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 >3_J__��S__  ���b-^XBJ**  pm  _V **._-_  '-.>-  /;  /"''\  rvC'ioK'XAe    7\oof'r,  /*X  ,o \ \l  .������  ^   \.  SL       JUN 5-1907  VOL. 11  GREENWOOD, B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 3.1,  1907.  ��OSS S-__i_S^��K*JS2SffiWH_-_-_s--((_-_l^!-_---B��eC  9 _ae_____3_-38-> {____) OSJJQ  ���*3*g-g*t_a*-__?B____?_____3^^  PERFUMES,  NEW   ODORS NEW   GOODS  FLORAL COLD ORE AM.  lALOUM   POWDERS,  VIOLET WITOH HAZEL,  VIOLET  AMMONIA,  BATH   POWDERS,  TOOTH   PREPARATIONS,  SPONGES, BRUSHES.  ave tlie Finest Goods  these  MINES DEPARTMENT  Thoroughly Organized and  Working.  MINISTER IS  IS  CHARGE  Quite Naturally Comes from the Banner Mineral Province of  the Dominion.  The Liberal administration is  the intimate friend of progress.  If there is one characteristic more tion of the first minister of mines,  relating to mines and mining- and  shall also have the management  and direction of all subjects assigned to it by the governor in  council." It consists of two  branches, the mines branch aud  the geological survey, each with  its specific duties and functions.  The importance of the department which has just been provided for cannot be overestimated. ��� Every farmer in the Dominion of Canada has nothing  but eulogies to pronounce upon  the splendid department of agriculture which, under the able administration of Hon. Mr. Fisher,  has been of incalculable*! benefit  to the  country.    It. is  the in ten-  CELEBRATION NOTES  The  Event  Was  a  Great  Success.  No. 3&.3i  THE CITY COUNCIL  -_&��__E_!_S&____9__a_  g><_-5 asenuameaima Kaaauxu._ ymyi apt m^faaxmjm p _  (eE3-__sa_B_H_i��___-__!��  .������A/*r'W'~,\/-~V.'WA^'*'\/"~\/-  Men's, and Boys'  Furnishings  Wc have decided to clear out our entire stock  of Men's and Boars' Furnishings, to accomplish our end quickly, we will reduce our  prices on these lines, to less than manufacturers prices;    Doii 't miss this  opportunity  of  purchasing first  ciass goods at discounts vary  ing from  Thirty to Sixty Per .Cent.*  Remember :    Everything for men  and Boys  to wear at less than wholesale cost.  TERMS CASH.  p__L,r-Ui__vmg_n___  Women's Goods  ^^Men's^Goods ^  ,ej__sf^vti  IN THE HANDS OF AN INEXPERIENCED PERSON. ��� IF THERE IS SOMETHING  WRONG WITH IT BRING IT TO A  PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER. OUR  SPECIALTY IS WATCH REPAIRING.  ��ray��RK IS Gl-fARMTEEB  than another, of its signal career,  that has served to establish that  fact, it is the activity continuing  ceasely throughout the las ten  years, with which the nation's  industries have been promoted.  Famed for her resources of infinite' variety . and magnitude,  Canada has been blessed with a  controlling authority whose records, open to every one of her  citizens for perusal and investigation, show a policy of progress  which has made her great among  nations.  This fact must have been made  plainly apparent during the session of 1906-1907 by the organization of\ federal department  of mines. The magnificent mineral resources of the country halve  long riveted the attention of the  world, and no stronger evidence  of the government's appreciation  of this happy circumstance is  needed jjthan the alacrity with  which the first minister of the  department, Hon Wm. Templeman, and his officials, have proceeded with the details ol organization. From all sections of  Canada have come expressions of  satisfaction at the creation of the  new department, and the mining  men of every metaliferous region  within her boundaries realize that  no stone will be left unturned to  assist in the development of an  industry already great.  The estimated value of the  mineral production of Canada for  the year 1906 was $80,0.00,000, an  increase of nearly $60,000,000  oyer the production of 1896. The  following will show the total output of the different years since  the return of the Liberal party:  1906 ......;......... $80,000,048"  1905  09,525,170  1904  60,073,897  1903  61,740,513 '  1902.  63,211,634  1901  65,804,611  1900 .64,420,983  .1899 ..;  49,234,005  -1898   38,412,431 "  1897  28,485,023  1896  22,474,256  Of this splendid total of $S0,-  000,000 for 1906, the metallic pro  Hon. Mr. Tenipleman, to make  his new department ^equally serviceable. It is a task greatly to  his liking, for he comes from a  province whos magnificent mineral resources arei a matter of  world wide knowledge. His advocacy of a department of mines  has been supported by the mining  industry from the Atlantic to tbe  Pacific, who have been .unstinted  in their expressions of appreciation at tbe strong evidence of tbe  interest taken iu Canada's mineral wealth by the Liberal administration.  EVERYBODY WAS DELIGHTED  And the Visitors Returned Home With  Good Words for Greenwood and  Will Be Glad to Come A_ain.  Little of moment -was transacted by  the council at its Monday evening-  meeting-.       ���-.-���'  Alderman Gulley .asked for and obtained a six months' leave of absence,  during- which he will roam around the  lake country of the 55th parallel.  S. M. Johnson, city engineer, who  has taken contracts that call for his  absence from the city most of the summer, tendered his resignation, which  was accepted conditioned on the completion of his work in connection with  the waterworks extension.  THE GRAND JURY  In complimentary terms, to the effect  The Victoria Day celebration jtllat the grand jury had taken its duty  in Greenwood was a ��reatsue- ���serious1-' and discharged it well, Jus-  cess. It demonstrated "that the ti(c<7Clcnlc"t received the presentment  ,,���������,. i;,     , .    r, ,    of the grand  jury  with-the assurance  people like to come to Greeuwood.  that the recommendations and sugges-  ^ he condition  of things in the   lions  made  touching   public   matters  SEVEN FATlEARS  In Boundary Mining Enterprise.  A BRIEF COMPARISON MADE  With the Coeur d'Alenes Is Full of  Inspiration and Encour-  ag-ement.  THINGS DOING  Cranbrook  is  busy���busy   in   fixing  up, painting up, building up.  A Montreal man tried to make good  pancakes with "Rough ou Rats," as a  substitute for bakings powder. The  result was a dead failure.-  Russia and San Francisco have entered into deadly rivalry, it would  seem, in the great "graft race."  The grafters are getting hit hard in  'Frisco. Among those recently indicted by the grand jury are millionaires and multi-millionaires. The  twenty-six indictments contained 160  counts and the bail in each count was  from $'1,000 to 510,000. Mayor Schmitz  alone had to put up over $400,000 in  bail money. ������:��........���      ....,,  ducfion was $42,970,269, divided  as follows:  Copper pounds .57,029,231 S10,994,095  5,600,000  6,433,932  1,724,400  149,177  3.066,594  8,948,834  5 823,097  250,000  metals.  LOGAN &'C  ��  Copper Street  Greenwood  Call and see them.  -  W. E_U  Gold, Yukon  Gold, other sources  Pig iron,Canadian  ore, tons      104,660  Iron   ore, exports,  tons "'        74,778  Lead, pounds .54,200,000  Nickel,   pounds 21,490,955  Silver,  ounces...;.. 8,568,665  Cobalt, zinc, etc...  Of the non-metallic  coal, of course, was the chief  factor, its total being <),916,177  tons, representing $19,945,032.  The foregoing admits of but  one logical conclusion, namely,  that if the mineral production of  Canada has increased by 300 per  cent in ten years, there is every  reason to expect that at the end  of the next decade a production  almost startling in its magnitude  will be shown. For be it remembered that Canada as a mineral  domain is but a growing child.  New treasure troves are being  opened up every year and the far  famed Cobalt as a mineral camp  is only about three years old. The  wisdom of the federal government in organizing a department  of mines to father this great industry must, therefore, be now  plainly patent.  Mining men, of course, are  anxious to know as much abcut  the new department as possible.  The act which created it states  that it "shall administer all laws  enacted by parliament of Canada  Hon. Jas. Dunsmuir, lieutenant governor of the' province, has offered a  prize of $1,000 for a golf competition  iu Seattle during the Alaska-Yukon  fair in 1909.  The Imperial Bank of Canada has  decided to increase its capital from  $5,000,000 to $10,000,000.  The government of, Alberta has appointed ������ a commission to investigate  the workings of the coal industry .in  the province. The commissioners are  Hon. A. L. Sifton, chief justice of the  supreme court of Alberta; Mr. Lewis  Stockett, manager of the Bankhead  mines; and Mr, William Hason, president of the Miners' union of Coleman.  The Nationalists are looking for a  real, live, genuiue, home rule bill, as  an issue in the next election.  