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Array /':.  ."."Mi.T,  Vfr*-,:  ���������whifiimi  "I   I  AT ALL PRICES.  ; iABSQJ.OTELl?,,(?pJ9JfUU?r^ED  A.~-L0GAN<ft&Q.H  *���������!.    J *       I'M     ,'      -'-���������        "L    ���������."'-.  'T'   "���������".  4*' ,'* ,1   ������w.  WATCHMAKERS       .   ' "��������� ' AND * ' '   ' *^JBNEUERS:  **���������  <u>  Vol *ilIL  **���������-  '7'ij-  V������ A.  GREENvVOOD, B. C.;/THURSDAY, 'APRIL"*, 1907;  SS^J?^SrS M&Ttfm 8Sf^J?&SSfra&9gS&  Around ��������� ��������� the-vFlines*  5?  ,i-'.  &S&S&8 ^ft&9S@ 'f^ft&ifitMeSSS&gSS  Texas and Diamond. '  WorfcWas started Tuesday lant  ���������on the''Texas and Diamond, ad*  joining the Providence. Three  men were.put work, and as soon an  the blacksmith shop is built, 'sink-  tag wiUbecommencod. -It is the  intention" to sink to the 100 ft. level and then crosscut for the vein.  The'forca will^be increased at .the  end of the present month.     , ���������  -���������-,  Riverside..  Development is being pushed on  the Riverside, the Perkins  property near Bock creek, under bond to  P. J. Dermody and ' associates.    A  shipment has been made from the  claim to "the' Greenwood Smelter.  A. L. Sutton; official administrator  was over Saturday list, and entered  into a new bond with Mr. Dermody  and associates.    It is understood  the   purchase   price  was reduced  from $60,000 to $,15,000 owing to  those holding the bond not wishing  to continue to work the'claim   under the terms of the original bond.  It is stated'that'theA heirsVof /Ben  Perkinswill endeaver to set a������ide  bond entered into by  Mr."Sutton!"  N There is liable ;to be a stiff- legal  'fight over the'matter./  v-' .''  ..���������    '.  Boundary Falls.Smelter/ .-  The new 600 ton furnace at the  Boundary Falls smelter will soon  be in commission, when the smelter will then have more thVti double  its present capacity. - The power  at the smelter is electric furnished  bv the Cascade. Power* company.  The -power-t'comes - iiit������v-:rhe- ,f.������b  station at 20,000 volts j' and leaves  at 2,000 volts when it enters the  smelter'sub station, from which  550 \*olts~are'distributed' throughout the works. _  The water for" thesinelter is  pumped by two McDowell centri-  . f ugal pumps of a capacity of 1000  and 500 gallons������ per minute, respectively. . These are" run by  two Allis-Chalmers-Bullock electric  motors. At present only the  smaller of the two pumps is iu use,  but the larger one will- be 'used  when the new furnace is,put iu  commission.    ���������" '���������  Au electric motor will be used ou  the feed floor and the feeding will  be done automatically as in the  other smelters of the district.  The foundation is in for., the big  crusher, which will be run by two  100 horse power motors, and will  crush 150 tons of ore per hour,'  handling pieces of rock as large as  42 by 36 inches. The crusher is  manufactured by the Jenckes  Machine Co. From the crusher au  elevator SO feet in length will  .carry the ore.  Air will be furnished the*-new  ���������furnace by a big blower with a capacity of 2,000 cubic feet of air per  minute. This blower will be run  by two electric motors of 20O horse  power each. ���������',:���������������������������������������������*.  When completed the smelter will  bo up-to-date in every respect and  will treat upwards of J000 tons, of  ore per day.  ' Sinking will be resumed as Boon  as the snow, which is now over two  feet deep at the mine, has gone off,  and there is no more dangar of be-  ing'drowned out'by surface water.  The next lower, level will then be  opened,up.   _  .,,.  Stops are now being run1 from  the 135 foot level' to the level of  the.original tunnel,' above which  the three cars of ore shipped in  1905 were mined/ 'Some'three'cars  of ore are on the dump and in the  ore houses awaiting shipment, and  will be sent down the -hill > as; soon  as the roads, now., impassable . for,  heavy teams, have dried.up, suffic:  iently.       <  - ~ _ . -.   - ,  The recently installed 20 h.'p.  electric hoist is giving' most' satisfactory service. This, with a gallows frame, -sorting<shed,-andpre1  bouses, completes the equipment of  the new incline shaft. " ;  i . Eight men are employed at this  property at present, ^and the force  will be largely increased as soon as  sinking has advanced far enough  to open up a second level.~Ana  (���������ondaNews.  warded to the Attorney������General,'  with1 the request that that charter  be cancelled. At a meeting of the  license commissioners 'a' 'similar  motion   was  ������ ,,���������.,. CITY COUNCIL.,..  j Coiiucil met- Weduesday'eyeniiig  with   the   Mayor .and   Aldermen  Desrodier, Sutherland', "Wood. Nelson and Sutherland preseut.   ' " ���������  Minutes, of last regular meeting  read and adipted.  ,'" Two tenders to furnish cement  were read. The city engineer-was  instructed' to. order cement from  lowest bidder.     '���������   .'��������� t ^ ���������, ���������:.  ��������� Sullivah-Nelsou-Tliat the'reser-  voir ou Providence creek be of  equal capacity to the one ou Lind  creek.'- Carried "' * ''  8iillivan-N"eI������>n-That the recommendation ofr superintendent of  Waterworks respecting flume on  Lihd creek'be carried out. Carried  Supt. of Waterworks reported  having given instructions re  Holmes & Kennedy, and also that  he was working on the waterworks  plans.  The mayor asked, permission  to use part of-Copper Btreet for  building  purposes.    Granted.  Wednesday, 10th. April was  fixed as' a general clearance day,  and that all persons not.having  cheared up their premises, by. that  date will be prosecuted.  ��������� Ordered that building on lot 2-1,  block 17, be repaiied and used as a  pound, and that the lot be fenced.  Following accounts were ordered  paid : .��������� i      ...  G. H. Crupley Jja.oo  Cameron & McDonald    4.90  Russell, Law, Caulfield Co.... /...   3.95  White Bros 50  C. J. McArthur.".......;...;'....n39<>  Tue Ledge ...........'...........   1.00  Officer Mul hern reported that  building of C. Castlebar on Gold  streets .was in danger of being  washed out and might cause considerable damage to bridge.  The council endorsed the action  of police and license commissirneis  In reference to the Boundary Club.  Pire Alrirm System .  The boxes for the new fire alarm  system are now in place and the  wire connections made. This-week  the striker will be in position. The  boxes "and numbers are placed as  follows:   ' '  ' 6.    Fire Hall.  23. Corner Copper and Dundee.  24. Gold St. opposite Ladysmith.  ,32.   Corner    Long    Lake ������������������ and  ���������   Dead wood..       '  3i.   Kimberly Av., near.Angrig  ;   non residence.  ���������42.   Corner Copper and-Green-'  1    wood.  <43.   Corner Copper   and Dead-  .,' ,        wood.'        ,  ,  45.   'C(������rn3r Greenwood and Gold.  ��������� * A   person   discovering   a . fire  should at once proceed to the nearest box,  break the glass .hi..the  small; door, turn the key, which  will open the large door,' then pull  down! the lever .'as far., as possible  and then   let' go.     This will immediately cause then umber' of the  !>ox   to   be struct on the fire bell/  T.'.o -person ,,sending    in    alarm  should remain at the box until the  members of the fire depwtment arrive in order that there may be the  least possible delay iu reaching the  fire, 'especially   if box is not near  the fire.  The chief of fire ^department  will, ou request, explain working  of boxes to any person uot understanding the mechanism.  Kodgere took a long time working bond on the whole of the Can-  onea "zone,   which   is' about  five  miles in length and, a piile wide,  including   the   Lindsey  property.  Bodgers started development work  and after spending .$12,000,- Daly  got the'. notion  that Bodgers was  throwing away money,  and sent  word'to Mexico to close down  the  work and throw up.the bond.  . When the property  was started  up at,a later date by' W. C. Green,  the corporation known ap the Green  Consolidated Copper Company, it  was found  that one of Bodgers1,  crosscuts was ^vithin seven feet and  another within twelve feet of the  bonanza ore body,-''justifying  the  remark made by Bodgers that, "if  there was no copper mine there  should be,"   and   that   he   would  probably travel the rer3t of his days  .without finding another place with  such favorable conditions for copper.     "   ��������� ���������      ���������'���������.,'������������������  "Incidentally. Bodgers had a 25  percent, interest'in'the bond- and  had he been allowed two dav.-: lone-,  er,'the Canonea ' properties would  probably have different owners.  The mines are now the-third largest producing copper"properties - in  the world. The output of the  Canonca has'.reached-a valuation  of $37,000.000.���������Seattle Times.- - *"  B.,wifihthe bod}',  ment takes place.  where  inter- WOW  ,   Liquid Veneer 10c.and 50c.a  bottle at A. L. White & Co., phone  16.        ' '  Largest line of Stetson hats in the  district juat arrived at the Bussoll-  Law-Caulfield Co.  -V-ft-  Of Local Interest '7':1  In the.SIocan '  Frank Griffith has resumod work  ou' the'Westmouut aiid will ship a  car of ore in a few days.  