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 gg^^_^^^g^^^a��^fc^:  -4-70  .���i.--~-'*V"  -.  f  Vol. 10.  GREENWOOD, B.C. FRIDAY  JANUARY 12, l%6.  No. 19  The,  THE    BIG      &TOfTlS-  The  Big  Store  ARGAINS  W  During the last two weeks of January we  -  '/������  are going to take stock and in the meantime  -\  >��� -'  we would like to get rid of as much of our  '  . *-l  winter goods as possible.   We are offering  the public some especially attractive prices.  ���  -.7  < Here are a few of them:  -  _,  Ladies' Coats, regular price $9.00  )���  U                          -           ���*  Selling for $5.00  V  ���\-  1 *\  Eiderdown Dressing Jackets, regular $7.50  .    }  -"                                            Now $6.00  '   a*                            .      __"  Warm Kimonos, regular $3.00 and $3.50  -,.'- >t, ... -���<���.     ���'  ��� 7  Now $2.50  & LJberal Discount on  ."..'  gmw-  m*  THHHSylS PRIDE IN A WATCH WHEN  IT  KEEPS  THE  CORRECT  TIME  ABSOLUTELY  GUARANTEED  We have a complete  line of this famous make  in prices to.[Fit Your  Pocket. Solid Gold and  Filled Cases in Charming Designs.  SILVERWARE���Sterling and Plated Knives,  Forks, Spoons, and Sterling Silver Novelties.  ^''���>:; 7 7 A. LOGAN & CO.. JEWELERS.  4  fflportant Notice I  ti  "_btiririgour Annual Stock-Taking Sale, now on,  I.. 7-,wjetre offering exceptionally good values in :  *f * Men's Suits and Overcoats,  Men's All-wool Underwear,  Men's Gloves and Mitts, ���*  Men's Hats and Caps,  Men's Regalia and Negligee Shirts  as well as everything else than men wear.     Come  in and examine our goods.    You will  save money  ��� by so doing.  i- Standard.An! Black Diamond  P. J. Kennedy came down from the  W��t Fork of Kettle river Friday'last.  For the past two months he has been  developing' the Standard and Black  Diamond, on Wallace mountain, under  ootid to Spokane parties.'' Substantial  cabitis have been built on the property  and Everything is now ready for development on a large scale. The  Standard and Black Diamond adjoin  the well known Rambler mine. Before leaving the West Fork Mr, Kennedy visited the Rambler, Sally and  Duncan mines, and says all are in  good ore.  Insurance Rates Lowered  The_ people of Greenwood are beginning to reap the benefits "which result from the installation of a splendid  Bystem of waterworks. The Board of  Underwriters have made a substantial  reduction in the insurance rates  throughout the residential portion of  the city. The reduction does not affect business risks except in a few  cases.  An Amalgamation.  Alex. Miller has gone, to Chicago in  connection with a deal to amalgamate  the Strathmore with the Helen Mining  company. A proposition has been  made to seil the Strathmore to the  Helen, the shareholders in the former  taking shares in the latter company.  New College  T. W. Clayton will'shortly start a  school of instruction in bookkeeping  and penmanship in the building south  ot the Boundary club on Copper street.  Classes will be formed for both afternoon and evening. This is an excellent opportunity for young men desiring to take a commercial course  DRY GOODS  I  In many of the states where lime  stone is abundant, the farmers in their  leisure time dig out a small quantity of  stone, or-collect it from their latds and  burn one or two Icilns of it for their  own use as fertilizer and sell it to  neighboring farmers at a small price,  the cost to them being simply' labor.  This lime sellstfrom three to ten cents  per bushel, and where this dond to any  considerable extent the price per ton is  appreciably lowered, Pennsylvania,  Maryland and West Virginia being  largely influenced by this custom.  THE COST OF LIVING  W. T. Hunter Explains Dif-  c   ference Between Here)  and Nelson.  DIFFERENCE   IN    RATES  Discriminative Rates Against Boundary Points in Favor of Nelson.  I*ast week^s article in the Boundary  Creek Times in reference to the high  cost of livihg- y in the Boundary has  evoked considerable discussion, particularly among local business men.  W. T. Hunter, general manager of the  Hunter-Kendrick company, admits that  the cost of living is higher here, but  the merchants are in rid way to blame.  He maintains that goods are being  sold in Greenwood on a lesser margin  of profit than in either Rossland or  Nelson..    . v...  , "As in many other instances the  cause for the whole difficulty is found  in the transportation question," he  said to a Times representative. The  Canadian Pacific Railway company ia-  making an,.effort to build up Nelson as  a distributing center, and all mining  districts in , South-eastern British Columbia must suffer, including the low-  grade Boundary district. ��� ��  I will make the statement that the  difference between the Nelson rates  and the rates to the Boundary points,  inluding Greenwood, is more than  the merchant's5 profits on his business.  Take sugar? an1 article npon which the  profit is v>ery small,'the difference between tH*-Nelson rate-arid the Greenwood rate . is 44 cents . per hundred  pounds, or over:6 per cent, "of the.sell-  ing price of sugar, and there is not six  per cent, profit in handling sugar.  Flour is another staple on .which the  percentage of profit is very low, and  here, too, trie freight rate difference is  more than bur profit in handling the  article. Kerosene'oil can be placed in  the same 'category! I haven't the  figures with' me; but all one has to do  is get Greenwood and Nelson tariffs  and he will-soon De convinced that the  whole trouble lies iri the transportation  question.  The solution of the iifficulty is to  get the Great.Northern railway to give  the Boundary a better rate and the C.  P. R. must "bring down i^s rates. The  haul to Boundary -points- trora- Marcus  is much easier than to either Nelson  or Rossland. There is vo good reason  why. the Great Northern should continue to 'discriminate against the  Boundary ..-purely out of sympathy for  the Canadian Pacific Railway company  and its effort to'byild up a distributing  center at Nelson. Just so soon as this  question is settled, then merchants  can dp business on the Nelson basiB.  Prices will come down, men can be  boarded cheaper and the coat of living  will be reduced all along the line.  of   Thompson   ,  this week from  Geo Thompson,  Rouston, -returned  trip to the coast.  Frank M. Stevenson, assistant C. P.  R. agent at Midway, and Miss Christina Macdonald were married at  Kelowna on December 23rd by Rev.  A. W. K. Herdman. The happy couple  have relumed to Midway where they  will reside; Miss Macdonald was a  popular teacher at Kelowna.  Dr. S. S: and Mrs. Oppenheimer returned home Saturday evening after  spending the honeymoon trip in the  coast citie_. They are temporarily  living at the Imperial hotel. Saturday  evening the Greenwood Citizens' band  and numerous friends serenaded the  happy couple and gave them a cordial  welcome. Dr. and Mrs. Oppenheimer  will reside in the Fisher residence,  Silver street.  Alex. Stewart has been appointed  assistant chief engineer of the Great  Northerri'system. He will h_��ve charge  of the Western portion of the system,  including the V., V. <_. E. from Midway to Hope. The Western end of the  line from Cloverdale east will be built  I under Mr. Stewart's directions  ELKHORN ".SHIPMENT.  Unsorted Ores Show Good  Values���Work Will  Be Pushed.  MORE   MEN    EMPLOYED  Half-Car Shipment Also. Made From  the Prince Henry.  A |rial shipment of ore from the  Elkhorn and Prince Henry mines; recently made by Dr. Spankie, proved  quite successful. A half car from each  mine was consigned to the Hall Mines  smelter, Nelson, and the returns have  averaged $100 per ton for the Elkhorn  and $75 per ton for the' Prince Henry.  In both cases the ores were not sorted  and, considering this, the showing is  good. ;"  As a result of this successful shipment work at both mines will be vigorously, prosecuted. In the Elkhorn a.  fine body of ere averaging one foot in  width has been encountered in the  shaft. Dr. Spankie states that the  mine never looked better than at  present, and in order to take advantage of these favorable conditions the  present force of a dozen men will be  increased.  On the Prince Henry, work iu the  shaft is being steadily pushed and will  be continued until the 200-foot level is  reached. In both shaft and drift  operations have b__n  mokt   .tic ._.,���    -  # *_.  ing,  the same high grade ore being  encountered.    The  owners   are  well  pleased with the results they.'ha\;e obtained and'they feel- that^theffuture-V  promises big returns. '  '   "' ' ' ' ^  fc *,'�����-  ���<_y.  I. 0. 0. F. INSTALLATION  District Deputy Gtead-Xastlr Visits '������_-  Local Lodge*  Installation of officers' "of Boundary  Valley lodge, I. O. O. F., took place on  Tuesday evening last. I. A. Dinsmore,  of Grand Forks, District Deputy Grand  Master, accompanied by F. E. Cooper,  E. Spraggett, Grand Forks, and several Phoenix members were in attendance and helped to make the installation ceremony a'jgreat success.  