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The Ledge Aug 8, 1907

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 REGINA, WATCHES  AT ALL PRICKS.  ABS0I,UT1{LY GUARANTEED  ,   'A. LOGAN 8c CO.  WATCHMAKERS .AND JEWELERS  Vol' XEV  \ THURSDAY, AUGUST 8,1907.  ,./)  ^jc^^u^i^  FOR RHEUMATISM AND HOT WEATHER PAINS  Ese Ivillie's Menthol i'uirl Mustard Liniment. ���������'     ���������        Only 35c. a-lJotLIe at  WHITE  BROS.  DRUGGISTS. OPTICIANS.  No. "5  l'  Local Interest'  Dr. .JMathison, .dentist, opposite  ��������� the postoffice.  A; bath has been  put  in  at the  fire hall by E. W. Bishop.    %    .  '   E.    Oppenheimer. of   CJhewelah  ��������� was a visitor to the cily this week.  Mrs. Martin Sater' of Seattle is  spending the summer with -Andy  and Mrs. Sater.  j Lloyd A. Mauley of Victoria,'  formerly of Grand Forks, was a  visitor in the city this week.  Miss Dynes returned this week after spending her holidays at Nelson  and other Kootenay lake points.  The band now gives open air  concerts every Thursday evening,  which are much enjoyed by the  citizens.  Dr. Barrett, of Winnipeg, Dominion inspector of breweries, was  iu the district this week inspecting  the local breweries.  B.   S.  Isaacs of the Nelson. Iron  works was in the city Tuesday  on  business connected  with the local  branch of the firm.  ,'���������  It. L. Trotter, who has been visiting IT. McCutcheon, left on Mon-  ,^ day for the coast cities,  and  will  r he joined thereby Mrs. Trotter and  Miss McCutcheon toward  tho end  of tho month.  ' The fire brigado had a run to  the south end of town Monday  evening and put out a ground fire  that would probably have resulted  .in the'destruction of several buildings.    The   team  made a record  ��������� run.  Billy Smith and Alex. Nippy,  the two men who were charged  with obtaining goods from tho Rus-  sell-Caulfield Co.' under false pretences, were sentenced to one year  "each at hard labor by the police  .. magistrate. Chief Dodd took the  men over to Nelson Tuesday.  Last week The Ledge was dated  Juno 1 instead of.August   1.    The  only way in which thc mistake can  \   be accounted for is that the system  ��������� of wheels in theeditor's head was  reversed, and went backwards.  The only -regret is that time  could not as easily be put back  20 or 30 or 40 years.  A number of cricketers from  Greenwood and Boundary Palls  will go over to Grand Forks Saturday to play the eleven of that city.  The team so far chosen are: N.  F. Kendall, E. G. Triman. J. D.  Fox, E. R. Townley, Sidney M.  Johnson, T. S. Paliiier, A. Haw-  ' try, E. IL Dickman and F. W.  McLaine.  Don't forget that the seat sale  for the "Juvenile Bostonians"  will be open for subscribers on Friday/ August I (i, all who wish to  secure good seats will please call  ���������....:. and sign the list at^White's drug  store, no advance in prices of ad-  "*"' mission, 100 reserved without extra  charge. Plan opens for the general  public on Saturday, August 17.  ���������Evidence was taken before Gold  Commissioner McMynn Monday in  a case involving water rights of  Long lake. The Greenwood City  Waterworks Company have a record for the water of Long lake,  and have erected a dam there, tho  water to bo. used in case of a short-  ago, in Boundary creek. John  Mulligan applied for a record of  _.'.^,tor from tho lake to bo. used for  smelter purposes. This was contested by tho company already  having tho .record." Tho Gold  commissioner, reserved decision.  A. M.' Whiteside of .Greenwood appeared for the Waterworks eom-  pany; and S. S. Taylor, K. (J., of  Nelson, for Mulligan.  left last  "Cariboo Brand" Tape Gutta  Percha Fusil is the highest grade.  Hunter-Kcndrick Co. are distrib-  u tors.  Andy Rowe is spending a month  in the coast cities. > '    /  There was a danco at the Mother  Lode last evening.  P. D. Ahern of CampMcKinney  is a visitor in the city.  Miss Oppenheimer of Vancouver  is visiting her brother, Dr. Oppenheimer.  Mrs. L. A. Smith and daughter  of Anaconda, left this week for a  visit to Spokane.  Duncan Ross,   M.   P.  Friday for Ottawa,   to   be gone  three weeks or a month.  