Bill Skinner has sold his claims  near Poplar for $40,000. He expects tc leave" Ferguson' in a few  days to prospect in the northern  part of the province.  Tom Tobin is becoming an electrical engineer in Los Gatos, California.  T. D. Woodcock is leaving Slo-  can ^City. He recently made a  large fortune out of timber limits  and will settle on the coast.  The Standard Oil Co. has taken  an option upon several properties  in the Slocan.  Business is so good in New Denver that the bank will put in a  vault to hold the extra money that  cannot be stuffed in the big safe.  During the past eighteen months  the lessees, Harry Lowe and partners have $100,000 worth of ore  out of the Lone Bachelor.  Harry Lowe, one of the most  successful mining men in the Slocan has purchased 30 lots in New  Denver and will take up his residence iu that city..  *   Don't   take   any  Maple ..Leaf  Tea.   [  Caulfield Co.   '  substitute for  'Russell-Law-  Tbe Bay  ... At the Bay mine diiitfcs lire being  run' from the ������35 foot level, the  soirth drift being in JOG foet with a  crosscut to the ledge*'; and the  north drift iu same ;50 fuejti.';'j|L  crosscut is ajt (present being fiifwen  from the end.pf ,tl.e nutttb jdr^cinrtp  the ihanging ,wall ,to tap (the leclg**;  cjthia is .ma^e|pecej58aryiby.tt������brfHk'  ���������encountered ^ft ibis lev^iL The  uow shaft has also been connected  .00 this level with the old workings  civing cscellend ventilation to the  .mine. -       - ���������>,'������������������  We are putting forth every effort  to supply your wants with the  best ; goods for, the least money.  Trade; with us and got your  money's , worth. Russell-Law-  ^ttuifieW Co.   71'."' \  The Police Commissioners  A meeting of the police coinmii?-  sionerH wasibeld Wednesday evening, and.Che evidence token before  jthe "pollee' magistrate in reference  ito Boundary Club was  submitted.  A motipn was passed that tbe  board did uot consider the Bound  ary Club a bona fide dub, and it  ,wa������ dcddo^I .that evidence J������ for- ojling.9,000 injllcs in Mexico,  ���������    ^,    .......     j,  So Near and Yet So Far.  There is an old saying that every  miner takes a long chance when he  goes in search of precious metals,  but the recent capitalization of the  Canonea mining properties in Mexico at $50,000,000, shows how close  J. B. Higgin and Marcus Daly  came to owuiug one of the largest  copper mines in the world. The  story also^bas a local feature, since  M. K-Rodgers, who will build'the  Copper River & Nortljwestern  Railway from Catallato the interior  of Alaska, was iu Mexico for Daly  and Higgin.  The Cauonea property was once  owned by Daly and Higgin, but  they threw it up within two days  of striking the bonanza. In 'the  summer of 18i)7, Rodgers, who hud  for several years beuu hunting  mines for the two men, ran - across  tbe Canonea properties after trav-  .   ,   Mayor at Kaslq Dead. "  Kaslow's Mayor,%C?"W. McAnn,  K.-'C,  passed away, at about 6  o'clock on Saturday evening March  30th.    His death was   not   unexpected as he had been very low for  some weeks, past,  and  had -been  failing^ for -a ^numb'er���������of^years.  Last fall he took a severe turn ' for  tbe worse, at which.time the exact  nature   of   his   ailment .was   not  known, but was" thought to ,be a  tumor.. Some months ago he underwent an operation in  Rochester  Minn.,   from  which  he recovered  somewhat ami   continued  to improve for some time after returning  to Kaslo, so that hopes  were held  for a complete  recovery.     Subsequently, however, the old trouble  returned   and   Mr.   McAnn paid  another visit to Eochester, but the  physHan  informed  hip\. that his  ailment was incurable.    Through  an   indomitable   will  he bore up  cheerfully during a period of painful illness.  The late C. W. McAnn was born  at Moncton, N. B., forty-two years  ago.    He was. a graduate of the  universit}' of Mount Allison. N.B.,  and Ann Arbor,  Mich.    He came  to Kaslo fifteen years ago and  has  been  prominently, identified  with  the interests of the town,   having  served five terms as mayor    Politically ho was a staunch  Conservative and had it not been  for the  serious nature   of   his  illness he  would Jhave been  the  unanimous  choice of the party at the late elections.    He   leaves; a   widow - and  three children to mourn his loss,  for whom heartfelt Bympatuy is felt  by the residents of the Kootonays.  The   Kaslo   Masons   and-   tlie  Eagles turned out almost to a man  to the fuueral of the late C.   W.  McAnn,   and   a  delegation "from  Nelsou wero also present.:, J'Rev.  Dr.   Simpson conducted "thq: first,  part of the service, which was hold  at the family residence Monday,  and provincial past grand....master  E. E. Chipmau read the  Masonic  Ritual.    A large delegation . acom-  paiiied  the   remains .aboard   the,  Kokanee till the steamer was  met  by the Jatcrriatioiial on  her way  north, when they returned home.  The   Nelsou delegates   then  took  charge    until   Tuosdiiy    morning  when G.  W. McAnn, brother .of  General Booth in Vancouver.   .'  ������ With the shadows of "the darker brink" gathering about_ his feet,  like the ghosts of the hills'of Mor-  ven,   and his once rugged,  erect  form bent beneath  the  weight of  70 years of strenuous life  and  responsibilities, '   General     William  Booth, head of the Salvation Army,  undaunted   by a   journey   which  would ��������� be    impossible   for    the  majority of men years his junior,  arrived in Vancouver at  Midnight  on Wednesday and after one of the  most strenuous days any man ever  put in, during which rie addressed  two large gatherings  in  St.   Andrew's   church   Friday   afternoon  and evening and  left for Seattle  at 8.30  Saturday  morning,, where  he spoke in the evening and  three  times on Sunday,  after  which  he  sailed on Monday for Japan.  "The aged' General  was accompanied by Col. Higgins of London,  late chief secretary of the United  States ; Brigadier Cox, of the London Staff, and travelling companion  of the general,  and a number of  prominent officials   of the army,  including    Commissioner   Combs,  Col. Pugmire and others.  The train on which the general  and party arrived was twelve hours  late and the civic reception was  therefore postponed until the morning. Mayor Bethune and a number of civicvofficials and aldermen  we'ntT'to :the, station, ��������� and- Maypr"  Bethune on behalf .of the cicy  formally welcomed the general to  the city. The party at once went  to the Hotel Vancouver, where the  general and party were the guests  of the city.  Only the indomitable  will, the  unconquerable   spirit,   the energy  and the faith which have sustained  General Booth in the times of reverse and persecution  will euable  him to carry out the programme  he" has mapped out for himself in  the evening of his life.    He hopes  to visit every country  where  the  Salvation Army is represented and  already this year has been to  Norway, Sweden,Denmark and Canada  After he has completed his official  tour of Japan and  China,  ho will  return to England   where he will  conduct a gigantic motor campaign,  after which lie will again cross the  Atlantic to tour the .United States.  Undismayed by this strenuous campaign ho intends'to spend  190S in  India and other places.���������Excerpt  from "The World0'  Dr.' Mathison;" dentist, Naden  Flood block.  Job printing of every description  done promptly at The Ledge office.  Mrs. Yates, of the"B/C. Hotel,  returned, this'week from'a visit  to Spokane.. ������������������ *':  Try New England bread, made  only at the Greenwood Bakery,  Copper St.  Bobk ��������� At Midway,- Monday,  April 1, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Garrison a daughter.  Foreman Wilmshnrst has a force  of men at work on' the Greenwood  -Phoenix wagon   road.  Miss Fair of Collingwood, Out.,  is visiting her brother, C. H." Fair  of the P. W. George Company.  J. S..Clnte, inspector of customs,  was jn the district this week, opening up the new offices aud. inspecting the old.  At a meeting of the Diamond-  Texas syndicate held Tuesday, J.  W. Nelson was elected President  and Manager ; Jas. McCreath,  secretary-treasurer, and Dr. J. E.  Spankin; trustee.  -A.M. Whiteside and F. .W. Mc-  Lain returned Monday from the  (oast, where they had been in attendance at the trial for damages  brought by the .V.' V. & E. against  the C. P. E. - .    ^     .  There will be a public meeting  in the city hall this evening,   with  the object in view of forming an  Anglers'   Association   and taking  steps   towards   protecting   fish, in  Boundary creek. <��������� '. -" . ���������  '*   -    ��������� -x--   --       ��������� ;   .  .-    ---  J. L. Watson,   principal  of the  Greenwood   public   school,   is   in  Nelson   this   week attending the  meeting of the Teachers'   Associa-  f*1 '*������  " "Cariboo" Brand"   Tape Gutta  Percha ,Fuse is the highest grade...  grade.     Huutef-Kendrick* "Go! ai'e4*  distributors.,.   ' "'���������;"?'  Incub'ator and- broo'der"f6r salt}- 'h  cheap.    Russell-Law-Caulfield^Co. -���������;."