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 Rti^A^^B^ytf^wg  ����gs  Tj^tt>^_^tf-SSja-^_t-  -.������-���'-j:r.-^i--tJ.:_  legislative /isse/>  DEC 121906  7(  ���VtH-i/l-  Vol. 11.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, t*->06.  No. 14  DON'T NEGLECT THEM  If you have an eye strain, or an eye headache, or imperfect  vision, there is something wrong and it should be corrected.  We will test your eyesight and give you the necessary  correction without delay or experimenting.  All "work .uaranteed. "Any Occulisf's prescriptions filled.  OPTICAL GOODS OF ALL KINDS  THOMAS  DRUG  CO,  LIMITED  THE COBALT CRAZE  Eastern Canadians Buying  Stocks.  GREAT   BOOM    NOW   ON  Money Being: Invested by Thousands in  Everything that Bears the Cobalt Trade Mark.  SETTLEMENT BASIS  Arrangement   Made  With  ��� Employees.  CONCILIATION IS APPLIED  The Terms Made and Rate of Wa_.es  to Be Paid. -Two Year A_rree-  ment from Jan. 1st Next.  I-*  REPAIRING  We make a specialty of  watch and jewelery repair  ing.  Our work, is guar an--  teed to give satisfaction.  WATCHES  AND CLOCKS  cleaned and rep"-.ired and  anything'in the jewelry line  l^^ii^d'^Bn^sKott^fttjtrcc:  Regina Watches have'  become the standard of  accuracy in the watch  world. 7  GET OWE NOW  DIAMONDS^   CHAINS,  FOBS.  LOCKETS, NECKLETS  BRACELETS.  -SOUVENIR-SPOONS-  Just received a beautiful  line of Sterling and Plated  ware. Sterling Carving  Sets, Coffee Spoons, Cold  Meat Forks, Berry Spoons;  Cream Ladels, Sugar  Tongs, Jelly Knives, Fish  Forks, Knife in Case and  numerous other articles.  Also a fine line of  CUT GLASS  ' suitable for gifts or vour  O ml ���  how-n-table. ���7-__-=-___ ^______  Our Christmas goods are now arriving. We invite you to look them over in  your spare time before the rush commences. Perhaps there would be something  you want and we will gladly put it away for you.  Eastern Canada appears lo haye gone  Cobalt crazy. The contagion appears  to be especially had around the large  cities, particularly in Montreal and  Toronto.  The companies now operating in lhe  ground and on paper in the Cobalt  district are legion, and the numinal  capital of these companies runs into  millions by many scores. Only recently  one issue of the Gazette contained  notices of seven companies just formed  with capitalization as high as S2,000,000  in one instance. ;  Cobalt may- be a good field, -���nd  doubtless is, and Cobalt stocks may be  gilt-edged, but the eastern Canadians  are better winners than losers. They  do not lose with good grace. Some  years ago they got interested with each  other in Rossland camp, and larger  fellows exploited ihe lesser ones, and  ever since, Toronto particularly, has  kept up an incessant howl about British. Columbia and has damned the  province because some of them were  the dupes of their friends, or their  friends were mistaken in the properties, or they mismanaged them. This  all happened years ago, but the wound  has never'healed'/-* There is still'a sore  spot there, and they take the covering  off at every chance and talk about their  British Columbia wound, "  7 A few months ago a gentleman 'in  Greenwood wrote to a leading Toronto  paper and asked for occasional space  in which to represent the iuterest-s of  the Boundary, but received the following reply:  "The fact is, that Toronto and Vest  ern'Ontario lost so mu.h money in the  British Columbia mining boom that  the people are not keenly desirous of  hearing of the progress of the province  now that other men have successfully  developed the properties they dug."  Coming from the high source this  did we presume it is an index of the  feeling.in .Toronto    against   British  RENDELL & GO.  U I  Underwear  Stanfields  Truro Knit  Is The Best  Underwear For Women  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 absolutelv  unshrinkable.    Try it and be convinced.  enae  Womens' Goods.  Men's Goods.  Columbia, and we trust their experience  in Cobalt may not rub the skin off a  fresh place of a supersensitive anatomy. ���"���  Of course the operated before may  be the operators now, and if so the  matter will be nicely balanced up in  due time.  In this connection we may observe  that a New York dispatch of December  1st credits Nipissing stock as breaking  from 33% to 19J-C.  In this stock the Guggenheims forfeited the sum of 52,500,000, the lirst  payment made on November 1st on a  block of 400,000 shares at $25 per share.  The payment was due Decenibei 1st,  hut the purchasers let the contract go  by default. Btu the Guggenheims apparently did to their associates what  the Toronto operators did not. do to  tbeir friends in the British Columbia  tisld. they recouped them for losses  made in their recommendation. The  following is a copy of the notice sent to  each:  New Yorx, Dec. 1, 1906.���-Dear Sir:  We have determined not to exercise our  option for t'ne purchase of the Nipissing Mines company stock. If you will  return us promptly the certificate for   shares of the Nipissing Mines company stock delivered to you by   us.   we  will 'return   to you dollars, the full  amount of vour first payment. If you  have sold the stock, please inform us  what you have received therefor, and  ,\ve will stud you a check for tho difference between the sums received and   dollars,   the  amount  of your  rirst  payment.    Please return us your  subscription agreement with your  an_wer  to this letter.  "Yours truly,  "DaNIEI. GUGGKNHKIM.  " Murray Guggenheim."  The effect of this notice is ihat  Messrs. Guggenheim have stepped into  the breach and assumed whatever looses  may arise out of this transaction, thus  relieving their subscribers, who lose  mot a single dollar."  The following is Ihe text of the new  agreement entered into between the  B. C. Copper Co." and its smelter employees, and which lesulted in a settlement of the recent strike:  The. B. C. Copper Co. hereby agrees  tbat it will not discriminate against  its employees who may take up any  grievance on the part of themselves or  auy other employees of the company,  nor on account of any employees taking part in or belonging to organized  labor.  Any man or men having a grievance  shall first take the same up with the  management, and if not adjusted to be  taken up with the management by a  committee of employees, selected by the  employees, or Greenwood Miners'  union; said".c'ommittte to be not less  than two or more than four,  ��� That the Greenwood Miners' union  take up no grievance with the company  until such committee has notified the  company that it cannot reach an amicable agreement. '���'������(,  Under no circumstances, in matters  concerning the7 above agreement, is  any work in any department to be interfered with, either by the G.eenwood  Miners' union, nor its members,7 who  Imay be employees, until the local management of the company has had an  opportunity of receiving- instructions  from its executive, such time, however,  to be limited to fourteen days from notification by Greenwood Miners' union.  That the above agreement remain in  effect for two years, commencing January 1st,. 1907, and ending December  31st, 1908.  SCHEDULE OK WAGE.  Sample room-H-   ...  Millman... .7.7'   Crusher  feeder   Common  labor ......  Briquette mill-  Briquette mill feeder     3 50  Briquette pickers     3 ,00  Feed floor���    '77777^777777777777777^^  Hrs  3 30     9  3 25     0  3 00     1  10  9  Head feeder....:. 7.7777."..~4-00"-=.8^  Head loader...7  3 13 S  Loader's helper  3 00 8  Briquette loader   300 9  Motorman, feed floor  3 15 8  Furnace floor���  Furnaceman '.'..  4 00 8  Furnaceu.an helper...  3 25 8  Furnaceman, other helpers... 3 00     8  Motorman on slag pots  3 25     8  Power house-  Power house men  3 50     8  In the event of inexperienced  man,   while  on  probation,  not to exceed 30 doys  3 00     8  Converter floor���  Puncher  3 50 10  Puncher helper..  3 00 10  Cranechaser  3 00 10  Craneinan   3 50 10  In the event of two S-hout   shifts, to  be paid for common  labor thirty-three  and one-third cents per hour, but under  no circumstances not less  than   Grand  Forks scale.  Hrs  Copper trimmers, slag wheelers and tampers  3 00     9  Head liner  3 50     9  Machine shop���  Machinists.  4 00     9  Machinists' helpers  3 00     9  Blacksmiths  4 00     9  Blacksmiths' helpers  3 50     9  Carpenter*-  4 00     9  Carpenters'   helpers  3 00     9  All common labor  3 00     9  Bricklayers" helpers  3 50 -9  SIig trackman, if alone  3 50     9  If trackman has  helpers  3 25     9  Trackman's helper  3 (X)     9  NQTOE  Station wo-k to be let. Earth and  louse rock. Apply to W. O. WRIGHT,  Manager, Kettle Valley Irrigated Fruit  Lands Co., Ltd., Rock Creek. BOUNDARY   GRE&K   TIMES
-.(-.. 7
Now is the time to bring in your job
printing and avoid the holiday rush.
All woak done in first-class style.
One of   the   best  appointed
working-men's  Hotel
in the city.
The finest of bars, stocked with
the best
Lighted   throughout   with   elec-
tircity.    Hot and cold  baths.
Board and room SI per day.
Strictly First-Class Service
The P-oneer Merchant o\" the Mining
Country Secures Semi-Reacy
P. W.  George,   head   of the firm of
P. W.   George  &  Co.,   and  one of the j
pioneers of the  Boundary country, recently landed the greatest  commercial
prize of the Canadia industrials.
In their big store they are showing a
splendid line of semi-ready tailoring,
the Clothes wich ate made 90 per cent
• complete and finished to measure in a
few hours. The winter styles in suits
and overcoats inspire one with enthusiasm, and it is small wonder that
best dressers in the east are deserting
the merchant tailors by thousands and
obtaining real satisfaction hi the semi-
ready wardrobes, of which there are
aeyenty-one in Canada and twenty west
of Winnipeg.
Mr. George came to the Boundary
country from Nelson, and besides hia
store in Phoenix, the firm has a prosperous establishment in Greenwood,
which is conducted under the direction
of his managing partner:
The s-emi-ready tailoring will be a
revelation to gentlemen'who have been
paying high prices for common cloth.
ing. The Semi-Ready company were
pleased to get such a good representative in Phoenix.
"Necessarily our stocks is not as large
as those in the '.arge cities," said Mr.
George, ''but our set of special order
samples places us on a equal basis, for
we can send in our customer's type and
have a suit of clothes delivered from
the big tailor shop in Montreal within
forteen days "
Greenwood Lodge No. 28, of A. F.
and A. M., had a most pleasant occasion at their regular meeting Thursday
evening last. In addition to a large
number of visitors from Grand Forks,
Phoeuix and Midway, the lodge waa
honored by the presence of J. H. Scho
field of Trail, grand master, and Geo.
