mathison, when asked  by the Times this afternoon, said  the'eommittee had an appointment -with the executive of the  union for 3 o'clock. They would  present to them Mr.. Hodges'  statement. Mr. Hodges had already written tbe union.       ���  At the mines at Phoenix only  a few men are working.  At the smelter at Grand Forks  today, the whistle is still blowing  regularly and about 15 men are  at work unloading some of tlie  350 cars of coke.-piled up there.  The attitude of the Executive  of the W.P.M. is firm. It is stated that thev have instructed    the  Wire us for Quotations  Our facilities for buying  Dominion, B.C., or  Granby  Stocks  oil the curb in New York  or Boston are unequalled  Even our competitors  acknowledge that wc  can buy these stocks  cheaper than they.  Why ? Because our  } Eastern connections are  of the very best.  The stock business is  a sideline with us consequently we can afford  to handle vour business  on a very small margin.  Give us your limit and  we will fill your order at  a lower figure if possible  We will wire you the  New York opening quotations daily, if desired.  . McDERMID &  McHARDY,  NELSON,       v        B.C.  butioii   of  the   forces.    Goldfield  is the centre of the battle now.  Fernie is already congratulating itself over an unusually- large  payroll promised for December  2lst. But the men who left the  Boundary to go there when the  mines here closed are returning  in hopes of an amicable settlement. The Boundary is the be-*t  yet in British Columbia', mining  industry.  A letter from Sister Aloysius  asked for further consideration of  the . water rate for the Sister's  Hospital in view of the fact that  the city patieats were cared for  at the rate of $1.50 a day instead  of $2.15. Tbe hospital had al_o  paid for the extension of the  water mains and bad allowed  more tappings on their main than  they had agreed. The council  could not grant the request.  The following accounts were  ordered paid:  Dominion Copper Co $325 00  H. W. Moore      4 20  E. Hallett ���.      3 r.O  Canadian Electric Co     50 00  G. II. Cropley      27 50  Hunter-Kendrick Co       8 6')  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.      140  White  Bros       4 75  George Evans     25 00  Cameron & McDonald       7 80 j  A. S. Black       5 00 !  me^t6"~st��ndl>af7'' Tti.~Gr7aird  Forks Union is said to, havt* received notice that the Ijoumlarv  Unions would be supported by  the executive in their tight to  maintain wages here.  At the present time it looks as  if the Saturday night meeting is  the critical time and it is confidently expected that the men  whose own interests, are so' seriously involved will at least take  a position that will show that  they are willing to treat with  the companies on a reasonable  basis.  Mining Notes  M^'h  W!!/iir77~ES>7}  '���������:-'lit-}'P---Y^f.'-  ���t  l   ..���������1-*^".-s&a��-ssr"__,.>:,> ;-. ;'.;���>  % * _/.777'\ 177.7.V  tf/.l->il<'/.'/M\ VK-/7V  '7-7.7/  7>'7"7_7S7'\  v;< -...ixi ���7/fp.^'77'.;;\.  WWr  W  774  SSKMBI.KI)     ���������!.!'���    >������;������    --. ������!  viC Sth. wiir'nl'.s .���itu'i*. -������. j.n..ii!!c:i ���-.>  i" Fancy Goods, Tois. Gam.-^.  Dolls. Sleighs. Ko-i.!:-, V-'.S' ncJs.  Chinaware. i.ook-*. nev* ,. ..ivri-'h-.s  pocts ani L-oo-s for i;o_s a;:_  (���.irlsai'd-iui-icii.  \Zn^2T^7^SS3SZf^S^.Z2i^��SSSi2  McRae Bros     17 00  H. McKee      37 00 j S"sve the ^mhers  "f  A. D.  Hallett   The famous Cripple Creek light  is over.    The   executive   of   the !{���.���.*���>_.in =���  Western Federation of   Minors at  its meeting in Denver this week.  the  ur-ii.':i  ry'.iiin^   iu   X*���*-.-,   (iii t>  tin* ���.��� vi-,  tit I lie ;'���-!-..- .::i:'.  ol   Ilu*  (I'.n-'i'.  k;w-    the    1-i.M-,'.  ti .'74ilV _o:iii*i<7-r  y 45 j permission   to  go to work th ere. ij  town for another. ' There's a good  show in Phoenix tonight.  Mr. Gulley reports a fiae summer  ���probably less rain than Gr.en-  wood usually has.    The  Babine  The fire  and  light  committee i The   reason   given   is   that   iheli  reported    having    purchased    ajcamp  is  in   need of skilled mine  horse from the   Dominion Copper i workers, and also that by calling  (7 ,,,..  tn..!  in.  Co. for $325.  !off the strike now manv men _ni-  ! {   pur.v.'   I:  ] I  nnmiiv.r of   Xn'iT'  ' {  .ii i.-ct!  at  The water  com__.it.ee  reported i ploved   in   less favorable  place;-j  one hydrant h_.�� beea moved from ; can go to Cripple Creek   an  Louise   ttreet   to Wood, street in'cept work without violating  '-��� i  order to   improve   the   fire  pro-' union pledges.  tection for the city.  MAE BROS.. LT.).  :_i-ir ; i  Greenwood and Phoenix.  The move is simply a  redislri-! "  a E_  IK   TIMES.  ���_>yn*��l  �� _���  *_.-<  Cr**-*  '������'--*';  t��s=5  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000. Rest $11,000,000.  UNDlVlDfc^   PROFITS   S422.689.98  U.iii. VreM-eiii. :    Lokii S-fiia'i iiCONA ,\mi  Mount Rovai.. G. C. M. C.  1-re-iiiletii :    Sik U-0-_- A. Ohommosd, K.C. M. G.  Vic*-l'res'-*>iH an-General Mauag-er :    E. S. Clous-ton,  B.ant-e. in London, En., I^I^SU Nw York, Chicago. B  *��=_J  !��_>  >=_5  =_>  ..-.=_-  >=_3  C��  ��� <���*_  Provincial items  According to recent official returns there were 2,470 births in  B.C. and 1,4S7 marriages in 1900.  It's now up to the coast papers j  to gently remark "Just watch  B.C. arrow !"  same administration take credit  for the shutting down of logging  camps, saw and shingle mills oa  the coast and East Kootenay, and  the closing down of the mines  j and smelters of the Boundary ?  A B10DERN CITY.  ~M ii. >���  .si'.- *n*U Sterliuj; !_--i_:i.-{,'_ :uul Cable Transiurs ; Gram (.uiunmrcial an  '"7. Travellers' Creilita, available in any parCof tUe uurM.  ���5 SAVINGS BAWK DEPARTMENT  ' Jj Interest allowed at current rates  -j Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  mmsmmmmmmM  ,ii-Lf  f* A  ' A -�����__. ^ ��*  -�� **���������* -������*-*��� ��������-���*���    ���     ���-"���--*' - - �������� ���   -��� ���**��� '**"  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$10,000.000. Reserve Fund.$5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.  B. E. WALKER, President. AT7EX. LAIRD, General Manager.  BRANCHES  THROUGHOUT    CANADA  AND   IN  THE  UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  BANKING BY MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of  the Bank. Accounts may be opened, and deposits made  or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid to  out-of-town accounts.  "In God we trust" has been  dropped from the gold coins of  the United States. Does this  signify tlrat Uncle Samuel doesn't  trust anyone now ?  At the grading camps of Welch  & Stewart, near Keremeos, the  wages of the men have been cut  from $2 50 per day to $2.  