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 yoL. xvi..  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1910.  No. 41  *     GREENWOOD, B. C.  <��������� -My Stock .-of Dry.Goods, Ladies' Hats,,.Corsets,  Dress Goods," Ginghams, Calicos, and Fancy Goods  of all" kinds have just arrived and...  ttsmxiam^mmsmsaiaism^miwmmmm^sfnfi  Shoes. Shoes  Jusfe arrived, our spring stock of  (he famous Geo. A. Slater Invictus  Shoes. . For., comfort, style and."  wear these shoes cannot be beaten.  Drop in and have a look ot them���������  they speak for "themeel ves.  We -also - carry . the -" Beresford'  Shoe; McKeen's .Great West Shoe;'  WiIliams!~'Boy's, Smeltermen .and  Miners' .Boots ;'The Amos Hojden  Smeltermen's Boots ;. and Leckie's.  Famous Miners' Boots.    J<   r,, ~ - -  RussdlrLaw^CauJfieia Co.  Hardware.'  -7 Groceries;' *  Furnishings, --^Crockerv.  j Passing Throng:  FURNITURE  Bought, Sold and Exchanged.  A. L. WHITE  PHONE 16.   '  REGINA WATCHES.  'Be Sure arid-See'Our-Window,   Display    of-, -these':  "Watches this Week.  ; We carry a very large stock toc  choose from."   A.11 we ask is to.  come in and get the .prices.  Your watch and jewelry repairs-  will be safe in our hands. t. ' '-. .  A. LOGAN &.Go. I  .....  AlEW.EtERSKf-'v;  F. JAYNES.  Canadian Wheat  , flakes  45c a Package  Our Prices are  The Lowest  in the City  Pastry Baked Daily and Always Fresh.  Wradser Hotel  * ���������- The Windsor Hotel is one of the'best furnished-,  -   " hotels in the West.   'It is'located in the heart of  Greenwood and within easy reach of all the finan-  ' cial and commercial institutions of the Copper  Metropolis. Heated with steam and lit by electricity. "Commodious sample rooms. The bar is  replete with all modern beverages, and the Cafe  never,closes.    Kooms reserved by telegraph. .  The Windsor Hotel Co.       E. J. Cartier, Manager  PHOENIX BEER  r     <  is delicious in taste and free from impurities.   Order  a case or bottle at the earliest\opportunity.^ -  Phoenix - Brewing - Co.  -. >  :...   .     -- " (Limited.) . ���������    -  The Pride of Western Canada. Phone 138, Greenwood  ft Regular monthly meetings of  \^"V Green wood, lodirn No. 28, A. F.  /%/* & A. M., are held on the first  Thursday in each month in Fraternity hall, Woorl block, Government  street. Greenwood. Visiting brethren  are cordially inyited to attend.  JAS, S. BIKNIJ2. Secretary,  W.'F, Mj  Greenwood Miners'  iiion, No. 22, W.  F M., meets every  Saturday evening in Union Hall, Copper street, Greenwood, at"7:80.  Also in hall at  Mother Lode mine  Fridav evenings at 7:30.  GEO. HEATHERTON, Secretary  Take your Repairs to  A D. MORRISON  Grand Forks, the Leading  of the Boundary District  CITY  upmww^wi^AMwaim  PHOENIX, B.C.  ���������Is opposite the Great Northern depot and is a delightful       ,  b&venfor tlie weary traveler.   Great veins of hot water       |  ryn through', the- entireI house, and bathrobmsare al-       j  Ways at  the service of those in  search of material      ���������'.  cleanliness.. The dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,  wibile tbe artistic appointment of the liquid refreshment  makes the drinks go down like eating fruit in a flower  garden, -The sample rooms are the largest jn thomonn-  tains and a pleasure to drummors .with big trunks.;<  JAS. MARSHALL       -       -       PROPRIETOR  aHKBStBBBlBSE  Baggage transferred to  any part of the City. Furniture moved to any part of  the District. General Dray-  ing of all kinds.  SIDNEY OLIVER.  Get your Razt rs Honed  and your Baths at  Fraw ley-s  Barber ..  Shop,  Greenwood,  ������TOeeo������������������090������������<N������������������4ra������a������������9e4MM8oeooa������������������������e������oeo������������������c>eai]  James Buchanan &��������� Go's  HOUSE OF COnflRflUEUS  GREENWOOD XIQUOR CO.  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, BrO.  ���������i������^@������^^o������^������<a������@������������������������������g������^������o.CQg9(3������e8ea������eQg������������������������t������@0g  T. THOMAS,  TAILOR,  Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired.  J. A MacMastcr spent Sunday in the  city.  Bill Bailey will visit his former home  in Oregon.        '        ,  James makes photographs that.you can  send home.  The restauaant at the Windsor hotel  never closes.  When in Greenwood, get your photo,  taken by James,  Batt Boone has bought an hotel in  Cherwelah, Wash.  ,C. Stork, jnr., is now a Pinkerton  detective in Spokane.  Wm Davidson, of Sandon is spending  a few days in the city.  Born ���������On April 15, to Mr. and Mrs  William McLellan, a son.  J. A. Hartley, the jeweler is moving  from Thoenix to Victoria.  The latest designs in Wall Papers can  be seen at Cole's Book Store.  M. Edgrin has returned from a trip to  'Frisco and othes coast cities.  Jack Dupont leaves this week to look  up a business location in the Okanagan.  Grasp the shadow ere the substance  fades, by getting your.photo from James  On Sunday the Mother Lode defeated  Greenwood at baseball by a score of 22  to 9.  A. O. Johnson, of the Central hotel in  Phoenix sells a cigar" that is called 'Big  Andy.'  The Jewel mill is finished and will be  set in motion when the tramway is completed.  R. (J. Sidley has entered a libel" suit  against "E. M. Cudworth for $to,ooo  damages.  A. J. Jackson has retired from the meat  business in Oroville and may remove to  the coast  S. R. Case, formerly town marshall at  Oroville is now night watchman at the  Granby mines.  It is probable that the affairs of the  Dominion Copper Co. will be straightened  out this month.  The monthly payroll of the B. C.  Copper Co. usually amounts to about  $45,000 a month.  Wm. Dunstan is enjoying the ozone of  Greenwood after a hard winter's work in  Wellington camp.  Drugs and patent medicines are 40 per  cent, cheaper in Vancouver than they  are in Greenwood.  S. M. Johnson returned from the east  this week. His wife and family will'not  return until next year.  Wes Connell gashed one of his legs  last Sunday with an adze, and will limp  slightly for a few days.  - The dance at the, Motfier Lode last  Thursday night was largely attended by-  people from Greenwood.  Wm. Wallace has "a siiit against M.  H: Kane that will be heard at the -next  sitting of the comity court.  Plenty of money earned in Greenwood  and at the Mother Lode is now enriching  Spokane and other large towns.  P. F. Roussa has returned from the  coast. At a futuae'date he intends to  locate iu Vancouver or Prince Rupert.  E'c-Governor E lgar De.vdnjy is paying  a visit to the Similkamecn. It is 51 years  since he came west to grow up with the  country.  In Phoenix, N. J. Carson & Co. carry a  large stock of gent's'furiiishings, clothing,  hats, boots aud shoes. Drop in aud have  a rubber.  Married.���������Last Thursday evening Olaf  Gundersor. wedded Mrs. Addie Campau  The wedding ceremony was performed by  the Rev. J. A. Petrie.  James, the photographer, has a studio  in Greenwood. It is on Deadwood street,  just across the street form ethe once  famous Hotel Armstrong.  John Barclay is spending a few days in  the copper metropolis. The air of Spokane seems to agree with-John. More  baseball on that side of the line.  The Russell - Law - Caulfield Co. have  just delivered to the provincial government a road grader. Its operation will  soon smooth the highways that lead over  the hills to Greenwood.  Mr. Hall, formerly a telegraph operator  in Grand Forks has been appointed  editor of thc Times. Randall Stuart  will remain in the city for a short time  before prospecting for a new location.  At a meeting in Midway last Friday  the Farmer's Institute decided to hold  their first' fair in Midway. Greenwood  made a bid for the fair but was voted  down by members from other parts of the  district.  There are no blanks in a box of K &  H cigars. They all draw and omit an  aroma that perfumes the ozone when set  ou fire. It is ever a pleasure"1 to follow a  man who is smoking a K & H'cigar. Try  one and be convinced.  Oil in good quantities has been found  about 40 miles west of Ashcroft along the  Thompson river. It was found in shale  and made a good test. The claims are  owned by John McGillivary, George  Chatawav and A. M. Leitch.;  A Vigorous General   '  General^ Charles S. "Warren, of -Butte,  Montana, is a man you don't meet every  day. He was with Sherman and marched  through Georgia in the days when the  North and South did not play sluff together. After the war he came west and  chased the redskins out of -Montana.  Then he was made the first police magis  trate of Butte in the days when horse  thieves and check lifters were thicker  thad 'coons at a watermelon fair. He  made an immense fortune, got ambitious  and went to New York to show the Wall  Street boys how they did things in Butte.  He lost $590,000 against the bear game  and had to hike west in search of more  ammunition. He was. a cheerful loser  and came back to Butte just as fat, rosy  and jolly as ever. Iu the flush days of  Rossland the general moulded himself  into the history of that camp and will  never be forgotten by the old timers.  Lately he has been in California where  he is interested in the coming greatest  gold mine on earth.. Although Charley  is not much over too years 01 age -he is  lively as ever, and his friends have come  to the conclusion that he will never die.  Thc world needs more Charley Warrens.  Western Float  The Royal Seal cigar has been before  the smoking public for a dozen years.  It is made in Nelson and can be bought  iu nearly every mountain town.  - Boom at Stewart.  As is usual with new mining camps  there is a boom at .Stewart. Within a  month the number of buildings in the  townsite at the head of Portland Canal  have been doubled, and when the snow  leaves the ground it is anticipated there  will be a big building boom. Lumber is  going into the place from every northern  mill, as well as from Victoria and Vancouver. The Georgetown, Prince Rupert  and Swanson Bay mills send lumber to  Stewart on every steamer.  Ou Salmon River, across the British  Columbia border, a townsite has been  staked by some enterprizing Americans  on the mudflats. They have staked the  mudflats over a considerable area and  state that they intend to dyke it ancl reclaim the tide lauds. There-is a rush  on to this place from Ketichican, Juneau  and other ports.  At Stewart there was much exc:tcment  over the finds made on the property of  the Stewart Mining and development  Company of free milling gold. The residents are also awaiting the arrival of the  construction parties for the government  wharf, for which an appropriation of  $15,000 has been provided, aud for the  building of the railroad by Mackenzie &  Mann.  Mitts, gloves, bats, balls, masks and  other baseball goods can be bought at  Cole's Book Store.  .Kootenay Marble.  Referring to the marble deposit at  Lardeau an eastern paper states: There  are billiotis of cubic feet of marble there,*,  and, judging from" what has been un-  couvered, of the finest quality. The  whole mountain appears to be of nnrble.  White marble,"blue marble, aud variegated marble have all been exposed by  the preliminary quarrying. Here and  there we have found portions equal to  the finest Carrara statuary marble.  -The K & II cigar has jumped into  prominence through the excellent flavor  of the tobacco out of which it is made.  About Comets.  Iu the last half of the last century 121  comets, including returns, penetrated the  sphere of the earth's orbit. From this  Prof. Pickering infers that we should  expect to be struck by the core of a  visible comet once in about 40,000,000  years, and by some portion of the head  once in 4,000,000 years. Since comet's  orbits are more thickly distributed near  the ecliptic than in other regions of the  sphere, the collisions would occur rather  more frequently than this, but hardly  as often as once in 2,000,000 years, and  since it has been estimated that animal  animal life has existed upou the earth for  about 100,000,000 years, a considerable  number of collisions, perhaps as many as  fifty, must have taken place during that  interval, in Prof. Pickering's opinion,  evidently without producing any very  serious results.���������Scientific American.  Andy's Money.  corporation" of the clty of  Gkeenwood.  Notice to Property Owners.  Notice is hereby given that in accordance with the provisions of thc "Water  Clauses Act," all water supplied will be  charged against the Land, Building or  Premises, and if default is made hi payment, will be collected in the same manner as Municipal Rates and Taxes, and  further take notice, if the same shall be  in arrears on the 15th day of the month,  thc water shall be shut off from the  premises.' ���������, . / ��������� '  : -'.'.;.���������,;    .   ' G. B; TAYLOR, - v>  Greenwood," April 13,19IQ,    City Clerk.  James D. Sword, L. Patrick and .-Sam  Silverman are working on a scheme to  build a smelter on the east shore of  Walker lake in Nevada. They have  "enlisted English capital and arc confident  that the plant will be erected iu a short  time.  , Owing to the fact that several men are  employed by the U. C. Copper Co. who  do not belong to thc Greenwood Miner's  Union a strike was declared against the  company and went into effect last Tuesday. , '1 he union was iu favor of a strike  by over two-thirds majority. .The smelter and Mother Lode mine are now  closed dow:'.  The License Question.  ' At a meeting of the hotel men in.this  city the following resolution was carried  unanimously:-  Resolved���������-That it is the sense of this  meeting that owing to the loss incurred  by those hotel meu going put of business,  and-the additional cost of partially remunerating -the same; together with'the  increased cost of license to those remaining in the business that the license commissioners of this city leave the matter ol  the hotels in its present status.  