A pleasing feature of the evening  was the presentation to Geo. R. Naden,  treasurer of the lodge, of a past grand's  collar and   charm.    The  presentation  was a-surprise to-Mr. Naden^btit-he   recovered himself sufficiently to make  a suitable acknowledgement. As  treasurer of the lodge Mr. Nade_ was  instrumental in investing the surplus o  funds of ti'e lodge in revenue-producing investments and-the gift was-a  small token of appreciation of the  members.  After the ceremony refreshments  were served in the banqueting room  and an impromptu programme of short  speeches, songs and stories was carried out.  Below is the full list of officers for ��  the current term:  H. H. Huff, N. G.  D. McIVashan, V. G.  S. Belt, R. S.  G. B. Taylor, F. S.  Geo. R. Naden, Treas.  A. Hansen, Warden. /  C. Phillips, Con.  J, Saunders, I. G.  J. W. Ellis, O. G.  A. E. Braithwaite, R. S. N. G.  W. Elson, L. S.N. G.  T. Williams R. S. V. G.  C. Peterson, L. S. V. G.  Jas. Davidson, R. S. S.  W. Macintcminy, L,. S. S.  Fred B. Holmes, Organist.  During the visit of Messrs. Mclnnes,  Ferguson and Becker of Nelson an in-  terurban curling match was played at  the Greenwood rink. Frank Tamblyn,  a veteran Nelson skip who is now a  resident of Greenwood, gathered his  old town players together and challenged a Greenwood rink composed of  L. B. Hodge, 8ydney Jfr^Johnson,  Geo. Findlay and W. G. McMynn,  skip. The game was hotly contested  throughout, the Nelsonites finally  I winning with a score of 7 \o 6, ______  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES   ��� -. i i i &____   it  PROFESSIONAL CA|D|  'BAT) TACTICS.  /.   H.   HALLET  Bakkistkk, Solicitor,  '-���   Notary  Puui.ic.  Oahlft Address :   ,    hallrtt."  ,_ 1 Kedford M'Neiu's  ") Murcintr & Neal's  ( Tjcibcr's.  : GnEENWOOD,     S.     C.  Cooks  J. P. MCLEOD  Harkistkr and Solicitor,-  Offices in  RENDELT. l.T-OCK  Ov.r Rank of Montreal  P. 0. Box 31.  PlIONI- HI  'GREEXWOODIIX  4. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  .ining aijd Engineering Surveys.  Residence:    Church St. 'Plioue HIS.  GREENWOOD, li. C.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood;. B.C.  W. H. JEFFERY,  Consulting Mining Engineer.  I'ropertins exiuui'h-d -and- reported -on.   Will  take cha.rpe of, development \york.  Correspondence, solicited.   J ������     '  greenwood! .   -'*  -'.- .     B.'C  T. F,  Uill  B. Sc.  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  ���'-'��������� .     * '.Ij  Shii'PBKS' AgrnT. Entire charge taken  of consigtimen ;s of ore. Checking,  -:weighii1itp,,->sampling  aiid a'ssayinpf  ��� .of.samples. ;.      ��������� . um mi .    ��� ���.��� .  ������-.!���  ���*���'-G'RftOEN-WOO'D.'B. C.. ":   ; 'l'��      ��� > '������       JV  1   "    : ._   J. EDWARD BROWN  Accountant and Auditor  Commercial and Mining Accounts  solicited. Acting- secretary for Mining-  Corporations. 'GRlJRNW'OOi-i, B.C.  ���*a_S__sS&'- -u ��� "' ���  J^gj^g*S  BOUNDARV   VALL_Y    LODGE  ~*z*$��k$?-- No. 38.1. 0. 0. F.     '  Meets every Tuesday ISreitinfr at -'00 in'Uie  I. O. O. F. HaJl. Aj cordial -litvi liUioit is ex���  tended Co all sojoiirnnifr bic.licrn.  J. McCkeath  N, G  PftED IJ.' ���H-i.-iWs.'  , .,-��� Req.-Sec  Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  "Issued Every TridavS  Duncan Ro_. --_  . -��j-*n.A:>rAC>iNG Edit.ok  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Yeak .    . ..  Six Months  t  To Foreign Countkiks .  - 00  12.'  2 50  FRIDAY JANUARY l_. WOii.  -���Ji.  i^7iiiB.LISHKI.S_30-TICE.2^L  .������-..; �����w..      . . '     -     . -   .' 'i.iui?v ���  Beginning,,, next .'Aveel.V.f the  Boundary- Greek Times wiil be  under new editorial aii'd _u��_ness  ^management. H. .0.. Lamb..of  Winnipeg has been engaged to  to-take charge of the.paper.' Mr.  Lamb secured his -early newspaper traiinihg in "the oT.ice 'of  the Stratford, Out.. Beacon, one  of the best newspapers published  in Western Ontario:. lie has been  engaged iu newspaper work- in  Winnipeg for five years. As Mr.  Ross' pari .amen tan- duties keep  him from home the grea.er portion of the year and as the business of the Times is rapidly increasing, it was found necessary  to make the appointment. _  V  Mr. Lamb is authorized to collect all accounts and transact ail  business for the Boundary Creek  Times. With., improved machinery and-with-better- facilities  for doing work, an effort will bo  made to make the Times a better  pa.per than ever. :v  We bespeak tor Mr. Lamb the  support and encouragement of all  those who are interested in  Greenwood and the - Bound ar}*  district.  The Boundary (.keek Printing  and Publishing Co., Ltd.  That miserable provincialism  which,has retarded the general  progress of the proviuce breaks  out at inopportune times and  often in. the most unexpected  places." The Vancouver World,  which .-.under its new management has been a credit to the.  City of- Vancouver: must now  plead guilty to li aviug- very  largelj- sacrificed that broad and  enterprising'spirit which it has  shown in order-to boost'the Vancouver representative for a ..cabinet  position. To; boost for Vancouver is\-laudable in a Vancou..er  newspaper. That Mr. McPherson, Yancouver's popular representative, would worthily1 fill a  a cabinet position but few will  question, but surely h'is' preferment, will riot come an3' sooner  nor are the interests of Vancouver advanced ���by_ unjustifiable  sneers�� at Senator Tenipleman.  Sometimes those iu need of wisdom can best find'" it bv   going to  ���  ��� 1   1 - ��� . 1 ��� ��� ���**        �� ^****  the eiiemyjs camp. The following, which .appeared in the News-  Advertiser; - -Mr. Carter-Cotton's  paper,i should be carefully read  by those who arc anxious that  the Liberal part}- bhould remain  strong, in , the province and are  anxious tosee British Columbia  secure fair recognition. The  News-Advertiser says :  " In his'x'great essay on Warren . Hastings,, Lord Macaulay  illustrates a -situation by a reference to a'- spectacle sometimes  seen'in'India of 0 crowd ol'crows  pecking to death a, sick vulture.  It seems to us that ,such -in illustration fits the present action of  a':section of the Liberal party iu  British' Columbia 'towards Senator Templeman and his,probable  appointment a_ - minister of inland reveuue. Like -the crows  not.big; enough singly to attack  the senatorial vultureVthcy settle down,upon, him in clouds "and  are doing their best to peck him  to official death. Anything more  ignoble, iriorc 'selfish' and; let us  say, more disrespectful, not'only  to Senator Templeman but to  Sir Wilfrid .Laurier, their chief,  it, is impostible for us to imagine.  -'For if Sir Wilfrid Laurier considered that of the representatives in parliament from British  Colifmbia,- Senator Templeman  .was the one best fitted to become  'a^colleagiTe-nt is" surely a' reflection on the pr'c'uvier's' political  sagai.it)- aud' experience, when  he, proposes tp confer .on .Mr.  Templeman something more sub-  stantial- .Iran a:ir_inisteri;..r appointment without' a , portfolio,  for other members of the Liberal  party in Jjritish Columbia to say:  - Thus far shall. he go and no  further !'- ���        ' , - ���  "But there is another and a  still worse aspect of the uus'eemly  action of these caballcrs against  the man who in the part}7 warfare in this province was alone  for many years in his defence of  Liberal principles, as far as regards any strenuous' electoral ef-  forts. Let us refer tq a banquet  that was given Senator Templeman in Victoria shortly after the  last federal general' election.  There were present on that occasion if we remember correctly,  all tbe Liberal representatives of  this province in parliament. They  were assembled there to do honor  to Mr. Templeman, whom they  acclaimed as the man who had  laid the foundation of Liberal  'party success in British Columbia. Among the men who today  for personal and selfish motives  are doing their utmost to prevent Mr: Ten-pieman's' appointment, are some who on the occasion to which we refer, were loud  in their demands that he should  receive    a    postfolio,     asserting  that���to use the language of tlie  historian in-- Holy Writ���'sthus';  aud thus'sh ally be doneto the man  whom. the kin g delighteth to  honor." Were they" dishonest  then or are they so cheap, that  right sentiment, loyalty to a colleague, and appreciation of par��y,  services, can all disappear before the possibility, of.,.personal  preferment or the prOspect of  some individual advantage ?��� It  is a sorry.spectacle.; one that  raises melancholy feelings in'the  minds of Conservatives as well as  Liberals,<-as to the tone of public  men in Canada today. ?  ,'^ This--is more-than a party-  question, or one that concerns  Liberals yalqne. 