*  ;-'  "Producers and non-producers',',\, ��������� J'J  will be, the -subject tf: the sermoY''^.". T  it  tion.    Miss Martin/ is also in attendance at the convention.  "Laugh and the world laughs  with you" is a true maxiom. To  bo sure that you laugh with the  world you will have to see -'A Jolly American Tramp" which Manager U. D. Newell presents at the j  Auditorium, April 11th, on Thurs  in -the Methodist church Sunday v  evening.        ,',   - ' -    '-~  STesterday ithe farm property advertised 'for sale underrdce'rrga'gel  by C.  5. iLeggatt was disposed at.  for- $1595,   some. $300 abovdthe 'i  mortgage.      ' ,       >, - . .<  - Thos.   Walsh   has^rented -the'  Kootenay hotel to Jas. D./Whalen  and   John   Morrison,'  -both   well"  known in Greenwood "and vicinity. -\  Mr. Walsh will take .life easy for a  time." .,'  Baseball practice on vacant lots,  jnarble playing, and the arrest of -  kids for stealing tennis balls all  point to the' arrival of .spring  shortly, although the weather re,-%  mains very -cold .for this season of  the year.  In  the Boundary.- and Similka-  meen districts there is a customs."  officer located about every three  miles.    This is necessitated by the    .'  frequency with which railroad lines ,  cross the boundary, and the number of Grits looking for situations. "'  Don't forget ithe 'beefsteak -pie   '  dinner'in ithe Methodist-ohurch on'  Thucsday, ililth.    dinner  served  from.5:30 to* o'clock..   Good pro-    '"  gramme. "'��������� Addresses .by .-Mr.  W. *  P-.J^nce,  aud_Rey..E.JManuel,.<_.'.  ������f Grand  Forks. ��������� - Music by local"; -  and outside talent.   '  Jas.  Dimmick, -the well-known '  tcatener Jias rented the Kootenay  hotel dining room  from  the new  proprietors and is prepared to furnish meals, tto the hungry or fas- '  tidious in the best style known to  the .culinary art.    Mrs. Dimmiek  ���������will   arrive   in   a ifew days from    ���������  Walla  Walla and take charge of  the rooms in the hotel.  Wednesday, .April A0,  has been  day night.    Its scenes are said  to namG(1 ������y the city council as clean-  be so funny, its comedy so bright 'inS (,ay������ and .person'-s not getting  and its specialties so clever that  you will regret it if you don't see  it.. Secure seats.  Eden Bank Butter is not j-et  equal led iu quality. Sold only by  Russell-Law-Caulfiold Co.  The Canadian Pacific Railway  Company announce reduction iu  fairs from Canadian Atlantic Ports  to the Kootenay District for settlors arriving in Canada after April  26th. The rate Montreal to Greenwood is $46.10. Through reduced  rates from Great Britain or the  Continent quoted on application to  local agents or J. S. Cartel-, DP. A,  Nelson.     \  Greenwood Miuera' union wil  celebrate Labor Day, Monday,  September 2. Mine and smelter  managers please note. lmtf.  Alas! sighed the pugilist. So  many states now-prohibit (fighting.  Well, but you can always fall  back on the state of ^matrimony,,  remarked the comforting friend.  A-sk your grocer ior Maple Leaf  Tea.;,.. '"__________.���������' ������������������'  Thorc are 410 Jess than 21  American' women eujjoyiug more or  less the title of :prin cess. Somo of  them hiiyo given up ,trying'to:<in-  joy the prince, but ithat is not a  new story. '  The best way -to���������'.raaoh -perfection  is. to follow the advice we give  otherd.  Just as soon as we discover itbat  tho deceased, left for Moncton, N.' ignorance ,ia bliss j.t iau V  The boys who appeared before  Police Magistrate Ilallett last week,  wero let off with 0 talk. In cases  of this kind would it not be advisable to lea������ve the punishment������tff the  boys with the parents. Tho less  iknowlcdgo youths have of police  I magistrates, police and eel la the  .the better. The city lockup is not  a good place for the future men ol  ���������the country to receive their training rfor citisonship. There aro very  few men in > the city today who  have' -not done some pilfering in  ���������their youth. They didn't make any  ���������the worse *neu for eo (doing. It is  (just as natural ifor .tho Hue -boy to,  get into trouble as it<is*for <likn to  breath.. Ho is built that way, aud  bispajrento'.->s1iouUl be .allowed ��������� 'to  guide bis natural'incliuafionsjin the  rigiifc(direction. The police magis-;  trateaud police are appointed to  protect the public from the criminal aud vicious, bo,t to make crim-'  JnahV'     ���������   ���������'.-,/      .' '..    ; .- v.. :*  aotion   ou"itheir'sback yards are, :  after .that date,  liable to prosecution   for  <neg!oct  of .duty.    This  local is published iu order thatiper- ���������  sons   not   working   Sundays -may  have an opportunity to clean up.  before the 10th. inst.  The good standing  of the Sun  Life of Cauada is shown- by the fact  brought out before the Commission  .that during the,past few years<!he  net .profit of the .company, after ido-  ducting all losses,    amounted t������������������  over SJ,000,000 in hard cash.; and  that tho securities   held    by   the  company have a present .anarket-  valno.of about. Sl,050,00# iu excess of ledger value. , Tho policyholders reaj) the benefit of the good  mauagemunt by having tlioir prolgta  iuoreased from year to year, as (the  surplus .piles up.��������� Telegram," Tor*  onto.  Rambler-Cariboo, neftriKrfyo. B.,  C, which for a time wa������good dividend paying property, with a .bigh '  grade of wlver ore, hue -had to stop  operating as the t-hafo'method \va������  expensive,    owing   to   the   large  amount of water that ha'd  to be  pumped out, is agaiii iu operation,,  a tuiiuel nearly a mile long having  been   driven   aud (the upraise fiuc-  cessfullyjmade and ���������lhe.fiii.it>eiit������.w������t.-  ered.     Water ie used to^eoeratn  power and the .cost of -operating  lessened forty (per ccut.  over the  old method.    The-concentrator ban  been  .ruovod  (which   will ^l'ea-tljr  sbortcu tiheibaul, aud it i8ru������>orfi<lf  the Canadian ^Consolidated snieltorn  are negotiating for the mine ut a  fifty cents per ehore b.tte.i������.  1 w  SI  'I I  k' r  i\  * L  ,'  ;"���������.������)>������������������  ; ������ v ><*-������iAlI   V4lU|lil l.4������H'IK  W������I������'m*,*   fJW  f.*^l/.Mrtl,J>jKfl>,T/* v -riw *M.*i(WK-*-i*T������l!lJH.lW|A.������'yjl  '���������^���������"-J������='r������'-*^  <3tfccnwood, B.C., April 4, 1907.  ' THE GREENWOOD LEDGE  jsn 11. i*yra ������*������fE  .just received''tlhe latest and most up-to-  .date styles in Spring Ready Made  Coats ftB-ci Skirts. Our price values -will  bear tho strictest test of cornparisoD.,and  ,coi������303fcend themselves to the most careful buyers.  RENDELL & CO.  Women's Goods Men's Goods  THE LEDGE  is .published every Thursday J at Greenwood, B. C, and the price is $: a year,  jpostagc free .to ail parts of Canada, United  States, Mexico and Great Britain. To  ������th*r countries it is sent postpaid for  ;$t������.50 a year. Address all letters to The  jLedge, GKenwood, B. C.  B. T, LOWERY,  CD1TOA   AND   FINANCIER.  GREENWOOD, B.C.,   APRII,   4, 1907  Gkniiis and insanity are often  (twins*.   - -' .,  \_  The still Jias to make our maple  iByrup..       "   __   Ryes the Cranbrook Herald uses  & dash when it prints h 1J  We are made miserable by  jbhtokiug too eiiich of ourselves.  Sulphur and molasses are onojof  Ithe popular drinks of the hour.  V������e .government will soon have  to dig the coal for consumption in j  this country. ,_^  l'.\ ,.  About. 300,000 immigrants' will  /come to Canada, the majority of  (them from Great'Britain.  Tub day' will "come in Canada'  ���������when tho railroads Avill only charge  ,one cent a mile to carry passengers. _      The air is so rarified in Phoenix  ihat every time you take a drink of  rye you can see th? butterflies in  paradise;          Nelsox, April 4.���������Teddy Roosevelt will arrive this summer and  buy a ranch for the purpose of  raising big game.  Greenwood is in the copper but  #iot tho cent belt and the eyes of  ithe world will soon rest upon its  vr.onderful activity.  The Standard Oil Co.  is looking  for investments in the Slocan hav  jug taken a short option upon a  promising property near Sandon.  Popit real estate firms of Nelson  Are advertising in a Montreal paper  (hat the lakes and rivers around  ithe Kootenay fruit lands never  freeze. This is not the truth, but  pear it.  Thr comet diil not hit tho earth  Fast mouth as predicted by the wise,  man in Home, but it came close  enough to make a great ��������� many  reckless of the future aud pay their  subscriptions.  Ji������ they arc kicking now about  the price of lumber in Calgary,  what will they be doing one hundred years from now, and from the  way the time flies in tho great cow  camp that time will soon pass  ������������������ away. '.���������.���������..__.���������' .,'  ,r Evoumos is rapid in the west.  But a fow years ago the people in Alberta were glad to  earn a dollar by gathering the bones  of the buffalo. -Now several pro-  /esaipBaJ baseball teams make a  Jiving in tho province, and the'  fiamfl of Pat Burns is known all  oyer tho west. ../  ' Gambling: in IndU  Qn what a colossal scale gambling  (0 practlftKd in ��������� India and howcx-  t*mv4yMt flying of kites w u*cd  jM 0 means of gambling may be in-  ftrr*d froi������ ft? fact that last mouth  five Hindoo merchants of Umritster  an important city of the Punjab,  committed suicide in one week because of losses on kites.  