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 O^s^A****^  L  WITH   WHICH   IS   INCORPORATED   THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TJMES.  X'/r?.  "61 s?r LV\  ,":7'04/]f|sia9-\ i^.  R^  ���������"I   '5i ���������*]������  Vol.   XVII.  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1911.  No. 40  This Is Brighten Up Time  .A Can of Paint and a Little Labor will" Work  Wonders at Your Home'. '  We want to Talk: SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT  to you Because It's Good.   It is made of Pure Lead,  Pure Zinc, Pure Linseed Oil, all ground together by,  -Special Machinery.  .Come and get information.  THE' STORE OF PLENTY]  RUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELD Co., Ltd., GREENWOOD, B.C.  1  Suit Cases, Hand Bags   Trunks,   Shawl & Trunk Straps  A NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED  A. L. WHITE  The Furniture & Stove Man.  PHONE 16.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOME  WITH SOME NICE  HUGE VARIETY TO SELECT FROM  PRICES FROM 25c, DOUBLE ROLL, TO $1.00.  ��������� New Spring Millinery -  More   New   Hats   and   Novelties  Just Opened from Leading Millinery Centres.   Under the Management of MRS. EU50N.  For Men.    Prices sine to please.  YOU PROFIT 5MR������������������  W.   ELSO  LMERCHANT TAILOR. ^  NOTICE  The Public is hereby notified that I have this  day sold to R. T. Lowery the plant, business and  good will of the Boundary Creek Times, Greenwood.  The Public is cautioned against paying any accounts  owing to the Boundary Creek Times for advertising,  job work or subscriptions, to any person or persons  other than the said R. T. Lowery, or his authorized  agent.  Victoria, March 6th, 1911. DUNCAN ROSS.  Western Float I  LACE CURTAINS, PORTIERES,  COUCH COVERS, CARPET SQUARES,  :-. LINOLEUMS  IN GREAT VARIETV.--        *    -     ' ' ���������    AIvL AT BOTTOM PRICES.'  T. m. GULLEY <&Co.,  B. O.  GREENWOOD  OPPOSITE  THE   POST  OFFICE.  PHONE   27.  SPECIALS  PASTRY BAKED DAILY AND  ALWAYS FRESH,  OGILVIE'S  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR  49 pound sack, $2,00    ,  OGILVIE'S ROLLED OATS  S pound sack, 40 cents  COPPER STREET.  A  RICH  STRIKE  "wawK*���������"  A lead of high-grade ore was struck in the Big  Tunnel on Tuesday. The ore is a little over 1,800  feet from the portal of the tunnel and 818 feet below  the surface of the Defiance claim. The lead just  struck is highly mineralised with ore that is worth  more than.������100.00 a ton. The ore.resembles that of  the Providence mine. This strike, is the most important mining event that has occurred in thc dis-'  trict for years. It proves that the high-grade ores  of the Boundary go down, and will tend to produce  greater mining activity in the mountains that surround Greenwood,  ^  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L.L.D., D.C.L., President  -     ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  DRAFTS ON          REST, - $7,000,000  FOREIGN COUNTRIES  Every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce is equipped to issue drafts on  the principal cities in the following countries without delay :  *" *" New Zealand  Africa Crete Greece  Arabia _ Cuba Holland  Argentine Republic Denmark Iceland  - Australia Egypt India  Austria-Hungary Faroe Islands Ireland  Belgium Finland Italy  Brazil a Formosa Japan  ft'pr* France lava  Certto Fr'ch Cochin China Malta  Norway  Panama  Persia  Peru  Philippine Islands  Portugal.  Routnania  Russia  Servia  Siam  Siberia  SouJan  South Africa  Spain  Straits Settlements  Sweden  Switzerland  Turkey  United States  Uruguay _  West Indies, etc.  Quit Germany^   a Manchuria  China Great Britain Mexico  The amount of these drafts is stated in the money of the country where they are payable; that is they are drawn in sterling-, francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, yen,  taela, roubles, etc.,'as the case maybe. This ensures that the payee abroad will  receive the actual amount intended. 233  SAVINGS  BANK DEPARTMENT.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager.        -      Greenwood Branch.  ESTABLISHED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000.   Rest, $12,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PKOl'ITS,   ������D01,789.JL1.  Hon. President: Lord Strathcona and Mount .Royal, G..C. M. G.  President: R. B. Angus, Esq.  Vice-President and General Manager: Sir E. S. Clouston, Bart.  Branches in London, Eng, {AVKoSSiffl!} New York, Chicago  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers.    Grant Commercial and  Travellers' Credits, available in any part of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Greenwood Branch - W. F. Proctor, Mgr.  AUDITORIUM  ENTERTAINMENT BY  LOCAL TALENT  Under the auspices of the Junior  Woman's Auxiliary of St. Jude's  Church on  THURSDAY, April 20  Commencing with Comedietta,  "THE MERE MAN"  Song and Character Dance  Madam Cartier  ! Around Home ������  i  THE PIERRETTES  Musical Entertainers.     Songs and  Figure Dancing.  A<l]iii3si<)n--,"i(')c,   Reserved   Scats,  SI ; Children Hulf Price.  IiiluriiHl Allowed ul  Curront lCitte.s.  TEMPERANCE  ��������� is, all right if shorn of huinl'uggcry.  Too much water drinking is just  as injurious as too much liquor or  anything else.  OUR PURE WINES  AND LIQUORS  are medicinal if not abused. Every  household should have n moderate  supply of pure wines or liquors in  the closet for emergency���������cither  unexpected visitors or sudden illness, when a drop of pure liquor  iu time may forestall all necessity  for drugs.  Importers, Greenwood, B. fr g  FOR   SAI.15  A Restaurant and Rooming  House in a good town, doing a  business of about ������G,000 a month.  Price, $5,000.    Apply Ledge oflice  Good Six Room House and Barn  in Anaconda, all large rooms and  two halls, Lot 4, Block 3. Price  $400 cash. Apply 1029 N". Park  street, Victoria, B. C.  For Sale.���������At once, at Christina  lake, the property of A. B. W. Hodges consisting of one acre of ground  and bungalow. Property has 200 ft.  water frontage. A bargain, terms  reasonable. Inquire W. A. Williams, Granby smelter, Grand Forks.  For Sale.���������A 16 ft. gasoline  launch and half interest in boat house  at Christina lake,, cheap for cash. W.  A. Williams, Granby smelter, Grand  Forks.  ROOMS   TO   r.KT  In the Swayno House, Silver  Street. Clean, private and comfortable rooms in a quiet locality  at reasonable rates.  An excellent program will be shown  at the Star Theatre on Saturday including A Baby's Shoe, Thc Widow,  At The Picture Theatre and Weary  Willie as a Ballet Girl, also two good  illustrated songs and orchestra.  The Conservatives.  Last Friday the following of���������-  ficers were elected by the Greenwood Conservative Association.  President, G. A. Reudall; vice-  president, J. h> Coles; secretary,  N. McLeod. The executive committee is Messrs. Warren, Mc-  Laine, Fleming, Oliver, Mc-  Creath, Johnson, Blake, Mc-  Kellar, J. Cunningham, J. Mcintosh, Leggatt, Roberts, Panel,  Tate, Crawford, aud Lee,  oi>ii������f*>t?fM!'rf.i!^?i!'r>>t*i  There will be an election next fall.  J. E. McAllister has returned from  the east.  There will be a dance in Eholt on  April 21.  The Tennis club.will give a dance  on the 26th.  Ed. Ferguson of Nelson was in  town last week.  S. P. Dixon is in the hospital with  rheumatic fever..  Mrs. Stanton will shortly take up  her residence in Vancouver.  Born.���������On ApriLll, to Mr. and  Mrs. Joseph Tromblay, a son.  Bill Bailey has returned from Oregon without getting his boots wet.  Buffalo Bill at the -Star Theatre  Thursday and Friday of this week.  Rod McDonald committed suicide  in Republic by taking carbolic acid.  Wm. Dunstan is recovering from  a three months attack of typhoid fever.  Archie Aberdeen is.running open  cuts on the wagon road for the government.  Ten men at Rock Creek, insured  their lives last week in an English  company.  For  assulting Harry  Stapleston at  the Mother Lode mine, Tony Smith  was fined $10.  The ranchers around Grand Forks  |   are planting more potatoes this year  than ever before.  C. V. Semrad will shortly open a  store and road house at Five Mile, in  the Similkameen.  It is reported that T. A. Love has  bought the controlling interest in the  Grand Forks Gazette.  After being ill all winter, David  McBride of Bridesville has recovered  his normal equilibrim.  The Grand Forks Fruit & Nursery  Co. is increasing its capital stock from  $25,000 to $200,000.  Mayor Gaw of Grand Forks has received the contract for building the  court-house in that city.  See Saturday's program at the  Star Theatre in the lower left hand  corner of these columns.  Last Monday George Tadey was  given three days in limbo, for stealing  a chain from Mrs. Joseph Caron last  August.  This winter E. W. Widdowson of  Nelson reports the best business he  has had in ten years. He is the leading assayer of Kootenay,  Frank Harrison has bought the  King's hotel in Phoenix, from Shea  & Williams. It is said that the consideration was about $4,500.  The Greenwood Agricultural Association will meet on Friday evening,  and discuss the ways and means for  holding a fall fair in this city.  The National hotel is now entirely  under the management of Roy &  Boyer. Mrs. Hartman and her  daughters have returned to Anaconda-  R. G. Sidley was brought to thc  hospital last Friday. He is recovering very slowly from thc stroke of  paralysis that he received two months  ago.  W. F. Proctor is leaving for Armstrong where he will take charge of  thc Bank of Montreal.    Mr. Winter  of Hosmer will be the new manager in  Greenwood.  Judge Williams of Phoenix will  make a tour of the world,. He is a  brother-in-law of Sir Dan Mann, and  should be able to ride around the universe on a pass.  D. Tyson denies the rumor that he  has started an agitation, for the purpose of raising trouble, in conjunction  with the miners' unions of Grand  Forks and Greenwood.    , . _    .  The Swayne house hrs been renovated. Flush closets have been  put in, and a plentiful supply of hot and  cold water enables the guests to obtain free baths when desired.  The following are the officers of the  Greenwood Baseball club. Hon-  President, J. R. Jackson, M.P.P.-  Vice-President, E. G> Warren- President, W. B. Fleming; Sec-Treas, J.  J. Rochon; Manager, Ernest Russell.  After spending a month at the seaside, K. C. B. Frith has returned to  the copper metropolis. He reports  great competition in the race for the  dollar at the coast, witn the big capitalists several laps ahead.  The back page of this paper contains a special announcement by Mr.  W. G. Watson, that should prove of  interest to our local citizens, this is  only a single example of what may be  obtained by keeping your money at  home and supporting our local places  of business and amusement.  Buffalo Bill Wild West and Pawnee Bill Far East shows at the Star  Theatre^ on Thursday and Friday,  April 13th and 14th. Matinee Saturday at 12:30 p. m., in order to  give those working afternoon shifts at I  the mines and smelter an opportunity  to see the famous Buffalo Bill in his  farewell show.  Be sure to patronize the Dramatic  Entertainment to be given in the Auditorium on Thursday, April 20th by  Local Amateurs, or you will miss a  treat. Tickets are now on sale, and  the plan of reserved seats will open on  Tuesday next, April 18th at Logan's  Jewelery store, when purchasers of  tickets will have first chance for the  best seats. Gallery 50 cents, children half price. Reserved seats one  dollar. -  Midway Coal Co.  The annual meeting of the  Midway Coal company was held  at the Hotel Winnipeg in this city  on Tuesday last, when the following officers were elected for the  ensuing year: President, Dr. C.  M Kingston; vice-president, S. J.  Miller; secretary-treasurer, Dr. F.  Smith, of Spokane. The above  officers, in addition to Fred  Knight and A. H. Noyes, constitute the board of directors.  The report of the president  stated that a great deal of development work has been done during the past year. At present  there are 400 feet of coal in sight  in the tunnels and cross-cuts. The  financial condition of the company  was reported to be in first-class  shape. During the coming year  new machinery will be installed,  development work prosecuted vigorously, and the property placed  on a shipping basis.���������Grand Forks  Sun.  Ashcroft needs a cottage hospital.  Quesnel is in need of more  hotels.  The tax rate in Cranbrook is  20 mills.  There is a building boom in  Chilliwack.  The Moyie Leader was 13 years  old last week,  Revelstoke has bought a water  wagon for ������485.  Joseph Turpin will open a bakery at Rosedale.  Ashcroft is sadly in need ot a  sewerage system.  There are 15 banks in the towns  of the Okanagan.  At Whitehorse 60 men are working in the shipyard.  Stewart will haye a telephone  exchange this month.  John Armour will open a billiard hall in Cranbrook.  Gust Audeen will build a modern hotel at Kitchener."  N. Hansen will put up a $30,-  000 block in Cranbrook.  Deer are plentiful iu the mountains around New Michel.  L. W. Paisley has opened a  real estate office in Sardis.  A private telephone system is  being installed at Quesnel.  Oil will be used on the roads  around Sardis this summer.  P. Burns & Co. own 76 meat  shops in B. C. and Alberta.  Penticton is planning to build  a $16,000 concrete city hall.  There are 506 pupils attending  the public schools in Fernie.  N. F. Tunbridge has opened a  ���������real estate office in Penticton.  A 500 ton tipple is to be built  at the West Princeton coal mine.  Orangeville will be the name  of the new post office near Princeton.  There is great activity in the  lumber camps of the Creston- valley.  The beds used in the Prince  Rupert hospital are made in England.  It is reported that P. Burns &  Co. will open a meat shop in Penticton.  It will cost Cranbrook $12,000  this year for fire and police protection..  The C.P.R. is getting ready to  build a branch into the Peace  river district.  Forty men went to Dawson last  month to work the gold dredges  for the Guggs.  It is unlawful at any time to  hunt deer with dogs in the s*ate  of Washington.  Since tbe strike began fishing  is active, along the streams in th,e  Crow's Nest Pass.  The coming of the Royal bank  to Kamloops makes the fourth  bank in that city,'  W. T, Atherton died in Hedley  last week. His sister, Mrs, Gaunce  resides in Victoria.  The new city market in Vancouver will be largely devoted to  the selling of fruit.  Twenty years ago Sam Robb  was the best known newspaper  man in Vancouver.  The G. |T. P. will build this  summer its.branch line from Fort  George to Vancouver.  Miss Mary Collins has been appointed manager of the Lucky  Gus mine in Colorado.  Ben Lester who formerly published the Hosmer Times is now  a resident of Edmonton.  The cannery at Summerland,  will in future cau peas, beans and  tomatoes, in addition to fruit.  At Duncan the Mormons have  been successful in obtaining several converts to their religion.  John Scott will put in a small  sawmill this summer on the Ne-  chaco river, near Fort George.  Frank DeRosier has sold his  ranch at Jaffray, to John Four-  uier of Pincher Creek for $25,000.  The oldest apple tree in the  The Bank of Commerce at  Princeton has put in a 60 ton'  safe. Bill Miner lived once in  thattown.  The trappers report a good  season in the Cariboo district.  Most of the fur taken was mink  and martin.  The Reporter states a dog recently tried to commit suicide in  New Mitch el. He hung himself in  a wire fence.  In Abbotsford a Chinamen was  assessed the costs for permitting  his hens to roam over other peoples gardens.  Clark & Godenrath are getting  ready to publish a paper at Steamboat mountain which will be called the Nugget.  The Canadian Club of New  York, will build a summer clubhouse on Windermere lake, in  East Kootenay.   ���������  Members of the legislature'in  Saskatchewan, have had their  session allowance increased from  $1,000 to S1,������00.  Bob McDonald is now head carpenter tor the Nicola Valley Coal  Co. In the flush days he ran an  hotel in Sandon.  Lionite, the new explosive is  now being made in B. C. It is  odorless aud its use does not  cause any headaches.  Merritt may soon become aPet-  aluma, for it has been discovered  that the Nicola valley is an ideal  place for raising chickens.  Doc Reynoulds has retired from  the newspaper business in Nana-  imo. In past years' he published  in Ashcroft, and Vancouver.  About 500,000 immigrants and  settlers will come into Canada  this year. About half of that  number will settle in the west.   ���������  Antonio Gallia will build au  hotel in North Vancouver that  will cost $40,000. His rate tor  board and room will be $5 a week.  The waterworks system in  Prince Rupert will cost $4SO,000.  It is to be regretted that the reservoir cannot be built in the sky.  The  famous parrot belonging  to Mrs. Dan Thomas,died in Ross-*'  land last week.    It was' 15 years  old,   and the best bird talker in  B. C. ,  It is estimated that 2000 claims  haye already been staked, in and  around Steamboat mountain.  Some of them have "mineral in  place.  T. Eaton & CO., will  build   a  ���������  departmental  store  in   Calgary.  It is only a matter of time until  they build one in Nelson or some  other B. C. city.  The landing stage at Sidney  should be improved. At present  ladies have to jump five feet, in  order to get into a lannch from  the steamer slip.  The G.T P. will erect this summer 140 stations at new townsites  along its line. Seventeen of these  will be every seven miles along  the road east of Prince Rupert.  A large audience in the Presbyterian church at Whitehorse  recently decided that marriage is  a failure. This will probably  settle this much vexed question.  Cumberland now pays its firemen so much an hour when in active service. For fighting fires  they receive $1 for the first hour,  and $2.50 for each subsequent  hour.  in  Pacific northwest, was planted at  Vancouver, Wash., 85 years ago.  Joe Goodman an Indian on the  Creston reservation, has been  passing forged cheques in Idaho.  A. B. Trites and other Fernie  men have bought 1476 lots in a  townsite, adjoining Medicine  Hat.  This summer F. L. Carlson  will operate a 100 mule pack-  train between Copper City and  Telkwa  Bishop DuMoulin died in Niagara a short time ago. One of  his sons is manager of a bank in  Kelowna.  The glory of the old International in Rossland has departed.  It was recently torn down by  Charles Peters, and the lumber  used to build a large chicken  house.  At a recent meeting of the  Yukon council in Dawson there  was a heated discussion over the  fact that the Guggenheims have  not been paying the hospital due."  for their workmen. For each man  they should pay $2.25 a month.  Mrs, George Johnson of Some-  nos. sued David Ford the postmaster for $200, claiming that he  had injured her dog Toby to that  extent. Ford had put the dog  out of the postoflice as he was an  nuisance to his customers. Mrs.  Johnson lost thc case, and had to  pay the costs.  Greenwood, April 12th 1911.  To the Kditor of The Ledge:  Sir:  Like many other residents in our  city, I was disgusted yesterday at the  exhibition of a man reclining in bed in  the window of P. Burns & Co., supposed to be under the influence of hypnotism. Except as an advertisement  of a visiting hypnotist, I fail to see  any practical good of such an exhibition, on the coatrary it is a revolting  sight for children and one likely to  give an unpleasant shock to many  of them. I sincerely hope that in the  future our Mayor will see that such a  thing is impossible in our town. I cannot help feeling great surprise that  such a respectable firm as P. Burns &  Co., could allow the use of its window  for such a purpose.  