All the hotel men signed this resolution with the exception- of Greigg and  Morrison. : If tbe commissioners take no  notice to tbia resolution then the hotel-  keepers will tender for thc licenses, the  licenses to be granted to thc five who put  up the most money to indemnify those  shut out of the'business.  Andrew Caruegie's philosophy finds  reiders principally because of the  millions he possesses. The public mind  works something after this fashion:���������  If this man has brains enough to make  himself the steel-master of the world, he  has brains enough to say some wise  thing about life. Let an unknown whose  life has been spent in the realm of  thought, aud not in the marts of trade,  utter Carnegie's statements, and he  would wait in vain for a listener, let  alone newspaper space. For it is true  that the possession of means does act as  recommendation of a man's ability and  sanity^ When George Washington was  being ridiculed in a great assembly as a  farmer-soldier, someone arose and mentioned the amount of George Washington's annual income, and instantly a  wave of respect for the insurgent swept  thc men who worshipped money. James  Russell Lowell, (or was it Oliver Wendell  Holmes?) u<ed to say that a minister  with an independent income was a more  forceful teacher than one who had to  depend ou the contributions of those he  taught. And so with Carnegie; he is  raised above the necessity of thinking,  talking and writing for money; the people  listen to him, therefore, expecting ail  untrainmeled word, a vision unbound by  policy or necessity.���������Farmer's Tribune.  If thc strike continues any length of  time, it will have the effect of spoiling  the Mother Lode and Greenwood'baseball matches.  Rupe's First Mayor.  The first civic election "will take place"  in Prince Rupert upon May 16 The  Empire is boosting Fred Stork for the  mayoralty, and painting his supposed  virtues in rosy colors. Fred is a red coat  worshipper mid dearly loves to smell the  powder of blank cartridges. When,  mayor of Fernie he was the tool of 111011-  nopoly, and his actions in thnt city denoted the possession of a narrow .mind.  He may have improved since he went  north, although it |s seldom such men  conquer themselves. In a corporeal  sense he is suited for Riipe. As a municipal statesman he will not assay much  more than country rock, mixed wiih considerable gall and ambition-  Merritt will hold its first fair next fall.  There are three barbir shop-, in Princeton.  In Foit George, bread is 25' ceuts a  loaf.  Princeton is to hive a system of water  works.  Franc's I/ike now has a monthly mail  service.  A. Austin has bought the Royil Holel  iu Vernon  A $103,000 hotel is to be built in  Revelstoke.  The Union Bank will open a branch  in Kitsdas.  A hospital to cost'$15,000 will be built  at Ladysinith.  There are 275 lumber and shingle mills  in British Columbia."  P. A. MoLmders is building a barbir  shop 111 New Michel.  A hotel is to be built at Copp:r City,  ou the Skeena river.  The leading hotel at Hope has substitu  ted white for yellow help.  Thomas King, of Golden has opened  a store at Brooks, Alberta.  Fifty rooms are being added to the  Leland hotel in Kamloops. -""  The Arrow Lakes Lumber Co. is again  running its mill at Arrowhead.  In ,Vancouver, a $70,0)0 YM.C.A.  building is under construction.  Orders have bee-i given for the erection of 14 buildings in Kitselas.  The city council of Trail is planting  shade trees in the smelter town.  More than 20 men are now employed  in the cigar factory at Kelowna.  In Kelowna, the salary of the city clerk  has been raised to $too a month..  In Fernie, wheh a church wants to  raise money it gives a beau social.  The value cf the fruit raised 111 British  Columbia last year was $3,500,000.  A day and night messenger service has  been established in Prince Rupert.  Frank Royer, of Grand Forks will open  a livery stable in Gull Lake, Alb2rta.  P. Burns & Co. are now .iu control of  the meat selling business in. Kelowua.  Fred Stork, formerly of Fernie is aspiring to be the first mayor of Rupert.  Coal has been found at Ground Hog  mountain, 200 miles north of Hazelton.  Smith Curtis is getting his land .north  of Kamloops lake ready for fruitgrowing.  James Elmhirst has sold out in Kere-  meas center and moved to Carberry, Man.  A Kamloops prospector has discovered  opals and hyalite near Deadmau's-Creek.  The enlargement of the C.P.R. yards in  Kamloops will give room for 700 more  cars.  In June, Fort George will have telephone connection with Blaekwater Crossing. r"'" ���������-*.'-- '    .   -. -   ���������-'    *���������"  Mrs. Miry Aim B iker recently died in  Nauaimo. She had lived jcf.vears in that  city.  Steve Slinger has given a bond on his  mining claim near Hazelton to Rossland  men.  In the Nicola, the Diamond Vale coil  miues will resume operations in a short  time.  The North Star mine in East Kootenay  recently paid a dividend of two cents, a  share.  This season the Riverside Nursery at  Grand Forks has shipped, 40,009 fruit  trees.  Salmon River is the name of a new  town on the Alaska side of the Portland  Canal.  R. H. Ashcroft wis fined $500 for sell  ing liquor without a licenss in Prince  Rupert. .,  In order to satisfy the demand from  B. C. the mint at Ottawa will coin silver  dollars.       /  The police in Prince Rupert are driving  the gamblers, bums and crooks out of  that'city.  Wm. EH"s is building a sawmill at  Hazelton that will cut 1,500 feet of luin--  ber daily.  A baseball club has been organized in  Grand Forks, with T. A. F. Mcintosh as  manager.  Patent medicines are 40 per cent,  cheaper in Vancouver than they are in  Greenwood.  The Roper ranch, 16 miles Irom Kamloops has been sold to au English syndicate for $400,000.  Frank Gen net, of Revelstoke was  found dead in his cabin ten miles west of  the Big Eddy mill.  The city council of Trail has bought  10,000 feet of ce'dar from the Doukhobors  at seven cents a foot.  "In Kelowna, Jim Bowes has retired  from the'hotel business and -will devote  his time to .ranching. ',���������-   .-'"  Dan Mann wishes to make a winter  home in Victoria, and is desirous of buying Dunsmuir castle.  G.W. Thompson has been appointed  chief of the fire department in Trail at a  salary of$io a month. ������������������������������������'.    -���������'.*���������     ���������������������������������������������'  This year the C.I\R. will* expend a  million dollars 011 its railway between  Field and Roger's Pass.  Mike Carliu and his 'associates will  diamond drill the coal deposits upon thc  North Thompson river. 7  The wholesale price of beef in. Japan, is  12 cents a pound. P. Burns.& Co..have  no shops in that country.      ���������-    * ./>���������   ...  The Ashcroft Copper Co. will expend  $40,000 this year developing their properties in Highland .Valley.       ���������'  A new theatre will be erected in Winnipeg. It will cost #150,000 and seat  1,900 ordinary sized people.  Hon. James Dunsmuir is reported to  have invested four million dollars in  the Canadian Northern railway.  Owing to the number of large irrigation  projects now under way in the Okanagan,  labor is very scarce in that section.    .     \  The price of meat is going up in B." C.  During the past year the retail price of  pork has advanced about 50 per cent.  There is no work -around Fort George  except upon government roads and for  survey parties. The wages are $3.50 a-  day.  In   the   Similkameen,   the   Columbia >  Coal Co. will u.se a diamond upon their  properties on the north fork of Granite  Creek. l  In Hope, the people want the C.P.R. to  appoint a d iv agent. At present they  can only send aud receive telegrams in  the night.  Fort George is 330 miles from Ashcroft  and the fare in the summer U $50.   This ,  induces fare, and meals and berths on '  the steamer. ' - -.  Captain Fred Stork has received authority to organize a military company  in Prince Rupert. The company will be  called Earl Grey's Own Rifles.  The rush  up  the,  Skeena   river   this '  spring is so great/that the  freight and  passenger    accommodation   upon     the  steamers is all booked ahead for five or  six trips.  At Middlesboro, the Nicola Valley  Coal & Coke Co. will bnild 1,000 coke  ovens. The company expects to sell its  product in the Boundary when the Kettle  Valley railroad is finished.  Helps the Boundary.  Of intense interest is thc company  promoted by Americans which has just  secured incorporation in Canada. It is  the Canadian Metallurgical Compaiiv,  the backers of which are said to be C. H.  Carpenter, president of the Herring-Hall-"'  Marvin Safe Company of New York, and -  W. H. Alexander, president of the International Metallurgical Company, of the  same place.  The object of the company will be  better understood by metal men, particularly when it is stated that it controls for .  Canada the Xaxeres process for the extraction of 'm-.tal from gold and'silver  ores. The process cau be operated with"  very small and cheap installation-anywhere there is ore to treat, and it can* -  handle, ores that are refractory to a  smelter. .' .      .  An enormous- advance in the copper  industry of Canada is predicted and  many workable ore bodies" will "soon  become richly paying properties.  .Rupe-Closed Tight.     .  Except in' the matter of rain  Prince  Rupert is no longer a wide open town."  The blind pig with its'counterfeit booze/  the black jack dealer with-.his marked  cards, and the roulette wheel, with or,  without brakes have .all, been, thrown  iato the str'.-et^aitd-; os-dorcd- to- -"traVelr  south.   Moral reform*i?s'rampant in Rupc"  and the lid has been put on'withadouble  set of rivets.    In an* interview with The  Optimist the chief of police says:  "Things are now in .the shape I wanted '  them.   The net is spread far and deep  and we are now beginning to pull in the "f  ropes.    We have men on the job who have  placed every tinhorn and pimp and we are'  going to give them a chance to go south.  If any of them are here after the next  boaL goes south, we will send them south  at the expense of the department and  will probably find them a summer job at  \\ estminster.   Sound the warning that ���������  thev are not to go north, for we ha\e tbe  same organization now there as we have  heic.    They will go south either of their  own free will or in the ship's skookum  room.    It is simply a matter of choice."  Respect for the Dead.  Thenian is dead. But all is not los*,  we will attend thc funeral. We will  fall over one another in our haste to show  respect. .We will bring beautiful wreaths  as loving tokens. We will dig out a  large piece of granite and caiefully phice  it over the grave in honor of his memory.  We will write on this rock the things we  lacked the courage to impart >to the  living being. We will consign to this  stone the kind word that has been delayed till the brave heart, that has fought  struggled and blundered, is stilled iu  eternal silence. But the elegance of our  offeriugs and the depth of our emotiens  availeth Utile, for wc are filled with re- ���������  morse when wc remember our former  coldness and indifference.  Joe's Ideas.  Joe Marti u, who deserted his own  country in order to get more air for his  egotism by posing as a politician in  England told a bunch of Britishers the  other day in Whilefield'.s Tabernacle that  English land ought to he taxed on the  basis of what it could be sold for, as in  Canada, and not as at present, on thc  basis of the rent. He also said that hospitals ought to be supported by the state,  I so that the poor cauld obtain assistance  as a right and not be made paupers as  now. Liquor licenses, Mr. Martin said,  being granted by the Slate, the State  should be free to revoke them without  compensation to the holders.  As a matter of common sense  State should always make good any  to individuals sustained through  change1' of actions. 111 Canada the  fortunate rumseller has a hard time,  he does not buy a menagerie with  own booze he is liable to be turned  of doors any time the wind of caprice,  or moral reform blows against the chaps  who'deal the license game. Let us pray  for tho unlucky booze dispensarian.  the  loss  its  Ull-i  If  his  out  LAWW MOWERS, GARDEN TOOLS,  HOSE, BOTH RUBBER AND COTTON.  A Complete and Well Assorted Stock of Duildor's  .Hardware, Tpols, etc.    PRICES RIGHT.  IkHUNTER-KENDRICKCo.,Lt(i.  ���������EXCLUSIVE HARDWARE. THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  'S  Makes the Experiment of Living  I        on North Pole Food.  PLANS   TO   SAVE   EXPENSES.  Argument With Mrs. Bowser to Prove  That Pemmican and Fat Will Benefit the System Results In a Call For  the Family Doctor.  {Copyright,  By M. QUAD.  11109,   by   Associated   Literary  Tress."  KS. BOWSEK Intended to ask  Air. Bowser lo go to the theater that evening nnd had  paved the way by getting  up an extra n<>ud dinner. When lie  had eaten heartily she would announce  her project, nnd there was hope that  he illicit consider it favorably. When  lie reached home he had n package  under his arm. but she restrained from  ijiiestluiiiiig. Kveii when he carried It  down io lhe dinner table with him she  had nothing to say. It was only .when  he removed the wrapping and she lie-  held a hunk of tallow and u cube ot  - what looked like sausage meat that  she exclaimed:  "CJond gracious, but what have you  brought hutiieV"  ".Mrs. I'owslt." he said as he leaned  buck with a complacent look ou his  face, "you must recall that for the  past several winters 1 have suffered  much from the coldV".  "Ves, you have complained a great  deal."  "Not complained, but suffered���������suffered in silence. 1 never complain.  No husband ever does. Yes, 1 have  suffered and suffered, and yet the  thermometer lias only touched zero a  very few times. 