This country knows nothing of  flying kites for pleasure, as is done  in America and Europe, and is  carried on with marvelous ingenuity in China. Kites are flown  here that they may fight and the  lighting is done by cutting each  other's strings.  This string is sewing thread, the  finest'and strongest, smeared with  ground glass mixed with mucilage.  Pulled tight and drawn against  another thread also pulled tight, it  cuts like a knife.  A good string must he long  enough to let the kite ascend a  thousand yards, light enough to  let the kite bear it at that distance  and fine enough to cut another  string.  Making a kite requires as much  care as-, choosing the string. The  kite haB to sweep through the air  with the swiftness of a swallow.  Therefore, it must be Hmall, extremely light and strong enough  not to tear as it rushes against the  wind, for the edges, are not turned  over and.gummed down all around  as they are in our kites.  In such a kite the balancing is a  far more delicate operation than in  large and heavy kites.  Kite fighters are most careful  about tho balance of their kites,  and when a kite seems all right in  the hand, their intent eyes notice a  fault as it flies, and, pulling it  down again, they add a piece of  paper twice the size of a postage  stamp or a small twist of cotton to  one side, or they pare one of the  sticks to get the balance perfectly  Drue.  Thus with both kite and string)  in perfection, a match is arranged  and the two champions of sport  take up positions from fifty to a  hundred yards apart and let their  kites fly. If both men are thorough experts, the manoeuvering of  the kites, which may continue for  an hour, or till the wind dies down,  elicits the admiration even of  people who do not understand the  art; but it throws the talent into  transports of excitement.  Each flyer tries to cut the string  of his opponent by making his kite  pass under the other, so that the  strings cross, and then, uy a sudden jerk, sending his kite, up so  that string will come in contact  with the other string and cut it.  There is a trick by which, while  the kites are fifty yards or so  apart, and at the same time level  iu the air, one of them may by a  dexterous movement of the arm, be  made to swoop downand pass right  under and across the other with the  sharpness of a hawk. ���������  The other man tries to .avoid,  these attacks, and to act on the aggressive himself. He may do this  by ...pulling iu hi3 kite or letting it  out till the string inj high .out.of  the other'B reach.  Each such movo is met, by a  coiiutor move till one kite may  fairly fly away, seeking to. turn  again and take an; ad vantage. ������������������/  To persons skilled itv.the sport  the kites appear like living things,  each with a spirit of its own." .One  is slo\y in flight, but quick, jn.turning, or quick in rising and slow in,  swooping, or will do better when  it iu lower than when it is higher  up,  stronger wind. All fhese things  are 'taken as bets are offered or ac-  .cepifid-  The art of the leading kite flyers in any city is keenly distinguished by the talent, at the disposition Of the kites, so that' when a  pporting man sees a kite in the air  flown by an expert who is hidden  from him by. blocks of houses he  can tell who is the flyer by tho way-  the kite is manoeuvred.  In India, not only .the unedu-.  cated, but tho educated people and  tho rich, who are often uneducated,  are very credulous. A gambling  kite flyer easily believes that the  virtues of a kite be in something  than its weight and balance. So  he offers a dollar for a kite, which  would ordinarily cost two cents,  with a promise of a further reward,  if it defeats tho rival kite. The  kitcmaker makes a, kite like a  hundred others he is turning off,  puts two discs or "eyes" of gold  paper on it, gives it a high sounding Persian name like "Ever Victorious" or "Emperor of the Empy-  rcau, and assures his patron that  unless his opponent resorts to  magic no kite ever made will have  a show with that one. If the  gambler can discover who makes  his opponents' kites he goes secretly to him and orders a kite of the  most superlative virtue, adding $10  or S20 to the price, if the man will  make a defect in  the other kite.  Kite fighting is carried on by  hundreds and thousands of idle  men in every city and by scores in  every town. With the schoolboys  it is a rage. During the season  (the cold season, when a gentle  breeze blows steadily), the air  above is as full of kites, mostly  white, but often colored, a3 the air  below is full of butterflies.  Tho mere sight of a' kite in the  air is taken as a challenge, and  another kite is sent after it by  Bomebody who may not see the  flyer nor oare who he is.  Mexico Wining Output  A late city of Mexico despatch  says: Out of nearly 23,000 mining,  titles covering an "area of over G00,-  000 acres, Mexico's greatest production is and always has been in  silver and gold. There are nearly  14,000 properties, covering more  than 300,000 acres, of these ores.  Next.come copper, lead, and of recent date, zinc, but these metals  by no means comprise Mexico's  total metal production, as the  country contains metaliferous ore  from quick-silver to radium.  In the fiscal year of 1905-06 the  total mineral exportation of this  country figured in Mexican money  has been given out officially> as  $125,400,088 silver aud $36,613,32*  iu other minerals.  During last year a great deal of  tin ore prospecting was carried on  and it Is reported that many valuable deposits of that metal were  discovered to the extent that the  erection of tin smelters in Jalisco  and 'Aguas calientcs has been  talked about seriously. This follows close upon the Beginning of  tin smelting in the Northwestern  part of the United States, there  having been formerly no tin of consequence produced outside of Great  Britain and none at all'in America.  Mexico has nearly 40 important  zinc mines, about twenty of which  are in Nuevo Leon, and is exporting about 10,000 tons monthly.  No one is prohibited from smoking Magdala cigars during Lent.  F. M. LAMB  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  GREENWOOD   B. C.  Regular monthly meetings, sf  Greenwood lodge, No. 28, A. F. &  A. M. are held on the first Thursday in each month, in Fraternity  hall, Wood block, Government St.,  Greenwood. Visiting brethren are  cordially invited to attend.  E. G. Warren W. M.  J. S.. Birnie, Secretary.  THE SMOKE  From British Lion and  Mainland Cigars can be  seen all over British Co  lumbia.     Wm.   Tietjen  makes them in Vancou  ver,   and  Nat  Darling  NOTICE.  In thk Matter of thb Estatk op  Thomas Corki������,, Late of EaotT,  in- the District op Yale, in the  Province of British Columbia,  Miner. Deceased.  NOTICE   is   hereby   given  tbat  all  creditors aud others having claims against  the estate of the said Thomes Corkill,  who died on or about the 8th  day of  August, 1906, are required on or before  the 1st day of^lay. 1907, to send, post  prepaid,  or deliver to the undersigned  Administrator of the estate and effects of  the said deceased, their Christian and  surnames, and addresses and descriptions,  full particulars of their claims, statements  of their accounts, and the nature of the  securities, if any, held by them.  And fntther take notice, that after the  last-mentioned date, I, the said Administrator, will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased among the par-  tics entitled thereto, having regard to tbe  claims only of which I shall then have  notice, and that I will not be liable for  the said assets or any part thereof so distributed,  to any person or person*  of  whose claims notice shall not have been  received by me at the time of such distribution. ....    ...  Dated this 36th day of February, A. D.  1907. .    Albert C. Corkill,  Administrator  Postoffi.c.e address, Ebolt, B, C  sells them on the road.  ALL THE STAGES  Arriving in and leaving  ..Greenwood have headquarters at  Chenier's  Cigar Store  Pipes, Cigars, Cigarettes and  ��������� Tobaccos to  suit your  tastes, your fancy or  your pocket.  J. A. GHENIER - - PROPRIETOR  Next door north of Pacific hotel,  Copper;street, Greenwood.    .  NOTICE  In the matter of the kuitf R*frtdtry Act. and  In the mutter ��������� f the Title to Lots 748.7m* Mid MS  Group One,  Cwoyoos  Division, Yulo DL-trict,  Urltl'li Columbia."   . :..       .     . -.    .  UHKHEASCc-rtlHcfttCK of title of the Montreal  k Boston Copper Omi'iiny, beln* Oertltknto of  title No 4810a to the above hundUamentH h<H 1>c������n  lost or destroyed and ������M>llcjiUorrliii������ been made  to me for n duplicate thereof! _  NuTICE 1* hereby KlVen Hint a duplicate Ccr-  tiilwte of.TIUo to thu" nlwv.! horedituim nt* will lie  Ivucci ut tliu ox pi r (it Ion of ore month from the  date of the tiMfc Insertion hereof unlvw In thu  meantime valid ohjectlou to the contrary ii  mude to mejn wrltlnjc.      _���������..������������������,^.  VC.H.EDMOJfrfl ,^,  ��������� District IteffUturof Titlm.  , 1.1, , -������ *i ..��������� !��������� ���������      Land HonUtry Office, hmuloopn, U. ' Fi-Uru-  or iu a light brcczs than in a ttry mu, xwi.   ��������� *>  About  Float  Float is not a periodical.  It is a book containing 86  illustrations, all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life. It  tells how a gambler cash-  in after tho flash days of  Sandon ; how it rained iu  New Denver long after  Noah was dead; how a  parson took a drink at  Bear Lake in early days;  how justice, was dealt in  Kaslo in '93; how the  saloon man outprayed the  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically depicts the  roamings of a western editor amongst the tender-  feet in the cent belt. It  contains the early history  ,, of Nelson and - a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In it are, printed, threo  western poems.' and .dozens of, article too numerous to mention. 'Send  for one before it is too  late. The price in twenty-  five cents, postpaid to any  part of the world. Address'all letters'to       '  ^. T. Lowery\  NELSON, E, &     '  "When you want a'monument or.  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B, C.       *  pmiiiminiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiwfflitiiitflimniiitiMiniii  H: BUNTING  n-<Nv������v������vwv.  ^^virv^AM  CONTRACTOR!'  , AND BUILDER  Dealer in       .    ' ',    ���������  Windows, Dots,  Turned Work and  Jtaside Finish.  SHINGLES, BRICK, ETC.  Wood  MANITOBA 1  Fibre Plaster!  PHONE  65  The Windsor Hotel  of Grand Forks, B, C, caters to  miners, mechanics and sinelterrnen  A. B. Sloan, Manager'  R.    ROBINSON  Is the only shoemaker in  America who obtained a  medal at the Paris Expose '  tion in 1878 for making the  ' Best shoes. ,Boots made to  order ; Repairing ��������� neatly  executed.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD  STAKKEY & CO.  NELSON, B.C.    -  WHOLESALE  DEALERS INj  Produce   and' Provisions  S. J. MI0HT0N  CRAN BROOK, B. C-  Has the largest stock of Pipes, Tobaccoss  Cigars and Smokers' Sundries in the interior of B. C. Mail orders receive  prompt attention.  7  BANK OF BRITISH: NORTH AMERICA  ESTABLISHED   IN    1836. ���������      ���������-     0%  Capital $4,866,667.      ������   ������      RCStfW $2,23S,667   V  -    '  A General Banking Business transacted ���������  Interest allowed on. Sayings Accounts  at current rates.   Open a Savings Account and lay the   foundation  for., a  fortune.  ..' . H. F. STOW,  MANAGE'*  GREENWOOD BR  .H.  >^^<^S������>^^ft^<J^^^^L2^<^���������^'<^'  BANK   OF   MONTREAL  ���������ESTABUSHiD 1B17.  PAID  UP  CAPITAL, $14,000,000. REST. 511,000,000  UNDIVIDED P ROFITS, $159,841.84  Genoral'Banking BiuinesdlTransacted.    Draft* i.saaeci 011 all points, :ind OolUe  tions mndo at lowest rates.  saving:, ban   department i w. p. proctor,  Interest allowed at current rates  /manager greenwood brawch  ���������uaaaaaa b  Kootenay Engineering Works  NELSON. 8. C.  'Founders; Machinists >md Ir������>n  Workers.    Makers of the Crawford  Aerial   Tnim.    Castings,   Builders"   Materials,   Mill  and Mining Machinery  P. 0. BOX 493. B. C. TRAVIS, MANAGER.  NELSON   IRON   WORKS  B. A. ISA^C  R. W. H1NTON  ENGINEER    AND   CONTRACTORS  FOUNDERS AND  MACHINISTS  Repairing- and Jobbing executed with Despatch.   \    ���������  Sheet'Metal work, Miningand Mill Machinery.  .  Manufacturers ofOre Oars, R.R. Contractors'Cars  ��������� Corner of Hall and Front. Streets    ' :'���������?-'"."  Phone 59 NELSON,  B. 0. ,   .P--.0. Box .178  One of the best- appointed workingmen's  Hotels in the City.  The. Finest of bars, stocked  with the best Wines,  Liquors and  Cigars,  In Addition to  THE   BELL   PIANO  we still sell all classes of  FURNITURE  Get our prices when your house needs  furnishing.  J,  iT>  NELSON.  Lighted throughout with  electricity. Hot and cold  baths.  BATES}  Board and room $1 per day  Strictly first-class Service  l999O���������t9099999999999ee^9C^n9Vm99O99O999999999^ienM������^mtmt  Th  e  te������������  >tra  Hotel  Tj-ij 1 J* j-n*.~ ���������''���������^"y** ������. ������ j ������ ������  ���������^���������stvww^V^'Vv*  **^^^*^*^������^^^wm^^w^  FURNISHED ROOMS  By day or week ; $2 a week  . and up, at tho Commercial  hotel, Cojpper street, Green:  wood.   Bath Jin connection.  P. POUPARD  DR. MILLOY       "  DENTIST  ������ ������  67 HASTINGS EASf  VANCOUVER  Is situated on a slight eminence, just a block from the busy  scenes on Baker street, and is within easy touch of everything in the city.  From its balconies can be seen nearly  .  a'l the grand scenery that surrounds the beautiful  city of Nelson.     Few hotels in the great west  equal the Strathcona, and touriHtH jfroui  every laud will.find within its portal*  all[.the essentials that create .pleas-'  p   ' '. ant memories within the  mind of those wtaoj  ' .���������-.;-. travel.  ^������y^JV^>V������>>nru^J^/>fVVV*lJ^^*^���������l*u"^J*���������r~uJ^*^*v^il*^^*l*��������� *nf ft-*i*>i*i*if*,J*-*i*J*J a������j^^j *.*iJ *������������������* * ������������������������������.������*������ ->- *��������� *r"i(*-tf*ir_i-ir_njyf  [������������������#���������.'"&,-WEBB} Proprietor  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.)  i?'  ii  I''  f  'i  r  \MMttwmmMm*mmii&ffliMui*iVmmik^ Atihti*  mMmum^mm  ��������� WW-.*. .f������*t)j^, i f lti j,  .^������1 \V !''  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE.  Gfe&i'wood, B. C, April 4, 1907.  Kings Liquor Scotch Whiskey  ",-   -..    12 Years Old  -.   .J.W.'Burmester s White Port.    : -��������� ���������    ���������,���������  >  . . 'i   * .i  Jas. Hennessy & Go's 3-Star Brandy. v  GREENWOOD LIQUOR GO.  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B. C.    .  Some Good Float  ,  $15,000 Insarance for $2r.50  The new and up-to-date Tripple Indemnity  Policy of the Ocean Accident and Guarantee  Corporation, Ltd., the largest accident company in the world.   Assets over ������7,000,000.  FREDERIC W. McLAINE  DISTRICT .AGENT, GREENWOOD, B. C,   ,    '  The Pacific Hotel  Is under the management ofjGreig  & Morrison. The rooms are comfortably furnished, and the bar contains thebestbrands of wines, liquors  and cigars in the city.  The Pacific iafe  is conducted by Moore & McElroy.  It is open day and night. The dining room is one of the largest in  . . the Boundary, and the lunch counter, is just the place to get a quick  .   meal.     Copper street, Greenwood.  {?������sg&i  PKbw Us*  /  Is the best furnished hotel in the boundary  district. It is heated with steam and  lighted by electricity. Excellent sample  rooms. The bar is always abreast of the  times, and meals are served in the Cafe  at any hour, day or night.  Ernest J. Cartier, Prop.  J. G. MELVIN ���������-*&,  M*il O dars Promptly Attended  SANDON, ii. C.  Manufacturing  Jeweler  Expert Watchmaker and Diamond  Setter, Manufacturer of Chains,  Lockets and Rings, Wedding rings  made on short notice.  WORK  GUARANTEED  Opposite Windsor Hotel' -  P   O   BOX  268  r  PHOENIX, B. C.  Is opposite the Great Northern depot, aud is a delightful haven for tho weary traveler. Great veins  of hot water run through the entire house, and  bathrooms are always at the service of those in ]  search of material cleanliness. The dining room is  an enemy to dyspepsia while the artistic appointment  of the liquid refreshment room makes the drinks go  down like eating fruit in a flower garden. The  sample rooms are the largest in the. mountains and  a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  ^;;vji!MI������.;iMAJBaHAIiLl.>nrop.,  How Animals Cure Themselves' '  That the dog possesses a marked  surgical iustinct is verified by numerous instance? out of the commonplace. A Rev. Mr. Young,  who was engaged for a long time in  missionary work in northwestern  Canada, had among his dogs, of  which a large number was necessary for drawing his sleds, one  Rover.  This dog "not- only attended its  own wounds,,-but actually per-'  formed the duties of surgeon to all  of it's fellows/ Galls, wounds,  frozen feet1 and other like unpleasantness consequent upon the-peculiar ��������� toil they, had -to perform  were systematically -and < successfully treated by "Dr." Rover.  He had one remedy, the anointing nf the afflicted part .with his  saliva. Wherever he applied his  remedy the cure was speedy. It  was noticed that part of; the toes  of the dog patients which could  not.be reached by the dog doctor's  tongue went unhealed.  Mr. Young says that the Indiaus  in admiration of the canine's wonderful canine's learning called him  Muskeke Atim, meaning the surgeon. This instance shows that  the saliva of the dog when,that  animal is in health and properly  fed has a powerful bactericidal effect. .   .   ;  But the dog is not alone in the'  possession of this means for curing  the various ills to which his'trihe  is heir. Cats, cattle, rats, mice  and monkeys are all known to lick  their' wounds when they can get  at them, and when they cannot do  bo they eudeavor to get their companions to perform this office for  them.  