E. Day, of Phoenix, D. D. G. M.
The following officers  were elected
for the ensuing  quarter:    E.   G.   W.ir
ren. W. M.; J. \V. Grier, G. W.;  F. W.
McLaine, J.W.; W. G. McMynn, Treas.
J. G. Birnie, Sec;G. l.ustis, Tyler.
Last Monday evening the Eagles
elected the following list of officers forthe ensuing quarter: J. W. Feeney,
president; W. Frawley, vice president;
J. McPhee, chaplain; Fred B. Holmes,
secretary; Jas. McCrealh, treasurer;
Paul Meacham, outer guard; George
Thompson, inner guard; Fred Munn,
conductor; Dr. Foster, physician; J. W.
Nelson, Andrew Sater and Geo. Evhi.s
board of trustees.
The order is in a flourishing condition and planning for .many pleasant
events di ring the winter.
Ymir—A telegram received from
Vancouver reports a sale of the Dundee
mine property'.'' No names are given
as to whom the purchasers are. The
deal w<'s negotiated by A. E. Rand 'of
New Westminster, one of the heavy
holder's of the company's stock,
Rosslanj i—The Idaho mine on Monte
Cristo mountain has just been sold
and the purchaser is the Consolidated
Mining & Smelting company of Canada, which owns the Centre Star, War
Eagle and Iron Mask, as well as other
mines in the camp, besides the St.
Eugene mine at Meyie, East Kootenay
and the smelter at Trail.
Ainsworth—Mining, has been on the
revive at the old camp of Ainsworih
for several months, and the recent sale
of the rich Krao greatly improves the
outlook. The purchase price has been
fully paid up, and the new owners are
elated over the bright future of their
Kasco- A section destined to become
prominent as a big shipper, is the South
Fork at Kaslo creeK. Heretofore this
district has been known as a low grade
ore producer, but the recent strike of
rich ore in the Index demonstrates that
the South Fork, like the Silvery Slo-
can.'is full of pleasant surprises. The
outlook for this section is very bright
indeed. The principal properties at
present operating are the Cork, Index,
Province and Montezuma.
N_!_,SON—In the immediate vicinity
of Nelson considerable activity is reported from the Queen Victoria copper
group, which is being worked by J. P.
Swedborg under lease and bond. It is
•aid that the body of ore, which is high
grade, is 40  feet  wide.    It is also said
mediate construction of a tram line.
Outside interest in Kootenay mines is
undoubtedly keener and more general
than at any other time for five years
at least.
A. X_. White &Co. are receiving a large shipment of Fancy
Furniture specially selected for
the Christinas trade.
For nice fresh flowers for funerals
decorations and weddings, write or tel
ephone Spokane Florist Co., Main 5,
Spokane. 5-30
Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Lamb left
this week for New Westminster,
where Mr. Lamb has accepted a
position on the Daily Columbian
as advertising- manager.
James H. McNeil, senior member of the firm of McNeil &Hen-
niger, of this city, and Miss Sadie
J. Tisher of Republic, were united
in marriage in the latter city last
Friday, TRev. Mr. Callahan per-,
forming the ceremony. Mr. and
Mrs. McNeil have taken up their
residence in this city, and are receiving the congratulations of
their many friends.—Grand Forks
Finely furnished
rooms, well lighted    and    heated.
The cosiest place
in town to meet a
friend. ' :   ' :■   .    :
"ni.-|W-».ii_ii- —mil in iwimKi _n_ i_t____r__jmnit_ r ti __NAn.-ra«-iMn__ _•_-
Greenwood Liquor £o.
In 1700 und 1701 lead ore was discovered in Missouri. About 20 years later,
in 1720, two Frenchmen, Francis Renault aiid M. La Motte, rediscovered the
the mines. Today the mines are called
La Motte, and are, by the way, the only
producers of nickel and cobalt (byproducts in smelting pig lead) iu the
Unites States. There are, of course,
other lead mines now being worked in
Missouri, but by far the larger part of
lead production reported annually is
obtained in smelting zinc-lead ores
Unexcelled cusine is
making this the most
popular eating pl_.ee in
the city.
We are serving all the
delicacies of the season
A. C.
Your Doc
Can cure your Cev.gh or Cold,
no question about that, biit—
v/hy go to all the trouble and
inconvenience of looking him up,
and then of having hi_ prescript ion
filled, when you _an step into any
drug store in Canada and obtain
a bottle of SHILOH'S CURE
for a quarter.
V/hy pay two to five dollars
when a twenty-f ive cent
bottle of SHILOH will cure you
us quickly ?
V/hy not -Jo a., hundreds of
thousands of Canadians bave
done for the past thirty-four
years: let SHILOH be your doctor whenever a Cough ar Cold
SHILOfl will cure you, -?."•:! ztt
nmg..i.*.ts back up this staten_-_:t
vi-li a positive ^uai-iruey.
The ii-Xt t.i.-.o ---ou hav-a ■_.
Co.*7,h or _o'd ■-_.■*■--- with
•~;j\-    -Wv    ***;   te
&,.$<   77 .£.;. ,'■'_. .it-.
Cured by Zam-Buk -Chronic Ulcers and
Sores of Nine Years Standing
Healed by This Herbal Aalm.
the herbal b;ilmt|in cases of chronic
ulcers, sores,'etc., is illustrated oy the
experience of Mrs. W. E. Rice, of London Junction, (Ont.).    She says:
"I cannot be thankful enough for
the day Zam-Buk came to Canada. For
nine years I had been a sufferer from
running sores on my legs caused by
blood poisoning. I had tried every
kind of ointment and salve that I had
heard of, but none of them seemed
equal to rny case. Last winter I was
worse than ever, and could not bear to
stand on inv feet for five minutes. The
pain was so acute that I could not bear
to have rny slippers on.
"I heard uf Zam Buk, and decided to
give it a fair trial. From first commencing with it it did me good, and it
has now cured me. Whereas before I
could not stand on my feet for five
minutes at a time, I can now not only
stand, but walk about without feeling
any pain whatever. I feel like a new
woman. I have waited to see if the
cure vva-s permanent before making any
statement, and now I am very willing
to give ii. v testimony. I *7hall be pleas
ed to answer any-inquiries, and if anyone care_ to. come aud see nie, I shall
be pleased to tell them what Zam-Buk
has done for me."
It is by working such cures as the
above thai Zam-Buk has made for itself
its world-wide reputation. It is ;i certain cure for cuts, burns, bruises, eczema, pimples, running sures, spreading
scabs, scalp diseases, poisoned wounds,
festering sores, piles, ulcers, bad legs,
absce.*-ses. boils, ringworm erysipelas,
scrofula, barber's rash, blackheads,
acne, stiffness, rlie-unatism, and all
injured, diseased or inflamed conditions
of skin and tissue. Of all druggists
at 50 cents z< box. or post paid from the
Zam-Buk Co., Colborne street,Toronto,
upon receipt of price. Six boxes for
Always ask for
Peier Dawson's "Exlro Sueciol"
jUIu-1 mlol_i
Greenwood Liquor Co.,
Greenwood, B. C.
DRAYING - We Can Move Anything
F. C
The Kind You Want is the Kind
railing . You Get at Our Job Dept.
THE BOUNDARY CREEK  TIMES   PRINTING   CO l^-.ffii.^^  "S2_______!__!__-Si2^--___  ���������:=\#?:rMrn~��^"rr.-f:;v:yt> ���������_;-! -_-.*���������_*���������   ?-,-,. r-^:-^.-v..-->-iwlr.-<;���.'r.r-iiM-  /  ibnar  BOUNDA.RY OIIE TONNAGE.  The follow-in*.' table .Coves the ore shipments   >f lhe ..ound-ry. mines for 1900, 1901,1902, 1903,  l'.'Ol. 1905 and H,06. as reported in the Hound ury C oek Times:  Past  1,076  2.250  MINI*.. I.ASII'. I'll'O  Ora.-:l>v,.'.-ines  Phoenix     64.S5-3  SiiiVwrUou Phoeuix 297  Mother  Lode Deadwood.     5,340  Uoiniie Belle Deadwood  Idaho Phoenix  R.oolv-lyii-S'.ermviiif'r. I'hoenix  Butcher Iioy Midway  Rawhide Phoenix  Sunset ....Deadwood  Mountain  Ri^. Summit  Atlielstau-Jt-Upo' Wellinj-' ��n  Morrison Do.dvood  B C Mine     Sumrcit  R Bell     Summit  "Emma     Summit  Oro Denoro     Summit  Senator    Summit  Brey Fop'.e. 7       ���    Summit:  No. 37    ..... Summit  Reliance.. Summit  Sulphur King- Summit  "Winnipeg- Wellington  Golden Crown Wellington  Kiiir- Solomon W, Copper    .........  Bigr Copper... ,...W.' Copper         No. 7 mine.    ....Central       City of Paris ....White's       Jewel   Long Lake.. 160  Carmi... West Fork       Rambler   West Fork       Sally West Fork   Providence....... Greenwood       Etkliorn. Greenwood   Strathmore Greenwood       Prince Henry Greenwood           Preston Greenwood         Skylark Greenwood       Last Chance Greenwood       EP Umltie Greenwood       Bay..... 7 ...Greenwood     ....  ...  Mavis..... : Greenwood       Don Pedro..... ...Greenwood       Crescent  Green wood       Helen.:/. Greenwood        Ruby Boundary Falls       Republic Boundary Falls       Miscellaneous       3,230  I'll) I        1905  149,703   653,SS9  1901 1902 1903  231.762   3<V.',858   3'*.*'.7!S  1.731     --1.1,800     71.212        99.034    141,326    13S.079    174,203   174.567    20  ���  S02  7,455  1,200  550  150  19,494  47.405  650  14.811  560  8.530  1,040  R7s  665  2,000  350  3,456  15,731  5,646  3,339  19,365  32,3505   5,731  3,070  3,250  1,759  4,581.  2.r),10S  3,056  4,747  1906  Week  761.577  '.3,219  (j,600  '.i.VUO  2 928  _S-  132.915  3,232  9  21,940  366  45,3 36  864  3,191  78  8.530  2'2,937  15..S37  363  37,960  16.400  3,450  222  364  33  9,485  3,007  1,833     2.435  33  785  625     ISO  79  726  325  482 .  2.060  890  30  32  145  219  993  400  770  150  20  ���--     52  50  300  535  689     167  155  73  20  40  90  60  750  80        20  325  500  500  1,345  12,023  6,404  99  142  58.  30  -    86  76  1,140  15  140  15  20  529  20  20  Total toua     96,600  Smelter treatment���        ,  Granby Co......    62,387  ii. C. Copper Co   ��� Dominion Copper Co   390,800   508,876 690,419 S29,S0S 933,516 1084,121  230.828 .312,340 401,921 596,252 687,988 786,554  117,611 148,600 162,913 210,484 210,830 104,967    132,570 30,930 84,059.204,249  Total reduced    62,389     348,439   460.940   697,404   837,666   982,877 1,095.771  18,788  13,500  5,328  18,82S  DEALERS IN  iei**#i��4��#*������#����-_ *����������������� #����*������  *. -       . .     *.  *���  B  B  **  ft  B  B  ft  ��  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  a,  * ���  �����  ft:  ft  ft)  ft-  ft  ft  fresh and Cured meats  Fish and Poultry,  PAY ORE COLUMN  Several of the tiigii grades are  shipping this week.  We doubt if any property in the  camp has made the showing for  the work done that the Mavis has.  The Greyhound is looking up  into one of the big possibilities  of the district. The bondholders  are very much elated.  