1 have had to wear  the very warmest underclothes and  provide myself with au ulster, as If 1  were n clipped horse."  "I have often thought you ought to  live In a tropical country."  Preparing For Winter.  "Tropical country be hanged! What  has :illed me Is ,-i lack of sense, but I  have got on to the racket at last. I  am  now about to prepare myself for  Jilt   BOWSRR   WENT   OUT   MINUS  nAT AMD  OVEliOOAT.  the whiter. They say It's going to be  the coldest for a hundred years past,  and I hope it will be. 1 hope It will  be 20 below zero for weeks at a time.  ] hope it will snow and blow aud hall  and raise Caiu generally."  "But for why?" was asked.  "Because 1 am going to wear my fall  flannels aud full overcoat all winter  and then feel too warm. Mrs. Bow-  tier. Dr. Cook went to the north pole,  didn't lie?"  "He says he did."  "He had to take food with him?"  ������������������Of course."  "It wasn't lobster aud pickles, but  fo<>d that would keep him warm In the  Intense cold, lie encountered cold that  registered 47 degrees below zero. Ulght  here iu this huuse with that temperature ������ur feet would rreeze iu a rcdhoi  oveu. Think ot It, woman���������luidk of  47 below!"  "It must have been awful."  "It was awful. It was stupendous.  And why wasu't Dr. Cook frozen stiff  as a gatepost iu Mint awful cold?"  "Because he put his trust ill heaven."  "Nonsense! I've put my trust iu the  same place aud shivered like a dog. It  was because he had the proper rood to  eat. Now you have it. lie had the  food to create bodily warmth aud keep  out the cold."  "And tie liiis sent you some?" was  oslu-d. '���������-'������������������������������������'.'  Help From the  Butcher.  "No, imi'iim. I read what he used  and have had the butcher prepare me  Koine. Mere Is a hunk of beef fat, and  here Is some pemmican. and 1 shall  live ou them for the next two or three  weeks and get myself In good shape.  You have a tine dinuer here, but none  for me."  "I -1 wish you wouldn't make n dog  of yourself," sighed Mrs. Bowser.  "What-what-what did you say  about u dog?"  ,  "Dugs eat raw meat and IiunlA of  fnt, don't they?"  "Be a little more careful or there'll  be a row here! Dr. Cook Is no dog.  Here are two.of the healthiest things  a man can eat. saying nothing of the  warmth they create."  "But we can go to the Mien tor this  evening, can't we?"  "Of course uot. 1 should he no warm  ' there that I'd hiive to take my coat  nnd. vest off nnd then catch a terrible  Icold when we.cuine out. Taste of thla  fallow. It's Just- like rock cundy. Try  Kinip of this pemmicnu. You'll think  you're eating iniiiceiiieiit. 'Thai's what  It really Is." -  Mrs. Bowser rose from the table and  went up to Mie family room, and Uf-  leeii minutes Inter he followed her to  ���������ay:  "It's positively wonderful how I ve  warmed up already. I think I'll snun-  ler liroiiiid and see what effect the cold  bus." .  "You'll, surely  get   a  cold  In   your  lieiid"    I '    .      ti  "|>l<l   Dr. Cook?    If flo, he docan t  mention It."  'i'i        Mr. Bowoer Tries It.  , tiv : l^rajjec  vnun but   ivliliniii rtvor-  "���������oat or hat, moaning to give the November night n fair show nt hlni. Lie  wasn't out three minutes before chills  ticgaii creeping up his hack and his  teeth to chatter, and when he returned  to the house his ears looked like boiled  lobsters. The experiment was a failure, and lie was Inclined to nop over  dud become a l'ear> man. but he was  nut going lo admit anything to Mrs.  Bowser. On ibe contrary, be rubbed  uN hands together and said:  "Wonderful, ihosi wonderful! I stand  ready to chip in JIU toward a monument lo Cin'k. I believe I could walk  around the block In my nightshirt and  think It was July "  Mrs. Bowser had said her say and  was silent. Mr. Bowser went down to  lhe dining i-ooiii and ate another bit of  the peinmican and then returned to sit  down and read the evening paper. It  was fifteen minutes before he turned  lo Mrs.   Bowser and asked:  "Do  you   know   how   iiumy   tons  of  ���������onI   we   burned   in   the   furnace   last  winter?"  '"I en. I believe," she replied.  "Kleven and a half, and the greatest  ������������������hare of that  was burned to keep you  ���������Aiirin In the daytime svhen I  was not  here.    If we Imd boll) eaten pemmican  ���������ind  tallow  last   fall  we  should  have  eitsll.i saved half the coal."  "Yes. perhaps."  "And If you'd only go In with me  now we could bent the coal man this  winter If you only knew what a  warm glow"���������  lie paused right there.    II seemed to  Iiirn that some one had struck him a  sudden blow In the solar plexus.  "Well, about the warm glow?'  rled Mrs. Bowser.  The Result.  "I wns about to say"-  She   looked   up.   and   he. had  hands clasped on his stomach.  "Did Dr Cook strike that attitude  on reaching the pole?"  Mr  Bowser begun to twist his mouth  and roll his eyes.  "Yes; I  have no doubt  we can* "save  half I hi al."  .Mr Bowser turned to the lounge,  but was all humped over, and the  ������������������ wertt started out on his forehPad.  lie also had to groan in spite of himself.  "You wauled warm glows, and 1  guess you've got "em!" continued Mrs  Bowser as she assisted hlni to lie  down.  "Say.���������say���������what's the matter with  me?" he gasped as several twinges got  in their work in unison.  "Oh. nothing much. You have simply been eating peminicun and lallow  nnd discovering the north pole, flow  does it  feel  lo be Dr. Cook'/"  "Say. I've got a bilious colic and am  going to die!" he groaned.  Mrs Bowser got hot flannels anil  gave him brandy, but the pnin stll  continued, and the family doctor wa*  finally telephoned for.  lie was kind enough to go to the  drug store and gel his own prescrip  lion filled, and after an hour he had  the patient perspiring and feeling  sleepy. The last thing Mr. Bowser  heard as he dozed off was the doctor  saying:  "Peinmicnn and tallow, eh? Wanted  to warm up. did he? Thought he was  Dr. Cook. Well. If 1 -had a Jackass as  faddy as your husband I'd break Its  neck Inside of a week!"  Mr. Bowser heard the voice ns If  afar off. and he w.-ndered If the doctor meant Brown or ("recti, und then  lie fell asleep to dream that he was a  polar bear eating Dr. Cook up.  GIVEN UP BY HIS PHYSICIAN  J-'FRUIT-A-TIVES", THE FAMOUS  FRUIT MEDICINE, SAVED HIS LIFC  SLIPS OF SCHOOLDAYS.  JAMES DINGWALL, Esq.  ) Williamstown, Out., July 27th, 1908.  "I suffered all my life from Chronic  Constipation and no doctor, or remedy,  I ever tried helped me. "Fruit-a-tives"  promptly cured me. Also, last spring  I had a bad attack of Bb&DDER and  KIDNEY TROUBLE and the doctor  gave me up but "Fruit-a-tives" saved  my life. I am now over eighty years  of age and I strongly recommend  "Fruit-a-tives" for Constipation and  Kidney Trouble". '  (Signed) JAMES DINGWALL.  50c a box, 6 for $2.50���������or trial box, 25c  ���������at dealers or from Fruit-a-tives  Limited, Ottawa.  que-  both  Uo Was Not Responsible  There had been a railway collision  near a Scottish country town, and an  astute local attorney had hurried to  lhe scene of disaster. Noticing an old  man with a badly damaged head lv-  ing on the ground, he approached him  with a notebook in hand. "Plow about  iamages, my man?" ho began. The  injured man waved him off with tlie.  remark: "JMa, 1111; yo'll get tiae damages frae me. [t wasna'me that hit  yer blooriiin' auld train."   .  Little Mary sat seriously thinking  out some hard problems, when she remarked, "Grandma, I don't 'know yet  which I'll be���������a nurse of a storekeeper, or get married and be nothing."  He���������Yes, he lives on the fat of the  land.  She���������What is he?  He���������An anti-fat medicine manufacturer.���������Comic Cuts.  He���������If you refuse me I shall go out  and hang myself to the lamp-post in  front of your house.  She���������Now, George, you know father  said he would not have you hanging  around here.  Kind Lady���������I hope your sick husband is cheerful, Mrs. Biggs.  Poor Woman���������Oh yes, ma'am. He's  one o' them hoiiicopiiinists.  Profession and Practice.  The Stenographer-A stepping stone  lo a wedding svith wealth.  The Doctor-The fostering of humaa  ailments for pecuniary gain.  The Lawyer-The misinterpretation  ���������if laws for those able to pay the  freight.  The Artist One who would have you  believe he does not work for money.  The Hired <!irl-I5eliui mistress of  the whole establishment.-Judge.  The First Step In Diplomacy.  "Now, young man. since you are going into the iliph. nitic service, let me  advise you: If you know nothing, don't  sell, and If you know something keep  your mouth shut or you will make a  blunder." -Kimplicissimus.  Nell���������He's a college boy.  Bjlle���������I  thought so.  Nell���������From  his conversation.  Belle���������I   w.-.s too  busy, listening to  his clothes to hear what he had to say.  "Can you keep anything on your  stomach?" the ship's doctor r.skikl.  "No, sir," he rJt. rued feebly, "nothing but my hand."���������Ladies' Home  Journal. -���������. "*  Just One Short  She asked him if he was the photographer.   He said he was.  She asked him if lie took children's  pictures.   He said he did.  She asked him how much he charged.   He said, "Four dollars a do^en."  "Then I'll have to go somewhere  else," she replied; "I only have  eleven."���������Success.  Magistrate���������"You say you were  driven to steal from want. But why  did vou take all the pigs out of the  sty?"  Prisoner���������"Well, you see, sir.-aftcr I  had taken one lie missed his companion; so I took another to keep him  company, and the one that was left  seemed all forlorn by himself, so I  took pity on him and brought him  also!"  A young Irishman iived at some distance from his bridc-el.ict. On the  eventful day he set off for the station  in good time, but being delaved by  friends he missed the train."* Then he  bethought himself of the telegraph.  "Don't marry till T come���������William!"  was the message he wired.  In a Trolley.  Polite Youth tits elderly lady enteral  -Please take my seat, madam.  Elderly Lady-Kir. I will do nothing  of the sort. I am a suffragette.���������Harvard Lampoon.  They Aro.  "What are 'mournful numbers.' pa?"  "Automobile    mortality    figures." ���������  Judge.  ,To Maimie Knott.  0 Maimie, nol for all tlie I und  Nor all the treasures of the sea  Would I resign my. hope to De  The lucky  winner of your hand!  1 plno for you to beat the band.  O Maimie Knott!  ' With shafts of scorn from those dear  eyes  Wound   hot this  heart  that suppliant  lies.  With Cupid's darts that tantalize.  O Malm me not!  ���������Kansas City Times.  Solomon was in despair.  "My wives gave me soven hundred  samples to match on my way downtown this morning," he cried.  Herewith he became color bli.-.d.���������  New York Sun.  .tfore Howlors From Lads on Examination  Day.  The schoolboy "howler" is always  popular. Thc following selection from  a large number which were sent in for  a prize competition arranged by the  "University Correspondent" are excellent examples of thc mistakes which  pupils perpetrate:  Women's suffrage is the state of suffering to which they  were  born.       |  The earth is an obsolete spheroid.  Lord Raleigh was the lirst man to  see the Invisible Anni.da. - -   1  Shakespeare founded "As You Like  It" on a book previously written by  Sir Oliver Lodge. , '  Tennyson writes "In Memorandum.  King Edward IV. had no claim by  geological right to the English throne.  George Eliot left a wife and children  to mourn his genii.  Tlie capital of Kussia is St. Petersburg on the Duma.  The Test Act oi 1073 was passed to  keep Roman Catholic.- out of pubho  houses.  Henry I. died of eating palfreys.  Louis XVI. was gulalined during the  French Revolution.  The Rhine is boarded by wooden  mountains. ,  Gender shows whether, a/ man is  masculine, feminine, or neuter.  James I.  died  from argue.  An angle is a triangle with only two  sides.  Algebraical symbols are used when  you don't know what you are talking  about.  Geometry teaches us how- to bisex  angels.  Parallel lines are thc same distance  all thc way, and do not meet unless"  you bond them.  Thc- whale is an amphibious animal  because it lives on laud and dies on  thc water.  A parallelogram is a figure made ol  four parallel straight lines.  Horse power is the distance one  horse can carry a pound of water in  an hour.  Tlie magnesium salt in the sna creates the effervescence wheu tho tide  conies in.   -  If the air contains more than 100  per cent, of carbolic acid it ia very injurious to health.  Gravitation is that which if there  were none we should all ily away.  The Press to-day is the mouth organ of the people.  The isles 01 Greece were always  quarreling as to which was the birthplace of Homer; Chaos has the most  right to claim him.  Thc vacuum is a large empty space  where the Pope lives.  An  Eccentric  Hero.  After fighting through the Crimean  war and Indian Mutiny, in which he  had some' exciting experiences, and  completing his full term'in the. army,  Dick Teiinant, whoso death lately occurred at the age of seventy-six, entered the postal service at Yarmouth,  where he also served the full term.  He thus became entitled to two pensions, but in order to have a comfortable home, he elected .to go into the  Yarmouth Workhouse in 189*2, where  he lias remained ' ever since. The  guardians received his pensions, and,  'after deducting the cost of maintenance, handed the old soldier the balance of about 3s. peer week, which he  generously shared with his fellow inmates.  Baby Smiles���������  When He Takes  IVlt VL%\ WWCNLt m (������)MS*>tgU>S  So pleasant that lie lifces it���������and contains no opioid.    There is nolhing  like it tor  Bronchitis,  Aslhma and all troublei of lhe throat and luig*.  . Standard Remedy for half a century.  All Drugs*������t������i_2!LC?J!