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 \l  :!f  <���������<-  REGIlSJA  WATCHES     ;,  AT ALL PRICES. . ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED  M-.   :A. LOGAN &CO;  ������ ������������������ *������������������ , ,,,  WATCHMAKERS-    :    '?     AND JEWELERS  FRESH  CHOCOLATES  McCONKEV'S CHOICE VARIETIES,, rs'CENTS "TO fa.'oq.  WHITE;. BROS/  Vol XIIL  .'.'Around the nines.".  &SE&ft������ SBfBSSSB fiSEegftSyZfiSSSSSSSS  ���������H;^ A. Shallenberger, manager  of the Moreen, came in from Spokane the past week to inspect the  work being done'on the property.  Mr. Thomas is temporary superintendent of the Dominion Copper company's- mines'.until the vacancy caused by the' resignation of  Mr. Drummbnd is filled.  -  The B.' C. smelter is putting in  a big supply of coke, and even if  there is. a strike in the coal regions  it will have enough of fuel stored  to run for several months.  The simple apron device - lately  --put'into'operation by- the���������B. C.  ' smelter for the feeding of air into  ��������� the blast - vastly increases the production of the works.    The genius  who thought of it will make millions for the smelter company.  the new hoist 'and electric' motor  are at the mine ready to be put in  place.     The   working  shaft  has  lately been  timbered,  and everything put itfvfihape  for "development as soon as the electric-'power  is turned on.    The  work; done on  the Moreen consists of two shafts,  70 a,nd-65 feet, a  102-foofc tunnel,  and 125 feet   of  open   crosscuts.  The    ledge   so   far    as    it   has  been uncovered is 75-feet in width.  The property has been  idle for the  past six months  waiting the ar-  rival of machinery.    A.-J. Morrison is in charge of development.  -  . It is said that as soon as tbe new  furnace is in operation, at the  Boundary Falls smelter1' the force  at the Sunset-iu Deadwood camp  - will be increased. There are at  present about twenty-five ' men  working at the. Sunset, and this  force will probably be iucreased to  fifty or sixty. .   ->.v">(,,-.  ��������� iji     ������?   r  Ther-Last Chance in 'Copper  camp is to be worked. One of the  owners lias bonded his partners'  interests for 820,000 and will put  a force of .men to work in a few  days. ���������: The -Last Chance adjoins  '.and Is a"' westerly exteusion of  _the Big Copper -and -has~-a; large  surface showing, but little development work has been done on it.,,.  A diamond drill is to be used on  the Elkhorn to ascertain the'position and extent of the vein.' The  crosscut on the footwall from the  300-level is now in 105 feet. Iu  tho last few feet there has' been a  change in the formation and the  lead may be encountered with a  feet more of work. However," it is  the intention of the management to  thoroughly proBpeeb the property  with a diamond .'drill.  W. H. Jeffery, M. E., has resigned the position of superintendent of the Crescent Mines and will  leave for Cobalt next week to take  charge of the Jacobs mine in that  district. Mr. Jeffery has been in  the Boundary district for a nuin-  ber of years, and during tliat time  lias been connected ��������� with most of  the high-grade mines either as consulting engineer'or superintendent.  For the past.six months he has  had charge of development on tho  Crescent in . Skylark camp, on  which electric machinery will  shortly be installed.  A special meeting of-the- shareholders   of The Morrison  Mines,  Limited, will be held in tho office  of A.  M.   Whiteside,  Greenwood,  on^the 15th iust, at 12 noon, for  the purpose of considering and, if  thought fib,'of sanctioning the sale  of all the company's assets to The  Dominion Copper Company.    The  annual general meeting of the com7  pany   will- be   held on "the same  day at 1 p._m. for the purpose of  electing directors and transacting  any other business that may come  before the" meeting.    The properties of the Morrison Mines have  been-idle for - a numberl of vears,  aud should the Dominion  Copper  company obtain control it would  not  only   ensure continuous   development   of the Morrison,   but  would place:the Dominion Copper  in a position to produce as large a  tonnage as the Granny "company/  The Morrison is" situate near the  Mother Lode- in Deadwood camp,  and has a Iarge~body of low-grade  ore.    Like other, low-grade properties in the Boundary district it  cannot be   profitably handled by  any but a company owning its own  reduction  works.    The Dominion  Copper people, if they gain control,  will    doubtless    make" a success  where the Morrison  people failed.  They, have their own smelter and  doubtless will be able to treat the  ore more economically along with  the  ore   from   their other mines  than   could a company  handling  the ore from the Morrison alone.  put in a machine shop,'-as the business prospects are immense.    Both  local smelters have guaranteed all  their   work",   aud  the   constantly  growing mining   activity   in   the  Boundary assures tho success of  this much-needed industrial enterprise.      With    a    machine   shop  in  addition   to the foundry, employment wonlJ  be given   to 20  men.    The   establishment of this  institution in our midst is of'great  local  benefit,   and   just   what  is  needed by the mines and smelters  of- the, district.    We bespeak , for  the proprietors a large and .constantly growing business.    Success  to   the   enterprise,   and   may   its  cupolas never grow cold.  OPTICIANS.  ,������  GREEN\VOOD,.,B. p.; THURSDAY; APRIL  ":"���������   '>  AN IMPORTANT INDUSTRY.  John Morau returned tho past  week after spending the winter iu  Southern California. Mr. Moran  owns ' a half iu'tercst in the Big  Copper iu' Copper camp. When  askedk regarding ^the' rumor that  work was to bo started on the Big  Copper, he said that there was no  "truth -nithe rumor. A quarter in-  tercst m the property, was owned  by tho late Geo. B. McAulay of  Spokane, His son. who is now 15  or 16 yearB of age, is heir to the  interest. Until he comes of age  there is little hope of work being  ���������resumed. Tho owner of the other  quarter interest is Mr. McMichael  of Toronto. There would bo no  difficulty in obtaining mony to develop the miuo and build reduction  works to treat the ore, could a title'  be secured to the McAulay interest.  Work will be started on the Moreen in Deadwood.-camp lu .about  ton days.; This week tho 35-foot  gallows frame was completed, and  Under the management of Geo.  M Holt, the Greenwood branch of  the Nelson Iron Works is rapidly  becoming a realization. The works  are just ou the edge of Greenwood  iu the delightful suburb of Aua-  conda.    Operations will commence  uext'week, when it is pxpected the  first castings will  be made.    The  opening of the foundry lias been  delayed for three months owing to  tho difficulty in procuring material  and freight.    Most of the iron and  steel   works   have   orders   seven  mouths   ahead of their capacity,  and, owing to tho strain-on the  railroads, it has often taken seven  days   for   freight  to  come   here  from Nelson, the public will understand that it is uo easy matter to  get  a foundry started on time in  the Boundary.   Tho foundry and  pattern Bhops occupy a building  48 x 50 feet, while the office will  bo in a separate building 16 x 20  feet in size.   In the building are  small and largo cupolas, brass furnace, etc.    The shafting is already  in place,   the* big cupola will be  finished  this  week,   and   by   tho  middle of the month   the works  will bo ready to turn out all kinds  of iron, bronze, copper, brass work,  etc.   Ifo.founcjry in the mountains  will  have as great a capacity for  big work, it being possible to make  castings weighing ten tons.  It will  bo almost necessary for the firm to  Anglers' Association.  A_meeting was held in the city  hall Thursday evening of last week  with the object of forming an  Anglers' association. There were  about a dozen gentlemen present,  Maj'O-i Bunting occupyiuy the  chair.  A motion was carried to-form an  association-- for*< the protection ^of  game' and "'fish'. , .Those, present  gave their consent to become mem-  bers'of-ibhe association.    -  Mr. Palmer spoke in reference  to asking-tho ������������������ co-operation of the  press in the" undertaking, and also  on the benefits which might be do-  rived from affiliation,_ with other  associations throughout tho province.        "      ,     ..   ,  Mr. McK-io spoke in regard to  the taking of small fish under legal  size, aud the desirability of a close  season until after high water. Also  the restocking of the creek. '  - .It  was moved   by.-Mr. McRae,  seconded-'-by:Dr.