An unfortunate railway conductor  who, because of overwork, slept at his  post of duty, and so became responsible for a fatal train wrecK, was sentenced a short time ago ;-t Guelph to  three years' imprisonment. The case  has aroused widespread actention, be  cause Judge Riddell pointedly said that  Thompson was not alone to blame, and  thai the papers in the case would be  sent to the attorney general. "To my  mind," he added in passing sentence,  "the persons who ever permitted you  to work nineteen and twenty hours a  day���day after day���for five days in  the week, were guilty of a gross wrong  and I shall recommend to the crawn  authorities that'the persons responsible, no matter what their position may  be, be proceeded against so far as criminal law permits."  THE BOYS"  BRIGADE  .Recently we called attention to the  formation of a Boys' Brigade in Greenwood. The work is a most praiseworthy  one, and reflects great credit on the  disinterestedness and public spirit of  the promoter, Mr. Robert G. Har-  greaves.  The object of the brigade is to bring  the boys of the community together  for physical and mental  improvement.  Youth is restless and wiil be busy, if  not in things helpful, then in things  harmful.  Boys' Brigades are found in every  civilized_!a.nd, and have been successful in doing what they aim to do. The  boys have taken the matter up with  enthusiasm aud in helping them t  equip themselves with uniform and  gymnastic apparatus the public will  be doing itself a benefit as well as the  boys. The director is enthusiastic, the  boys are enthusiastic, the parents are  pleased, and the public ought to find  ,leasure in being helpful.  Boundary was feared to be far  from auspicious for the event, but  it proved otherwise, aud showed  that Greenwood can rely on sufficient patronage under any condition to make one holiday a year  here a booming success.  The weather throughout was  good, not too warm and' not too  cold, with one short shower to  keep down the dust.  The crowd: was large. The  people came early Friday morning and the larger part remained  until the close.  Phoenix turned out en masse,  neighborly and good-natured;  Midway must have closed house  for both days, judging from the  citizens present from the valley  beautiful; Eholt sent a crowd  bent ou pleasure; Deadwood was  deserted for the day, for both  days iu fact, while her people eu-  joyed themselves; Boundary Falls  .walked up, drove up, rode up, -got  up in a body. The country west,  Rock Creek, Sidley, Oroville,  Anarchist Mountain, BeaA^erdell  had evidently made a note'of the  day and didn't overlook it. Grand  Forks wasn't very neighborly,  sending over two score of her people, while the rest remained at  home aud watched the freshet.  The sports were good, the program carried out, faith kept with  the public, and lots of big prizes  were pulled in by the visitors.  The order was all that could  be expected. There were no accidents and no disturbances, and  doctors and policemen were not  needed for the occasion.  Unprovided with any passes or  courtesies of the kind, a representative of the Times, by the  aid of a few good coins, was able  to see most of the sports, and he  finds the greatest pleasure in saying that most of the money prizes  were carried out of town. Everybody got a fair deal, to all appearances, and the best men and  the best horses won.  There was no juggling carried  ou to save money- to the home  crowd.     Greenwood   did   better,  to   the   proper  however, than get many of the  prizes, it got the honor that  comes from keeping faith with  the public and letting merit decide where the glory shall go.  VICTORIA DAY  List of Sports and Those Winning- the  Prizes.  75 Yards dash, boys under 14 years���  Theo. Hunter, first; Red MeMillau, second.  50 Yards dash, girls tinder 14 years���  Bertha Mason, first; Nellie Henwood,  second.  Putting sh')t���McPherson.  '1.0 yards dash, open-'-Charles Galloway, first; Jas. Richter, second.  Boys' Bicycle Race���Chas. Hunter,  first; Earl Shelton, second.  Runnintr Long Jump���Alex Munroe.  Running High Jump���Alex Munroe.  HOBS.;   KACJNG.  Trotting Race - Jas. Bush, first,T. A  Crowell, second.  Saddle Horses���C. Bubar, first;  Stone, second.  Cowboy Race ���Charles Bubar, first,  F. Bubar, second.  Cowboy, extra���F. Bubar, first; Chas.  'Bubar, second.  Running Half Mile, free f_r all���  Stone, first; Richter, second; Garrison,  third.  Pony Race, 14 hands���H. Richter;  first; F. Bubar, second.  Mi���ci-;i,r.AXKor! contj-ists.  Mucking   Contest���Nick   Ck-rf   and  Isaac Goosney, a tie.  Tug of War���Phoenix team.  Drilling   Contest,   double   handed���  Foulds Bros,  second.  first: Mother Lode  team,  HASKKAI.L.  should   be   forwarded  authorities.  That part of the pre.s*entmentdealing  with matters public, read as follows:  M,\v it Pi.ka.sk Youn J_.oi.i._,i_rp :  The grand jury desire to extend  to you a cordial welcome on this  your first visit to the Boundary  district as a judge of the supreme  court.  Whilst the business of the present assize i.s somewhat large it is  due to unusual circumstances,  which, we trust, will not repeat  themselves in years to come.  We have visited the public  school and find it in efficient order  and under good guidance. The  average attendance has been good  The hospital of the Sisters .of St.  Joseph of Peace has also been  visited and the accommodation  provided has been found excellent,  saving that we consider the provision for fire protection to be inadequate, and suggest that the  city authorities be requested to  bring a fire hydrant nearer the  premises.  The jail has also been visited  and everything appears to be in  excellent condition.  We submit that some increased  seating accommodation in the  court room be provided for those  who are called "upon to "serve as  jurors ;" and also that steps be  taken, if possible, to improve the  acoustic condition of the court  room.  Whilst acknowledging that many  of the recommendations of previous  grand juries have been carried out  to the satisfaction of the inhabitants of the district, we beg to  bring forward a matter which has  appeared more than once in former  reports. We consider, it advisable  in the interests of justice that the  salaries of provincial constables  should be increased, so as to obtain  the services of the best men and  to enable them to carry out their  duties promptly. .  As we consider that the railroad  crossing at the Bouudary Falls  !-smelteHs-deeidedly=danger'ous-"for  passengers and traffic along bhe  road, we suggest that a diversion  of the road be made without loss  of time, especially as this matter  has already been brought to the  notice of the authorities concerned  without any apparent effect.  We also believe that so far as it  works within this district, the  Victoria, 'Vancouver and Eastern  railway does not comply with the  spirit of the charter granted to it,  inasmuch as in the construction of  the main line and the spurs thereto  discrimination i.s made to the disadvantage of inhabitants on the  Canadian side of the international  boundary line.  We consider that the logging  companies now working on the  Ivettle river should have their attention drawn to the danger caused  to the bridges by their logs when  Healed down the river and that  they should he called upon to take  steps to prevent sueh danger by  the construction of shear booms or  by other means.  We trust that your lordship's  stay in the Boundary district may  In; a pleasant one and that you  may be long spared to perform the  duties of your office.  W. Ij. C. (.;oui-o.v. I'Yireman  Phoenix vs. Greenwood���Phoenix.  Phoenix vs. Oroville���A draw.  Oroville vs. (.reenwood���Oroville.  ON TO PRINCETON  Our latest advices, and deemed reliable, are to the effect that the V., V.  oi E. will be rushed'through from  Keremeos to Princeton this summer.  Should this prove authentic v.-e congratulate the people of the Siniillca-  mecn on their prospective future.  The Coeur d'Alenes is a very  rich camp, so admitted by the  mining public. To compare the  Coeur d'Alenes with the Boundary is rather unfair to the latter,  the one an old, the other a new  camp. The former has been raising ere since 1SS4, while the latter began to ship in 1900. Thus  the oue has been a producer for  23 years, and the other only 7  years. But phenomenal as has  been the growth of the Coeur  d'Alene output, it is being exceeded in the Bouudary. In its  seventh year the Coeur d'Alene  output was four millions, while  in its seventh year the. Boundary  output was seven millions. The  growth during the first seven  years was thus very much in favor  of the Boundary.  In its first seven years the  Coeur d'Alene output was ten  millions, while iu its first seven  years the Boundary has realized  twenty-five millions.  