*^  Not Far Wrong  Miss Outoftown (nt tne city tea, to  one of thc set)���������Really, I am so frustrated !, Do you know when I try to  think of your name I am all at sea.  Clover Woman���������You are not far  wrong.   My name it Atwator."  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper  She���������"They do not live happily together?"  He���������"No. It's the eternal struggle  between religion and society. He is  as straight-backed as she is straight-  front." -' ���������        '  Visited by the Destroyer  "Things look rather run down  around hero," remarked .the man who  had returned after niuny years to his  native village.  "Run clown? I should sa syo," replied tho friend of his youth. "There's  an automobile comes through hero  livery  throe minutes.*"  Minard's   Liniment  Cures'  Colas,   &.c.  El'a���������"They had a very smart turnout."  Bella��������� "Indeed?"  J'lllu���������"Yes, they were ejected from  one of tho host hotels in the town."  ******** ** ********  Captures Giant Owl.  Joseph Simpson of the Canada Cycle & Motor Co.. West Toronto, recently captured an owl measuring four  feet three inches from tip to tip. -The  bird got .into the shop during the  night  and' perched  in  the shafting.  AiEments of ft/Zen  HappiEy Overcome  SUCCESSFULLY   TRIED   BY  MANY.  Undoubtedly the following proscription will work wonders for  that great class of men who,  through dissipation of their natural strength, find themselves in  their -."second childhood" long  before tho three score and ten  allotted to life's pleasur. s and  enjoyments are reached.  It is presumed to be infallible,  and highly efficient in quickly  restoring in "nervous exhaustion," weak vitality, melancholia  and the functions.  First get fifty cents' worth of  compound fluid balmwort in a  one-ounce package, and three  ounces syrup sarsapurilla compound; take home, mix-and.let  stand two hours; then get one  ounce compound essence cardiol  nnd one ounce tincture cadomone  compound (not cardamom). Mix  all in a six or eight ounce bottle,  shake well, and take one teaspoonful after each meal and  one when retiring followed by a  drink of water.  By mixing it* nt home no man  need bo the wiser as to another's  shortcomings, and expensive fees  are avoided.  Lack of poise and equilibrium  in men is a constant source of  embarrassment even when the  public least expects it. For the  bonelit of those who want a restoration to full, bounding  health, and all the happiness accompanying it, the above home  treatment is given. It contains  no opiates or habit-forming  drug3 whatever. Mix it at home  and no one will be the wiser as  to your affliction.  Many' mothers have reason to bless  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  because it has relieved the.little ones  of suffering and made them healthy.  A Little Cold.  He caught a little cold���������  That was all.  So,tho neighbors sadly said,  As thoy gathered round his bed,  When they heard that lie was dead.  He caught a little cold���������  That was all.      -   ���������(Puck)'.  Cynical  "I am just crazy for an auto. I  wonder how I .can get over it?"  "The same way' u fellow gets over  being crazy for a'wife; get one."���������  Houston Post.  A- bottle of Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup,"-taken according to directions, will subdue a cough in ,a short  time. This assertion can be verified  by. hundreds who have tried "it and are  pleased to bear testimony to its, merits,  so that all may know what a splendid  medicine it is. It costs you only 25  cents to join the ranks of the many  who have boon benefitted bj its use.  "But," said the skeptical husband,  "I don't see how thnt new store can  afford to' sell you everything at loss  than cost."  "Oh, that's easily explained," rejoined the knowing wife. "Thoy sell  such enormous quantities of everything."  Neglect of a cough or. a',cold-often  leads to serious trouble.   To break up,  a cold in twenty-four hours and cure'  any cough'.that is curable,-mix" two  ounces of Glycerine,, a half ounce of  Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure arid  eight ounces of pure Whiskey. ..Take !a '  teaspoonful every four hours. You, can  buy these at any good drug storeand  easily mix them in a large bottle'."   ">.  Tourist���������Do you know whether I'm  right for Stratford-on-Avon? '.''  Rustic silent. /���������  Tourist (encouragingly)���������Stratford���������,  Shakespeare's' country. You . know-  Shakespeare? r       '-,;  Rustic (brightening)���������Yus; be you  he?���������Tit-Bits.  Maud���������Belle doesn't wear.. French-  heels any more. - Her husband won't"  let her. >.  Ethel���������I said she would lower -herself by murrying., - '    "';  anloklr stops oough*. oaras oolds  tbe  throat and  lunss. ���������  heala  ooste.  A young cadet was complaining of  the tight fit of his uniform.  "Why, father,". he declared, "the  collar presses my Adam's apple so  hard that I can taste .cider!"���������������������������Harper's Weekly.  Garden Freshness of "S&MM"  Fresh and fragrant from the gardens of the finest tea-  producing country in the world. Ask your grocer for.  a package to-day ���������4i- you'll like it    Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c, 60c, 60c and 70c per lb. ������������������>���������  ******** ** *>******  ******** *v ********  The Bull Pup���������"How did you lose  your tail, old man?"  The Yellow Cur���������"In a trolly accident."  The Bull Pup���������"Do you miss it  much?"  The Yellow Cur���������"Not ns much as  tho hoys do who used to tie tin cans  to it."  - "What's   the   matter  with   .Willie,  dear?"  "It won't sn���������it���������it won't sn���������sn���������it  just  won't sn���������sn���������sn Ah!    Kit!  Chew! Kitchew! Kitchew! Ain't no-  thin' the matter, maw. If you'd let  me akne I'd a got it out lots quicker."  HAPPY DAYS  FOR  BABY  The healthy child is always a  happy child. All its little  troubles vanish when its food  wigests properly and it is free  from childish ailments. -. Most  of these" ailments come from  stomach or bowel troubles,  colds, feverishness, teething and  worms. Baby's (jfwn Tablets  promptly cure all these troubles and keep little ones well.  Mrs. Wt G. Martin, Ravensclifi'e,  Que.,-says: "I have used Baby's #  Own Tablets in my home for  tho past four years, and since  using them my little ones have  enjoyed the best of health. I  can recommend them to every  mother us a sure cure for the  little troubles of childhood."  Sold by medicine dealers or by  mnil at 25 cents a box from  Tlie Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  The Queen and The Cowboy-  Queen Margharita has a weakness  for the books of English and American  novelists. She also reads English and  American magazines, and it is her  opinion that the American school of  short-story writers at present is the  best in the world. The queen gives  over several hours every day to fiction. She reads extensively in Italian  of course, but her special fondness is  for books in English. She talks and  writes English fluently, and in all literature likes nothing so much as tales  of western American life, whether of  the mining camp or the ranch. She  has read almost everything that has  been written about the cowboy.  ******** ** ********  Ki.te���������Do you think it's true that  people catch anything through kissing?  Madge���������Oh, I don't think so. See  how often you've been kissed and you  have never caught anybody yet.  In the  Barnyard.  Mr.-Plymoutb-Is Mr, Cochin so very  poor?       "  Mr," Bnthmn���������Ves. he has to scratch  all the time to gel,a living.-Baltimore  American  Means Money  "Why," exclaimed the kind old lady  to the beggar, "are they the best shoes  you've got?" "Why, lady," replied  the candid beggar, "could yer imagine  better ones fur dis business? Every  one o' dem holes means pennies to  me."  Her Career  "As I understand it they have lost  their money, but all of the daughters  are able to earn their own living save  one who is most idle and incompetent.  What will become of hor?"  "She'll have to get married."���������The  Housekeeper.  Well   Posted. ;  "Excuse me, ma'am," said the booki  canvasser to tlie lady who hud opened,  the door in answer to his ring, "but  if you have a few momenta to spare  I'd like to'show you the great work  on the 'Habits of Savage Animals'."  "No use wasting your time, young  man," replied the lady. "I've been  married three times and know all  about their habits.",  Friend���������"What on earth are you  doing to that painting of yours?"  Dauber���������"Can't you see? I'm rubbing a piece of raw meat over tlie rabbit in the foreground. Mrs. Alsho'ddie  will be here to-day; and when she sees  her pet dog smell of that rabbit, she'll  buy it."���������Judge.  This story of a duel with pistols has  its witty side. Prince Pierre Bonaparte and a French gentlonniri, Monsieur de la Valette, fought, the latter  firing first and missing. Then the  princo fired and hit De La Valetto, but  did not wound him, .the bullet being  flattened against a five-franc piece cor-  tained in his waistcoat pocket. "Sir,"  said Prince Bonaparte to his adver-  nury, holding out his hand, "lot us  mnko friends and allow me to congratulate you on the foresight with  which you invested your money!"-  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  uy local applications, as they cannot reach tho ou  eased portion of the cur. Thero Is only ono way to  cure dcalness. and that Is by constitutional remcdlc*  DcafncM la caused by an Inflamed condition of lbs  mucous lining ot the Eustachian Tube When this  tubo Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely,closed. Deal-  nets Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be  takoa out and this tubo restored to its normal cond].  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Me���������didn't know she was ever married.  She���������She wasn't; I said she was  talking of it again.  Hyker���������Bronson tells me.he is taking mud baths now.  Pyker���������Why, I thought ho was out  of politics. " <  wmm  Wanted���������A young gentleman on the  .point of marrying a lovely girl is most  desirious of meeting with a man of  experience who will take the responsibility of dissuading him from this  dangerous  step.���������Harper's Weekly.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Some time ago I had u bad attack of  Quinsy which laid me up for two  weeks and cost a lot of money.  Finding the lump again forming in  my throat, I bathed freely with MINARD'S LINIMENT, and saturating a  cloth with the liniment left it on all  night.  Next morning the swelling was gone  and I attributed the warding off of an  attack of quinsey to the free use of  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  G. F. WORDEN.  St. John.  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A.        1,053  Bottles  Sold  ....     4,364  .i  ft  ....     0,256  <i  ���������1  ....  19,150  i������  ���������������  .... 40,284  ii  4i   72,380  ii   100,532   124,500  ....172,486  ii  ���������1   221,760  ii   287,620  ....378,962  ii  "You see, I'm familiar with your  music," remarked the amateur pianist,  after his performance at the concert.  "It seems so,'.' replied the popular  composer. "At any rate you took a  great many liberties with it."  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That is LAXATIVE  BROMO QUIN-  INE.    Look  for the  signature of  E.  W. GROVE.   Used the world over to  Cure a Cold in One Day.  at  W. N. U., No. 781,  Like AH Mankind  He���������Davling, all I possess I lay  your feet! ���������������������������'.'  She���������You are just like all the men  ���������you insist on. putting things where  a woman will have to pick them up  after you. But���������I'll say yes, John.���������  Judge.  Guess Again  A Scotsman took an American into a  bar and asked him what he would  take. "I guess I'll take champagne,"  the Yankee answered.., "Then ye can  guess again, and guess something  nearer tuppence this time."  "None Guaranteed  Without  Label",  Cannibal King���������There's going to be  trouble for' some one around hero  soon.  Chef���������What is wrong, your majesty?  King���������I won't stand for any more of  thc missionaries they are sending out  here without the pure food label.  ^~  FOR SUCCESS ON BAKING DAY  USE  IT  ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION  THS OGILVIE FLOUR MILLS COMPANY, LIMITED  WINNIPEG FORT WILLIAM MONTREAL  M  V. THE   LEDGE.   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  IfflllllMl  THIS IS IT I  The  soap  that saves.  you  work, and saves '  you money without Injury  'to hands or ,  , article. -^   ,  Sunlight' Soap'  turns wash-  tub  .drudgery  into   pleasure.  Qcta bar of Sunlight  to-day and try.  Looking for The Wishbone"    -  Boarding   Mistress���������Is   there    anything wrong with that egg, Mr. Four-  ' per?   I see you according it a very  critical examination.  ��������� Mr.   'Fourper���������Oh, ' not  . anything  wrong "with thc egg,  Mrs. Skinipem.  I was just looking for the wishbone,  that's all.���������Tit-Bits.  Builder's Man���������"Hi, guv'nor, that  new row of 'ouses in Maple Grove  are fallen down like a pack o' cards."  Builder���������"Idiot,! Dithi't I tell you  not to .take the scaffolding down till  you'd put thc wall  paper*up!"  ���������'When are you going to pay me for.  those wigs you had from me'two year.-  ago?" asked an anxious stage costumier. "Laddie," replied the man 6'.  tragedy,. "I'm ��������� an actor, -not .u  prophet." ' .. '-���������'."  DAMES  AND   DAUGHTERS.  Hetty Howland Robinson Green, who  has conserved the large fortune left  her by her first husband, who died In  18(ITi, Is seventy-four years'old. She Is  ber owu hunnclal manager.  ; Tlie champiou long .distance swimmer of France ls'Mlle. Alice Sadoux.'  