The Hall Mines people, who  have had meu cleaning up the  Oro shaft, iu Central Camp, are  about to let a contract for 30 feet  of work thereon.  The Development syndicate has  begun work on the Caberfae in  Central camp. Last year a few  tons were shipped from the dump  to the Dominion Copper Co.'s  smelter. The returns were 8 per  cent copper and SS in gold per  ton. That shipment may be said  to haye been responsible for the  bond on the property.  HE GOT SIX MONTHS  Thomas Flanagan, big and  brawny, and Daniel Ferguson,  not so big, but doubtless equally  cultus, got into a fight ou the  Gold street bridge on Wednesday  last. A complaint was laid with  Judge Hallett, and Flanagan was  taken to the cooler to await trial,  and Ferguson to the hospital for  repairs. The case was called at  4 o'clock and the evidence heard.  The case was continued until  Thursday at 2 p. m., to see what  would become of the fancy-colored hen's eggs that decorated  Ferguson's eyes and cheeks.  When the court resumed Thursday Flanagan gave evidence in  his own behalf, attempting to  show that he had been bullied too  long by the little fellow- and that  it was up to him to do what he  did.  The judge evidently did not  sympathize with his attitude, for  he gave him six months in jail at  hard labor.  When Ferguson gets out of the  dry dock from his repairs he will  be wise..to seek new fields or he,  too, may run the risk of being  put where he may be able to keep  up a speaking acquaintance with  his tender-hearted old chum.  LATE TELEGRAMS  ��?����������*_����������aflai)*fto.a����!��iii..#*��/\vA^^  UU'LxTlI  Just  received  a  fine  carload of   Eastern   Oysters,  Clams, Crabs, Lobsters and all kinds of  Shell Fish  SMOKED     FIS  Finnen Haddie, Salmon, Halibut, Kippered Herring  (Special to the Times.)  Ottawa, Dec. 6.���It is practically  conceded by those who are in position  to know, that present County Court  Judge Clement will be promoted to the  Supreme Court bench to fill the va-  caucy caused by the promotion of Justice Duff.    (Special to the Times.)  New York, Dec. 5.���Granby Con  solidated at a meeting of its directors  yesterday, declared a fourth dividend  -for��� the��� cu r ru-n t=-y e-atv-a m ou n tin g== to.  $405,000, making the year's total out  of earnings Si,620,000, or 12 per cent of  capital.  TV.e discovery of one of the most remarkable hematite deposit- of the  northwest, containing-, according to  conservative- estimata, two hundred  million tons of high-grade iron ore, is  announced from Port Arthur, in Manitoba. This deposit lies about twenty  miles to the eastward of Port Arthur,  the area averaging about three miles  in width and six miles in length, an .1  comes within 1,000 feet of the shore ot  the lake. . tlies in sheet formation,  much of it being without covering.  7      A   well   selected   stock   of  winter suitings just arrived.  Staple goods in Black and  Blue Worsted and Serges,  Fancy Worsteds, Cheviots and  Tweeds, all heavy weight.  For nice Pattern and* Fine  Quality these goods cannot be  beaten. Prices are reasonable  and we turn out , first class  work.  CLEANING DEPARTMENT.  DRY CLEANING STEAM CLEANING  Garments Cleaned. Pre.sseo and Repaired.  Copper Street  MERCHANT TAILOR.  Greenwood, B.C.  B .ft  v  *-  ti  \  B  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft*  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  We will have landed at our  store in the next few days  three large shipments of  assorted  FURNIRURE, RUGS, ART  SQUARES,  TRUNKS, VALISES and SUIT CASES  Intending  purchasers  should  wait and inspect these goods  ~~"BSoi^buyiiig^elsewhereTT 7  ��  ��  ��  ��  .ft ���  *  a  ���*  #  ��  *  lift  ��  ��  -ft  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  a  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  "ft*_  ��  ��  ��  ��  e  I. P. FLOOD,     Prop  ��� v\^V^-A*rA^ #  r  _Ba_3__-_-S-_.(  )��-_>OI  ���.���avonm-v-- ���tgmnMmmw^nr"*  Tea  Coffee  Spices  and Extracts  Received Highest Award  A. L. WHITE & CO.!  �� ' "���'������������' #- ft  * Phone 16. House Furnishers f  Sftftftftftftft******'*'"6 ft##ftftftft**#��*����������*wft��ftftftft���� ��*����#��#����#*��  H_  .$__-8S_-__  6 tihe  Dominion Exhibition 1906  In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy.  There is no other modi' ine manufec-  tured that bus received .-*<> 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 a* it is pleasant to i.tke and  contains nothing injurious. Mr. E. A.  Humphreys, a well known resident and  cleric in the storv or' Mr. h,. Lock, of  Alice, (.7) pt Colony, S-.oith Afric i. suy..i  "I hav** usi'd Ch.unb.. Iain's <'ough  Remedy to ward off croup and colds in  my family. 1 found it to 'wvery'-a..  isfactory ami it yiv��*._ nit- pleasure to >  recommend it."     F'V.r   -a!.- b .- a51 drui;'-  _                                                  - *-  I   _��-���>���   |  Ri^ht   Goods,    Right    Prices.'  Right Place.    Anderson Bros.  TMH COMFORTABLE WAY.  $. F, & I*. RY.  Daily  Leave  8:35 a.m.  1  8:15 a.m.  8:15 a.m,  S:15 a.m,  8: if Fa. m,  PHOENIX  Spokane, Seattle.  Everett. Helli'itr-  haml Vancouver.  Victoria und all  Coast points   Spoka.ie. Kernie,  Winnipeif, St.Paul  Minneapolis    Grand  Fork-. Republic. Marcus   Nortlioort.    Ross-.  land. Nelson^ 7   Kaslo, Sandon   Daily  Arrive  6:45 P.m,  6:05 p.m.  6:05 p.m.  6:05 era  _.  HS-BeS*  Yov can save money by getting  your Xmas presents at McRae  Bros.  Comnviin:. at Spokane with the famous  " ORIENTAL    LIMITED."  2    Daily  Overland   Trains   2  jvroiii Spokane for Winnipeg,  St. Paul. Minneapolis, SJ\ Louis;.  Ohii-"i,ro and al: points e.'t.-l.  For rompl _tt* information,  rati**,, lu-rt'i reservations, etc..  cal" oil or address  M. M. STEPHENS.  gj Agent. Phoenix.  1 S. G. YERKES.  W A P.A.,SeaU!e.  _2-___s_______r_*?_--��  CK>00<>C<M>00<KK><>0<>0<H><X><X><>0<>  CANADIAN  \R AILWAY!  Winter Excursions East  $83.55  Greenwood t<   Montreal, Toronto  And all points we.st thereof in  Ontario and Quebec.  Quebec, St. John. Halifax  Maritime Provinces  Rai.son  application.   Tickets on sale  ���daily Nov. 2-Uli to Dec. 31st.  Round trip first-class  3 .months'  limit Ole Country rates  $94.55 Return  I!  Halifax or St. John return ocean  fare;-.    Saloon,   second, steerage  $95.00, $76 00. $54.00:  Ami   up.   aci-nrding   to   steamer.  For il.'t.-iil-,il information, sailinjrs.  ocean s'.eaniers. iirst-class. or totirUl  sloepor reservations, apply to local  aifents or write  K.    r?.    REOPATH.    Al.KXT.  (iKKCNWOOD.  E. J. COYLE. J. S. CAHTER.  A.'71'.A.Vancouver D.f* A.Nelsoo  ! j OCOOOOOOOv. ,<7OO00OO0O0009O  ,*e^^���*1***''**^ BOUNDARY   GRE&.K  TiMES,  ��� P.W. George & Co. invite you to-a-viewing-or me new  system of tailoring for men. Semi-Ready Tailoring has so  many destructive features that Mr. Charles Fair would  prefer to tell about them personally.  No caller is under any obligation to buy.    The overcoats  and suits will inspire one with admiration.  The prices are attractive���real fine suits~at  $25���some cheaper.  She  Boundary Creek Times  Issued Every fridav  BY  THE  Boundary CreeK Priuting and Publishing  ���J. CO., LlMITKD,  Duncam Ross President  J.. W. E_,_.is    Manager  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pm Ybak    2 00  Six Mouths 1 2.  To Fokbign Countries  2 50  FRIDAY. DECEMBER 30, ino_  Sis Thos. Shaugnessy has  served a writ on F A. Heinze,  asking him in graphic words "to  take what is coming to him and  td take it quick." Heinze is half  owner with the C. P. RJ in 750,-  000 acres of land, the Columbia  &'Western land grant, but does  not appear anxious to enter into  his own. Such distaste to take  what is coming by right is seldom  seen, but doubtless Heinze thinks  the administration of the C. P. R.  is^good enough for him.  a lot of liars there  is if the alle-  B i  gations are not true?  A group of smelter  men   were  talking  to a Greenwood  man on  Monday   last   in   Grand   Porks.  During the  conversation they remarked that the B. C. Copper Co. !  in Greenwood paid the best wages i  all round  of any  smelter  in the |  country. j  Poor Rockefeller is fast becoming impoverished. With Standard Oil stock selling at its recent  low point of 500, the stock's  shrinkage for the year has been  two hundred and thirty-four  millions.    Poor man!  of a provincial election being near  at hand. Many of the ridings  appear to be getting- ready for an  emergency.  In Okanagan Dr. McDonald  has beeu nominated by the Liberals, while in Kamloops J. D.  Swanson has been chosen by that  party to oppose Fulton.  The Conservatives have organized iu Delta and have made G. F  McKenzie standard beafer.  SCHOOL REPORT  Just now they are busy in Ottawa telling each other what they  tHink of each other. Say, did  yqu ever think what a lot of rascals arc down there if the allegations made are true, and what  King Leopold, the philanthropist, by the consent of the world,  has ravaged the Congo Free State  with the mercilinessof.an Attila.  He has grown immensely rich at  the sacrifice of his own manhood  and the lives of millions of blacks.  So much unexpected advertising matter has come in at the  last moment that we are unavoidably obliged to crowd much of  our reading matter matter out of  this week's issue.  The British Columbia mills,  like the British Columbia mines,  are busy. Lumber and copper  are good markets these days.  GETTING READY  Evidently a good deal of credence is being- placed in the report  Following- is the report of the public  ; school for the month of November:  j     Divisioi: I.--J. I_. W.it.son. teacher.  Pupil* actually attending  32  Average daily   attendance....'.  27.72  Por-enl-Ke '.  86.63  A virago    daily    attendance    for  :     November. 1905  26.57  ' Pupils present every .session���Leonard Allison, Kate Bernard, Jim Gal-  ! loway, Grace Holmes, Fred Jaynes,  . Marjorie McArthur. Annie Prout,  ' Francis Rowe. Willie  White.  Division II.���C. M.  Martin,   te.icher.  i Pupils actually attending  41  Average  daily attendance  36.90  Percentage ,....*... 90 00  Pupils present every session: Percy  | Archambault. Barnie Archambault,  1 Ruth Bernard. Leo Barnett, Jimniie  , Dermody, Maude Kales, George Eales,  i Alex Hunter. Edward Hardy, Ellen  j Hardy, Agnes Hood, Waiter Jordan,  | Georgia McDonald, Donald McAllister,  Grace Redpath, Dick Tay Lor..  