7. It - concern;? provincial interests, aiid .every citizen,  of British Columbia has a right  to be heard on it. Foj years'we  have been promised by Ottawa  that this province should have  representation in the cabinet���  that being understood to mean a  minister at the head of a department. T.hat although the Liberals  have now been in power for more  than nine yecirs, this promise has  not been' fulfilled, must not be  entirely blamed on Sir Wilfrid  Laurier. We have it on authority  that is unimpeachable that such  an appointment would have been  made long before this but for the  jealousies and factions among  those who are regarded as the  leaders of the party in British  Columbia. Some of the demands  for preferment were so audacious,  yet so absurd, that to mention a  few of them might -render us  liable to charg'es of inaccuracy or  wilful exaggeration or the facts.  But as a result nothing was done,  the premier, telling , the warring  clemeuts to settle their deferences and then he would act. , The  banquet at Victoria; the declaration of every representative that  he was for Mr. Templeman's appointment, first last and all the  time, was regarded at Ottawa as  indicating unanimity and action  is now to follow.  " We do not hold the |same  political views as Senator Tem-  pleman ; in the last twenty years  we have frequently been engaged  in controverting the opinions he  he has expressed in the press on  federal questions. We have  never regarded Mr. Templeman  as possessed of great political  talents or endowed with some of  the--characferistics-that'-public  meu should have in their equipment. But v*.e have known Mr.  Templeman as upholding Liberal  views in Victoria when it -was not  ���fashionable.,to do. so and when  soriie of those now most clamorous against him were decked in  the Conservative * colors of the  then dominant party. While the  Liberals are in power they will,  of course, give the offices to their  own kith and kin and they will  do this most to the approval of  Conservatives and to the great  body of those of neutral views,  if they bestow them on those who  arc Liberals by conviction and  lifelong consistency such as  Senator Templeman undoubtedly  is."  As a matter of fact, all- the  representatives of B. C. were not  at the Templeman banquet, bnt  this does not destroy the News***  Advertiser's argument nor does it  le.sen the lesso_i that should be  learned by those Liberals who  are evidently ready to weaken  the Liberal party in a futile effort  to gain some local advantage.  Geo. A. Fkasek, M. P. P. for  Grand Forks, left for Victoria  last week. He was accompanied  to the capital bv Lloyd A. Man-  ley, who doubtless wants to know  why the liquor license machine  will no longer answer to his  guiding hand.  m  CF*  CF*  (F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <��*  (Ft*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Capital; all paid up. $14,400,000.  Rest $10,000,000.  i  ('''  President!   Lord Strathcqna and MountTRoyai.,  Vice-President:   Hon. Oeokoe A, ".rommond.  General Manager *.    E. S   Ci-ouston; '-'������  Branches in London, Eng. ���j^��,hi.-?rcac_Stla. [ New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Stcrlin(rExchaa*fe .iiiid Cable TraiiRfei's; Oram Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINS BANK DEPARTMENT]  ;       ,        , Interest allowed at curren't ratds.7 ������ 7   ,  GreewoddvBranC-i;    yW. f. PROjGTOp. MpaffitV  53p  *4'  ___<?  >���_��."  >��_  tl!  Financial and Insurance Agents.  4�� Farming  Lands,   Timber   Limits,   Mining  .*  House and Lot  On 0 Church Street for Sale Cheap, Easy Terms  GEO. R. NADEN, MANAGER.!  >-5��*|����?"'*f����f<>*fj*��f*,��f* ���$-'<%�� *$* �����$������ *f* *f* ���$��� *f�� *$��� 4* *f* ���_* ^ ���$���r,l**S,��|��a?  -^ul  A,  THE CANADIAN BANK  " ^ 0F COMMERCE; i ,.;  Paid-up Capital, $10,00#90. R'es^rve Fuiid,! $i,5#$6jft   [l  ^ ; "HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO/    "    ,   V    ^    ;?;  _R, General Man<a^r" "*~ALTi:X"'LA--.D,rAs"st.' G'enTMair��g��ri-''''       =_=?.  B. E. WALKER,  BANK MONKEY ORDERS  * -    ����� #      ^ 4.*-+-, -  - ~  ���  ISSUED AT THE "FOLLOWING RATE8 j  $5 and under.......   ..^. ....'���.,.....t   3 cents  Over $5 and not excefeding $10 '..    6 cents ,    -<���'���_    '        -���  "    $10       " " '        $30.'   10 cents * *'" "  "    $30    t "   .^       "    ,     "S50....7  15 cents _ �� ; _ ���  hese Orders are Payable at Par at any oiTiiJe in Canada of aChartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at. the piincipal banking points in the United1 States.  ~   ������   I1 *-'. '  *      - I^LCOTIABIL AT A. TIM O RAIfc. Al ...  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money  ' vith safety and at .small cost.  Savings Bank Department* ,,      <  Interest allowed on deposits from $1 upwards at current'rates.  Greenwood Branch   -  -   -   -  W. ALLISON, Manager.  <<**z**z**\**z**z***z**z*^^^  DEALERS IN  FURNITURE  .  -:  '4 LINOLEUMS, ETC. : ,  a i  *>    COPPER* STREET, GRB/tOWWOOn.  A '     ' - --.*'-  AAAAM~te~Z***t**:~Z**^^  A.*rZ**Z<~Z"Z<<**Z~Z**Z^^^  t  t  t  THE ".BARN3 WHERE IS KEPT  THE BEST OF^DRIVERS AN1>  RIGS ASWilLL. AS-SADDLE  AND PAQIC yHORSES JAKE M^  WAY^   AT  YOUR  blSPOSAJL.  1 Our Hay, Grains Feed Store  Can supply you wants in all kinds of  Chopped Feed, Hay or Grain 7:    : 7;V  Livery Phone 19. Feed Store Plume 124  GEO, H. CROPLEY,  *z*<<<<~w>*>*z<**i^ THE  STANDARD   BRANDS:  EAGLES INSTALLOFFICERS.  Monnay evening j. W. Nelson, P.  W. P.j; at'tendedby his officers, representing the grand Aerie installed the  following officers of Greenwood Aerie  N6.308:    "  R. C. G. Wh_t��, W. P.  J. J. Feeney, Yf. V. P.}  W. Ffawley, W. Chap.  F*ed B. Holmes, W. S.  DJ. McCreath, W. T.     -  A. W. Young, W. C.j  J.'W. Nelkon, W. I.G.  O. Lofstad, W. O. G.Fred Munn, Trustee.  During the evening ��� refreshments  were served and a plensant time spent.  Greenwood Aerie is to be congratulated on the past year's work. The  lodge has paid about $500 in benefits  during the year and the membership  is increasing all the time.  The meeting nights'are the 1st and  3rd Mondays in the month.  MIDWAY LODGE! NO?36. K. OF P.  A new lodge of Knig-tots of Pythias  was instituted at Midway Monday  night. A :large number of Knights  were present from Greenwood, Grand  Forks, Phoenix, and Republic. The  . instituting officer was Mayor J. Hammer of Grand Forks.* ^The Midway  lodge starts with a membership of  about 25. Refreshments were served  during the evening and the visitors  were . hospitably ' entertained  by   the  Warnint. to the Public.  When coming to Greenwood, if you  do not wish to get first-class treatment  and the best value for your money,  don't stop at the National Hotel, where  the rooms are well furnished, clean  and large, furnace heated, dining room  and bar, all aiiriei Now under new  - management. TaMBLYN & Cusick,  , \ "        Proprietors.  S.BARRY YUILL  members of the new lodge.  Following are the officers of the new  lodge :  EVA. Hain, C. C.    7  F. Melville, V. C.  H. Bubar, P. i  H. Eldridge, M. of \V.  H. J. Bayley, K. R. S.  Dr. Tamlyn, M. of F.  C. H. Melville, M. of E.  A. Logan, M, at A.  S. A. Crowell, I. G.  F. Hilbert, O. G.  DON'T BUILD  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF YALE  HOLDEN AT GREENWOOD.  IN THE MATTER of the Judgment Act. 1899  and Amending Acts and  IN THE MATTER of the  Judgment obtained  in this Honourable Court  BETWEEN  . COSENS BROTHERS.  | Plaintiffs  ���AND��� (Judgment Creditors.)  JAMES WILDER.  Defendant  (Judgment Debtor.)  NOTICE is hereby given tbat on the 7th  day of February, 1906, at eleven o'clock  In the forenoon, at the Court House at the City  of Greenwood,-1 shell tffer ior sale by PUBLIC  AUCTION for cash to the highest bidder, the  lands hereinafter mentioned, to satisfy a certain judgment above mentioned amounting to  (109.61. with interest accrued due from the 17th  day of September, 1904, to the date of sale at  five per cent. [5 per cent.] per annum and costs  of proceeding's for sale and Sheriff's fees and  poundage. 'Following: is a, description of the  property to be sold: The interest of the judgment debtor being- an Equity of Redemption, in  the South West quarter of Section eighteen,  Township sixty-seven' (S. W. V, Sec. 18, Tp. 67)  ia the Osoyoos Division of Yale District, British Columbia.  The following-   charges   appear  registered  against the said lands;  1. Mortgage in fee to secure payment of the  sum of $3,00.00, made by Jan es Wllder'as  Mortgagor, in favor of Joseph A. Devlin  as Mortgagee, registered the 20th day of  May, 1903.  2. Mortgage in fee to secure payment of the  sum of $200.00 made bv James Wilder, as  Mortgagor, in.favor of Joseph >A. Devlin  as Mortgagee,-registered the 21st day of  April, 1904.  3. The Judgment above mentioned, registered tlie 28th day of November.. 1904.  INTENDING PURCHASERS must satisfy  themselves as to litlo-  Dated the 9th day of January. A, D. 1906.  