Yours faithfully,  M. F. Hir,-roN. THE.LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  yi fletw year's  Story  By AGNES B. COLDWELL '  Copyright, 1010. by American Press  Association.  It was the last day of the year, and  Marcus Eldredge had determined that  Its closing hour would marl* the end  of bis earthly career.  'Til wail until midnight and go out  wiih the old year," he muttered as he  pressed the weapon tentatively against  his  head.    As  he stood  there in  the  gaslight   his   unlatched   door   swung  slowly   open,   and   a   girl's   face   appeared, startled and  pale as her eyes  met  his  reflection  iu   the glass.    His  glance met hers defiantly.  "Coward!'' she said .sharply.  "How do you know that 1 am?" he  demanded without turning around.  Ills  face slowly reddened as the contempt  deepened on hers, and involuntarily his.  right arm was lowered and the revolver was placed on the bureau. . "How  do you know that I'm a coward?" he  persisted.  "Because you wore going to do that!''  She nodded toward the weapon, and ho  could see that she was afraid of it.  "No one hut u coward would destroy  himself."  "What do you know about It?" El-  dredge flashed around and faced the  stranger wlio had so unexpectedly  meddled with his affairs. "Do you  know what It is to try for years to  reach a certain goal and then fail? Do  you know what it is to work and wait  and starve and suffer privation���������and  then fail in the end? Then, added to  the failure, do you know what it is to  tramp the streets looking for any sort  of work without even a measure of  success? What do you know about  these things?"  "You are a coward, as I said before  ���������the biggest craven 1 ever met. You're  a 'fraid cat!'" Tlie girl elided with n  childish angry sob.  "You don't tindersfand," he said, a  sullen look creeping into his face. "If  a fellow can't iret work and hasn't got  a coat of money there's only one decent thing lie can do, and that is to  get off the earth!"  "The   New   Year   holds   no   promise  for   you?"   she   asked   soft'y.   with   a  note of courage in her voice.  "Not a thing!'  "Is there anybody dependent upon  you?" she asked.  "I haven't tt relative or a friend In  the world��������� nobody who cares a hang  what becomes of me!"  "I wonder if you've thought about  the trouble it would make if you���������  harmed yourself here���������in this boarding house?" She shivered a little, and  -'ht-r-Cyes. evading tlie vicinity of the  revolver, met his inquiring glance.  "I suppose you mean it would make  Sirs. Jones a lot of trouble���������notoriety  and what not."  "I wish you were not such a coward!" she cried scornfully. "If you  only had tbe making of half a man in  you.'"  "I have the ingredients to make a  successful man if 1 can have the  chance," he retorted.  "What sort of a chance do you  want?" she asked, with sudden eagerness.   "What is your business?'-'  lie hesitated an instant, and then he  admitted half defiantly. "I'm an artist"  "An artist!" she echoed doubtfully.  "Why have yo-.i not succeeded? What  do tbe critics wiy?"  "The consensus of opinion was that  I'd missed my vocation. One man said  J did chairs and tables so well in my  Suffered with Throat Trouble  Air. B. W.  D. Barnes,  ex - Sheriff  of Warren  County,  Tennessee,  in a letter  from "Mc-  Mlnn vllle,  Ten nessee,  writes:  "I had  throat  trouble  and had  three doctors treating  me. All  fulled to do  in e any  good, and  pronounced  m y health  gone. I con-  eluded  to  try Paruna, and ofter using: four bottles can say I was entirely cured."  Unable to Work.  Mr. Gustav Ilimmelreich, Hochhelm,  Texas, writes:  "For a number of years I suffered  whenever I took cold, with severe attacks of asthma, which usually yielded  tc the common home remedies.  "Last year, however, I suffered for  elg-lit months without interruption so  that I could not do any work at all.  The various medicines that were prescribed brought me no relief.  "After taking six bottles of Peruna,  two of Lacupla and two of Manalin, I  em free of my trouble so that I can do  all my farm work again. I can heartily recommend this medicine to any  one..who suffers with this annoying  complaint and believe that they will  obtain good results."  Mr. B. W. D. Barnes.  KOW SKIN-TROUBLES  HAVE BEEN CURED  A Remarkable Record of Itching,  Burning, Disfiguring Eruptions  Successfully Treated. '.  That those who hove suffered long and  hopelessly from eczema and other torturing,  disfiguring eruptions of the skin and scalp  and who have lost faith In all manner of;  treatment, may learn that there Is one way to  find immediate relief, the following-remarkable  series ot condensed testimonials Is published!  W. H. White, 312 E. Cabot St., Philadelphia: Knee to ankle a mass of eruption.  Suffering simply Indescribable for six long  years. Had to scratch till blood ran and  health was undermined from lack of sleep.  Cuticura Remedies cured It without a mark.  Mrs. M. C. Maltland, Jasper, Ont.: Itchy  rash on her baby's head when but. three  months old. It spread over entire body. ��������� Put  mittens on him to prevent tearing skin.  Reduced to a skeleton. One bath with Cuticura Soap and application of Cuticura Ointment soothed him to sleep. A single set  cured him. Thinks child would hare died  but for Cuticura Remedies.  Mrs. Wm. Hunt, 259 Falrmount Ave.,  Newark, N. J.: Whole body a mass of raw,  torturing eczema. Agony was beyond words.  Hair all fell out and ears seemed ready to  drop off. Clothing would stick to bleeding  flesh. Hoped death would soon end fearful  Buffering. Cuticura Remedies cooled the itching, bleeding flesh at once and soon cured tier.  Mme. J. B. RcnnOd, 277, Mentana at.,  Montreal: Treated by doctors 25 years for  bad eczema on leg. It peeled from knee  down; foot like raw flesh. Doctor advised  cutting leg off. Decided to try Cuticura  Remedies first. In two months' use of Cuticura Remedies she was cured.  Mrs. Nora Emmott, 26, Lena Gardens,  Brook Green, London: Two little girls hud  dreadful scalp trouble that doctors called  ringworm. Cried with intense itching. Hospital treatment gave frightful pain but did  no good. Suffered three years, cured by  three seta of Cuticura Soap and Ointment.  H. A. KrutskofT,, 6714 Wabash Ave.,  Chicago: -.ichlng eruption spread from hands  to body. Literally tore his skin off in shreds.  Doctors and remedies did no good. Cuticura  Soap, Ointment and Pills stopped Itching  quickly and cured disease In three weeks. '  Frank Oridley, 325 E. 43rd St., New York:  In twenty-four hours he became raw from  head to loot with a dreadful burning itch.1  Suffered agonies and could not lie down or  ���������it up. Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment  cured him In a single day.  Mrs.   Kate Brougham,  200  Dewey St.,  Bennington, Vt.:   Rash came on her baby  and soon turned to watery, crusted eczema  over face, head and body.   He was a fearful  sight and all attempts at euro were fruitless.  Vastly Improved In a week by use of Cuticura  Remedies and soon skin was clear and healthy,  Q. J. Dance, 27, New Road, Brentford,,  England: Tortured for five rears with bad  ikln disease.   Attended hospital five months  without success.   Covered with eruption. No1  sleep nor rest.   Felt like tearing himself to,  pieces with terrible Itching.   With first application of Cuticura Ointment was relieved and  got good night's sleep.  In a fortnight Cuti  cura Ointment cured him as if by magic. i  Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Ointment, Cuticura  Resolvent and Cuticura Pills are sold by druggists everywhere. Send to Potter Drug A  Chem. Corp., Boston. Mass.', for free 82-page  Putlcura Book on skin diseases.      ��������� -      J  pictures of still life (bat I really ougtit  to go into the furniture business.  That's a sample of the knocks I've  been getting."  "What do you really think about it?"  she asked in a low tone.  "About   my   own   work?"   he   said,  looking up quickly.  She nodded.  "I know it's rank trash���������no good," he  said honestly.  "Now you've made a new beginning. You can eliminate art. Why  don't you go into the furniture business���������design chairs and tables or sell  them���������or anything? You've got to  start somewhere, you know," she  urged.  "You don't know the disappointments I've had," he objected uneasily.  "A girl doesn't understand what it is  to have to face a blank destiny���������on an  empty stomach."  "You haveu't anybody but yourself  to take care of, aud I'm ashamed of  you.   So there!"  Marcus Eldredge looked down at the  graceful form iu bis doorway. It was  a strange situation. He who had been  isolated in the midst of the great city,  friendless and forsaken, seemed to  have found a friend in tin's eager, gray  eyed girl, who, passing his doorway,  had chanced to see him rehearsing his  cowardly part in the little tragedy he  had determined to play that New  Year's eve.  "I'm ashamed of myself," he said  suddenly. "I don't know what has  made me so blue utrfess"��������� He bit oil  the words and evaded the questioning  of her eyes.  "It's getting late, and I must be going.    I  wonder if you'd sell  me that  revolver!   I want it for a certain purpose," she said, ignoring his confusion.  He placed the weapon in ber hand  without a word, but as she dropped it  Into a little bag at her waist and drew  out_a purse he waved it away.  " "-Please do not.   No, I shall get along  all right. I understood why you bought  the revolver and I appreciate your delicate kindness, only you must not let  mn act more like a cad than I have  already done.   I can get a job as waiter in some of the restaurants till after  New Year's; then I'm going into the  furniture business���������going to butt right  in.   Wish me luck?"  "I do, most heartily," she said, happily holding out a small gloved hand  for bis large clasp. "I know you'll  succeed, and I hope you'll forgive my  presumption in speakings to you as I  have done. I opened your door by  mistake for the one on the floor above.  At the end of the new year I shall  send for you to come to me, and if you  want the revolver then you can have  it."  "I shall never forget your coming,"*  he said, bending low over her hand,  "and I shall uot fail to keep any appointment yon may do me the honor to  make." An instant later the door  closed and she was gone.  "By Jove! Tbiuk of a little slender  thing like that supporting berself!"  ejaculated Marcus as he paced the  narrow confines of his room. "Then  look nt a great hulking brute like me!  I make myself tired. Guess I'll look  up u waiter job this very night. No  time like New Year's eve In Gotham!"  Filled with new courage for the future, even though his cherished castle  of another life work had crumbled  about his ears, Marcus dug out his  suit case and left it with a convenient  uncle In the district,, who nt the same  time permitted hlni to don a rusty suit  of evening clothes. At the Qrst restaurant Into which he dodged he met a  distracted head waiter, who gladly set  hlni to work, and there was nol a happier fellow In New York city that  night than the hungry young man who  courageously started on lila new career by carrying ilelhious viands to  and fro for his less hungry patrons.  Two days afterward Marcus got a  Job wiih a furniture house. He sold f  chairs ond tables and other furniture.  He succeeded so well In the work that  he was promoted to more responsible*  positions, and finally he was sent out  on the road as a traveling salesman.  When the year drew to a close ho  was drawing n good salary and saving  money, for what purpose lie did not  admit to himself.    He bud  had one  groat and hitter disappointment during the year���������he hud never been able  to find any trace of the girl who had  so mysteriously appeared nt his door  that New Year's eve niul who had  fairly slung him Into a renewed Interest In life ami had challenged I lie dormant talent for money making that  bad been stifled hy his dalliance with  an art for which he had no real,  genius,  Mrs. Jones lircl disavowed any  knowledge of such a young lady as he  described. "It couldn't be Mamie  Brooks from the, room over yours."  said tho landlady indifferently, "for  Miss Brooks has got hair as red as  can be, and she ain't small and graceful.   She's stout and tall."  With that Marcus had to be content.  But il is needless to say he counted  the months as they flew by, hoping  for some word from the girl who had  actually saved his life from his own  destructive hand. She said slip would  send for him at the end of the year,  and ho was eager to meet her���������to tell  her he had cast aside his cowardly  despair and Imd put his shoulder to  the wheel of labor and was earning  success. lie had dreams, too, but  these he hardly dared foster.  Now Year's eve found him once more  In New York and again domiciled in  his little room at Mrs. Jones' boarding  house, although lie really had his headquarters iu a more fashionable section  of the city. He sat on the edge of tho  little bod and tried to relive the scene  of that other night a year ago and  tried lo bring up tlio same feeling of  despair, but iu vain. IIis heart sang  of nothing save work well done and a  hope that something greater might bo  his, for he had never ceased to think  of the girl who had called him a  coward.  There came a knock at his door, and  It flew open to reveal a messenger boy,  "Miss Danforth has asked me to fetch  you to her," said lhe messenger. Kl-  dredge grabbed his hat and went.  "Danforth" must be the name of his  mysterious friend.  He was scarcely prepared to be  taken to a fashionable uptown street,  where a trim maid admitted him to a  charmingly furnished room. A slender  form arose from a deep chair and came  toward him. As their eyes met in that  first eager glance there was much revealed of what u year's waiting had  meant to both of them.  "You have come for the revolver?"  she asked wistfully as she laid her  hand in his.  Marcus shrugged his shoulders and  laughed for pure happiness. "Not on  your life. See what you've done for  me, Miss Danforth! I owe everything  to your heavenly sympathy. You've  made a man out of me."  "I must explain how I happened to  be there. ' I was on my way up to see  Miss Brooks, a girl I had seen at the  settlement 'house, and 1 opened your  door by mistake," sho explained. "I  hope you have forgiven me."  "I'd forgive anybody tonight!" cried  Marcus happily. "I thought last year  was a bully one; but, Miss Danforth,  I wonder if you'd go out with me tonight and join the crowd���������and help me  to usli'.-r in what I feel is going to be  the h-ippiest year of my life?"  As they stood together in the shadow  of old Trinity and heard the chimes  nsher in the dawning year a new ligit  came Into Helen Danforth's eyes���������the  dawn of something that would make  this New Year the happiest in her life*  as well a9 his.  The one beam supports the Grain Box���������the Grain Box is not called upon to support the Driil.  Nothing Much  Madge���������Then you really believe in  nothing?  Softhead���������I believe in anything I  can understand.  Madge���������What    a    frightful  skeptic  TOOK THE ADVICE  OF HER FRIENDS  AND    DODD'S      KIDNEY .    PILLS  MADE  MRS.  PAINCHAUD  WELL  She inherited ill-health from her  parents, and for seven years was  a sufferer from Kidney and Heart  Trouble.  Whitworth, Temiscouta Co., Que.,  (Special).���������That she took the advice  of her friends ancl used Docklf's Kid-J  ney fills is the reason Mrs. Julien j  Painchaud of this place gives for the |  perfect health that shows in her!  every movement. j  "I inherited ill-lieallh from my par-1  cuts," Mrs. Paiticlmud says in iin interview. "For seven years my Heart  and Kidneys bothered me. 1 was always tired ancl nervous, I could not  sleep. My eyes had dark circles  round them, and were puffed and  swollen.  "I could hardly do my housework  when I was advised to try Dodd's  Kidney Pills. One box relieved tne of  pain, and six boxes made mc perfectly well."  Every woman who is feeling fugged,  fired and worn out, should use  Dodd's Kidney Pills. Tliey cure the  Kidneys, and every woman's health  depends on hor Kidneys. Healthy  Kidneys mean pure blood, and pure  blood carries new life to run clown  organs which supply the body with  energy.  If you're a suffering woman ask  your friends. They'll tell you out of  their own experience to use Dodd's  Kidncvs  Pills.  Real   Bargain  "I cannot marry you, I have promised my hand to someone else, so I  must return all your presents.".  "Good gracious, whatever can I do  with them now?"  "My fiance would buy them off you  at a slight reduction."  When two women got into an argument it becomes a continuous performance.  e   Uiroatt and   lunsa.  ������OIdlL  aeat*.  Mr. Woggs���������'Tin through with  Bump. I told hii'fi we are going to  name our baby after some great personage and asked' him for a suggestion."  Mr.-*. Vvoggs���������"What did he. say?"  Mr. Woggs���������"lie said: 'Name it after ours.' "  It Is Wise to Prevent Disorder.���������Many  onuses load to .disorders of the stomach  and few arc free from them.. At the first  manifestation that tho stomach and liver  are not performing their functions a  course of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills should  be tried, and it will he found that the  digestive) organs will speedily resume  healthy action. Laxatives and sedatives  arc so blended in these pills - that no  other preparation could be so effective as  they.  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada.  We Carry in Stock* Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our Stock.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  the West. We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg', Calgary and Regina Houses.      :      :  Most people have poetry in  souls���������but only ��������� a few have  enough to keep it there.  their  sense  "Take your needle, my child, and  work at your pattern; it will come out  a rose by-nnd-by." Life is like that  ���������one stitch at'a time taken patiently and the pattern will come out all  right like the embroidery.  LA GRIPPfRAVAGES  THE TROUBLE   SWEEPING   OVER  CANADA   IS AN  EPIDEMIC  Ballad of Good Camrades.  Oh, up the hill and clown the dale  The autumn breezes blow,  Ancl gold and scarlet on the gale  The ripe leaves whirling, go.  The year is drawing to its close  But  who   forgets   the  summer's   rose  When summertime lias fled?  The wind of fate will blow away  The years that conic lo all.  The rose of youth is fair today���������  Plow soon, its leaves will fall!  0,  dreams  that  perish all  too soon,  Sweet with the hopes unsung,  Can wc forgot life's.happy June���������  The days when we were young?  Good comrades of the morning time,  It nears the afternoon.  When life's brief day has passed its  prime  The sunset comes full soon.  But  friendship's  fire  is  burning  yet  To keep out twilight's cold,  And we���������we never will forget  The friends we loved of old I  ���������From   Pansies   and    Rosemary,  Ebon E. Eexford.  by  Thousands of people in small positions whine because their talents are  thrown away���������because their ablity  has no elbow-oom. It is not elbow-  room they need; it is "elbow-grease";  it is energy ancl strength. Their way of  whining shows they are too small for  the place they are in now. When the  right kind of a. person has too small a  place he does his work so well as to  make the place bigger.  ���������Le  Baron  Briggs.  "You don't make very good music  with that instrument," said the innocent bystander to the man behind the  bass drum, as the band ceased to  play.  "No," admitted the clmm pounder,  "but I drown a heap of bad."  Sinnick���������I hear that the craze for  motor cars has so increvsed the sale  cf a not previously popular book lhat  the publisher can't keep up with the  demand for it.  Minnick- indeed! What hook \?  