In its twenty-third year, however, the Coeur d'Alene output  had increased to over twenty  millions, or five times as much as  it was in its seventh year. If the  Boundary should keep up the  same ratio its output 16 years  hence would be thirty-five millions, while if it should keep up  its own ratio it would be very  much more.  It is well to keep in mind the  age of an industry in any camp  when discussing its merits, for in  mining, as in'nothing else, period  of development counts.  This holds even more in low  grade mines than in high, as evidenced by the history of the industry in Butte, where each  decade adds materially to the  camp's output.  It is.no-falsely based optimism,  we believe, that leads us to place  the annual output of the Boundary, fifteen years hence, at fifty-  millions or more.  FOUND GUILTY  Jas. A.  Dale of Carmi, Sentenced to  be Hanged.  Guilty of murder was  the verdict of  theyj_fy"wh"^licard"tlie eviaeiiceagafiisT'  Jas. A. nale, and he was immediately  sentenced to bo hanged by Mr. Justice  Clement, the presiding judge. All the  evidence for the prosecution was in  Thursday afternoon, but at the request  of Mr. McLeod, counsel for the prisoner, an adjournment was taken until  Friday morning. The defense having  no witnesses, and the addresses of  judge and counsel being brief, the case  soon went to the j'iry, who, after fifteen minutes deliberation, returned a  verdict as stated above.  Dale was immediately taken to Kamloops where the death sentence will be  carried out on July 18th, mile,-.- the  minister of justice commutes. A petition is being circulated asking that "  this course be taken in view of the  fact that Dale was struck over the  head wilh a gun by Celle previous to  the shooting.  AT THE AUDITORIUM  The athletic and gymnastic entertainment iu the Auditorium last Saturday evening .>wa.. an exhibition of  good, clean, wholesome -port, reflecting credit on the local Athletic club  and its promoter, Everett Baker.  The wrestling and boxing matches  were liotlj* contested and apparently  on the square. The next time the boys  give a public exhibition we look to see  a big crowd present.  TAINTED MONEY  The big touring car had just whizzed  by with a roar like a gigantic rocket,  and Pat and Mike turned to waph it  disappear in _ cloud of dust.  "Thim chug wagons must cost ah  heap av cash." said Mike. "The rich  is fairly burt.in' money."  .'���An' be the smell of it," sniffed Pat.  "it must be thot tainted money we do  be hearin' so much aboot."���Success.  ���V s______  THB   BOSfHBARY   CREEK   TIMES.  cr*  cr*  Cr*  tr*  o-a,;  cr*  Ci-S  _=.  _���-���  CF<  Vp-  ����  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.        Best $11,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS   $159.831.84  Hon. President:    Lokd Stratiico.na anu Mount Royal, 0. _. M. t.  President:    Six Gkoroe A. Dkummond, K. C. M. (..  Vice-Prosideiu and Genf.-al Manaifer :    fc.. S. Ci.uuston  l   AU Tlie Principal  I Cities    in    Canada  New York, Chicago.  Grain C.-imercial an  Branches in London, Eng. ,  Buy  and sell Sterling Exchauire arid Cable Transfers  Traveller-' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed at current rates.  Greenwood Branch,    W. F. PROCTOR, Manager.    -.-���_ . __ -. -.��� ���-T_- w.vJ^_-<j-_-j*_-*.--^i'U��-_i\.S-*V��\J'v-'-*i'^->J'>J* '���*_��� *s*i   xH V   V�� V* ���_�� ' _> v* ���_�� V. *_i   V    _* ' _���  *__���  _   n  .=_>  ><_.*  X-.  *=_"<  N^  ���*=_3  ���fei*  -=��>  *-_**  3T_9  *v=_>  !*=.��>  -=_"*  -__3  .=��  rWl  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital,$10,00,000.   Reserve Fund. $5,000,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  B. 15. WALKER, President. ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  H. H. MORRIS, Supt. Pacific Coast Branches.  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE POU-OWlfcG BATES J  $3 and unde_     - ��K��e*  Over S3 and not exc-cding $-0    fc c-nsa  :   *��   $10       " " $30   "3 cents  61    $30       " " f-50    .3 cents  These Orders are "Payable at Par at any oflio. in Canada of a Chartered Bank  {Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in the Utlitod States.  NEGOTIABLE AT A  FIXED  RAT! AT  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON. ENG.  They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of niouev  ���with safety and at small cost.  Savings Bank Department  Interest allowed on deposits from $1 upwards at current rates.  Greenwood Branch   -   -    -   -   J. T. BEATTIE Manager  It is a rainbow of promise in  the official sky, the -way'the courts  are getting after the grafters in  the republic south of us. It is  up to us to revise our oft repeated  statement that over there moue}',  if one has enough of it, will mask  villany and make it appear innocence.  Following the example recently set by the ladies of Myers  Falls, a woman's club has been  organized at Sunnyside. The object of the club is reported to be  ''the cultivation of public sentiment in favor of improving and  beautifying the homes and streets  of the city and surrounding  country; to promote the growth  of shade and ornamental trees,  shrubs and flowering plants; the  keeping of buildings and fences  in good repair and free from  debris and obnoxious weeds, and  the keeping of streets and roadways free from objectionable  signs and advertisements; to labor  for symmetry and appropriateness for home, thoroughfare, public school grounds and parks."  That certainly discounts pink  teas and bridge, if the club makes  good.  COURT ECHOES.  Some of us are pining- for the classic \  shades of old Kentucky. We long for  that land where the dark-eyed Southern  g-irl Hits like a fair)* among-fresh-blown  flowers. We are dreaming of the far-  off hills and the blue grass meadows,  whera the corn is full of kernels and  the colonels full of corn.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  /. H.  HALLETT  Barrister, Sowcitok,  Notary Ptbuc.  Cable Address:       "Hallett."  Bedford M'NeiU's  1 Bedford M'NeiU's  Codes < Moreiug- & Neal'_  ( Leiber'B  Greenwood, B. C.  F. M. LAMB,  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office witb F. W, McLaine.  Coppre Street. Greenwood, B. C  0#%%0lsk ��� BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  "'*%&&��?- No. 38. l.O. O. F.  Metis every   Tuesday  Evening at 8 00 ia tlie  1. 0. O. F. HaU.     A  cordial  itivi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  K. U. MORTIMER, E. ANDERSON,  N. G. Ree.-Soc  Boundary CreeK Times  Issued eocry "fridav  HY  THE  Boundary Crceli Printing aM Publishing  Co., LlMITKD,  J. W. ��__is , ;    MiKAO-H  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.,  . E. Yhak    2 00  Six Months. -  1 25  To  FOKEISN  CODNTKIKS.  2 SO  ^���AiiiiF^  <unic3ni_^')labf1-.  ���^mB^  FRIDAY. MAY 31,  I'JOT.  GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT,   _  The Grand jury,, in its presentment, succinctly deals with several matters affecting the interests of the district. Its recommendation that better fire protection be furnished for public buildings in the city is timely, particularly in view of fearful loss  of life in a Montreal public school  and elsewhere because proper precautions had not been taken.  Lumber companies, who are  using the streams for driving  logs, should also be' held responsible for damages to bridges.  Already bridges over the Kettle  river have been either carried  away or damaged by logs jamming against the piers.  Those who have occasion to  use the wagon road from Greenwood to Midway must necessarily  thank Providence for His all-wise  intervention in preventing loss of  life at the numerous Canadian  Pacific railway crossings in the  vicinity of Boundary Falls.  Human ingenuity could not suggest more dangerous death traps.  That there haa been no serious  loss of life can be accounted for  only .by the intervention of some  Supreme power.  The Grand jury's suggestion of  discrimination against Canadian  settlers by the. V., V. & E. railway is a matter requiring careful  by a Canadian parliament in the  interests of the Canadian people,  The construction of the road has  been seriously retarded by a combination of circumst?nces which  has similarly retarded the construction of other railways in the  west. In view of these circumstances, the compauj' should be  given reasonable time to carry  out the promises under Avhich  it was granted permission to cross  the international boundary line  ity-order that difficulties of construction might be avoided. It  is sometimes a dangerous thing  to pay too much attention to the  whining of a disappointed person  who may be honestly mistaken in  the belief that his own interests  are those of the general public.  