JAMES S. BIRNIE,  A. M. WHITESIDE, Deputy Sheriff,  solicitor for Judgment Creditor.  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF YALE  HOLDEN AT GREENWOOD.  IN THE MATTER of the Judgments Act and  Amending Acts, and  IN THE MATTER of a Jiidf nieht bbtalued in  an Action In this Honourable Court.  BETWEEN  THE YALE-COLUMBIA LUMBER COMPANY.  LIMITED,  Plaintiffs-Judgment Creditors.  -AND-'--  FRED FOREST TRAVIS,  Defendant���Judgment Debtor.  NOTICE is hereby given that on the 7th day  of February, 1906, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon-,  at the Court House at the City of Greenwood, 1  shall offer for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION for  Cash to the highest-bidder, the lands hereinafter mentioned, to satisfy a certain judgment  above mentioned amounting to $282 51 with interest accrued due from the 15th day of May,  1902, to the date of sale at 'five per cent (5 p. c.)  per annum and costs of proceedings for sale  and Sheriff's fees and poundage. Following s  a description of the property to be sold: The  interest of the Jndgment Debtor, being an  Equity of Redemption in Lot 1, Block "J", aj;  cording to the registered map or plan of Gar  land1- Addition of the City of Greenwood;  Osoyoos Division, Yale District, British Colombia, deposited in the ]Land Registry Office  at Kamloops and therein numbered 46.  The following charges appear on the Register against the said lands:  1. Mortgage in fee to secure the sum of  $1,200.00 and interest thereon mad* bv the  Judgment Debtor as Mortgagor, and the  Canadian Birkbeck Invostmeut and Savings Company as Mortgagees, registered  the 29th day of May. 1901.  2. Judgment, Yale-Columbia Lumber Company, Limited, against Fred Forest Travis  dated the 15th day of May, 1902, and reregistered the 11th day of Mav, 1904.  INTENDING PURCHASERS must satisfy  themselves as to title.  Dated the 9th day of Januarv, 190tv  JAMES S. BIRNIE.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.    Deputy Sheriff.  Solicitor for Judgment Creditors.  I'll sell auy of my houses in  Greenwood for half their cost.  Address  \F. W- HART, MIDWAY  ASTRAY  Two yearling steers, red and red and  white, came to my place abaut four  months ago. No visiatle brand, hole  in right ear af one. Parties owning  same are hereby notified that unless  called for,: and expenses paid, they  will be sold.  C.  \. BAMBURY,  Roy ranch. Boundary Falls, B. C.  Dated December 28th,1905.  Synopsis of Regulations Governing t s Disposal of Dominion Lands within t e  Railway Belt in the Province  British Columbia..  A LICENSE to cut timber can be  acquired only at public competition.  A rental of $5 per square mile is charged  for all timber berths excepting those  situated West of Yale for which the  rental is at the rate of S cents per acre  per annum.  In addition to the rental, dues at the  following rates are charged:���  Sawnlumber, SO cents per thousand  fe teB.M.  Railway   ties,   eight and nine  feet  long, iyi and lr.{ cents each.  '  Shingle bolts, 25 cents a cord.  All other products, 5 per centon sales  ��� A license is issued as soon as a berth  is granted but in unsurveyed territory  uo timber can be cut on a berth .until  the licensee has made a survey thereof.  Permits to cut timber are also granted at public competition, except in the  case of actual settlers, who require the  timber for their own use.  - Settlers and others may also obtain  permits to cut up to 100 cords of wood  for sale without competition.  - The dues payable under a permit are  $1.50 per thousand feet" B. M , for  square timber and sawlogs of auy  wood except oak; from yi to l'/i cents  per lineal foot for building logs; from  12}4 to 25 cents perl, cord for wood; 1  cent for fence posts; 3 cents for railway ties; and 50 cents per cord on  shingle bolts.  Leases for grazing purposes sre is  sued for a  term of twenty-one  year  at a rental of two cents per acre per  annum,  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and $20 fer anthracite. Not more thau 320 acres  may be acquired by one individual or  company.  Royalty at the rate of 10 cents per  ton of 2,000 pounds is collected on the  Lgrossj)utput. ,  'Entries foflarhdforag.icultural'pur-"  poses map be made personally at the  local land, office for Jhe district in  which the iand to be taken is situated  or if the homesteader^ desires, he may  on application to the Minister of the  Interior at Ottawa, the Commissioner  of Immigration at Winnipeg, or the  local agent for the District, within  which the land is situated, receive an  thority for some one to make entry for  him.   ,  A fee of S10 is charged for a homestead entry.  A settler who has received an entry  for a homestead is redtiired to perform  the conditions connected therewith  under one of the following plans:     .-������  (1) At least six months' residence on  and cultivation of the land in each  year during the term of three years.  It is the practice of the Department  to .require a settler to bring 15 acres  under cultivation, but if he prefers he  may substitute stock; and 20 head of  cattle, to be actually his own prpertyo  with buildings for their accommoda  tion will be accepted instead of the cul  tivation.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the  father is deceased) or any person who  is eligible to make a homesteod entry  under the provisions Of the Act, resides upon a farm in the vicinity of  the lanil entered for by such person as  a homestead, the requirements of the  Act as to residence prior to obtaining  patent may be satisfied by such person  residing with the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent  residence upon farming land owned by  him in the vicinity of his homestead,  the requirements of the act as to residence may be satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Application for a patent should be  made at the end of three years before  the local agent, sub-agent or a homestead inspector.  Before making an application for a  patent, the settler must give six  months'notice in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his intention to do so.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy of the Minister of the  Interior.  OLOROSO SHERRY,  Fruity and dry with superb aroma.  USHERS GRAND OLD HIGHLAND,  The Cream of Scotch Whiskies.  ROBERTSON BROS PORT  Very fine awny port, matured in wood.  JAMES HENNESSEY & CO. BRANDIES  The standard and quality of which a-e unsurpassed.  G. H. MUMM & CO., CHAMPAGNE.  Greenwood Liquor Co  GREENWOOD, B, C.  -������  Before buy ing L-ots .see me  for prices \  REDERiGft-W. MLANIE  C. P. R. Land Agent.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  9  "Windsor Cafe!  ftftftftvftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft #����*��# ���* ftftftftftftftftft-K^-'ftftftftftftftW******  * ���  * 7 *  ft       -w-- -�����_-   -w   a    ��� .__ ________ _W_ *  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  Tirsf=c!ass meals Served  flight and Day.  ��  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  .��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft-  ft �����-���  ��ftftftftftftftftftftftftftft��ftft-H;��ftftftftftft��ft��ftftft-tftftftftftftftftftftft������H(i����#<H��-^  . ..   ....  /-���  Harry C��htts,  Proprietor  $'  FOR SALE*  Mendelssohn Piano, almost new and  in first-class condition. Reasonable  Price.    Apply to F. KEFFER.  MINERAL ACT.  (Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "May   Flower,   Fractional"    Mineral   Claim,  si'.tiate iu tbe Greenwood  Minimi  Division  of Yale District.   Wliere  located: Skylark  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Charles H. Tve.  Free Miner's Certificate No. ��� IS. 1-99,  acting as agent . for self and as airent  for Duncan Mcintosh, Free Miner's Certificate No.B9149-.and Pat Hickey.Free Miner's  Certificate, No. .B91636 intend, sixty days from  the=date^here6f,���to-apply���to���the^Miniiitr,  Recorder for Certificates "of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim.  And  further take notice that action, under  section .37,   must lie   commenced   before the  issuance of such Certificates of Improvement**.  Dated this 10th dav of November, . A. D. l'lOS.  ��� '      CHA-.I.1.S H, TYE.  FLOYD & COX. Proprietors  PURE  Mill   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of _!_<-��� city.  CANADIAN  THE COMFORTABLE WAY.  S. R&NoRY.  Daily  Leave  8:15 a.m.  8:15 a.m.  8:15 _m  8:15 a.m  8:15 a.m,  PHOENIX  Spokane, Seattle.  Everett. Helliuj,*--  ham, .Vancouver.  Victoria and all  Coast points  Spoka/.e. Fernie.  Winnipetr, St.Paul  Minneapolis   Grand Forks, Republic.  Marcus   Northport.    Rossland. Nelson  I   Knslo, Sandon...:..  Dam-  Arrive  11   BiiiT-iIb  ���R A I LWAYi  ' DAII,Y  Tourist Sleeper Service  Effective Jan. 1st.  6:05 p.m.  6:05 p.m.  6:05 P.m.  6:05 p.m.  6T65 p m.  