that?  Sinnick���������'First  Aid   to Injured.'  Never judge a man by the big diamond in his shirt front; lie may have  married an actress.'  Weakened   and   Broken   Constitution?  Left   Behind���������How to   Regain  New Health and Strength  La Grippe is one of the most dangerous diseases that annually sweeps  over Canada. Tt starts wytli a sneeze  ���������a slight cold���������and ends with a  complication of troubles. It lays the  strong man on his back; it tortures  him with fevers and chills, with headaches ancl backaches. Its victims are  left low-spirited ancl depressed, and  an easy prey to bronchitis, pneumonia, rheumatism., ancl often that  most dreaded of all diseases���������con  sumption. You can avoid la grippe  entirely hy keeping the blood rich  and red l>v tlie occasional use of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. The trouble  takes as its victims those whose  blood is in a poor condition, and its  after-effects arc more dangerous and  more lasting than the trouble itself.  For the after-effects of la grippe  there is absolutely no other medicine  can equal Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  Every close helps to make rich, red  blood that .drives disease from the  system, and makes weak, despondent  men ancl women bright, cheerful ancl  strong. If you have suffered in any  way from the epidemic of la grippe  that has been sweeping over Canada,  give this great health-restoring medicine a trial, and it will not disappoint you. Here is proof of the wonderful power, of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills over the after-effects of this  disease. Mr. P. E.^ Paulin, collector  of customs at Caraquct, N.B., says:  "A few winters ago I had a severe  attack of la grippe, which completely broke me down. I had to take to  my bed for several weeks, and although during that time I employed  a doctor I did not seem to recover  from the trouble. I was left terribly  weak, did not sleep well, had night  sweats and little or no appetite. I  was really a physical wreck. On a  former occasion I had used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for general debility  with such great success that I decided to try them again. I sent for n  half dozen boxes and began to take  the Pills at once. When taking the  second box I began to feel quite n  change in my condition. I was able  to walk about the house and my appetite was improving. From that on  I gained strength every day and before the six boxes were done I was  able to return to the office and attend to my work. I have since enjoyed the best of health, and think  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills the best  medicine for trouble of this kind."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills not only  promptly cure the serious aftereffects of la grippe, but they make  well and strong all persons suffering  from any form of debility or general  weakness. These Pills have no laxative or purgative action; their mission is fo make new, rich, red blood,  and thus fortify and strengthen every  organ and every part of the body.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by  all medicine dealers, or sent by mail  at 50 cents a box or six boxes fc-v  $2.50 by addressing The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont  Fairville, Sept, 30, 1902.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������We wish to inform you  that we consider your MINARD'S  LTNTMENT a very superior article,  and we use it as a sure relief for sore  throat and chest. When I tell you  I would not, be without it if the price  was one dollar a bottle, I mean it.  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Inflammation of the lungs is the  companion of neglected colds, and onee  it finds a lodgment in tlie system it is  difficult   to   deal   with.    Treatment    with  guards"got tlie COlllC-alongs on him  Bickle's    Anti-Consumptive     Syrup     will',    eradicate the cold and prevent inflammation from setting in.. It costs little, and  is .as satisfactory as it is surprising in  its results.  I Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper  Judge Austin, who was among the  guests at-the. Law society banquet at  Bristol, told a story which shows the  power of a woman's tears in a court  of justice. One miserably cold night,  at the close of a long sitting of the  Bristol county court, a poor, shivering  woman,  with  an   ill-clad  infant  by local applications, a* they cannot reach the dls-  &aed portion of the car.    There Id only one way tt  111   lief   nrillS,   asked   Judge   Armstrong   cure deafness, and that toby constitutional remedies  i .      -.._ ., . .        ������ ������    Dcafrtcaa is pnuaM hv  *n (nrlumpH  mitriltlnn  nt thi  Show' me one of those old robber  castles of the Rhine," - commanded  the tourist.  "Robber castles?" echoed thc puzzled guide. ."Does the gentleman  mean a garage?''  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  to stay the execution against her  husband. Tears poured clown her  checks as she told a piteous story  of want, and his honor at once complied with her rcpuest. Drying her  eyes, she thanked him for the boon.  As she passed out of the court she  winked at the policeman at the door,  saying: "Had the old -chap that  time!."  The cheapness of Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator puts it within reach of all,  and it can be got at any druggist's.  Deafness is caused by an Intlaiaed condition ot tbi  mucous lining ol the Eustachian Tube. When- thi.-  tube Is ItiBamed you have a rumblln; sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it U entirely closed. Deaf  ness is the result, and unless the lnilaminatloa can bi  iakca out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine case*  out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothlns  but so Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaoes.  1 VVe will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of  Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured  by Hall's Catarrh Cure.   Send for circulars, fres.  r. J. CUB.VXV A CO.. Toledo. O  Sold by Drug*Uts, lie.  Take Hall's Faulty Pills lor <-o������itlt������tt������a.  Be ready in the golden now  To do a helpful deed,  And never let the chance go by  To meet a sister's need.  Don't wait until another time,  For she who waits may lose  The grandest chance of all her life;  It is not ours to choose.  -Eden K. Rexford.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Garget   In  Cows  In making, love or playing cards,  much depends upon the hands you  hold.  "They tell me," said the fair  widow, "that you arc a student of  human nature?"  "Yes," admitted the old bachelor,  "and I have also learned a few things  about women also."  H������!"������ S a  That  ANYONE  Can Use.  HOME DYEINC has  always  been more or  less of a difficult undertaking:- Not so when  you uso  wmmm  Send for Sample  Curd and Story  Booklet 90  The JOHNSON-  RICHARDSPN  CO.. Limited.  Montreal. Can,  ,    JUST THINK OF IT!  With DY-O-LA yon can color either Wool,  Cotton, Silk or Mixed Goods Perfectly with  thc SAME  Dye.    No chance of using the  WRONG Dye for the Goods you have to color.  Wouldn't   Buy  Visitor���������We're getting up   a   raffle  for a poor old man.   Won't you buy a  ticket.-'niv  dear?"  Sweet    Thing���������"Mercy,   no!    What  would I do with him if I won him?"  ���������Judge. ���������  SBleJUr (tops eoughc, ra-ca eo!d& baa _  &*>  throat and lnnon.' -   -   ���������  86 ���������������*������&  "Have you 'ever seen me act?"  asked the conceited thespian.  "No," replied the candid critic.  "I havo upon a number of occasions  seen you try to."  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  v7������������������     a ...,  :���������i      -ii       t      i -i      Always Serviceable.���������Most pills lose their  Your druggist will refund money if properties with age. Not so with Par-  PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any; melee's Vegetable Pills. The pill mass,ia  case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or; s������ compounded that their strength .and  Prnfr,,,!;��������� P.'lSl .������������������ ������ ��������������� u ,i������������������a     Kn���������    effectiveness, is   preserved   and   the .pills  can be carried anywhere without fear of  J losing their potency. This is a .quality  that few - pills possess. Some pills loso  their power but not so with Parmelee's.  They will maintain their freshness ��������� and  potency for a long time.  Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.   50c  "What happened to Babylon?" asked the Sunday school teacher.  "It fell!" cried the pupil.  "And what becams of Nineveh?"  "It  was destroyed!''  "And what of Tyre?"  "Punctured!"  Anyway, you never see a man wearing his diamond collar button at*the  back of his neck.  The Great-West Life Assurance Co-  twelve points SUGGESTED BY ITS REPORT FOR 1910.  POINT NO.  I.  A large new business means that  a great many people have decided  that The Great-West Life is the  best Company. The Great-West  Life issued ��������� insurances of over  $14,000,000 in. Canada in 1910. a  new Canadian record.  W. N. U., No. 834.  In Sweet Accord  Seeing two navvies indulging in a  heated argument, -.a clergyman approached and asked of one of them.  "Why cannot you both be of the same  mind?"  "We arc," replied the man in corduroys,  "But you were arguing," protested  the-clerical.  "But. wn are both of the same  mind," replied the other. It's liko  this. I've got a fiver and, he thinks  he ain't a-going to get arf, and I  think the same as 'im."  POINT No. 2.  Thi3 was not the result of a spasmodic effort.   The Great-West Life  has been a leader in Canadian business in four successive years:  1907 $ 9,491,472  1903 9,098,706  1909 9,861,922  1910 14,369,955  POINT No. 5.  The investments of the Great-  West Life are the safest obtainable.  They are practically confined to  mortgages on real estate yielding 7  to 8 per cent, and are secure 1 hy  property worth niore than double  the amounts advanced.  POINT No. 9.  The policies of The Great-West  Life are clear, business-like docu-.  mentis, containing all possible privileges. A liberal Disability Clause '���������  insuring against disability from accident or disease is contained in all  1911 with-profit contracts.  Life has* a different meaning, a different riddle, a different reply for  each of us. There is not one sphinx,  hut many sphinxes���������as many as  there arc men and women. Wc must  all answer for ourselves. Pascal has  one answer, "Believe!" Moliero has  another, "Observe!" Thackeray's  answer is "Be good and enjoy!" but  a melancholy temperament was his,���������  Andrew Tiling.  POINT No. 3.  A largo increase in business iu  fore������ means that the policyholders  are pleased with the policies they  have purchased and are glad to renew them. The Canadian business  in force of the Great-West Life increased during 1910 by nearly $11,-  000,000���������another record.  POINT No. 6.  Next in importance is economy  of management. No other Canadian Company has lower expense  rates than the Great-West Life.  POINT No. 7.  It requires less effort and consequently less cost to sell Great-West  Life policies, because the premium  raves are the lowest and the profits  are the highest.'  Nothing succeeds like success:  POINT No. 10.  The following table illustrates  joino features of the Company's  business. 1910.       Increase.  Business issued  Hid revived....$14,914,548   4,329,540  Gain  in  bus,  in.   Force   ...    10,934.441   4,309,541  New Bus. paid  for        13,177,621   3,240,852  Assets        8,449,811   1,584,080  Surplus for protection of policyholders $1,801,777.  POINT No. 4.  The most important factor in producing profits in the interest rate.  An increase of two points in this  respect will enable any Company to  double Its profits.. The Great-West  Life's interest rate is higher thin  that of any otlior Company in tho  world.   It is 7 par cent. net.  POINT No. 8.  The following is an illustration of  the quinquennial profits being paid  in 1911 on the 20 Payment Life Plan  age at entry 35. '  Bonus. Cash. Five year  Policy issued in Reduction  1SO0  ? 07   $28.25   $ 6.15  Policy issued in  ���������1001       85     39.85      8.75  Policy Issued in  1890 :. 100    52.00     11.50  "POINT No." II.  Tho Directors of The Great-Went  Life are all- experienced busirieis  men particularly well qualified to  manage a Company investing in the  West.  A. Macdonald. J. H. Brock.-       .  Geo. F. Gait, P. C. Mclntyre,'  R. T. Riley, Geo.- R. Crowe,.  -  A. M. Nankin, A. Kelly,  Geo. W. Allan,   A. C. Flumerfelt,,  F. Nation, Sir Daniel H. McMillan.  POINT No. 12.  Detailed .figure's establishing ther  above statements are contained in  the Government Blue Book on In  surance, nnd in the Company's re.  ports. Write to the Company for  the 1911 Annual Report, and if you  state date of birth, complete information showing cost and benefits  will be sent.  immmmiaMsiSm  MUW>im> utom m')������uwuitwm THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  3  HIS RETIREiVIENT,  How a Famous Duelist Gave Up  the Practice.  By   F.  A.   MITCH EL.  [Copyright, "1910, by American Press Asso-i  elation,1  Count Andreas Mennerzek, a Hungarian who had fought many duels, after having safely come out of his 'fif-  toeutli encounter determined to retire  from the field. Ou doing this be resolved to give a banquet to those only  who could prove that they had participated in at least tive duels. Selecting  three of his frieuds, all of whom were  entitled uuder the condition to an invitation, he asked them to examine  the credentials of those who claimed  the right to he present  As l have said, the count proposed to  retire 'after his fifteenth encounter.  Some said that nt his twelfth be had  shown a lack of nerve, which was repeater and gp������*r.' upon him in his subsequent encounters, nnd that the reason why he intended to retire was that  he dare not continue iu the field. Ills  twelfth meeting was with a mere boy  barely eiglueeu years old. The challenge was sent with a statement that  the count had killed the challenger's  brother.   Whether it was the youth of  KVEBT MAN ROSE.  this his twelfth adversary or the circumstance of that adversary's fighting  to uveuge his brother or some superstition no one knew,- but Mennerzek  ehowed an extreme distaste for killing  the boy. intending to pink him. Buc  the youth fought so desperately that  -the count was finally obliged to run  him through to save his own life. The  youth did not die, but it was said that;  he would never recover from his  wound.  All these facts and encounters were  the talk of Vienna, and never was  there so much interest manifested. In  any function as "the immortal's" bau-  'quet -celebrating his retirement from  the field iu which he had so long held  the most conspicuous place. For two  months the committee examined credentials. Among the applicants was  oue woman. She had been out only  once, but claimed that for a woman to  fight a duel with a man was equivalent  ��������� to tbe record of "the immortal" himself. She declined to appear before  the committee, but suit a certificate  of n physician who had attended her  after her eucouuter lu which she bad  been wounded. The committee, all of  whom were gallant geutlemeu, unanimously voted to admit the applicant.  When the evening for the banquet  arrived Count Mennerzek received his  guests in uu anteroom communicating  with the banquet hall. He looked  about as if for some one and said:  "But 1 have been told that 1 am to  entertain a lady.   1 dou't see her."  "Sbe wrote, count," said one of the  invltfltloD committee, "that since a  woman would be out of place among  so runny men she would merely appear for a few minutes after coffee  Is served."  The host led the way iuto the banquet room aud stood ut his seat at the  head of the tuhle flanked by a man on  bis right who und fought the next  greatest number of duels���������thirteen���������  and on bis left !>y one who had fought  the next number���������eleven. The others  were arranged in accordance with  their records. One seat was not oc-  cupled-tlmt at the end of the table  opposite the count. It was reserved for  the lady.  For three hours there was the hum  of conversation, naturally about the  encounters of the conversers, while  the popping of corks'represented those  contests wherein pistols or rifles had  been used. In several cases men met  raeu who had been adversaries. It  was singular to hear tbem discuss in  n friendly way combats in which they  hud tried to kill each other. Then  there were those who had fought anil  hud never been reconciled. Despite  the Injunction of the host that every  mau should be every other man's  friend some of these glared at one an-  other as though they would like lo go  ' out again and settle their quarrel. One  couple attempted to leave the room  for such a purpose, but found themselves locked iu. The count hud foreseen that the meeting of so many men  who had so often fought might kindle  anew some smoldering flame and had  taken tbe necessary precautions.  Coffee had been brought on and had  been drunk and still the one guest  In whom was felt more Interem than  in an tne rest trvi'ttnir ������n.i am appi-nr,  Mennerzek. whose spirits were ut the  highest, called out to lite committee-  man who had told him lhe lady would  Join thorn nt coffee to know why she  did not appear.  "t told her. count." was the reply,  "that I could not uiiim������ the exact time'  :olTee would he nerved, but I thought  It would he til IU o'clock. She will  tie here at that hour."  There was soni-MliIng lu this light-  luff woman coimeited with the witch-  lug bour of night iluit added to tbe  ������������������est of her expected entrance. A clock  resting on u mantel over a broad lire-  place mar era the hour, ana many were  the glances cast at it hy the revelers.  When thi* hands were near the bour  of YZ every face was turned toward  the door' at which the guest would  enter. The count, who sat facing the  entrance, gave an order that the door  should be uu locked. This was done,  and the c-ouversatlou gradually dropped off until the cloi I- struck 12, when  It ceased entirely  A few minutes after 12 the door was  thrown open by a servnut, and the  lady stepped Into the apartment, Every  man rose.  The woman who was entitled to a  place among these duelists was about  twenty-five years old, of medium  height, a willowy figure and very dark  balr nnd eyes. She wore a cloak,  which she handed to the servant who  had admitted her. It was evident that  she had been benurlful and that her  beauty hud been lost by sorrow, for  her face bore unmistakable signs of  having suffered She advanced to the  vacant chair at the end of the table  opposite the host, and as she seated  herself the others resumed their chairs  Meanwhile the expression on the  count's face changed lo one of serious  unci eager curiosity. lie was the first���������  naturally the first sluco he was the  last���������to speak.  "Your face i3 familiar to me, madam.  May I ask where I have met you?"  The answer came icy cold:  "On the fleld.    It's lo my encounter  with   you   that   I   am  entitled  to  the  honor of a place among you here."  "Pardon tne; I have never fought a  woman."  "You fought one you thought to be a  beardless boy.   I was that boy."  The count started. A slight pallor  overspread his face. The woman continued:  "The duel you fought before that,  count, was with my husband the day  after our marriage.. I offered.my for  tune to any man .who would kill you  One ti'Ied to oblige me, but lost his  ��������� life iu doing so. Then .1' felt that it  was my own time to act. IVrsontiting  the.brother of:this man who tried .to  avenge me, I challenged you and was-  carried off the Held, as it was sup  posed, mortally woundi'd."  - There was a - pause. The clock on  the mantel ticked' loudly In the other  wise silent room. Then the woman  continued:  "As you see. I recovered. I was plan  Ding further effort to punish you for  your many crimes when I heard that  you were about to retire from the dueling field. I secured an Invitatiou here  in order that you might grace your retirement with oiie more victim. I have  a proposition."  The count continued to stare at'his  only woman guest, but did not.speak.  "Gentlemen." continued the lady, "1  nave uo formal challenge for our host.  I simply request that we-be furnished  with pistols and that some one of your  number will givp us a signal. We can  do so as we sit and with a large number of expert witnesses to see fair  play."  No one'spoke for a few moments;  theu the man on the host's right said:  '���������"Gentlemen, you bear the lady's proposition. It seems to me that we are  iu honor hound to accord her'the opportunity she asks provided our host consents to her terms."  "I will not light a woman," said the  count, almost with n groan.  "You xlitill Bght a woman." said the  lady, "or I will post-you as a coward  all over the capital."  All lookPd toward the count. It  seemed that he read the hand of fate  In the coming of this woman whose  life he had wrecked. He sat irresolute, as If trying to make up his mind  what to do, whether to sacrifice her  or himself. There wore too many witnesses for him to act any other part  than that of a man. lie could not kill  u woman bpfnre them, especially one  Iip had so iujured. If- he did not kill  her she would kill him. He must accept one or the other of these alternatives.  .   "Come,. count."   said   his  friend od  his right, "what is your decislouV"  "Bring the pistols." he replied in a  scarcely audible voice.  A smile of triumph lighted tbe face  of his adversary.  Oue of the guests -who was to stand  as second In au affair to come off In  the early morning had a case of dueling pistols within .reach. They were  brought. The count appointed one of  his guests to act for hira. and the lady  appointed another to act for her.  - But such action was superfluous.  The count knew that he was doomed  nnd It mattered not whether be was  or was not properly served. As for  the lady, she cared uot for ber life  provided she could kill the man who  had slain her husband almost at the  very bridal.  The pistols having been examined,  one was handed to the count, the  other to the lady. Oue of the guests  rose from his chair, holding a handkerchief in his hand.  "Are you ready?" he asked.  "Ready," said the lady in a Arm  voice.  The count gave the speaker a look  to signify that he was ready.  The handkerchief fluttered to the  table. A single shot rang out The  count foil dead. His weapon had not  '>een discharged.  KIDNEY TROUBLE  Suffered Ten Years���������Relieved in Three  Months Thanks to PE-RU-NA.  FIZEH.  C. B. PIZBR, Mt. Sterling, Ky., says:  "/ hnve suffered with kidney and  bladder trouble for ten years past ty  'Last March I commonced using  Peruna and continued for three months.  I have not used it since,m r hayo I felt  * pain."  Conclusive  Proof  An old. farmer was skeptical as to  whether people who were miles apart'  could really talk to each other over a  telephone wire.  One' day his wife went to make a  visit to a distant inond who had a  telephone in her house. During the  afternoon the farni"r visited a near  neighbor who also boasted a house  j telephone and who persuaded the  farmer to call up his wife as a little  surprise.  Following instructions he put the receiver to his ear, and, after the usual  preliminaries, he shouted:  "Hello, Jane."  Just then a flash of lightning caused  by the heat of the summer day struck  thc wire and he fell spiawling to the  floor.  "It's wonderful; that was Jane all  right."  '.'HE  UMPIRE  WAS  GAME.  Hadn't the Heart  Mr. Bristle (glaring at the applicant's shoes)���������What do you mean by  coming in like this, sir? There's  sonithing at the door for you to wipe  your feet on.  Applicant (thinking of thc gi ay-  headed doortender)���������Come now; it  would be a shame to assault a nice  old fellow like th.it.  "How far is it between those two  towns?" asked the lawyer. "About  four mil.s as lhe flow cries," replied  the witne.-is. "You mean' as the cry  flows." "No," put in the judge, "he  means as the fly crows." And they  all looked at each other feeling that  something was wrong.  Two failures met upon the road,  And muttered  : "Howdy-do!"  Said one: "I'm here because I bit  Off more than I could chow."  The other smiled a wei'.ry smile,  .���������  And said: "I'm here because .  I never tried to bite a Ihing  I feared 'twould hurt my jaws."  A schoolboy assigned to prepare an  essay on ducks wrote- "Tlie duck is  a low, heavy set bird, composed mostly of meat and featlicit, lie is a  mighty poor singei, having a hoarse  voice, caused by getting so many fiog'  in his neck. He lik*s the water and  carries a top balloon in his stomach  to keep lum from sinking. The duck  bus only two legs, and thoy are set  so far back on his running gears bj  natuie that they came pretty neai  missing his body. Some clucks when  they got big have curls on their tails  fuel hip called drakes. Diakes don'l  have to set or hatch, hut just loaf, go  swimming, and eat. Tf I was to be t  cluck I'd lather be a drake."  "Mother," said a small boy during  his first visit to the opera, "why does  father go out after each act?"  "Hush���������he goes out for opera-  glasses, my dear."  Squire���������"I hear you are getting the  pension, Pat?"  "Yes."'  "A crown,  I suppose?"  "No, sir; I got two."  "How's tlii't?"  "Well, sir, 1 got one on my head and  the'other in my hand."  The great secret of the enormous  yield of French farms lies in the.  high state of perfection to which tlie  agriculturists of that country have  brought their top soils.  The world's record for potato growing recently was broken in a competition in Derbyshire, England, when 2*23  pounds were raised from a single  pound if seed, cut into 80 sets.  Tlio most obstinate corns a>:d warts  fail to resist Hollo way's Corn Cure.  Try it.  Mr.  Meakins (who is boarding out  for a few days)���������"By the  way,  Mrs.  Perkins.    I must confess the mutton | spells were, completely gone, a  we had had  for dinner today is not: again enjoying good healtli."  Do Not Dose With Purga-  tives--A Tonic is All  You Need  Not exactly sick���������but not feeling  quite well. That's the way .mosi  people feel in the spring. Easily tired,  appetite fickle, sometimes headache:  and a feeling of depression. Pimple.--  or eruptions may appear on the skin,  or there may be' twinges of rheuma  tism or neuralgia. Any of these indicate Unit the blood is out of order;  that the indoor life of wihtc-r has left  its mark upon you, and'may easily de  velop into more serious trouble. L'on't  dose yourself with purgatives as manj  people do, in the hope that you cai  put your blood right. Purgatives gal  lop through the system and weaken  instead of giving strength. Any do.-toi  will tell you this is true., What you  need in the spring is a tonic that will  make new blood and. build up th'-  nerves.. Dr. Williams.' ��������� Pink Pills if  the only' medicine that can do this  speedily", safely ancl surely. Every dos.  of this medicine hvlps make new  blood, which clears'the'skin, strengthens the appetite, ancl makes tired,  depressed men' and women bright, active and strong. Miss Mary Baker,  Tancock. N.S., says: '"Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills have been a great blessing  to inc. Last year while I was attending school'I became so weak and completely- run clown that I thought 1  would have to give up going to school.  I. was affected with dizzy" spells and  would fall down at any time. I got  half a dozen boxes of Er. Williams'  Pink Piils and before they were hah  gone 1 felt my strength returning. B\  the time I "had used them all, the dizz;  nd I was-  And He Made the Kickers Play Out  the Last Inning.  Speaking of the doings of the veteran umpires, nn old timer claims that  Honest John Kelly is entitled to the  record for freak doiugs among the Indicator handlers. Back lu the American association days, In a game played  on the old Union grounds Id Allegheny, Galvin was pitching for Pittsburg  against Casey of the Athletics Kelly  was the umpire. Iu the ulntb Inning,  with the score 0 to 0 in favor  of the Athletics, the first man up for  Pittsburg made a home run hit to center, and the visiting team at once set  up claim that It was too dark to play.  The center fielder came all the way  In ancl preteuded that he could not see  the ball in the gathering darkness.  "Here," said Kelly; "give me a glove,"  and with that he started for center  field. "I'll see how dark It is out there."  he said. "Yon, Casey and Galvin. bat  me out a few." Players and spectators gasped, hut Kelly made good his  bluff. lie went out to deep center  and. with lhe smoke of the mills lying  low about him. actually caught ten or  fifteen long Hue drives and high Hies  from the bats of tbe two pitchers without missing one.  Then the umpire came In and, taking  off his glove, said: "Play ball. If I can  see 'em out there, .vou fellows can."  The game was resumed, and the Pltts-  burgs won in a great b.itting rally by  G to 5.  G-TO NI.G  Miss Ella Muriel Wood,' cf Browns-  ���������ille, Ont., says: " Twu ysais ago I was  going into a decline. I could hardly  drag myself acrobs tho floor, I could uot  sweot tho cirpet. It I went for a rlrive,  I had to I'.o down -when I came back;  if I went for a mile on my wheel I was  too weak to lift it through ths gateway,  ������nd last timo I cams in from hiving*a  spin I dropped utterly helpless from  fatigue. My father would-give ms no  peaoe until I secured PSYCHINE,  knowing it was excellent for dcoline or  weakness. I must say the results ar������  wonderful and peoplo remarked my improvement. Instead of a. little, pale,  hollow-cheeked, listless, melancholy girl,  I am to-day full of life, ready for a  ���������Ieigh-ride, a skating match, or an  ���������T������ning party with anyone, and a few  months ago I could not struggle to  church, 40 reds from my home. I have  nerer had ths slightest cause to fear  any return of the disease."  For sale by all Druggists and Dealers,  50c and $1.00  Dr. T. A.  Slocum   Limited,  Toronto  WET AND DRY  MOONS.  Old Superstition and Cold Facts From  the Astronomers.  There is an old superstition which  dies hard, and that Is that the position of the horns of the uew moon  tells what the weather will be. If tinhorns of the crescent are on the same  level it will hold water, aud hence it  is a dry moon, but if it is tipped up  then the water will, run out. aud it is  a wet moon. ��������� .-  One thing has' .helped keep this belief alive.   The moon  is "dry" in the  part of the spring that is usually fair.  _ while It is "wet" during the season of  autumn rains.  If this were a sure sign of the  weather we could have our predictions published many years in advance, for an astronomer can predict  the exact position of the moon at any  time iu the future.  The cause for the different positions  of the crescent is simple. The moon is  south of the suu la the autumn and  north of it in spring.' The crescent is  found by tbe light of' the sun falling  on the moon, aud the horns are naturally in a Hue perpendicular to the direction of lhe sun from the moon.  That is all there is to this old superstition.  the kind of meat to which I have been  accustomed."- Mrs. Perkins: "Werry  likely not, sir.   I alwis gits the best."  ���������nlokly stops coughs,  tke  throat and  Inasa-  9  eolds,  heals  ���������  ib cents.  In the more remote parts of. rural  Roumania, there nre more than 50,-  000 cave dwellings, inhabited by more  than 250,000 peasants, with arrangements almost as primitive as in the  stone age.  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six box^s foi  $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medi  cine Co., Brockville, Ont.  ir  "You   a  doctor!    Why,- nobody  their senses would employ you!"  Perhaps not, but I'm going to be *  doctor for lunatics!"  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  with LOCAL APPLICATION'S, is they cannot resell      . ,    - , ,  the seat of the disease.    Catarrh Is a blood or constl-   tlOIl  ior  .1 COICI  tutloaal disease, and In order to cure It you must take ;    Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous  surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure la not a quacK medicine. It was prescribed by one ol the best physicians  in this country for years and Is a regular prescription.  It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined  with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on tbe  mucous surlaccs. The perfect combination ot the  two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send tor testimonials, free.  F. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Props.. Toledo, O,  Sold by Druggist*, price 79c.  Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.  Stop the Cough.���������Coughing is c-usec'  by irritation in the respiratory pass  ages and is the effort to dislodge ob  structions that come from inflammn  tion of the muscous membranes  Treatment with Dr. Thomas' Ecleetrii  Oil will allay the inflammation ancl ii  conscuence the coiigh will cease. Tn  it, and you will use no other prepara-  "I trust, Miss Smith," remarked a  persevering young man, as he rose to  depart, "that I have not taken up too  much of your valuable time?"  "Not at all," replied the girl. "The  time you have taken up has been of  no value to me whatever, I assure  you!"  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  One Scotch casualty insurance company is offering policies   to   aviators,  i while another will  extend  all future  Policies to cover the risk of aviation  and ballooning.  Oh,  Piffle  There was a young man from the west  Who loved a young lady with '���������.est.  So hard did he press her  To make hor say "Yes, sir,"  That he broke three cignrs in his vest.  Send for free sample to Dopt. N.U., Nn.  tional Drug & Chemical Co., Toronto.  Joe-���������"I have got a good job at last,  Ben, me boy."  Ben���������"What be doin'?"  Joe���������"Oh, I'm a cashier in a p'lice  orfis, Joe, and a rattling good job it  iS."-,';.   '   '���������-  Ben���������"A cashier in a p'lice orfis,  Joe. What's that? I never 'card of  that afore.   What's yer dooty?"  Joe���������"Duty! I counts the coppers  as they comes in."  "I suppose," said the cynical bache  lor to the young bride, "that your  husband's love is fiprv:liot?"  "Well." admitted the bride, " 'tain't  so hot that it will kindle the morning  fire."    ���������  Confucius.  Confucius regarded his own life as a  failure. He spoke against ambition,  .yet he coveted high office, nothing less  than that of political adviser to some-  great ruler. A man of the highest  lineage in China, be was yet poor and  early supported himself by teaching.  His pupils showed him an extraordi:  nary devotion. The. pick of the young  men la his native state of Lu sat at  his feet, and it was they who transmitted his tremendous influence. But  Confucius saw uot his Immortal success, but his temporal failure. Only  for nfew brief years did circumstances  permit him to exercise his practical  genius for government. He became  first a magistrate, then chief criminal  judge In Lu. and, to quote Professor  Legge, "crime ceased." Confucius,  however, became dissatisfied with the  ruler whom he served. ��������� a weak man  who neglected his duty and gave him-'  self up more and more to dissipation,  so he resigned his post and banished  himself.���������London Spectator.  Address:���������  CANADIAN  SWENSONS  If you have land tn'olear, no matter where it is, with stumps, standing trees or snwill  bush.,alders or  willows, we h>ave the nMtchii'e and-'  apparatus for doing t.he work, and  we     sell    our    machin-e     on    'a  guarantee   that   H   will   work  faster, be easier and nic-re comvemdent  than   any  othej   maahiine   on   the.'  numkot.    It is  also tlie oinly MaI-  loaible Iron  Stump rnaefhine mwde. -  Do not foci away time and money,  with old dilapidated oast iron nwi-  cMncs.   If you writ* for Catalogue  "S" you will  get  full  particulare.  TED, LINDSAY, CANADA.* van  I was cured of Acute Bronchitis bv  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Bay of Islands.   J. M. CAMPBELL.  I was cured of Facial Neuralgia by  MTNARD'S LINIMENT.  Springhill, N.S.        WM. DANIELS  I was cured of Chronic Rheumatism  bv MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Albert Co., N.B.     GEO. TINGLEY.  Do It Now.���������Disorders of thc digestive apparatus should he dealt with at  once before complications arise that  may be difficult to cope with. The surest remedy to this end and one that is  within reach of all, is Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, tho licit laxative and  sedative on tho market. Do not delay,  but try them now. One trial will convince anyone that they are the best  stomach regulator that can be got.  An Educational Mistake  Pond Mother���������See here. Miss Teacher, I want my girl to have everything  proper about her schoolin'.  Teacher���������Well, hasn't she, madam?  Fond Mother���������No, she hasn't.    She  just told me she's studyin' them common nouns.���������������������������Baltimore American.  What Smythe Did  "Once upon a time there lived a  good man who was soliciting contributions for the erection of nn orphan  asylum," said thc story-teller. "He  had been to many rich people and received liberal contributions, which  were entered in a book he had for  that, purpose, Among these many  names appeared 'Mrs. Robert Smythe.'  The good man went to Mr. Smytrie's  office, and, showing him the contri-  mution entered by Mrs. Smythe, asked if he would not give a like sum.  And what do you suppose he did?"-  "Well, I suppose he doubled it," remarked  a listener.  "Doubled it? Not Rupert!" exclaimed the teller of the story. "Why,  he simply took his pen and wrote,  'Mr. and' before his wife's name and  handed thc book back."  "To what do you ascribe your success in acquiring money?"  "Partly to the success of other men  in letting go of it," replied the great  financier.  In its initial stapes a cold is a local  ailment easily dealt with. But many  neglect it and the. result is often the  development of distressing seizures of  the bronchial tubes and lungs that  render life miserable for the unhappy  victim. As a first aid there is nothing  in the handy medicine linn so certain  in curative results as Bickle's Anti-  Consumptive Syrup, the far-famed  remedy for colds nnd coughs.  Don't Give Up.  Among some skaters was a boy so  small aad so evidently a beginner that  his frequent mishaps awakened the  pity of a tender hearted if not wise  spectator.  "Why, sonny, you are getting all  bumped up," she said. "I wouldn't  stay on the ice and keep falling down  so; I'd just come off and watch the  others."  The tears of the last downfall were  still rolling over the rosy cheeks, but  the child looked from his adviser to  the shiniug steel on bis feet and answered, half indignantly:  "1 didn't get some new skates to give  up with; 1 got 'cm to learn how with."  Life's hard tasks are never sent for  us "to give up with;" they are always  Intended to awaken strength, skill and  courage in learning how to master  them.���������Selected.  Narrow Escape.  She--Of course he bored me awfully,  buf'I (lon't tu,uk ' showed It. Every  time I yawned I just hid it with my  baud. He (trying to be gallaut)���������Really I don't see how a baud so small  eould-er��������� hide ��������� er ��������� that Is ��������� beastly  weather we're having, isn't It?  