Nevertheless, it is the duty of the  Dominion government and the  Dominion parliament to see that  in reasonable time this railway  company carries out its obligations to the Canadian people. So  far as we can see, it has heretofore shown no disposition to discriminate against Canadian people, and it is to be hoped that  with improved conditions in the  money and labor markets, construction v. ill be vigorously  pushed through the Similkameen  and that the portion from Denoro  to Midway through Greenwood  aud the Boundary creek valley  will also be constructed.  Since the above was written  the Times is in a position to announce that the contract for the  con struct ion. of the V., _ V. _&_ E...  from Keremeos to Princeton, has  been relet to J. W. Stewart & Co.  and instructions have been issued  to rush the work with the least  possible delay.  The sympathies of everybody  were with the aged father in his  interest in and solicitude for his  doomed sou. Parental love outlives every other consideration.  It was a trying moment for  jury and audience as each juror  was compelled to rise in his place  and pronounce the terrible word  that meant so much to one  man.  The justice's remarks about his  regard for the Boundary, and his  regret at the possibilities of being  compelled to remove to the coast,  endeared him more than ever to  the people in these hills.  The honors and emoluments of  a judge can hardly compensate  for the pain the justice suffered  in passing sentence on the condemned, It illumines human nature to see the agony of a strong  man in a heart-trying place.  Canada can certainly give the  United States "a lesson in the matter of selecting juries. While  each attorney in a cause endeavors to secure an impartial jury,  there are no vexatious delays in  carrying out serious business for  which courts exist.  THE GENEROUS EAST,  The Longboat education fund,  inaugurated by the Toronto  Globe, has been closed at the  magnificent total of S130.25. It  seems a pity that say five others  of Toronto's citizens had not kept  a cent each out of the Cobalt pot  and rounded the thing up to  $180.30. That would have been  a thirty-cent ending at least. And  Toronto aspires to be the, educational center of Canada! It  doesn't look as if Longboat was  going to get much of au education. If the list were not absolutely closed we would suggest  taking up a collection for the  fund in some little Jim Crow mining camp out west, and raising  the amount a few hundreds.  In the Carmi case the Crown  prosecutor while intent, in compliance with his obligation, iu securing a just verdict, manifested  a disposition throughout to be  eminently fair to the chief partv  in the terrible tragedy, and when  a verdict of "guilty as charged'  was returned we are sure that he  regretted that such had to be.  SHARPS AND FLATS  BY J.   MARVIN   NICHOLS.  ^Uneertainty-is-always an^elemeii.-of  weakness.  Nobody but a coward  fails  to make  the venture.  The backbone of character  is  made  in the home.  To bolster a libel one must  resort to  falsehood.  A man with a real purpose in life can  never be satisfied.  0<>000000000��>0000<>00000��i>0<>  An exchange says that in New Mexico Johnny Ghosh and Jennie Dern  were recently married. The local editor could not resist the temptation to  head it, "Gosh-Dern." He has been  living in the desert ever since, feeding  on cactus and sand. He prefers that  to facing the blushing bride and furious hut-band. ���  Is recognised as the leading bakery in  the city   for   MACATCOONS   and   all  kinds Fancy Pastry, Bread, Cakes and  Buns.    Tel. a65.  F. JAYNES,   -  Proprietor  ���-AND-  Stages leave daily for Ferry,  Wash., Mother Lode Mine, and  Phoenix. West Fork stage  twice a week,  COMPLETE LINES OF  PIPES, CIGARS a'tid  TOBACCOS.  J. Ac CHENIBR,  PROPRIETOR  House, sign and all exterior ancl  and interior painting and decor  ating promptly done.  CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDER  Dealer   in    Sash,   Doors,  Turned  "Work  and  Inside Finish,  Etc.  ESTIMATES FURNISHED-        <?  GREENWOOD,   : 1 C, f  �� s  9 PHONE 65. V  O O  <KKM>0<>0OO-0<><K>0O<K>0-C*-CKK>OO0<>  ^wV'. M*  Is unexcelled, as  is evidenced  by  its  its popularity in all the towns  of the Boundary.  For Sale at all Leading Hotels  Either Draught or .Bottled.  Patronize home industry by insisting on having  'ELKHORN" BOTTLED BEER  TEL.. 135  Box 255, Greenwood.  Shop Government street  YOU CAN KEEP DRY  AND ���     \    Jy"*\_/-_  C0MF0RT4BLli^^  IN THE  HARDEST STORMv  BY WEARING  _       i  WATERPROOF  OILED  CLOTHING  ��� lAC*. c��  VCt-LOW  Clean Light Durable  Guaranteed Waterproof  Low In Price      _r  WRITE  TODAY  TOR F&EE  BOOKLET DESCRIBING MANY  KINO�� OF WATERPROOF  OABMENT.  BY   TRADING   WITH   US  FROM S3 TO  SO PER CENT.  SAVED OinOUi. GROCERY BILLS  We sell at retail at lowest wholesale  prices. Hotel and boardii. ghousc keepers, farmers, miners and lumbermen  will find it to their advantage to investigate us.  WE PAY  THE FREIGHT  to any railway station in British  Columbia. We oni.y hanm,- first  class and itjke .'Goods. We guarantee prompt delivery. No order too  small, none too large. Write Fok  ouk pkice wsr. IT IS FREE. Be  convinced  that  you  can save  money.  To Employers of Labor :-a  Are )Tou conversant with the Workmen's Compensation  Act. The only absolute protection offorded is a Liability Policy. The "OCEAN" Policies, (the largest  accident company in tbe world, with assets of over  Seven Million Dollars) provides a complete indemnity  ag-aiust all liability, relieving you<; from^ all responsibility, worrv and trouble.  eric  "9  District Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  '>*>XKwX~X**-*-*>X^^^  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.  iii*,  :*$  t  Y  Y  'I  i  Y  . Y  I  Y-  Y  . The best of Horses and Rigs at all times.  HAY, GRAIN  AND FEED  STORE  o  Chopped  Feed,   Play   and  Grain.  Livery Phone 19. Feed Store Phone 124  GEO.-H. CROPLEY,     -'   Proprietor.  :��X"X"X~xk><��:��X"^^  "f  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  ���I*  ^ 4* 4* 4�� 4* >���*!������ 4* ty tytytytytygtytytytytyty ty ty tytytytyg  <%*  *2��  4  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty.  ty  IDlectric  current   supplied    for  Power, Lighting", Pleating- and  Ventilating-. Power furnished  for Hoisting- and air-compressing plants, with an absolute  guarantee of continue us power  service for operating.   :  : :   :  Get Our Rates. We Can Save You Money  ^tyty^tytytytytytytytyty^tytytytytytytytytytyty  *%���-  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  i   NO.   20  FOR-  People  generally sneer  at  a  thing  they can never acquire.  Nothing can be nobler thau a frank  admission of a wrong.  Did  the   notion ever strike  you  to  turn out of the common road?  Don't be afraid to undertake a new  thing. All such are world builders and  histoo* makers.  EDITORIAL NOTES  A Kansas City usurer got part  of what was coming to him, when  lined SlOO for loaning a man  money at 7..- per cent a month.  The old tradition  that  money is  consideration.    The V.,  V. & E. ! worth what it will bring is dyim'  is a Canadian road,   incorporated out, and none too soon.  Get into a good steady stride that  will stand a lot of going, and that will  "get you there."  The best reformation in,the world is  the sort that begins by reforming ourselves one by one.  In that age when wealth becomes the  standard measure of greatness, then  money will be the world power.  The last one of us would be in a  mighty bad way were we called upon  to prove everything we deliberately  tell.  Do your part to lift the whole race a  notch in the scale of humanity���then  your heaven will take care ot itself.      -���  DRAYING -- We Can Move Anything  F."C.  U C K jue  PROF RIET0R ==  5��R    MOTEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with  electric  lights.  First-class Bar.    Strictly up-to-date goods.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT mwm~~m~~*mm*m**mmviy*imapiwmmX*qei  wan  eren.  ������7 the celebrated Italian  authority, says  food should be chewed until ii is practically in  liquid form before it is  swallowed.   Dr. Liebig, the great German chemist, says that beer is "liquid  bread"-���a genuine food in'liquid form.  - The    Pabst   Eight-Day   Malting  Process does' the  extraordinary work of changing  the raSBKIff^^SI  nutriment in the barley-grain  into palatable and easily di  gestible liquid food.  -���-  16 J_LC3_J__  my  ..'O-iO-..,..  Beer   of Quality  made from Pabst Perfect Eight'  Day Malt, is a pure, wholesome ,-..-,;...,. ^      ���<  food, rich in nutritious, strength- ���--^'''^���'  ening properties that build muscle L____-��--_-��-_-SS__  and make good blood.  The flavor is delicious���you have never  tasted a richer, more mellow beer. It strengthens you and at the same time lessens the work  of digestion.  When ordering beer, ask for Pabst Blue Ribbon.  Made    by   Pabst    at*   Milwau  And bottled only at the Brewery.  Greenwood Liquor Co.,  Greenwood, Li. C.  -pple of Note  In. Short Meter  Mrs. Wm. McKinley, widow of the  late President McKinley, died at Canton, Ohio, on May 26th.  The Spokane papers are telling-, iu  what seems an apologetic way, of the  marriage of millionaire Corbin of  Spokane, to his housekeeper- What  will "sas-iety" do about it, and what  do the chief parties care, any way?  W, A. Carlyle, formerly provincial  minerologist, and at one time'manager  for the E_ Roi and other properties of  the British Amerit an corporation, and  for the past seven years general manager for the RioTinto copper miues in  Spain, has resigned that position to  tal<e up consulting work in London,  where his temporary address is Bank  of Montreal.  The premier of Victoria says that  wherever he went in England he heard  nothing but lhe cry ''Canada," while  the newspapers scarcely spoke of Australia. This is a complete reversal of  the condition of things which existed  prior to the advent of the Laurier government to power in Canada and shows  what a progressive, business like administration, and a vigorous immigration propaganda, can accomplish.���  Rossland Miner.  THE ORE TRAIN  _3 TKE T-ME TO OftDER  W. J. Porter is doing development work on some of his mines  in South Wellington camp, aud  Thos. Roderick is doing likewise  on properties he is interested in  over in Summit camp.  gaps are, it is worthy to remark,  gradually being filled by new discoveries, until it seems as if the  line laid down would be the center of the greatest mining activity of the present generation, so  wide is the area of productiveness.  Robert R. Hedley, late manager  of the  Hall   Mining & Smelting  company's    smelter    at   Nelson,  B. C, who has been appointed to  collect in   British  Columbia, Alberta,   Saskatchewan  and Manitoba,   data   relating    to   mines,  smelters, quart-   and  concentrating mills, etc., for the full report  on the  mining   industry of Canada, which it bas been announced  the newly created  Dominion  department of mines intends to publish, is expected to arrive  iu Victoria  from  Ottawa  soon.     It is  understood   he  will   confer with  Mr. W. F.   Robertson, provincial  mineralogist, concerning the most  ellective means  to adopt in order  to obtain as complete and reliable  information   as   shall   be   found  practicable relative to the mining  and   allied   industries  of British  Columbia.  _or_  Told in Brief  The assessment of Stratlicona for  the present year will be 57,500,000, as  against 52,161,594 last year.  MINERAL ACT.  (Certificate of Improvements.  A Liberal couve- Hon held at Monc-  tou ou the 22nd inst., gave Mr. I-I. R.  Emmersoii a great reception. Mr.  Ernmersoti stated his reasons for resigning1, saying he wanted to be free  to fight his slanderers to a finish and ���  to leave Sir Wilfrid Laurier unembarrassed. A resolnlion��was passed condemning the Conservative campaign  of personal slander and abuse, referred  to the allegations against Mr. IS miner-'  son,audthe convention accepting- in  the most   unqualified sense Mr. Em  JOTICE.  "Ruby" Mineral Claim, situate in the fir..n  "���''ml Minintr Division of Yale District,  w Here located:     In Kimberly Cam..  q-AKK N'OTICl.  that r, .snac N. Hallett  as  tv,��� .if.'1;?"1*. '���"���!"'������'���"���������������*������ P��l">* Free Miner's  C l,fic.-e _.o. n-n-inUMi.ls.xty days from tlie  ��� UK liereof. io apply IO the Mining Recorder  -" a Lcrllfic;ilc "( Improvements for tlie _���r-  l'"s.* oi nbiaini,,,, a Crown (7 ran, of the above  claim. ���"-  And further Hike nolice that action iindersec-  uon o,   i������si ha com,11e,lc,.(, ,,ef���re   ,    issua  of such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this 5th day of March, A.D. 1.07.     2G-3.  I. II. r,A__!_TT.'  ?��<><>(><><><><><>0<X>000<>00<K>0<>0<>0  ���  MINERAL ACT  terrificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  A--IIR.AI-, -DEWEY MINERAL CLAIM  situate i��� the Mreeiiwood Mining Division  ��f Vale District. Where locnted  -lekumev.  TAKE NOTICE that r. AV. Q  irenl for myself F  Camp  p.-uiicc, as  Work     has  The Dominion government,  under the direction of the minister of mines,- is taking steps to  inquire into the value of peat  lands, of which there are'' vast  areas in Ontario and Quebec.  wmmmrnmmwmM^mmm  We have them from S10 up. 1906 leaves us with three  good drop head machines that we had to take back and  which we are "offering at reduced prices. Call and see  theni at once, as we have only three left; S3 a month  takes anew drop head Singer or Wheeler &��� Wilson, the  two best machines du the, market today.  The Crow's Nest Pass Coal  company are putting on all the  men that they can secure in their  efforts to increase the tonnage of  the mines. Development work is  sufficiently advanced at present to  permit-.of 5,000: tons a day being  mined, but good miners are very  .scarce; .There are about 1,700  men at work at present and their  number is being added to daily.���  Fernie Free Press.  gone     on    very  smoothly  and effectively  at  the  Daly Reduction Co.'s works  during- the past month,   there being  abundance of power and the work  better systemi_ed than during the  preceding  year.     While  various  changes have been  made  by Mr.  Ross, they  have  been  to ensure  higher efficiency  and  more economical working,   and were not  changed for  the  sake of changing, as done so often  by his predecessor. It was in many respects  a tough looking legacy  that Mr.  Ross had to take hold of last October, a  costly plant being run  uncared for until it was ready to  drop to pieces, and tbe  flume not  only on the point of dissolution,  but dissolving.    With   the  overhauling   it   has   received,   it   is  working better now than ever before, and parties who  have gone  up the flume report  that where  ���the water used formerly to stream  from it, the flume is now as tight  as a drum.���Hedley Gazette.  sume the administration of the depart  ment of railways and canals, continuing to its fullest fruitation that policy  of successful reform respecting the  Intercolonial railway which he had  inaugurated.  MIB-MffllBMh^^  A strenuous summer's w< rk has been  mapped out for several detachments of  trie Northwest Mounted police, and  they are now being- sent out to arduous  and oftentimes perilous duties on the  extreme frontiers of Northwest Canada. One detachment is bound for  exploration and police duty at the  month of th*. Mackenzie river, where  it empties into the Arctic ocean.  Another detachment will be employed  in cutting trails in Northern British  Columbia, a third will resume exploration work along the shores of Hudson  bay and through the hinterland of the  north. On the 10th of this month  Inspector Jarvis lef t Regina with seven  or eight men to make a 2,000 mile trip  to the north by way of the Athabasca  and Mackenzie rivers to Herschall  island, to relieve Inspector Howard,  who has been there for several years  with a small party of police.  (.rani of the above claini.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificates of  Improvements.  Dated this lltli dav of March. A. I). 190'  RAILY/AY^  SUMMER EXCURSION RATES  EAST  FROM   -KKK-VVOOD  $54.55  To  Winnipeg,  Port  Arthur, St.  Paul, Duluth, Sioux City.  St. Louis, S62.05; Chicago, 356.05;  Toronto,  5S0.55;  Ottawa, SS4.60;  Montreal,S8_,05; St. John,S96.05;  Halifax, S103.85.  On sale June 6, .7 and 8.  First-class round trip 90 days  limit. Corresponding reductions  from all Kootenay points. Tickets available for lake route, in-  eluding meals and berths on lake  steamers. Through rates quoted  to any station, Ontario, Quebec  or Maritime provinces ou application.  For further particulars, rates  and folders, apply to,  2S.6  "*V. G. GAUNCE  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Commander" Mineral Claim, situate in ....  Greenwood _NIinfujr Division of Yale District  Where located:   tn Copper Camp.  E. J. COYLE.  J. S. CARTER,  A.G.P.A.Vancouver D. P. A. Nelson      g  E.    I?.   REDPATH,   AfiENT     0  GREENWOOD, ?  0<>000<K>0<Hru><<}0-<>00<XK>0<KK>0  the    ... .m.  provements for the purpose of obtaining- a  Crown Graut of our interest in the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  section 37, must he commenced before the is-  nance of such certificateof improvements.  llr.tct] this 16th day of April, 1907.  33-.17 I. H. IIALT.ETT.  THE  SORE ACHING FEET  I. LAMONT, Agent  Copper Street. Greenwood, B. C.  The wonderful strikes of Nevada show a distinct line of" rich  mineral deposition, ���.beginning' at  Manhattan oh the north, then  Tonopah,.Goldfield, Bullfrog aud  Searchlight, aud which is more  or less broken to and beyond the  Sonora   line.     The   intervening  _mm__wbbh_m��^^  '.���-����,  er  ��#iKl>4>iKlxMxl-^  For Business Men :  Letterheads,  ���En vclopes,=     Billheads,  Statements,  Receipt Forms,  Business Cards,  Posters.  " Dodgers,  Shipping Tags, -,  For Rent Cards,  For Sale Cards,  Blotters,   Etc.  m<-  m-  *  Society Printing :   _.__ _      Wedding Invit.ations,  "T^uvitatTons for Balis, Etc.  Dance. Programs,  Concert Programs,  Professional Note Paper  Private Calling Cards,  Lodge Printing,  Church Printing,  Score Cards,  Fine Half Tone . '      -  Printing,  Note Paper.  s_r  m<-  m-  SYSTEM  Soothed by Zam-Buk.  Men, women and girls engaged in  stores, who have to be on their feet all  day, often suffer agonies from chafing  sores, soft corns, horny patches, etc.  In other,cases long standing and walking leads to bad leg, varicose veins and  ulcers. Zam Buic takes the pain out  of chafed sores, prevents suppuration  and poison from stocking dye, and  generally heals.  Mrs. K. Watkins, of 26 Forgue Ave.,  Montreal, says: "My boy had a sore  on his heel which was rubbed by his  stocking until it became a very bad  wound. -$at_-Buk took the soreness  out almost instantly, and healed the  wound up wonderfully."  Zam-Buk is equally  good   for cuts  bruises, eczema, scalp sores,   itch bar*  ber's rash, blood  poison   and  all'skin  injuries and diseases.    All  stores anil  druggists sell at SOc. a box.  l-_-__W_-*��M��^^B^��MM*M^WI ���������!>��� Mi III I'll II11^ ^WW ���*������_������ ���_W_-_rari-��_-'-ll-l-l_**  FOR SALE  5 Milch cows.  2 2 year old steers.  I Mare 5 years old.  1. Buggy and harness.  1 Organ and numerous household effects.  1 Ranch with large house and  land irrigated.  J. H. McNAMES  Midway, B.C.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements*  NOTICE.  MONTANA  MTNl.l-.Ai.   CLAIM,   situate   in  Hie   Greenwood   Mininir   Division  of Yale  District.     Where   locnted:   .In   Arlington  Camp aud adjuititiiff the Arlington Miueral  pi-:... ���  Clain  "WILLIAM L;  . 1907.   28-3.  C. GORDON  ���.<_-_,���__-_:  ���Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Resrulations.  ANV available Dominion Lands ivitliin  the  Railway Belt in Hritish  Columbia,  may  be honiestefidod by any person who is the sole  HANDBOOK  (New edition issued Nov. 15, 1906)  Is a dozen books in one, covering Ihe  history, Geography, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy Metallurgy, Termiu-  olog-y, Uses, Statistics aud Finances of  Copper. It is a practical book, useful  to all and necessary, to most men engaged in auy branch of the Copper  Induetry.  Its facts will pass muster with the  trained scientists, and its language i.s  easily understood by the everyday man.  It gives the plain facts in plain English without fear or favor.  Its lists and describes 4626 Copper  Mines and Companies in all parts of  the world, descriptions running from  two lines to sixteen pages, according  to importance of the property.  The Copper Handbook is conceded to  be the  '_���  head  person who is the sole  of a family, or aiiy male oyer 18 years of  ���life, to  the extent of one-quarter section of 100  acres, more or less. > . '  : Entry must --..made personally at the local  laud office for lhe district in which the laud is  situate. ��� ���  .. The homesteader is required  to perform  the .  conditions connected  therewith  under one of J fully satisfactory,  tlie following-plans: ;.-,.'.'���'"  t'l) Al least six liiouths' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father for mother, if the fatherjis  deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a  farm iu (he vicinity of the laud entered for, the  requirements as to residence ma3* be satisfied  by such person residing* with the father or  mother, '   " .  (3 If the settler has his permanent residence  upon fanuiiiu-laud owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to  esideiice may be satisfied by residence upon  the said laud.  Six months' noticein writing should bcft-i-vci'  to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at  Ottawa of iutcutiou lu apply for patent. '*'  Coal lands mav be purchased at S10 per acre  for soft coal and S20 for aiithn'.oite. Not more  than .20 acres can be acquired by one individual or companv. Royalty at tne rate of ten  cents per ton of 2,00 'pound!' shall be collected  ou the gross output.  \V. W.CORY,  Deputy of lhe Minister of the Interior  N\I!.���Unauthorized  publication  of  this ad  vertisement will not be paid for. 32-59  The Mining Man needs the book'for  the facts it gives him about mines,  mining aud the metal.  The Investor needs the book for the  facts it gives him about mining, mining investments and cppper statistics.  Hundred of swindling companies are  exposed in plain English.  Price is S5 in Buckram with gilt top;  S7.50 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  HORACE J. STEVENS  Editor and Publisher.  453 Postoffice Block, Houghton,  Michigan.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE  New Westminster. B- C.  Notice of; Six .Applications for Snec;ai  Timber Licenses.  -#  -#  -4  We have the necessary machinery for doing this class of work, aud can furnish you  with billheads no matter what system you are using.  Mining Co/s Printing :  Prospectus,  Handsome Stock Certificates,  Legal Documents,  '        Notices of Meetings,  Special Receipt Forms,  Time Cards,  Mine Reports,  Shipping Reports, Etc.  Colored Poster Printing:  We are equipped to turn  out the best color poster  printing in Southern  British Columbia.  Work done  in two or three  colors or  in combinations.  PROMPTNESS  and the quality of stock used are the main factors that have built us up the largest job  printing business enjoyed by any printing house in the Boundary country.  %  fr  ^  Government Street,  ��s <r> l��e-firi**.  -f       -J*        ���-���       -t-       T ��� '    -t  OUR GUARANTEE:  NO PAY UNLESS CURED  When You Need a Specialist, Consult One of  Wide Experience.  . ^ ��ro J����t mw completinB- oar twentieth year a. spcciali.U in men'�� dime-ies.  Uupnif thete yearn of clone application to  - -mule cl-M of ailment* we have origin-  at��d �����d perfected tho only kcienti-c and  certain methods by wbich the-c disease* are  cured. If we accept your catc for treatment, a cuio i* but a matter of a reasonable  time.  Wo guarantee every man a lifelone  cure fop Varicocele. Hydrocele. Urethral Obstructions, Blood and Skin Disease-. Prostatlo Troubles. Plies, Pis-  tula, Loss of Vital Power. Kidney,  Bladder and Special Disease,. We  especially offer our services to those  who aro afflicted with weakness as a  result of their own follies or excesses.  '"' Our methods are up-to-date, and  are endorsed by the hl_-lie_t medical  authorities of Europe and America.  Hence our suceess In the treatment of  Men's Diseases. Remomber, our specialty is limited to tho diseases of KEN  and HEN only.  We cover the entire field of nervous,  ehronle, deep-seated and _o_.pll.at_4  diseases.  CONSOLTATIOK FREE.  If you cannot call, write for Symptom BIa<ik.  -���any caie. can be cured at home. All cor-  reipondeace coa_den__l.  111.  n. r.  Osoyoos District.  1. Coiiiineiiciiiif at a post marked - . ...  Tait's X. W. corner post situated about four  miles Kast of IJotindarv Kails, V.. C- and   riin-  ICast Mi-'---1 "'  tlieii  nin^r ICast  Slclirius,  tlience  South   SO chains.  I.i;.Mr.Ki* Co.  Ajreilt,  *.!ice West SO chains, tlience North ,SC chains  to post of commencement.  Yat.h CO-UMIIIA  L.MI'.lCH  Co.  I). K. Tait, Airent.  Daled April 1-th, 1907.  _. Coiiiineiicitij. at '). K Tail's N. W. corner  post and i-111111i11lt West SU chains, tlience North  SO cliains, tlience East .SO chains, tlience South  SO chains to point of commencement.  "Yam-:  Co-U.miii.. f-'sniKK Co.  J. Mcintvkk, Atrent.  Daled April lfitli, 1V07.  3. Coiiiineiiciiiu' :u I). H. Tail's N. \V. corner  post anil rn ii tii ti ir South SO chains, thence Wc-l  SI) chains, ihence North SO chains, tlience Kast  _0 cliains to point of commencement.  Vai.i: Coi.i;mi:i  W. II. CkAi  Daicil April 1-tli. l'WT.  4. Coiriitienciiiir at I). I.. Tail's N. W. corner  post and ritiiiliii). North SO chains, theuce  Kast SOcli.ius. thence South SU cViains, tln'iu:-*  Wesi so chains to point of coiuiiirii.eimnii.  Yam; Cih.u.iiua I,u*.ii:i:k Co.  I'. CoI.MNS, Aifeut.  Dated April l.ili I*��i7.  5. Coiiim.'iKiiutr at a post marked '*J...Caiiit!!--  on's S. 17 corner post'' planted at X. Koy's N  W. coiner ;i' oul lliree. mdes from the mouth of  IlouiKlary CiveK-ou tiie Kast side, aud runuiii;.  Nortli SO chains, tlience West S:i chains, thence  South si' chains, theuce East SO chains to point  of -Oiiimeu.ciuent.  Yam-: Coi.i;mijia f__Mi:i:i�� Co.  J. CaM-kon-, Airent.  Dated April _0th, lf'ii7.  0. Comiueiieiuir at a post in liked " N. Roy's  N. W. corner post" planted ou the ICast side Of  Boundary Creek ahont three miles irom the  mouth, and rutiniui* south SO chains, theuce I  Kast SO cliains. thi'iice North SO chains, thence  West ��0 chains to point of commencement.  Yai.k Coi-hmma IvL'.mukk Co.  