Connecting at Spokane with the famous  "ORIENTAL   LIMITED."  2   Daily  Overland  Trains   2  From Spokane for Winnipeg,  St. Paul, Minneapolis, St. Louis,  Chicago and all points east.  For complete information,  rates, berth reservations, etc.,  cal' on or address  H. M. STEPHENS.  Agent. Phoenix.  S. G. YERKES.  A P.A.,Seattle.  -'-*^?��!rt<C!?'lP*�� .*_�����  g.  West���From Revelstokito  Seattle and Vancouver   . r- ���'������'   _-   ' ���  East���From Dtinmore Jet. to  TORONTO  Sun , Tues., Wed., Fri.  MONTREAL  Monday, Thursday.  Boston, Saturday.  St. Paul, Daily.  Standard Sleeper, Vancouver  Train, Sloean Route, can be occupied 9 p. m.  For full particulars, flr**t class or  tourist sleeper reservations, apply to  local a(_ents or write  ��� E_   F_.   REDPATH,   AGENT.  GREENWOOD,  E. J. COYLE. J. S. CARTER,  G 1".A.Vancouver; \). P.A.Nelson. BOUNDARY  <'  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF GREENWOOD  AUDITOR'S STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 1905  $  52 00 '  2,086 84  5.. 71  -1,400 00  600 00 ���   !  '77 00   ' '���  1,225 24   ��� i  274 65 .. |  . 376 90 ���  I  1',292-25    1  1,711 15  - 245 30  242 83-  939 57.  : 1,855 00  23 IS  38 70  600 00  4,105 72  4,281 92  Balance  To   street sprinkling $  Fire Department'maintenance..  General exp-nse   Office expense, including City  Clerk's_ salarj*   ���" Legal expense   Charity . . .,   Street maintenance and repairs  Fire and light, city hall....'   Board of health.........    .  Street lighting ���..'.:...  School expense   Advertising ancl stationery   Interest and discount..... ...  Eoss on   waterworks...   Indemnity account, 1904  1,076 00  indemnity account, 1905,[unpaid     779 00  Cemetery,  expense-.   Taxes, refunded..   Discount on $15,000 debentures  sold at 96..,...-......:   Debenture  interest ...V   An.ount   to   be   set   aside   for .  linking fund as per bylaws  DEPRFCIAT-ON���  Isolation hospital .. .          64 06  , Street  improvements 2,73S 10  Municipal buildings .      701 36  Bonus account 861 22  Cemetery .   .     170 00  Fire department .                  445 03  City band 18 20  School buildings .                  581 25       5,579 22  S27,608 15  Receipts and Expenditure Account  Jan. 1, 1905 KECiii. TS.  Cash on hand **  Cash in sinking fund  Taxes paid 1898, 1899, 1900  Taxes paid 1901  Taxes paid  1902  Taxes paid 1903  Taxes paid 1904  Taxes paid 1906  Interest ou overdue   taxes  Tax sale account  Proceeds ot sale of 515,000 debentures at 96   .  Loan from Bank of Montreal _  Accrued interest on debentures  sold  Water consumers.  Police department  Traies licenses  Eiqu*. i licenses  Dog tax  Road  tax .   ..  Interest allowed by "bank on  sinking fund      ...  Received from B. C. Copper Co.  for sale of steel rails   .  Government per capita grant for  schools  Received from citizens on account of ambulance  Sheet, December 31st, 1905  By total amount of taxes collectable as per tax roll.: $14,927 00  Less rebate allowed to persons  who paid prior to Oct 31..' :       538 7?  . Trades licenses   Liquor licenses   Interest on taxes.   Interest    allowed   on ' sinking  fund     ���  Dog  tax   Road tax.....  .  Police department   Tax sale account   Balance to be  deducted  from  surplus,   being excess of ex-;  pense and depreciation*over  revenue for the year   $14,388  21  990  50  4,780 00  149 85  56  15  202  00  140  00  282  75  36  55  6,582 14  Greenwood. B. C, January 6th, 1906,^  To the Mayor and Aldermen, City of Greenwood, B. C.  Gentlemen :. I have examined the books and vouchers of the City for the  year 1905, and herewith'present duly certified as part of my report, Receipt-  and Expenditures account for. the year 1905, General Revenue account for the  year 1905, and Balance Sheet as at December 31st, 1905.        yy V.       ;'  Receipts and Bxpenditukes Account���This shows the actual cash receipts  and disbursements of the city for the year and needs lioxorament. j  General,'Revenue Account���This shows on the credit side the gross amount  of revenue receivable by the City, irrespective of. whether it was collected ibr  not, and the debit side is chargedywith the years.expenses .including loss on  Waterworks, Debenture Interest, Depreciation and the am our. .which according  to the bylaws has to be set aside, for the Sinking Fund, There is a deficit on  the year's working of $6,582.14 on this account. ��� ���  Waterworks���This department shows ajloss for. the.,y,_ ar of $939.57 against  a profit of $2,350.37 for' the year 1904, after'writing 5 per cent; depreciation  off the eld plant and crediting hydrant rental in .bt-tf- .cases ; the cost of re-  layingjthe mains on Copper street.amounting to $3,244.92 has been written off  against this year's operations which account for the difference in the net  results.     - ���      . 7  Balance Sheet, Sinking. Fund  Reservation.Account���This .shows..6n  December 31st,  the annual payments  into  the' Sinking Fund 'together with^  compound interest at 3 per cent, per annum should have amounted to $2I;&29.15  The Sinking Fund account shows that this has  been exceeded by. $152.27,^hu|  $17,947.00 has been withdrawn from, time  to  time  for  the redemptiqn.'oJf $19,-*,-  600.00 worth of debentures, which leaves $4,034.42 nqw ondeposit in this fund, y,  Sub'ject'to the above remarks, the Balance Sheet is correct and.exhibits thjBt 7  true financial position of the City as shown  by the books on DecemberTJJst,..  1905. V    ��� -Signed, '':    W. E.' H6DGBS,   ...   .. .y''.., ;./   ;y'. J'"  ���7.   7.7.7 7'- ..7.7, Chartered Accountant,  "��� ~ '������������,.. '.Auditor.;,.  ^i  $ 3,364 76  1,597 99  52 75  90 95  203 90  200 75  1,764 75  7,597 01  9,916 11  149 85  36 55  14,400 00  5,000 00  408 32  _ 3.864 25  282 75  990 50  4,780 00  202 00  140 00  56 15  42 90  1,159 75  400 00  li  ' \."  $  $27,608 li>  January 1st to December 31st, 1905.  EXPENDITURE.  Street   improvements  Fire department, new hose  Waterworks maintenance  Fire department maintenance  Cemetery   account  General expense  Ofiice expense, including city  clerk's salary .       ...  Legal expense        ..           Charily    Street repairs and maintenancce  Fire and light, city hall       Board of health .    ..   .  Cost of option on proposed  smelter site .    .       .  Advertising and stationery   . .  Taxes refunded  Interest and discount  Street lighting    School  building .  School expense  Indemnity to mayor and aldermen for services rendered in  1904  Debenture interest  Watei works Construction���  Property .   .  .  Expense   .  Material  Labor..  Less received for connections  Cash on hand, general  Cash in_sinking fund   .' liL  0 $46,791 88  General Revenue Account, January  164 80  475 00  4,147 42  1,878 91  23 15  955 05  1,400 00  600 00  77 00  897 18  243 65  376 90  151 22  ���  , 245 30  38 70  62 73  1,166 00  89 50  2,993 90  1,076 00  4,209 04  250 00  479 85  7,400 04  11,744 82  19,874 71  462 45  19,412,26  2,073 75  -  _ _4,034_42  $46,791 88  1st to December 31st, 1905.  LIABILITIES.  Debentures issued    Debentures hypothecated to B'k.  Montreal   and   sti_l    held   by  them as:security for overdraft  aspercontra ......  Bank of Montreal hypothecation  account     8,000 00  Hank of Montreal loan account..   5,000 00  Interest accrued on above . .  Sundry Creditors���  December salaries    December, light bill   Mayor and  aldermen, indemnity for 1905   Ambulance  account   Debenture  interest accrued but  not payable till due   Sinking   fund   reservation    account,   being   amount   which ,  should    be   at   the   credit   of  sinking fund as per bylaw   Surplus account, being excessof  assets over liabilities   74,000 00  16,000 00  180 10      13,180 10  435 00  133 25  . . ASSETS.  Cash on hand   Taxes iii  arrears, 1898-1903....:   Taxes in arrears 1904   Taxes in arrears 1905 .:.............  Sundry persons for water rent....  Unexpired insurance���  Municipal buildings   Schools .   Waterworks, balance Jan 1, 1905  Less depreciation   5,966 97  7,368 95  6,791 20  318 44  204 00.  27,083 36;  1,354 IS  2,073 75  20,127 12  310 50  522 44  779 00  1,347 25  400 00  1,988 00  21,829 15  41,522 61  Add expenpiture  new works '05:  Labor  ;   ��� Material.' ,, ...:   Expease......;...:     Property    Less paid for connections..  25,729.21  11,808 82  7,401 84  479 85  250 00  45,669 72  462 45  Street  improvements :   City map   Cemetery          I4olation hospital   Fire department..:         Municipal buildings   City   band    Bonus account   School building   Sinking Fund account-  Gross amount of cash {deposited since incorporation   Less withdrawals for redemption of debentures   Debentures held by bank as per  contra       45,207 27  52.024 01  375 25  3,230 64  576 54  ,4^,005 33  6,3.2 24  163 80  4,260 00  ,11,043 80  21,981 42  17,947 00  4,344 42  16,000 00  Grand Forks is having an exciting- municipal contest. There  are two candidates for mayor���  Jeff Hammer, who is seeking- reelection, and Alderman Hutton.  