A pure Fruit Jelly Powdei���������]ust the  finest pure Calves Foot Jelly flavored  only by tbe pure fruit  Pore Gold Jelly Powders  (Trail Msrk Kefistered)  Offer you "Better Quillty" on the table  Our Book of Recipes Sent Free  Let ul Mad you our viluiblc little book "Thi  Secret of Delicious Deticrts." It tells you how  to nuke any number of dainty desserts and delicious iiladi in rery little time aud almost no  trouble st all,  Pure Gold Mig. Co., Limited  Toronto  ���������less work In tbe kitchen.  56a  Samslaa on Roquoat  fiend us 10c in stamps to pay packing and postage and let ui seed you  gcntroui samples of our Vanilla  and Lemon Extracts and a small can  of Baking powder. Mention your  gown and desler'i name aad addresa.  A Little Consideration  A few more smiles of silent sympathy, a few more tender words, a  little more restraint in temper, may  make all tho difference between happiness nnd hali-hiippinei'S to those I  live with.���������Stopford Brooke.  W. N. U., No. 788.  Told Often Enough.'  "1 ought to know what is right aud  proper."  "Sor  "Yes; I've tbree grownup daughters  at   home   to  tell   uie."-Detroit   Free:  Press.  An Encouraging Message  An Old Saying Amended.  The   Mao-Won't   you   marry   me,  then?    Bachelor  (Jlrl-Certalnly  not!  When singleness Is bliss 'tis folly to  be wives.���������Illustrated Bits.  A mau mnut be excessively stupid  an well as uncharitable who believes  there Is no virtue but on his own side.  ���������Addison. i  Located  Mr. Brown, looking for his wife,  asked the cook:  "Bridget, can you tell mc of my  wife's whereabouts?"  Bridget, evidently embarrassed, hesitated before replying. "I think they  are in the wash, son-,"  What St. Peter Said  A shade bustled up lo St. Peter.  "My cood unit!," be said, "will you  tell me where I must go to procure  souvenir postcards?"  And SI. Peter (eyeing him sourly),  told him whore lie could go.1'  I have a message of hope and tjoort cheer, of encouragement  ������nd Inspiration to every suffering woman. 1 have endured the  torture due to female troubles and the consequent despondency  and mental airony almost to the point of despair, and I hav������  been restored from this condition to a state of vigorous health,  and to the happy, exhilarating frame of mind which accom-  .panies physical well belnr. This uhunge has been brought  about wholly by the. use of ORANGE  LILY.  In addition I have hud the privilege and pleasure of inducing multitudes of other sufferitii; women to give ORANGE  LILY a trial, and have received thousands of enthusiastic acknowledgments of the blessing's It lias brought to them. Th*  followlnc Is a sample:  Truro, N. S.,'April 6, 1909.  Dear Mrs. Currah,���������Your very kind letter wns received yesterday. Jn reply to your question about my health, I am  thankful to say that I am very well. As I have never flrsn  you a statement of my case you inny be Interested in It.  For several years I have suffered untold agony. This suffering was continuous,  but I would have violent attacks every few weeks, oach attack lasting several  days. The first Sunday in November. I felt .the pain Increasing and so did not go  to prayers. The rent of the family did go, and soon after the forcing down pains  seired me and I had to remain on the floor until their return. 1 was In groat  pain all night and was very sick for a whole week.  Then Mrs, h. came to see me and told mo of your wonderful medicine. I got  my husband to send for it right away, as I was too sick to write myself. (My  doctor could do nothing for me.) I have used 6 boxes of ORANGE LILY, have  had three months of good rest, and am now well, never better in my life. I have  r.ot had the old pains since. I often *s\t my husband If it is myself that is going  around and doing my own work. 1 can scarcely believe It. It brings tears of Joy  to my eyes.   I could shout It to all the world.   I cannot speak enough in Its praise.  Your friend, MRS. E. H. P.  <t Recelvinrr, as 1 do, dozens of such reports carh day. I feel impelled to mak#  known to my suffering sisters the merits of ORANGE LILY. It differs from  other so-called remedies In that It is not taken internally. It Is a strictly local  treatment, and Is applied directly to the affected organs. Its curative cloments  arc absorbed Into the congested tissues, expelling the stagnant foreign matter  which has been Irritating the membrane and oppressing the nqrves, and a grow-  K feeling of physical and mental relief ia noticeable almost from the start. It  Is a positive, scientific remedy, and even if you use no more than tho Freo Trial  treatment  you  will  b������ very materially  benefited.  FREE TRIAL. OFFER  I vant every render of this, who  suffers In any way from painful  monthly periods, irregularities, leu-  corrhoea, Inflammn tion or congestion  of the womb, pnlna In the hack, etc.,  to send me their addresses, and I  will forward at once, without charge,  10 days' treatment. If your enso is  not far advanced It may entirely cure  you. and In nnv event II will do you  much good. I am ������o earnest In making this statement, and so positive  that It I-" true, that I trust every  '.RUffereiC'Y'ho' reads this notice will  take advantage of my offer and get  cured  at  home,  without  a  doctor's  __ .   bill.   Address, enclosing 3 stamps, MRS. FRANCES E. CURRAH, Windsor, Ont.    ������  ?"���������'~'!L3fcB  bIzM?^  US  W^wmmi  m  sslylslli&^i.  mm  ^rt5ftv������i*^cj8  ..,w^*������$  S*>-**^3g t&mew  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ^swmmsmmmamma  ON    PARLE   FRANCAIS.  GREENWOOD,   B. C.  The Really Best House in the Boundary,  Recently Remodeled and Strictly Up-to-  Date.     Restaurant in Connection.  ROY & BOYER  PROPRIETORS.  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  Till"   KOOTENAY    SALOON  Sandon, B. C, has a line of nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any mountain town bi the Great West. A  glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits menti.  NJKWMAKKKT   HOTKT,  Is the homo for all tourists and  millionaires visiting1 New Den-  vor,'British Columbia.  Ilonvy Stogc Propr.-  "Unequalled for Domestic Use."  ANALYSIS OF WATER.  Chlorine    8.14  Sulphuric Acid  363.43  Silica    74.29  Lime  84.57  Alkalies as Soda   5.91  Magnesia  232.00  Lithia  .86  Suloburctted Hydrogen 32.00  Has recently been thoroughly  renovated "and ro-furnished, and  is now the greatest health rc-  M sort upon the continent. Nat-  '""���������' ural hot water in baths, 1 j.j degrees of heat.:,A course of baths  at Halcyon will euro nervous  and muscular.diseases and eliminate rheumatism and.uictnlic  poisons from the system. The  water heals liver, kidney and  stomach complaints. The rates  are $2 a day up; or ^12 weekly  up. Postoflice, express and telegraph offices in connection.  THE   PKOVINCK    HOTEL  Grand Forks, is a largo, three-  story brick hotel that provides  tho public with good meals and  pleasant rooms. A new building1  but the same old rates  Kmll JLnrson, Proprietor,  THIS   KASLO   HOTKI,  Kaslo,  13. C���������   is a   comfortable  .home for ali who travel to that  ' city.  Cockle & Papwortn.  SHERISKOOKK   HOUSE  Nelson; 13 C One minute's walk  from C. P. It station. Cuisine  unexcelled; Well heated ancl ventilated.  Iloj-ot- I'l'os., Vroiirletor  PUBLIC NOTICE.  TUKMONT    HOUSE  Nelson, Pi, C, is run on the American and European plan. Steam  heated rooms. All whito labor.  Special attention paid to clinin<r  room.  KiinxoitKt���������& Campliell, 1'ropH  WUim Boyd, Proprietor,  Ralcyon, B. 0. g  LAKKVJEW    HOT HI.,  in Nelson, B. C, employs all  white help and is a home for the  world at Jl.OOa day.  Nup. Malletto, Proprietor.  PHOENIX, B. C  Ib opposite the Great Northern depot and is a delightful  haven for the weary traveler. Great veins of hot water  run through the entire house, and bathrooms are always at the service of those in search of material  cleanliness. The dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,  while the artistic appointment of the liquid refreshment  makes the drinks go down like eating fruit in a ilower  garden, The sample rooms are the largest in the rnonn-  tains and a pleasure to drummers  with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL        -       -        PROPRIETOR H  STARKEY & CO.  nelson, b. c.  wholesale  dealers in  Produce   and   Provisions  With a view to'the better preservation  of the Public Highways the attention of  the public is herewith directed to the  provisions of THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT: AMENDMENT ACT which enacts as follows:���������  "It shall be-unlawfiil for any person to  cause to be drawn or driven oujiny of  the public highways of that portion of  the Province of British Columbia situate  east of the Cascade range of Mountains,  any wagon or other vehicle carrying a  load in excess ���������f that .mentioned in  Schedule 'A' hereunto annexed.  '   SCHFDULEA.  Wagons and 4 wheeled vehicles shall  not carry a load in excess of the following:���������  On tires under 3 inches....... .2,000 lbs.  On tires 3-inches in width and under 4  inches 3,000 lbs.  On tires 4 inches in width and under 5  inches.........'......,..... .6,000 lbs.  On tires 5 inches in width and over   6,000 lbs. and over.  AND NOTICE is hereby given that  the Act in every respect must be strictly  complied with.  Any person guilty of an offence against  this Act shall .upon''summary conviction  thereof before a Justice of the Peace be  liable to a penalty not exceeding Fifty  Dollars. "   Do not draw logs or timber over highway. .Vehicles meeting ought lo..turn to  the left. A vehicle 'overtaken ought to  turn to the left, A vehicle overtaking  another ought to turn to the right.'  W. G. McMYNN,  Government Agent.  Greenwood, May 19th, 1010.  ������*��������� v j*" if* j*" k* V a? j-r tf" *f jf jf tc i? v ac  &  V.  V.  V,  A  "ft  '{.  fc  fc'  ���������ft  'fc  fc  ft  ������������������*>  CO., LT'D.  Leaves Mother .Lode  9,30 a.  m.  6:30 p. m. .  Leaves Greenwood  2:00 p.  m.  8:30 p.  m.   '  9", Saturday last stage leaves  t*j Motlier'Lode 6 p. m. Returning,  9> leaves Greenwood 10 p. tn.-  Greenwood Office  iNORDEN   HOTEL  & JX ���������** JX jX JX JX JX JX Jit JX JX J* 'J* JX JX JX  J. R. CAMERON,  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.  KASLO,    B.   C.  NOTICE  M  The Argo Mining  and Tunnel Oo.  Samples of Ore from some  of the claims owned by the  Company may been seen on  exhibition in various places in  E. W. WIDDOWSON, ASSAYER  AND CHEMIST���������Charges: Gold, silver, copper or lead, SI each: g-old-  silver, $1.50; silver-lead, SI.50; gold-  silver, with copper or lead, $2.50; zinc,  jS'2; ailver-lean-zinc, .-$3. Prices [for  other metals on application. Longdistance''phone 67. P. O. Box, BII08,  Nelson, B. C.  OLA  LOFSTAD,   President  LOWERY'S CLAIM  During the 87 months that Lowery'a  Claim was on earth it did business all  over the world. It -was the' most  unique, independent ond fearless journal ever produced in Canada. Political  and theological enemies pursued it with  the venom of a rattlesnake until the  government shut it out of the mails,  and its editor ceasad to publish it,  pai'tly on account of a lazy liver and  partly because it takes a pile of money  to run a paper that is outlawed. Ihcre  are still 25 different editions of this condemned journal in print. Send 10cents  and get one or $2 50 and get the bunch.  R. T. LOWERY,  Greenwood, B. C  Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to the 22nd day of April, 1911,  at 5 p. m., for the purchase of Block 27,  Subdivision of Lot No. 541, Group one,  New Westminster District, situated in  the City of Vancouver, and being tlie site  of the old Provincial Court House. ' Each  tender must be enclosed in a registered  letter and must be addressed to the  undersigned, and plainly marked "Tender for old Vancouver Court House Site,"  and must be accompanied by an accepted  cheque for ten per cent, of the first payment of the purchase money. Payment  for the property will he accepted in instalments of one-quarter of the purchase  money. The first of such instalments to  be paid within thirty clays after the acceptance of the tender, and the other  three annully thereafter, with interest at  the rate of six per cent, per annum. In  the event of the person whose tender is  accepted failing to complete the first instalment within thirty days of the notice  of such acceptance the sale to him will be  cancelled and his ten per.cent, deposit  forfeited. The cheques of unsuccessful  tenderers will be returned. The highest  or any tender will not necessarily be  accepted. No commissions of any kind  will   be  allowed.  WILLIAM R. ROSS,  Minister of Lauds.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B. C, March 7th, 1911.  A Live Firm  We would call the attention of our  readers to the advertisement on page  tnrce of this issue, of Messrs. Dow,  Fraser & Co., of Vancouver, who  carry on a (jcneral real estate, fire insurance and financial business throurrh-  out the province. The authorized  capital of this firm is 8250,000, of  which $85,000 is paid up. On all  savings deposits they allow interest of  4 per cent, per annum, credited  monthly, and on time deposits 5 per  cent.. All deposits are subject to with  drawl by cheque. The firm has been  established in Vancouver since 1900,  and has built up a good clientage.  They make a specialty of handling investments, with absolute security to  the investor. If any of our readers  are looking for information, a Jine  dropped to the firm, to their head office at 321 Cambie Street, will bring a  prompt answer.  A Gruesome Story.  The Vienna Ziet prints a Tashkent! dispatch declaring- that all  but two members of a wedding  party of 120 persons" were devoured by wolves while traveling  by sledge from Ostipoff, Asiatic  Russia, to Tashkend.   -  The two survivors'who reached  Tashkend said that in the last,  stages of their flight they thiew  the bridegroom and his bride to  the wolves. The survivors demanded that the bridegroom sacrifice his bride.. He refused; and,  then both were thrown out to fill  the mouths of the animals.  The party started on the trip in  22 horse sledges and were only a  short way oa their journey when  attacked by hundreds of wolyes.  The men, the ��������� survivors say.  threw out the women and children first.  Cough Insurance  ��������� Insure .yourself against colds  and coughs with a 85 cent bottle of  Just now it looks as if in a  short time British Columbia is to  have a very important industry or  perhaps it were more correct to  say a collection of industries, incident upon the discovery of gypsum on the Thompson river. Already the sum of $50,000 has been  expended on the development of  the work. The* works will be  located at Spatsum, on the main  line of theC. P. R., 12 miles east  of Spence's'Bridge, The deposits are situated on the north side  ot. the Thompson and are reported  to surpass any others iu Western  America.  . of Tar and  Cod Liver Oil  This famous  preparation is not  only a cure,, but  a preventive of  throat and lung  troubles. Take it  in time.'  It is the most successful Cough Remedy in Canada.  Large bottle 35 cents; all dealers.  J. T.. Matblcii Co., Prop'g.  Sherbruofae, Que.  Q.Q-IO  Distributors for Western Cunndu���������  FOLEY IIIMS., LARSON & COMPANY  Winiii|ieir, Kdmnnloti, Vancouver, HaskaUion  IB THE CsREATEST  THEATRICAL i SHOW PAPER  ���������     IN THE WORLD.-  $4,00 Per Year.    Single Copy, 10 Cis.  ISSUED WEEKLY.  Sample Copy Free.  FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd),  ALBERT J. 1IOBIE, I'lll'LISIflSKS,  MiNAaBU. 47 \Y. 2STH St., New Yobb^  A Rival to the Canal.  IP. BURNS & G0.J  1.  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats,. Fish,,  and Poultry. Shops in nearly all the  towns of Boundary and Kootenay.  COPPER STREET, OREENWOOD  7  SMOKE....  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.    Made by  J. C. THELIN & CO., NELSON.  Take your Repairs to  A. D. MORRISON, GRAND FORKS  THE LEADING JEWELER  of the Boundary District  GREENWOOD and  MIDWAY STAGE  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 7 a. m., and for Oroville at 2:30  p. m. Archie Qillis.  CITY  Baggage transferred' to  any part of the City. Furniture moved to any part of  the District. General Dray-  ing of all kinds.  The Best Arranged Cigar Factory 5  at the Coast, whern the 8  B.C., Old Sports,  and the Famous (Clear Havanas)  are turned out in larger quantities  than ever.  SOLD ALL  OVER  PROVINCE  Made by WILBEEG & WOLZ  g       Now Westminster, B.O.      e  Frank Fletcher  Pbo-vinoial. Land Surveyob,  Melaoa, B,. G.  About Float  Float is' not a periodical.  It is a book containing 86  illustrations all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life.   It  tells how a gambler cashed  in after the flush days of  Sandon ,* how it rained in  Kew Denver  long   after  Noah was dead ;   how a  parson took a  drink   at  Bear Lake in early days ;  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo   in  '93;   how the  saloon man outprayed the  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically    depicts   the  roamings   of   a   western  editor among the tender-  feet in the cent belt.   It  contains the early history  of Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In   it are   printed three  western poems, and dozens of articles too numerous to mention.   Send for  one before it is too late.  The   prico   is   25   cents,  postpaid to any part of the  world.    Address  all   letters to  /?. T. Lowery  GREENWOOD, B. C.  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  A SITTING of the County Court of Yule will  be liolden a.t the Oonrt House, Greenwood,  on  Tuesday  tlio 33th day   of June,  1011, at  eleven o'clock in the forenoon.  By order,  XV. G. ireMYNN,  Registrar C. C. of Y.  Get your Razors Honed  and your Baths at  Frawley's  Barber /.  Shop, Qreenwoodh  New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol, VIII., issued May, 1909, contains  1,500 pages, with nearly 50 per cent,  more matter than the preceding-edition.  The-'chapters with mine descriptions  and on statistics have been carefully  revised .and the bulk of the matter  therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapters.  Coyering Copper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, Impurities,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,Terminology  Deposits by Districts, States,Countries  and Continents, Mines in Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  etc.;  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  The Copper Handbook contains, in  this new and greatly enlarged edition,  about 50 per cent, more matter than  thc Bible���������though not necessarily a  better book because of its great bulk.  It is rilled with FACTS of vital importance to.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  Ratification of a contract between the Panama government  and Balboa and Pacific Estates,  Ltd., of London, is expected at  an early date in the Panama assembly, says the Canadian Trade  Review. It will provide for a  railroad from end to end of the  Republic. It is the project long  considered under the title of the  Darien Line. It is to open up  [ the virgin, country on the Pacific  slope and parallel that coast, One  day it will be an important link  in the inevitable line linking  North and South America. The  United States is watching with  an anxious eye this British invasion. Ratification of the contract  will give Great Britain a foothold on the isthums at the very  brink of the canal- and the right  to assert a "sphere of influence."  Once having attained this no one  expects Britain to loosen its grip.  It was expected American opposition would prevent completion  of the negotions but now it seems  plain the contract will be closed  within a few weeks. The line  will begin at David and will be  extended eastward toward the  Colombian border.  