N. Roy, Afretit.  Dated April 20, 19J7.  rvi  CUT  _:_.AMjrrkC-  Pot Plants, Bouquets, Etc.,  Write or phone  FRACHE BROS., Columbia, B. C.  Funeral designs of every description.  }^^=^^^^k:m^&$^^^-  Receives both ladies and peii.tloincii as re-i-  dent onlay students. Has a complete business  or commercial course. Prepares students to  train teachers'certificates of all grades, ('ives  the four years' course for tho B.A. detrree. and  i___J_rs-_v_-i.i__o__.___-_i_-Ui_=Scl��>ol of-Kcieii..- -  course, in afriliatioii with Toronto University.  Has a special "Prospectors' Course" for miners  u'Ilo work in 15. C.  Instruction is also (riven in Art, Mus'c, I'liys-  cal Culture and Kloctitioii.  Term opens September 1". 1907. For calendar,  etc., address C01.DMHIANCOLI.I_GK  1 ."i^^F.-ft.'Kja  1_L��_7< l\��M "  Do you know there is big money in raisinf. poultry? Do ;'  you know there.is more money ia running- a fjood incubator u  than in almost anything else you can do lor tiie amount of 7  time and trouble it lakes?.   Do you know my incubator v.-i II *  pay you a bigger profit than any other thing- you cats li-ve >J  oa yonr place?                    " 7-  Well, all these things are  true, and  I  can   prove   it. >/.  Thousands of people all over Canada have proved i: evt-iy J.  year for the last live years. fi  I want to quote you a p  HP  Phone 29  SCOTT  | MEDICAL COMPANY  109 Mario, st, Cor. Hr.! At,..  SEATTLE, WASH.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Klla I".'"   Mineral Claim, situate in the t'lrcon-  wood'-Mininic Divisi.ni of Vale District.  Where located:    Ou Wallace Mountain.  f^El^aiSiSB^fS^msmta  TAKK NOTICi; 'hat I, Isaac Jf. Hall��*tt.  free Miner's Certilicate V.,. I!'IN4*. inieiid.  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certilicaie of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- a Crown  '.rant of my undivided moiety i�� the above  claim.   . *  And further  tak_  notice that  action,   under  section 37,  must.;-- commenced   before   tlie issuance of such t'ertificateof Intproveir. tits.  Dated this Mill duy of April. A. V. I'*.*..  _.-���������. I. U. HALLETT.  r--v*i��-"t  myZ%. cliickens���it tells you bow my Ctiatliam Incp.bai  4&&Fy��a wore money than you caa itiake with hens���far mo.*:,  v^ and with less trouble.  This book tells you how my Incubators are mado���why thev ar.  the best ever invented���and v/hy I sell them ON '_'--Ii_7_iid 'on a  5-Year Guarantee.  My Company has been in business in Canada for over 50 years.  We are one of the largest wood-working' factories in the coi'mtrv.  "wVidso operate a large factory at Detroit, 3iich. Y/e have- the Iii-  cuhator and lirooder business down to a science.  Chatham Incubators and Brooders will __>a'_. you mo::ev. i'-r a '���  Chatham Incubator will hatch a live, healthy chicken oul _�� 'cv-rv  fertile egjc put into it, in 21 days.  Win you write for my book        , __/~"1  today? Do it now while you think -~IiZl72z��rz^zzzz ^ ' R  of it.' Just say on a postal "Please "^^SKt-KSTS-.^  send in<- your Incubator Book"���  that's all. Address me personally.  Manson Carnpbe.l  Ptesidcnt  The Manson Campbell Co., Ltd.  Dent. , Ch-llmm. Ont.  KOTI_ ���I carry large stocks and  si*.''p promptly from branch houses at  C.-sr.i-y, Alt..., Montreal, Que.: Bran  tion. Man.: Halifax, S. S . Victoria,  i.. C, and fattory at Chatham. ��A   fi.     Guaranteed  Five Years  y-"--i?��_i.'_:  gipswirjpa.-w.*.-,���nr���r  j^iS-T^-S'i'--  *.���__ --  -.Jf-l,. -.  feifi-7^ -���-.._,_:._.   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'i&7y��f.  i7777^|PI|i;t7;l;  ^77"'.    7''-_��-.!  ^ff^i:S^fi-|777g:77r  S-:*v**0>*?Vf^At:'7--.';.'v',v''i  ssi   TV.'.-:' ���/���'  ���WMi'  .7 V    v- KiCi'ri:  -���.���/:.   ���.���-,-���::-,:... �� V.-'(.  ^-'���;���:-������/��;.-���:*..-1_%"*{-   ,   .   .   .': ��� ���������;���;.::;���<j.*_���&-? ���.- ft7.-> '-':J,i-%*:7-..*,> ;.>-'��� - v.- .;  .7y.'''-:*i-^^*f��;^���.7'ft*��?:- ������': ���'"'"-, ���'��� ,;7-7.7777;7-  '777-7; 7'-;'-7jfe*f;77:"'7XC-S'_i^  .     .. \: ' '" 'y777' ���*��� '���  ������    ��� .     ��� ���.���������lf\-.Z. ���..*-.-���.**-. ���"-.?.--*  *.'  ''^i/i'tiit/: ify  ^:  ^>:  ���r/*/  .**-:-.��� ,,t-'.-  tf*  ^^ic^fr.^Ca-w/'w.: '���OsZfcMLs*"-- j  7-7:77vvTcno^TO-:7'��� . ../<_���������    \.i��^''-r.^.*'Vi**''  .JS-_7_-;:���  _2____&___B_____.^^  w  ou  to  come  NAVY OF THE LORD  Dr. Mathison,   dentist,   Naden-Flood  block.  Thos. MeAuley was in from the West  Fork metropolis this week.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Phone 96  Wallace-Miller Block, open evenings.  Don't forget this is May 31st.  after your mining license.  Look  John Moran came  in   from  Spokane  on Thursday evening-'s stage.  Mr,   and   Mrs.   Duncan   Ross   have  taken lhe Fair home for the summer.  Cail  at  the  Greenwood   Bakery  for  New England bread.  The record that the Portmann Bros,  made in the Elkhorn brewery is being  maintained by the new owners. The  quality of the product ranks with Hie  best, the wise ones say. Strangers  visiting the city have caught on to its  merits aud call for Elkhorn every time.  A Methodist negro exhorter shouted:  "Come up an' jiue de army of de  Lord."  "I'se done jined," replied one of the  congregation.  "Whar'd yuh jine?" asked the ex  horter.  ���'In de Baptis' church."  "Why. chile," said the exhorter,  '���you ain't in de army, ytth's in de  navy ���Harper's Weekly.  For strictly Fresh Groceries and all kinds of Fruit  PAY ORE COLUMN  Jos.   Chenier   has   returned  from a  three weeks' outing on the West Fork.  _.  invite  our  Agents for the Slater Invictus Shoe.    Guaranteed.  oprmg an  Summer  ana msi  Suits.  Stetson Hals,   15   different colors  and  shapes  to  choose  from.    Prices $4.50 up.  Hardware  Cloth  mg  Groceries  ���-i'-ii'.*'. \���e_: v_..  -'���������-.:���. .-������ -������--^��-..S'^.__:--._���J5Sl  Extr well made   and   finished   with   nickle   trimmings  and its a bute.    Strictly guaranteed.     The best  value on earth for  ._rifo_n_-_4..  Srry, mama, ain't you getting tired trying to cook  ou that old stove ? Well then, did 3-011 know The  O. I. C. Store will give you all its worth and six  bits more in exchange for a new steel range or cast  stove.  _-____��>  Cj<s  m  Always Ask for  'r"jliV  Ul  u  n  i  1 | j 1 i 1. It I  Lu  Fk  ill 1  "* * J  Wi &At*a- fP-3U?-**$Ai\����  6_v   ���<Lffi K  "^ "���_-- �� _" *>"'/ *y * ^*>  IMPORTERS  S.74,  ���ells  vlMixy    -7-.  GREENWOOD  :;/.:> 7;  iki 7J-i-77'iiH _--_7'-;2^_i_7i. &3  The west bound C. P. R. has been  getting in some distance behind schedule lately.  Messrs. O. B. Smith and O. iST. Galer  of Phoeuix, were visitors in town early  in the week,  Mr. C. S. Baker arrived a few days  ago to take over the assaying business  of A. Harry Hook.  Dr. Gordon, who has .old out his  business in Phoenix, contemplates  taking a trip abroad.  Mrs. Charles H. Fair and son left on  Thursday for Collingwood, where she  will spend the summer.  Rev. Forbes J. Rutherford, B. A., is  to succeed Rev. H. S. Hastings in the  Methodist pastorate here.  A new electric hoist has arrived  for the Sunset.  The Jewel is making- ready for  an increase in its force of men.  The property is looking well.  "Please, Sur," wrote a parent, "Jon-  nie was kep home today. I have had  twins.    It shant occur again,"  THE NEW  WAGE   SCALE  Good progress is being made on  the Elkhorn with the diamond  drill. Developments of a gratifying nature are looked for now  most ai_3* day.  New life appears to have been  instilled into McKinney by the  work on the Cariboo and the  bonding of the Leroi. Several  mining men have recently beeu  in camp.  Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Buck of Sher-  brooke, Quebec, have been guests at  the Imperial during this week.  The Bachelor's ball on Monday evening last is pronounced one of the best  ever bv those who were there.  The baseball team meets this evening to take, steps to further perfect  their organi7.al.on and methods.  The benefit ball for Charles Shaw in  Reliance hall Friday evening last, was  a great success for a good cause.  George Rumberger, who has been  down in the prairie provinces for some  weeks, is again in the Boundary.  The Court of Revision has been in  session this week, dealing with-the  usual question of valuation and assessment.  Editor Wilcox came down into the  valley for inspiration this week. We  look to see his lively journal excel itself  this week.  On Sunday, June 9th, on the Midway  diamond, the Oroville and Phoenix  nines will try conclusions. That will  be a ball game.  Among the West Fork colony luxur  iating in Greenwood this week we observed Thomas Murray, Gus Wheatley  and Duncan Currie.  Mrs. K. G. Warren left on Wednesday for Nicola, having been summoned  thither by a telegram announcing the  illness of her sister, Mrs, Strickland.  