If the queer little worlds which  they know were possessed of newspapers intelligible to them it would  doubtless be true that they would  be frequent contributors to these  columns devoted to home remedies,  and they would tell in'glowing and  convincing language how they had  tried this method with such ruc-  ces������s that they would have no other  The Johns Hopkins men who  are inquiring into this subject now  call attention to an incident narrated by Dr. Jas. Weir, in which a  large monkey figured. The monkey scratched his shoulder badly  on a nail which projected from the  side of the cage.  Immediately upon sustaining the  injury the queer, creature went to a  corner aud selected a handful of  clean sawdust to place until the  bleeding stopped, which was in but  a few moments.  The sawdust was saturated with  blood, which had dried and formed  a' most excellent coating for the  wound, protecting it until entirely  well.  It should be mentioned that the  dog's   medical    instinct does  not  halt at the saliva treatment.    He  is a physician as well as a surgeon.  The   dog" Mint   goes   searching  around  in the  field with apparent  nimlessnoris a.nd ^intvllj* settle.-' down  to chew up some most unattractive  and unpalatable greens is taking a  prescription, taught hi in by nature.  The blades he eats are those of  the couch  grass���������which your physician would probably designate ou  nis prescription  blank as triticum  ripens and it performs the office of  a purgative.  Instances could be recited at  length of animal display of 'the  medical instinct. Horses, and  even tho loss intelligent mules, eat  clay when they are afflicted with  stomachic disorder, commonly designated by tho veterinarian as  "sours." ���������  Cattle suffering with eczema  have frequently been known .to  plaster an affected hoof and joint  wiih mud. Dr. Weir tells of a  cow which deliberately broke tho  icjo on a pond in the winter and  treated ljer itchJng joint to a bath  of mud. The fondness of the domestic cat for catnip.is not a condition,of mind-attendant upon the  enjoyment of absolute health, for  it.is only' when the feline is feeling  somewhat "under the'weather"  that it will seek the solace of the  soothing properties of this vegetation.  Under such circumstances cats  have been known to travel miles  after the catuip,' ...  Not the leapt remarkable of all  the achievements of dumb creatures  in the line of.surgery'and medicine  are those of thebirds. Dr. Geo.  M.' Gould cites instances of woodcock killed, which, when exam  ined, were found to be recovering  from previous wounds inflicted by  hunters., ,.  Such wounds, made from small  shot in the body of the bird were  neatly dressed with, down plucked  irotn the stem of feathers aud  deftly arranged about the injured  place. This work was evidently  done by the beak of a bird.  The skill of members of the  feathered tribe in building their  dainty nests is testimony to their  ability in accomplishing work of  this character with neatness and  dispatch. rOf course of this work  Dr. Gould bears witness in the  statement that the woodcock were  found to-be convalescent from the  old wounds.  The Bame authority tells of cases  of bone-setting by birds, which  would be beyond belief if man was  not already familiar with the marvelous intelligence; of the lower  creatures.  Birds, which have fallen into the  hands of naturalists and which had  previously sustained serious  wounds on the legs, were found to  have; actually reinforced the dressing of down with small straws or  twigs just as a doctor would set a  broken limb in splints before up-  plying bandages.  panion that ' it ~wns a grand place, but  that the people war no honest. . Ha'd  had his ','doots" all the week,,'.but satisfied himself., of the fact'on' leaving,  Asked how'he tested.tho matter,-he  said i Ah bowt a box o'pins labeled  1,000 for a penny, and on counting1 them  in the train Lfun' them to be seventeen  slioort!���������Financial Times.  -As the new minister of the village  was on uis way to ovening service he  met a rising young man of the place  whom he was anxious to have become  an active member of the church.  Good ovoning, my young friend, he  said solemnly Do you evor attend a  place of worship?  Yes indeed, sir; regularly every  Sunday night, replied tho young- tellow  with a smile,, I'm on my way to see  her'now.  ' '  "Irresistibly Delicious"  Is  the   Opinion   of  Who Have Once Tasted  In the Mood for. Fooling  A reporter one day asked John Jacob  Astor if it was true that he had 27 automobiles. 5 chauffeurs,*88 horses, 48 car-  rirges���������but here Mr. Astor interrupted.  Statistics are always dry and stupid.  They aie Very irritating:, he said. In  your woik you should avoid them. By  way of warning to you, let mo tell you  of the adventure of a certain statistical  temperance advocate.   ,  This temperance advocate, walking:  in the suburbs, found a man lying full  length on the path with flushed face  and tossed hair. He stopped beside the  man, touched him with his foot to  rouse him, aud said with a voice full of  gentle reproach:  My friend, did you ever pause to consider that, if you had placed the price  of one glass of whisky out at compound  interest at tho time of the visit of tho  Quevn of Sheba.to Solomon, you would  now have $7,716,472?"  The red-faced man lifted his head.  He brushed' tho place on his coat  where the other's foot had touched him.  Then hesaid:  No, I haven't worked that out; but  I'm somo sort of a statistician myself,  arid, if you dnn't.go back 119 feet in 7  seconds,'.I'll hit you 48 times and make  y������ hi see 17,518 htars For I've just had  sfx tcetii pulled forelghtdollars���������that's  *l.ii8'a torita���������arid I tell you, you old  muddler, I'm in no mood for fooling  A Scotsman visited London by himself for the first time to ''speer roond,"  as ho termed it On his return to his  native village he informed a boon com-  E. W.,WIDDOWSON  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER and  METALLURGICAL CHEMIST.  Gold Silver Copper or Lead, eacn. .$i oo  Gold-Silver.... $i 50 Silver.Lead..51.5a  Zinc. .$2.00 Gold Silver with copper or  lead.. $2.50. \  Prompt attention   given   to all samples  25 'per cent, discount upon five saruples-  IBAKER1ST , NELSON.  P, O. Drawer, 1108. Phone, A67  TEA.    Black���������Mixed���������Natural���������Green  SEALED LEAD PACKETS ONLY ,  AT ALL GROCERS.  The.  Good accommodation and  reasonable rates. One of the1  best supplied bars in the city.  Dining room and lunch  counter in connection.  THE MIGHEL HOTEL  Still retains its supremacy as thu   oest hotel in the Kootenaya.  Ostermoor Mattresses  [jClean linen and Good Cooking  Excellent hunting in season.    Good trout fishing in the Elk  river and neighboring streams.    Address ail communications to  Thomas Crahan, Manager, Michel, B. C.  THE ARLINGTON  COPPER ST. GREENWOOD  None but the best brands  of liquors' and cigars.  Morning bracers and  and evening hyballs always within easy reach  of the 'barkeep."  C. A. DEMPSEY prop.  Sater & Johns, Proprietors  '  COPPER ST., GREENWOOD.  ADMINISTRATORS INOTIGE.  In t.lio Supremo Court of British Columbia. In thn matter of tho estate of  Bonjavnln Fcrklua, lute of Ulvcrgide  Mine, liritifih Columbia, d*ce������sod:  NOTICE h I^rcby given that ou the SOtfc dtiy  of January. 1906, It wan ordered by Mr Juttioe  Morrison that A.C Sutton, Official administrator for the Grand Fortes and Greuiiw-ood Electoral DIti .ricta.he administrator of the estate of  Benjamin Perkins, deceased, intestate.  EVERY PERSON indebted to the anld catare  is required'to make payment forthwith to the  undersigned-and-every person, having :n possession effects belonging to defeased is required  to notify, the undersigued forthwith. Kvory  oreditor or other person having any niidm upon  or interest in the distribution of said estate is  required before the 15th day of March, 1907. to  ������eud by registered letter addressed to the undersigned .his namo nnd address and full particulai s  of his claim or interest and a statement of his  uccoiiiit,vt<rliiod by statutory declaration and the  natureiof the security (if any) held by him  After the said 15th day of March. 1007, the  administrator will proceed with the distribution  of the ctatc, having regard to those claims only  of which ho shall then have notice.  I'ated at Grand Forke, B. C. 7th February.  1007 A. C- SUTTON,  ,   Ollluial Administrator,  SI - Grand Forks, B. C.  A. 0. MORRISON  GRAND FORKS.  ��������� Jeweler and Optician, dealer in  Fine Watches, High-Class Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc.  F. F. MEBSCtfEf?  ....    MERCHANT TAILOR   Silverton, B. C.  ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE  HARPY&GG  Midwa}'  Dealer in Dry Goods,' Groceries, Boots and Shoes,  etc., etc.       ���������-*  In the Supreme Court of British Columbia, in the Matter of the  Estate of Roger O'Hara, late  ��������� of VVestbridge, British Colum-  '   b 1 \.\ Deceased^   :; ;.;?������������������:  ��������� NOTICE is hereby given that ou the  28th day of January, 1907, it was ordered  by Mr. Justice Morrison that A. C. Sutton, Official Administrator for the Grand  Forks and Greenwood Electoral Districts,  be administrator of the estate of Roger  O'Hara, deceased, intestate..  