This sport Is In ^very great favor In  France, and the Seine In the summer  Is dotted for miles with fair women  who practice there tbe-races that they  love.' ' '  Mrs. C. P. Taft Is one of .the Inveterate art collectors.'only J. P. Morgan  having finer art -treasures than she.  Mrs. Jack Unrdlner of Boston has long  .been Interested in obtaining works of  art, but she is not as pager since she  had trouble with the customs officials.  Ex-Queen l.iliuokahmi of the Hawaiian Islands has executed a deed of-  "irust whereby a groin part,of .ber,estate, which Is valued nt'$200,000. will  jro to the endowment of orphan asylums of the Hawaiian and. part Hawaiian children when she dies. Liliuo-  kaliuil Is seventy-one "years old and is  said to be in good health.  Baroness rjchlda'. wire of tlie ambassador from .Japan, Is a graduate of  Vassar. having, taken honors there-  and also'studied in' Berlin and Paris.  She Is a member of a society in Tokyo for. the education of Japanese  women along modern lines of education. She .speaks Hngllsh perfectly  and Is always fashionably gowned.  A Suggestion  '���������"Why  do  doctors .wear -Van  Dyke  .beards?''-'" '.''"-���������  "So they,-won't-; be mistaken foi  bankers with * side-whiskers."���������Boston  Herald.      '! '    ' ';   ���������     ''   -  Wife���������"Dearest, if you and I -were  throwa-on a desert island, what would  "you do?"  Husband���������"Thank heaven, I car,  swim.". ���������  '  Sociologist���������Do' -you .have much  trouble keeping up the revenue.���������Milwaukee. Journal.  Dear to me is the friend, yet can I  "make even my   very    foe   do me a  friend's  part... My  friend   shows  mo  what I-can do; my foe teaches me  "what I should do.���������Schiller.  "Yes," Cassidy met with a violent  death. He took a dose of morphine,  went to sleep, and never woke un."  "Do you call that violent?" ��������� "Yes,  they pounded the life out of the poor  fellow trying to make him wake." ,  Ethel���������Have you heard of Jack'#s engagement to Eleanor?  Harold���������Dear me! No. Then Jack  has finally succeeded?,'     *.  Ethel���������No; succumbed. r  Close  Race ���������-  . "Funnyf   The' multimillionaire"al-  wriys signs his letters 'In haste.' "  "You bet he is in haste. There" ia a  subpoena server right on his trail."  The talent of ridicule is the qualification of little," ungenerous tempers.  Teacher���������Jimmy, you look very pale  this morning.   Are you ill?  Jimmy���������No, ma'am. - Ma washed my  face this morning herself.���������Woman's  Home Companion.  A Little Learning.  ncre nre a,few history answers collected In  the \'ew  York state education department In tlie past year:  ..Modern conveniences���������Incubators and  fireless telegraphy.  The president takes,the yoke of office.  The  salaries  of   teachers  are   paid  from the dog tax.   -   -  - ,Benjamin   Kruiiklln   produced   electricity by rubbing-cats backward.  Lincoln had ii' woman make him a  suit of homespun, jfroiii rails which he  had- split. -They "--were hickory rails:  hence hickory shirts.  The cause of the Revolution was  that the,colonists .wanted room to pasture their cattle. ��������� ...  The spoils system���������the place where  spoiled things aud waste ace kept. The  board of "health has largely taken the  place of this.���������Woman's Home Companion.  Household Hints.  According tp Taste  The teacher was giving her class  their first lesson in fractions. An object lesson seemed lo bo 'desirable.  "Mary McCauley," she said, "if  there was a mince pic on your dinner tabic,' and your mother asked you  if-you would have a third or a fourth,  what would you ".say?"  "A fourth,"said Mary.   "      ,  -���������  Some of, the children tittered, and  the teacher asked, "Why would you  havo^a fourth ?"   \,  " 'Cause," said Mary, "I don't like  mince pic."���������Lippincott's.  'Sir, I am looking for a little suc  cor."  .   "Do I look like one?"  .   CURED  HER  KIDNEYS. .  Mrs. John Pattigrew, of Central  Economy,' N.S., was practically helpless from .Rheumatism.  She could not stoop, and her-limbs  ached so that it was torture for her  to' be up and around the house.  As Mrs. Pettigrew put it, "I was all  crippled up. I saw Gin Pills, advertised and sent for them, and after taking only two boxes, am a different  woman. Gin Pills arc the'only things  that helped me, and I cannot say too  much for, them."  If you have that dreadful pain in  the back���������if you are tortured with  Rheumatism���������get Gin Pills at once.  Write National Drug and Chemical  Co., (Dopt. N.U.), Toronto, for free  sample. Kegular size at dealers���������50  cents a box���������C for $2.50.  Another Modern Miracle  Paralysis Permanently Cured  The Sufferer Paralysed From Waist to Feet���������Encased in  Piaster of Paris for Nine Months--Dr. Williams' PinK  Pills Cure After Four Doctors Had Failed���������The Cure  , Vouched for by a Well Known Clergyman.  Paralysis, no matter how slight, is a' they made a remarkable change in  terrible affliction, but to be paralyzed  from waist to the feet, to be a helpless  cripph,-totally dependent upon what  others do for you, is a condition as  wretched as man could possibly bear.  Such was the state,oi Mr. Allan J. Mc  Donald, of'Rice Point..P.E.I, For over  a year he was a helpless imalid. He  was paralysed from his w-iist to his  feet and for nine months' ]ay' in b������d  encased in a, plaster of paris cast.  Four of the. best doctors in Prince  -Edwiud Island were unable to help  lini and lie seemed .doomed for a life  me. I was able to got out of bed and  crawl along the floor on my hands  and knees. Gradually my limbs became stronger. ' Scon 1 could walk  with the aid of a eane and inside of  nine months after I had begun the  use of the Pills I was totally cured,  and once more able to do light work.,  Now I am as strong as ever I was  and can do my work about the farm  without the l������ast trouble.'- I think Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills are without an  equal, for, besides my own case, I  know of two ot'i.cr cases of paralysis  of misery" and^ despair.       But hope  cured hy them.   Two young girls who  came to him  when he read of what had been cripples and whom I advis-  "Have you ever noticed," began the  bald gentleman, who liked to entertain  the people gathered in his corner of  the hotel piazza, "that little men invariably marry large women 1"  "It may be so," murmured a mild-  eyed fellow-guest, "but 1 had always"  supposed , that it was the other way  about��������� that the large 'women married  the small men."  / *     .   "Maud was afraid-"the girls wouldn't  notice 4ier  engagement ring."  'Did  they?"  "Did they!   Six of them recognized  it at once."  Boil vinegar Iu the fish skillet or pan  to destroy the fish odor.  Radiators will not be so conspicuous  If enameled in a color to match the  wall paper.  Comfortables and   quilts should  be  dried iu a good stiff breeze, so that  *they   uiay.be as  light  and   fluffy  as  when new.  i    If your milk pan or any utensil holding cold liquids has a small hole in It  melted paraffin  Is a good  remedy  if  the soldering stick is not handy.  ,-A kettle holder to which Is attached  about a yard of tape. Is very useful  - wheu one" Is -working in the kitchen.  ' Tie the tape' to your waist belt, nnd  then  the kettle holder will  be ready  to hand whenever you  want to take  anything hot from the stove. .  Redd���������What kind of a machine have  you got now? >  Greene���������A  runabout;  it  will  about a block and then stop.  run  I love the birds.   I love them most  J Of all  Earth's creatures,  far    and  wide.  I love them on a piece of toast, -  A large, cold bottle on the side.  help!  ' Voice from the   well���������"Help!  I'm drowning!"  Bertie���������"By jove I how beastly interesting."���������The Tattler.  "How is your rich uncle, Tommy?"  "Very ill.   I'm afraid he won't last  long." . ' . ���������   .  "Then  you can lend me  the ^ ten  dollars I asked you for last week."  Mark" Twain before his r.eturn to  Bermuda said: "My active work in  this life and for this world is done. 1  shall write no more books, attempt no  more lectures or new work. I have  half a dozen unfinished books that 1  have hardly touched in three years.  Among them is my autobiography of  which 100,000 words have been written.  There are still 500,000 to write."  Science Sittings.  There are twenty-eight pounds of  blood In the.body of an average grownup person, and at each pulsation the  heart moves ten pounds.  The sun Is a. hundred times larger  than the earth, an easy thing to say,  and yet our sun Is believed to be a  rather small one. For Instance, Shins  Is at least nine times as biff.  Certain French astronomers have recently come to the conclusion that the  solidification of the moon extends from  the surface to the center and not, ns  English scientists think, from .the  center to the periphery.^    .  Stocking Dye Caused Poison  A case at Kingston shows vividly  the danger of neglecting to apply  Zam-Buk to a cut or sore. Mrs. A.  Harrison, living in Place d'Armes,  while attending, to her - household  duties, struck her ankle against a  charp projection "on the furniture. She  took no notice of tlie injury, deeming  it trivial. In a day or tworthe ankle  began'to swell and cause'excessive  pain. A doctor, called in, found that  dye 'from her stocking had entered  the' wound and set up blood poison.  Treatment with Zam-Buk followed,  but it was several days before the  limb was out of danger. "Had it not  been for the powerful antiseptic properties of Zam-Buk and its exceptional  healing virtues', thc wound might have  had a vury serious result," says Mrs.  Harrison. "But I believe if I'had applied Zam-Buk at the time of the injury, it would have prevented the  blood-poisoning altogether."  He drew his money from the bank,  Because  he  feared  a  crash.  The bank is where it always was;  Alas!-where is his cash?  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills had done  for other sufferers from paralysis. He  procured a supply of *hc Pills and .began taking . them.' Gradually they  broke the chains of disease that bound  him, and filled the whole body with  new .blood, life and vigor Mr. McDonald says:���������"I am a farmer'and in  consequence have a great deal of hard  work to do. ��������� One day while about my  work 1 injured my. back, but at the  time'I paid little attention to the injury and continued my work. As time  went on, though, Lue. p-ain' became  more severe -ancl 1 soon found myself  unable to lift anything no matter now  .light. It was not long beiore 1 had  to stop work altogether and consult  a doctor. He' treated me but his  treatment did not help me and I.rapidly grew worse.- 1 had to take to  my bed, and in the hope that my spine  might receive strength I was encased  in a' plaster of paris cast. This did  not help me and I could feel the  paralysis slowly creeping over me  till 1 was totally paralysed from my  waist to my feet. I lost all control  over my bowels and bladder and my  legs had no more feeling than if they  .were made of wood. Three other doctors strived to cure me, but their  treatment also was a failure, and for  eleven months I lay in bed unable to  move.' Dr.-Williams' Pink Pills wore  then advised and I-was* shown testimonials of others who had been cured  of" paralysis through them. I bought  a supply and in less than three months  ed to try the Pills*  In corroboration of what Mr. 'Mc  Donald says, the Rev. D. MacLean, of  Charlottetown, P.E.I., writes:���������"I visited Mr. McDonald may times during his illness. He was attended by  three or more doctors and put in plaster of paris, and everything imaginable  which -might be of benefit was done  for him without success. He had lost  all power of his body from his waist  down and I think he was nearly a  year under treutment before he began  to use Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. 1  was with him the first day he moved  his big toe and from that time on he  gradually improved and .for the last  few years ho has been perfectly well.  I can vouch for the cure Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills effected in his case."  If you aie sick and thc treatment  you are now- taking does not help  you, give Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a  fair trial. They have cured thousands  after doctors and other medical treatment had hopelessly failed.' These  Pills actually make new, rich, red  blood, feed the starved nerves and  bring health and strength to every  part of the body. This is why Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills cure such apparently hopeless cases as Mr. McDonald's, and it is why they have  cured thousands and thousands of  sick, discouraged people in every part  of the world. Sold by all medicine  dealers or by mail at 50 cents a box or  six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Erockville, Ont.  What It Shows When Placed Under ���������  Powerful Microscope.  Few people know what a wonderful  object u bit of chalk Is when exam!'*',:  under a microscope. Take your bune  blade and scrape off -a little of the  loose powder, catch It-on a clean glass  slide and place, this ou the stage of a  good (utile microscope. Use a ipiarter.  Inch objective lens and llltiminate' the  field with a cone cf light from the  cancave side of the reflector! The powder will he seen to eousist of a confused mass of beautiful tiny shells,  . many ot ��������� them of the most curious  for ni.  A* better way. however, Is to rub  down a portion of chalk with an old  toothbrush in a tumbler half filled  with water- It you desire to prepare  several slides rub on about a teaspoonful ot the powder. Shake the'tumbler  briskly, allow the sediment to settle  for a moment and then carefully pour  off the milky looking water.  