~Siinm'onc,   that  the following tofficers be elected:  President, secretary-treasurer, and  not more than five others  to form  an executive committed.    The following were elected:  President, G. B. Taylor.  Secretary-treas.,  Jas. S. Biruie.  Executive   committee,    Messrs.  McRae, jBoak, and   Wright,   with  a representative each from  Midway and Boundary Falls.  The meeting then adjourned till  Monday evening..  At the Monday night's meeting  it was decided to call the organization the " Kettle River Game and  Fish Protective Association, with  territory on the Kettle vriver aud  tributaries north and West of Midway. The membership fee was  fixed at 81.  A committee, composed of  Messrs. Bash, White, Oliver, Dale  aud Boak, was appointed, to solicit  members.  Tho secretary was instructed to  have notices printed and posted,  asking tho public to co-operate  with the association.  Another meeting will be held in  the city hall Saturday at 8 p. m.  repairs an average of 8100 for each  bridge, which is a very low estimate, the balance left from $3,500  would be '$2,700, or about $40 per  mile for repairs "to roads.    Should  one of the seven bridges be carried  away, or'should^ AhvNaden decide  to carry out his promise to the  people of Rock Creek and build a  new bridge-across the ICettle river,  the whole ���������'estimate would be ex'-"  hausted.- Surely Mr; Naden could,  have, placed the .necessities of the  district before.the government in  such a manner ttiat some slight attempt could  have been made   to  keep the rnost traveled portion of  the road in repair.     '       -  'The neighboring districts'appear  to. have fared' better than Greenwood.    Grand Forks gets $7,000,  [ Similkam'eeu- $39,000, and Okana-  gan $38,000. The people of Green-'  wood of course did not expect Mr.  Naden to do ;as  much for his district, being in 'opposition, as such  energetic and-' experienced men as  W. T. Shatford and Price Ellison,  but they did expect   him to equal  t-ie member fci- Grand Forks, who  is also in opposition, and  belongs  to    that    "revolutionary"    class,  known as Socialists. But the member for Grand "Forks, when he accepted the nomination of his party,  intended'to remain"'a resident of  and work  for the interests of his  district.    No false pretenses about  the member for Grand Forks.  and thus made himself 'solid with  his Slocan constituents. "Our  Bill" "is no great shakes on peddling hot air, but when it comes to  shrewd, mental, 20th century  methods of doing business he gets  there with both feetJ. That's one  wise piece of legislation sorely  needed which Slocan electors-will  never forget. Hit us again, Bill;'  we-like it.-91ocan Mining Review  No. 4Q  erest   -  *"������.  , The shaft of the Diamond-Texas  Syndicate was;put down 15 feet the  first week of wbrk.\ About eight  feet of this was wash. A' blacksmith shop has been built, and all  the-necessary, material purchased  for development to the 100-level.  Victoria Day*Celebration.  Midway will celebrate on the  24th of May. There will bo baseball, horse races aud sports of various kinds. The prizes will amount to $500 and it is proposed to  have one of the best glorifications  ever held in the Boundary. Keep  the date open and your eye on  Midway.;  Board of. Trade.  The board of Trade met in the  offices of the - Bealey Investment  and Trust company Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. About a  dozen membersrwore^present, in-,  eluding President Russell and" Secretary Gaunce.  'Tho secretary reported on entertainment of Associated Boards aud  announced a substantial balance  still in the treasury. ,.  A   number   of  communications  were read and filed.  It was decided to issue a four-  pageaamphlet, giving in condensed  form all the data possible iu reference to mining and other resources  of the district. Messrs. W. G. i  Gaunce, J. T. Beattio and A. M.  Whiteside were appointed a committee to compile matcrial^for the  pamphlet.  Board adjourned.  The Rossland Mines.  As matters are shaping themselves at the leading mines,  the  outlook is that,there will be a good  deal   of development  work done  during the next j-ear, as they all  have outlined a good sized campaign in this direction.   Tha Center Star is busily engaged in developing the Idaho and the Iron  Mask, to'say nothing of the deepening of tho main shaft and the  work that will be done in the War  Eagle and Center Star*.   The Le  Roi has the Spitzee group to de.-  velop,   besides -the   development  which1 it" will carry  ou itftheLe  Roi and Black Bear claims.   The  Le Boi Two is pumping the water  out of the No. 1 claim workings  with a view to ascertaining from  what point in them it will be ad-  Dr.  Mathison,- dentist,  Naden-  Flood block. '   "  The Tennis club' held a very successful dance Friday evening, ,  J. L. Coles returned Tuesday  fro'm'a business trip to Nelson.  This w.eek the back- yards of the  city got a much-needed cleaning.  . " The Lord's Day ".will he the  subject of the sermons' ��������� in the city'  churches on Sundayv  Born���������At the Mother *Lode;" on*  Saturday, the 0th inst., to Mr. and'  Mrs. Milton Lehner, a son. ' ���������  1907 wall papers-'now in stock'.  Not only the best for the money,  but the best at any price, at McRae Bros.  Eendell & Co. are selling out  their entire stock   of meD's and  boys'   furnishings  at Jess    than  wholesale (ost.           ' *  E. A. Black, Phoenix, sells the  best in jewels, diamonds, watches  and clocks. Remember this when  you go up the hill.  Ronald Campbell of the Mother  Lode leaves this week for Hedley  to take a position with the Daly  Reduction company.  The flowers in May are about  due, but the flowers on tho wall  paper sold by Coles & Frith ! Step  in and look at them.  ��������� Wo are going to get rid of our  men's and boys' furnishings this  month if we haye to give them  awajv - Rendoll & Co..  Neil" -Falkinghafif- leaves: "next  week for Tonopah,  Nevada.1   He  "Cariboo Brand"/ Tape Gutts  Pefcha Fuse is the highest grade-.  grade. nuutcr-Kendrick C&ar*  distributors.  Job printing of every descriptioa .  done promptly at The Ledge office.  ne who smokes a'- Kootenay .  Belle cigar will surely live to smoire;  another day." ,  Archie Aberdeen has quit work  at the J^wel mine and will1 upend -'  the summer developing his prop- '  ertles in the Similkaraeen.  If you want a real bargainlo  '  men's   furnishings,  drop in next  '���������  door  to the  Bank   of Montreal. -  This is , no bluff.    Everything is "  being cleared out or thrown out.  James D. Whalen of the  Koote- -  nay hotel met' with a peculiar ac-;  cident yesterday evening.    While  pulling the cork out of a bottle of  Iron Brew the contents exploded,  severely injuring his  right hand,   .  He will bo unable to work for a  month or six weeks.  TEE GUN EOUTE.  A despatch received in-Greenwood this morning says tha* Fred  E. Robe, C.P.R. agent at Silyerton,  locked himself in the office and  killed himself with gun. 'It' may  be a case of suicide, but the particulars are not obtainable as the  wires are down between Nelsou  and Silverton. '  was interested for some time with'  In the Slocan  up a  THE ESTIMATES.  Greenwood     electoral    district  should feel thankful  for and the  member for tho riding proud of the  splendid   appropriation   for roads  and bridges appearing in'.vthe estimates. The sum of three thousand  fivo^hundred 'dollars  is a   large  amount to boexpended"iu one year  in this district.; {Already there are  between scyouty, .afnd^eighty miles  of wagon  road < in- the district iu  continuous use by the public. Over  jbhe greater part" of this roadway  stages run daily, aud considerable  heavy freighting.     On Boundary  creek there are six bridges and ou  Kettle river two that aro in continuous use.   These do not include  the bridge that was promised  by  the. Liberals, previous to the election, across tho Kettle river east of  Rock Creek.   In the event of none  of theso bridges beiug swept away  Alex Rogers  is   opening  barber shop in Nelsou.  There are fifteen inches of clean  ore at the Neepawa, but Ed. Shannon, the owner, wears a' smaller  hat than ever.  The fruit trees are budding.  New Denver and Silverton were  the warmest spots in Canada during the past winter. -You might  writp and tell your friends in the  East about it.  A. O. Ojtby will bogiu work  again at tho California as soon as  tho slide is down. Tho property  shipped several carloads of high-  grade oro last fall, aud it was looking well when the crewcamo down  out of danger. * -  The petition to the government  for an appropriation to complete  tlilo much-needed wagon road from  Three Forks to Denver Canyon  siding has been forwarded to Win.,  nuuter, M. P. P., at Victoria. Tho  petition has tho unanimous eudor-  sation of the district.  