I'  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  (F*  CF*  <r*  CF*  CF*  CF*  G=.  e=.  3=.  CF*  (Jf-*  Q=_.  cr**  _-<  �� ��  Capital, all paid up. $14,400,000. ���      Rest.:....: $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $159,831.84  Hon. President:   Lout,* Stkathcoka anij Mount Royal, G. C. M. G.  .���resident:    Sik GnoKBH A. DkoM-Iond, K. C. M. G. ���  Vice-President and General Manager:    E. S. Ci-ouston.  Brauciies in London, Eng. \ ��lJh.nPrS_. j-  J'.ny unci sell SteiTuif.' lCxcliaiti/. aud Cable Transfers : Grant Commercial an  Traveller-' (.reilits available in an. parl'i*. the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates  New York, Chicago.  Greenwood Branch,     W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.  7UM  ip  te_5  555  �����=_��  w-  1��J5  >=P  te_?  *=D  te-9  *=_>  *=��>���  *=_>  .=_���  THE CANADIAN  of co:  A-_P-__  S^l  Paid-up Cap.tal,$10,00,000.   Reserve''Fund, $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B.E, WALKER, General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Managn  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT t��a FOEXOWJM8 BAT-8 3  $S anil under ... . S ewa*  Over $3 acdi not exeeedfxiR $*8    6 cento  "   $.0       "���'���        M ��8D  SO cents  "   $30       H * $50......   15 cents  '"hese Orders are Payable at Par at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), ancl at the principal banking points in the United States.  NEGOTIABLE AT A FIXKD RA7 . AT  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COM-ilERCE, LONDON, ENG.  They form an-excellent melliou of rem it. iny; small sums of mont-i  with safety ;ind at small cost.  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed on deposits from SI upwards at current rates.  Greenwood Branch  W. ALLISON, Manager.  To Employers of Labor:  Are you conversant with the Workmen's Compensation  Act/ The only absolute protection offorded is a Liability Policy. The "OCEAN" Policies, (the largest  accident company in the world, with assets of over  Seven Million Dollars) provides a complete indemnity  against all liability, relieving you from all responsibility, worry and trouble-  Frederic W. McLaine,  District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  ���>���>���>���>���>��>���;  ><.4^��*XK"X*<KKK4<"^  ardandLivery Barn  I am  now conducting- the wood  business  formerly owned by Hugh McKee and am pre-,  prepared to supply the best quality of wood  at   lowest   prices.      Good- wood,  and, good  measure.    Phone your orders.  -V  y  y  i  __  RIVERSIDE   LIVERY  The best of Horses and Rigs at all times.  | HAY, GRAIN AND FEED STORE  , Chopped  Feed,   Hay   and   Grain.  y  I  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  Livery Phone 19,  Feed Store Phone 124 %  GEO. H. CROPLEY.  Proprietor,  .���___*___*_.+___*_..*___*___*___*_^^  %tytyty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  4  i*  \ty  \ ty  \ty  \ty  i*  I*  ;*  '���ty  Electric  current   supplied    for  tytytytytyty tyty ty^tytytytytytytytyty tytyty^  ty  ty  *  <��  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  Power, Lighting, Heating and  Ventilating. Power furnished  for Hoisting and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continuous power  service for operating.  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  4>  ty    #*  Ktytytytytytytytytytytyty$tytytytytytytytytytytytyK k-f-ffi^-fo'-^^  famnm^i i��ggi����nf*  mHmmi-  !l/\  BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  mwvu��wm>mmm,Mmi>u,im  Hlfflm��HP_u..imjiiMi_Hi-g-  Comfort  in cold  Chamois Vests $3.00  Chest Protectors  25c to $2.50  ���or���  if  you  want  to  make  your own  Chamois  Vests we have  Water Tanned  Chamois Skins  25e to $1.50  Oil Tanned  Chamois Skins :  1.5c to $2.-50  P. S.���Water Tanned  Chamois Skins are  . the ones to use for  making Chamois  Vests and Chest  Protectors.  White Bros.  Dispensing Chemists,  Opticians.  Several houses and  lots in Greenwood and  7_^n_Tcdn1fci~at~~ sacrifi ce  prices and terms.  Insurance of all kinds  and in the best companies.  Gaunce &  Wickwire  GREENWOOD  AKERY  Will open about  Dec. 15th  EVERYTHING IS NEW  Strictly   first-class   service.  Gleanings From the Throng of the Metropolis  G. SWAYNE, Prop,  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Naden-Flood  block.  Five O'clock Tea Sets 90c to  $10.00.    Anderson Bros.  We observe that our old friend.  Pec McSwain, is flourishing* in  Cranbrook.  Subject of sermon in the Methodist church Sunday evening will  be "The Ideal Christian."  The third large furnace of the  B. C.   Copper  Co. was  put into  commission on Saturday last.  The Bachelors' and Benedicts'  ball in Eagles hall this evening  promises to be a great success.  Blake Wilson, manager for P.  Burns & Co., has been in Greenwood inquiring into local conditions.  Mr. Painblanc, otherwise  Whitebread, the red handed ruffian of Niagara fame, has not yet  been apprehended.  That magnificent battleship in  the window of the "Big Store"  looks very formidable, but it is  only an attractive advertisement.  You can save money by getting  your Xmas presents at McRae  Bros.  Hugh F, Watts, who was assistant to engineer Leckie of the  Midway & Vernon a year ago, is  again in Greenwood^ Is it a  straw?  The Skating rink is proving an  attractive place of amusement.  The ice is in good condition and  the attending crowd the largest  eirer.  Mr. R.o H. Eggleston of New  York, secretary of the B. C. Copper Co., has been in town several  days recently, in conference with  the resident managers.  Percy Jackson, who has had a  long siege of typhoid fever in the  hospital, is again out, looking  white, but natural. His friends  are glad to greet him again.  Mr. W. L. Austin, the noted  geologist, of New York, who  spent some weeks investigating  the Mother Lode mine last summer, is again in the district, a  guest of the Imperial.  Men, lots of them, and of the  best type, are coming into camp  daily for the B. C. Copper. Co.'s  mines and smelter. The wages  being the best, the men ought to  be the best obtainable.  Absolutely pure Honey and  Maple Syrup.    Anderson Bros.  Harry Shallenberger has been  in town during the week. When  interviewed regarding work on  the Moreen., he was uoncommuni-  cative, but held out some hopes  that he might be able to talk  after a little.  The funeral of the late Norman  McLeod of Boundary Falls, took  place from the undertaking parlors on Tuesday last. Local Masons followed the remains  to the  C. P. R. depot, whence they were  shipped to Seaforth, Ont.  Industrious and artistic fingers  have been very busy for the  Bandfair, and a beautiful display  of fancy work for the approaching event may be seen in the  windows of the drug stores of  White Bros, and Thomas & Co.  Mr. W. Russell, the pleasant,  gentlemanly ledger keeper of the  Bauk of Montreal here, is to be  presently transferred to New  Westminster. The patrons of  the bank will regret his departure, for to his modest manliness  he adds careful attention to his  duties.  Although the month of November fell behind October in the  returns of the Greenwood Customs office, the month's showing  was very satisfactory. The returns for the month were as follows: Customs, $4,264.05; inland  revenue, S2,154.50; total, $6,-  418.55.  "Out In Idaho" held the boards  at the Auditorium Tuesday evening, before an audience that was  not very large. As the name  implies, the flavor of the entire  thing was frontier���mining  camps, card playing, stilettos  and guns, But- they got married  in the end. The feature of the  evening was the rope work of a  typical cowboy.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings.  Get your Diaries for 1907 at  McRae Bros.  Jack Farrell, who owns some  valuable claims near Hartford  Junction, has hied him away to  Nevada to winter.  Inspector J. D. Gillis, who visited the Greenwood  schools  last  Friday, spoke  very  favorably of  , the work being done in   both   departments.  New pack canned goods just in  Andersen Bros.  We note with pleasure the return of Charles Peterson to our  midst. After several years residence in Anaconda he recently  went to Spokane, but has returned to the employ of the B. C.  Copper Co.  Although the strike at the B. C.  Copper Co. has been settled ouly  a week everything is again running 'in full blast. There are  now nearly twenty more, men on  the Mother Lode pay roll than  when the mine closed down.  Xmas cards and Burnt Leather  Xmas Post Cards at McRae Bros.  Messrs. Lofstad and Benson,  the enterprising proprietors of the  Ladysmith hotel, are building a  substantial cottage on Gold street.  This firm has been buying a good  deal of real estate and otherwise  showing their faith in Greenwood  recently.  Collector McCutcheon; who has  been making a success of flower  culture for the pa.st two years, is  now interested in a new departure. In the hallway of the Wallace-Miller block may be seen  something rather unique for this  section���a two-year-old lemon  tree with full grown fruit on it  and in bloom at the same time.  Right Goods, Right Prices,  Right Place.    Anderson Bros.    ���  Jack Kelley met with a rather  serious accident at the smelter on  Saturday last. Slipping, he fell  a distance of twenty feet to the  hard ground below. To add to  his misfortune, a large plank,  dislodged by his fall, came down  upon him. He was removed to  the Sisters'.hospital and Dr. Foster summoned. He is making  progress toward recovery.  A Kansas banker, who has been  reading of the merits of the Duncan and Bounty Fraction, at  Beaverdell, thinks he wants some  stock in the Wallace Mountain  Mining company, and has sent a  draft for $1,000 for the same. He  is to all appearances buying into  a promising concern^ if good  ,property=and���good-administratioti"  count.  McRae Bros, have on display  the finest line of goods for Xmas  presents ever shown in the city.  W. H. Jeffery, M; E., has secured an option on the stock of  Messrs. Ley son and Lucy in the  McRae Copper mines at Dead-  weed, and in this way secured  majority control of what is believed to be an excellet property.  