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Volume XL, Number 46.
NKLSON, B. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1904.
Phice. $2 a Year, in Advance
HENRY'S NURSERI
3010 Wostminster Rbiul.
100,000 'Bulbs to arrive soon from Holland
Franco and Japan.
V^D
UK-
THOUSANDS    OF    li'llUI'I
NAMBNTAI. -THICKS.
IthododemlroiiH,      Rosns,   " Greenhouse
and   Ilni'dy. Plants   USv   Knll    Pliintiii"'.
Home Grown and Imported
Garden,   Field   and   Klower   Seeds.
Always in   took In season.
FERTILISERS-BEE HIVES & SUPPLIES.
Green house full of Plants. Cut Flowers,
Flora 1 Work. Uuy direct and secure agent's
commission.
Catulogue free, or call and examine stock.
M. J. HENRY,
Vancouver, B.C.
World's  Fair
Excursion Rates
Nelson  Slocan City Nakusp
Rosebery    New Denver
TO
St. Louis $60    Chicago $65
Toronto $8?.35 Montreal $98
Halifax $12180
New York $101
Three Month's Limit.
DATES OF SALE.
June 7,1G, 17, ami 18.
July 1, 2, and 8
August 8, 0, and 10.
September 5, ti, and 7.
Low Excursion Fares
For all eastern points will alKobe<|Uote.tl
jroiii}? via Port Arthur all rail or lake
route, returning; same or via Chicago
and St. Louis.
For full particulars apply to local agents
J. 8. CARTER
D. P. A , Nelson.
E, J.COYLK.
1). 0. P. A., Viinoiuivei"
Wanted Immediately
\ O'Alli'Q To Ml Frill' tree*, Hufplu-rry,
■r\]^ 13 HI'S (ioiisnlwrry and Currniit Implies
<'!<• (iooil nay wcclily; o Hit tiw. Tlii-rv U
Mk inuiu'y In  'hi* work fur tiU'lw.n'ttiv nun.
i
Wn   have,
unit', r rut-
tii'itlioii, cVMriluini'iVM n| .Vui'Krty Stock mi'lini-
inurtlu'rliiilre.it. and limt vnrli'tltn f<»r Orr.Imnl
and »!iird(in idnntltiK We will di ll\'i-r jroml"1 io
••into crH In (TimiiI eoiiilltlnn. Inltjlit imid. Our
H«<'iit*tinvtMivery iidvun»!iifi> Hint tlii* lino id
JiiiMnrm t-nn (Hit Iln-m.   Apply now lor terms
Over 000 acres.
Pelliam Nursery Co.,
TOUOXTO,   ONTAUin.
HW   Will nmkfi tirrniiKCiix'iit-4 for ' n-»l nirency
or tlie liiiiidllntr of I'Selunivi; icrrliKi'iii.
'"pHBi LEDG-1^ after a continuous publication amid the scenery
, * of the silvery Slocan for 565 weeks has pulled its. freight to
the metropolis of Kootenay wheieit will be-published' until its
editor pushes clouds with the angels, or the sheriff breaks in the
door and makes a wreck of our beautiful plant, bulldog included.
After this week The Ledge wilf be published every Monday morning, and will contain, in addition to its other attractions, all the
latest news.obtainable by wire up to.the hour of going to press.
The circulation is limited to a million, so it will be necessary to
send in your names early, with a cash attachment of $2. A
limited space will be devoted to advertisements, and those who
wish to use its' columns for the -purpose of securing greater commercial   publicity   should  hand in their copy early    No patent
NOTICE.
TU1IRTY DAYS aft. r date Wv Intend t" apply
1 in tlio I'hii'f ("oniini ssioiier nf Lmids and
Wurk:'-, at Victoria, for ;i .*piH'i:il llcunt'Ci to cut
and cany away limber from the following tracts
ol land, .,
FIRST    LOCATION.