When  "Bill" Hunter istumped  ,'autageous to develop the Surprise  and You Know. Tho White Bear  is being developed on a comprehensive scale, and tin's work is to be  kept up continuously for man}*  months yet. Thus it will bo seen  that there will be plenty of work  for minera in this jamp for a long  period to come.���������Rossland Minen  the riding iu January, he told his  auditors if elected ho would pull  for the Slocan first, last and all-  ways. Ho has beeu Bwift to do  the right thing. By bringing in  and successfully pushing through  a unique measure to give borrowing powers to Slocan City he has  shown his masterly business qtmli  Future of Silver.  An official of a silver producing  property   is   of   the opiniou that  prices for silver metal will soon  advance, despite tho recent falling  off from  last year's best figures.  He accounts for this belief by saying :    "The   demands   upou    the  world's silver supply, by the various  governments   in   connection  with subsidiary coinage arc greater  than the ordinary person realizes  and are constantly  increasing because new territory in tho eastern  countries is being developed and  requires silver for its proper con-  sumatiou.  "Iu the fine arts silver is becoming more common every day.  There was a timo when silver  plated ware was good enough for  tho household, but nowadays  nothing but solid silver knives,  forks'and spoons would oven be  considered.  "The buying of silver by some  of the governments is reaching  large proportions and will probably,  increase still further. ��������� The output  can in. no way caro for demand,  and no increase in production is in  sight."  D. McVicar iu Skylark camp.  The Rebekah degree will be conferred on about fifteen candidates  at their meeting tonight. All members are requested to be present.  A beautiful home is a joy to  every womau. Properly put on,  the wall paper sold by Coles &  Frith will turn even a shack into  a miniature palace on the inside.  Special efforts have been put j  forth this season in selecting our J  stock of baseball gloves, mits, bats,  etc. We have the goods you want  and can save you some money.  McRae Bros.  House-cleaning appears to be  epidemic in tho city this week and  the male ^married creature looks  as if the "last straw" might at  any time be placed upon his back.  Owing to. the lateness of the season and the amount of snow and  ice on the north Bide of buildings,  the .streets committee of tho city  council have decided to allow residents another week to complete  the cleaning of their promises.  Last week the Greenwood Liquor  company received a car of li. C.  whidkey, this week a car of Joe  Seagram's chain lightning, and  next week will arrive a car of  Gooderham's non-intoxicant. Bo-  sidos these the company carries a  full line of Scotch, Irish and other  real whiskies. ,  Fire Alarm System  There were;a- couple of- errors iu������  the fire������������������ alarm-nnmbere-'fta-ipub*-;  lished in   last ��������� issue.     Followiug-  are the corrected numbers.      . ���������  C.    Fire Hall.  23. Corner Copper aud Dundee.  24. Gold St. opposite Ladysmith,  34. Corner    Long    Lake   and  Deadwood,  35. Kimberly Av,, near Angrig-  non residence.  42. Corner Copper and Green  wood.  43. Corner Copper   and Dead-  wood^  45.   Cornsr Greenwood and Gold;  Corbin Failed,  D. Corbin failed to get a charter  in Victoria last week for a road.  called the Kootenay Southern, that  he  proposed   to build   from,  tbu  Crow's Nest to the International  boundary.    As the same ground is  practically covered by a charter to  the Southeast Kootenay Railway  company, owned by E. P. Davi'h  and others,  upon which  work is v  promised for this summer, tho government refused to givo Corbin a  charter.  At Johannesburg it require an  expenditure of about $5,000,000 to  develop a record deep mine boforo j dcrstood  by high water, and allowing-fop I Ucb at an early stngo of the game, n\\me?.  the investor realizes ou his investment ; but the veins arc so steady  that if prospected with n .diamond  drill, and tho cores show that the  values are there, capitalists will  put up the money to, ^cyclop those  Not long ago, in one of the mining camps of tho Boundary, while  a church service was being held,  a rock camo through the whitlow,  barely missing the organist's head,  and smashing the collection plate.  Thus do the righteous suffer persecution and the wicked go urn  punished. It can readily be un-  why  a  rock should be  the manipulator of  the  a  church hurdy-gurdy,  shied at  keys ou  but it was a dastardly crime to attack tho poor unobtrusive collection plate, which has done eo much  toenlighteU and furnish mission*  ary fl-Mip for tho. heathen.  A Boost For Windy.  Tho Vernon News, the Thoenix  Pioneer and several other interior  newspapers have given a good send  off to D. R. Young on the occasion  of  his   leaving the Okanagan to  reside in Victoria.    It is generally  admitted that if he has made some  mistakes, Mr. Young has been an  energetic pioneer both for mining  and land ventures.   The  Vernon  News says lie has dono much for  Vernon, aud that he will be missed,  which is more than could be said;  for some of his aities.   Tho firm  whoso real CBtato business he. will,  manage in Victoria is financially  strong, and Mr. Young is expected  to duplicate in the capital city hia  successes  of  fifteen and  twenty  years ago" iu Minneapolis��������� Week.  ��������� ��������� ���������     ���������       \ i  Mr. Macknight, (member of tho  Professional' Fhatogiaphew Aa-*  aociaiion,) City Studio, Orecn^'  .wood, is prepared to pho*oaraph.  groups, buildings, machinery, etc.fc  anywhere wUWu IQQ mileattOAUA .  -. i| .Vy������M;i'->.:'.���������-������������������'. *v  "���������t-irfk*u������*ir������>1^t*jj.A.J������i^MJjiJwfciUiJ^tti.aj C-K.J*tsyj till. J  ���������WHUWUM UtfJJ*i(AiilWJMw������^.  /CreQnwood, B. C. April !���������  1907.  'THE GREENWOOD LEDGE  s and Boys9 Furnishings  ������������������-"** -"*-"Ttr������  We have decided to clear ou'. our entire stock of-  Men's and Boys' Furnishings.   In order to do this  rapidly, we' jiave  reduced our prices to less than  wholesale-cost.   No reserve.   EVERYTHING   FOR   MEN  1 AND BOYS TO WEAR AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES.  ELL & CO.  LH Wojnen's Goods Men's Goods  ,1s published uvcry Thursilav'at Green-  wood, B. C , and Iho price is Ji a year,  postage frcVto* ul] parts of Canada, United  ���������It  States", .Mexico and Great Britain.   To  TALLOWGRAPHIC NUSE  BV OlTR LEASED  LlER.  Fmsco, Apr. 11.���������The dice were  'other countries it is sent postpaid   for' .shaken here todav,  '.f.->.50 a year.    Addiess all   letleis to The '  "Ledge, Greenwood, B. C_.      '  '  ,R. T. LOWERY,  .EDITOP   AND   FINANCIER.  ��������� GR'EBNWObl), B. .C,   APRIL 11, 1907.  - <5jJiqjjJjkl!,ABtA>  Bic  good  loni'sotne.  and  you will often be  i\Vii.E.v .industry  is free all mankind will be free.  I.viyfiKSTio.v   is often   cured by  thinking well'of everybody,  Anv  kind  of. freedom   requires  ,the striking o.f a few blows.  Rome, Apr. 11.���������The tail of tho  comet will hit Spokane on the  Fourth of July.     ���������'"  Fj-rmk, Apr., 11.���������Scientists  have discovered that it is the coal  dust mixed .with the rarified atmosphere that causes most of the  people to go crazy in this city. -  ������ Russian mutinies are like .the  truth in one way. They have a  tendency to rise again.���������Portland  Telegram.  A   picture entitled   "President  Roosevelt   in Repose"    has- been  pronounced spurious. ���������Atlanta  Journal.  IIow   can we change the world ?  Tin-,  reformer  in every country ��������� By reason.    Nothing ismorepow-  ; ftil than reason.   The chain formed  j of strong reasons and lofty thoughts  ! cannot be broken.     Reason, like  the sling of David, brings to earth  the    violent    and   prostrates the  mighty.     It it the one invincible  weapon.     Lacking it,  the  world  would   belong   to   armed   brutes.  What is   it  that  holds  them in  i check ?   Thought alone, naked and  Ihis is in harmony with : unarme(i.���������Anatole 1?rauce.  Jias to blaze a trail  full of thorns.  1 ���������   :���������     . ���������'���������     ..._...  . AV.ijj'.N' a girl feels faint after one  dish  of ice cream you must revive  her with another.  jMk.vt has gone up two cents a  pound, but this fact strikes no ter-  .rorjntothe writer's stomach.  Jn  B. C. water will be high this  spring,  the advance in-most of things,  Knowledge and  wisdom  in the  .J iik coal  man is  lust going off!        , . ^  ,.,,.,:,*-,    ,.,     .    .    , , ., ,   1 great economies of Providence are  shift ,butlus brother is just hitch-.;      .._        -, ,    ,, ,    ,  1.     ..������������������.      ���������    .    ..-'  . as different from each other ashyd-  ���������rogen from  water.     The habit of  confounding   them  has separated  ing the horses to the ice wagon  The Slocan must still be full of  wealth   or   the   Standard  Oil Co.  1 v  would not be   taking options upon  claims in that district.  A Si'Oicank liquor merchant advertises free jugs to those who buy  Jus wet groceries, lie gives away  the jugs but charges for tho jags."  Foil tbe first time in its history  gambling is strictly shut out of  ^lontana. -'The 'people can still  Juty mining and railroad stocks  without.being arrested.  Th.k basis .of all liberty is liberty  of tlie'mind.    L'util men free themselves   of   the   false ideas held by  Uiein   for   centuries the millenium  , will never get over the summit.  ' Tnu Philadelphia Public Ledger  It sug-  has conceived a great idea.  gests that instead of retiring the  ! itiblio land after tho limber has  joen stolen it would bo a good  scheme to retire the thieves from  cii'ijulat.icii.  I.v countries where tho the rail-  roads are owned by tho people the  number of passengers-- killed is  .vastly Icbs than -in those'countries  where the road'd arc .owned anil o'p-  erntcd by stock companies.'"'This  js one reason why thepeoploshould  own the railroads as-every-person  killed decreases the wealth of the  1     ./.'���������        ,       '��������� 1   ���������'.       ...        ...M        .'...���������;  ��������� community.  ..I'-.L'aoisipi'K- is" caused by a germ  ���������tha't gets into, the nosn and inou-  Jutes.' In from one to fo'tfr'dajK  jt'raises a large family and then the  victim- of"''tho invasion loses his  optimism- a;n'd jocks ' upon lift; atV'n  vast'desert of'' w-okp/i'hopes, witli  bl'ire'���������'���������-miistf:.trimming*. ' jn' our  ppinioii' liigrlppo jrf.jaii ,.eyil spirit  human society into hostile camps  for camps, deluded, as'a large class  have always been, by the notion  that only the highly educated are  (it to share in the responsibilities  of government, or in the choice of  those who should administer it.  Mere knowledge is no more wisdom than a talent for.music ismor:  ality, than last is love, or than a  rainbow is rain; and to babes and  sucklings there is sometimes given  a wisdom which we may seek for-  in vain among philosophers.���������  John Bigelow.  THE AMERICAN OLIGARCHY  lUiit'ciin '"b'e'dnyen oh ft by p.rayei?  '������������������"  Butoir.*.' !to,euro'.it with  stuph  WlijakjiytooV>-Jtjpv|if!i've except for  tlie jiiuiV whoovyns a, distillory.'��������� ���������  The following���������the last contribution  'otlie press by the luteKrncat Crosby-  appeared in the.March Cosmopolitan.  In a note by the editor of that publication, lie says of Mr. Crosby.  "lie was one of the clearest thinkers  on economic subjects that this country  ever produced. His life was devoted  to obtaining a 'squaro deal' for our industrial millions from the rapacious!.1  capitalist class. JIus influence will grow |  and a decade -hence he will be known  as one of the great prophets of political  antisocial reform."  The centralization of power iu a king"  is apt to produce a sense of respohsibil  iiy,' free from petty ambitions and rival, ios, and this makes.'(ir impartiality  and fairnesB. But there- is-iiothiiijr  which can keep an oligarchy straight.  It-has faults of all other forms of gov-  iirnipuiit;-And nono of their virtues,  ft .Iiiib ihe absolute power ofamoii  archy without any sense of.responsibil-  iiy'. It has all.tlio rivalries and envies  of'- 'domocrn'cy in aggravated form,'and  its- 8'olf-iirterc8t, instead of n'eutrulizing  this defect by a broad appeal to equality, Is,, on .the contrary, the'sure creator  of.,special-;privilogf, iijequitlity ������������������ ^and  inonopoly|._    ���������, ��������� ...   '-���������������������������.,'.!.,  VeTiIco' was a cdnsplouonBexaniple of  tho baneful effects 6(a. commercial pji  ijaiTli.y  Pi'  her position on the highway; between  nast and west, with all her wealth atiri  joiiterprise, wjtli her mastoiyof tho sons,  corruption which inheros in every oligarchy by the very nature of its constitution���������the prey of insatiable, unscrupulous, unrestrained, self conflicting  greed. And it is an ominous fact that  in Venice the seat of this disease was  the Senate.  There is a difference between the  Venetian and the American Senate  The grnnd seignoirs who ruled and  ruined Venice sat in tho Senate hall  thnmselves and passed daily from the  counting room to tho legislative  chamber. We have specialized things  to a higher point than they ever did,  and wo nro more economical of our  time. Our lords of finance, for tho most  part, send their stool-pigeons to the  Senate. Ic would bo an unexpected  act of condescension for anyone of the  half dozen biggest men of Wall straet  to accept a Senatorial chair. They arc  not in that class. If by chance one or  two of them have bought a legislature  and a seat, it is recognize 1 as a foible  or as a concession to the ladies of the  family, affording- a good excuse for  passing the winter at a pleasant watering place like Washington. Nobody  takes such a legislative career seriously,  and the great man of dollars is rarely  found in his place. It is the clerks and  employees of the first rank that must  attend .to such vulgar business.  And what isethe chief business of our  official Senate at Washington, con  trolled by tbe unofficial oligarchy of  Wall street? It is to prevent any  change in the present status of the  business world, which, as experience  has fully proved, is peculiarly adapted  to the needs of financial graft���������a system which .produced tho oligarchy  and which the oligarchy naturally  intends to , perpetuate. The fountain of wealth which. gushes out  from the natural resources of our  country in response to the labor of  man ought to irrigate fairly the whole  surface of the hind, and its water  should circulate in abundance wherever  men contribute their volume Instead  of tliie. we find it dammed up in certain  places far beyond all reasonable, requirements, <and at other points there  are stretches of undeserved desert from  which every drop has been drawn. '  Some months ago I walked up Fifth  ayenuo with a man who is prominent  in finance and innocent of any subversive ideas. !' Dj you know who lives  in that house?" he asked, indicating a  certain, residence. " No," was my  answer. "His name is Blank. Did  you ever hear it before?" "Never."'  " Well, he's worth forty millions." A  few rods further on ho repeated the  same question with reference to another  house, whose owner I ihad never heard  of, and who was the possessor of twenty-  five millions And still a third time he  put a similar question and obtained the  same answer. " I don't know what we  are coming to!" he added. *rEvery  week I'm hearing the names of these  men, utterly unknown to me, who are  worth twenty, thirty, forty and fifty  millions!" And in corroboration of  this I mav say that I saw the death of a  millionaire in the papers some time  ago���������a man whose namo was altogether  new to me���������who was said to have left  an estate of one' hundred and eighty  millions! Doesn't this look just a little  bit like unhealthy congestion���������in a  country, too, where tho. number of  paupers and tramps is continually increasing? We call in the surgeon  when tho circulation of a human being  swells up in places like thia. Is it a  more wholesome symptom in the body  politic' . ������������������ j '   ���������  The immense accumulations of  'watered stock" in our telegraph, telephone and express companies show how  much more wo have to pay for their  services than they are worth, and if it  were possible to ascertain the original  cost of our railroads the same thing  would appear with reference to them.  The railroads obtain one tenth of then-  gross earnings from extortionate mail  contracts with tho government. Why?  because tho Senate is there to prevent  any interference with the railway, express, tel. graph aud telephone monopolies.        ���������'.  ������������������������p������fcHqMa������im.MM������M������*  give us "more jobs than men instead of more men   than jobs."  Under, such conditions self-respecting men would refuse tips.     They  would  work for no one except for  full "pay,    and   getting full pay  would reject degrading gratuites.  But under' existing conditions, men  in some occupations are employed  at merely nominal   wages with tho  understanding that they shall collect the rest of their wages in the  form of tips.     An instance is the  Pullman, car porter.     