Price is $5 id Buckram wiih gilt top,  or$7.50in genuine full library morocco.  TERMS are most liberal. Send no  money, but order the book sent to you,  all carriage charges prepaid, on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of Its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to. the editor and publisher,.  HORACE J. STEVENS  36, SHELDON BUILDING,. HOUGH-  TON,.MICH.fU.S.A.  Hobson Joins War Prophets  That Japan will never permit  the United States to complete  the Panama canal was the declaration of Representative Hobson  of Alabama at the White House.  Hobson gave unqualified endorsement to the statement of Sir  Frederick Villiers. the famous  British war correspondent, that  the Americans are misguided and  on the brink of war with Japan.  ''Every well informed diplomat and every armv and naval  officer of the United States," said  Hobson, "knows that war with  Japan is inevitable and that this  country is uuprepard for the  struggle. It is not to be thought  for one moment that Japan will  let us finish the gateway to the  Pacific now being constructed on  the isthmus of Panama." Hobson declared that the United  States would find no friends-in  Europe until the war had begun  and that many would rejoice at  our predicament.  It may only be a question of a  short time before the locomotives  of the Intercolonial Railway  are  fired with oil fuel.    The recent  developed, wells of Albert County  are yielding abundantly of both  oil and gas, and already preparations are under  way to supply  natural gas, to Moncton houses  for light and heat, and to manufacturers and others for power  purposes.   A larger 'flow of oil is  expected after new wells  are opened, and the operators are yery  hopeful over the outlook.   The  crude petroleum so far obtained  possesses in its natural state all  of the qualities required for first  class fuel,  burning witn a clear  bright flame and  generating   a  tremendous   heat.     So   full   of  promise are the operations in Albert countv that the attention of  the I, C. R. officials has for some  time been given  to speculating  what the probable results migh t  be, ane whether or not they will  soon justify the railway in substituting1 crude oil  for coal as a  producer of motive power.   The  ad van tag-e of oil fuel are obvious,  as by its use greater speed could  be obtained,  as well as greater  cleanliness and comfort of travel.  It is claimed also that the use of  oil as fuel would be a measure of  economy that would be an important factor in its favor.  HE DID NOT ADVERTISE.  Breathes there a man with soul so dead,  Who never to' himself has said:  "My trade of late is getting bad,  I'll try another ten-inch ad !"  If there be, go mark him well,  For him no bank account shall swell,  No angeJs watch the golden stair,  To welcome home the millionaire.  The man who never asks for trade,  ]"y local line, or add displayed,  Cares more for rest than worldly gain,  And patronage but gives him pain.  Tread lightly,- friends; let no rude sound  Disturb his solitude profound,  Here let him lie in calm repose.  Unsought except by men he owes,  ���������  And when lie dies, go plant him deep-  That nothing may disturb his sleep,  Where no rude clamor may dispel  That (miet that he loved so well.  . And that thc world may know its loss.  Place on a stone a wreath of moss,  And on a stone above "Here lies  A fossil, who did not advertise."  Clip This "Out.  The legal weight per bushel of  farm staple commodities, as fixed  by the laws of the Dominion of  Canada, is as follows : ���������  Commodity.  Wheat''   .  Oats  Barley  Bye  Buckwheat  Flax  Indian Corn    .  Peas  Beans  Beets  Carrots    .  Castor Beans   .  Clover Seed  Hemp Seed  Onions    .     - . ,  Parsnips .  Potatoes .  Turnips  .      '.  Timothy Seed .  Blue Grass Seed  Lime  Bituminous Coal  Weight per Bus.  . 60 lbs.  . 34  .'48  . 56  . 4S  -     . 56  '. 56  . 60  . 60'  . GO  . 60,  ���������   . 4o:  . 60  .- 44-  ���������    : . 50:  *:   . 60  . 60  . 60  ': 48  . 14'  -.. .70  .    . 70  PETER'8 ERROR.  There's a new grave up on Boot Hill,  Where we've planted Rowdy Pete,  He died one evening, sudden, with his  leather on his feet;  He was Cactus Center's terror with that  work of art, the Colt,  But somehow, without warnin*,  he up  and missed his holt.  His fav'rite trick in sliootin' was to grab  his victim's right,  Then draw his own revolver���������and the  rest was jest "good night."  He worked in succession  on nine stou  and well armed men,  But a sickly lookin' stranger made Pete's  feet slip up at ten.  Pete had followed out his program and  had passed the fighting word;  He  grabbed  the stranger's right  hand  when a funny thing occurred;  Thc  stranger  was  left-handed,,   wliich  Pete hadn't figured out,  And, afore he fixed.his error, Pete was  dead beyond a doubt.  It was jest another instance of o> flaw in  work of man;  A lefty never figgered in the gun  man's  battle plan;.  There ain't no scheme man thinks of  that Dame Nature cannot bent���������  So his' pupils nre unkiiriiin' that cute  trick they got from Pete..  ���������Denver Republican.  !>  it  >)  >y  >���������}'  >>  )>  Jill  IJ-  ..>>���������  1)  Ji  I)  Egg8 H pounds per standard dozr.  A'ChOSE SHAVE. ".  "Mama," said little Elsie-,, "do men;  ever go to heaven ?"    '"  "Why, of course, my dear. What  makes you ask ?."'  "Because I never see any. pictures of  angels with whiskers."'  "���������Well'," said the mother,, thoughtfully,,  "some men do- go to heaven; but they  get there by a very close shave:."'  ECONOMICAL.  Too many people attain: to' wealth because they practice a cheese-paring and'  mean, economy that gets everybody down  on them.  They practice,, in fact, an economy jike  that of. old* William Brewster, of Sag  Harbor. William, you- know, would  never buy oysters because he could n,'t  cat shells and all.  A man in good health finds it  easy to- laugh at the ills ol othere*  BEANS GALORE.  Henry Pruger, of the defunct Cafe de  l'Opera iu New York, said of his failure  a few days before he returned to Europe :  "I didn't understand, I'm afraid, the  taste of New York. It is peculiar. New  York contains a good many Judge Mc-  Corkles. Old Judge McCorkle, so the  story goes, made his pile in Arizona. He  then repaired to San Francisco to spend  the rest of his days, in luxury. He had  #300,000, The judge was dazzled by tha  splendor and opulence of San Francisco,  but he did uot let this be seen. Quita  the contrary, in fact. The morning aftee  his arrival fudge McCorkle- entered, the  breakfast room of San Francisco's largest,  hotel,, and, having studied the complex  menu a long, while, he said to the waiter:  'Young- man, sorae frijoles.' 'Beg pardon,  sin Some what?' said the waiter. The  judge sneered. 'You don't speak Spanish  hey?' he said. 'Well, then, bring nie-  some beiins.' I'm sorry, sir, said the  waiter, 'but we don't serve beans for  breakfast.' 'You don't, hey?' said the  judge sarcastically, 'Vou don't 'servi*-  beans for breakfast, hey?,' His voice  quivered with scorn. 'Well, young nian���������  I come from Arizona, the poorest keutry  on this here globe;, but even in Arizomw  we get beans three times a day..' "'���������  ESfStlSM INFLUENZA  CATARRHAL  FEVER  PINK EYE  EPIZOOTIC  DISTEMPER  CHRONIC COUGnS  Booklet "DlHtemper; Causes, Cure nnd Prevention," FREK. All drnf  plsts, hnrncBS dealers. $1 and 50c a bottle. {11 aad W u dozen. Dlutrlb-  mors���������ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.  6P0HN MEDICAL CO., Goshen, Indiana, U. S. A.  J ,5;. 1  I  *  bJ  mV  E������9������   IS&i  i  H  ^ILL*  WHEN IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS  We  tr������    everywhere  with thtr   standard  good*.  Caper and   Matches  are  *ur specialties.'    Let  u������  knew your wants���������we'll da the rest.  The E.B. Eddy Co. Ltd  :'     HULL, CANADA  TCE8 st  PER8SE,  LIMITED, Agents, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton.  Rejlna, Pert William and  Port Arthur.  Women  First  "What would women do if they  came into political power?"  "I don't know,'' replied the man  who works in a box ollice. "But ]  suspect eueli would try to puss a law  giving hor (ho right to stop in nt the  front line of ticket purchasers."  Tightness across the chest means  a cold on the lungs. That's the danger signal. Cure that cold with Hani-  Tins Wi/.aid Oil before it runs into  Consumption or Piiuciiionia.  No man or woman should hobble painfully about because ot corns when bo  certain a relief is at hand as Ilolloway's  Corn Cure.  j Good Health is the Target  of your aim���������or should be���������and first in importance. Get and keep  good health and you can work with hope���������find life worth living���������rise  after nights of restful sleep���������have energy and ambition���������know  content.    If you are out of health, or in poor condition, pee what  can do for you. Your food will taste right and nourish you better  ���������������������������ryour bowels will be regular and your nervous system corrected.  Your blood will be purer and you will feel more cheerful. Your  whole system'will be benefited and you will know why so many  thousands have found that Beecham's Pills hit the target and  . Hit Right Every Time  Prepared only by Thomn Beecham, St. Helens, Lancashire. Enslsnd.   Sold everywhere In Canada and U.S. America.   In boxes 25 cents.  An 'Englishman, having decided to  buy himself a dog, dropped into n  store where they made a' specialty of  dogs. Appronching a clerk, he said:  ."Hi wants a kind of dog about so  high and so long. Hit's a kind of  gr'yound, an' yet hit ain't a gr'yound  because 's tyle is shorter nor any of  these 'ere gr'younds. an' 's nose is  shorter an' 'e ain't so slim round the  body. But still, 'e's a kind of gr'yound.   Do you keep such clogs"  "We do not," said the clerk.   "We  drowns 'cm."  TO CURE A.COLD INONE DAY  Take LAXATIVE BROMO ;Quinine  Tablets.- Druggists' refund money if it  fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box.  "25c  Mr. Brown (rushing excitedly into  the room)��������� Marie, -Muriel intelligence  has just reached mc:���������  Mrs. Brown (calmly interrupting  him)���������Well,  thank heaven, Henry!.  An  undertaker    knows    a    lot    of  "dead   ones"   that   he- is   unable'  to  -bury.'-  -���������"-���������       -     -  Snlokly stops coughs,  core* ������olda, henla  ������������������   throat ���������nil   lun������>. 23 oasia.  Walking on icy pavements is absolute security to trying to escape "family jars.  Not That Bad  Plostess���������It's 'beginning to rain.  You'll get wet. 1 think you'd better  stay to dinner.  Departing Guest���������Oh, dear, no!  It's not raining so bud as all that.  Minard's   Liniment   Cure   Diphtheria,  When you have learned to keep  your face closed at the' proper time,  you have sufficient capital to engage  in business for yourself.  Said tlie jady outside the assembly  chamber, impatient to witness the inaugural ceremonies: "Why do they  keep us waiting so long?" "Madam,"  said, the old -Democrat alongside o"  her, "you have no kick coming; I  have been waiting for nineteen  years."���������Albany   Argus. '  Minard's Liniment Cures   Colds,  etc  Interesting   Relics    of   Massacre   Discovered  Recently.  The exact spot where 10 members  of Capt. Cook's expedition were massacred by the Maoris 137 years ago  has been definitely determined, and  some interesting relics of the ancient  tragedy discovered by Robert McNub  in Grass Cove, Queen Charlotte  Sound.  It may, perhaps, be remembered  that on Dec. 17, 1773, the captain of  the Adventure sent two officers and  eight men across the sound to gather  wild geese for the ship's company.  They failed to return, and searchers  who were sent out finally discovered  evidence of a tragedy in a number i f  baskets containing human flesh and  fern root, also a hand of a white man.  Grass Cove was previously conjectured to be tho scene of the ancient  tragedy, but. Mr. McNab, however,  has settled the question once and for  nil by discovering the exact spot  where the Englishmen were murdered.  After Mr: McNab and the party of  friends with him hud decided that the  massacre took place in a certain bend  in Grass Cove���������a conclusion to which  they came by comparing the locality  with tho description given in Cook's  popers���������thoy went ashore and spoke  io a settler, Mr. Greensill, who was  living on thc spot, regarding any evi.  dencc of the mussacro that he may  have seen. Mr. Greensill said he had  dug up in his garden an old flintlock, a barrel, a bayonet, nnd some  other kind of a weapon he was un-  able to identify.  This latter weapon Mr. McNab ut  once identified as an officer's hanger,  which was doubtless the one used by  Midshipman Rowe, who was in  charge oi the boat's crew. There was  a description of the sword given in  the accounts and they corresponded  exactly with the weapon dug up.  It was with that hanger that Midshipman Rowe killed two Maoris and  wounded the chief before being overpowered and killed. This discovery  places beyond a shadow of a doubt  the exact locality of the massacre,  which took place on the spot now occupied as Mr. Greensill's garden in  Grass Cove. Mr. McNab discountenances the idea that the weapon may  have been carried there from the fact  that the locality exactly corresponds  with the description given by Capt.  Cook.���������London Standard. ?, -  Faithful to the End  .. "Kind sir," said the- weary wayfarer, "I have lost nearly everything  ���������money, friends, self-respect. There  is but one thing that has never deserted me."  "Poor man!" said the sympathetic  listener; "here is a ��������� enny. And that  one thing is?"  "My thirst," replied the weary wayfarer, as he moved quickly away:  Obstinate Open Sores are  Healed by Zam-Buk  For sores which defy all ordinary  remedies, Zam-Buk should be tried.  Old wounds, varicose ulcers, cold  cracks, blood-poisoning and chronic  skin diseases cannot lesist the healing influence of this great , herbal  balm,  Miss Alma Bourgue, of Notre Dame,  Kent Co., N.B., gives the following  account of what Zam-Buk did for her  after various other ointments and  salves had  failed.    She 'writes:.  "For months I suffered with a running sore on my leg. I tried several  ointments and salves, but none of  them could bring about a cure. The  sore would just heal over, and then  break out again. I read in a newspaper one day, of the good Zum-Buk  had done, and so I determined In trv  it and see what this balm would do  for me. I also purchased some Zani-  ���������Buk soap.  "I washed the sore night and morning with the soap, and then applied  tlie balm. I continued with this treatment, and after using Zam-Buk for a  few weeks the sore was completely  healed. , I have recommended Zam-  Buk to one or two of my friends for  sores, and in their cases' it has been  equally  effective."  All druggists and stores sell Zam-  Buk at 50c. box or may be had post  free from Zam-Buk Co., for price. It  is a sure cure for piles, inflamed  places, cuts, .burns, scalds, chapped  hands, ulcers, eczema, scalp sores,  and all similar diseases and injuries.  Refuse harmful -imitations.  stop the meanest, nastiest, most persistent headaches In half an  hour or less.   - We guarantee' that they contain no opium,  morphine or other poisonous drugs, 25c. a box at your druggists',    '  or by mail from 29  National Drug amcl Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited.      ���������      ���������     ���������      ���������      M&stroad.  FARM HINTS  Varied   Items of Interest to the  ���������    Farming  Community.  '  ROBES HAND-WOVEN.  "Wasn't  that young  Mr.  Tiff  who  left the house ns 1  came in?" asked  the judge of his eldest daughter. ���������  " Ycs.papa."  ."Did  1  not    issue    an    injunction  against his coining- here any more?"  - "Yes,  papa,  but. he appealed  to  a  higher  court,   ancl  mamma    reversed  your decision."  Mothers Value This Oil.���������-Mothers who  know how suddenly croup mayrsc*7.e their  children and how necessary prompt action is in applying relief, always keep  at hand a supply of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, because experience has taught  them that there is no better preparation  to be had for the treatment of this ailment. And they are wise, for-its various  uses render it a valuable medicine.  Occasionally a girl insists on going  to college for one term so that she  can talk of her college education.  Cottage Looms In Suffolk at Work on  Royal  Velvet.  In the ancient borough of Sudbury  in Suffolk the few remaining hand  loom weavers are hard at work making the velvet ior the coronation  robes.  Among the number are the Misses  Foakes, members of a family of  weavers who in days past were'makers  of bunting for the royal navy. In  their cottage, which was once visited  by the Queen, are two.hand looms on  which are two lengths of b^autilul  velvet, one rich crimson in color and  the other dark brown.  The weavers are .seated when at  their looms, their feet working pedals-  resembling those of an organ. There  ar two sets of threads, the visible one  forming the. back of the material,- and  the other the"pile, each'of these being  delicately threaded through vertical  threads known as the harness. The  weaver passes the shuttle backward  and forward, and each warp and weft  is pressed home by a swinging wooden frame. A cutter which runs across  the loom on a wire cuts the threads,  to make the pile.  The process of manufacture is slow  and tedious. The time is occupied  not so much in the weaving as in the  cleaning. At each foot or so-made  the weaver uses a curious knife like  a spokeshave and shaves the surface  of the velvet to clean it. There are  now not more than thirty hand loom  weavers left in Sudbury, the Misses  Foalkes being among the number.  The rows of weavers' cottages, now oc-  ������������������upied by other artisans and general  workers, show the extent of the industry fifty years ago.  "We need brains in this business  young man."  "You needn't tell me that, sir  Your business shows it."  HIS OLD AGE MADE  FREE FROM SUFFERING  BY GIN PILLS  "I am over,80 years of age and have  been suffering with Kidney and Bladder Trouble for fifteen years. I took  doctors' medicine but got no help., 1  want to thank you for sending me  the sample box of GIN PILLS.  I have taken six boxes of GI\  PILLS altogether but got relief before  I had taken near that amount. 1 had  to get up some nights every fifteen  minutes and use an .instrument before I could urinate.  Now, I can lie in bed four or five  hours without getting up." I can say  that GIN PILLS have nearly cured  me and I shall always keep a.box'in  the house." '  W. H. PIERCE.  Do as Mr. Pierce did���������write us for  free sample box of GIN PILLS and  see for yourself just how much,they  will do for you���������then buy the regular size boxes at your dealer's���������50c.  or 6 boxes for $2.50. GIN PILLS are  sold with a 'positive, guarantee o'f  money, back if " they fail to give"  prompt relief. National Drug and  Chemical Co., Dept. N. CJ., Toronto.. . '       -; 51  Pie   (just   rejected)���������I   shall   never  marry now.  She���������Foolish  man!   .Why. not0  He���������If  you don't .have* me,    who  will?  A Plea for Rubbernecks.  Be good to the rubbernecks. They  are the people who find time to attend the weddings and who make the  public opinion that decides if tlie  bride looked pretty or was a fright.  They also attend the funerals, and *t  is through them that busy people  learn if the corpse looked natural and  if the relatives were as grief stricken  as they should have been. They decide if a woman's new dress is becoming, if a girl makes a good match.  