Vancouver- is having its own  troubles, it seems. Its one greut  trouble is thnt its people are all  at sea as tc which way to pa.s  each other on the streets. Those  that were born in Canada and the  States turn to the right; those  that wese born in the Old Country turn to the left. This not  ottly   creates   confusion,   but   it  S"^'  *& Colds  The custom of raising the  national flag at the time school  is opened for the day, and lowering it when the session is ended,  will be in vogue at the Vancouver  schools hereafter, according to an  order of the school board, which  was issued at a meeting held last  week.���Revelstoke Mail Herald.  This custom should be adopted  by the Greenwood school  board.  A bylaw to raise $4,000 by debentures to build a city jail is to  be put before the Revelstoke  people for endorsement. Revelstoke must be a wicked city when  it requires a ��4,000 jail.  j. T. BEATTIE, Manager  Greenwood  The provincial legislature will  meet on Thursday, January 16.  Fellow pilgrims, let us pray that  some good legislation will be  handed down at this session.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H.  HALLETT  Barrister, Solicitor.,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:       ���' IIai.lett."  ( Badf-rd M'_.eill .  Coi'KS < Sloreiiiif _; Meal's-  I Leiber's  Greenwood, B. O"  7_f^|p$t-   BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  ~~*H��u&t~ No. 3 8, 1. O. 0. F.  M..T.B  every   Tuesday   E-ver.inj.* at . OW  in  the  I. (v. O. F. Hall.     A" conliid  lavi t>ui-ti i- ex  temletl lo all ko inn mint.' bretbecn.  A. li. URAITUWAITE, P." SPEARING,  N. G V. G.  J. SANDERS. Kt-c. Sec.  Cfte  Boundary Creek Times  .ssu'fcs- Svcrv fridav  BY  TU-  BouMai} Creek Printing and Publishing  CO., LIMITED, o  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  .Pr*. Yb**      2'��  Six Months ;       ... 1 2��  To   I'OKKIOK   COONTKIES-   2 SO  Editok  A. I). Macfaklaxk  . ��� I! 11> A V ,   DEC E M W K R  13. 1'.'07  =^mo_i___niE__p.o_cT_o_Bi.  WHO'LL PAY   THE   BILLS ?  Now we have a solution of the  problem of how to rid the world  of the incubus of capital. Upton  Sinclair, of Jungle Book fame,  has evolved a _cheme to eliminate  private property by means of a  family- wagon or caravan on  wheels, in which he will perambulate the country0a. his own  sweet will. His days will be  spent upon the public highways  aud his restful nights on the  public land. He will be-the slaye  of no man. No creature of human birth shall be his king and  commander. No tyrant gave  his life ; none shall take it away.  The scheme has many fortunate advantages. Of these the  New York Post says: 'Mr.  Upton Sinclair's latest venture, a co-operative colony that  shall be peripatetic, existing in  tents and wagons, has certain  manifest advantages over all  previous projects. The list of  evils which it escapes, compiled  from official sources, includes  plumbers, carpenters, rent, steam  heat, taxes, starched collars, land-  -__ord._���,___3^d--".fires. .With   these  The sensational clim-x to the  iuves.igaiif-ri.- of Mr. Mackenzie  King uli V:u'.c>uver lias reopened  the question of the responsibility  for the disallowance of the Natal  Act. It is explicitly denied that  Mr. Dunsmuir   received   anv   in-  eliminated, the remaining vexations and restrictions of civilized  life must, of course, be infinite-  simally small. The colony will  be organized at Battle Creek,  begin its progress in southern  California, cross the ocean about  its   second   year,   going,  Butter   assays  $2   a pound at  Hazelton, B.C.  The Associated Boardsof Trade  of South Eastern British Columbia vvill meet at Moyie on January  20th. - ���  The Protestaut and Catholic  churches * of Moyie, B. C, have  joined to arrange a Christmas  Tree program for this year. All  the churches of Greenwood should  unite and have one big tree with  a splendid programme this  Christmas.  The convention of British Columbia postmasters, as mentioned  in The Times :last week, took  place on Wednesday, and the following, officers were elected:  President, W. T. Slavin, Kamloops; vice-president, George  Kennedy, New Westminster; secretary, Chris. B. Lefroy, Vernon;  executive, * G. H. Hall, Grand  Forks: A. McRae Revelstoke.  _____3^_s_s__.?ssra-  ij M $-$  the kitchen  e-coi-O-Bist  makes otherwise good people use  words that are  not   often used in  the home circle.    All this trouble  is brought about by  people  who  when in Rome do not  want to do  as  the  Romans   do.    Vancouver  wiil  have  less  trouble  within a  year,   for   the   people who  now  crowd her streets will be crowding  the   streets   of    Prince   Rupert,  where the rule of the road, "turn  to the right," is observed by even      Ladies' Calling Cards, Holland  the Japanese in the employ of the i Linen,   neatly    printed,   Times'  G.'T. P.���Empire. Office, $1.50 per box  *j*:ftI-&j_UOJ  'JukU i.'.tso lor th. \yorst coiiLr;li���-ijuick  ruin*,   tu iii.  heaviest    cold���and   SAl'lC  to lake, ev.n lor ;i child.      .���i  l'lifit    is     Shilolfs    Cur..     (L_--F��S.  Sold   iii*.(!ei-   :.   yuainnt..;    ^lf  lo -lire cold*, and ciuivjlis  '.|i:i(.'kt'i-   limn   any   oiIht  iii_du'iii_���or your iv-uey buck,     o-lycar.s  of mii-i-os*. cciiini-iiil .Sliiloti's Cure.    *_5c,  00c, Si.  OUICKL  316  ^...77 77...^-;  to->:-'-  l_____^=_:^. j. i ^���'A-.y k/jh'W  "'"      /-H  /���M 1/  ia art__t_:.-.i.i_i��!�� uas-i urn.:  An eastern paper remarks,  "Woodman, spare that tree."  Wonder if the editor means the  Christmas Tree ?  British Columbia fruit beats'  the world. At the Agricultural  Society's Exhibition at -Edinburgh, Sheffield and Tuubridge,  the fruit was awarded a gold medal; the highest award at the  Herford exhibition and the silver  medal at the Crystal Palace exhibition. Can any other province  or State in the Union beat this  remarkable record ?  This is the season of the year  that the purse proud ought to  bear in mind that they began  life barefooted, and that the reverses of fortune might leave  them without clothes to their  back, or a bite to eat. The poor  and needy should be remembered  at Christmas^  AS ITHERS SEE US.  Canada is doing pretty well,  thank you. At the International  Life Stock Exposition held at  ��____&Qi_____^4J_jy^ breeders cap-  The tone of.the.newspapers of  the Boundary is optimistic.  Their attitude on the present difficulty is doing much   to   restore  confidence   in   the   mining   and  f-f- .  smelting centres  of  British Col-  UH-bia's great copper belt.