His wages  tiro   only   $20  or   825   or   ������30 a  month.    In his case, therefore, tho  tips he collects are not in reality  tips to him; they are tips to the  Pullman   company.       The   same  thing is true of waiters.    Their  wage's are lower where   tips are  abundant than where there are 110  tips.     It is the employer not the  waiter,    who   gets   the tip.     Of  course,   this  would all he changed'  if everybody stopped tipping.    But  everybody  will  not stop  tipping,  and  auy^attempt at reforming the  tipping   habit will, iu the process  operate harshly against the class  of employees who are expected by  the employers to take tips in lieu  of wages.  One rumor will spread faster  than forty contradictions to stop it.  "When times are booming, salt  away a few dollars for the turn of  the tide.  A woman cares not .who saves  money just so she is permitted to  spend it. s  Speak well of yourself. Your  enemies will do all the hammer  wielding necessary.  Children make sweet music in a  home until they get old enough to  take music lessons.  Man looks upon a mule as the  most'obstinate creature on earth���������  until after he gets married.  - Why is it that married men live  longer than single? Well, most of  them don't know they're living.'  How. did you .come to be a professional beggar? I ain't no professional beggar. . I'so employed  to get statistics on how many heartless people there is iu this town.  Wheif you want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B. C.       *  H. BUNTING  ��������� AND BUILDER  ������-."  THE MICHEL HOTEL  Still retains its'supremacy as the   oest hotel in the-Kbotenays.  Ostermoor Mattresses     " .  ! Clean linen and Good Cooking  Excellent hunting in season.    Good trout fishing in the Elk  river and neighboring streams.    Address all communications to  Thomas Crahan, Manager, Michel, ii. C  g  Dealer in =  J    Windows, Dews, |  1      Turned Work and " j  I - [Inside Finish. |  1 SHINGLES, BRICK, ETC. 1  ������.   - Manitoba' |  1 Wood Fibre Plaster I  PHONE   65  .#  The Windsor Hotel  of Grand Forks, B, C, caters to  miners, mechanics and smelter men  A. B. Sloan, Manager.  BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  ESTABLISHED   IN  Capital $4,866,667.       ������   ������.  1836.  KCSCrve $2,23$,667  A General Banking Business transacted  Interest allowed on "Savings Accounts  - at; current rates.   Open a Savings -Ac-. ���������  count and lay  the   foundation  for   a  fortune.'      '���������  H. F. STQW,-  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  Small boy to porter���������I say, mister, want me to help yer.  Porter, contemptuously���������Bah !  What kin you do ?  Small boy���������Me? Oh, I'll grant  while A'ou lift.  Regular monthly meetings of  Greenwood lodge, ~No. 28, A.. F. &  A. M. are held on the first^Thurs-  day in each month, inFraternity  hall, Wood block, Government St.,  Greenwood. Visiting brethren are  cordially invited to attend. ,  $���������  E. G. Wakben W.'.M;  J. S. BmJfiE, Secretary.  STARKEY & CO.  nelson, b.c. _,    -'  wholesale  dealers in;  Produce   and  Provisions  BANK   OF   MONTREAL  ESTABLISHED  1817.  PAID   UP  CAPITAL, $14,000,000. REST, $11,000,000  " UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $159,84-1.84  General Bunking BusinesslTransacted.   Drafts issued on all points, and Colleo*  tions made at lowest rates.        .'��������� ;      ':  __   SAVINGS BAN^ DEPARTMENT   \   W. F. PROCTOR,  RJ    INTEREST ALLOWED AT CURRENT RATES    /MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH  njfl  ^    _   ...i... .  .  j_.   * -^  TTATTi^i^^rn"T������nrp;[rjpHT^ tra  -   Kootenay Engineering Works  NELSON, jB. C.  Founders, Machinists and Iron Workers.    Makers of the Crawford  Aerial .Tram.    Castings,   Builders'  Materials,   Mill  '"'-"-.'" and Mining Machinery .;  P. O. BOX 493. B. C. TRAVIS. MANAGER.  '.I  '      i  Try New England bread, made  ouly at the Greenwood Bakery,  Copper St. ���������  No one is prohibited from smoking Magdala cigars during Lout."  F. M. LAMB  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  GREENWOOD   B. C.  THE SMOKE  S. J. MIGHTON  CRANBR00K, B. C.  Has the largest stock of Pipes, Tobaccoss  Cigars and Smokers' Sundries in the interior of B. C. Mail orders receive  prompt attention.]  P. A. Benson  Oi,a Lofstad  In Addition to  THE   BELL   PIANO  we still sell all classes of  FURNITURE  Get our prices when your house needs  furnishing.  One of the best- appointed workingmen's  Hotels in the City.  From British Lion and  Mainland Cigars can be  ;iirVhy,i.sui'h as wc are building np n't  ircBunti.'-.UIitli-flll :tho ndVrfifWig'es of  oh<i yut fuil"thu victim of Lhut lutornul  Can't Stop Tipping;..  An attempt.to pass an anti-tip-  ping, law in Missouri was balked  last week by-the good sense of a  negro waiter,; says the Chicago  Public. As reported lie quaintly  but sanely and effectively said :  IIow are you goin' to quit givin'  tips,, 'lessen you stops Mr. Carnegie, givin': HUraries?' If you  goin' to pay any attention- to the  Tubbs bill,'..you" am a-goin? to send  one little, niggah back to Texas,  where they kill off black folks in a  hurry and gives '.euvtips while they  lives. -A tLp>''s;������.'pre8ent;''.-Ypu'so  givin' preseuts,.and,.presents is  tips. . If you make.this law they  won't bo no. Christmasscs, that's  all. ,,..,; ���������'������������������'';> .;.���������.   -.���������������������������.���������:: :. ..'  The truth about tipping is that  vyhile it is a deplorable custom it  nevertheless is' a custom and will  bo continue until economic changw  seen all I over -British" Co  lumbia. Wrn. Tietjen  makes them in Vancouver,   and   Nat Darling  sells them on the road.  ALL THE STAGES  Arriving in and leaving  Greenwood have headquarters'at  Chenjer's  Cigar Store  Pipes, Cigars; Cigarettes and  Tobaccos to  suit your :  taste's, your fancy or  your pocket.  J. A. CHENIER - - PROPRIETOR  ^cxt door north of Pacific hotel,  Copper street, Greenwood.  The Finest of bars, stocked  with the best Wi nes,    v  Liquors and  Cigars,  Lighted throughout with  electricity. Hot and cold  baths. " ' ' ' " .   7  '   ':  .���������-.��������� ���������"'.���������BATES:' .���������'���������.���������.'���������:.'.;'". ' K  Board and room $1 per day  ROBERTSON & GO.  NELSON, B. C  MINEKAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE ���������    .  '���������Salnmanca" Mlnoral Claim, sltnatc In'Greenwood   Mining   Division  of  Yalo   District  Where located:   In Deadwood Crtmp, ad-  Joining the Iva Ignore MlncrnhClalm.  TAKB NOTICE that-I. Sydney -M. Johnson  free Miner's Certificate No.  BtW3, 'acting for  self, nn'l as agent for Sidney 8. Upw-nhelmer.  Free Miner's Certin^'ntc No l*IH5, infeiirt. sixty  dayB from date hereof, to apply to'the; Minim;  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grunt b������ it lie  ab'jve claim. * ...  And further take notice that action.'under  soeton   37, must   be communced  before;-tiie  ismi.-uico of such Certificate nf Improvement*.  Dated this 16th d.iy of March. A. D. WOT.'  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  Strictly first-class Service  FURNISHED ROOIP  ' By day or week ; $2 a week  aud up,-at tho Com mcrcial  - hotel, Copper 'Street, Greenwood.   Bath Jin connection..  P. POURARD  DR. MILLOY  '     .      DENTIST  p 7 HASTINGS EAST.  VANCOUVER  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements  ���������NOTICE       ���������  "HllirFraotional" Mineral Claim, slta'to Jn  ' the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale DIs-  tract.   Where located:  In |Doa'l wood Camp..  TAKE NOriOE that I. M. A. Molbroolt, Fri-o  Miner's Certlflcat No. U*������JO, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Alining'He-  corder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grunt lotho above  And further take notice that action, under  Miction 3T, must bo commouccd before thoissu  anoe or such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this Ulh day of Marob, A.^JW.^ ."  E. W. WIDDOWSON  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER and  .      ,   METALLURGICAL CHEMIST.  Gold Silver Copper or Lead, each..$i oo  Gold-Silver,...$i 50 Sitver.Lcad.,$i.s'������  Zinc, .js.oo Gold Silver with copper or  lea^.^,50.  Prompt "atteiit,ion  given  to all samples  25 per cent, discount upon five samples-  IBAKBRIST , NELSON.  P, 0. Drawer, 1108.   ��������� Phone, A67  About  Float  Float is sot a periodical.  It is a book containing 86  illustration^, all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life.    