Mayor Hammer was largely responsible for the passage of a  liquor license bylaw which has  for its object the wiping 'out of  whiske}1" joints and giving hotels  well conducted a chance to live.  This is very unsatisfactory to  Lloyd A. Manle}7, the liquor boss,  who has been manipulating  liquor licenses from Coleman to  Myers creek. He wants a change  in the municipal administration.  The people of Grand Forks can  have too much Manley. The reelection of Mayor Hammer will  effectively prevent this.  The annual mining review,  published by the Nelson-- News,  was too good to pass unnoticed  and," although a little belated,  the Boundary Creek Times joins  all other British Columbia papers  in paying its tribute of praise'to  F. J. Deane's enterprise in furnishing such splendid reports  of the mining progress in British  Columbia. It was so good that  some enterprising individual who  frequents the exchange table in  this officeu'swiped" it before the  editor had time to scan its pages,  and it was only after readingfall  the encomiums passed upon--it  that we decided to buy a eppy  and take our share of the good  things going._ We do not regret  the purchase price. >  In another, cqlumu'is an interview with W. T. Hunter, of the  HunterrKeudrick . company, in  which he.explains- the differences  in prices between here and Kootenay points. The task of remedying transportation evils sti'ould  not be left to the individual. -It  is . settled.. only by : the. united  action of the community. Here  is.a [question which' should engage the attention of the Greenwood Board of Trade.  5170,267 11  $170,267 11  You cannot be expected to have faith in  Shiloh's Consumption Cure, the Lung  Tonic, as a cure for CoIds.'Couglis and all  diseases of the air passages, if you have  not tried it. We have faith in it, and we  guarantee it. If it doesn't cure you it costs  you nothing. If it does it costs you 25c.  That's fair. Try it to-day.  Shiloh has cured many thousands of the  most obstinate cases, and we do nothesitate  to say that it will cure any Cold, Cough,  Throat or Lung trouble. If we did not  believe this we would not guarantee it.  Shiloh has had an unbroken record of  success for thirty years. It has stood  every possible test without failure.  Furtherv  Proof  is found in the many testimonials of those  who have tried Shiloh and been cured.  Mis. Archie Taylor, Asaph, Pa., writes :���  " i bought a botlle of Shiloh's Consumption Cute  and found it very beneficial. 1 have two children,,  and they had a terrible cough. I gave them  everything I could think of. but they got no better,  until one evening my husband bought a bottle oi  Shiloh. We gave it to the children when they  went to bed, and they slept all night. Il cured  ihem completely. 1 shall always keep it ia the'  house." 603  25c -with 8-_rante_ wherever medicine is soH.  I AM CM  In Your Leisure Time,  If you could start at once in a business which would add a good roupii,.  sum to your ptesent earnings���WITHOUT    INVESTING    A   DOLLAR���Wouldn't"  you  do  it?  yVcll, we, are willing1 to start you in  a profitable business and we don't ask  you to put up any kind of a dollar.   '  Our proposition is this: ^ We- will1  ship you the Chatham Incubator and  Brooder, freight prepaid, and  You  Pay, No  Cash. Until  After 1906. Harvest,   .  Poultry raising pays.  People who toll > ou that there is, no  money in laising chicks'may have tried  to make money in tho business by using  setting hens'as'hatchers, and theyi  might as well*have tried to. locate-ft-  gold mine in the cabbage patch. The,  business of a hen is���to lay eggs. __s  .i haLcher 'aiid brooder she is outclassed. ��� That's the business of the-  Clia,th,in_�� Incubator and .Brooder, and  Ihey do.jt perfectly and successfully.  The poultty business, properly con-  cldcted, pays far better than any other  business for the amount" of time and  money  invested. - ' * -' *  Thousands of poultry-raisers���men  and women all over( Canada and the  United States���have pio.ed to their  satisfaction that it is profitable to raise  chicks with the * ,  No. 1-4.60 Eggs  No! 2^120 Eggs  No. S^-i240 Egg$-  CHATHAM INCUBAM  B>.  t_ __-^��r__xrii*   ''  ��� 1  bkwi>_^.    r,  I        -AiYo-i; s is tho first 1 jenbator I have j  1     tiscu, ,yid I vti-h to _Uto 1 had 52,  chick- fliifc of _2 c.r__.   This wis my��   '  .li'SLlot; truly a 1U_ per cent..hatch.   ���  ;'     Iain'.well pleased with niy incubator     '  r.nd _-_o_e_.   Tno_. McNauchton,   <������  CMlliu'ack,*B.C." '   ''  ''MyVflrst liatcli camo off.  I-pot  ,      170 lino-liickS'-VC-T--_0'-gg-*���;. Who  7can beattnatior-tlio-llrti; trlul.and  'so early .ti'-the spi-in_r. . I am.'well  pleased-with vjnuubator,-aiul tf I  could not get anbthei* money could ���  : not iiuy itfroui ihe-.-.Evei'y. farmer  should havo a No. '3 -litttliafii Incu-  :l*ator.���17 W. K_._iSAy,-.D,unnville,  ���ont.";        ��� :   ;   ���*���������-' "������.  -."Tho incubator you furnished me  works exceedingly well.   It is easily  "operated; and only needs about 10" "  minutes  attention  every day.   R.  McGuffie, Moose Jaw, Assa." ..  The Chatham Incubator and Brooder  is honestly constructed. There is ho  humbug about iti .'EVeryiricIi of material  is thoroughly tested, the machine is  built ori: right principles,*-tH'e insulation  is perfect, thermometer reliable, and  the workmanship.the best.  ; The Chatham Incubator and Brooder,  ts simple as well as scientific in construction���a woi.inn.or girl can operate  the machine in their leisure moments.    .  You pay xni noncash'uHtil after 1906  harvest. . _   ",. j  Send ti. 'yoiar name'and address' on  a post card ,Jo-daj\ ; * , f;  We enn supply'you quickly from onr  distributing'varehQuses nt Calgary, Brandon, K_gimi, Winnipeg, New Westminster,  _$.C.J.lonti-en.l. Halifax. Chatham. Address  all cO--e_pondenco to Chatham. 311.  The Manson Campbell Co., Limited  .'- Dept,217,CHATHAM, CANADA-  ^Factories at Chatham, Ont., and Dktboit.  Let us quote you prices  on a good Fanning Mill  or good Farm Scale.  Wood's 5&osjiIioai__e..  The Great English, Remedy..  A positive cure for all forma ol    ._. Sexual Weakness, Mental and  bkfoke and AFTEit Brain Worry, Emissions, <Sp_r.  inalorrhoea, Impotency, Effects of_Abu,se_or.  Excess, all of which lead to; Consntogti&a,'  Infirmity, Insanity and an. eaj:ly^sr-asve.--K*-_8  ��1 per pkg., six for ��5; One will _Mea_e, _��_; V_6  cure. Sold byalldruggi6ts or-mailed-in-plain  package on receipfcpt price; Writefor-^maMaSV  The Wood Medicine Co., Windaor, OatorlS.- TIMES.  THE  IS  _%?  What "sterling'" means to  sihrer., what "cutting'" means  toifflass,.what "lSk" means to  gp^d, this trade mark means to  Smjbber footwear  ���-.. .;       ��� -'-,   -������;*'_ ;.���.-,  7 It's the hallmark of-quality.  yyiytapleVIL-eaf :-r Rubbers, 7 as  ir name'sigmfies, are  v I MADE IN GANiiDA  ���7   *tS*  frqpn Pure Para Rubber. ,  All _ kiuds, all styles, all  sizes. There are no others  Vjjjjst as g-ood" for Western  conditions'."  ii LECKIE CO. Ltd.  Selling Agents, Vancouver, B* C.  ft **\*Am*m\*A^A*rA**'^r****v\f**\*'  Has  been  a  favorite 1  ���' from  it  birth,   as  is r  1 ey^denced by is .pppul- |  f arity in all the towns ��  |! " of the Boundary. ��� *��  i For Sale at all Leading ?  I; }  \\ Hotels either draught or $  \-       bottled.  Insist or having   miCHQRN'L  MADE BY THE  .  tf\^w^'ivvy,v'!VA��/',v',v*\  09pO<H--4>C'000*^^  - CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in   Sash,   Doors,  Turned Work "and  Inside Finish,  ���   Etc/   *'-.-     : ���������'  ESTIMATESTf-URNISHED.  -REENWOOD,   :   B..C  ������'������ ���  000<)0<rC)<KK><XKK>CK>0<><>0<>000<>0  The financial statement of the city  for the year -905, which appears in-  this issue, does not in our opinion do  justice to the work of .last year's council. At the beginning of the year a.  bylaw was submitted to the ratepayers  asking for authority to issue $15,000 in  city debentures to construct a new  system of waterworks with land creek  as the source of supply. It was realized  then that this sum would not be sufficient to meet the entire cost of this  needed improvement, but the council  were of the opinion that the balance  could be financed from ordinary  revenue and thus the bonded indebtedness would be kept down. The sale of  these debentures realized $14,400 to the  city. There Twas expended in waterworks this year $19,874-71, charged to  capital account, and .