Conimoncin<r at a post planted on tins East,
bulk of the sivontl west fi.rkof Wilson crock, in
tlu; Wcsn Kooie.tay di<nict, hbont <i mile* irom
tlic mouth <if the" steam, marked M. H. K .
S E. i-., th'lice -.vest to chains the: ec north 100
ehainr>, thence oast la chains, tliencu south ltu»
chains to point of commencement.
M. H. KKXXEY.
Located the 28th day of July, lunl.    „
SECOND   LOCATION.
Commencing at a post planted on the East
hank of Wilson creek, in the West Kootenay
District, about 7J miles above the falls, im.rkcd
J. [$.. X. K. C, thence sontli KXI chains, them-e
west 10chains, thence north ifio chains, thence
wut 40 chains to point of commencement.
J. BUTLER.
Located the 28th da v of July, ISKll.
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worked at all times for the benefit of the public and the financier.
Do not wait.for an introduction. Bring your work and introduce yourselves. Since The Li-dge first flung its banner to the
breeze it has been quoted more than any other Canadian paper,
and while it lives the name of Nelson and Kootenay will be
spoken by millions of people in all parts of the earth. Our office
is on Baker Street, next to a fine saloon, near two banks, and
butts into an undertaking establishment, with a church just
around the corner. With all these advantages we should do well
and bury our dead with neatness and despatch. Come with your
ads, and remember the great excitement commences at the dawn
Second Annual  Exhibition of the
Nelson Agricultural and
Industrial Association
of August 15.
R. T. LOWERY, Editor & Financier.
September 28-29
NEW BUILDINGS
FINE GROUNDS
BIG PREMIUM LIST
Novel Open Air Attractions
Writ.. f..r I'li/* Ll*l.
J'E. Aniwlili', Sec,  NpIhiii, B.C.
SmOKE :.:
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ASSAYER
SANDON
P. O   BOX 1B5
TELEPHONE 22
FRANK   FLETCHER
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Provincial Land Surveyor
I.atuls nii'l Mii'i'rn! t'liiinii'Stirvcyril
anil t'rcwn (ii'aiitcil.
I'M lluv Ml. OIHi'i: Kimii'iiay St.. Ni-Niiti
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MAINLAND and'IO
BRITISH LION    w*J
CIGARS <* The
air of B.C. is perfumed by their
aroma ** ^ -^
it
it
Is in a delightful location and from its balconies
can be wen all the. beatily of Hit; grand scenery
that HtiiTotindH, hems in. and adonis the busy
city of Xebon. It is the home of tourist* and
business men from all parts of the woild. The
cuisine never drays in the mire of mediocrity,
and every room is an enemy t<> in-i.mr.u. If
you need rooms when on the way in, toueSi the
wire and the deed is done,
$P. BURNS & CO.
' n*n,< % I Have fresh meat everv
f I VS   "j *'">' a' ^''''^on, and in
A f t I i-1 all the >liojis operateii
# 1   Ir/ I'V   tin-in    iii     But i"-ii
4
Colt!
Illbi.l.
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n
Alwny« have a Ixtttlo of Sandon { f y
beer in your pocket whon von j?oi IV)
llnhiiiff.' Write  to this Xuw York j w^J
Hrcwory »nu got a c,ipp. mtw^<*"""^^C y^f€' -*i\pL*r ~~*4P*C ' »(J"C' ">H P"C   >^Mt   ->^K   y^ fK.  xjm;   "X^c "jnik'h:  M%UWl%%-%%%%■ %f
Kverv Uwt in this country tieed«'C^v,^*v.^v^,*x..^\.^*^.vLrfrll,,^.^v.^*>x^ %^**>-^ w^^vrf v^^>^/w^--*-.^ v....,--,liv.<< s..^(,ii>.^w^*,,%.^w*W;   •*  ..» -  »•••■   ■«.,,,«,„„. -,,   4
B, Toiiikiiis, Manager,  Neisuu9 B.C.