The chief mining claim of the  company is the Ah There, adjoining the Greyhound. Considerable work has been done on the  Ah There, and the mineral showings are very fine.  AT WASHINGTON  The Morning Post of London,  Eng., recently had an article in  its columns advocating that a  Canadian be appointed to the  British Ambassadorship at Washington upon the retirement of  Sir Mortimer Durand. The argument was. that owing to the close  relations existing between the  United States and Canada such a  step might be good policy and  good business as well. Doubtless  there are many Canadians who  would render fitting service in  this important diplomatic position, and doubtless there are  many more who think they could.  IS THERE ANY REDRESS?  Jas G. McMynn met with an  accident at the railway crossing  at Boundary Falls the other day.  He escaped without injury, but  some day an appalling calamity-  will occur there.  The highway crosses the C. P.  R. tracks, or rather the C. P. R.  crosses the highw ay, twice at the  smelter, and in addition to the  danger from passage of trains  aud shunting of cars, the road is  blocked sometimes for a considerable length of time. We do not  suppose much can be made out of  the railway. It will do as it  likes, and the public may submit  with or without grace. Public  interest, public safety appear of  little moment to the great corporation. ,  In addition to the two crossingo  referred to, there are two others  a short distance south. A few  miles of road properly located  would obviate all the inconvenience and danger of all these  dangers.  The C. P.. R. should have been  compelled long ago to remedy the  danger to travel it created at this  point, and if the government ; is  powerless to compel the railway  to do this, then the government  should take the matter in hand.  But the evil day will be put off  until somebody's life is forfeited,  and then something will be done.  Not till then, apparently.  We ask the- government and  we ask the C. P. R., is there ho  redress for public inconvenience  and danger at this death trap  combination at the Boundary;  Falls smelter?  AT THE AUDITORIUM  The Harold Nelson company  gave the people of Greenwood  two pleasant evenings at the  Auditorium this week, in the  plays "A Soldier of Fortune"  and "The Virgian."  ... In both instances the parts were  well sustained throughout and  the chief role could not complain  of his support.  The people of Greenwood have  a warm place in their .hearts for  Harold Nelson, and he always repays their presence by clean,  healthy, stimulating pastime.   .���  It may not be amiss right here  -O call the attention of the management of the Auditorium to  the need of better supervision of  its playhouse if it is to continue  the resort of people who go to  such a place to behave themselves, to enjoy the evening and  to allow others to enjoy it. Those  who pay twice as much for a seat  down stairs as those do who go  "intolhT-galleries, l_liv^l_o~riglit  to be annoyed 03' the gods above.  And smoking, throwing missiles  and undertone conversation during an entertainment do annoy  particularly the ladies. Of course  when the curtain is a half hour  or more late in ringing up, as  sometimes happens, an apparent  excuse exists for some means of  putting iu the time.  A, new species of torture seems  to have been added to the list by  a systematic creaking aud groaning of seats and chairs, a nuisance unrelieved by any features  of true fun.  We do not wish to be out of  sympathy with young life, but in  the cause of public comfort and  public safety we think a better  order of things could be inaugurated without sacrifice to an v  one.  A PRESENTATION  Water Cure for Constipation.  Half a pint of hot water taken 'lalf  an hour before breakfast will usually  keep the bowel*, regular. Harsh cathartics should be avoided. When a  purgative i.-. needed, take Chamberlain'*  Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are  mild and gentle in their action. For  ���ale by all drug-gists.  Mr. and Mrs- Lamb Remembered by  Their Many Friends.  The young- people of the Presbyterian church tendered Mr. and Mrs. H. O.  Lamb a farewell social atthe.hom_ of  Rev. Mr. and Mrs. McKee last Monday-  night. A large number of their friends  were present to wish them success in  their new home in New Westminster.  During the course of the evening the  young people presented the infant  daughter ot the guests with ;i handsome silver .��,poon and baby server.  Mi*?s McCutcheon made the presentation. Rev. Mr. McKee spoke of the  loss the church and community would  sustain in the removal of Mr. and Mrs.  Lamb. Mr. Lamb suitably replied.  Mr. and Mrs. Lamb left Wednesday  afternoon for New Westminster, where  they will reside in the future.  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.  OF ALL KINDS  Dolls  Dolls  mn.*& fit  ���Ms Jp.  TA:-.si__  They are all here ready for  your- selecting, the handsomest and best lot ever  imported into Greenwood.  We would advise early hxx\-  ing as the values are impossible of duplicating.  Dressertlls���'MrtoifcOO-  U-flressed Dolls 25c to $4.50  Just received- frdm the  7  facton7  FRESH LOWNEY'S  CHOCOLAfES  _IQi��IHEt> *���**"  "name ON EVERY PIECE."  Chocolate Bonbons*  FOR SALE BY  in boxes from 15c to $5.00  R  j    BOOKSELLERS,   -  STATIONNRS  I    ��� OFFICE SUPPLIES. =  Copper St.  Phone 33 -��<;_,_  (MM  Y/sHTER  -;i5>SU-fti'j  ._,'-,*. air, ��� :; *.!:;-���-:���:  . r..'..:.:'.*.: ���-I:v v ������    '.'>  \.;!I v'j >':���;..    !,Pi7.7i::  7I7 Co;^ri'v..  H _..t .roi;. '���  ..if.ni tr^i-.'i, 7'ln*-  po.uU   {.-���  &5.'!.. .**���'���  ,   Ban  .. :'.ti    c  .-)'! o.-n i  .ro'Uo,  ic-Oiat*.  John  isa_i c>.  tu   conii'.'c.H  3.4.55.  Tickets will be sold daily November  24th to December 3lst.  C��.��i responding rates will be quoted  to all eastern Canadian points iron,  all Kootenay stations.  This is an unusual opportunity to  visit eastern Canada or the Old Co.mtry  at Christmas at a low rate.  Detailed information sailing lists,  for ocean steamers, first class or toucist  aleeper reservations ou application to  local agents, or write   .  J. S. Carter, D, P. A.,  Nelson, B. C.  Father (to aspirant to the hand of his  daughter)���Suppose I should fail and  lose my last cent; would you still ask  ���ne for my daughter?  l��over���Naturally. I know you to be  a man capable of getting to work again  and make another fortune. II Mondo  Umoristico.  "So you find that it is much more  economical to do your cooking your-  aeli?"  '���Without doubt; now my husband  does not eat the half of -what he did  when I kept a cook."  No Opium in Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy.  There is not the least danger in giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to  small children as it contaiis no opium  or other harmful drug. It has an es  tablished reputation of more than thirty  ���years as the most successful medicine  in use for e.Ids, croup and -whooping  cough. It always cures and is pleasant  to take.   Children like it.    Sold by all  druggists.  ,     .  ; ___    ���        ��� |  SUNDAY SERVICES.  Cathowc.���Church of the Sacred  Heart.���Divine service 1st, third and  fourth Sunday in each month. Holy  mass at 10 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 7:30 p. m.: Sunday school at  2:30 p.m. Rev. J. A. Bedahd, '��.. M. I.,  pastor.  Anglican���:St. Jude's. Rev. John  Leech-Porier, B. D., pastor. Services  at 8 a. in.'.,' 11 .a. m. and 7.3-0 p. m ;  Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. All seats  free Midway, 2nd and 4th Sunday  each monfh at 3:30 p.m. Phoenix, 1st  and 3rd Sunday each month at 3:30  p. m.        i'���'���..  Presbyterian���St. Columba, Rev.  M. D. Hacltte, pastor. Service* 11 a.  m. -.nd 7:^)-p.-ai.i-Sm-day-school 2:30  p. m.       ^  MKTHODIBT���Rev.   H.   S. Hasting*,  pastor   Service* at 11 a. m. and 7:30  p. m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p. m.  We have  them  with 3  drawers  1 moulding board  and two  flour bins. Price $7.00 and  they are worth twice the  money.;  A. L. WHITE & CO.  HOUSBPUBNISHERS  .  PHONE   16  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE  The undersigned Druggist at the earnest solicitation of the Ferrol Co.,  Limited, of Toronto, has made a thorough and searching investigation into the  merits of FERROL, and of the methods of that Company, and he finds that:  Every cure claimed by the Company is absolutely genuine; that FERROL is  manufactured cfrom the best quality of Munn's Celebrated Cod Liver Oil (the whole  of the oil) and is richer in oil than any other emulsion, and while it contains just  the right quantity of the best form of Iron and Phosphorous, it is so scientifically  prepared, that not one in a thousand finds any trouble in taking it; that the medicine  has accomplishecTthe most amazing results in its own city; that its sales in the Home  City have been phenomenal; that it is endorsed by all druggists without hesitation or  qualification; that it is, in short, all the Company claims for FERROL, and more.  The more I investigated the more 'enthusiastic 1 became. It is no  longer,a question of my willingness to ..audio the preparation���FERROL���but  how can I  bring it to the immediate suffering of this city?  eavy  responsibility, but I have faith in the honesty and fairness of the Ferrol Company, Limited,  the unequalled merits of their preparation, FERROL. "       .,r.T��m��   ��������  (Signed)- WHITE   BROS."  I find also that the druggists in other cities have taken upon themselves the solemn responsibility of  standing behind this medicine; and that these druggists have made in each city a daring and remarkable  distribution of full-sized bottles.  Impressed by the action of our fellow-druggists, and convinced that they would not have given this remedy  such unqualified approval without positive knowledge of its merits, I have decided''to lollow their example and  distribute free of, charge  L=____  It is  of Toronto,  a h  and  100 Large-Bottles offFERROL Free to the Sick, December IX)  ��SfiG_&-u_:  !?*w_kZ..* C  at WHITE BROS., Red Cross Pharmacy, Greenwood, B. G.  �����-.  