Rev. M. D. and Mrs. McKee returned this week after a month  spent in the vicinity, of Spokane.  Alex. Broomfield of Midway left  Monday last for a trip to Edmonton, Alta. He will be gone about  two weeks.  The shaft in the Diamond.Texas  is down R0 feet, and still in very  hard rock. At the 100-foot level  cros^cutting will be commenced.  Mrs. J. W. Ellis -left Friday  morning for Wenatohee, Wash.,  io visit relatives there, after which  she will join her husband in Vancouver.  J. 4A. McKinnon of Rossland,  an old timer in the Boundary, "was  in the city this week writing Tup  life insurance.. .TTo left .for home  Wednesday.  upon the occasion of their visit to  the city last spring were, if anything, more delighted with the performance last evening, and especially so with the appearance of little  Halcyon Martin the most juvenile  of the juveniles. Although scarce-  five years of age, tho small tot possesses a wonderfully strong voice  and sings her songs and carries her  parts with a surprising degree of  the finished artisto in her manner.  The "Rajah of Pazala" is a lively  and entertaining piece of comic  opera, with a plot just sufficiently  intricate to maintain the interest.  The prominent figure in the. play  is' "Buttons," the cabin boy of the  H. M. S. Dominion, in which character* appears Babe Mason, the  star of the compaii3r.' Little Miss  Mason has lost none of her charms  in the past year and she received  well deserved applause. Grace  Hutchinson is another of the young  artists who is also well received.  A new actress appeared in the role  of Pat Luuey, the tramp, in the  person of Jessio Macpherson, but  her presentation of the part was  fully equal to any that have preceded her. Jack Hutchinson is  also a new addition to the company  and appeared well in the solo, "The  Union Jack."���������Morning Journal.  Edmonton, Alta.  ��������� Auditorium, Greenwood, August  21-22.  Midway Banquets Popular  Customs- Officer.  HIS     MANY    FRIENDS  Express Regret  at   His .Departure  and Wish Him  Success in  His New ~3.Qim.4f.  R. Kefl'er, publisher of the Anaconda News, returned this week  from a month's holiday spent at  Spokane and coast points. The  News appeared yesterday after a  three-weeks' suspension.  Norman McLeod of the Greenwood Waterworks company, received a telegram Saturday conveying tho information that Iih  sister was seriously ill, and left for  Winnipeg on the afternoon train.  Frank Gome, who has been iu  the hospital, i������r SIX: weeks, being  treated for blood-poisoning in the  the left hand and arm, was discharged last week, and will be able  to resume work on his Central  camp prospects shortly.  Jos. P. Kelly came in from Waterville, Wash., last evening and  will go up to Beaverdell Saturday  to do assessment on his properties.  Mr. Kelly was one of the first  residents of Greenwood, coming  here in JS9(i. He is now in business in Waterville.  J. Fleishman of Vancouver was  in the city Saturday. Mr. Fleishman was a resident of tho Boundary some years "ago.,' and is now  If you require nice toilet soap,  well milled, delicately perfumed  and made of the best materials,  White Bros can supply you from f>  cents a cake to SI.25 a cake.  CITY COUNCIL.  "The city council  met   Monday  evening, present the  mayor,   and  travelling for a jewellry house.  Ho reports business throughout  the interior better this season than  it has ever been before.  In tho case of the Calgary Brewing Company v. Mclntyre & McDonald, an interpleader ca3o ar-.  g'ued at the last County Court,  judgement has been given for defendants, by His Honor Judge  Brown. David Whiteside and C.  J. Leggatt appeared for the plaintiffs and A. ft[. Whiteside for the  defendants.'  Bostonians Strong- Favorites.  The clover juvenilo artists, the  Bostonians, who are entertaining  tho Kdiiionton public this week at  the Edmonton opera house, made a  decided hit last evening in the presentation of "The Kajah of Pazala"  before a wall-filled house. Those  who were privileged to hoar the  Bostonians in this same little opera  Aldermen Desrosiers, Nelson, Sullivan and Sutherland. Minutes of  previous meeting read and adopted.  A letter was read from R. G.  Hargreaves, instructor of tho Boys'  'Brigade, thanking council for donation of S25.  