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111       HlitSMI
No     f•< ■!3-
fi.r this
and
upplie«l   on
short   not he,
A boot «r Khoc.      I he   Koyal hnoe » i
Blorc, on Baker Mrect,  in Xclson,      The Kootenay Saloon in Sandon      „        «♦!•<)   •> W\
can furniHli any   kind   of footwear i« never snovslided bv cheap beer, ,   ,.,!' n . T   i!)''t>n s
that is rcquirwl. | or whiskey that has !os>t its vigor.!iu l vmt UiKl' {M>''
Masterton, (JritVith \ Co., Trout
«itel when | L.lki, haV(, tt„ th|, «,l|n,nt.^ lmHy,\
by Inmlier eamps utsd mines.
PHOTOGRAPHERS A
tVANCOUVER «^» NELSON, B C. f
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■iM THE LEDGE, NELSON, B.C., AUGUS r 11, 1904.
Eleventh Year
MPLOYERS1 LIABILITY SNSURANO
IS WRITTEN BY THE
MARYLAND   CASUALTY   COMPANY
, AT LOWER RATES
than by any other Liability Company in B.C.
For Particulars Write-
FicDermid & HcHardy,
NELSON, ;"• - -    -=
■■A&Hiits for East and
West Kootenav
B.C.
ik
MY VALET"
THE   TAILOR
Over Wallace-Miller block, Baker
St., Nelson. Special yearly contracts for Pressing, Repairing and
Cleaning. Goods called for and
delivered weekly. Tents and awnings made to order.
Jewellery
iring
We are specially fitted up to do all kinds of
repairing. Look into your jewel cases, you may have a
good brooch which only needs a pin, or a ring which needs
a stone reset. We may use° the old setting or reset
anew. If stones are missing we will furnish new ones at
a very low price. We want your repairs as we are sure
to please you in doing the work. Do not neglect your
diamond setting, ir is perhaps time you had it reset;
this is our special work and we guarantee satisfaction and
safety. On receipt of a postal card we will mail you a
wooden box to insure safety in transportation,
Patenaude Bros., M.±X"*Sl™Nelson
If you are looking for Fishing, Bathing
Hunting, Boating or Glacier Climbing, go to
New Denver and stop a few days, weeks or
months at the Newmarket Hotel with Henry
Stege. Home cooking, and the finest beverages
in the world, including water. Write or wire
for rates.
«   neroarRet fiote!   •   *   flew Denver
ATLANTIC
teamship Tickets
To and from European points via Canadian
and American lines. Applv for sailing dates,
rati;-, ticket? utjd full information to any C 1J.
Ry. agent or—
G. B. GARRETT.
C. P. R. Aj*eut, Now Deuvai.
W. P. P. Cumminus, O. S. S. A«t., Winnipeg.
BENNETT & MURPHY, Proprietors
The Filbert is now the best hotel in the Slocan.      The Dining Eoom is
conducted on strictly first-class principles.    The rooms are
large, comfortable and properly taken care of.
Electric Light, Hot Air, Modern Plumbing. Everything
/'■'■■ Up-to-Date.
We Set the .Best'Meal  in Sandon
Meals 50c.       Tickets $7.       Main St., Sandon.
«§•   A   SHAVE,  (f,
"»"    SHAMPOO    •*
4>   0R   BATH-4, ■
"^        ALWAYS READY AT        *f
CHARLEY GALE'S 5M222
fienry Stege
T.G. Procter
&Co.
SMO &E .. . .
Blue Prize, Henry Vane,
Columbus and Havana
Whip   Cigars. Union
Goods, made by
W. P.  KIEBOUENE & CO.
Winnipeg, Man.
Represented liy GEORGE HORTON.
HOTEL YlOCAN
Is the Leading Hotel of
THREE   FORKS.