$4,174.42. .charged  to maintenance, making. a total of  $24,049.13. Of the charge to maintenance the. greater portion /was expended ih laying a hew and larger  main on Copper street. In our opinion  the greater portion of this should have  been charged to capital account. The  difference between the proceeds of the  sale of debentures and the entire cost  of waterworks during the year, viz.,  $9,649.13, had to be paid out of the  general revenue account, and this accounts for the apparent deficit. So far  as the future of the city is concerned  the method adopted cuts down its liability, but it makes rather a bad showing for this year, and in justice to the  mayor and aldermen who worked hard  to secure a system of waterworks  which are a credit to the city, this explanation is offered. The revenue  from the waterworks is increasing  rapidly and in a short time will become  a big factor in meeting the running  expenses of the city.  Remember the Masquerade Carnival  7\n the skating rink Tuesday evening  next, the 16th.  ALBERT'S PROPER PLACE  able paper you will greatly oblige.  -���������_.. Ajvbrrt JMoorr,  Associate secretary, ly. D..A.  . ��� Toronto, Dec. 29th, 1905. .  [Rev. T. Albert Moore, associate  secretary at the Liord's Day Alliance,  asks us to publish the above. In doing  so vye are inclined to agree with him  that he has a grievance against the  editor of the Daily 'News. The latter  suggest- that T. Albert Moore is either  . fool or a knave. We think there  should be no choice in the matter. If  a man is to be judged by what he  writes, Rev. T. Albert Moore is a fool  pure and simple: 7For the further purposes of this very; interesting, edifying  and dignified discussion, we think  it would be well to eliminate the jail,  butjthe lunatic asylumshould always be  kept in view.���Editor.]  LIMITED.  4��  Anglican, St. Jude's Church  Rev. John I_ebch-Porter, B. D.,  pastor.  1st, 2nd and 3rd. Sundays, Holy Communion, 8 a m.; Matins and Sermon,  11 a. m.  4th Sunday���Litany, Holy Communion and Sermon, 11 a, m.  Evensong and Sermon every Sun?  day, 7:30. p. m.  Sunday, .School, eyery Sunday, 2:30  p. m.  Choir Rehearsal, every Friday, 8 p.m.  ALU, SEATS FREE.  Should Be Carefully Restrained from  AttemDtine to ,Thinjk.     f ~  To the Editor : In the Lord's Day  Advocate, November, 1905,' there appears an article entitled "The Lord's  Day Among the Mountains and on_the  Prairies,!' written bv the associate sec-  retard. The whole article would be  too lengthy for insertion iri your  columns, but the following sentences  are sufficient to show its spirit toward  the West generally, and the miners  in particular :  " True it was' not always the quiet  and .worshipful Sabbath of older parts  of Canada, but in the newest prairie  towns, and in the busiest mining centers there was- an- evident respect for  the day. In the most Sabbathless  places there were those who heartily  helped the Alliance, and stood steadfastly for the maintenance of the rest  day as the inherent right of the citizens, and an absolute necessity to the  nation. And there were some towns  where the methods of keeping the day  would be an example to many places  inJSastern Canada. ���  "The miners differently 'observed  the Sabbath. The coal miners in the  Pass towns' have demanded aud obtained freedom from work on Sundays, and in many silver-lead mines  in British Columbia the toilers have  their rest day. But in some mines  they work every day alike. Some  miners argue that they have to pay  board for every day and consequently  they have to work,every day. It must  be very poor work, where six days'  wages will not pay seven days' board  bill. But without exception these men  after a few months' work w.o.uld collect  their entire wages and repair tothe  saloons, gambling dens, and places of  vile resort, where in a few days their  hard earned money would all be spent."  The Nelson', B. C',' Nevvs'of' November 30th, 1905, prints the following :  " Siurely the associate secretary of  the Lord's Day Alliance does hot expect to makeTconverts to*-the cause he  advocates by the publication of grossly  inaccurate statements concerning the  silver-lead miner of this province.  Yet we find in his report published in  the last nutnberof the Lord's Day Advocate, the statement that in some  mines lhe men work seven days a  week and 'without exception these;  men, after a few months' work, would  collect their entire-wages and repair to  the saloons, gambling dens, and places  of vile resort where in a few days their  hard.earned money would all be spent.'  The man who will deliberately pen  scandalous libels of this nature ought  to be in jail or in the lunatic asylum."  The editor  who  would^deliberately  and malicious _Ffnisrepresef_t the statements of any person in this w,ay ought  n6t   to be in. a  lunatic   asylum, jhnls  ought to be in jail.  By publishing this letter in your valu -  ^  Greenwood Barber Shop  For a good refreshing  BATH  25   ...  CENTS    ...  Wm. Frawley, - Prop.  CAULtfP A 86  STAR -^rBARERY  Where there is always on hand a good  supply of . ,  HOME MADE BREAD.  CAKES, BUNS, Etc.  Fresli Stock of Groceries always kep  Phone us your order.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that 6. days after  date I intend to apply to The Honourable The  Chief Commissioner "of Lauds and Works .or  permission to purchase 640 acres of land, situated in the Osoyoos Division of Yale District  (Similkameen Land Division), Brit'Sh Columbia, described as follows:. ���  Commencinpr at a stake planted at the northeast corner of Let 641 in said division, thence  ruiuiinpr about 80 chains east, tlience 40 chains  south, 20 chains west' and 40 chains south,  thence about 80 chains west to the east boundary of Lot 470, thence northerly, following the  east boundaries of Lots 470 and 641 to the point  of commencement.  Dated 16th December, 1905.  WM. G. McMYNN*  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that f 0 days after  date 1 intend to apply to the Honourable The  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Wor_:s for  permission to purchase 640 acres of land, situated in the Osoyoos Division of Yale District  (Similkameen Land Division) British Columbia, described as follows:  Commencing at fa post planted attlieNorth-  East corner of Lot 3246 in said Division, thence  running about 80 chains Bast, thence 40 chains  North, 2,0 chains Bast and 40 chains North,  thenco 80 chains West, to the North-Kast corner  of the land applied for by Wm. tt. McMynn,  thence Southerly followintr the boundary of  said land applird for by Wm. G. McMynn, to  the uoint of commencement.  Dated 18th December, 190s.  EDWARD B. McMYNN.  Corporation   of   the   City  of  Greenwood.  PUBLIC NOTICE.  ���_��  IDlectric  current   supplied    for  X.4��4��4'��4'��4'4t4,4'4;4'f^,4'.^4y.^4r,4'4'4'4.>:4*.ag  4.  '4*7  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.0We Can ��m You Money  _* ��f�� ���$��� *$��� $> *?��� *$�� ���$��� ���$��� ���$* $> <$��� ���J5%!^* *$��� ���%* ���$��� ���$��� & ���$* ���^-���f* ���$��� *f* &;  Have You  New Year  Made  One of them should be to' dress neatly  and comfortably. We can assist you.  Drop in and talk it over. \ Prices are  right and Workmanship the Best.  Thomas Thomas - -" - Merchant Tailor  Next door to C. P. R. Telegraph office, Copper street.  GREENWOOD. B. C.  UNION WEAT MA  Fresh Turkeys  ��____a__a_______B__a_a__M_M_____a___M_a__HB--_-----n_a_^  For   your  Sunday   Dinner.     All   Kiuds  .of  SMOKED   FISH.      Full   lines   of   the    Best  __g_____-__---_-_----_-B----.  Prime Beef Fresh  Pork,  Mutton and Veal.  Home   Made   Sausage [and   Cooked   Meats.  I. P. FLOOD,     Prop.  Is hereby given to the electors of the Municipality of the Oity of Greenwood that I require  the presence of the said electors at the City  Hall, Greenwood, on the 15th day of Januarv,  1906. at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing- persons to represent them in the Municipal  Council as Mayor and Aldermen.  Further notice is also given that nomination  for two School Trustees will be held at the  same time and place and an election, if  any, will take .place at the same time and be  under thesame reflations as that for Mayor.'  The more of nomination of .aitdidates shall  be as follows:  . The candidates shall be nominated in writing': the writing shall be subscribed by two  voters of the municipality as propoBer and seconder, and shall be delivered to the Returning  Officer at any time between the date of the  notice and 2p. m. of the dry of the nomination,  'and in the event of a poll being necessary,such  poll will be opened on the 18th day of January,  1906, at' the City Hall, Greenwood, of which  every person is hereby required to take notice  and govern himself accordingly.  