It  tells how a gambler cash-  in after the flush dayB 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 justirfo was dealt in  Kaslo iu   '93;  how   the  - saloon man otitpraye'd tho  women inKalai^azoo/aML-L^-  graphically    depicts ' thio  w     roamings of a westerned- . ���������'  itor amongst tho tender'  feet in tho cent-bolt.   It  contains tho early history  of Nelson and a romance,'  of the Silver King mine. "    '  In it' are   printed  threo  western poems, and doz-   '  ens of article   too num-  eroiw to niontion.   Send  for one. before It  Is  too    v  late.   The price is tweuty-  five cents, postpaid to any  part of  tho  world.   Address all letters to  R. %��������� Lowery  NELSO|,B,p.  I  I <", -' '/" - ''-V.  THE GREENWOOD LEDGE.  G a?y.t.\ nl, B. C, .W.'i'l 11,, i'n07.  ������������������������8������������8������������9������������������������������������M&������������������������������������#������������������������������������e������������������&������������������e  /  Kings Liquer Scotcii Whiskey  >J"  -   N: '- ,',*" ;.^',      ..!."   12 Years Old  j. W. Burmester s White Port.  ��������� / Jas. Hennessy & Co's 3-Star Brandy.  GREENWOOD LK^JOR  CO.  IMPORTERS, .GREENWOOD, B.C.  1    "  $15,000 Insurance for $2r.50  The new and up-to-date Tripple Indemnity'  Policy- of the Ocean Accident and Guarantee  Corporation, Ltd., the largest "accident com-  ,, pany in the world.   Assets over ������7;000,000.'  FREDERIC W.McLAINE  ���������.DISTRICT AGENT, GREENWOOD, B. C.  ^ pAtWICffo^  /���������-A  Is under the management of Greig  & Morrison.. The rooms are comfortably furnished, and the bar contains the best brands of wines,'liquors  and cigars in the city.  AH  ' Is the best'furnished hotel in the boundary  district.. Ic 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 ^1,  SANDON, B. C.  VS^est*   '    fflanufac:urin������  Jeweler  Mail Orders Pr mptl? Attended  Expert Watchmaker and Diamond  Setter, Manufacturer of Chains,  Lockets and Rings, Wedding rings  made ou short notice. .,;  WORK  GUARANTEED   \  Opposite Windsor Hotel  P   O    BOX   268  oeoMoes eeeeoeeacsewtttMettovMreexBeoaoeeosoMo  ������}  PHOENIX, B. C.  Is~opposito the Great-Northern depot, and is .a delightful haven for thg 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 j j  of tho liquid refreshment room makes the drinks go j j  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.  JAS. MARSHALL, Prop,  Some Good Float  WHAT OF SOCIALISM  Some time ago a well known  Chicago university professor made  the following statement in an address in Milwaukee:- There are  things you must' know if you are  to - be classed among the educated;  they are 'the science of evolution,  the higher criticism'' of the Bible,  and Socialism.''  Tho point made was that while  we,' individually, may approve or  disapprove of one or all of these,  the fact remains that all of them  are being, discussed and perhaps  accepted by thousands of the prominent thinkers of the day! If there  be anything in any of' these things  that may prove dangerous to civilization or to morality (which terms  ought to be synonymous) it is time  for us not to disregard it,' but to  find and present the danger directly to the advocatora-  The people of ihe entire country  have been shocked and stunned by  the revelations" of graft in political  life. And having laid bare the  fact that under the present system  we are completely in the bauds of  the trust octupus. and that there is  one code of law for the rich, and  an entirely different one for the  poor. The chief thing now before  the people is to find the remedy.  And fluding tho correct,remedy  may be a somewhat-more difficult  problem ^than diagnosing-the disease. Aud this, notwithstanding  the fact that we arc overrun with  thousands of piid exploiters who  have the remedy on their tongue's  end.  ' Undoubtedly, the idea of the  originators of our democracy was  that the will of the majority should  rule. This does uot guarantee  ideal government, for. the majority  may be bsid or ignorant. "But in  our own case the great mass of the  people have tied, their votes over a  dead issue, leaving the government  in the hands of a plutocracy quite  as opposed to government by the  people as is the autocracy of Russia. - Their "own fault? Yes, but  we must consider that millions of  dollar? of the people's money arc  spent by the plutocracy quite as  opposed to government by the  people as is the autocracy of Russia. Their own fault? Yes, but  we must consider that millions of  dollars of the people's money are  spent by this plutocracy to spread  false education among the people.  A utocracies are founded far easier  than they are overthrown, aud if  now we succeed in becoming a real  democracy, without first undergoing a red revolution, we will reverse the rule of the ages. But the  rule can be. reversed if enough  people take to doing their own  thinking, instead of drifting along  until wo are iu the very throes of  civil war.  To offer a remedy for the ruts  into which wo have fallen, is not  tho purpose of this article, neither  is it to call attention to the efficiency of   the 'Republican, Democratic,   Socialist    or    Prohibition  parties.    It is to call attention to  tho necessity of tho people becoming thinkers, and not,  in Longfellow's    words, . "dumb  driven  cattle."    Also to call attention to  the fact that the producers of the  north and .of tho south can never  unite under the name Republican  or Democrat.     Prejudice   is too  strong*for this, and a change of  namo at least is necessary.  It is claimed by some leading  writers, that Socialism and Democracy ore the same. A comparison ��������� of the principles ought to determine. The fact remains that  Socialism whether or not it holds  the relief tho workiugman hopes  for, i.9 spreading over the country  at a tremendous pace. It is acquiring tho impetus of a forest Gre.  Republican omtora aro Bhouting  that   Socialism; uicauB the ovor-  #':  throw;of oiir system of government  and if this refers to our system of  graft, the nation will survive. Bu  any of the several parties in the  field that can receive the united  vote of the' producers of the  country's wealth cannot but in  time bring relief from the present  condition of r coagulated wealth.  Mistakes will be"'made, of course..  The . Republican party need but  give a brief review to its forty-six  year" of , almost uninterrupted  power to be able to condone mistakes in a new party.  To look for immediate and full  relief, however, from present  wrongs in government ownership,  of railroads and other utilities, is  to, "take too optimistic a view.'  When our .churches,. allied with  evolution, shall have effaced the  quality of 'selfishness, which most  of us retain in a greater or less degree, then the coming Brotherhood  of Man will be easy. But present  conditions -are - the ones that must  be met.  A limit on the amount of land  ownable by one person or company  on the number of miles of railroad,  and on' the utilities, might check  tbe tendency of those individuals  who have riot progressed far  enough along tho scale of evolution  to resist taking more than their  share.5, There is a very common and  satisfactory* practice among farmers of nailing strips across the top  of the swine trough..  But, after all, the most serious  difficulty.is that we are in precisely  the condition of the old lady, who,  having acquired a little property,  thought she would tako life easy,  and hired a household 'of servants  to wait on her. But she worked  herself to death ringing the call  bell.��������� Julia C. Cooon! ,  "A Jolley American Tramp"  "A Jolley American Tramp," a  melodiamatic comedy drama, .replete with striking situations  and  startling sensations, [jis  underlined  at Auditorium for one night, Thurs-  day, April llth.    The piece is from  the pen of the author of  !'A Poor  Relation" and "Peaceful Valley,"  two. plays   that   haw   made   Sol  Smith Russel famous.    In   it Mr  Kidder    portrays -an    American  tramp, not as a repulsive,  ever-to-  be-shunned outcast, but as a  man  who through misfortune was compelled to wander upon'the face of  the earth,  but whose heart,  well  kuowing   his   own   distress,   still  blepds for others'   woes,  aud  who  offers even his life to help right the  wrongs of others even more unfortunate than he.    The locale of this  drama is laid in  rural New England, and the motive is greed  for  gold, a greed  with   which even a  husband is sometimes overpowered,  and for which he terribly 'wrongs  his life's partner.     Tho story is  complex and will be well worked  out by a competent cast of gifted  players.   In the cast are such well  known actors as Jim Smith who  playB "Happy Jack"  the tramp ;  Elizabeth Taylor, tho well known  prima donna, and the dainty little  soubrette star, Ella la Page, aud  tho  comedy   Irishwoman,  Elinor  Dunbar.   