--DRINKS  ALWAYS  READY	
HUGH NIVEN, Proprietor
THE CANADIAN BANK OF CGfMCE
-With which is Amalgamated
THE   BANK   OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO
Paid upXSapitnl, $8,700,000.       Reserve Fund, §3,000,000,.
Ajrffi"«ii-at« Resources Exceeding §83.000,000.
HON* GEO. A. COX, President. B. E. WALKER, General Manager.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
foELSON   BRANCH.
Deposits Received and Interest Allowed
BRUCE HEATHCOTE, Manager.
The PARK HOTEL
On the road leading to
Ferguson and Trout Lake
has ample accommodation
for man and his horse.
The bacon, beans, beefsteak, eggs, oats, hay.,
boozerine and cigars can
WATCHES.
I «. MJSLVIN, Manufacturing' Jeweller.
•) . Expert Watch Repairer, Diamond Seitcr,
and ICiigraver, Manufactures Chains, Locke's
*nd Itlnjfs.'■ Workmanship ^uiirantced equal to
any in Canada. Orders by mail solicited. Box
M0, Sandon.
HOTELS.
THE KING'S HOTKLin Ferguson is a cheerful home for all travelers  to   the  Lardeau.
sample Rooms   F   ANK BARBER. Proprietor..
not be beaten in the hills   pkkmont housk, nelson    European
OUTLET HOTEL, PROCTER,
(18 Miles From Nelson )
ON   KOOTENAY   LAKE.
lA-CQOL-£LACE-^KaR-Ar-HO-T—DA4-
Insurance
Real Estate
and
Mining Agents
Ranches and City
Properties For Sale
Family parties can bo .supplied with
fresh milk, butter, eggs, etc , from the
Home Ranch    Reduced Rates by the
week.   Apply to
T. G. PROCTER,   or TH E MAN AG ER
Nelson ' Outlet Hotel Proctor
w Ipi
Is  one  of  the
09. George Clarke
Hotels in these mountains where the stranger feels
at home. The landlord has a smile for every guest,
and the creature comforts of the Hotel are unsurpassed in the Silver City. The meals are free from
lead, the beds from bugs, while the fluids on the bar
produce a reasonable amount of exhilaration without
a disastrous result in the morning.
Sandon.
'^K
Order your Summer Suit now.
Natty Suitings now arriving.
F. F. Lwbscher,
Sllvertoa's Boss Tailor
G%vn SHOES F0,t
..HOUNTAIN CLinBING..
MOM
PURLEY WARD, sandon
of the Lardeau.
KENNY MORRISON,  Prop.
OUR STOCK OF
DS
Is the largest in the
Slocan. Ladies out
town should vrr'te for
samples or prices.
W.:R.MEGAW,   SAND0NB.c.
JOHN OGDEN ASSAY CO.
Gold, Silver, Copper or Lead, $1,00 each
Any two, $1 50; any three, $2 00.
Samples by mail  receive  prompt attention;
Placet Gold, Ketorts and Kith Ores bought.
1725 Arttpulion St.,   I)nnv«r, Colo,
KOOTENAY ENGINEERING WORKS
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
——NELSON, B.C.	
and American plan. Meals, 25cents. Rooms
frimi i e up to -1. Only white help employed.
Nothing yellow about the place except the'irold
In the -ate. MALONE \ TREG1LLUS..
BARTXKTT HOUSK,   formerly the Clark
. is the best -n a day hotel in Nelson
white help employed)
proprietor.
Only
Q    W. BAKTLETT,
THK HOT 1ST. FKRGUSON is the home of
1   Slocan people when they  are  in   Ferguson.
MCDON
"'can peop
NNEL&
BLACK, Proprietors.
I^HK' BKITTANNIA   HOTiX is the old-
*-   est and the best, in the Lnrdo.   Gold seekers
always welcome       DLVIN UltOS.
■Wholesale   Mei%Gln.a.nts.