Mr. F. W. Hart, a former resident of  Greenwood, now in Business at Medical Lake, has beer, in town for several  days looking after his property interests here.  J. C. Haas, one of the former owners  of the Tip Top. recently sold to a local  syndicate,-was^in-town-thisiweeklook-.  ing after development work on the  Golconda.  Phi. McDonald left last Friday for an  outing in the Sturgeon Lake country,  and incidentally to pick up anything  lying unclaimed that bore the earmarks of a mine.  An accident at the Mother  Lode suspended operations there  for a few days the first of the  week. The compan3T took advantage of the occasion  to make  some   repairs  plant here.  at    their   smelter  P. V. Perkins, of the Perkins  Brokerage compai.3', New York,  has been making1 an inspection of  Wallace mountain. Pie was much  pleased with the Gold Drop,  Salty, Duncan and Rambler. He  returned to New York 011 .Tuesday and will be back again in a  few weeks.  Work on the extension of the  Golconda tunnel is going forward.  Although the vein has not been  reached, good values are found in  the country rock at the face, and  the lead is apparently near at  hand. Arrangements have been  completed to begin to ship ore as  soon as the vein proper is encountered.  pi  50  4 50  _, 00  ���!��� 25  3 50  1"! 50  8 75  8 50  4 00  3 50  3 50  3 75  4 00  3 50  3 75  3 50  4 00  3 75  TORE DOWN THE FLAG  Two zealous, but doubtless irresponsible fellows, tore down the flag that  was floating over the American vice-  consulate in Winnipeg on May 24th.  Dr. Jones, the newly-arrived vice-  consul, will probably have the good  sense to charge it to what it actually  wis, not the reflection of the sentiment  of the people he had just come to live  among, but to the fool patriotism of  two hoodlums.  Following   is   the   scale   of    prices  agreed on   by  the  managers  and the  committees from the unions.  Sinking   Ruisiii"' above; 40 foot   Raising, up to 40 feet   Bar-men   "Vluck-rs   Nippers ,   Chute-men   Cliuie helpers, not to blast   Tiiiiliei'ineii   'Helper-   Drivers underground   Drivoi'B, cure for stock   l-nading and unloading ears ami  hRinlliiiH' powder   Sur fa-p. driver!), 9 hours   Surfacu drivers, earing for stock.  Helpers���not tn spit holes   Skip tenders   Station tenders   Cage tenders  3 50  Pump men  4 00  Blacksmith  4 .0  Blacksmith'- helper  3 75  Carpenters' helpers  3 30  1 jaborers, surface  3 30  Machinists  4 40  Compressor engineers  4 40  Motormen  3 80  Head brakeman  3 60  Hear brakeman..  3 50  Electric helpers  3 80  Firemen, 8 hours  3 80  Steam niotornien  4 40  Hoist men, double drum  4 50  Hoist men, single drum, 3 shifts. 4 00  Hoist men, single drum, 1 or 2 ���' 4 25  Crusher men  3 80  Helpers  3 3O  Pipe litters, surface      3 90  Pipe titters, under  4 00  Trackmen  4 00  Helpers  3 50  ���Railroad dump-car loaders..  3 30  Boss dump-cftr loaders  3 50  H-itimorsmen, double or single.. 4 00  SMTCI.TKR���I*"U1-NA CK  FLOOR.  Furnace  man  4 00  Helper  3 50  'Sl.igrnan  3 00  Crane man  3 80  Crane chaser   3 50  Pot repairer  3 25  Furnace pipe litter  3 40  Helper '  3 00  Pot coupler, two furnaces  3 00  Pot coupler, three furnaces  3 25  All common labor, 8 hours  .3 00  Engineers, slag train  4 00  Brakemen -  3 50  Dump men  8 15  Dump trackmen  3 75  Yard track man  3 25  ... 3 25    ___mr=^,_^:v  .  To clear out our stock of Shoes we have  put ou sale   }  i  The  Finest  Line  all our  of   Miner's   Shoes   in the City to  Select From.  acmg your  next  o��&  ��-��  don't  l'org*et  that  wc cariw the largest and most complete stock iu the city.  GIVE   US   A   TRIAL  Our goods are always fresh, and we guarantee  satisfaction.  BASEBALL  Jas. C. Dale is a visitor in town,  having come iu from Carmi ou Tuesday. He is busy negotiating a deal  for some West Fork lands, which he  recently acquired.  S. P. Dixon is putting a fine stone  wall and .stone steps in front of his  new residence on Government street.  When completed the home will be one  of the best in Greenwood.  Mr. A...13. W. Hodges of the Granby,  was a Greenwood visitor Monday last.  He reported that work had begun at  the mines and that the smelter would  resume probably on Tuesday.  Mr. J. H. Kennedy, in charge of the  V., V. & E., was in town Thursday.  He reports progress in steel laying into  Keremeos, delayed by the going out of  the bridge across the Similkameen.  Mr. and Mrs. James Ray of Medicine Hat, are in the city the guests of  their old friend, Mayor Bunting. Mr.  Ray is prominent in the commercial  and municipal life  of his  home town.  The Orovilieboys and the Greenwood  nine played a game of baseball last  Sunday. Until the last inning, when  the home team got a run, the tally  sheet for the Greenwood side looked  like a diagram of Kitchener's chain of  forts across the Transvaal.  Those new suits of green are quite  the prettiest thing yet seen on the  diamond,-but=--like-the-scar-let=--tunic of-  the British Soldier, better be substituted for khaki, as they appear to be  an easy mark.  Co S. BAKER  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER  AND  Ore Shippers Agent.  Samples receive prompt attention.  P. O. Box 123 GREENWOOD.  FOR RENT  Sewing machine, piano, organ, ice  cream freezers, stoves, chairs, tables  or anything- old or new. The O. I. C.  New and 2nd Hand Dump (phone 16.1  A. I_. White & Co. 37-38  Digging out furnace   TEED   FLOOR���S HOURS.  Feeder  4 00  First loader  3 50  Second loader  3 25  Motorman  3 40  3 00  3 50  3 15  3 40  3 00  Track cleaner   Head scaleinan   Other scalemen   Charge-car repairer   Helper'   BRIQUKTTH linj,-.   HOURS.  Feeder  3 25  All others  3 00  SAMPI.R  -111,1,���S  HOURS.  Mill man    3 50  Crusher feeder ".  3 25  -A 11-" O th era rv^vr���t ~rr^ri T-rrrrtrr ^3 -00  Firet unloader  3 25  Second unloaler  3 00  Unloading Crow's Nest coke, car. 3 00  Blairrnore coke, per ear  3 25  CONVERTKR ROOM���S HOURS.  Skimmers.  4 00  Helpers  3 00  Punchers  3 50  Tampers, 2 men  3 25  Crane man  3 80  Ci\'iiie"chaser  3 50  Elevator man  3 15  Head liner  3 50  Quartz mill feedeis  3 30  All others  3 00  l'OWKR  HOUSE���8  HOURS.  Power house men  4 00  Helpers....  3 00  Pump men  3' 50  Blowing room engineers  4 00  Blowing room men  3 50  Commencing June  1st, we will issue coupons for a  drawing to be held June 30th, for  Kenneth McKenzie and C. H. Tye  have gone north in the wake of Angus  Nicholson. If all the contracts of the  government secure the class of men  for the work that the Stewart Lake  fish hatchery has, the country will get  good value for its money.  **-*Hff)  Vase  Value $10.00  Each   50c   purchase   entitles  the   purchaser  to one  coupon which may be the winner.    Get some.  ANDERSON   BROS!  .PHOjXE   oO  rici  "The Big Store"  *^ty ty tytytytytytyty tytytyty tyty 4. ty ty tytyty tytyty'h  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  Nice convenient cottage iu north  end of town,  with large garden. -���  Seven-roomed house in south end of town.   Well  furnished and up-to-date.  Two-roomed house with  25x100-foot lot.    Close  in, S500.   Houses, rooms, cabins aud shacks in all parts of  the town to rent.  Mines, Stocks, Real Estate aud Iusurauce.  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  Bealey Investment &��� Trust. Co., Ltd.  ty GEO. R. NADEN, Manager  ty P. 0. Box 126. BROKERS Greenwood. B. C  _-._9__|.^<^.'_|_^^^^<if ���>^^*$*>f tytyty ty ty tytyty tyti  ty  ty  a������  is alright.     We have some beauties in the shape of  both in the piece ancl in squares  that we shall be glad to show  you. 1,  We have squares in Velvet,  Brussels and Tapestry, and one  of the most complete lines of  Ingrains in the Interior.  Greenwood's Big Furniture House.  ft  ��  _  v  9  a  ��  ��  a  e  a  a  a  o  ��  0  tl  ��  a  <a  a  is  v  9  ��  ss ��� *  a#������#��#��**��'<'*'-���_*#����� ��-t#��**##oia_#*-^^w^^**��*#��**��i4c<'*��_��a<f  .. DEALERS IN ..  f resb and gwec! IHeaSs  S) at  *  -a  ���Cr  Ki  -**  it  ft  MACHINE SHOI*���9   HOURS.  Machinists     4 00  50  First helper   Second helper  3 00  Boss chain gang :.... 3 75  Helper  3 00  Boiler makers  4 oo  Helpers  3 oo  Sheet metal workers  4 oo  Helpers  3 oo  First Blacksmith  4 5o  Second    4 oo  Helpers  3 oo  Mechanics  4 oo  Pipe titters  3 oo  Helpers   Carpenters' helpers    Bricklayers, 9 hours     0 oo  Helper    3 5o  Hod-carriers    3 5o  All others     3 00  Electricians     4 00  Electric wire repairers     3 5o  Warehousemen     3 00  Watchmen on dam or smelter....   3 00  Teamsters]     3 00  Time and a half for overtime  and to  midnight double time.  Scale to go into effect at  once at  Grand Forks,   May 1  at Phoenix,  June 1 at Mother  Lode, and  July  3 00  1   at   Green wood   and   -_o.niu.ary  3 00 1 Fa,Uy smelters.


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