Repent this until the water, remains  clear, mid you will then have left In  the liotioiu only perfect shells or'large  pans of shells Take up a small pinch  of this deposit and spread It carefully  over the center of u glass slide. Dry  over a lamp aud If .you wish to preserve the slide for future use mount it  in Cmi.-iila balsam, pressing out the  bubbles ot all beneath the cover glass.  MECHANICAL  INGENUITY.  SUFFERED FOR  SIX LONG YEARS  THEN     DODD'S    KIDNEY-  PILLS  OURED  MRS.  RICHARD'S  DIABETES.  School Notes.  Pupils in the Philadelphia public  schools are being taught to board and  alight.from street curs in n safe-manner.  More'than 10.000 school children of  Chicago are forced by reason of Inadequate seating accommodations to cut  their attendance to a half day session.  /The school board at Racine, Wis.,  has issued an order that all public  school pupils must appear with clean  faces or have them scrubbed In school.  Train and Track.  NURSING MOTHERS  .     .     v-f"      ���������--���������������������������'>'.  ���������   -\ ��������� .** -.  .1 ��������� ', - _;���������<  show the beneficial effects of  Scott's Emulsion  in a very short time. It  not only builds her up,  but 'enriches the mother's  milk and properly nourishes the child.  Nearly M.mothers who  nurse their children should  take this splendid food-  tonic, not only to keep  up their own strength but  to properly nourish their  children.  TOR 8A.UE BY ALL VnVOOlBTfl  8<-n��������� 10������., ������������m������ ������f tutrwr and this ad, (or oar  bimutlful ButIiibs Hank and Olilld'a bkutoh-Book.  KMok buuk ooutulua a Gowl Luck Peanf,  ; SCOTT A BOWNE  |M W������llla������'ou Su������et, Waal      Toronto, Oat  Her Rheumatism Also Vanished When  Dodd's Kidney Pills Put Her  Kidneys in Condition to do Their  Work. '  East Chezzetcook, Halifax Co., N.S.  (Special).���������Cured of Diabetes and  .Rheumatism from which she had suffered for six years, M*rs. Boniface  Richard, well known here, is joyfully  telling her neighbors that she owes  her health to Dodd's Kidney Pills and  to no other cause.  "My Rheumatism and Diabetes wero  brought on by a cold and a strain,  and though I was attended by a doctor he could not help me. After suffering for six years I made up my  mind to try Dodd's Kidney Pills ancl  to my surprise they did me good almost at once. Two boxes cured me  completely. . I recommend them to  everybody as a sure cure for Diabetes,  Backache .and .all other Kidney Diseases."  Dodd's Kidney Pills cured Mrsr  Richard's Diabetes because Diabetes  is a Kidney Disease, and Dodd's Kidney Pill's cure all Kidney Diseases.  Mrs: Richard's Rheumatism was  caused by her diseased Kidneys failing to take the uric acid out of her  blood. When her Kidneys were cured  they strained the uric acid out of her  blood and her Rheumatism vanished.  True Mercy  "Did you-remember what I told you  about being kind to dumb animals?"  asked the teacher. "Ycs'em," replied  Jimmy Jiggs. "As soon as I got home  I took the blanket and blue ribbon  off of ma's pet poodle and turned him  loose and let him chase a cat up a  tree."���������Washington Star.  An Easy Pill to Take.���������Some persons  have repugnance to pills becaus? of  their nauseating taste. Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are so prepared as to  make them agreeable to the most fastidious. The most delicate can take  them without feeling the revulsion  that follows the taking of ordinary  pills. This is one reason for the popularity of these celebrated pills, but the  main reason* is,..their high tonical  quality as a medicine for the stomach.  A very.slim girl nanied Hiss Bratten  Once went to skate at Manhattan.  She soon struck the floor,'  Said she: "Well, before  .[ skate any more I must fatten.  Minard's  Liniment! Cures  Diphtheria.  "Hear about Perkins? ' Pretty  tough." ��������� ,  "iNo; what?"  "The poor fellow dropped into the  vernacular, bumped against a hard  word and split his  inhnitive."���������Life.  Elephant Meat  That people will eat elephant meat  with a relish has been proved by a  butcher in Frankfort-on-the-Main, to  his own profit and without the knowledge of his customers-. This enterprising tradesman learned that a vicious elephant in the Ghent Zoological gardens was to be-killed and made  a bargain for the carcass. Within a  few days that elephant was transformed into 3,800 pounds of sausage meat  and every pound was disposed of at a  good' price.  Little .lack Horner 'told how he  pulled out his plum.  "I stuck in my thumb instead of  putting my foot in it," he explained.  Herewith all agreed he had the  makings of a politician in him.���������New  York Sun.  Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequalled.  (Jleanses and purifies. tf  A Full Rigged Ship That a Fly's Wing  Would Cover.  Many Instances of mechanical ingenuity really remarkable to us lu these  days, wheu we are supposed to have  advanced Iu learning, are related by  various undent authors. The sliver  sphere, "a most noble and ingenious  performance," whii-h was presented to  Sultau Solymnii the .Magnificent by bis  imperial tiiiijesi,\ I'Vrdinund, Is mentioned hy I'aiiiiis .lovlus as showing  aud keeping time with the motious of  the celestial limlies In various;<.'ontig-  urations It was curried to Constant!  uople.by twelve men and there put together by the artist that made it.  Mj-mecides, an, ancient carver,, was  so proficient iu microscopic mechanism  that he made uu ivory ship, with all  Its decks, masts., yards, .ringing and  sails. Iu so NinaII a compass, that It  might have been hidden uuder tbe  wing of n fly He also iniide a chariot  with four wheels and as many harnessed horses, which took up scarcely  more room than the ship  (Jeorge Whitehead, an Englishman,  made a ship, with all things pertaining  to It, to move ns if it sillied, upon a  table. "All Intuds were aloft, a wonianf  made good music on u lute, and a little  puppy "cried in the midship, all of  which variety." says the old writer,  "was pleasant and diverting."   ���������  ; "-;������.  '". - -.i\\  Before and After '���������"'��������� V  The \Vife���������"I had all kinds of faith:-  in my husband when i married him."  Tne Mam���������"And now?"  The  \Mie���������"Uli, 1 soon  'discovered;  that marriage wus a great faith cure."'-   ._'    v .  Minard's Liniment cures garget in cows -  Belle���������I  wish  the  Lord  had made '  mc a man.  Nellie���������Perhaps   he   has;   only  you  haven't found him yet.  Whether tho corn be of old or new-  growth,  it must yield  to  Holloway s  (Jorn Cure, the simplest and best cure  oliered to the public. -.,  ���������  Vigor  is  contagious,  and  whatever-  makes us think or feel strongly adus  to our power and enlarges our Held olfaction.���������Emerson.  A bishop on a visit  .own    was    walking  to a cathedral  one    afternoon  Author���������Why did you draw my heroine with a piece ot court plaster oh  her cheek?  Artist���������Why, in the last chapter her  face fell, diun't it?  The Bowels Must Act Healthily.���������In  most ailments the first care of the  medical 'man is to see that the bowels  are open and fully performing their  functions. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  are so 'compounded that certain ingredients in them act on.the bowels  solely and they are the very best medicine available to produce healthy  action of the bowels. Indeed, there is  no other specific so serviceable in  keeping the digestive organs in healthful action".  through the cloister when he saw  dinall boy making frantic but ineffectual efforts to reach the doorbell of one  of the church dignitaries. "Let me do  that for you, my little man," said the  bishop kindly, and, seizing the bell-  handle, he gave a sounding peal. The  little boy looked up with a grateful  smile���������and a wink. "Now," he said,  "we must jolly well cut and run."  And he suited the action to thc word.  PILES CURED IN 6 to 14 DAYS  PAZt) OINTMENT is guaranteed to  cure  any    case  -of    Itching,    Blind,  Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to  14 days or money refunded.   50c.  Mother���������Tommy, are you' teaching  the parrot to swear?  Tommy���������No. Mother; I'm just telling it what it, mustn't say.  Forty-eight hours' work Is considered  a week's duty for a railway guard lu  South Australia.  Arranged In a straight line the railways of the world would reach to the  moon and back again.  England's   railway   mileage   In   the  past   twenty  years   has grown   from j  10.5(17 to Si.or'fl. about 12Vi per cent. |  Iu the United States the Increase in  the same (line lias been 05 per cent.  A man with his .cook, had a row,  But he had to retain her somehow.  So he sent her a lay  On St. Valentine's Day���������  And they're off on  their honeymoon  now.  "Then you don't have any dog-watch  on this craft?" inquired the anxious  passenger, according to a writer in  Life.  "No.   This is a catboat."  A sleeper from the Amazon  Put nighties of his- granunazon���������  The reason, that  He was too fat  To get his own pajamazon!  "Now Hairy," said the inspector,  "which would yo'u rather,write about?  All you know about William the Conqueror or all about your last holiday?".  ".All I know about William the Conqueror," said  Harry.  "Why?"- said the inspector, surprised.  "Well, you sec," said Harry. "I  could write all I know about William  ,the ��������� Conqueror in a few minutes,  whereas it would take me a couple of  hours to write about my last holiday."  State Lines.  .Maine has a square tulle of lake to  every 14.8 square miles of laud.  It.Is a misdemeanor to tamper with  electric light wires In Colorado.  Rhode Inland received Its name from  what was HtippoHed to be n resemblance In contour to the Island of  IthodcH. In the Mediterranean.  The stales of Alabama, Arkansas,  I'nllfiii'nlM. <:eorgla, lown. Kentucky,  Wl.'hli-iiii. New York nnd Wisconsin  low pivdm-e less wheat than they did  twenty yi'itr������ n-.'o.  To love a good woman is a liberal  education. To love a lady of fashion  is a commercial education.���������Leslie's  Weekly. :   ,  "I didn't see you at school last Sabbath," Baid the good man? "Didn't  you?" replied little Johnny, "Well,  you needn't think you're so blumed  smart on that account. There was a  whole lot more peoplo didn't sec me  there oithor."    <  "As I understand it, thoy have lost  their money, but all of the daughters  are able to earn their own living save  one who is the moat idle and incompetent.   What will become of her?  "She'll have to get married."���������-The  Housekeeper. \.  mmmmmmm  WEAK LUNGS  j" RESTORED BY PSYCHINE.  " PSYCHINE ".h������8 restored thousand*  of peop'" l0 buoyant health and ������trength  whoaeconditionhad been regarded a������hope.  leu. It i������ a'tonic and fle������h-builder, con-  taining remaJIwEle properties a* a bldpd  purifier and germicide. It will ������Uengthen  afrTTKeai the weak lungs, force out the  phlegm-, and drive away the cough, no  mailer of how long standing.  "PSYCHINE    tone* up the whole,  system and drives out disease, heals the  decayed tissue and restore, lost energy.   Its  use daily will prevent and ward off that  most subtle disease consumption.  Write for a Fr������������ Sample.  For S*U br *H DrnycIsU 4 DeaUrs, 50������. & $1  OH "rfttla.  Dr.T.A.S     UM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  DON'T  BLAME  THE  CHILDREN.  Spanking does not cure children of  bed-wetting. There is a constitutional  cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Summers, Box W. 77, Windsor, Ont., will  send free to any mother her successful  home treatment, with full instructions.  Send no money but write her to-day  if your children trouble you- in this  way. Don't blame thc child, the  chances are it can't help it. This  treatment also cures adults and aged  people troubled with urine difficulties  by day or night. 4c  Question   of  Ownership .  "Sir!" exclaimed the injured party,1  "you stuck your umbrella into my.  eye." (  "Oh, no," replied the cheerful of-:  fonder, "you are mistaken."  "Mistaken?"  demanded    the    irate  man.   "You idiot!   I know when my ,  eve is hurt, I think!"  "Doubtless," replied the cheerful offender, "but you don't know my umbrella. I borrowed this one from a  friend. ��������� Good day."  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN  Jigson���������What bankrupted him?        |  Wigson���������Trying to run a thirty-horse \  power auto    on    a    ten-horse  power  salary. ... j  "Since we're living in the country, I  take long walks for my complexion,  dear." |  "Yes. That's tho worst of living in ;  the country���������the chemist's shop is al-:  ways such a long walk."���������Sydney Bul-'  letin.  A Celebrated Explorer  Sven Hedin (the explorer and author, is a Swede, 44 years old and unmarried. His home is in Stockholm,  but since 1885 his time has been spent  largely in the wildest regions of Asia.  Ho is a g3od linguist and has received titles and medals from various governments. His book "Trough Asia"  was published in nine languages and  his "Central Asia and Tibet" . in  twelve.  The Vulnerable Point.  Mrs Holt 'could 014 depended upon  nt almost any time to say the wronjj  thins with the best intentions In the  world. "Nobody minds what poor  dear I-'nnny Holt says," her friends  told each other when repeating her  remarks. "We know she means all  right.".  "Isn't It queer how differently things  affect people?" one of' Mrs., Holt's  neighbors said to her the day after  11 beach picnic. "We both got tired  to death, you aud I. You sny you've  had just a little bit of indigestion,  while I have this fearful blind head  ache."  "Why. that's perfectly natural." said  Mrs. Elolt cheerily. "Of course when  people are tired out It goes straight  to tlie weakest part of them. Mine Is  my stomach, and everybody knows  yours Is your head,' poor dear!"