-It is  to be hoped that the businessmen  and others interested will recognize the service of their local papers in this regard and do all in  their power to maintain the confident temper of their most loyal  friends, the press. Too often, in  times of depression the local  newspaper, which is the only effective influence that is working  for better conditions, is left to  wage a trying campaign with  the supply department so busily  eugaged in serving out ammunition that it forgets the commissariat entirely. There is no index  of good times more readily accepted than vigorous advertising.  -Fernie Free Press.  Much of the loft-over food you now  throw out can be turned into delicious dishes by the addition ot'.n.  little Bovril.  It gives warmed-over moat:' tha  juiciness of the oiig-inal cookini;.  It gives body and strcnglh to soups  and gravies.  It gives a delicious, piquant flavor  to cold meats and hashes.  Every day you will find Bovril a help  and an  economy   in   your kitchen.  Bovril contains the essence, flavor  and nutrient", substance of the very  best beef. It gives strength and  nourishment to the invalid, and helpfulness and economy to the cool;.  All good grocers sell BOVRIL  ^mMm&mi!m^��&��i��77u  Electric   current   supplied   for  It  tured the crowidg honors, defeating their United States brethren  on their own ground.  s.ructions from Ottawa concern-1 founder explains, 'anywhere and  ing this bill. It is also asserted'everywhere as our fancies dic-  tbat several cl-iys before the passing of Uie bili I'remier McBride  told one of the federal ministers  that it would iK*v.r be permitted  to Lc-cme law. The: question is  between the Lieu'en-int-Governor  and l'r.niicr Mci'ride -xwl while  the di-graceful -private acts of  Mr. Dunsmuir throw him in the  white ligiii. Premier McBride has  ; s vet done nothing mo e to clear  himself and to make good his  position on the Oriental question  than to make the convenient  statement that he did not advise  the disallowance of the bill.  By his own action as president  of the' Wellington Colliery Co.  the Lieutenant-Governor has  placed hims'-lf in an impossible  p .'-���-; t ion  pr_.vinc_.  in:/- on th  wilh    tlie people of the  But when -.ve are turu-  * light le. us ge._ all the  tate.'    It   is,  as  he   truly   says,  '���Utopia on a trek ' "  It has, however, one disadvantage. Reduce human wants to  the lowest terms and they still  cost something to satisfy. The  Post says that on an extremely low  estimate there are forty millic n  people in the United States who  would like nothing better than to  spend their days skylarking about  the face of this planet���if they  could'Wly pay the. bills.  It is useless to tell our Socialist  friends that it  is  impracticable, i  But supposing we all did ft, who j  would keep up the highways and j  in what condition would this fair I  land     find      itself  in   a   trice?;  It's all right for   a   bloated capi- |  talist like our friend Sinclair, but;  poor   printers   will have  to get;  hold   of   something   a  little bit  truth and Hud out   who   was   re-1 easier  than this  if   they   are to  sponsible   i'.r   turning  down the i change this   "sorry   scheme   of  Natal Act. things entire." j  Sir James Hector died at Wellington, Nev/ Zealand, last week.  Many years ago Sir Jam.s, was  as its the geologist of the Palliser expedition in northeastern British  Columbia. Just east of Golden  he was kicked in the chest by a  horse and knocked senseless.  When became  to he named  the  land and river "The Kicking  H.ir_e canyon and ii er"���the  most picturesque sceuery ou the  Canadian Pacific Railway.  Duriug the lust provincial campaign the McBride administration  claimed credit for the good times  and the universal prosperity of  of   British   Columbia.    Will the  -i*-. -���*?*���*"���! '��_��� -��� '���'*f[1**-fTJ��-* **M  \x8<M   W\ *   6a        H  im��^S*jJ       itf-r.U_i If}  ^SJ^\ You may be able to  Vt^   \Qe^ eibng v/iiheu. a  WERPROQF SUIT  OR SLICKER  But can you afford to?  TH.5E GARMENTS ARE  GUARANTEED WATERPROOF  LIGHT - COMrORTAB-E-DUR ABLE  LOW   IN   PRICE  SOLD BY ALL RELIABLE DEALERS  iSsii. V'7':'^i  ''A  56. JP ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tyfctyty ty ty ty tytytytytytytyH  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  tyty  ty  tyty  ty  ty  ty  ty  *���  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  &  ty  ty  ty  ty  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with, an absolute  guarantee of continueu? -rower  servict for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money.  %ty ty ty tytytytytytytytyWW^^ty.tytytytytytytyty^  ��mMMI��W���nMWBUI���.  Bi---B3___-_z-. CB_a_a__��-_-_ &esi5tiffi&m^&aa&m!m&!a5mGamyj&KB&WMii!wst��BB  lea  rnwm -Dwwim-MO����_tr������r: ivr��rw  iwaer h..��3- Jfwiunt^n*w��_**y.��  :ee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  ition  ��___a ___^iw.^gr_i_33sgft _t__aaa^i^��MBfa fltwnypi-_y_5_g__y-p ___3_yMB-*_ -j  I t___E_9  PLAIN TALK FROM THE DOCTOR  .  A prominent physician, famous for  his success in the treatment of kid-    t  ney and bladder troubles, stated that    |  to, the following prescription is due a  great deal of his success:  Ono ounce fluid extract dandelion ;  One ounce compound ealatoae ;  Four   ounces   compound, syrup  Baraaparilla. I '���  BSj   SS .-Sf."*. .*. If&tfr _Sf"  Mix and take a teaspoonful after    1 ,   Wr��jr m*m W |f M M  meals   and   at   bedtime,   crinking    ���    K|       P-g*! sS fh _a 6a.  plenty of water. *    M       ^^ �� ��� H ^  This mixture will, he says, posi-  ;T    tively cure any diseases an_ing from    ���  weak, clogged or inactive kidneys,    t  I*kv. ���',;w-.---,'ii*v  ���fe'^7,7iS?3  Is  unexcelled, as  is  evidenced by  it-  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Eitlier Draught or Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having  'EttHOH^BOIILED-BEER  t    and   will    assist   these   organs   to  |    cleanse tho blood  of the poisonous  *    waste matter and   acids,  which   if t  ;t    allowed to remain, cause lumbago, J  kme back, rheumatism and sciatica, ���  t    and at tho same time will rest jrc th, 4  i    kidneys to healthy  normal  action. J  I   The ingredients, which are   purely 4  vegetable and entirely harmless, can *J*  bo procured from any good druggist i  and mixed at homo at very littlo lost. J  This advice will  undoubtedly be t  much appreciated by many readers. T  .���MUtiMMtmuttmiMi  House, sign and ull exterior and  arid interior x>ainting and decor  ating-promptly done,  _��  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in tlie Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with electric lights.  First-class Bar.    Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Wim  ���U$��&(  u  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCWOOO  fil.  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in    Sash,   Doors,  I Turned Work  and  !