Ha has purchased  from   th��   Ferrol   Co.,   Limited,  of   Toronto,  a   large   number   of  _Jb-tblM_pf____ds_i^^  from any form of blood trouble ; any person who is.run down, discoui'ii^ed -ind iu need of n  powerful tonic; any person suffering from Coughs. Colds, Bronchitis, Croup'and all  Bronchial or Lung Trouble, Chronic Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Insomnia, Loss of Weight  and all wasting diseases; any person who has sought relief in any other remedy or Cod  Liver Oil preparation, and failed to find it, cut out the certificate printed herewith, fill out  .he blank lines, present it at the store on the dates given, and get a bottle of this wonderful  preparation, FERROL, Free.  It wus necessary for me to purchaHe a large quantity in order to have the privilege of  making this free distribution, anil the rusponsiiiiiity assumed by me in this matter, I am  positive will be appreciated by the public, and the immense .sales that are sure to follow  will more than compensate me for the expenditure involved.  There is absolutely no sentiment iu this _ndo..s_m-ut of FHRROL. lt is merely a  business recognition of a preparation that possesses positive in'-it, and a keen desire on  the part of a progressive concern to always supply the best goods at the lowest |>>i.s_ii>Iu price.  Maintaining a first-class Drug Store, the above li'.ivi.d. Druggist occupies a com-  nanding position ia the retail drug trade id'this city, and aliuo.sfc every ivinedy that in offered  to the public seeks as outlet through his store. But with an eye single to the interests of  his many patrons he is careful to handle tho most reliable preparations. Consequently  when a medicine is recommended and endorsed by this Druggist, that medicine must  have merit.  The above Druggist, after a rigid investigation, described elsewhere in this announce-  nent, has decided to make, upon his own responsibility, the most remarkable distribution  of medicine ever attempted in this city. Convinced by personal experience of the  extraordinary merit- of .  THIS CERTIFICATE,  im  properly filled out and signed, entitles the holder to one large sized  bottle of FERROL (Cod Liver  Oil, Iron and Phosphorus), if presented at -^yhite Bros,, on Mon-��  day, December ,10, from 9 a.m.,  until samples are exhausted.  Name of Patieiit,.  TVdU r _W7^7777^7777:  Disease, _....���  The bearer of this certificate hereby  agrees to give this . medicine a thorough  and faithful trial and to report to the  di li^i-i-r named -ibuve, within three weeks,  tin: iih-MOV'.rJ condition of his health that is  almost absolutely ri_r_uin to follow.  1 his Coupon, mil-.- b_ presenter by adults.  No other distribution will be made, and it will be necessary for^you  to come early in order to be sure of securing a large size  bottle of FERROL ABSOLUTELY FREE  REMEMBER, only ONE bottle will be given to each family.    Tell your friends of this Wonderful  Offer for fear they will not see this advertisement.  WHAT IT IS AND WHY  YOU SHOULD TAKE IT  THS FEI-BOL OOu, -___-____��  Gmr  May S4tb, 1905  New Westminster, B- C.  Receives .botb .idle, ind gentlemen as real- I  dent or day^ttjdents- Has a complete bnstots- !  or commercial course. Prepare, students to :  gain teacher*1 certificatesof all grades,. Give.  tbe four years'1 course for the B. A. degree, and ;  tbe fir.t yejir of-the of the School of Science j  course, In affiliation with Toronto University. '  Has a special "Prospectors' Coarse" for miners j  who work In B. C.  Ins tract ion is also given In Art, Mas'c, Physical Culture and Elocution.  Term opens September 17,1906. For calendar,  ctc.ad4.aM COLOMBIAN COLLEGE.  ��__��� bottU of FBfM&OLI aaeorad from  jmm, I bar* brand to do great good. My  na aaad it far a bad sold, aad it eared  _____ Ik-_3-vittob-an��ZDS__an- _��s_ady  f*rabad_old_--dforb---d_i_gap��non up  I might Mj thai it-vm a  doctor Maud of __J__- ia the  mm^f, vbooB^itfa-ldasoa. aadapoka to  ___�����-ft. I __.t�� ____�� rooomrnandad it  te a Bie& bbbj cf ray frlsT>_k- to tsj.  TeQ_9 tnsiyv  9m Bk VXBSX9B  strength and tho ��y._e u is rendered peculiarly  susceptible tu the ittt-"ks of di.--.e-  il strengthens the musoles, tones up th.  nerves, improve* the vitality, strengthens the  action of tne heart, and builds up the whole  system ho that the yermi? of disease can obtain  no foothold. " i.  It ha. a wonderful recuperative ett'eci en the  Brain���brin��in.r to ii   In pri��i��i*r fiirm Pho  WHAT t'EUKai. l��OKS.���A careful pern, .il  of tin: for:g"*ns wilt p:_dily su.vcc*.! to toreador what. V EK HOI 11 oe..  Tt build.s up Uie run down conetilution ��< no  other preparation c^n.  It cures Anwiuts, no rualtcr how chronic, hy  supplying the b!oo.I with jitst \Vhat it reituins  in the only form i'i which impoverished blood  can ba so.upplied.       _,  ... .     .  It prevent. Co.isuuipfidu by fortifying the Iphot-Un, the Llraiii's etiief connlituent; attack-  conatltuliou_i;ai!ib: its atl.Jcks. I of depression and  morbidness,   "brain  fujr,"  It restore*  .Vcrvua* vitality in a manner 'etc. are dispelled���the cure is ba?al. con. true  little -hort of marvWlous. ittive and complete  It cure. Cough., Colds, Bronchia, and kin-i WHAT IT IS .\OT--It is not* "Patent M��di-  dred diseane- bv building up the constitution ioine"���the ing. edicnls are freely made known,  so that the sysi e-in will throw off the di^tta.e by ionly the metho;i of mauufactun; l>einK .ecret-  xatdbjii. PKOfEss���a very different thing from j KK.IIEIIBEK���There is only one Kmulsion  the usual morhod of treatment by administer- of t'��Ml Urer Oil, Ir��i_ aud I'ho.'.pborus, and  ingcoiig;h medicines aud other drug, which art* i hat one is Kl.I_t.oi..  sure to Impair diKe��tion and are always dob": r- j If you feel the need of a Hestoratiro see that  UtiiiRin their oJFect-. FKBKOL. >m the nth' riyott (jet FHRUOIj and do not be put off -with  hand, while removing thedi-ea.e. at the r*tiiio'*-'>tnethiuic "just a^ gooA"���tli?-rc j'_ nothing  time incrka-J..   t>ik-WBioitr, K.snicnt;-   ihQ.h-ilf so g��od���nothing "jusl tlis. nam?."    Pro-  blood and  improves  the  _<_,tienl  in   every  respect  It as-usta in the development of delicate in-  Uvt uour&tlf.  Cod Liver Oil, Iron and Phosphorus are not  new remedial agents:   for ages their merits  fants and children, and It la particularly valuihive been known mid recognized, and for many  Jkbie  f��Tr _��oye'*Rd- Rid) at   the  pi-rlu-:   otaears ptiy .ciiins hav. indulged the hope that  ^4l_IJfaw-i'MwBwn4'��H>iNxahoV-.{^iii-) day a -StUf.-jory combinatioD of tla'*o  ftjr to sBtgro-c- tiielrlce_ue<_i_- would be perfected and  !__����� Sal  m*9  m  benefit of their  llfe-girtac  properties _w_��  available.  In "Feruol" (kut bope ha* at last fceea  fully nnll/.-cl, -nd the practical benefit*  resulting from its use havo far exceeded the  tno.it sanguine expectations.  The..e agon!.*- are combined iu a -cieiiLifically  nropar-d Kmulcion .o palatable thai. eTen a  nur.i!i_ infant can and will take it readily.  eveu greedily : so eaaiiy assimilated that the  most delicate digestive organs will dispaso of  it with le��s illmVulty than they would experience in Lhe (ligation of fie plainest food.  WHAT IT IS.- ���TEttllOI.." a. its nam*  implies, i_ composed ni.-iini.-.- of Oil *>nd Iron-  it f_. in shoi-:. a PMiKtcr Emulsion- or Coti  Liver Oil and'Irox, wi:h a modicum of  Phosphorus added, and U positively the ���nly  Iirepnrailoi. combin ng the^e inercdiciite.  The a;ipar,mtly .���Ntniva.a.it. i-laim that it  h is noeipiai in its'.I'ctilj.ir-I'licre its based on  the f.llowi.'ig cn:ii!ii.jii seitsu re��sons:  It combines in p>v!at:ible form Ooil ItTfr *HL,  the greatest li--tie-builder and riesU-prodi.cer  known to medical science, with Iron, ths ont  land only a^ent which will supply impoverished  ��� B:ood with the red corpuscles wi.ieh it mnst  [have In order to insure a healthy condition,  land phosphorus which t_a�� no equal as a  Kerretoaie. ^^Jfoi-V-^  ;^;rir;i7>^rrv"'��"^*'*>~^^  J*_^i:K'..?A3J^f^----^i--:_Xi'J_-*Xi:-_-l'to_!!-?  m  i;.;.-- ������ : ���  .VVj\.    .'.'   .  fc"*'  House, sign and all exterior and  and interior painting and decor,  ating promptly done.  iUall Papering  End Kalsomining  Send in your spring orders.  0e��*fi*Cbomp$oBi  o  Box���255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street.  ��0<K>0<>0000<><>00<>0<>000<K>C<><>0  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED.  GREENWOOD,   :   B. C.  9 PHONE 65. g  OCKIOOOOOOOOOOO ooooaoooo OO O  S.BARRY YUILL  PRACTICAL     .WATCHMAKER       AND  JEWELLER.  All workguaranteed    GREENWOOD  Elkhorn  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 b}' insisting on having  "ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEER  TEL- 13S  Eil MIRY %  King of All Couch Medicines.  Mr. E. G. Case. :i mail carrier of  Canton Center, Conn., who has been  in the U. S. service fur about sixteen  years, says: "We have tried many  cough medicines fur croup, but Chamberlain's Cough Ki-mody is king of all  and one to lie relied upon every time  We also find it the best remedy for  coughs and colds, giving certain re-  aults and leaving no bad after effects."  For sale by all druggists.  HE WAS PROUD  Mrs. Stubblefield���Come on. paw,  let's go in here an' get our dinner.  Paw���Naw, I won't. I ain"t got the  proper clothes oti. It always makes me  feel so durned cheap tom.et them waiters in everjin' dress when I only got  my everyday suit on.���Minneapolis  Journal.  MR. FAIR'S ENDORSATION  Receives from the East the Most De -  siralble Semi-Ready Garments.  Charles H. Fair, managing partner of  P. W. George & Co., says that the new  fall and winter styles of the semi-ready  tailoring are a revelation in this new  and modern method of making men's  clothes.  "In all my experience in th.; east  and west," said Mr. Fair, *��� "I have  never handled goods which inspire me  with so much enthusiasm." This endorsation from such a critical source  compels one to accept the new physique  type system of tailoring clothes from  the highest class of materials. Mr.  Fair comes of a long line of mercantile  ancestors, and his success in the west  can be attributed to a splendid judgment in securing exclusive control of  just such goods as "Setni->-.Ready."  BANDFAIR  AN UP-TO-DATE PERFORMER  The shades of night wcue  falling fast  As through a Boundary village  passed  A maid who bore mid snow and ice,   -  That banner with its strange device,  BANDFAIK.  