Every person iridebted to the deceased  is required to make payment forthwith to  to the undersigned. Every person having in possession effects belonging to deceased is required forthwith to deliver  same over to undersigned.  Every creditor or other person having  any claim upon or interest in the distribution of the estate of 'deceased is required, before the 15th day of March,  1907, to send by registered letter addressed to the undersigned, his name and  address and full [particulars of his claim  or interest, and a statement of his account, verified by statutory declaration,  and the nature of the security {if any)  held by him.  ���������; After the 15th day of March, 1907, the  administrator will proceed with the distribution of the estate, having regard to  those claims only of which he shall then  have had notice. \  Dated'al Grand Forks, B. C, the 7th  February, 1907.  A. C. SUTTON,  Official Administrator,  .���������������������������;. Grand Forks, B. C.  The Kootenay Saloon  Sandon, B. C., has a line 01 nerve  bracers unsurpassed iu any mouo  tain town of the Great West. A  glarsofaquafpura given free with  spirits menti."  ��������� ������������������  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Made by  3. 0. Cftelin $ ������0., nelson  pleuamaFketHotel  Is the home for all tourists  and millionaires visiting New  Denver. _ British J Columbia.  HEHRY-'STEGE;  PROPR.  J. R. Cameron.  >w  Leading Tailor of .the  Kootenays.  Sandon, B. C.  KASLO "HOTEL  KA8L0 B. C.  Is a comfortable home for all  who travel to that city.  COCKLE & PAPWORTH.  NELSON EMPLOYMENT AGENOY  Nelson, B C.  Mines,    Mills,   Hotels,  etc.,  furnished with help.  J.'H. LOVE, MANAGER  T^EJWOfiT HOUSE  Nelson. B. C, is run on tbe  the American and European  plan. Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold in  t'-e safe.  Malorjc   Sc-Trcgillas  Blue Prize, Henry Vane,  Columbus and Havana Ark  CIGARS  are Union Made Cigars, made by \V. P.  Kilbourne & Co., Winnipeg and sold on  the road by GEORGE HORTON.  The Hotel Slocan  Three Forks, B. C, is the leading  hotel of the city. Mountain trout  aud game dinners a specialty.  Rooms reserved by telegraph.  Hugh Kiyen. Prop.  VENDOME HOTEL  ANACONDA  Is just a few minutes' walk from.  the center of Greenwood,  and a .  convenient place to drop in at the'  end of a walk,   Convenient to tbe  smelter  and provides the public .  with  EDSI  OARD AND  EVERAGES  W. B. THOMSON  The Reception Hotel  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE  WORLD ^  - GSECNWOOD LOCAL NO. 31 1  ������������������In Camborne gives all its patrons MeeUfiwt and third Wednesdays ofevery  Uie purest food, drink and ."cigars.! ,n������"lh in ^f !������f,Hf" !,t8/ m'  VJWl,n*  ���������        I members cordially invited to altcud.  _, _ .    ,   ,    .,' Frank Si-uahing, Fin. sec'y,  .James Juindsley" Prop,' kdc*r w. dvnkb, jwdent.  Choice  Fruit  LANDS  For Sale at'$10,.$12 and %\h  Per Acre.  R. J. STEEL  NELSON. B. C  Waterproof Paints.  Coal Tar, PitchJ  Creosote, Oil������ for  Preserving Timber,  Roofing, Pitch  And Paints.|  Nelson Coke aud Gas Co. Ltd.  Pacific Coast Grown  Seed������, Fruit and Ornamental  Treeo. GreenhonHO and,  Hardy Plants. Bee Sup������  plies. Fertilize���������, Implements,   Cntaioguo Free.  M. J. HENRY,  VANCOUVER, Bk C.  Office, .3010 Westminster Eoa^,  ">. -������������������>'  ��������� x"\  1--  IH  :X"J" dT^yryr  ���������jp: ^ ������l"*t*^1*%   (Wll   tMit-jf,*  nu������eiirii*-**Ai*Ma*+ruf***������.* ,���������������*���������> iwu-i-   ���������*-autWx.W)tJ-H>i->\,***aMtBtrt.rsMt���������i w.rt^t^iA^.'Ii^Vau.dia^AC^rtV.a^^  '   C.1-   ������rt nt������l*h.M  *LWC������"1*."J^'MI  ������������������f-���������"1 ���������HT"'iT.t,","*T"-'i'fl",i" Jl"-Jt-'"' ��������� -*-''.w'tV'������ Vi   - ���������* ^T^*.-.  -Greenwood, B.-C. April 4. -190A/.  ���������lEfE GRlMirOQM^jBt&fi;  '1  Mr. Macknight, (member .of the  Professional Photographers Association,^ City Studio, Greenwood. is1, prepared to' photograph  groups, buildings, machinery, etc.,  aoyavheite vqithin jLOO miles radius.-  Lnd.v,.griid Meandering Alike., do you  want any wood,ob-opped?  No, was .the sharp answer..,  s Nor chores qf any Jciiid done ?  No.  In dat caflo, $. feels relieved.' I can  tfihe a clinnce'on ri&fcin'you for flomo  thin' to .cat.���������Washington Star.  When copper looks like 30 cents  cents the whole Boundary cau  in oke 'Royal Seal cigars.  ���������riMMWIilllI IMTB*  m**  iimn i������niiiii^r������������BpjMm������rrw}>ijp*^r^  ,A ,n(\w .pul -rather sufirising itppliea  ���������fion' of asbestOBiio for aijnty stockings/  ���������wliic-li "have been shown to bii less irri-  'tilting to. -the feet of soldiers on the  'march thjjii other stockings and tlie  jW.ir department of Austri n is couslder-  \in������- their ������enenil adoption.  Minus ,tv,o ounces of brain, A. C.  IlanilnontV lias recovered and will soon  ;be dischnr<;e<l from tho hospital at  iChippewa Falls, ^Vis Mr. Hammond  was it'ijui-ed by .c circular saw near  /Thorp. ''He lost'a piece-of his skull-  jihree inches square, exposing the. brain,  ���������and about two ounces of the brain were  '.3ost. ..After tho accident ho-rode eight  '���������/miles to Thorp, where he took the tiain  '-.to Chippewa. Physicians then thought  ';he could not live. Kvi>r since he came  amdeccai'i; of physicians id the. hospital  at Cliippe.wai'alls ho.'hr.r. been'conscious  .,",nd the 1. sina: of part of his thinking  '.'apparatus docs not at all seem to (jive  '.any inconvenience. He remembers all  'i*.he events of his life and says he feels  '/better than over he did before  .-In Holland potatoes are not received  ;iii the ,'parcel post. Denmark wiil not  receive almanacs, aud E,������'ypt -w-Hl no  'jpernut sa'u^cges' to bo posted. Gor-  'ifiany refuses anything of American  .origin and has some clauses directed  '.against Japan, whilo air jjuns, maps,  wax matches, rnaarie-, relics, and jew  elry are the miscellaneous barred by  'Spain.  A Hungarian physician I)fi9 mounted  .an apparatus, which, producing altern-  'nte compressions of air and vacuums,  '.-causes patients -who are-apparently  '.dead to breath with nil the natural rno-  'lions of a live peisnn It is sail that  ���������the machine will be of great value in  .aidinir pent le tiearlv drowned or as  '.jihyxiatcd or fr-ose suffering from^su  'vdi'e electric shocks.  An ironmonger is n small Ivnglish  .tnvn recently -posted the r'ollowii tr an-  1 ununci-rner.t in front of his shop: The  reason I have hitherto 1-een able to sell  '"my goods so much cheaper than anybody 'else is be-.-auco 1 am a bachelor  .a id do not need to make a profit for the  'in lintenancc of wife, .uid children. It  .;s now; my duty to inform the. public that  'this advantage will  be shortlv   with  drawn from them, as.I am,about to.be  married They will,-therefore, do.,\vcll  to make their purchases at once at the  old rate.  For a -feat of dexterity and nerve it  would be cliilicult to surpass that of the  Bosjesman of South Africa, who walks  quietly up to a puff adder and deliberately sets his bare foot on its neck. In  its struggle to escape and attempts to  bite its-assailant-the poison gland secretes a large amount of venom. This  is just what the Bosjesman wants  Killing- the snake, ho eats the body, and  uses the poison for his airows.  Some of the factories in Germany are  making cigars" which,- they claim, are  free from nicotine. These cigars are to  be given a thorough test by ollicials to  see whether or not the claims made by  them are true. j  have-his banns published, went to see  the parish clergyman. Tho reverend  gentleman asked him several questions  nil of which ho was able to answer,  with the exception of oiic Is your intended a spinster? the clergyman asked  He paused in thought. Then he replied:   No sir, she's a dressmaker. ;  The human body came from tho  hand of the Creator perfect in all  its parts. God made man upright.  Man's physical integrity seems'to  have been maintained for along  time after the fall. Rev. C. C.  Willett, Baptist, Los Angeles, Cal.  That man serves his party best who  seives his country best.���������Rutuerford  B  'Hayes  __   Liberty cannot lung endure in any  country where the tendency of legislation is to concentrate- wealth in the  hands of the few.���������Daniel Webster.  Angry guardian���������You are not satisfied with your allowance? What would  you ' do if you had to earn your living  with a shovel and pick ?  Vouthfnl ward���������I'd 'hire someone to  do the work for me and divide the  the money.���������Detroit Free Press."  The town of East Clarion, 0., boasts  a unique, record. The Shaw.hoteiis  run by Mrs. Plinehe. Shaw on a strictly  tempeiance basis. The pnstofiice is in  charire of jMiss Nellie Cleator The  church - choir ��������� is .composed of female  voices led by Mrs. Eva Armstrong.  The superintendent .of the. Sunday  school is Mrs. Nellie Hale. Tho teach-  ;ng force of the public,school is com-  posod of women. The superintendent  is Mrs. Anne Man-son. There has not  been a male doctor iu the town for several years, and neaily all tho husbands  n; town \\ ipo the dishes ���������Kansas City  Journal.   