$ Inside Finish, %  % Etc. %  \ ESTIMATES FURNISHED* |  \ GREENWOOD,   :   B. C. |  6 - 0  0 PHOrlE 65. g  JItia Kaisomintng  Send in your spring orders.  ieo*f ^  Box 255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  MUSICAL.  MRS. MURRAY, Graduate in Vocal  and Instrumental Music is prepared  to receive pupils in Piano and Voice.  I_atesl Conservatory Methods  Taught. Further particulars and  terms will be given on application  to Mrs. Murray at the Pacific Hotel,  ou Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays of each week.  DRAYING ,- We Can Move Anything  F. C.  e  PRO.i-ETOK^  <>0-(>0<>0<>00<><xk>000<KKH>0-C><>0<>0 0-00<>0-0<><K>0-Op-CX>00<><X>0000000  I* ' t>  / / s  Ladies'Calling Cards,Hol-  laiid Linen, can be had at  The Times Office, 50c a box.  Is under the management of Greig and  Morrison. The rooms are comfortably  furnished, and the bar contains the best  brands of .wines, liquors and cigars in  the city.  Copper St.  Greenwood  00000<KKK)0<)00<K)<>OCOOO<>0<>000<>00<)<>0^  iMmtgym THE   B0.UNBARY   CREEI  Things Both  ���. -'"\  MINING   AND   I.NANCIAT.,  damp.    About 400 men went into ests of the Mining  Reporter aud  The price of lead in the London  market has dropped below the  bounty, poiut, and the Dominion  Government bonus is again in  effect.  The most appalling disaster in  the history of soft coal mining  in America occurred last Friday  at Monong-h, West Virginia, the  result ot an   explosion  of  black  the two miues, No. 6 and 8, of  the Fairmont Coal Company, and  it is thought that none of these  have been able to escape the explosion and the poisonous gas  which filled the mines immediately after.  Ores aud Metals. The new magazine will have greater strength,  a wider  clientele   and   in   even-  over last year   is S293.519.    This  is going some in timber revenue.  Confidence   in    B.   C.   Copper  ��|  doesn't seem to have dropped.    It  way ought to be more useful than | has  ^   altoffether  impossib,e  the two former ones, j tQ gefc any shareg of thjs gtock ^  During  last  month  the  local  Moyie may be only a one" mine government    received     6157,554  from     timber      licences;     1,332  licences   were   issued.    The   re-  town, but that mine  is  running  ���Moyie Leader.  ceipts are .about $14,000 more  Mining Science is the compre- than were collected during the  hensive title of the journal pub- corresponding month last year,  lished at Denver, aud represent-' For tho first five months of the  ins a'consolidation of  the  inter , present  fiscal  year  the  increase  the market this last week.  Boundary    people    know  they're   getting when   they  B. C. Copper.  TORTURED DAY & NIGHT  **WM^��w-\-*^,Aw��'.i.v..-��%x*.>>  ���..���X��:**.K��:***>**.��>W  '/y  a  &A  _*���:���  '���*":*  .:..j*  Zam-Buk Cures Piles.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  MINE  Granby Mines.  Snowshoe   Mother   Lode  Brooklyn-Stem winder  camp  ....Phoenix  ....Phoenix  Deadwood  ,,. Phoenix.  1900        1901        1902       1903        1904  64,553   231,762 309,858 393,718 548.703  297  5,340  1,731     20,800    71,212  99,034  141,326  138,079  Rawhide   Phoenix  Idaho, Phoenix   ....  Sunset,       Mountain Rose   Athelstin-Jackppt  Morrison.T   B. C. Mine   R. Pell........   Emma    Oro Denoro   Senator   Sulphur King-   Brey Fogle   No. 37 ...  Reliance   ���Winnipeg .'....  Golden Crown      King   Solomon.....  Big-Copper   No. 7 Mine ...........  City of Paris   Jewel...........   Carmi   Sally   ..................  Riverside   Providence .......   Elkhorn ..............  Skylark   Helen...... ........  ^Bonnie Bell ........  ���Crescent   Don Pedro..   Mavis...................  Strathmore   Rambler.......   Preston ..   Prince Henry.......  Last Chance........  E P U. Mine........  BaY....................  Ruby...................  Republic..............  Miscellaneous    ...  ....... Phoenix  .... Deadwood   Summit  .. Wellington   Deadwood   Summit   -.Summit      Summit    Summit   Summit   Summit   Summit  ,  Summit  ........ Summit  ....Wellington  ... Wellington  ....W.   Copper   W. Copper   Central   White's  ....Ivong Lake   West Fork  ... West Fork  .....V/esl Fork  .....Providenec  .....Providence   Skylark  .-. Skylark  1,200  19,494  802  550  47,405  650  7.455 15,731  150  14,811  560  8.530  5.646  3.339  19.365  22.937  15,537  363  174,2*18  25,950  3,070  3.250  1.759  4,586  37,960  16,400  3,450  222  364  33  1905  653,889  174,567  55,731  25,108  3.056  4,747  9,485  3.007  .1,833  33  1906  801,404  8,426  104,120  140,685  26.032  2.960  48,390  4,555  1,345  12,881  6,404  1907  629.3S1  136,139  210,175  44.004  63.219  15,092  29.949  4.192  649  1,370  11,287  11,997  WE UK  1076  2.250  160  1,040  875'  665  2,000  350  -890  785  625  482  2,435  150  586  -19  993  400  79  726  325  .52   .....Skylark   ....Skylark   ...Skylark   .........Skylark  ....Boundary Falls  ...Boundary Falls  150'  80  3.230  3,456  325  167  500  50  300  60  750  30  .30  145  86  770  1,140  ISO  150  535  589  80  ...  20  90  ...  40  45  20 '  ... 7  20  140  ,  76  20  .  15  689  ,.,  255 '"  ...  .73  7... .:'.  . 20  ....    7  500  171  55  60  700  20  212  20  30  20  Total tons  97,600 390,500 5C6,S16 690,422 829,708    934,7081,164,034 1,158,561  Smelter Treatment  Granby Co.   B.C. Copper Co.......  Dom. Copper Co. ....  Total tons reduced..   Grand Forks -62.387.   Greenwood      ...  .Boundary Falls      ...  230,828   312,340  401,921 596,252  "117,611 ' 148,600. 162,913 210,484  132,570    30,930  687,988  210,830  84,059  S38.847  121,031  218,811  622,013  344,749  156,900  62,387   348,439   460,940 697,404 837,666 982,877 1,178,689    1,122,690  mwm  �������_  ���**���_*��  \M  rh  _&  4a  a  For Business Men :  Letterheads,  Envelopes,  ���=���Billheads,-  -_:.  Statements, '  Receipt Forms,  Business Cards,  '        Posters.    .    -  '���'  Dodgers,  Shipping Tags,    ���  For Rent Cards,  . For Sale cards,  Blotters,  Etc.  Society Printing :  *   Wedding Invitations,  Invitations for Balls, Etc.    Dance Programs, ..  *  concert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  Private Calling Cards,  Lodge Printing,  church Printing,  Score cards,  Fine Half Tone ,  Printing,  Note.Paper.  *9  We have  the  necessary machinery for doing this class of work, and can, furnish you  with billheads uo matter what S3-stem you are using.  ���m  9  ���>_&.  Mining Co.'s Printing :  Prospectus,  Handsome Stock Certificates, .  Legal Documents,  Notices of Meetings,  Special Receipt Forms,  Time Cards,  Mining Reports,  Shipping Reports, Etc..  Colored Poster Printing:  We are equipped to turn  out the best color poster  printing in Southern ---  British Columbia.  Work done  in two or three  colors or  in combinations.  *  NEATNESS AND PROMPTNESS  and the quality of stock used are the main factors that have built us up the largest job  printing business enjoyed by any printing house in the Boundary country.  Government Street,  Phone 29  Greenwood, B. C.  That there is   no  end  to the  healing powers   of. Zam-Buk   is  being demonstrated   every   day  Mr. Julius Clacier,   ot   Denbigh,  Out., was. tortured day and ni<r_i  with blind bleed;-;-- p'les, so  bad  that   he    sa\s:    'I   could    find  no  comfort   si-inding, sitting  or  lying- down, and wns unable to do if  any work.    One day my eyes rested upon a   little  sample "box of  Zam-Buk.    I   picked  it   up   aud  read the words  CURES  PILES.  [   started  using   Zam-Buk   (hat  nisrht, and before! con Id purchase  a large box I  was'alreadv cured  and HAVE NOT BEEN TROUBLED SINCE. You may publish  this if   vou   wish   for  the  benefit    of    other    sufferers."     This  is only   one   of   the   many   cases   where   Zam-Buk  has  healed  piles when all else   failed.    Whv  do you go'on suffering when such  a splendid remedy is near at hand?  Zam-Buk heals sores, cures  eczema, skin eruptions, ulcers,  ringworm, itch, barber's rash,  blood poison, bad leg,.alt rheum,  abrasion**, abscesses, cuts, burns,  scalds arid all skin injuries and  diseases. Of all stores and druggists at 50 cents,or from Zam-Buk  Co., Torouto, for price. 3 boxes  for Si.25.  THE BONNIE BRIER BUSH  "The Bonnie Brier Bush,''with  a company of 30 people will be in  Greenwood early in January. The  Company began its tour at Fort  William and Kenora last Wednesday���is playing this week at  the Walker Theatre in Winnipeg.  The company which will present  "The Bonnie Brier Bush" on this  tour is composed of players of  prominence, among whom are J,  Palmer Collins, .Walter- Scott  Weeks, Ward E. Reuse! I", Re b.rt  Ireland, late Pipe Major of the  4Sth Highlander of Torouto,Kenneth McKenzie, Marion McDonald, Ann Gaird, Adelaide Matthews, Wm J. Casey.the Benner  Children and many others of note.  The entire New York scenic production and electrical equipment  is carried, a special large baggage car being required for the  transportation.' * '    ���  A decided feature will be the  special engagement for this tour,  of tke Austrailian nightingale  .]^iss_M_ff_ie__:^_Cann,_the_s^fcet-_  est singer of Scottish songs  that  ever  visited Canada.  "The Bonnie Brier Bush"  stands out like a lighthouse ou  the sea of uninteresting stage  stories. It is distinctly a play of  heart interest while the comedy  is abundant, wholesome and natural.  AT THE CHURCHES  B*  A.KCUCiS���St. Jude's. Rev. John  Leech* Porter, B. D., pastor. Services  at S:3(> a.m., 11 a.m. Sunday school,  12   p.m.      All seats free.  Pkhsbytekian���Services will be con  ducted morning and evening, 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. D. McKee, Pastor.  Methodist���Rev.: F. J. Rutherford  B.A., will conduct .etvi-es as usual a4:  Methodist Church morning and evening  Sunday School at 2.30.  HI. __��_. Y��a _5����d a Spe-  W�� er�� jw* mat. cofspt-ttogr mmr tw��B-  ti.th ye*r ft* -pM-*-H��_ t_ D^m'e inanma.  Dunn" t_fejv_ yeas* e. c&om api_-_-tk*n -bo  _ fin.-- e__u et _3__��_U wo tan orcgin-  _Uul m__ pgr&stsd tfe�� oa&7 ei_ea-t_- an_  certain dm--*-!- _7 winch tW�� __>___��- at ���  cured, if wa items* yatst an far trrat-  ro-at, m oa- _> -��- a na-tc- ml s mmrmmMt  tnsae. '   .  Wo ennarftnts- cwropy b��&_ a Ofoloac  our*e far Variflt-aols, Uydwwt.'!'-, Ureth-  I'&l ObstrusUsns, Blood and-Sir tn Dl.-  SMQ&, f��5-tn_-) Tronbtoa. Pllea, Fistula, Lota a! Vital Fowev. Kidney,  EUvi-or ted Bpo-tnl ��l-��a_��sf. Wa  -_pe����-.Hy offoi" oai* aorvteos to those  who ar. a_U_te-d utUt w_i_isziO-_ ki _>  . wialt of thsip owb fo-t-_. cf ezcaMci.  " Our raathoiL. tu*. u^-to-data. ��sd  aro -ndo.BBd bp tbtu hlahest cnodlcal  autUorlUos of Surape and Alii erica.,  Han. o oup sneeeas _a t-�� tp��atment of  .Ion's DLsaaae*. 3��a)��xabwr, our spe-  clEity Ls limited _��� Uu> ObMase. of SfSN  a_-ll-.-UI eetf. 7  We e��v��F tio ��_Ur�� fioUi af nervons,  chrauie, <5oo_i-��aat��-. m_i1 etofi^Ueatod  dlS-juts*.  A*.  i ��.  u  te  it  COHS-LTATI02I I_t_��.  New Westminister,  ���^���''.-'���.���**\i��\**v.-".,�� .  **J_.*M'J��.��*����JMJ.,*^,t,\.   *  LAND NOTICES  ���n ';--,-1���':'���-'���''<>���'>'><���-0���^>0���0������-- -"���-��*.-(S<K5  Form of Notice.  If y*_ c_o_-t eaU, writs for S;  Many caao con kg cunod st '  ��� rofaaiiaaa i��___m__-  raenh.  Allow  SCOTT  MEDICAL COMPANY  163 Cflarios SL. Cv. rfare. A��^.  7-' SSATTLE. WASH.  District  Similkameen'Land District-  of Yale.  "���"]���*/. KE   NOTICK   iliat 1 Siit*n..ttr lionttriiiun.  -   of Midwiiy. U.C..oci:ti])itiii>ii Minur.inuMids  to apply for permission to pnrcltax. ill. follow-  in ir descrlbi'il l:md:  Ciiiuiiimicinir'at a post planted _o chains Wus  tcrly of UicX-rlli Wt*st. ccirnerof Purchase "K'"'-  cord No. 2Mr, tlifiicp nonli W chains; lliein'.  east HO chains: tlii'iio* soutli 40 cliains: ilimici*  west 140 cliains to point of commencement, and  containiiifr 500 acres mora or less...  Dated the 27tli dav of November. 1'W".  SPEMCER-UESET-MAX.  Pe. HENRY STRAUSS.-Affetlt.  RAIL WAY;  CHRISTMAS EXCURSION  KATES.  LAND NOTICE  Osoyoos Land District, District of Yale  HAAKE NOTICE that we A" J. Hujrlies' and  x Sam-McOrmond, of Eholt. B.C., occupation Carpenter and Store Keeper, intend to apply for permission to purchase the folloiriuir  descri'oed iauds:T-  Commencin^ at a post planted 40 chains in a  southerly direction -from a C P.R. Survey Part  marked N.E. Corner. Lot 2701. thence south 40  chains, thence west SO rhaius, tlience north 40  chains, thence east HO chains to place of commencement, 320 acres more or less.  A. .1. HUGHES.  SAM McOR-IONl).  Dated October K-th, 1907.  Similkameen Lastf District,  of Yale  District  T.  AKE NOTICE that 'he Yale iTolunil)'..  Lumber Con pauy, Limited, of Nelson,  'K:C-^Munrb*',i*--Hi-_iinf-ac!-iirer..^--int��iHUto^.-:i*IJi)l.v--  for special timber :iceoccs over the followiuu'  described lands, all situate iu tlie Siniilkameen  Division �����! Vale District, Hri'.ish Columbia :���  1. Conimencintr at a post planted at the  North East corner of .Gorman West's Lot No.  :.S47 on the West l'"orlc of the Main Keltic Kiver.  thence north SO chains; thence east SOchaius:  thence south SO clia'ns; thence west SO chains  to point of commence.uent, and coma uiinr d40  acres more or less.  Dated Novembei 20th. I0O7.  Form of Notice.  Similkameen Land District.  of Yale  District  Tt  KE   NOTICE  that   I   Predericlc   David  ion*.', of Park Rapids,   Minn.,   occupation  boo-Veeper. intend   to apply for peruiissiuu   to  purchase the followiuer'describi-d land: -  Commenciinr at a post planted at tlie South  East coruerof Purchase R. cord Xo. 2M3,ihcnc-  uorth SO chains: thence east SO chains: thence  south SO chains: thence west SO chains lo point  of commencement, and conUiiniiiir 040 acres,  more or less.  