Try not to graft, the old man said,  Dark lowers the shadows over head,  The lighted hall will cost you deat,  But still she answered with a tear,  BANDFA-R.  ���Anonymous.  It is an enigma what has become of  the millions on millions of cents that  are minted annually (the production  varies from 25,000,000 to 90,000,000 a  year), they simply vanish from right  and are gone forever. The phenomenon  seems strange, and is not easily accounted for. The solution of the problem seems to be that cents are subject  to more accidents than any other coins;  that they change hands ten times as  often as dimes, for example, and, being  of small value, they are not cared for.  Thus it is that the mint in Philadelphia is obliged to keep turning out  pennies at au average rate of about  4,000,000 a month in order to keep up  the supply.  Alloys of manganese and silicon  with a small percentage of iron are  being much used as deoxidizers in the  manufacture of steel. There is an  objection to any alloy, if. it-is,..to be  considered as a perfect deoxidizer,  containing iron except to a very small  extent. For this reason metallurgists  have for some time been endeavoring  to produce an alloy containing an extremely low percentage of iron arid  carbon with proportions of silicon and  manganese as nearly as possible 30 per  cent silicon and 70 per cent raangan :se.  HIS OPINION  ���'You're extravagant,'' said uncle.  "These cigars are a lpt better than the  ones' I smoked at your age "  "Yes," muttered nephew, in an ill  concealed aside, -'they're a lot better  than what you smoke now."���Cleveland  Leader.  -^_7Cr s, _0_ld un___Is^illLit^ieinW^h^^ay^  they adulterate food?  Mrs. Newly wed���Yes, indeed. I  bought an egg plant the other day, and  I don't believe there was a bit of egg  in it.  There is nothing supernatural about  the work of McEwen, the Great, who  is to appear here next week. He is a  scientist and accounts for everything  he does upon natural laws, and the  feats, or whatever they may be called,-  he accomplishes, may all be explained  in a natural way, They ate not of a  character that gives one the creepy,  era wling feeling, and sends ene home  believing in ghosts, spooks and the  like. They are, however, more wonderful because they are real, performed by  a power which, though we do not understand, is as fixed and as much a rail of  nature itself as the law of gravitation  and other known forces.  Thus, while we see a- woman suddenly  disappear into space before, our very  eyes, we know she is human, material  and so governed bv established natural  laws that it is impossible for her to  vanish in thin air Yet, where does  sin; go, and how is the illusion produced? These are the questions, to  solve the mystery of which students  will go nightly to the performances of  the Great McEwen, and return more  mystified than ever. Each evening's  ���jntertainment winds you deeper in the  toils until you are compelled to confess  yourself beaten and acknowledge the  presence of a master.  While magic will constitute the major  portion of the performance, still enough  time will be given to hypnotism to  thoroughly delight those enjoying this  humorous exhibition, and also prove to  scientific minds his complete control of  the highest forms of mental philosophy*  McEwen will'be supported by a company of clever entertainers, including  several headline vaudeville acts,, and  his whole performance will be clothed  in new and special scenery. He comes  to the Auditorium for two nights, beginning December 12. Popular prices  will prevail,  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  I. H. HALLETT  ��� : barrfstek, sol-citok,  Notary Ptblic.  Cable Address:      " Hallktt."  ( Bedford M'Neill's-  Codes < Moreing- & Neat'.  Leiber's  Greenwood, B. C.  J. P.McLEOD  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Of pices in P.O. Box 31  RENDELL BLOCK Phone 81  Over Bank of Montreal     GREENWOOD, B.C  ^FRESHEST BREAD  Cakes, Buns and Pastry  alwaj's ou hand. We also  cany a first class stock of  Staple Groceries.   :   :   :  Vienna Bakery  A- SAKR1S, Proprietor. 7  Phone B 28.  J. R   BROWN,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Tel. 92. Notary Public  Offices, Wallace-Mil!er Block,  Greenwood, B. C.  F. M. LAMB,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office with E. W. McLaine.  Coppre Street. Greenwood, B. C  W. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting Mining: Engineer.  Properties examined  and reported   on.   Will  take charg-e of development work.  Correspondence solicited.  GREENWOOD.  B.   C.  MANY KNOW IT  Little Willie���What are "debts," pa?  Pa���"Debts," my son, are the silent  partners of experience.���Chicago News.  SOUP AND ICE CREAM FOR HIM  He���Do  you   think  13 is an unlucky  number?  '���"'��� She���I should say so. I was giving  a dinner last night to 12 friends. A  thirteenth one came along at the last  minute, and I didn't have but a dozen-  knives and forks in the house.���Detroit  Free Press.  A. HARRY HOOK  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  Control and Umpire  Assays aJSpecialty.  iSS-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.  NOTICE  QF  APPLICATION TO PURCHASE  Nov. 14th, 1906.  NOTICE is hereby g-iven that sixty days  afterdate, [intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following- described  lands :���      ��� '-._���  Beginning at a post marked Mrs. Avis  Poole's location post, on the "West side of the  Main Rettle River about 3 J_ miles above the  Forks at Westbridge; running south 80 chains,  along the bank of the River, West 40 chains.  North 80 chains, thence East 40 chains to point  of commencement.  Dated November 14th. 1909.  (Signed) MRS. A. POOLE,  by her agent Yale Columbia Lumber Co  INB50R  TEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with  electric  lights,  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar excells  all others.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  i*W^^ii?*%��-Vi<.  lu every si reel, oi every tanurii.m town you  will iiici'l with ;i_ue.n_c pris and women!  Look at the pale Ups, ihe waxy complexion,  ilie dark i-in^s rouiul ihe eyes, the spriiiuless  cuiTiag'c! Are y->�� a sulterer? ..memia  me.-ns thai the ufooii is deficient in red  corpuseles���ihose miiiiiie bodies which cj-rry  oxygen and curry energy to all ihe orjc-uis.  Bi leans icplenisli .hose corpuscles. ..i'cuus  so act upon stoma- Ii, iiver and iutcsti.es that  every hit of i'uod you ukc is traii>roriiied in o  nutriment. This i> how they cm*'' iin.i^cslioii,  cure aiuemia, cire general delr.il ty. Assimilated nutriment ..lotto, can cute -inaiuia.  lSileuus ensure perfect :issimil:��ton. Prove  them!   mmm! 1c s.-uisp tor trial box.  Was  Weak,   Debilitated  Ansemic  Bileans riade tier Well  and  but nothing seemed able tn _v>.  wa9 mv state when Bileim w _n  nn* ba��:k my lost strength.    Sneh  broiiiiht to niv notiet*.    The   tir-t  Miss E. Reed, of Kingston, (On-.), Im* pro-red  how to those rundown, debilitated iiiid-ineiiiic,  Bileans come as an unspeakable ble^s'ujf. Sin-  says:���'"I was ill, ame:ii e, my blood was im  poveriahed, and 1 was alt-.-aether run down.  My food did not seem to d'> nie any good. I  had pains in the chest, was iict-vous a.n.1 mis* r-  able.    I tried fii-at one thini. and then   uu-tln-i-.  few doses of this herbal remedy relieved me somwhat, and a ilu  perseverance with their use restored nie to health. Bilean. me  splendid remedy, and I cannot speak to<> highly of them. I;  ans are aso a 6ure for  liN.i.ejti-11, iMJi-tip.ition, pil...,  r_<-r,iii_t7iii. kidn-y ili^a-e, :  eh<-t -md ln-tw.en th. 3*iou.1m  kW.. Send ..ii. ..���e.'it t��. the Hi!*  ui-'lf-u you. , All "lru.jifi.ta sell v  . ct-*-r*t".f yrl-t I') l.oxe* for ... "��� ���  !n..le ailmei.C- awl i. r<"-'ubr'i'e-. Iirer i-hiil,  ��� ��� in.pr.::tie., wiii.l .-}.��Mt)-, pain- iu lhtr  1 ..r i uri^estioii, h li'<n-Tif���,, ��i.:k h^:..t* -l.e,  ��� '*'-.. Toro:iif>. --.ii.l ir*-*- ^uiupln r,ox will b*  e. :i Im, or po^t ir..-. from the" Company upon  -=*.. Pk7?^i��j7?*r\ _j== ��� ���     '  1 j  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead 7  Resrulations. |[  7.    ,' ���"  ANY available Domiuiou Lands within the  Railway "Belt in British Columbia, .m:iv��  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. ���'     jf;!  ���/..Entry must be made personally at the local  land office for the district in which the land is  situate. .      ]  The homesteader is required to perform tlie  conditions connected therewith under one of  the following- plans: i  (1) At least six months'residence upon and  cultivation of the laud 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 qr  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 idence may  be satisfied  by residence upon -  the said laud. ' ;  Six months' notice in writing- should be (riven  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at  Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre  for soft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not-.mor.  thaii 320 acres can be acquired bv one individual or companv. Royalty at the rate of ten  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.  vertisement will not be paid for. 32-59  'THE MILWAUKEE'  "The Pioneer Limited." St.  Paul to Cliica_o, "Short Line"  Omaha to Chicago. ".South-  west Limited." Kansas City  to Chicago.  No tlalns In the service on any railway  in tbe world that equals In equipment  that of tbe       .  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 elsewhere. Berths on their sleepers are  longer, higher and wider than in similar  cars on any other line. They protect  their trains by the Block system.   .  For further information call oi yonr  local ticket agent, or  H. S. ROWE. General Agent.  134 Third avenue,  Portland, Ore.  R. L. FORD. Commercial Agent-  618 Riverside A ve.,  Spokane, Wash  THE  17  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. IS, 1906)  Is a dozen books in- one, covering the  history, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Terminology, Uses, Statistics and Finances of  Copper. It i.s a practical book, useful  to all and necessary to most men engaged in any branch of the Copper  Iuduetry.  