A lr>t of poor children were at Rncke-  feller's stock farm near Cleveland He  ���������iflvu each of them some milk to drnik.  the product of a 82.000 prize cow. How  do you like it? he asked when they had  finished. Gee, its fine ! responded one  little fellow, who added after a thoughtful pause : I wi.-Ji our milkman kept a  cow.   A young English fa.rmer, wishing to  One Digit. Only  Thursday April 11  The Greatest Play of a  Decade.  R JOliLiY  AMERICAN  TRAMP  By E. E. KIDDER, author- of '-A Poor  Relation." " Peaceful Valley," etc  A Splendid Triumph of        ,  American Dramatic Genius  Laughter Aeyond Possible .Parallel!  Thrilling, Inthrallihg, Entirely Novel!  Replete with the' Most Unique arid' Sensational Situations!  Splendid Company  Grand Presentation  A mother said to her daughter:  Don't you find Gus rather rough?  The daughter answered with a faint  blush:  Yes, mamma. And yet he says he  shaves every day.  Mrs. Shimmer���������My poor woman.does  your husband always drink like this?'  Mrs Hogiiti���������No, mum. Sometimes  I gets out of work ���������Life.  When you want a monument or  headstone .jpri.te ,;;t0lf^he,������o($e.nay  Marble Work-i, jN������lijon.,iB. <CJ.  Stand With���������unybodv-l'hntfi'iuicJfiii'ight,  stand with him while'he is right'and  part with him when he goes wrong*-  A.Lincoln. '..  i ��������� i .- ,  He who smokes a Kootenay  Belle cigar will surely live tosmoke  another day.  ��������������������������� ��������� r ��������� -   ii. ,<_i.  Now about airship*.  Well,  Will they, allude to them ns nerinl  greyhounds?  Why, Certainly not. They will bo  skyterriers If anything.���������Washington  Herald  First horse (attoched to lovers' sleigh)  ���������Let's run away Dobbin.  Second' horse���������What's the use?  They wouldn't notice it���������Chicago  News.          The time to remedy an injustice is  when an injustice is felt.���������Samuel W.  McCall.  Is   the   only   Temperance   Hootel   in  .Greenwood aud the Rates Reasonable.  " . MRS. D. MANCHESTER.  The  Heso Hotel  SANSON  Will be appreciated by the Tourists,  Travelers and Mining Men visiting the  Slocan.   Everything' up-ta-dafe.  at. m. BEHfiETT  PROPRIETOR  Premier  , Hungarian  Flour  Is not a new flour on the market. It  has been in use for years. Ask for a sack  in your next order.   Sold by  Hunter-Kehdrick Co., Greenwood.  Smith & McEwen, Anaconda.  Hardy & Co. Midway.  Guaranteed by the  Alexander  Milling tW  BEANDOX, MAN.  'NEW SPRING  COATS   AND   SKIRTS  .���������"?"'; HAVE ARRIVED    *  Xke Lead in this Line.  Come and See the Newest Styles.-  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.  .    '    LIMITED.     .  THE BIG STORE  THE-'.CANADIAN-'BAwK  OF COMMERCE  FAID UP CAPITAL, 810,000,000. RKSKKVH FUND, SS.000,000.  B. E.. WALKER, Gen. Manager.    ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen. Man.  Transfer of Licensel  NOTICK Is hereby bivi-n Urn tit the nexr-  meeting of Ihe Board of Lloei)si:C.)miuls l.niern  for the Clt.v of Greenwoo-i I liifoud to apply'fur  a tranefcr tj James D Whalcn unci John Mor  riuoi! if tho Iicc-n.se now held by me for the  Ivoote'nny Hotel, aiuinte on Lot IS, Block >.  Copper Atreet, Greenwood. B. C  Oreenwood, B. 0., April 1.1!W7.  THOMAS W ALSH  FRANK   FLETCHER  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  NELSON. B. C.  Pioneer  Hotel  Branches Throughout Canada, and m the United States  and England. l  A General Banking Business Transacted.    Ac-ounts may .be opened by  ���������   ;     mail with all branches.of this Bank..    .���������,>���������"'     '._���������-.  . -.*  . Savings Bank Department.  - Deposits of $1 and upwards received, and interest allowed at current'  rates. . The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in. the withdrawal of the whole or any 'portion of the deposit.    ''  J. T. BEATTIE Acting Manager'Greenwood Branch. ���������.'.  BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO. LTD  Geo. R. Nade.v,.Manager. ���������  Farm lands, timber limits, mineral cl tims, mining stocks-  and shares.'   City real es'tare b������>nuht, sold and exchanged,  all and see our list. .,,'"..  OK.EEtN-'WroOEJ, .33.   O.  % 1ttQQW9WZ0MhQQ06&m9&Q������^&9me������tett08eQ������Q99Q96Q  P.BaRNS&GO.  !  ��������� ��������� ���������  Gfreenuiood, 8. C  The oldest hotel in the  City, and stilll under the  same management. Rooms  comfortable, meals equal to  any in the city, and rhe bar  supplies only the best. Corner of Greenwood and Government streets.  J. W. flelsott  and Stoves, boght before the advance in prices.   We will offer for sale  uii.til April HJth for less than the'jactualco.st of the wholesale prices today:  ' '.No. 9 Pride Steel Ilange with   High shelf, was $30.      '   | Now, ������22.1)0  No. 0   Pride Steel   liange,   with   I1i2.l1   shelf and   reservoir,   was  $32.GO. " Now 824.90  The Oneeda Ooodchecr Steel Range, sanie aft illustration.   This is one  of the best ranges on the market.   You will pay $G0 for one not as good.  Our price w.'isj ������M). ��������� Sale price, $43,  ���������    Terms of ^alc-Strictly Cash. Yourold stoves taken in' exchange ascash  House  Cleaning  Time  ^ It will mako'youi' v/ocivferk', p!ano and farnttora Jootc llko nevV, all by  ^<5 simply going oi/er iho nurfaac Willi a cloth molsJcned wlkht.'sa vancer.  xtt   AllUIo������lrloundoihCKi'orfcoEslly.  It Is not a vernlsh.  There Is net drying  ������<j   to Walt'for.  udoihCKt'orKoaslly.  It Is not a vernlsh. There Is no drying   te-g  l.,-.rfio bo'/.le, onoufih to renovate the ordinary fior.io, 30c   ^  Wv.v������SV^^^v.^^^^2^N^^^^  iih*J*kM4nJiii:)*MuJjLilV  No I We are npt goinir'out of business.   'Wo are looking formore  business' in the future.' W.e have more of these ranges on the way, but  they wilj not he solrl at the prices for which we offer these.   Just arrived  ithe finest, and most up-to-date line of Granite and Tinware.  i/'izawc-KJ.  h  "i  rHITJB & CO.  House Furnishers.  MINKHAX ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  '���������Salamanca" MInur.il Claim, ultuitc li^Grojn  wood   Mlninff   Division  of  Yalo   District  Where located:   In Dendwood Cnm[i, adjoining the Iv'a Lenore Mineral Claim.  TAKK NOTICE that I. Sj'Unoy M. Johnson  Free Miner'* Certificate No.  UiiUOS, acting for  flolf. and hh agent' for *hjnt!y S. <i|i|v>nhelmcr.  Free Miner'n (^rtifl-ute No  I*;m. intend. uUfy  days fromdatu hereof, to apply to the Mlnlutr  Recorder for n Certltii-.ato of liniirovemcnt������f for  the puruose of obtninlUK a Crown Grant of tbe  ab->ve claim. \,  And further take notice that action,  under  secton   BT.jihust'.- ha cominniiced before tuc  iuuance of mich Cortlfloato of ImproTtment*.  Duted thin lStli day or .March. A. I). 1917.  SVVNEY.M. JOHNSON.  Dealers in'  |   Fresh and Salt Mea������:s, pisb and Poultiy  ������  Shops in nearly all the towns of Boundary and  rhe Kootenay.  fe������  ������06  MO  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LEDdE  Easter  Holidays  SUNEKAL ACT  Certificate of improvements  NOTICE  '!Mil'Fractional" Mineral CTnlm, ������lio..to In  theGrecnwodd Mining-Dtvlnlon of Yale Distract. Where located: in|D������a-iwocxl Gsnip.  TAKE NOTICE that I, M. A. Holl.rook. Yr e  Miner's Certlflc-at No. BJlifto, Intend, jixty days  from tTlit d.itn hr-roof. to apply to thu Mlnlnir lie-  cofiler1 for a Certificate of ifflprnvemenU. for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant tothe above  claim.  And further tnlic notice thut action, under  section Hit must bo commom-otl before thalMU  onco ol siK'liOrtlficrtte of Improtemciilii.  Uatcd this lfth day of Jluroh, A. D -l������M.  MA. HOLBKOOK.  NOTICE.  . TAKE NOTICE!, sixty (6o) 4v������ after  date I intend to apply to tba Chief Com-  un'8Sioner Of LUndfc nnd Wtorks for per-  miBslori t& purtliaa.c 440 aUrbt, wore or  less, of mountain faAUtc land n������ follows,:  Cdmtocniiug*t the Uottli ea������tCoriicr  6t Lot 671, tfaencfc east 60 Chuins to west*  era boundurV of Columbia ntid Western,  thence south 40 chains, thence west 60  Chains, thence north 40 chaius'tq point of  comiiieiiceiiieiit.  Barbara G. Tannahjix.  Dated at Midway, 15. C��������� tills 25th day  ,of February, 1907. '"  March 29th to April 1st.  RATES  FARE AND  ONE-THIRD  Por round trip  To and from ollpoiuU  Tickets on sale from  MARCH   27th  TO    APRIL   J������  Final return jKmit April and.  Vot further particulars, rates and  folders, apply't������  1������. J, C'OILR, AtO. P. A.  YftiUfoUter  ^. .0. CArtTBIO V. t, A.,  Nolsotf*  4      >     i-    /t>     ������     ���������*     A       .      i      ,.  .   .. .  Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish and  Fowl always in stock.  I Okanagan Apples at $2.00 per J  I Box/  I  imp  iicrtrt  Supplies eleetrjLeity fcf jl?!ower(1 Utxh^ Heating  and etitilatioft. Power ^umisSjcd to mines  for hoisting and air-compressor plants, with a  guarantee that the eervice will be continuoua.  Get pur rates before completing your estimates  wnnaMnM  !M������IIM������������limiMllll.������Hlll������������|iM������WWW.  IIIIMWIUMIIM'

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