T'REPERICK HAVIf) LONG.  ' Per HENRY STRAUSS. Atrent.  Dated the 25th duv of Xovember. W.7.  Montreal. Tor-.nto   trnl all points  wost   theieof in Ontaii-.-. and  Quebec.    Quebec. St. John  Halifax unci other , Maritime   Province   Cities,  rates on  application. -  Tickets on sale  dailv   December  1st   to   Decpnib-.r 31*-t. round  trip   first   class.    Three  months limit.-  Old Country Kates.  Halifax-,   St.  John or Portland and return  LAND NOTICES  2. Comniencintr at a post planted at theNorth  West comer of The Yale Columbia Lumber  Company's lueaLiou No. i. on the West _'otk tn  llic Main Kettle River, ihaiuie -.lorth SO chain-:  tlience east no chains: thence s.iuili So ciiaius:  thence west SOchaius to point of commence  ment. coiiuiiui'i'.' 610 acres more or less.  Dated November 2.'th. 1'07.  .>. Co!!imei!-.:itit'at a post planted at lhe Norm  West corner of The. Yale Columbia Lumber  Company's location No. 2. on ihe '.Ve.t _*,ir- of  the Main Ket'li* Rivor. tln-ucn north bo chain-;  thence east 4�� chain-: ilienoe s.oiili lt.0 chain-:  tlience west 40 chains u. p-.iut of contnieiiie.  ment, cont.'iiuin<; i.to aai'v more or less.  Dated November j-.-tli, l*ioT.  4.    C-otiinn*nriii*i at a po-i plaiile.-l a*, the North  East corner   oi   T'le   Yale 7o!unihia ^Lumber  Company's locaiioii No..', mi lhe W,-t Fork  of  the .Main   Keith:  River, thence we-.t 40 chain-;  th-iio; north l'i'cliaii>.-:tlieu.e   e:i*t  4,| chains;  thence south,1-0 chains to   |��.int   of comnn-nce-  m-int. contaiuiut. "4.i acre- more or le���.  Dated November 2iith.l'.Hi7.  The Ya'.k-Coi.i-Mm . Li-mi::-;k  Company.  LiMi'i'i-n.  | J. II. LEASIA. Aft'tii. _  I  Siinilkanietii Land   n-stitct    District  >' .    of Yale.  TAKE NnTICE that The Y-'le-n- in nib!.-!  Lumber Company, Limited, -of Nelson.  Province of liritish Colnmbia, bv occupaii;iu  Lumber Merchants.intends toupplv for a. special timber licence over tlie fo lo'.vinir, descri'*ed  lauds: Commenciui*-nt n post planted about  40 chains distant, ami 'n an easterlv direction,  from N.\Y. corner of Lot (,z<: I'leorire VaKbl's  Pie-Emption:-. llienee ea-l SO einiits: ilieuce  north SO clilitis; thence west SOchaius : 'hence  south SO clifins in-point of commencement,  and containitif. 640 acres, mo'-* or less  The Yale-Columbia Lumber Comuanv,Limited  Ity J. II. Leasia. .\'_e:,t.  Dated October 2<ilh. .007.  Similkameeii i.anci District^   n-:s;rict  ^___-___________^rY���i^^^^  TAKE NOT ICE Tha' the Yale-Columbia  Lumber Company. Lid.Nel-o",Province *>f  P.ritisb Colnmbia.-bv ccciinalion 7,umber Merchants, intends to apolv for a special limber  li..e-ice over tbe follmvitar de-ct ilied 1 uvls:  ('oinraeucinir a*, a post nlanied .ilxiu*. ?2 C). 'is  distant and in a-Westerly direction from Deep  Cre.U. and one' and a half mile- East of the  West For'k-of the Main Kettle River: thence  north IMi chains: thenceoa-t ficliaiiis-; thence  south lnOchainn: thence, west 40 chains to point  of cnmmeu'ieiuent, and coiitaiuiui. fit-- acre-',  more or less  Tlie Yale-Loltimbia Lumber Comiv.uv,Liuiio-d  P.y J..IL Lea-ia. Aueiu.  Dated Xov-nilier 2nd.  1107  Return Ocean Fares : Saloon,  S104SO; Second, $76';' Steerage,  ��55, and up according to-steamer  For further   particulars  call on  Local Agents, or address  J.'MOE, E. J. COYLE,  D.P.A. Nelson       A.G.P.A.Vancouver  EL.'tt.    RP-DP*\TH.oA6-ST  GKEENWOO-),.  O  ���')  0  *>  %  o  o  0  -.  8  0  o  o  c7-'-'-&:.  Synopsis of Canadian liomcsteatl Rc^u  lalions.  A NY available   lb.  "Railway Helt iirl  niuion Lauds within the  iritish Columbia, mav he  homestea'.led by aiiy person who is the sole  head .1'a family.'or any male over is y<*ars of  aire.tr lhe e.vteut of one-(juarter. section of loo  acres r.iore or less. ���  Kill -v must be made personnlly at the focal  land r ftice for the. tli-trict in which the. l.'oi.l i,  situ e. Entry by pra.'cy may, bowe*.'i. he  ma, r- on certain conditions by i.'n* f.nhe.-,  iu    her. sou. <*.au_hu:r. brother or sister  of  -ui  10  ooo-ckk:-o-oo ooo oo<kkk_^<h><kv _><>o  il.iir  -III  Lil.H  Tile }i����mcisn,:ult.r is roqninMl t-i perf<"��rri tin*  CMiditions CiiHuicU't!"Uicr*-\\*tth nn.1*.i* -ji..' oi  (lit! fo.lmv.n_r p*-:i:is:  fl) At lea^: six iiiomiI's' >-!-Kic!vii.,;> u;.<i>ii .-tud  ouitivatiun uf t!.�� Uir.il in enc'a vtr.'ir for tl::*"-  years.  2) If tiie f-it.vr fnr u-oUlt, if Mu> fa:l-i-i :-  ��it*c��*iV;.*ii;-, uf .lit.1 homesiiC^iW-T ct'sitK-s .; ^r ti  .arm in tli.. vicitiiiy <if v.k.* .;ii;i! i/uu-ri-'i * u,.i >  iff|!iitL*nitMftsus Eo Tt's^.lcuci-- ":ay bo s..i" m. ii  hy sucli person r^sk-i:.���_,*���- with _ll:w {;..!.������: ������!  :!!otii'.r.  [.ii If ti:c sfnilt'.r U:is. h:.-^ p;:n;i:r.;i! ri:**-iile.i'i..:.  u-joit fai*n:i��*K" Iar.il o*.vii<-,l \>y hi-t it: ill r:i;ii;-  ity  >, hi***.  IjiMJiO'stL-atl.   th��   ri'Mjiiii-i'i.osit-.  :������-:  *_���.  I'uMiit.-iiv.T.- iii.iy  U.i.- s..i(. _;i-itl_  Six r.i*.i:fiis'  i�� til;'    C*KUll.i  Oliiiu,'! .��f ir;!-  t-t;    t*Li.  1.  Similkameen Land Disrr'ct  of Yale.  District  T  AKE  Liiuib-r Company. Limited,  iviuce of liriti-h Columbia, t>v  uber Merchant-.intends to app'<  'init'er liciou-e over the folloiein  ���������'.-lnn;lji:i  of Srbim,  'ii'cui atiou  for a -pec-  _ d.-criie.i  Pr  Li'  i.-ll  laud-i: lIoniuienci'iL' a' a |>"M sitino.-d about  one half mite East of lb.- C.P.R. It od: and  about 4ochai.i- I', i-t of the \''*nit \Y.---t. corner  oi��,ot i,2ooii the West t-',irl< of the Main Keith*  Riv.-r: thence north b.'i i-lnin..: thence we��*  4i cliains; theni-e s.-uth P. i rli.-utu : tlfllce  east-to chains to point of c"��::k-:ic ���uieiu. and  .-...itaioinir ''4" acres, mon-or te-s.  The Yale-Columbia Lumber Com; cm v. Lin: it.-d  liy J. 11   Leasia. .'.win.  Dated November 2nd. i''.,7  Form of Nctic-.  Similkameen Land District.   Distri  of Yale  t.i app;  Co.'.l. C.'.'t uiiniti'.' ti'.'iits  Ttiitri.il"! twen'y-one ���..���ti-  reuta! of '.:! j-er a--  acre- -hall b* 1.*-,  co.no.iev. A fii-.i'i  p.'r Pm shall 1"' co!:  ''o:C 'hiined.  ,de  pate  v be  hi." 01  -.-.    No*  -.\.:.\ 01 o"  v at the  V.'.  '���  ilep-.:'v ,-if lip.  N. !*.   -l.:nautlior;/  i!ri.is>:ii*.eiit -.vii: mo  SiiiiSlit-tn.*-"! L  DiS!;  Vd  TA.-,:7  .--��-  ^P^Hf)^^^!^^  Catholic.���Church of the Sacr<-_  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third aud  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers, and benediction at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Kkv.J. A. Bhdard, v.. M  pastor.  I.  NOTICK.  'or receiving tender- for Public  . Lad., sm'n'-..it. ..'na- been nPi -  y. i.ieceitibel 2'.ld. PMV.  -.;..