The city officials were instructed  to turn water off and on in place of  the city plumber.  A petition was presented asking  for ��������� donation for Mrs. Farrell.  Maj'or. was asked to investigate  and if necessaiy to provide in the  meantime and report at next meeting.  Driver Mulhern asked for an increase in salary. Moved by Alderman Nelson, seconded by Alderman Desrosiers, that driver be paid  at rate of SI20 per month, commencing with the month of August. Carried. It was also passed  that tho work day for ordinay labor be 8 hours and %'i per day.  Moved by Alderman Desrosiers  and seconded hy Alderman Nelson,  that salaries of city clerk and the  chief of polieo be increased ������20 per  month.    Carried.  Moved by Alderman Nelson, seconded by Alderman Sutherland,  that all propert}' purchased at the  tax sale by the Corporation of' the  City of Greenwood, be sold at upset  price to the owuer thereof, for the  the amount of taxes due thereon,  provided such privilege is exercised  before the first day of January  1908.    Carried.    '.'.;.*  Finance committeo secommonded  payment of the followiug accounts:  K. W. Hishop ....5195 .30  Russell-I.aw-Caiilfield Co    33 30  Crane and Co    40 32  B.C. Telephone.... ^   White  Bros........................   A. A. Frechette....'........   Boundary Creek Times   The  Ledge ,   Greenwood Cily  Waterworks....  Nelson Iron  Works   Yale-Coliiinhia...    36 24  Sater & Johns      5 Ho  2 '5  19 00  2 50  8 00  5 o������������������  2 .jo  3 r ys  The iron moulders of St. LouiH  accepted an increaso of 15 cento  per day offered by the employers  instead of tho 25 cents demanded,  Saturday evening n. banquet was  tendered R. Gardom at the Lancashire House,' Midway, between  thirty and forty of his Midway and  Greenwood friends being present.  Midway people have always been  noted for' tho whole-heartedness  with which they entered into affairs of this kind,' and Saturday  night's banquet-was no exception  .to the rule.  Years ago Mid way had an organization  known  as  tbe   "Thirteen  Club" which met every  Saturday  evening.    It was something on the  linos of the Y. M. C. A., with perhaps a little more liberty allowed  its members along certain lines, in  order to harmonise with conditions  in tire west.    About  twelve years  ago  three young men, arrived in  Midway , from  Winnipeg  on  the  regulaikweekly stage. Friday evening.    Prominent members  of the  club called   upon  them  and  welcomed them  to .the district,  and  .iiu,identttJly���������ascci,.toiaed .thoicuio.de  of gaining a   JivlihoocfT    It   was  found that they were missionaries  of tho Presbyterian faith, and. had  come to minister to  the  spiritual  needs of the residents of the  country from Grand Forks to Prtiiticfon  and    Princeton.    They- had   read  some of Ralph Connor's  effusions,  and    had   become enthused  with  that excellent author's pipe-dream  descriptions of western  conditions.  Thej' were,  of course,   invited to  the meeting of the club that Saturday evening, but owing  to  iriisrer  sentatioiis of the local assayer failed to put in an   appearance.    Just  at daybreak   on Sunday  morning  the club called at the assay office  and begged an interview with  thc  assayer and the parsons.    All came  out  in  their night  clothes,   and,  standing in front of the  building,  offered to convert the  whole club  free of charge.    The club members  not to bo  outdone,  offered   liquid  refreshments, also free  of charge.  Neither would  accept  the other's  hospitality and the parsons return-  to their slumbers and the members  of   tho   club   to  their  respective  homes.    A fter a time  the parsons  and    tho   thirteeners  became the  best of friends although   neither  sympathised with the other's form  of    entertainment.    Tho    parsons  gained experience,  and tho members of   the club were  none tho  worse for contact with the college  boys.    