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 Eng-  'ish without fear or favor.  Its lists and describes 4626 Copper  Mines and Companies iu 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  '.  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 copner statistics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English.  Price is So in Buckram with gilt top;  57.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  HORACE J. STEVENS i  Editor and Publisher.  453 Postoffice Block, Houghton,  -Michigan.- ^  tf MERCHANT TAILORS  Earge Bsserttnent of English |  Silver Plated Goods  In Lunch and Breakfast Cruets, Toast Racks, Marma^  lades, Butter  Dishes, Sugars and Creams. Biscuit Jars, |  Salad and Preserve Dishes, and many more pieces tot.  numerous to mention,  All the latest designs in Japanese Chinaw'are in  Cups and Saucers, Sugars and Creams. Salad Dishes,  Chodolate Jars, Tobacco Jars, Biscuit Jars, Jardineres,  etc,  Gold Traced Victor Stock Pattern Always in Stock  Ji ALARMED  At the Progress Made by  SemL'Ready Tailoring.  Company Have Now 70 Semi-Ready  Wardrobes in Canada,Where There  Were But Three Eight  Years Ago.  10 PIECE TOILET SETS  FROM  $3.50 toS  97, 102, 116 PIECE DINNER SETS FROM  SIO.OO to $40.00  The  Russell-Law-Caulfield, Co.Ltd  Hardware  Furnishings  Grocer  les  FOR  LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN  that  will not  We are abso-  :_^  RELIEF  Some measure of relief is iu  sight for the mining industry of  the Boundary. The recent budget  speech of Finance Minister Fielding discloses the fact. When  Minister Fielding aud his associates were in Greenv;ood over a  year ago, the mining men of the  district waited on them and discussed the tariff as affecting the  mining industry. At that time  consideration was promised the  cause when the matter of tariff  revision came up. The proposed  revision of the tariff has now-  been presented and the following  items of amelioration are noticed:  Blast furnaces for copper are  placed on the free list, and all iu-  '.egral-parts-of-mining=machiiiei_y.  on the free list are also admitted  free. Briquetting plants are also  on the free list, and the duty on  giant powder is reduced from 3  cents to 2% cents per pound,  Another important change is  that sl.g trucks used at copper  smelters are admitted free.  Referring- to the progress made by  the new art of men's tailing a New-  York journal recently prophesied that  in a few years the old-time journeyman  tailor would he as scarce as a brevier  compositor in a daily newspaper office.  Semi-ready tailoring- has made such  strides in recent years that the tailoring-journals are advising organization  ancl action on -the part of merchant  tailors to combat the new idea. In bold  type the National Fashion Bulletin recently issued "'Confidential Circular  No. 1," to the custom tailors, and quoted a prominent speaker at the merchant  tailors' banquet, who said:  "Unless we combat the semi ready  houses our profession will in a few  years be in the same condition as the  custom shoe trade is now. A. few vrUl  pay big prices for custom   made.    The  rest will we_.r semi-ready."  * .        * �� * *     '  The strides made by the.setni-ready  tailoring in Canada have been remarkable. In Torolo recently two new semi-  ready wardrobes were opened. In Montreal three new semi-ready agencies  were opened. A. M. Campbell, a manager of the Merchants' bank, joined  forces with R. C. McLean, a merchant  tailor. The third was opened by F. X.  Bourduas, a merchant tailor who had  been in business for 19 years.  From three wardrobes in 189S the  Semi-ready company announce in their  new booklet, just published, entitled  "Mann.rs' and Modes for Men," that  there are 70 semi-ready wardro bes in  Canada.  The Winnipeg house of the Semi-  ready company i.s in charge of William  T. Peace, who for fifteen years con  ducted the most prosperous and high  class custom tailoring business in that  city.  In every town and city the Semi-  ready company seem to have np difficulty in getting the best agencies.  While a merchant tailoring experience  is not absolutely essential, the system  upon which semi-ready tailoring is  based appeals more quickly to a man of  practical experience. A practical tailor  grasps the idea at once.  CUSTOM RECEIPTS  Watson's unshrinkable Underwear  shrink, and Underwear that will wear,  lutely complete in all prices and grades.:  Ladies' knit to fit Combination Underwear, absolutely the best on the market.    We have them,  (fan tile    utterances    with-    these  words:  "It is estimated that these  properties will work more than  1,000 men within a radius of 15  miles from Grand Forks."  In his list he has enumerated  20 properties, some of them prospects, none of them mines, ancl  the highest number of men he  has put on. any of them is 20,  likely to be next spring, and yet  he draws the above absurd conclusion. We> wish there were a  possibility of employing 1,000  more men in the mines of the  Boundary within the next few  years.  Does the gentleman know that  the Granby and the B. C. Copper  Co. have been carrying on active  development at Phoenix and  Grilenwoold" f oiHk^  aud that yet both these compan- ; various sub customs offices, as reported  ies do not today employ over 1,000 I to the chief office for the month of No-  men in all their mines and smelt-! vember:  ers. * Greenwood $3,850.54  Such stuff can   possibly  do no j ^r.a."dZod':s * * .3,162 57  good,   and  some  day  when   the  R. R. Gilpin, customs officer at Grand  Forks,   makes   the   following- detailed  of~tii"e~cifs,o1iTs  WHY WILL HE?  Can anyone explain why the  Spokesman-Review correspondent  from Grand Forks will persist iu  ���writing the rot that he does? In  the Review of last Monday, after  picturing the many mines right  at the doors of Grand Forks that  are rapidly being put upon a  shipping basis, he closes his in-  newspapers learn that they have I  been printing these fairy stories, j  somebody will hear something!  drop.  Now is the time to bring in your job  printing and avoid the holiday rush.  All woak done in first-class style.  S^fPIrl BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  ���"���'���^.rt^- No. 38.1. 0. 0. F.  Meet,  every  Tuesday  Evening at SOO in  tlie  I. O. O. F. Hall.     A" cordial  mvi tutioii is e.v  tended to all sojourn hi*.*- bretheri!.  I). McGLA&HAN, S. E. liELT,  N. G. Ke-'.-S.c  Phoenix ;  1,551 85  Midway  1,060 33  Sidlev      498 50  Osoyoos      482 34  Cascade      145 45  Carson      126 62  Keremeos'.  7 80  Total .. 310,786 00  I Chrysanthemums .!  J We wish to announce to our patrons and customers  \  Chrysanthemums  i  that we now have nearly 20,000 feet under glass   in ...  Chrysanthemums,    Carnations,    Pot Plants,  Lettuce, Etc.  f  and are prepared co give you the best.    If you  are   j  prices.    Mail orders promptly   J  Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd.  "The Big Store"  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ALE-  ���amunv-*uo(n law-iiwi  Nice convenient cottage in north end of town,  with large garden.  9$ ty tyty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty 4* 'ip ty ty ty ty ty tyiptytf  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  *  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  Seven-roomed house in south end of town,  furnished ancl up-to-date.  Two-roomed house with 2Sxl00-foot lot.  in, S500.  Well  Close  Houses, rooms,' cabins and shacks in all parts of  the town to rent. '  Miues, Stocks, Real Estate and Insurance.  Bealey Investment & Trust Co., Ltd,  GEO. R. NADEN. Manager  ty  ty  ty P..0. Box 126. BROKERS Greenwood, B. C  ;?. 4-^4*4--,^  > ai_H9___sa____- s_e_Q_> msBsnsmBmB <  FRESH OYSTERS,      HOT TAMALES  SPRING CHICKEN  In fact everything in season is served at  PACIFIC   CAFE  ri  ffiWWQ  LUNCH COUNTER  Open at all Hours. Prompt Service.  Moore &��� Mcelroy,  Proprietors-.  J  interested  write  for  attended to.  Try This for Your Cough.  To relieve a cough or break up a cold  in   twenty-four   hours,   the   following  simple   formula,    the   ingredients   of  which   can   be  obtained  of   any   good  prescription druggist at small   cost, is  all that  will  be  required:    Virgin Oil  of Pino (Pur.-), one-half ounce; Glycerine, two ounces;   good   Whisky, a half  pint.    Shake well and take in teaspcon-  ful close, every four hours. Thedesued  results can not oe obtained  unless the  ingredients  :u*e  pbre.    It  is therefore  belter 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   case  which  protects I  the Oil Irom exposure to light. Around j  the wooden case is an engraved   wrap- j  per   with  the   name���'-Virgin    Oil  of i  Pine (Pure)"���plainly printed thereon. 1  There arc many imitations   and  cheap j  productions   of Pine,   but these   only j  create   nausea,   and   never   effect   the j  desired results,  ���j^x***'--*:'-^  It is time \ou were placing vour order for vour  FALL and WINTER SUIT.  We have them in the best patterns and weights  ever brought into this district.  OUR   PRICES   ARE   SURE   TO    PLEASE,  ���I***!* *_��� ��^- *^-x_^* **��������*��� *T**Ii,*Ifr*��',*i* ���!*��� ���!**��* _!**.  ���  ���i  y  I  f  ,x*<.**-x.<.<��.x~:'-**>X'^  Copper   Street.  The Tailor.  ,>>.x*>*.x��*xM":~^^^  ��� ��� y  V  Solid Oak  Dressers  _____  r_w(CC_K__ii����_'-->  effect  U-24  For beauty, style, dura-  bility and usefulness  .ombined with moderate price our  Dressers, Stamps, Sideboards, Dining  Room Tables and Chairs  have no superior.  y  ��  ?  _���  FRACHE BROS.  Grand Forks  Telephone* B 20  Florists  p. o.  Columbia,    B. C.  Cure for Sore Nipples.  As soon as the child is done nursing i ?.  apply Chamberlain's Salve. Wipe it : ':"  off with a soft cloth before allowing j ���>  the   child   to   nurse.      Many    trained ! **  PLACE  YOUR CHRISTMAS  ORDER  NOW  i  nurses use this with   the  bewt   results.  Price 25 cent* per box.  druggists.  I*  We are leaders in Furniture.  T. M. GULLEY & CO.  For sale by aU I *       Furniture Dealers and Undertakers.   Greenwood and Mldwaay.  V*x~x-<~x**-*x-_-  *���:���������>���  w*��>��^^*<^***i^^*^^**<**


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