If a new baby is pretty, They make  the sentiment that is favorab'.e or opposed to a girl's singing, her piano  playing or her recitations in public.  They are the opinion makers. Be  good to them.  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  FOR    ALL  BABIES  Nearly Hanged as a Spy.  Perhaps the most remarkable incident in the career of Senator Elkins,  who has just died, occurred when, as  a young man, he was fighting for the  Union in the Civil War. He was captured by a guerrilla band, and would  have been promptly hanged as a spy  had it not been for the intervention  of a member of the band, who recqg-  ���������li/.'Hl him as a boyhood friend.. Many  years later, when Senator Elkins was  rich and famous, he heard that the  iiiui wno had saved his life was serving twenty years in prison for robbing a bank, and he used his influence to bring about the release of his  former benefactor.'  Every mother .of young children  should keep c, box of '-Baby's Own  Tablets in the house. No other medicine has relieved so many little ones  of the ailments that "afflict them as  have Baby's Own Tablets���������no other  medicine can be given baby with that  absolute sureness of safety as can  these Tablets, The mother has the  guarantee of a Government analyst  that they do not contain a particle of  those harmful drugs that make those  so-called'"soothing" stuffs so dangerous to the life of the little one. The  Tablets never fail to. be of benefit.  Concerning them Mrs. Jno. A. Albert,  Caraquet, N.B., writes:���������"I am happy  to state that 1 have used Baby's Own  Tablets for constipation for my two  children with great satisfaction." The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or at 25 cents a box from Tlie Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Out.  POULTRY   .  Tlie following rules will ��������� be good  ones to apply in connection with  handling eggs on a co-operative basis;  that is, where the community is  thickly settled enough for a good  number to be.shipped:  A number of co-operative egg-producing associations are now in opera-,  tion throughout tlie state and have  been unusually successful in securing  for the, members of the association a  satisfactory premium over ordinary  store eggs. We recently noted the  rules of one of these associations. In  the thought that they would be of interest to poultrymen generally, we  reproduce them herewith.  The eggs must not be over 7 days  old at any.time when delivered at the  receiving place. They must be  brought in al least once every week  in winter and in hot weather they  must be brought in twice a week.  Tho eggs must be taken in from  the hen house twice a day.  All eggs must be clean nnd of a  uniform size. No small or overly  large eggs must be accepted.  As soon as gathered the eggs should  be stamped and placed in the cartons  ancl kept in a cool place .until delivered. A cellar is all right if not too  damp or musty.  Brown eggs shall be put in one  carton and- white in another and each  carton.so marked.     '  Stamp every egg with your number  stamp so that the number shows up  when the eggs are in the carton. Put  thc egg in the filler cornerwise and  not straight up and down.,,  Your number stamp should be  stamped on the right side on top of  the carton and the color stamp on the  left side.  -���������.,,-  Don't-use too much ink in stamping. It might work through the shell,  only a light mark is necessary. Try  your stamp on paper first.  Don't wash the eggs. That takes  off the glaze. Keep nest, boxes and  floors clean and well bedded with  clean straw. Use a cloth to wipe the  eggs if necessary.  Don't allow broody hens to sit on  the eggs.   Close them up separately.  Keep the small cockerels away from  the hens when large enough. It is  best to keep the. large roosters away  also when it can be done.  . Don't put in any small or pullet  eggs, Use them at home. Also all  odd shaped or spotted eggs. They  are just as good for use at home.  . Don't put in any eggs from hidden  nests, or eggs you arc not absolutely  ���������sure of.  Remember that you will be held i  responsible "for the quality of all the*  eggs you soil. If you sell any bad j  eggs they will be traced back to you!  and charged up double price. Any-!  one who uses dishonest methods with j  us will-be immediately dropped from i  the association. |  ---We have been paying and expect to ;  pay several cents a dozen over'the'  regular market price for case eggs.  We keep just enough to cover necessary expenses'and "to put a little into  a reserve fund. This reserve fund  belongs to you. - At the end of the  year this will be divided among tlie  members if so decided, according to  the amount of eggs they have sold,  or if so decided .will be kept as a reserve. A statement will be given to  each fanner at the close of the year  showing how many eggs he has sold.  ' As soon as you commence to sell  eggs with' us you belong to our association; you get an interest and a  vote in same.' You can say that the  business is yours and you can get  every cent that your eggs bring after  expenses of handling have been taken  out.  Only Once.  .Tourist, (looking over a steep precipice) ; '-'I suppose people fall down  here often, don't they?"  Guide: "No; once is -enough for  most of 'em."  ,   Anyhow it's about as safe to trust'  a stranger as yourself.  TAKE   A  DOSE OF  fo  THE BEST MEDICINE-  COUCHS    ft   COLDS  WEST ASD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHUB  MH1. WlKILOW't  SOOTHINO  SYRUr  ilU   b<-*������  ttaed for oyer 81XTY YBARS by MILLIOWe" <4  MOTHBK8 for their CHILDREN WHIUB  TH8THIN0, with PERFECT SUCCHSts. 11  BOOTHE3 the CHILD, SOl'TENS the GUM1  ALLAYS oil PAIN CUREB WIND COLIC. *.ai  I* the bent remedy (or DIARRHOEA. It to absolutely hannleos. Be sure and n*k for " Mrs.  Wlrnlsw'i Soothing Syrup," aad take no otfcert  kind.   Twenty-Svi cent* ��������� bottle  M  Cares Sprang Tendon,  Collar and! Saddle Galls  Mt Manitoba Are., Winnipeg,  Octobi-r 1 Itb 1901.  "I Lare \]<*d your Sparta Cur* uo a h[iruna-  Tendon Willi I'ootl rebUllf a^J 1 can recommend It  for Colur anil SaddlaUalli.-  ,       J. 11. ilaalott.  - Spavin Care  la a Llessio; to farmera aad stockman.- In th������ pelt  tO yean), Ktlidall's Spavin Cure baa literally- saved  million* of dollura fur bona o������ intra.  It is the one remedy tbat tin alw������ vi b* a>p������n'l������d  upon to absolutely cure 6;-avln, Rlit^'bona, Curb.  Splint, SwlMu^l and Lanieui-ft*.  ti.vrr litlhU-rn, lean or turns th* hair a-hlt������  Jta cood ft.r man aa for beaat.  Keep KendaJl'a alwaya bandy. #1. a bottle���������  6 for is. When you buy at your dealer*!, t;et copy  of our book "A Treatise On Tbs Horse-���������It's free  ���������or writ* us 67  UK. B. J. K**K������ALL CO.. Enoibnrs Fells. VL  Perhaps Mohammed went -to ..the  mountain because it was cheaper  than spending his vacation at the  seashore.  Her Attractiveness.  Mr. Nervey���������Miss Hoxley, T adore  you.     Will you not be my wife?  Miss Roxley (haughtily)���������,The idea  nf your proposing to a girl in my  .-station!   You should know better.  Mr. Ncrvey���������I do know better, but  no richer.  A Fellowship with   Hearts  Wherever in the world I am,  In whatso'er estate,  I have a fellowship with hearts,  To keep and cultivate.  I. would not have the restless will  That hurries to and fro,  Seeking for some great thing to do,  Or secret thing to know.  I ask but for a thankful love,  Through constant watching wise,  To greet the glad with joyful smles,  And to wipe the weeping eyes;  And a heart at leisure from itself,  To soothe and sympathize.  ���������A. L. Waring.  Shines Stoves So  They Stay Shined  "Black Knight" is a joy to  every woman who takes pride la  her home.  It enables her to have "the  stoves always clean, freshly  poli-.hed and brilliantly black.  "Black Knight" is ready to use  ���������easily applied���������and a few rubs  brings a mirror-like polish.  "Black Knight" docs away  with all the hard work and dirty  work of stove polishing.  If your denier should not hare  "Blac'.i Knight", wc willsend you  a large can, postpaid, for ioc.  The F. F. Dalley Co. Limited.  HAMILTON. Ont. 24  Uakert at th. famous "2 In 1" Shot Pollth.  etvlolvlr stota .  Oka   tfercest anal  ���������   M oewat*  Where Ignorance Is Bliss.  "lie married the girl lie first saw  !rying her hair in her back yard."  "Love at first.sight, eh?"  "Not much; he never knew it waa  ���������ne same girl "  Her  Methods   Varied  After the third addition to the family, it became necessary to secure the  services of a pennnnoiit nurse.  "No niy husband *is very particular whom I engage as a nursii," said  the mistress to a girl who had applied for the position. "He wishes  me to go into the most ininiito details  about your qualifications. Do you  know how to prepare food? Can you  sew and mend? Do you mind sitting  up late at night? Are you faithful  and devoted, nnd have you a kind,  loving disposition?   Will you "  "Kxcu8o me,-ma'am; am I to take  care of thc baby or your husband?"  It  Tells  of Serious  Derangements  oi  the Liver and Kidneys.  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  . You can stop a headache with powerful drugs. But it not generally  wise to do so.  A headache almost always warns  you of derangements of the digestive  system,- the liver, kidneys or bowels.  Awaken the liver to healthful action by the use of Dr, Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills nnd you not only free  yourself of headache, hut reihovcithe  cause which will soon lead to more  dangerous results than headache.  Invigorate the action of the kidneys  hy this treatment and you take away  tho clangers of Bright's disease as  well as free yourself of headache,  Pains are the result of poison in  the system and whether , you hnve  headache, backache or aching limbs,  you can be almost sure-of-relief and  cure when you cleanse and regulate  the vital organs by the use of Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  They are wonderfully prompt, as  well ns definite and thorough in action. You can depend upon them,  no matter how long standing or complicated your ease, so long as the  cause is the sluggish, torpid condition of'tlie liver and kidneys.  If you don't feel like risking 25  cents for a box, write for free sample. A trial will convince you of  their merits. One pill a dose; 25  cents a box; at all dealers or Edmnn-  son, Bntes & Co., Toronto.  Shows  Remarkable  Progress  An epitome of the lteport of The  Great- West Life Assurance Company  for 1910 which appears upon another  page gives nn account of remarkable  progress and success.  It is no small distinction that a  company, established but 19 years,  should have reached n business in  force exceeding $50,000,000, and  should, for four-successive years, have  stood first among the companies .for  Canadian _business. It is equally  notable distinction that in - all the  rapid expansion occurring, the sound  principles of economy have been given -such prominence that no other  Canadian co'mpany has a lower expense rate than the Great-West, .and  in investments approaching $8,000,-  000, no loss of principal or interest  has yet occurred, while the interest  rate on investments stands nt the  highly satisfactory figure of over 7  per cent.  . It will be observed that over  $14,000,000 of business was written by  the Great-West in 1910, thus establishing a new Canadian record, nnd it  is a dear indication of thc value the  policyholders attach to their contracts  to' find that with the large business  was an equally noteworthy gain in  business in force of over $11,000,000.  The original view of the founders  of the Great-West Life hns been  abundantly endorsed by.' time���������that  an institution operating .in the  West, managed by those familiar with  western conditions, nnd investing its  funds in the profitable nvenues available in tho growing West���������could do  remarkably well for its policyholders.  . Such n report, ns thnt issued by the  compAuy in 1910 clenrly shows that  the'East hns joined with the West in  expressing npprocintion of n company  that in lower premiums, higher profits and liberal conditions can offer  to those needing protection such advantageous polioica.  Another   Ingenious   Defence  "Jedge," said Mr. Erastus Pinkley,  "de plea I has ' to    offer    is self-defence."  "Self-defence!"  " 'Yassir.    I was walkin' peaceably  pas'  chit    chicken    coop,    an' if  dat  chicken hadn't jumped  out an' tried  to bite me I wouldn't of had to grab  ' him by de neck.' "  is the trademark which  is found on  every bottle  of the genuine  Scott's Emulsion  the standard Cod Liver  Oil preparation of the  world. Nothing equals  it to build up the weak  and wasted bodies of  young and old.  FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGIST*  Ocnd 10c,, name of pnper and this ad. for  our beautiful Savings Ilnnk aud Child'*  Sketch-Book. Each bauk contain! a  Good Luck Fenny.  SCOTT 4 BOWNE  IM Wellington St., West, Toronto, Ont.  'mmfflmmmiimmwiswsmsssi  W. N. .U., No.-834.  ���������'.'���������''i  ���������  .^.a.fcta-.Jg������;d������S^;CT.-:reraaft^ The  otel  Eholt, a C.  W.F.M.  , Greenwood Miners  Union, No. 22, W.  F. M., meets every  Saturday evening in Union Hall, Copper street, Greenwood, at 7.  Also in hall at  Mother Lode mine  Friday evening's at 7.  LESTER MACKENZIE, Secty.  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA1.  S. P. OF C.  GREENWOOD LODGE, No. 9  Meets every Sunday Night, at the  Miners' Union Hall.  0. G. JOHNSON, Sec.  sT*  RESERVE.  JUOTICE is hereby (fiveu that all -racaiit  *^ Crowu lands not already under reserve,  situated within the boundaries of the Laud Recording-Districts of Cariboo and Lillooet, and  the Kamloops Division of Vale Land Recording  District, are reserved from alienation under the  "Land Act" except by pre-emption.  ROBT.-A. RENWICK,  'Deputy Minister of Lands,  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B. C, April 3rd, 1911.  HOSTELRY  John   IWeKellaif  Proprietor.  MINEKAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  ���������^NOTICE.   \  Monte Christo Mineral Claim, situate in tho  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  'Where located :���������In Boomerang Creek Citmp,  adjoining the Bomip.fi Mlnoi-oi ni������i���������  iiiiig the Bounce Mineral Claim,  learn not a private soldier escaped  with his life. All the survivors  were officers, aud probably never  again will we have a war just like  it.  "AT IT HERE SIIICE 1900?'  B, C. MINING NEWS  NOTICE.  er  the  . _, ...*,..-, uvi uiut-iLLv, no.uzsyzti] intend, sixty days from date hereof; to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Im-  Srovcmerits, for the purpose of obtaining a  rown Grant of tho above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section  .'17,  must  be  commenced   before  thc  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 11th day of March, A.D. 1911.  PUBI/IC NOTICE it hereby friYcn that, und  tbe authority contained in section 131 of the  |"**iand Act," aregulation  lias been approved  by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council -fixing  .the mliiimuni sale prices of first and second-  I class lands at'$'0 and $5'per acre respectively.  This regulation further provides   that   the  prices fixed therein shall apply to all lauds  with respect to which the application to purchase is given  favorable consideration after  this date, notwithstanding thc date of such  application or any del.-vy that may have occurred in the consideration of the same.  Further notice is hereby  sons who '  -  chase land  or 30 of the  ing  to complete  such   purchases   under   the  M1NKKAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Dixie Mineral Claim, situate In tlie Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located :-l'rovTileuco Camp, Greenwood Mining Division, Yale District.  nelson, 0. ������.  W. C. WJELLS, Proprietor.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private   baths.     Telephone    .��������� ,viw  ���������        ���������    ��������� ������������������,���������        T7*:������r.t. ������1������������������^ I t0  the Mining "Recorder for a  Certificate  of  111    eVCiy    rOOm.      I"1 nSt-ClaSS   Improv-oHionls. for the purpose of obtaining a  , I Crown Giant of the abovo claim.  bar and barber shop.    'Bus meets all trains.  WILLIAM R. ROSS,  Minister of Lauds.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B. C, April 3rd, 1911.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that wo, Donald Alexander forccaw.  MacDoniild,  Free   Minors'   Certificate,    No. 1 trict.  Iii'80ii7;   James  Napier  Pawn,   Free   Miners'|    wii������ir  Certilicato,' "     " "'  Blrnio, Fr(  No.   BifflKM;    and uTamcs Stuart  ree Minors'  Cortilieate, No.   B2U137,  intend, sixly days from tho date hereof, to apply  tn   Mm   MI������I..~   n-.���������-'������-   ' /,...���������������..-   ��������� ''    ���������  GRAND CENTRAL  And further tako notice that action, under  section 37, must bo commenced before the  issue of sttcli Certilicato of Improvements,  Dated this 2.1th day of March, A.D. 1011.  -HOTBL-  Opposite Postoffice, NELSON, B. C.  American and European Plans.  H. H. PITTS, Prop.  "Emeliue"  Mineral   Claim,  situate  iu   the  ood Mining Division  of thc Yale Dis-  Where located;���������In Perkins Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac II. Uftllctt  as agent for Even! Leslie Stecves, Free.  Miner's Certificate No! B28929, intend, sixty  days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a'Certificate of Improvements for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before lhe issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this4th day of April, A. D. 1311.  I. II. HALLETT.  CENTRAL HOTEL  PHOENIX.  Tlie Nearest Hotel to the Granby  Mines. Plenty of rooms, and one  ol the largest Dining Rooms iu the  ?ty.    A. 0. JOHNSON, Prop.  Insurance Agent  VMIS,   LI IM* AND ACCIDENT  Fidelity Bonds, Plate Glass,  Commissioner    for   Taking  Affidavits -       '   \  PHOENIX,   B.   O.  _.     - jy, April 24,  11)11, for the construction of an  Examining  Warehouse, Vancouver, B. C.  rians, specification and form of contract can  be seen and forms of tender obtained at the  oflicos of Mr. J. E. Cyr, Superintendent of Public Buildings for Manitoba, Post Office Building. Winnipeg, Man., Mr. Wm. Henderson,  Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C, at the Post  Office, Vancouver, and at this Department.  Persons tendering are notified that tenders  will not be considered unless made on the  printed forms supplied, and signed with their  actual signatures, and stating their occupation  and places of/residence. In the case of firms, the  actual signature, the nature of the occupation  and place of residence of each member of the  firm must be given.  Each tender must lie accompanied-by an  accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable  to the order of the Honorable the Minister of  Public "Worlts, equal to ten per cent (10 p c.) of  the amount of the tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter  into a contract when called upon to do so, or  fail to complete the work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted the cheque will bo  returned.  The Department does not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  By order.  B. C. DESEOCIIEHS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works.  Ottawa, March 22,1911.  Newspapers will not lie paid for thisudver-  tlsememt if they insert it without authority  from the Department.  NEW ADVERTISING SCALE.  The newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix and Grand Forks have adopted the  following scale for legal advertising:  Application   for   Liquor   Licence  (30 days) $4.00.  