-.:i!icatton> can be seen, and  ,-r obtaiueil a: this Department,  ���1 -... the t'os'.mas'.er at Lady-tuitu  Wiiltaiu Hender-ou. Si:p.-i imeu-  :, Victoria. I'..C.  ilv Orih-r.  FKE1). 'IKLINAS.  Secretary  Department ot Public Worldi.  Ottawa. November 27. 1907,  ry.WV, date  J- Uui'.di-.l'.  d-d to Monda  Plans anl  forms ,.f teiu  on app'icatio  H.C...ami to  dimr.Arcbite.  TAKE NOTICE tha: C. C. Kled--  -on. Province  of   l'.riti-'t   C/.n  occupation Accountant. i-'O-cd-   i<-   .  oemi'ssiou t<�� purcha-e the biib. .������ i .1::  land: ���  Coniniencito. at a po-t planted .-.! ti  r.a-t corner .if C.ormau We-.C- L.t .W  the. West I-'ork of tke Mii:! K-t: - Kiv  -nufll 40 chains;   111. nee  i'.l-l  - :-   Ctl.^'T  nortli 411 cliai'.l-, : theme v.-e-t  ! 'c.-aia  of com mencemeili.   Tin.!   :ti:i:..i"ir.'  ni"ie "J b;-s.  Dated November 2������'!:. '>���'���''���  C. C. Ktfi:>:.s.  Per Josi.i-it ii. Lka:-;.-  .(   N'-  Coliiufaci. ������-���,..-,-up l.-.oll   1 :.u.ii-: '. 11:..-  'r.'.  to applv -'or p Ti!ii--i,iu t" pt-.i\ I-.a-eti-i  L.-L  ilescril-'-d la.cd:  v'eueienc-; : ���������\a ;.��>  ,T. 11. Le l-'i-l'- sr.li. C.'-llrf i'.'T   o'.a .1  I      .  :;.-.-.i;i r.a-t cornoro: j.li. IVeuev'- .<  iph  I.e*. h-'.: tne::ce. 'io:t'u  2i   c.i:iii-: tl:  ���nc  2n chaivs: the ice-.lu'.h .O  chains; t  her  2 �� cha'cs.:-. w'aje of co-o01;:,:.:.-in.'nt.  t.Linir._- ' ' acre-, ueire -���;- !>*-?..  -.Jo.v.-ph H. Li-.t-ia. !  ..,-..  [*Mt<-'i N'ovemi.er 2nd. l'i >7.  Siinilkameen Land District.  l-i  0   Y-ie  ������-p.\.:r. n 'Tic;: t-.-.t ":':-.- -.-:  i     I.UMk-l   1. oi:.;,...-.l .L::-;:   -'���   !   7>  Ti.e Y.Ce-.  Daied Oct'  I:  er 2,'  -J. 11. Lv  -ia. _*.-er.. _-  ME   BS^MBART   CRSSK   TIMES,  Hand cw<-l>V  ���__-^  JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF  ���^^jn^S^SSS^S^SS^^SSSS^^^^^^^^^^^^S  No,  18 Wonder Air  Tight  ���    20  ��    22          ��    24          "   26        , "  "    25 Canuck Air Tight Metal Top  20 Premium Souvenir  23  26  22 Roscdalc Box  25  30  36  r-  r-  r-  r-  r>  /  r-  r>  .r-  r-  3.00  3.50  4,00  4,50  5.50  12.50  12,50  15.00  20.00  9.00  11.00  14.00  18.00  ���t��-  !  J__ . __  Dr.  Mathison;  Dentist,    oppo  site  the  Post Office, will   be ab  sent   from   Greenwood for   some  months after the end of December  Gene Shea of Phoenix, a friend  of the Colonel's, was in town last  Saturday.  Frank E. Mason, of- Stratford,  Ontario, was enjoying- city life in  Greenwood this week.  J. P. McLeod, who spent a few  days last week in. Seattle returned to the city on Tuesday.  j  I  i  !i  i!  si  - ���  15 Air Tight Souvenir/  18 " \ " '  12 Oak Souvenir '  I4   " " >���  16 '��� '  s  /  ���  /  /  18.50'  22,50  12.50  15,00  18.00  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller  Block, open evenin^s  J. E. McA.llis.er left this morning for Spokane. Frederick Keffer has not yet returned from the  Similkameen.  W. A. Macdonald, K. C, of  Nelson, was in Greenwood Wednesday partly on legal business  and partly on seeing what a real  live town looked like.  A handsome pipe in a beautiful  case makes a .fitting Xmas Box.  Coles' Bookstore has a splendid  assortment of Pipe, iu Cases and  L  m^^^^^Lf '^^y*  TOWN 7 0<PICS  Call and see our stock.  i,".'S3*  I  _ i  COMPANV.   LTD.  . Always Ask for  A!  ling Co., Spokane, was in Greenwood on business, Thursday.  Bob Fraser, Of Phoenix, foreman of the Suowshos mine was a  visitor iu Greenwood yesterday.  II. W. Sharp, of Sharp &  Irviue, brokers, Spokane, was in  Greenwood the latter part of last  week.  Mrs. C. _���!_ Shaw and her  daughter returned ou Monday  from a lengthy visit in Winnipeg.  We can supply all your wants  and guarantee satisfaction because we guarantee all goods sold.  The Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  C.  Scott   Galloway was   over  from   Grand    Forks yesterday,  shaking  hands   with his   many  friends.  Constable A ah ton, of Midway,  was a Phoenix visitor on Wednesday. He spent Thursday in  Greenwood.  Dr. Simmons has been spending a week in the Sloean country  taking in the advantages of the  Lucerne of America.  Wm. Wills, foreman of the  sawmill at Bridesville was in the  city yesterday. He had a suite  of rooms at the Norden.  H. J. Bayley, of EhoH, and A.  Logan took 3 fine mule deer on  their hunting trip to James Lake.  They returned on Tuesday.  Beautiful dolls, wonderful toys  -���a fairy land for the children is  at Coles' Bookstore this week.  R. J. Moffatt, who has been  spending the summer at Lethbridge, returned to the land of.  decent winters last week. The  abundant supply of natural gas  struck this summer at Lethbridge  has robbed Medicine Hat of its  unique position of the town  where the lights always burn.  County Court will be holden in  Greenwood ou Tuesday next before Judge Brown.  The first degree iu Oddfellowship will be conferred at Boundary Valley Lodge on Tuesday  next. A big attendance is  looked for.  We have just received another  shipment of Creamery Butter iu  bricks and in 141b boxes specially  packed for family trade. The  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  Soon be hinging up stocking  night! Every child has socks tc  hang up and Mr. Claus proposes  to fill them. There will be no'one  in need in Greenwood this  Chr_-.tr.ias.  The Court of Revision, to deal  with the Municipal Voters' List,  will sit on Saturday. December  21st.'at 10 a.m. Mayor Bunting,  Aldermen Sullivan and Nelson  form the court with Alderman  Desrosier--. as alternate.  It will pay you when in need of  anything in the Grocery line to  look through our stock���The  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.  The infant son of H. P. Ball  was buried on Thursday morning.  The funeral service was celebrated by Rev. Father Bedard.  The cortege proceeded at 10:30  a.m. to the Church of the Sacred  Heart and thence to the cemetery.  The child was only four months  old.  New Stoves and Ranges at cost.  Just 2 of the old style ranges left  sale price $45. House furnishings  of all kinds. A.L.White (he's  selling out.)    Phone 16  |    Lost���Ladies'gold watch, with  No pen will write  like  Water-  sma_l brown   fob;   initials  L. E.  man's Ideal.    They make beauti- ' engraved in monogram  on  back.  ful, handy and   useful   Christmas Lost    probably    on     Kimberley  presents.    From $3.00 to $8.00��� I avenue,   Copper  or   Government  street.    Finder can find owner by  ONLY ONE QUALITY���THE BEST  ONLY ONE PRICE,    60c PER    LB  FROM  Cases for Cigarettes. He'll appre-  Boyle Page, of the Boyle Dril-yciate it.  Forty miles to the next furniture store, close out prices at  A. L. White's Red Front, Phone  16���The 2nd Hand Man.  D. M. Stirton, Secretary to E.  S. Busby of the Department of  Customs, left for Vancouver on  Thursday. Mr. Busby completes  his inspection tomorrow and will  follow.  