���������  Youth's Companion. -  UNSIGHTLY  COMPLEXIONS.  The constant use of Cuticura Soap,'  assisted' by Cuticura Ointment, iur  toilet, batn anu nursery purposes, n^t  only preserves, purities and beautifies  the skin, scalp, hair and hands,* bul  prevents inflammation, irritation and  clogging of the pores, the common  ca^se of pimples, black-heads, redness  and rougnness, yellow, oily, ."mothy  and other unwholesome conditions' ot -  the complexion and skin. All who delight in a,clear, skin, soft white hands,  a clean wholesome scalp and lhe  glossy hair, will find Cuticura Soap  and Ointment most successful in realizing every expectation.  Doctor���������Now, McTavish, ' it's like  this; you've either to stop the whiskey  or lose, your eyesight���������and you must  choose.  McTavish���������Ay, wool, doctor, I'm an  auld man noo, an' I was thinkin' I've '  seen about everything worth seein*.���������  The Tattler.  It Testifies for Itself.���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric'Oil'needs no testimonial of  its powers other than itself." Whoever  tries it for coughs or colds, for cuts or  contusions, for sprains or. burns, for.  pains in the limbs or body,-well know-:  chat the medicine proves- ''itself and  needs no guarantee.-.-This-shows why  this Oil is in general use. '   ,     T  Tho Word Silhouette.  The little black pi'-tures called "sll  houettes" derive their inline from Kti  enne de Silhouette, who was the  r'rem-h minister of finance In 1759  His extreme economy In matters of  tinunce was caricatured by all classes,  nnd any cheap mode or'fashion was  sarcastically called hy his name  About that time these profiles were  produced by casting the shadow of n  face on the paper by the light of a  c-andle and tracing about It. liecause  they were cheap they were called in  ridicule nt the minister "silhouettes,"  nnd the name has evei since been re-  biincd.- Boston Clone.  Towne���������Well, well, thc idea of "his"  marrying Miss Goldey     Why, he's a  dyspeptic.       " "   .  Browne���������What has that to do with-  it? She's-got plenty of money, and.  so ��������� ' -^ -        ���������  Towne���������That's just it.    She'll 'never ,  agree with him; she's too rich.   -  REGULARITY    of the bowels is an absolute necessity for good health. Unless the  ��������� waste matter from the food which  collects there is got rid of at least  once a day, it decays and poisons  the whole body, causing bilious--  ness, indigestion and sick~~head-  aches. Salts and other harsh  mineraK purgatives irritate the  delicate lining of the bowels. Dr.  Morse's Indian Koot Pills���������entirely vegetable���������regulate the bowels -  effectively without weakening, bick-  ening or griping.   Use  DR.  MORSE'S  INDIAN     ROOT     PILLS  When an undue amount  of nervous energy is used in  the brain there is certain to be  failure in the other functions  of the body.     m  Digestion is imperfect���������the head  aches���������you cannot sleep���������you become nervous and irritable���������you aro  easily excited and quickly tired���������  your memory fails, and you cannot  concentrate the mind.  Dr. A. W.Chase's  Nerve Food  is a creator of new, rich, red blood  and hence a builder-up of the nervous system.  Being mlldnndgontlo In notion It tflcapecinlly  ' suited im n trcnt-  mcntforchlldrcn  at  tho   critical  .period    in    lifo  when Important  tphyslologlcal  Ichahgcs aro taking place.    But  (you  must  look  'out  for   Imitations.   CO els. n  box, nil denlorn  o r    Kdmnnron,  Baten & Co., Toronto. 1%  All the Printer's Fault.  "What liecaine of that pnper you  were going to start in the interest of  uplifting lhe poor triiiiip?" asked tbe  Interviewer  "Ah. It fell through." confessed the  great reformer, with much agitation,  -mid nil on account ot the blooming  cureless11ess of the primer"  "Did lie make n grave error?"  "I should say so You know the pa  per was to he nanied the Hnr of Hope  Well, thnt idiot of a printer changed It  to the Hnr of Snap, and its soon as my  constituents heard the name thoy  stiirted running, and they are running  yet. "-ChicagoNews.  Court Lordc.  Lawyer���������My client, yotir honor, has  confessed that he committed, the burglary You will.admit this nn eloquent  proof of my client's love of truth and  of his upright conscience, and. your  honor, a man with such a delicate conscience should not be .accused of having broken Into a house to steal. Neverl  W. N. U��������� No. 78I.  Quite Satisfactory.  Stern Father- Voting inn 11, the lights  In this house are put out nt 10 o'clock!  Young Man���������That suits me.   .Don't delay on my account.���������Now fork Times.  Shoe Boils, Capped  Hock, Bursitis  j-e a?ai:d to cure, yet  ;^S$!!!|Si  will remove them and lcare no blem-'  l������h; Doe! not bllnti-r orromoTo"  the hair. C'nrea any pnff or iwolllne. Hora. eao  b. Tforked. 13.00 por botlU.dellvered.lloolr. ( D tree.  ABSORBINE, JR., (mankind, 11.00 bottle.)  ForBolli. Itrulsei,- Old Sorea,' Swelllngi, Qollre,  Varlcnae Velin, Vartcr>"IH������������. Allara Pain,  W. F. rOIIHB, P.O.F., IJ7 Timali St., Sprinjlleld. M������s.  LYJUM Lb*.. ������o������tr������������l, Cuialaa ittnU.  list turnlihed by Martin Bala I Wynne Co.. Winniitj;  The Hilional Drug a Chemical Co.. Wauliiei a|dCatgiry;  aad Headtrson Bros. Co. ltd., Vaoeiuver.  WANTED  WANTED���������Ladies to do plain and  light sewing at home, whole or spare  time; good pay; work sent any distance, charges paid. Send stamp for  full particulars. National Manufacturing Co., Montreal.  .Do you trap or buy  Furs* I am Canada's  largest dealer, I pay  hlgliestprices. Your  shipments solicited.  I pay mail and express charges; remit  promptly. Also largest dealer in Beefhides,  Sheepskins, etc. Quotations and shipping tags  sent tree. { 9  JOHN  HA.LLAM, TORONTO  Victories (hut nre enny are cheap.  ThoBi������ only ore worth hnvinx which  como lid tbe result of nurd lighting.���������  Brochop.  "You have saved my'life!" sr.id the  old man, whom the tramp had saved  from drowning; "As a reward, you  may have my daughter there." The  life-saver glanced at the daughter,  then bent again oyer the old num.  "What are you doing?" asked the perplexed father. "Going to drop you in  again.'' .  Mistress���������Jane, I saw the milkman  kiss you this morning. In future I  will take the milk in myself.   ,:���������  Jane���������'Twouldn't. bo no use, mum.  He's promisod nover io kiss anybody  but mo.  hi THE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD.    BRITISH    COLUMBIA..  i������njmaa������������r  The  Union  Hotel  Eholt, B. C.  A COMFORTABLE  HOSTELRY  John R. IWeMasteF  Proprietor.  GREENWOO  AND  Leaves Greenwood  for Spokane  m., aud for Oroville at 2:30  xt 7 a.  p. m.  J. McDon'ki.i..  J. R. Cameron.  Leading Tailor of the  Kootenays.  Kaslo, B. G.  ���������������������������  Eggs for Setting  Thoroughbred Bard Eock Eggs  for Setting, $1.50 for 13. Larger  quantities���������50 to 100���������at a less  Price.      E. J., CHAMBERS,  Anaconda, B. O.  E. W. WIDDOYVSON, ASSAYER  AND CHEMIST���������Charaes: Gold, silver, copper or lead, SI each; gold-  silver, $1.50; silver lead, SI.50; .gold-  silver, with copper or lead, ������2.50; zinc,  $���������2; silver-lead-zinc, $%: Prices for  other metals on application. Long-distance 'phone G7. P. 0 BjX, B lloS,  Nelson, 13 C.  r  nelson, 8. 0.  GEO. P.  WELLS, Proprlutor.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. First-class  bar and barber shop.  'J3us meets all trains.  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Made by  3. fr CMin $ 0o��������� nelson  &^m^ii������mus8ffi  999  PHOENIX Sg  The nearest hotel  to the jj������  ������j~  Granby mines.   One of the W  largest dining rooms in the {JW  city.    Tlie bar is   replete Qy  with nerve bracers of all *V<  kinds, and  the  most  fra- p*-.  grant cigars.   Drop up and ������ ,  see me. t3\  A. 0. JOHNSON S  jfyj ritopRiETon. ^  coni'OiiA'noN* op tub city of gkeen*-  woou.  Notice h lievoli.v eiven tlirtt tho Aiso3.smont  Roll fur the yeiir lilio Ims liucn returned, and  can be iiisp-utoil liy liny person having nn in-  tuie.it therein until the sitting of the Court of  Koviolon.  The first slttinB of the Court of Revision on  thc 3.i iii As-'n^iuuiit Uoll will he held in the  City Hull. Croentviio'l, on Thursday, tho iiiltli  rltiy of May. lull), ut 10 n m Any person (leiir-  itn; to make complaint ni;aiii.->t his or her  usipssmeiit must cive no'ico in writlnpr to the  Asiesijr, stattnar ci-o-ind of hit or her com-  philut.s ut least ten duys bpforu the said date.  Dated tn Oreenwood, 11. C, April 13th, 11)10.  G. D. TAYLOR,  City Clerk.  nelson, b. c.  wholesale  dealers in  Produce   and   Provisions  Greenwood Electoral  District.  3 ust arrived, a large stock of ���������    .'  NEGLIGEE SHIRTS  The materials are exclusive and durable. A great opportunity  for Shirt Investment from ������1.00 up. We save yon money on every  .deal. Everything you buy at this store you- buy. at^ Money-  Saving Prices.   .Trade . .> ..-'. ...      ,  '' '���������-'.';" ���������"-<��������� " *������������������;���������-.>,  t  . ,and you will sol've^ a'" great money-having problem. *'     "  Frank Fletcher  Provincial Land Surveyor,  Nelson, B. C.  HEXEWAL  OK X,IQUOB   LICENSE.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Prank Bell, hit ond  iipidyitiK to tho Suporintcndent of Provincial  Police at the expiration of one month from the  dale hereof, for tho lenewal of u rotail liquor  license for tho Veudoine hotel, fituated ut Anu-  i-ondu, 13. C.  Anaeonda. April 21,1!)10. FRANK BELL.  MINEK.VL ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Connection Fractional Mineral Claim, situate  in the Oreoiiwoiid Mining Division of Yale  District^ Wlicte located : In Skylark Camp.  TAKE js'OTIOE that I, Aitomm L.  While, Free Minor's Ceititiciite No. U 2Ci.1T,  inlenJ.slxtv days, from the date hereof to apply to l!i������ AlniinK Recorder for a Certificate of  lint rovoinenta. for the purpose of obtaining ji  Crou-nGrntit of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  fcction UT, must be cointnonccd before thehssu  unco oi .-.ueli Cettlhcaie of Improvements.  Dated.this 17th day of rebiuary, A. D 1D10.  AlWKMUS I,. WHITE.  RENEWAL  OF  LIQUOR  LICENSE.  TAKE NOTICE that I, .Tohn Sullivan,  intend applying ti the Superintendent of PrO-  vIiiei.il_Poliee nt the expiration of ono month  from the date hereof, for the roncwal of a retail  liiiunr lic-en.������e for the Northern Hotel, situated  at Eholt, B. O.  Eholt, April il, 1910. JOHN SULLIVAN.  THE LEDGE  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, B C , and the price is $s a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, and  Great Britain. To the United States and  other countries it is sent postpaid for  ���������$2.50 a year. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood, B. C.  R. T. LOWERY,  PUB   ISHER.  TAKE NOTICE that I have received an objection in writing to the  ollowing names"'being retained on the List of Voters for the Greenwood Electoral District,  on the grouud that they have ceased for a  period of six months next before the holding of the court to reside in  such Electoral District.  AND TAKE NOTICE that at the Court of Revision to be held on  tho 2nd day of May, 1910, at the Court House in Greenwood, at 10  o'clock in the forenoon I shall hear and determine the same, and unless  you, or some other Provincial Voter, on your behalf, satisfies me that  paid objection is not well founded, I shall strike your name off the said  Register.  Dated this Gth day of April, 1910,  GEO. CUNNINGHAM, Registrar of Voters  for Greenwood Electoral District.  "Unequalled for Domestic-'-Use."  G0.  Pioneer  J-lotel...  Gfeenrjuood, 6. C  The oldest hotel in thc city, and still  Under the same inann<rem--iit. Rooms  comfortable, in02Is equal to any in the  city, and the bar sppplies only the best  Corner of Greenwood and Government  Streets.  J. W. kelson  THE  Arlington Hotel  GREENWOOD  Is the place for Peep-o'-Day Cocktails    and   Evening   Night-Caps.  Buttermilk a specialty during the  warm season.  Dempsey, & Rippeto.  The two highly bred stallions of S.  A. Crowell,  JACK MASON, 50T96,  AND  Cautona, 44T94,  will make the first of the season at  Dome, Midway, B. C.  Jack Mason, 5079G, Record 2:15,  will be at home until the 1st of  May, and  Cautona, 44794, will be at home  until the 1st of July, and will serve  mares at $25.00 for the season,  payable at time of service. For  particulars apply to  SAML. A. CROWELL,  Midway, IJ. C.  Archibald, Chester Herbert, Greenwood,  Plasterer. .. _ >��������� ���������*��������� --.  Anderson, Jones, Greenwood, Laborer.  Allison, John, Eholt, Car Repairer.  Andrews,    Charles    Henry,   Anaconda,  Smelterman.  Adam William, Rock Creek, Laborer.  Thomas,. Mother   Lode,  Car-  William,     Greenwood,  Hotel  Alexander  PHOENIX,   B.   C.  Is a comfortable home for  the miner and   traveler.  Good meals and pleasant     ^  rooms.    Pure liquors and  fragrant cigarB in the bar.  R.  V. CHISHOLM, Pkopiuktok.  THE HOTEL GRANBY  Is pleasantly situated in the heart  of Grand Forks, and is convenient  to all lhe leading financial and  commercial institutinns of the city.  Travelers will find it a comfortable  place to sojourn when in the city.  FRED RUSSELL  THE  BRIDESVILLE HOTEL  Thos. "Walsh, Peopkietor,  Bridesville, B. C,  provides excel -  cellent accommodation for tourists  and travelers.  KNOB HILL HOTEL,  PHOENIX.  Provides pleasant rooms and substantial meals for the public. The  bar is replete with beverages that  please aud satisfy any kind of  thirst. CHARLES HAGAN.  A blue mark here indicates that  3*onr   Subscription   has  become   deceased,   and  that the editor, would  once more like, to commune with  your collateral.  