Certificate of-Improvement Notice  .   (60 days) ������7.50  Application to Purchase Lai-id No-  tiees (60 days) ?7-5������  Delinquent Co-owner Notices (90  days) Jio.oo |  Water Notices (30 days) $ 15.00  All other legal advertising, 12 cents a  line, single column, for the first insertion; and 8 cents a line for each subsequent insertion.  QUEEN'S   HOTEL,  PHOENIX,     B.   O.  The Newest and Largest Hotel in  the City. Everything neat, clean  and comfortable. Steam heat and  electric light.   Meals and drinks at  all hours.  E. V. CHISHOLM, Pbopeietob.  DANNY DEANE, Manage**.  THE RUSSELL HOTEL  Is pleasantly situated in the heart  of Grand Forks, and is convenient  to all the leading financial and  commercial institutinns of the city.  Travelers will find it a comfortable  place to sojourn when in the city.  FRED RUSSELL  WINDSOR HOTEL  The Windsor Hotel is one of the  best furnished hotels iu the West.  It is located in the heart of Greenwood and within easy reach of all  the financial and commercial institutions of the Copper Metropolis. Heated with steam and lit  by electricity. Commodious sample rooms. The bar is replete  with air modern beverages and  the cafe never closes. Rooms  reserved by telegraph.  Tlio Windsor Hotel Co  E. J. Cartier, Aigr.  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT  GREENWOOD ELECTORAL DISTRICT  TAKE NOTICE that I have received objections in writing to the retention of the following names on the register of voters for the  Greenwood Electoral District on the grounds  stated below.  And take notice that at a Court of Revision to  be held on tbe 1st day of May, 1911, at the  Court House, at Greenwood at ten o'clock in  the forenoon I shall hear and determine thc  said objections, and unless such nanied persons  or some other Provincial voter on their behalf  satisfies me that such objections are not well  founded, I shall strike such names off the said  Register.  Dated at Greenwood this 6th day of April,  1911. ...   :..'."������   GEORGE CUNNINGHAM,  Registrar of Voters.  The following persons are reported absent  from the District.  THE LEDGE  Is published every Thursday at. Greenwood, B. C , and the price is $2 a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, aud  Great Britain, To the United States and  other countries it is sent postpaid foi  I2.50 a year. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood, B. C.  R. T. LOWERY,  PUBLISHER.  GREENWOOD, B. C, APRIL 13, 1911.  The boom has relurned to the  Republic carnp, just a few miles  from Greenwood.  Nelson wants a mining school.  Dredges will be used this summer to gather gold and platinum  from the Tulameen and;' Similkameen rivers.  ��������� In the near future the Boundary smelters will be using Nicola  coke. This coke shows low sulphur, and stands second for  strength of any coke in America.  The Nickel Plate mine near  Hedley, is paying dividends at tie  rate of 20 per cent, a year.  New coal mines are being opened  at St Albert, eight milesnorth of  Edmonton, Alberta. It is expected that within a year these mines  will be shipping 1,000 tons of  hard coal daily.  There  promises  to be a great  activity this summer, in the gold  j camps of the Omineca district.  The Mollie Hughes mine near  New Denver, is reported sold to  Spokane  capitalists  for $27,000.  A shaft  is to be sunk 1,000 feet  on  the property.    This property  has  an  ideal shipping   position  and for years has been one of the  specimen mines of the Slocan.  Spokane mining men are preparing a boom for the Slocan.  Last month supplies were taken  on toboggans to the coal mines,  35 miles from Telkwa.  H. E. Bodine is working placer  ground on Silver creek in the  Omineca district. His company  has 12 miles of ground leased.  Last'month he took in an Empire  drill along with four Indians,  four toboggans and 16 dogs.  Later in the season more supplies  will be packed iu from Hazelton.  Charles Huff has staked 12 coal l  claims, near the headquarters of-  the Naas river for Prince Rupert  speculators.  Papers have been signed by all  the interested parties, binding  three of the most important copper claims in the Highland valley, says the Ashcroft Journal  These comprise the Tam-  arac, Blue Jacket and  Topnotch  are owned respectively by Messrs. carloads of eastern coke arrived  Sanson, Ward, McGillivary, Nor- this week, and shipments will  ton, Cameron and Chataway and continue to arrive until the Cole  much development work has been man ovens are again ablaze. The  done on them during the past freight on coke from the east to  few years. Good values in Greenwood is S9.25 a ton.  j copper and silver have been found  'SaveTKarJIoncf,  ���������"Sraincnce Jlow!  We want eveyonetp ftnw  ��������� %t we are paving-  <-^4% Interests  -pcraunirai cre3lte3 niThV  on saving deposited  *& upwaru)sul)jecnoWttli- ���������  drawaUr cheque &���������*-  ������tr 5% Interest^  on Time deposits of-  SiMwiitlis & over. -  We invest wmef for clients  in first mortgages & bo a  general financial business,  we wantYMir saving accnt  &jfYi?U are no) saving *  systematically, * * - -  Commence NOW Willi lis.  deposits ty mail ^rr>  ^-j^'easilv^anvled--  wxm. send hy Draff, '  Post Office + fypress "  Order or I^istereS"^  better & withdrawals  can be made ���������*���������*���������*��������� ? ������������������  y anyway you msh.  Wem Responsible  Refer to^?+ 'i + +  tao;Bra8streeTs,  or To anyone in -  VMGOUVeR-  Write us a������ut itMay  Do it now!!! I!  XI fafeie Stml  No.  Naire.  Place.  A blue mark here indicates that  your  Subscription  has  become  deceased,   and  that the editor  would  once more like to commune with  your collateral.  The Baptist church should be  success at the coast.  in these ore bodies and the size of  the mineral ledges warrant the  assumption that with the proper  capital to develop same a large  mining camp will be established  in Highland Valley in the near  future The bonders are Glasgow  people, and the amount of the  option is $160,000, of which $8,000  will be paid at tbe end of three  months, and the balance in 6, 12  and 18 months.  CITY COUNCIL.  The Council met on- Monday  evening.  A letter was read and fyled  from Pacific Coast Pipe Co. quoting prices on pipe.  The quarterly financial state  ment was read showing receipts  for the past three months to   be  The Great Northern   railway $7 1Jg and tfae  ill Cari'V pynlnitQ   r>F  nro   Yran  *,.  -- ���������J  will carry exhibits of ore free to  Aitken, George Marr  17  18 Bailey.'Edgar  19 Baabury, Thomas David  HAVE YOUR PHOTO TAKEN  ��������� BV ���������  J. H. JAMES of Greenwood.  H. W. Farmer & Co.,  IU'AL ESTATE,  Rock Creek, B. C.  32   Bishop, Edwin Warren  I  53   Browning, Henry  61   Bunting, Herbert  I  62   Burbank, George Frederick  136   Cameron, Howard D.  140   Cookson, Wilfrid  207   Ennis, James Joseph  268   Hallett, Arnold D.  254   Gillnm, John Francis Selby  192   Hyde, Edwy Hicks Tavener  385   Ludlow, Morley W.  411 Manchester, David  412 Marcincck, Joseph  401   Logan, William Howard  432   Munroe, John  455   Mrrshall, Murray Minor  501   Mcintosh, John Bruce  506   McKemie, Kenneth  519   McLeod, Murdock  533   Mclntyre, John  568   McMillan, Allan David  570   MacPherson, Duncan Mearns  700   Shrapnel, John Henry  712   Steward, Dan  717   Stuart, Randolph  732   Spenco, Jjhn David  788   Thomas. Arthur F.  fi   Anderson, Caleti  48   Buchanan, Duncan  79   Carrigan, Rupert  85   Chambers, Robert J.  105   Carlisle, Arthur  225   Hampsou, James  278   Kier, Christian Albert  345   Main, James William  359  Mart) uct, Charles  375   McDonald, Angus R.  17   Barrett, George McClelland  206   Hanson, Otto  423   McOrnioud, Samuel T.  457 Olson, Edward  458 Olson, John A.  473   Prescott, John  485  Ponpard, Percy Harold  488   Peretson, Morris  567   Teese, Samuel  574   Towns, Chns. Henry  620   Yulll, Robert  Greenwood  _ ������������������ ���������' ' Eholt  Boundary Falls  ���������Greenwood  Greenwood  Fear and the lack of opportunity, keeps the majority good.  the fair in Vancouver next fall  In the Slocan the Van Roi mill  is steadily turning out lead and  zinc concentrates,  Willie Will will resume work  on his Goat mountain mine, near  New Denver this spring. The  Lucerene of North America will  soon haye other assets besides its  beauty and Big Sandy's road  gang.  expenditure about  Hub   remarks   that   too  many  cf������S PeoPIe nowadays know the price of  Anaconda  Anaconda  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Denoro  Greenwood  Boundary Falls  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Gieeuwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Boundary Fall������  Greenwood  Anaconda  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Eholt  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  Greenwood  everything, and the value of noth  ing,  BOUNDARY MINES  The February output of the  Granby Consolidated Mining,  Smelting & Power company is estimated as 1,633,300 pounds of  copper, 33,181 ounces of silver  and 4213 ounces of gold, comparing with January production of  . 1,758,518 pounds of copper, 33,-  The Harem skirt  has   not  yet 730 ounces of silver and 4426  This year, that giddy young  thing called Gentle Spring, seems  to be rather slow about changing  its clothes.  the same.  The following accounts were  ordered to be paid: Crane & Co.,  $24.18; F. Jaynes, $10.00; Kinney  & McDonald, $7.10; J. L. White,  I $0.85; Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.,  $9.90; Floyd & Cox, $11.00- R,  W. Halcrow, ������2.25; C- J. McAr-  thur, $20.00; Greig & Morrison,  $3.85; Electric Light, #123.25.  The police were instructed to  strictly inforce the pound by-law  after the 1 st of May.  The assessor was instructed to  complete, and return the assessment roll for 1910 by April 24  The tax sale by-law was introduced, and read twice.  ��������� Council  adjourned until April  24.  adorned the scenery in Greenwood.  That is what we get for living  far away from Paris.  so  ozs.  It was   Junius   who  remarked  that *'The   citizen   who   is   truly  loyal to the chief magistrate,   will  neither advise nor submit to   arbi  trary measures."  gold  x, T������e. Febrt>ai7 production of  the British Columbia Copper company is reported as 767,470 pounds  of copper, 8384 ounces of silver  and 2013 ounces of gold, comparing with  the   previous month's  Important Announcement.  Mr, W. G. Watson wishes to  announce that in appreciation of  the liberal patronage of the citizens of Grceuwood and vicinity of  late, that commencing this week,  he will show a much superior  grade of films at the Star Theatre  New Fancy Ladies' Imported  Prints, Lowest Price in B.C., only  Shoes, Ties, Caps, etc.    Dry Goods.  Hats, Potter's  14 cents. Men's  Ladies' Fancy  r~* ��������� -i.    ./       ���������   . ������  Suits, Coats, Silks,  Shirt  Lawn  Eeady   to . Wear  Sf ������A f ki?d8v ,Lar������6' line of' Sktai Hair"  Site 1^ ?'t-LfieS and Children's Shoes .and  MSfjW8' ,Lace Curtains," Dress Goods,  2 lo? ���������' ^������01 a!nd Cotton Hose- West up-to!  date stock m Boundary.   Best Goods at low prices.  MANUFACTURING JEWELER,  1 The Only Up-to-Date Optical a. 1 r; f  c/^u   in> ,*-  'Department in the Interior. JN fcLo������JN9 B.G.  A LTD I T O-R |  U  M  THURSDAY, APRIL 20th, 1911  Bv Coca! Hmateiirs  A FARCICAL EPISODE IN ONE -ACT, ENTITLED:   ���������  THE MERE M^N  CHARACTERS CAST  Lady Betty, a serious girl ' Miss Beilha Shavr  Dolly, a lazy girl  :. Miss Cummins  Maisie, a blushing girl Miss Caldwell  Irene, an American girl ; Miss Ida Shaw .  Miss Goadsby, a girl no longer.....' Mrs. McArthur  The Hon. Mrs. Rickerby. a widow Mrs. A..F. H. Meyer  a.���������1.-_  *���������      ��������� ���������  Mrs. MacAllister   Mrs. H. Colin Cummins  ��������� ���������������������������"������������������������ ������'i.������;iuji, a  Amelia, the club servant  Miss Blunderby, the prcstimiZZZZZ"'.'.'.''..  FOLLOWED BY  CARTIER SONG iND DANCE  PART      ||  THE   PIERRETTES  BONES  Miss Parthenia Tongs  - Miss Jennie Jones  ���������  Miss Birdie Blennerliasset  Intbki.ocutor  Miss Mcliiida Jane Brown  Miss.Liza Ann Dusty  Miss Amelia Primrose  Miss Sophia Trotter  Miss Phoebe Hobbs  Cktj.0   Miss Beldon  SONG  TAMUOS  Miss Fanny Funnibone  Miss Euphemia Thundercloud  Miss Sallis Sweet  Miss Hanmierhandle  ciRcr.ic.  Miss Mollie Muggs  Miss Jane Busby  Miss Belle Bounce  Miss Susan Snickers  Miss Selina Grubb  Accompanist   Mrs; MacAllister  -      -        PIERROT AND PIERRETTE  FANCY DANCE  GOD SAVE THE KING  With the Full Company  ftpeus people4  Tlie following persons are reported deceased.  "5   Foirarty, Patrick  481   Paltinaon, Joseph H.  Greenwood  Eholt  GREENWOOD C/TY WATERWOffKS  oo.  = | NOTICE,  The Kettle River Valley; Railway  Company hereby gives notice that it  has deposited in the office of the registrar of deeds, at Kamloops, B. C.,  plans, profiles, and books of reference,  covering the first two sections of Its  line���������about 20 miles in all���������west and  north of Midway, B. C, to just beyond  Westbridge, B.C., and that such plans,  profiles, and books of reference, have  been approved by the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada.  The  Kettle River Valley Railway  Company.  C. B. GORDON,  Secretary,    '  Dated at Midway, April 8,1911.        |  It was 40 years ago last Sunday  since Lee handed his sword to  Grant, and ended the American  War; the most unpleasant event  that ever occurred in the United  States. The struggle between the  blue and the gray lasted four years  and furnished a topic of conversation for millions. It cleared the  political  atmosphere,   created  million colonels, and the black   a chance to rustle in freedom for  his bacon, watermelons, and fat  chickens.    For some time after the  -, .- ," ���������;.",::" ���������"������������������������������ ������*��������� tHan ^as tjeea sn0Wn in the past,  production of 827,172 pounds of The new service will include only  copper, 9545 ounces of silver and thfi besfc and ]at roducti(m /f  2376 ounces of gold. Net profits cotnj:dies and drim^ mad these  for the month are estimated at films afe , show(1 t -f f  $26,542,  as compared with $17,- *<-  .    .    ���������J  ma :~.  T_...  SIR GILBERT PARKER'h0'������"yIi"i0lUIff7^ndon  a    ii The Grcatcst Canadian Novelist.  '���������"" V" <*������������������������������ '"'" pousn oi n line stock inteimififrl liv Vi.,7 ���������..u  itions of fighting      *"    "UJ"**-'  but ho had his ex  the best theatres in our coast  cities, where the population and  patronage is much greater than  that of Greenwood,  The cost of this service is considerable greater than that of the  past and only through the Star  a  man  war,  nearly  every  negro in   the  tforth 0wned a long blHge co-    ^ rt������������o^at VtaTfS  nearly every white man was trying ������-'---"-- g tram trom  to get on the pension list. The  war caused a heap of expense,  some blood, and cast a ehadow over  a million homes.   As far as we can  034 in January.  There are five men working at  the Tip Top in Skylark camp.  Steadv development   is  being  carried on  at the   Bergen   coal  mine, 18  miles   west of  Greenwood. Theatre   management co-operat-  The Athelstan is making ship- ing with the Phoenix Theatre has  ments to the Greenwood smelter, it been possible to offer this ser-  Ust   week    the    Greenwood via. to the local ������ubHc.  smelter treated 13,250 tons of ore.      The prices at the Star Theatre  m,    n     ,     .      ,,, .    will remain the same as in   the  . T\e Grapky has IS men work-       t and the corjtioiiailce of this  ing at Cliff mine at Rossland,        Jpecial service wm depefld entire.  Mining men are again turning jy 0n vour liberal patronage,  their attention to the west fork of  Kettle river,  thought was swi  natural that he, too, should woo the cannon  and waa educated for the church  his eye on the cassock   u;vjru vu mo t'USSOClC  itea ior thc church. He was orduincd u deacon but his train of  iwitchcd off thc clerical track when he begun to lecture on English  inity College, Toruiito.   j went to Aus'-alia for his health, and as ono of the editors of tha  "Sydney Herald" had a roving commission to study the South Sea Islands and  their people. In his threo and a half years in Oceanica ho broadened !- -***'* -*"'*   L.-z- ....  .   .   ���������    ���������     - r....\ \~t-    ���������  ���������  literature at Trinity  * ' it to Aus'-alia for his health, and as ono of the c  lad a roving commission to study the South Sea  i threo and a half years in Oceanica ho broadened in mind and  grew moro sturdy in body; he wrote and lectured, became interested in thc stagi  and with wide-open eyes saw life under new conditions.   Thn lifpi-nnr Vio^.oo* -  thic ������������������-:~.i ��������� --      ���������    ���������  ������������������  In 1886 ho went to Aus'-alia for his health, and as ono of the editors of tha  1���������'""  L"j!on to study the South Sea Islands and  i in Oceanica ho broadened in mind and  cctured, became interested in thc stage  :\v conditions.   The literary harvest of   ������������������. . ~. .���������ww..wo "Faust," produced in Sydney, another  The Vcndotta," and two books of travel,   fi��������� i- ---��������� *- "---*    ���������  1  i:i_;   -   ���������  fork of  Last Sunday the first ore  ipped over tl  the Lone Star.  The Greenwood smelter has  sufficient Coleman coke in stock  and in transit to keep its furnaces  running until until the middle of  May, - In. addition to this eight    rw .,w <*������������r ������������u uuuui- new conditions.   The literary harvest of  thia-period was an adaptation of Goethe's "Faust," produced in Sydney, another  Clay "The Vcndotta," and two books of travel.   Then lie wont to England,.and  is real literary genius had its first outcropping^ in his wo'rks of fiction.  Hia remarkablo short stories "Pierro and his Peoplo," opened up the literary  dark continent of the Hudson Bay country. They were fresh, crisp,.vigorous  ond virilo talcs; tho field was new, thc treatment masterly, tho character drawing  vital, real and sympathetic, and tho open-air atmosphere bracing and tingling aa  o cold-water plungo,' They had tho same note of sureness, the same unci""''���������-*  , . 0-. _ -���������j .������*������ vn������ duiihj iiutu ui miruness, ino same unauestionecl  revelation of the coming of a great writer, that marked* tho ddbut of Kipling in hia  "Plain Talcs from tho Hills.'r Most authors have a special sentimental fondnesa  for their first-born, but Sir Gilbert bought back and suppressed his first novel "The,  Chief Factor," after more than fifty thousand copicn had b'ecn sold. Of his twenty  or more'books, perhaps "The Right of Way" has inspired most discussion and ���������  added most to his prcstigc.and popularity. .-������������������'  OIL!-     <��������� ./...'  Coi/iiTaiirp may be a polite deception, but marriago in a lino eye-  opener.    The work of Nature cannot be  nullified by forms a;iu ceremonies  and that is ono reason why matrimonial laws have caused so much  Kin and misery on this planet.  .. _._  uUi������w.iK.   xii u study on tho fourth floor Sir Gilbert  does his literary work. Success, which turns the heads of many of fortune's fav������  oritcs, simply gives new poise, caso and dignity to others. Simple, strong and  unaffected, Sir Gilbert carries with an unconscious grace thc honors ho so justly won,  ������������������nteroilOCCOrillDgtoActoftterarllamont of Ciuiada, In tlie year 1905, by W, 0. Mtck, it Uu Pejartmcnt ni Agriculture  If you want to know what Ferry  was like in the boom days, send 10  cents to tho Ledge office* for a copy  of Lowory's Claim, of Deo. WOO,  The Grand Forks Gazette states,  that a Spokane man is thinking of  running an auto stage line, be*  tween Greenwood and Midway,

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