CTAKKKY& CO.,   WHOLESALE PEAL-
*31'—er<Hn'_Bnttcr—Eg^r'Ch^T'serl'i'onUTe and*
Fruit, Nelson, B. C.
|? KKitCiUSON & CO,, Nelson. B.C. Whole-
Lj, sale denicrs in Wines. Liquors and clgarx.
Agents for Pabst beer.'
XDHSlSTTISTyiir;
!>R. MUJ/)Y. "W*
Has had 17 years experience in dental work, ami
Miaki'-i i HiteciaHv of Gold Bridge Work. V iHlt
made t» the Slocan regularly
aen.eral   Store.	
r   T. KKLLV,   THHEK   FORKS, denier In
•J •   Groceries, Wry Oonds, Kte.
<V
<V
<a*
<^
Job Printin
That assays high in artistic merit, quickly
done at New Denver's printing emporium—
Address
THE LEDGE
J. R.Cameron
I* lh« tailor to jro to  wlu.'tt
you want it muihiii'j-
Suit of Clothes
llo Iihh the nobhiopt stiititijf-
to fcli'ot from, awl the lit find
workmanship Ih tins l»c»i»t.
SANDON,
OLDEST   TAlLOIf
IS   i'HK   HLot'A.S
6rand
THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL - - LARDOIB s£=£-
f(Fht( !•»»* the iirvnt  yt.M
*&&y c.ui»|>    r«fiy iih'.iIh,
S.j ^z£^u li"1* l-«|iiorn iiih! j-mIi
-•\^W b«<h mako It n |mV«.
■ (fei^<        Ha tit  iin»n» f«»r
W'
fioicl
Is tlm hoini'of all Slocan pcoplo traveling to and from \\ \A;\\\
mkaus always ukady.    McLAOHLAN BROS., Props.
i Mil'W-"H» .«wtfK.rH<w\ 'Wf^t
Mill and Mining Machinery. Complete
Stock of Shafting, FittingH, etc., always
on hand Estimates furnished. Scrap
Iron bought by the carload. Kupniriui*
and Jobbing.
B    C. TRAVIS, M.Nicrn
'ma-' r~ '*
inC | ^g^ trav.-il,.,-
AUDITORIUM   j3acob$on a M&mwt Props.
Of the Miner's Union Block    | "
it the oi.lv li'll iii the «Itv »utt«bl# for Tb»«. | SAiWJUiV    l*t1UIJ   tlUUSh.
.'Hii*l   k'i'rti>rinait(r», t'«>n<< *l»,  iaiit--   »rut \  ^™_____
«.ilM-r |.«i.ii«-«no'lutititiH-tii*. J Mcrth at  .ill hour*.
t>"c>r tnw>kiinf*. ml> or «ir# -
ANTHONY    SH ILLAND
s,vi, int} S-tli<i<nt Mliirr«' l'i,.t ,n
SA*fM>V. B. C.
*6i Inti*rl«»r vie w. >*«•;ktir.«mi|*«rit>' i'*: it.-V
«
TO DRY PEOPLE
The Exchange Hotel in Knslo \h
like an oaste in an Egyptian desert.
Slocan folks Hock to it- like hees
to a (lower ganlon.
ALLEN  & PALMER
Dl   PENSE^S
KOOTKNAV KAILWAY& NAVIDA
HON C(>MI»ANV, L1MITKD.
t»rK.i:.\TIN(i
INTKKNATIONAL NAVKSATION *
IKADiMiitfMI'ANY   I..I.MITKD
KANl.ti &SI/KAN" IIAILWAV.
K. vS: S. Ky.
| Lv H::Um.iii.-S.in(Inn-Ar 4:25 p.m.
I *
| Steamer Kn*lo.
I J,v l:^«i iKi»»..-K«i»I^-.Ar I Loo a.m
SE30R.E3T SOOIH3TIES
OH.VKIt CITY l.OIMJR NO. ,'$». l.O.O.F.
n SiuuImi. K.O. M<'tttlni;H In the Union Hull
ovorv Frldnv ovmihiKftl 7:.'I0 VIMlliitf bivtlnvii
iwdinllv in'vlt. (I («» i»tt nit .1. K Lovkhino,
SohU\r.'rninl; A. L Ckaio, VicoQrnnd; W..I.