After the first municipal election, the  persons qualified to be nominated for and elected as the Mayor of such city shall be such persons as are male British subjects of the full  age of twenty-one years, and are not disqualified under any law, and bave been for the six  months next preceding the day of nomination  the registered, owner, in the Land Registry  office, of land or real property in the city of the  assessed value, on the last municipal assessment roll, of one thousand dollars or more, and  who are otherwise duly qualified as municipal  voters:  After the first municipal election, the persons qualified to be nominated for and elected  as Aldermen of such city shall be such persons  as are male British subjects of the full age of  twenty-one years, and are not disqualified  under* any law, and have been for the six  months next preceding, the day of nomination  the registered owner, in the Land Registry  ofiice, of land or real property in the city of the  assessed value, on the last municipal assessment roll, of five hundred dollars or more, arid,  whoareotherwitequalined as municipal voters.  G.B.TAYLOR,  Returning Officer. ?  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  The only safe effectual monthly  medicine on which women can  depend. Sold in two degrees of  strength���No. 1, for ordinary  cases, .1 per box; No. 2,10 degrees stronger for Special  Cases, $3 per box. Sold uy all  druggists. Aak for Cook's Cotton Root Compound; take no  substitute.  Vhe Oootc Medicine Co.,      Windsor, Ontario.  =^.  -VAI-1 ���An a ur ���*  IUU    UUA'KET"  If you didn't you will when you learn  our Prices on the Carload of New Fur-  niture received this week.   Also  Trunks and Valises  The Best ever brought into the City.  Now is the Time to Buy.  AVL. WHITE & C��?  PH0NB16  *"*-* ��  1  INBS0R   J*J@TEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout with electric lights.  We offer special inducements to travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar excells  all others. ros���> _���_-*axartiK��Kmw _* *���_ w *s__ �� as s. c.. if  (fv Begin the year right !_|  with new  OFFICE  SUPPLIES,  DIARIES 1906  elfa "   Booksellers, Wall Papers, Toys       WjJ  /iZ'7. ������'I--'''**��� ;7and Tobaccos:.- ,   77 /:  ^  TOWN TOPICS  Dr; Mathispri; Dentist.  Watch for the.-,���' 10,000 Progressive  Club."  Jan, 1, 1907, Greenwood, population  lO.ObO, see! ������'.'.''.  Robert Wood is down from  the West  Fork country.  E'. G. .Warren has returned from a  trip to the coast.  Next1' Event���Masquerade Ball by  the;Citizens' band.    Date later.  , I. A. Dinsmore of Grand Forks  was  a visitor in the city this week.  E, Ferguson, the' Nelson wholesale  man, was in the city this week.  The second furnace at the Boundary,  Falls smelter was blown   in this week.  Whitefish, the first of the season,  the best-yin the land, at P. Burns & Co.  O. Becker of the C. P. R freight department visited the Boundary this  week. '���  J. W. Mellor of Victoria is here looking after his extensive property interests.  J. P. McLeod, who was in the hospital for some time, has fully recovered.  j  His Honor Judge Clement was here  on^Wednesday hearing applications in  chambers.  The force at the Crescent will be increased as soon the new electric plant  is installed.       .���;..,..  N. Mclnnes, manager for J.,��� Y.  Griffin & Co., paid the Boundary a  visit thisy-week;' 7 V  .W;pr_- will shortly be resumed on the  Humming Bird, one of. Greenwood's  high grade mines.      "  T: F. Sutherland, assayer, returned  M6nday fromTNelsbn,  where he had  ^been^lsam^lingVyth^  sent   from   the   Elkhorn   and Prince  Henry to the Hall Mines smelter  Greenwood is evidently in a healthy  condition. There is only one patient  in.the Sisters'hospital.  J. R. Brown. M. P. P., left on Monday to attend the sitting of the legislature, which opened yesterday.  On Sabbath, January 14th, at the  evening service in the Presbyterian  church the pastor will preach a civic  sermon.  A marriage license was issued Wednesday to George Holbert Thompson  of Greenwood and Mrs. Ada Goldsmith  of Spokane.  . H. P. Dickinson and E. W. Monk,  representing respectively Giant and  Hamilton powder, were here after  business this week.  Next Monday is municipal nomination day. Unless some of the old  fighting spirit is awakened-there is  not likely to be a contest.  The communion service held last  Sabbath in the Presbyterian church  was very well attended. Seven new  members were added to the roll.  Haying a few fancy screens left we  are offering them at special bargains  so that we will sell them out before  stock taking. Come and inspect them  and you will find the prices right at  White Bros.  '���-.The curling contests at the ring this  season have been rather surprising in  their results, the older and more experienced skips having almost invariably been defeated by the younger  men.  - :; ���;��� ,   7  Frederic Keffer, engineer for the B.  G. Copper Co., visited the Napoleon,  near Boyd's, last week. The Napoleon  is shipping ore to the Granby and B.C.  Copper company smelters. Mrs. Keffer  accompanied her husbnnd on  the trip.  The Greenwood skating rink is being generally patronized this winter.  The band proves a great drawing card.  Preparations are being made for the  big fancy dress carnival on the I5th,  and some startling costumes will be  seen on the ice  There will be a musicale on Monday evening, the 11th inst., at the residence of A. M. Whiteside, in aid of the  Presbyterian church. An attractive  progiamme has been prepared. Refreshments will be .served by the  ladies of the church. Admission SO  cents.  The Greenwood Liquor company has  moved to the new premises on Copper  street. Mr. McCreath, the proprietor,  has spared neither trouble nor expense  in fitting up the block and now has  the satisfaction of having the finest  wholesale liquor store in the interior.  Andrew Johnson, a native of Sweden  18 years of age, died of-typhoid fever  at the Sisters' hospital on Tuesday.  Deceased had been .working for the  Bonnington Falls Power company at  Midway. He had friends residing in*  Nelson. The remains were interred  at: Greenwood..  The National hotel had a narrow  esciape.from destruction by fire early  Tuesday morning. The blaze started  from the cooking range and badly  scorched the floor. The brigade turned  Just as stylish and good as can be purchased iu any of the"  big cities of America. We are sole agents for the Broadway-  Brand Clothing:    Buy Broadway and Buy the Best.  Gents Furnishings  o7_"t~buFtli^fire"was extinguished~with~  out their assistance. The damage will  not exceed $50.  e<  Stock Taking  Sale  Now  on  ."White'  Dispensing Chemists.  Opticians.  J  IF  VM/^M..  Mosher & Moore, the new proprietors of- the  Pacific Cafe beg to announce that the Lunch  Counter and Cafe is now open and that  patrons will be treated with the  BEST OF SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT  CUISNE UNEXCELLED.  =^  PACiFIG CAFE  V  MOSHER & MOORE  Proprietors.  The famous and always reliable W. G. & R. Shirts, Collars  and Cuffs.    Full line of latest styles.  Boots and Shoes  We are sole agents for George A. Slater's Invictus Shoe,  the shoe that looks best, wears longest and gives most comfort  and satisfaction.    Once Worn, Always Worn.  Trunks and Valises.  Are you about to take a trip ? You may need a strong  Trunk, a roomy Valise, or a business-like Suit Case. We have  just received a full and complete stock of Trunks, Valises and  Trunks, $8.00 to $15.00.  Valises and Suit Cases to suit any taste or supply any  want.  The RUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELD Co  -LIMITED.  HARDWARE  GROCERIES  CLOTHING  Dispel that old knocking habit and  Boost.  People-who take offense easily and  unnecessarily are either narrow-minded or conceited, though they prefer to  call it having "a sensitive uature."  Such people are usually not worth  bothering with.  Forget all the useless things that  happened yesterday; remembe. only  those which can benefit.  TRADE  MARK  WANTED TO RENT  A 4" or S roomed house.   Apply at the  Times office.  '-*  E. Spraggett of Grand Forks was a  visitor in the city this week, attending  the installation ceremonies of the Odd  Fellows. Mr. Spraggett was the first  Noble Grand of the pioneer lodge of  the district���at Carson, instituted  nearly ten years ago, and now defunct.  A-hew and sensational "feature in  the York County Loan and Savings  company investigation in Toronto de'  veloped this week, when the president  of the company, Joseph Phillips; was  arrested7 The arrest was made on the  chargd of deceit, falsehood and fraud  in dealing with the public.   This step  was taken at the instance of the at  torney-general as a result of the findings set forth in the report of W. H.  Cross, who has charge of the investigation on behalf of the Ontario government. Mr. Cross' report laid bare  facts which showed gross mismanagement as well as misrepresentation of the company's affairs. This was  especially true of the instalment shares  account which was grossly incorrect  aud instead of showing a healthy condition was really a million dollars  short. Joseph Phillips preliminary  trial has been set for next week. If  guilty is proved the maximum sentence is seven years.  A Mining Expert  Who Appreciates  Good Boots, 'Lee-  N        -     ��        *,       I. 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