The cast is exceptionally  strong  throughout  and   contains  fourteeu stars, all artists.  weakened by the loss'of blood and  the ordeal' of the ..operation,- soon  rallied and bids fair to be himself  again ina short time.,' '   '-"  Anderson was anesthized and  "the pulse artery in his left arm  was severed. Mr. Anderson's left  arm was severed, and the artery of  her husbsnd was inserted in the incision. For an hour the man's  heart pumped blood into his wife's  veins. - Then tho arteries were  -loosened and the proper connections  made.        - Greatest Rake in History ���������  . Herbert S. Bigelow, in a series  of'Sunday evening lectures at the  Vine street-Congregational church,  tJiucinatti discussed the Count of  Mirabeau.    Mr. Bigelow said:  We live, said Mirabeau, in a  time ^f groat events, but little  men. He would have said that he  was an exception to the rule,  as indeed he 'was in spite of his  egotism.  * Genius covers a , multitude of  sins. The French revolution produced . two men -of commanding  genius���������Carlyle says three,  On the field of battle the world  has never seen anything like Napoleon.    .  In the stress and storm of a popular assembly tre world has never  seen the like of Mirabeau.  - If Napoleon was the greatest of  fighters, Mirabeau was the greatest  of all the tribunes of the people.  Carlyle. would add tho name of  Dauton. No.other name of the  time can claim the charity which  history accords to greatness.  In genius Mirabeau was the  equal of Napoleon, and if oue was  a master of cruelty, the other was  a monster of lust. J  Of tliie'finest'tea-producing: eoiintry,,  in the world. .  LEAD PACKETS ONLY.      AT ALL GROCERS.  IS A FIRST GLASS ADVERTISING  AND THE PR0DUGT 0F ITS JOB DEPART*  WENT IS STRIGTLY HIGH GLASS.  ��������� When you. want a monument or  headstone write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B. C.  HARDY & CO  Midway  Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,  CbC*   GlCt  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.  A. D.  ���������������������������  Mo^gataineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.'  Made by   -  % %. Oelin ������ (Ko.; nelson  ������WMMMP*MIHMMMHHaMMaBMi������HHHMMIM  fieuu market Hotel  Is the home for all tourists  and millionaires visiting New  Denver.   British | Columbia.  HENRY   STEGE,   PROPR.  GRAND FORKS  Jeweler and Optician, dealer in  Fine Watches, High-Class Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc. -   -    -     --  F. F. IiIEBSCHE*?  MERCHANT TAILOR   .-���������'  ~  Silverton, B. C.  The Reception Hotel  In Camborne gives all its patrons  the purest food, drink and ^cigars.  James Lindsley* Prop.  The.  O0������  Good accommodation and  reasonable rates. One of the  best supplied bars in the city.  Dining room and lunch  counter in connection.  The Kootenay Saloon  Saudon, B. C, has a line oi nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any niouo-  tain town ot the Great West. A  glass of aquafpura given free with  spirits menti." *.  J. R. Cameron.  Leading Tailor of tho  Kootenays.  Sandon, B. C.  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. C.  Is a comfortable home for all  who travel to that city.  COCKLE & PAPWORTF.  NELSON EMPLOYMENT ACENGY  Nelson, B. C. ' '  Mines,    Mills,   Hotels,  etc.,  furnished with help.  "      J/H. LOVE, MANAGER  Tf?E]VIO#T HOUSE  Nelson. B. C, is run on the  the American and European  plan. Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold in  t,-e safe.  MeJonc   &:  Trrcgilflis  -        1  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.  VENDOME HOTEL  ANACONDA  Is just a few minutes' walk from  the center of Greenwood, and a  convenient place to drop in at the  cud of a walk. Convenient to tho  smelter' and provides tho public  with  EDSI  OARD AND  EVERAGES  Sater & Johns, Proprietors  COPPER ST , GREENWOOD.  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE  WORLD  GHEENWOOD LOCAL NO. 31 1  Meets first and third Wednesdays of every  mouth in Eagles Hall at 8 p. m.  Visiting  members.cordially invited to afteud.'  Frank Spearing, Pin, gec'y,  Edgar W. Dynes, President.  NOTICE.  Husband's Blood In Wife's Arteries.  According to a Philadelphia dispatch, trausfusiou of blood was re-  bortod to recently for the firsts time  mi that city Mrs. Anderson was  dying from anemia ,in the Poly-  cliuio Hospital.   The doctors dc-    m.���������.-������������.���������������������  . .   ,,���������..  .,   , f.      ,    , !    TAKE NOTICE, sixty (6o) days after  cidcd on a big stroke to save her date I intend to apply to the Chief Com  life, and tho husband of the dviue n'iss!oucr of La,������ds and Works for per-  ,       , ,, , mission to purchase 240 acres, more or  woman     Cheerfully    permitted    a less, of mountain pasture land as follows:  quautity of his wife's blood  to  bo     Commencing at the uorth east corner  j.  L   ,,      .. ,       . ���������,.      of Lot 671, thence cast 60 chains to west-  pumped into his Wife's veiUS.    Tho era boundary of Columbia and  Western,  woman was broueht back to con- tl,e?ce Ifutt 4������ c.llaiust tl.ieuce w?st <*>  , ,   ������ .       chains, thence north 40 chains to point of  sciousnoss, and now bus more than commencement.  a fighting cbauco for complete re-\   ���������. , . J.A,KDAK'\,GA T^.NA,V,t,V  .    , , ,       ,;    .        .       Dated at Midway, B. C��������� this 25U1 day  covery.   Audcrsou himself, though of February, 1907,  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 Niyen, Prop.  W. B. T  Choice  Fruit  LANDS  For Salo at $10, 813 and $15  Per Aero.  R. J. STEEL  NELSON. B. C  Waterproof Paints.  Coal Tar, Pitch, |  Creosote, Oils for ������  . Preserving Timber,  Roofing, Pitch  And Paints.J  Nelson Coke aud Gas Co. Ltd.  Pacific Coast Grown  Seeds, Fruit aud Ornamental  Trees. Greenlioueo and  Hardy Plants. Bee Supplies. Fertilizer?, Implements.   Catalogue Free.  M. J. HENRY,  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Office, 3010 Westminster Road  "������������������in 'm-ffj^^xw"*1  "������������������"     Z~l.iA Aiireemvouti, l>..(,'.; April M, .1DU-7.  TOE GREENWOOD LEDGE  &  See that the Union Label is in the inside  coat pocket of your spring suit.   We have 12  a complete range of Union Made Clothing.  XjIMITBD,  Groceries, Hardware, Clothing and Gents'Furnishings.  ���������PRANK   FLETCHER  PROVjXCrAI. LAND SURVEYOR  NELSON.*. C.  \  Ok Right Only  Thursday April  The Greatest Play of a  Decade.  A JOLiliV  BRIGAN  TRAMP  j$y E. E. KIDDKR, author of-A Toor  ;    Relation," " Peaceful Valley," etc.  A Splendid Triumph of  American Dramatic Genins  .Laughter Aeyond Possible Parallel I  .Thrilling, Iuthmlling, Entirely Xovel!  .Replete with tli^ Most Unique and Sen-  eatioiial Situations!  Splendid Company  i ���������  Grand Presentation  The  eeo  Will be appreciated by the Tourists,  Travelers aud Mining Men visiting the  Slocan.   Everything up-to-date.  Ul. fll. BEtffllETT  PROPRIETOR  Purity Flour, which js produced  by the latest improved methods in  modern milling from tho choicest  Manitoba Hard Wheat, stands unequalled for bakers' trade and general housetiold use.   Sold only by  tho   Eussell-Law-Caulfield    Company.  "When copper looks like 30 cents  cents the whole Boundary cau  moke Royal Seal cigars.  Av LOCATION NOTICE  Below is given what is claimed  ,to be a bona fide copy of a location  notice posted on a claim near Cornucopia, ., Ore. It claims about  everything between heaven and.the  other place and is the prize notice  until something can be shown'to  boat it :  We the undersigned men of worth,  Just to show that we're on the turf,  Do hereby locate for ourselves alone,  Fifteen huudrcd feet radius around this  stone ;  Together with   mineral   and    water  rights ;  All placer lands and townsites,  All veins and ledges within our line  Of brass and gold and other mines.  We claim all coal and oil as well  Frome the top of the sagebrush down  to hell;  All the air and sunshine, too,  Up to where the sky shines blue.  The name of the claim is Wilson and  Green,  No. 400 and group 16.  ���������Baker City Democrat.  Swift's Premium Bacon goes well  with fresh eggs for breakfast. We  cau supply you promptly with both  tho fresh eggs, and the bacon.  Russell-Law-Caulfield Company.^.  Js   the   only   Temperance   Ilootel   in  Greenwood and the Rates Reasonable.  MRS. D. MANCHESTER.  Premier  Hungarian  Flour  Is uot a new flour on the market. It  has been in use for years. Ask for a sack  in vour next order.   .Sold by  Hunter-Kendrick Co., Greenwood.  Smith & McKwen, Anaconda.  Hardy & Co. Midway.  Guaranteed by the  Alexander  Milling Co'y  BRANDON, MAN.  