Gakiiutt, Sccrctno',
HANHOX   LOIKJK   NO   !i4.
i^   Mcott ovitv \V<'ihio«iliiy
K.   OF   l\
cvonlnjf nt H o'clock
intho I'ytltliHi t'ttMln Halt. Sttmlon Sojounitns
lirollif-n will roccivfl ;i I'yililiin wolccmo. S..
Is.\aci*iix.e'.O.      Ai.iiini .t. I'ai.i. K. It. St S.
«JTJR,VH!-Y'OH,
fOHV  MoLATCMIK,   !).iihI;i|„ii niul   Pro-
»l   vliulal I.Hint Surveyor.   NYbum. II C
i      If   HEVLAND, KiMMiif'.riu.il ri"vlift,ij
t\ .   I.BiiiMurvnyoi.   KAHl.O
SANITARIUM.
nAf.Vt
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! ll tiriuniMi lliilycnii I* siiuaU"! tttnld«■« ory
tlmt rlvnU «'V«!it ilio l.ii'i<nif. It f* wi'il l»i<"Wit
,u,i lc .til li .iinl (i<« jc-iii" i'-iii tin.' in i *..• if -i.t
contain* iiIiuikc Tui litsli. mIwiiii <iikI uliownr
Itiiltii.   Tlioii«HiiiU linvc iicoii iiinil of  rlicu-
HIM'Utti. »l-latii".i .ill.l in-Ui.tliil4      It" Wdt»:l* ll>i(l
nil I*vr-r. *i.ltnv. nnil n'romni'h iillnii'iii" A
♦ um cine for l'»'l |n>l«"Mliitf Two malU dally
and tc!*'s;ra|'lilc o«miii«nl"iition
MANAOKIt   WANTKH.
Tru*i«""ritn' I'i'ly or ircntlt-iumi to nun)n«*»
Imi.Ihc* In >iii» i"«ii!tt« nut !i J infinr li'irttcry
f• r w* II »nd fav<.r,i!i>' Known In Mm- of »oili(
li niicl.il Ptftiiiiiitr »i .<*' -HiH^lit ch«Ii»i Ihiv
«n > .•\|H<n«i"»|i ld« hi'Ii Mo ..!») l.y t In it d'lvt
friun li fld'|iii«tlir- i'i iiw ni'in-y .i.lvnii.id
INi.ltion   |..'riiiiiriiiiit     Addrcoi,   Mitiic.' r.  M|o
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.Muiuila mid Kanilo>)pM Cigart S«»r <*al
THE NUGGET
Ih a weekly paper published
ut POPLAR, ». C.     It Riven
I-tin tne iiewu t»i   timt   meat
| gold camp.     It c-asU $2 a
Ar iV:iiipl'i'n.-N;eU)ii-iVv H:oo l".a. J year to any lUlcllCHS.   Hemi
T!.•♦.•..♦ J    ,'.*,♦
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$l\
S<»ti»i »i*«i iJmmda^vU (*r*Ht Nortiicrr |''
art*! (i. tt & N CwnfHmy'n lin***. j
'fJiUfc    k».|i\»»k%.v f    *.*«>■
T»flv#   Tuck   iiumlM-rt of low cry'«
Claim   «ll «t««T* r.nr. «nd a    «*i*y  »>f
Ifiat   *«**'•»   »'»   *njr  ««Mrr«,  s«»*!ji'ii<',
AdilrM*.n.T.Lf.wcry(JfcwI>i!ivt»r, In.'
For fiirihcr j.nrtit ulai  c«H on or ml j
KoBKRT inVlNG. Mincer, K«*l<-^
THE NUGGET
POTLAtt.U C

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