The boycott is double-bitted and  cuts  both ways.    The decrease  of poverty means   the  decrease of drunks.  Thic passing of Captain Tatlow is a  distinct loss to British Columbia.  Thb principle element  of genius  hard work mixed with enthusiasm.  Manv a lazy editor finds it profitable  to read Greenwood's leading excitement.  The men who clamor most for an army  and navy seldom do any shooting in the  time of war, except with their mouths.  AT last coal has been discovered in  Ontario. If these discoveries keep up  asuulmay yet be found in the delinquent  subscriber.  Real estate is cheaper in Greenwood  than in Vancouver, but when it comes to  buying pills you can do better by 40 per  cent, iu the city by the sad salt waves.  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  TIIK   K()t)TE**AY   SALOON  Saudon, B. C., has a line of nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any [mountain town ot the Great West. A  glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits tne-iti.  Tint Lemieux Act is a legislative farce  that should be relegated to the shades of  oblivion. It benefits no one except the  arbitrators who look wise for J20 a day.  The convicts in the pen. at Edmonton  recently went ou strike because the food  did not suit them. They lost the strike  in two days, for lack of assistance from  the outside.  A Policeman's union has beeii formed  in Paris. If there was one in British  Columbia onr provincial policemen might  be able to get enough of wages to live  like western white men.  Beaulieu,  penter.  Bidder,   Frank  Smelterman^.'   .  Blewett, Richard,"Greenwood, Miner.  Bolitho, William,-Greenwood, Miner.  Burt, Thomas, Greenwood, Miner.  Bourque, Joseph, Greenwood, Miner.  Bradbury, Herbert, Greenwood, Mechanic.  Banner, Henry William, Mother Lode,  Trammer.  Bennett, Charles, Denoro, Blacksmith.  Berg, Oie, Greenwood, Miner.  Breen, John, Mother Lode, Miner.  Bradley, James, Mother Lode, Miner.  Borton, A. N., Greenwood, Gentlemen.  Barry, Merrick, Greenwood, Smelterman.  Collins, Patrick, Eholt, Miner.  Cropley, George H., Greenwood, Liveryman.  Crouse, Sob, Greenwood, Miner.  Carriere, Alex., Greenwood, Tie Maker  Chapman, Ivory John, Mother Lode,  Laborer.   -  Chamney, Richard William, Greenwood,  Carpenter,  Conner, ��������� Leonard, Greenwood, Smelterman.  Crouch, Fred James, Greenwood. Smelterman.  Campbell, William Henrv, Greenwood,  Cook.  Dill, Edward Blake, Greenwood, Clerk.  Donnelly, Duncan William, Greenwood,  Miner.  Drennan, James E., Midway, Farmer.  Davidson, James Duncan, Mother Lode,  Miner,  de Gagne, Rauol, Greenwood, Miner.  Dunn, Samuel James, Greenwood, Wiper.  Duguid, Cyril John, Greenwood, Miner.  Eldndge, Herbert, Midway, Druggist.  Eugren, Nels, Mother Lode, Miner.  Evans, I. J., Boundary Fails,  Smelterman.  TKe  i  NatiORai  Hotel  Has home cooking and home-made  preserved fruit.  t-Junday Dinners a Specialty.  Meals served from 6 a. m. to 9 p. rn.  A Bar in Connection.  Plenty of .warm, clean and pleasant  roonifi at ren-'omibk) prim*.  TKKMONT   HOUSE  NcIhoh, B C. is run on tho American nnd Kuropean plan. There  '*; . is notliinjr yellow about tho houee  except the gold in tlie aafo.  M:iloiiH & Trpgillm.  NKWaiAUKKT    HOTKr.  Is the home for all tourists and  millionaires visiting New Denver, British Columbia.  IlcitryStcgn. Propr.  Paper made from wood pulp will not  keep for longer than 50 years. This will  prevent in the future some journals from  whipsawing their subscribers by digging  into the old files and news half a ceutuary  old.    Iivijitv million people born on this  earth are all dead at the end of 108 years.  This is according to the law of averages,  although this law is liable to be changed  at any time by the discovery of some new  breakfast food.  Tin*   rl'OVI.NCK   IIOlftL  .Grand Forks, is a larjro three-  ���������tory brick hotel that provides  tlie "t uhlic with (.'ood nit-din and  pieai-iint rooiri3. A new building*  but tlio (-amp old rates.  l-'niil liir������<in, Proprietor,  Tiierk is no inherent difference in  work and play. The difference exists in  the mind of the individual. Playing  football is extremely strenuous, but  nearly every boy would rather work at  it all day than play at sawing wood for  three minutes.  LAKKVIKW   HOTKI.  in Ni lson, H. C., employ-* all  white help niul is a home for the  world at 51,00 a day.  It. I,, Crin'th, 1'r-iprJotor.  TIIK   KASLO   JIOTKL  Kaslo, B. C��������� is a comfortable  home f ji" ali who< travel to that  city.  Cockle & Fnpwortii.  ���������When paper cost 15 cents a pound we  were not persecuted with big newspapers.  Now the land is filled with great sheets  mainly devoted to fat ads and a record of  horrors. The masses would be better if  our papers were smaller, printed on better material, ancl shorn of the vast mess  of dirt, blood and corruption that now  pollutes tho daily press. The constant  parading of suicides, murders and other  such carmine-tinted literature before the  public ga/.e has a tendency to increase  the horrors depicted.   .  SIlBHnltOOKK   HOU3I-  "sVIp-vi; R C One minute's walk  fi0111 (' r. Fi H'-itipn. Cuisine  liMcX'-clled ; Wo 11 ben'ted and ven-  tl'.-V'l  >;   ,.-i r "t 11.1., Vrt'-.'.j'o'oa  IN Germany the shackles have' just  been taken off free speech. In Berlin the  other day large bands of Socialists were  permitted to perade the streets and talk  all they liked without any, interference  from the police. The Kaiser must have  got wise to the fact that repression is the  wrong way to handle the. masses. Let  the public express itself at all times and  it will become healthy, Smother free  speech and you bury a fire that is bound  to break'out'arid exhibit a-moving'P'ic-'  Uin: ski-,'/ yf'l'anit'.i 'lufiiriio.  Fossett, Hugh, Eholt, Hostler.  Frank, Ed. D., Greenwood, Laborer.  Fraser, Douglas, Eholt, Fireman.  ���������>  Gilbertson, Charles, Greenwood, Laborer.  Gray, William, Eholt, Wiper  Gordon, Daniel C, Greenwood," Miner.  Grebstad, Lars L., Mother Lode, Miner.  Guimond. Joseph, Boundary Falls, Clerk.  Grimadell, James, Greenwood.  Hamilton, Robert G., Midway, Farmer.  Harriett, Tohn William, Eholt.  Hayden, .William, Deadwood, Miner.  Hayes, Michael, Greenwood, Miner.  Hambly, Richard Henry, Mother Lode,  Miner.  Harvev,  William  Charles,   Greenwood,  Clerk.  Herring, Thomas, Greenwood, Laborer.  Hearn,   Edward    Collier,    Greenwood,  Steward.  Hang, Edward, Greenwood, Miner.  Hunter, Harry Thompson,   Greenwood,  Merchant.  Irwin, William, Mother Lode, Miner.  Johnson, Donald Angus, Eholt, Wiper.  Johnson,     Karl     Gustaf,     Greenwood,  Miner.  Johnson, Axel, Denoro.  Klippi, Matt. Mother Lode, Miner.  Krohn, Elmer, Greenwood, Miner.  Lamont, Neil H., Greenwood, Agent.  Lee, Edward, Boundary Falls, Carpenter.  Luddington, Milton, Mother Lode,  Miner.  Landry, Fred, Greenwood Miner.   .  Maynard, George, Eholt, Machinist-  Medill,   William   B., Anaconda,  Stonemason.  Murphy,   John    Wesley,    Greenwood,  Miner.  Milne,   James   Wilson,   Mother  Lode,  Miner.  Morrison,   John   Rosa,   Mother   Lode,  Miner.  Mongeon,    Joseph,    Greenwood,     Tie  Maker.  Mohun,. Alfred,   Greenwood,   Smeltcr-  ,  man.  Morrison,   George    Neil,    Greenwood,  Miner.  Medill, Edward   C��������� Greenwood.   Rink  Manager.  Marshall, Edward C, Eholt, Fireman.  Munroe, Edwin Allan, Midway, Laborer.  Mnrio,    George,     Eholt,     Machinist's*  Helper.  MeKinnon, Daniel, Greenwood. Miner.  McLane, Daniel, Greenwood, Miner  McLean,   Edgar  Clarence,   Greenwood,  Moulded -  McLeod, George, Eholt.  McLeod, John   Alexander,   Greenwood,  Miner.  McMillan, John.Alexander,. Greenwood,  .   Miner.   _  McDermid,' John   Duncan,   Greenwood,  Smelterman.  McKenzie,   Donald,     Boundary * Falls,  Smelterman.  McLeod, John E., Greenwood, Miner.  McLean,,Neil, Greenwood, Miner.  McMillan, Alex D., Greenwood, Miner.  McCague, Charles, Mother Lode, Miner.  McClughan,     Walter,     Mother     Lode,  Miner.  McDonald, Thomas, Denoro, Miner.  McDonald,   Roderick   William,    Rock  Creek,-Logger.  McKay, Thomas Young, Mother Lode,  Miner.  McLaughlin,     Peter,   ' Mother      Lode,  Miner.  McPhail, Peter, Rock Creek, Teamster.  McCarvill, Joseph, Mother Lode. Miner.  Mckensie,    Fraser   H.,   Mother   Lode,  Miner.  Norin, John, Greenwood, Smelterman.  Nelson,    William   James,    Greenwood,  ���������Miner.' ��������� ���������  Nehemiah,   Theodore,  Bo ndary   Falls,  Foreman. ..,���������"*---.      .- -  ���������   -  Nicholls, Lewis, Mother'Lode, Miner.-  Nicholls,   Thomas    H. ��������� Eholt,     Road  Master.  Norden, Oie, Mother Lode, Miner.  O'Brien, Andrew Elliott, Eholt, Miner.  O'Connor, Daniel, Mother Lode, Blacksmith.  O'Hanley. Ronald, Greenwood, Miner.  O'Hanley, Stephen R., Mother Lode,  Miner. -  Oppenheimer, Sidney S., Greenwood,  Physician.  Old, Thomas Henry, Greenwood Blacksmith.  Oliver, Richard, Boundary Falls, Laborer.  Oldendorff, Ernest Henry, Midway,  Farmer.  Olson, l'eter, Greenwood, Miner.  Perry, Edward, Greenwood, Miner.  Pieper, Edward C, Greenwood, Miner.  Pearce, John H., Mother Lode, Miner.  Quinnell, Charles, Anaconda, Sneltei-  man. "   ;  Roberts, George William, Greenwood,  Miner.  Robinson, Edward William, Greenwood,  Laborer.  Robison,  William, Greenwood, Miner.  Roscoria, Thomas, Greenwood, Miner.  Rutherford, John Forbes, Greenwood,'  Clergyman.  Ryan, Peter, Boundary Falls, Smelterman.  Restell, Arthur, Midway, Farmer.  Roy, Aclelard, Greenwood, Miner.  Ranta, John, Mother Lode, Miner.  Roberts, Owen, Mother Lode, Miner.  ' Dealers in Fresh and' Salt Meats,|Fish,  and Poultry.   Shops in nearly all tlie   "   '.  towns' of. Boundary and  Kootenay.'  COPPER STREET, ������REEftSWOOD  * The-f������-  ..... .GREENWOOD  I--j-itnati-d in tilt/.heart,'i>f the-city and within'  sti-pping di.-tii-ncc of all r!_������������������.��������� banks, restaurants,  i'Xui'<-:-..-';i',",'. tcb'ijpitili /ilfic-.--. f.tc. The building i-* tifiit'''d.\yitli h'oi wtiU. ami has a radiator  in every room. -Th-'. bar contains a i.irgi* variety  of brewed, vinted and distilli-d beverages ,.'*iiit-.'  able to the tastes of a cosmopolitan |iouulation.  ,,.- Gome Tin* and have something. ,''.,.'���������  J. H. GOODEVE - - - PROPRIETOR  9OWMQQQ980QQOQ@O&eiQOQ9999mQ989QQ9QGQ9QQ&QQ999QQQQO  Greenwood, is the home for'workingmen of all nations'. It is  convenient to the smelter on the hill. The dining room is sup-  o plied with tasty and substantial food, while the bar contains the  ��������� best wet goods in' the.market. - Electric lights all over the  premises.    Hot and cold baths.   ".-'.- ......  O (a  Lofstad,   Proprietor  Thomas    Midway,  McAulay  keeper.  McKenzie,   Mtirdock,  Greenwood,  borer. .  MeKinnon,    Daniel,   Greenwood,  penter,  Hotel-  La-  Car-  Smith, Sidney T., Boundary Falls, Farmer.  Smith, William, Greenwood, Miner.  Sullivan, Dan Jos, Greenwood, Smelterman.  Sturch, Samuel, Greenwood, Miner.  Shelton, John   William,   Eholt,   Blacksmith. ���������  St. Lawrence, William, Greenwood, Tie  Maker.  Stewart,William A., Mother Lode, laborer.  Simon, Nazaire, Greenwood, Laborer.  Sharkis, Adolph, Greenwood, Baker.  Savage.   Walter    W.,   Mother    Lode,"  Miner:  Skelly, Luke, Greenwood, Stage Driver.  Siddell, James Pridham,* Mother  Lode,  ���������   Miner. .. ;..���������, .;- >���������}..��������� ���������.-;     .-,....,  Solan, Peter Andrews, Greenwood, Smel-  ' ternfitn;- -' ��������� ��������� - ��������� '"���������������������������,���������'-'���������:'  --  Stacey, Carl V.j Eholt, Laborer.  Sutherland, Andrew, Greenwood, Teamster. '   . ���������:������������������:;������������������  Terhurie, George William, Greenwood,  Miner. ���������   ���������  Thompson,    Alfred    Stuart,     Midway,  Farmer.  Thornton, John, Midway, Laborer. ,  Thompson, Harry, Greenwood, Miner.  Tateson, George, Greenwood, Teamster.  Thackcr, Edward, Mother Lode, Miner,  Thorpe, C. B, Eholt, Wiper.  Tunney. Frank, Mother Lode, Miiier.  Thiney, William, Mother Lode, Miner.  Williams, David, Greenwood, Engineer.  Wilson; Charles' James, Greenwood,  Manager P* Burns & Co. ..,.-"'���������  Wilton, Thomas, Greenwood, Miner.  Walker, William, Greenwood, Railroadman. 1  "Wilcox, Jeff, Greenwood, Miner.  Younghusband, John   Verjioti,  wood, Miner.  Green-  Far away fields are usually thought to be green!  This is .probably why so many people in the  Boundary are constantly buying real estate and  stocks far .from the district in which they live..  Why not put some of your speculating money in.  ventures within a few miles of your own door, and !  benefit yourself and the country in which -you  reside and make money ? .. ."..'. ]','.. .  The Argo Mining and Tunnel Co. of. Greenwood  is organized under the laws of British Columbia,"  with a capital sto-.k   of  ������1*5,000,   divieed  into-1  500000 shares at 25 cents each, non-personal liability.   Adjoining Oreenwood the company own a  large number of valuable claims, .with high-grade .'  gold and coppor ore showing.on the surface.   The ^  company is now engaged in running* a 3.000-foot  tunnel to tap all these leads at great depth: -Every  ���������/ indication is favorable' to the striking of valuable  deposits of ore, and -the time to invest is now,  S'oen as ore is encountered at great depth the price  of stock will ascend rapidly and the chances of  making big money out of a small investment will  riot be so goodf The  time to speculate is when  P.,things are beginning. The success of this big  tunnel?means great wealth for the investors and  increased prosperity for the entire district ���������"  '.'.-.Investors'and visitors to the district are cordially  invited to inspect the properties and view the work  being done in the tunnel. For further particulars  address the president or secretary.  OLA LOFSTAD, A. 5. BLACK,  President. Secretary. .


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