How short the way to fairyland  at Christmas time. In Coles'  Bookstore you will find presents  of every kind that will make  everybody happy. Remember this  Duncan Mcintosh returned oh  Monday from the coast. Vancouver's streets are full of men  out of work and demanding aid  from the city. Duncan is of the  opinion that there are lots worse  places than Greenwood just now.  George Hobbs, accompanied by  bis wife, arrived in Greenwood  Saturday night. Mr. Hobbs is  an old timer of the Boundary,  having worked claims both here  and in the country around many  years ago.  GREENWOOD,   B.C7  For the last twenty years this iPine Tea has been  imported directly from Assam, China. It is a  straight, pure Assam Tea, not a blend, and coming always from-.one Garden the flavor is always the same  **  .t-'VWV-.i  . If  you  want   to  be  sure of  getting strictly fresh  ruit  GET IT FROM THE   \  imter-Kendrick; Co.j Ltd.  THE   BIG STORE  :*$  X ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tytytytytytytyty  applying    at    Boundary  Times office.  Creek  all kinds and sizes at Coles' Bookstore.  Mrs. George Ingles left en  Wednesday afternoon to speud The semi-annual session of the  Christmas and part of the winter; License Commissioners was held  in Boston.    John McDermott also, on   Wednesday,    December    11.  turned his back on the Boundary  and left for the ''blue nose"  country where thes coal mines  aren't closed down. We'll expect  to see him back when the sun is  shining brightly again.  For Rent, 6-rootn Furnished  Cottage, up-to-date, by Capt.  Swayne.    A. L. White, phone 16.  Seated at the board were the  Mayor and Commissioner Fleming. The tribunal had no business before them but to grant the  15 licenses, more or less, in  Greenwood,- and this was done.  For Sale or Rent Pianos, Sewing Machines, Organs, Etc. A.  L. White, The 2nd Hand Man,  Phone 16.  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  *       *    8A_* _> <fc_fti  _d_, __T  ning ��  B. C. Copper  International Coal  SPECIAL  I 10 Consolidated Smelters at $102,50  ty  I Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd.  ^ Opposite Post Office.  -*^^^^��^^^^^^*^*^^-^*^^^^-f-^-l--^--fjf- st  ty  ty  ty  tyty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  NEWS NOT OUT  Tlr.-ou._-b the recurrence of a  spiain in his wrist, the edi'or of  the Anaconda News has beeu  obliged to pass up his issue for  1\obert"is carryiilg'ffis  GOT 'EM BAD  Talk about sea serpents���the  Gazette has a scoop on what  looks like the durndest animal  ever seen in these or any other  It was seen   over  in   Jim  0-O*"*- OOWKWKKXIOOOOOClOOOOOOt <KK>CK^��>0<>00000000000<>00(>00 0O<M>0<>O<>0��O<)O0O<X>0O<>O<XXKK> *  O OOOW>0<K>0<H>0<W>000000<X>00<>0000<K>0<>0<>00<*^^  Grant's lake and is claimed to be  200 feet long by 40 wide���fear-  fuPy aud wonderfully made, n  cross between a lizard and a  tamarack.;?���Iledlev Gazette.  It   must be   a -fierce   kind  of  this w"ok  arm in a sling and it   is a rather  difi.'"--7t ma tier for anyone to   set  ui>   gali-'V--'    galore "'   type with  !.and>   '.hat   ar*:   well.     With    n.  sick hand it is manifestly   impos-..  sibK   and   what   one of our staff | booze   sold   at   Hedley,  and The  ���persists   in   culling   "the   b.aiu i Times would advise the editor of  'lcal.7'   uf   the   Ne'.vs think tank j the Gazette to change his brand,  will nut take 7.ia*>7 in   v.old, hard: or he will be seeing   Hying croco-  ��� yj��-this week.    It is, of course. | fiiies.   singing   trees,   fish "Jiving  in..: ���-,.c<T'*>---y to Explain  that ihej0n dry land,   snakes of  every dc-  ;7i<iv,.* (-:;��� r."sioii is   no'.  it_te_d-_*cl j scriptiou,    and in     fact   any old  t- > !:i-: dvM'ovav.i  '  ;i... editor <7 7  i,7  Uv> ;_���-��� od '*  v. .-.-.17; i:o*  for  ���.'!..   ii.ii-.:. i...nk  in:,:-,  had    gating   sides   or   was j    -'!-...: v7.se   in   a   'lei ��������� pidated con-j     ]ti ������  recent   interview   at  Salt  ma ������'.;.    V.c TM-.- to-* young at the - T_-.f;.._ City. Utah,  former Senator  busi!-.'.:.-sov.r-e  we    are   older    we   will give our  opinion of  the veterans,    but    at  p.es-.it prai.e would   be   fu-some  and   blame imprudent.     Finally,  while we regret   Mr. Kt tier's in-  Left for  Shoppers  .THE.  I��  ��  in any   seu.e   to; thing.      By    all   means   change  Ne'.vs.    We   are: your brand, Major, or The Times  ,'.;- i'-ir that   and loan sec* your finish.  <��� *,-.-.,rid infer tlu-t J  -  newspaper  -soe.��.fi_.i.O-a��ai>_a0_a��s��o����-aoa����.-����(i������.s����a��a._��4  B  B  B  B      _-v  ��  \_<U(.9    I__lUe  T. DEALERS .NTT  Fisb and Poultry*  -O  1!  CLARKE IS  HOPEFUL  TERMS OF  SALE,  STRICTLY CASH.  tH��9VU*BC��*>BG��taaaQ��aBBBCttanBaaBBeA*A*,BBBBBBBBBB��B��B��B*  dis'K'sition,   we are very   gla<l   to  ueriorm any service wo can to the  . Perhaps when |-\y. A. Clarke of Montana, said:  ������ The total redt-ction in the output of copper is so large that sis  months ought to see the surplus  wiped out entirely. And when  that is* done, I expect to see copper go back to 16 cents a pound,  and   that   is   enough.    At   that  community and to   the   News   by : figure consumption is possible on  :��� nr.ounciug   the    l~ct     an.   the; a jargC scale,  and   while   it   wiil  reason of its non-appearance. : not permit all the lines to resume     .  ; on the old bafis. it will  still fur-  ._      ; nish employment for a large pro-  Santa Ci_.ua has    lost   a   hit e j on Qf ^e men v?hohave beec  v.-ei"-ht since last -*ear. out it was, f _ _  bloat, and he'll be healthier for j thrown out ot employment oy the  it in the end.                                      recent slump.'-  BARGAINS IN  Dressers, Chamber Suites  and Commodes, Dressing  Tables, Ladies' and Gents  Writing Desks, Sideboards  Buffets, China Closets, Library, Centre and Extenx  sion Tables, Jardinieres  Stands, Iron Beds, Child's  Cribs, Co^Carts.  ymm       J$M--"Hi    8^"(tTtl  im..M mm  -W,7.-  EVERYTHING FOR  THE HOME  BARGAINS IN  Art Squares, all sizes, col/*-  ors.and prices; Small Rugs,  Linoleum, Fine Assort/  ment. Trunks, Suit Cases,  and all kinds of Traveling  Bags. Blankets, Quilts,  Mattresses, Pillows, Lace  Curtains, Portieres,  i��  .��  jphoneie      The Furniture Man. Phone16  CO  C 6o<x>ck>oo<>o<><>ock>oo-o<><><x><>^  (JO O0-CH>0<K>0<--*0-C>0<>0<>0-0<>0<KK^  We have just received a shipment of fine  English Goods for Fall and Winter Suits  and  Overcoats        s s  Best of Workmanship and no advance on  former Prices s : : i  ^^_.--^b__----^___��______--S-St  S St  merchant tailor  COPPER ST, ��� o GREENWOOD, B.C  ^

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