Lettuce, Spinach, Radishes, Asparagus, Tomatoes, on Saturday at  Russell-Law-Caulfield Company.  Pioneep  Hotel...  ��������� JGpeehuiood, B. C  The oldest hotel in the  Citv, and stilll under ' the  same management. Rooms  comfortable, meals equal to  any in the city, and the' bar  supplies only the best. Corner of Greenwood and Government streets.  J, W. J^eison  / . ���������    Big; Copper Mines.  While it is true that the United  States rejoices over the possession  of some of the greatest of the  world's copper mines it has not' a  monoply of them. The Mansfield  of Germany is a mine abont which  we do not hear much on this side  of the globe, yet, and nevertheless,  it keeps 22,260 men employed ;  has been turning out copper since  the days of the Crusades, and last  year produced nearly 44,000,000  pounds of copper. Nothing small  about that,       ..������-,*   .   ;  Transfer of Licenser  NOTICE is hereby biven tfmt nt the next  mci'tins of the Board of License ComniU-.lnners  for the City of Oruonwood I Intend to npiily for  n trnnufcr to Jamvs D. Whalcu and John Morrison jf the lisenso now held l>y mo for tho  Kootenay Hobul. ������itunto on Lot .It;, Block T,  Opper struct, Greenwood, U. G  Uroenwood, B. C, April 1,1!K>7.  THOMAS WALSH.  More and more attention is paid  each year to the problem of interior  decorations for walls and ceilingsr  While many products are made for  this purpose Sherwin-Williams De-  cotiut is the best finish ever offered  in pow'der form".  . ;. ���������-      -    ��������� ���������-   Offer Made for Phoenix.'  F. P.-Buck of Sherbrooke, president of the Phoenix Amalgamated  Mines,, has issued a circular explaining "the contemplated deal,  says the Montreal Star.  The Phoenix Amalgamated Copper Mines, limited, comprising the  War Eagle, Red Deep, Bald Eagle,  Lulu, Dandy, Missing Link and  Pinhook, all in the Phoenix mining camp, quite near the Granby  properties, have received a favorable offer from a New York syndicate.  The capital of the company is  $5,000,000, with 500,000 shares of a  par value of 810 per share, and  200,000 shares in tbe treasury.  The New York peoplo offer $1.75  per share for the treasury stock,  amounting to $350,000.  The same syndicate also offers  $1.50 per "share for an additional  200,000 shares. Thi3 will leave  100,000 shares to be deposited with  the Eastern Townships Bank, to be  held in part 'for a period of two  years from the time (he options arc  executed in favor.of the syndicate.  "Hm !'���������' he. said"'I wouldn't  swap .my interest in the .Little  Johnny mine for the whole bunch  of Islands."  "He might not have - known all  about the Philippines, but he evidently had faithin a mining proposition."  A small boy was fishing in the  canal a short way from Georgetown, when a reverend gentleman  accosted him.  i.  Can you show me the way to  Georgetown, inquired the gentleman.  Yes, sir, said the small boy,  sticking his pole in a hollow stump  of a tree, and proceeding to elucidate.  'The old gentleman thanked him  and went on his way. Three or  four hours later the gcdtleman appeared on the scene again.   -  Caught any fish, my little man?  Naw,  Doh't yon know it's a sin to fish  on  Sunday?  No, was the quick reply.  What is your name, my little  man ?  Billy Smith.  Ever go to Sunday school, William? Know anything about  Jesus ?  No, sir, was the somewhat delinquent reply. '*-  Ever heard of heaven ?  This boy shook his head doubtfully. "  "Well, my little man, that's too  bad. If you will come up to my  Sunday school next Sunday I'll  show you the way to heaven.  Oh, you go to hell; you didn't  even know the way to Georgetown.  Bd������m^Mia*nflM^^  NEW SPRING  AND   SKIRTS  HAVE ARRIVED  He Lead in  This Line.  Come and See the Newest Styles.  The Hunter-Kendrick-Co.  LIMITED.   .'  THE BIG STORE  ss&ns  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF-COMMERCE  TAID Ul' CAFITAT., 810,000,000.  KKSEltVK FUND, 85,000,000.,  B. E. WALKER,, Gen. Manager.    ALEX. LAIRD, Ass't. Gen. Man.  Branches Throughout Canada, and in the United States  and England.  A General Banking Business Transacted.    Accounts 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.  Why is it your neighbor makes  better bread than you ? Because  she uses Purity Flour.  anc  Stove?, bnght before the advance in prices.  Wc will offer for sale  until April lGth for Jess than tho-jactual cost of the Avholesale prices today:   $f  No. 9 Pride Steel Range with  high shelf, was %%0.        | Now, $22,110   sg  No.  9   Pride Steel   Range,   with   hirrh   shelf and   reservoir,  was  $52 .fi0. Now ������24.90  The Onccchi Goodcheer Steel Range, same as illustration.   This is one  of l:lio best ranges on the market.   You will pay $G0 for one not as good.  Our |ticc was $.;>0. Sale price, ������43  . Terms of Sale-Strictly Cash. Yourold stoves taken in exchange asensh  IWEI  jmWS HEWI  ������������ It will make your woodwork, piano and furniture look llfea new. all fcy 1||  W3 clmpl/ going over the surface with a cloth moistened vvlth tho Veneer. ESsa  fcSK A Mtlajjlrl can do tho work easily.  It Is not a varnUh.  There la no drying Kjs  HI to wait for. Largo bottle, enough to renovate the ordinary home, BOo. ������NM  House  Cleaning;  Time  ���������   No! We arc not going out of business.' We are looking   f on ue  ���������business in-the- future.   We have more of these ranges on the way, but  [���������rived  :BM   Mey will not be sold at the prices for which. \.<*e offer these..   Just arr  l&i  the fin.cst and most up:to-date'line of Granite- and 'Tinware,." /.;.   .,.;...  Phone 10.  A. h. WHITE & CO.  House -Furnishers.  Sherwin-William'B Paint is a  good paint to paint a good home  with. Sold by the Kusscll-Law-  Caulfield Company.  A bride's mother presented her  with a check on Christinas dajr.  With a feeling . of the utmost importance she took.it down to the  bank in which her husband bad  opened an account for her. The  cashier took the check, then  handed it back politely, saying:  Will you plea'su indorse it,  Madam ?  Indorse it? repeated the bride,  puzzled.  Yes, across the back, you know,  replied tho man, too busy to notice  her bewilderment.  The bride carried the check to a  desk, laid it face downward and  nibbled the end of a pen thoughtfully. The inspiration came, and  she-wrote triumphantly across the  the back :  "For Fanny, from mother;  Christmas, 190G.���������Philadel phia  Ledger.  BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO. LTD  Geo. R. Naden, Manager.  Farm lands, timber limits, mineral claims, mining stocks  and shares.   City real estate bought, sold and exchanged.  all and see our list. ;"  aRESNv/oon, b. o.  P. BURNS & GO.  s in  e  e  o  e  Fresh and Salt JVIeats, pish and Poultry  Shops in nearly all. the towns of Boundary and  the Kootenay.  ee������9e98e08ft������������ee������P9eee������9eee9O0eoeee*ae8ee*6M  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LEDGE  In 1900 the gold mines of the  world broke their record in production. The yield is reckoned at about  8-110.000,000, as against $376,000,-  000 in 1905, $34G,000,000 in 1904,  and S325,000,000 in 1903. Of the  190G total, th'o United States and  Alaska produced about $95,000,000  being second only to South Africa.  HE BELIEVED IN MINING.  Says Don Carlos in. the Denver  Graphic :  ., "Some years ago I was in the  Philippine islands, soon afte������ Uncle  Sim had taken charge. It was  said the country was rich in hardwood lumber, tobacco and other  things, and that a live, American  could make a fortune out of them.  ���������'I interviewed a general iu the  army on the subject of tho outlook  for commercial enterprises. The  general. was from Colorado.' He  looked at me a moment before replying to. ..my. question, and then  gruntpd before be answered.  REDUCED  RATE!  Atlantic Seaboard  . to Kootenay Points  Effective  for Transatlantic passengers arriving on or  subsequent to April 2b'th,  COLONIST RATES  from points   ;  Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, St. Paul,  Chicago, United States.  On sale daily till 30th.  April.  Send for your friends while the  rates nre low.' Full particulars on  application to local agent or write,  JK. J, OOV1.K, A, O.l', A.  Vancouver  J. A. UAItTKK, V, V,  A.,  Nelson.  Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish  |       Fowl always in stock.  fOkanagan Apples at $2.00 per  Box.  iP*w������  qi/%/%/%*gb,'%1j>/WV%y%' fy^*'&%'$>*&���������  Supplies electricity for Power, LightT Heating  and Ventilation. Power Furnished to mines  for hoisting and air-compressor, plants, with a  guarantee that tlic service will be continuous.  Get our rates before completing your estimates  ������  ������.w*������w*t#** >ti%^..:u  -fF

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