One of tho parsons afterward served in the South   African  war, and is now pastor of a coast  church; another was located  for -a  time   at   Fornie,  endeavoring to  bring the denizens of that benighted burg to a knowledge of saving  graco,  and it must bo admitted  that   preaching in  Fernie is far  nionr strenuous than   lighting in-  South Africa; tho third student  is  now pastor of an Irish Tory congregation in Grey county, Ontario,  an easy position, providing ho can  discriminato between Orange and  Green.  Saturday    night's banquet  was  equal to any of the thirteen club's  lid.  the National Anthem, the health of  Mr. "Gardom was proposed, and in a  short speech ho thanked his friends.  Ife was sorry to leave Midway,  but, after all. money was the lode-  stone that attracted most of us.  He would always remember the  friends he had made in the Boundary. He had, of course, felt strongly on part}r issues, but had never  allowed politics; to interfere with  his official duties.'  "The Ladies" was responded to  by Frank Sherwood, U. S. deputy  collector of customs.  "The Press" by the Midway  Star and .Ledge representatives.  "Commercial Interests" by Manager Moo of the Eastern Townships  Bank.  "Transportation" by H. R.'Stev-  euson of the C. P. R.  and D.   W.  Williams of the Great Northern.  <   "Pioneers" by J.   R.  Jackson,  0. J. Lundy, and C. L. Thomet.  Jos. Wilmshurst spoke for the  provincial government.  /  The Agricultural interests were  responded to by Mr. Lee in the  speech of the evening.  The.U. S. A. by Thos Kelly and  Stub Williems.  Visitors called Bert Logan and A.  D. Hallett to their feet.  Dr. Tamblin spoke for the professions, and K. Hankiuson, Alex.  Broomfield and Ed. Melville made  short speeches.  A. *W. Sowter aud J. R. Ferguson also replied to toasts. All  spoke highly of Mr. Gardom, and  wished him every success.  After a vote of thanks to the  chairman, and also to Mrs. Dowd-  ing for"the"excellent Banquet provided, the singing of "Auld Lang  Syne" ended a most enjoyable  evening.  Mr. Gardom leaves about the  Loth for Vancouver to engage in  the insurance business.  Co  President Steel Replies  SSSSftS&S SS������S9SS"6������������SS?gS^iSBSBSS3S  We have weekly shipments of  Eden Bank Butter. The Russell-  Law-Caulfield Co.  Band Concert.  Weather permitting, the Greenwood Concert Band will render the  following programme this evening :  March, "Greeting to Dexter" Crosby  Waltzes, "Poetica" Theo Moses-Tobani  Intermezzo, "Fairy Queen" Wenrich  Two Step, "Arab Wanna"....Theo. Morse  Selection, "Norma" Bellini  Characteristic, "Sliding Jim" Losey  Waltzes, "Signora" Laurens  March, "Brooks' Marine Band" Seitz  God Sank the Kino.  To Editor Greenwood Ledge,  Dexh Sir : In the last issue of  1 *  the Bouudary Creek Times, August 2, it refers to my- inflammatory speech on the street. If it is  inflammatory to speak the truth,  then I have no apologies to make.  One of the things I said, that there  was a citizens' alliance in Greenwood and the only .thing they  lacked was a charter, and I can  prove it, as when there is any labor  trouble the merchants make themselves more conspicuous than tlie  company managers. A tip for the  future���������don't sit on tho fence���������  mine and smelter managers are  well able to take care of themselves. As to congratulations, the  men of the Western Federation of  Miners, every man of them, ought  to be proud to be members. They  are the most .progressive and ag:  gressive labor organization in the  world, as, through the efforts of  the local union, the men are being  paid better now for an S and U  hour day than they we're for a 10  hour day. Last year S3,423.00  was paid for sick benefits and StiOO  for education and SI000 is being  spent for that purpose this year.  The Boundary Creek Times says I  declared myself an anarchist.  When it makes that statement it is  wrong. What I did say was ������������������Had  Haywood been .found guilty, we,  the members of the W. F. M.  would be branded as anarchists,"  as the laws of Canada prohibit anarchists meeting in secret we would  not be able to hold anjr more meetings, which is true. Hut the trial  of Haywood has proven this 'much  ���������anything-the devil is ashamed to  do the mine owners' associations  and citizens' alliance will do for  him.  As to being "excited," to that I  plead guilty myself. Millions of  others who never believed Haywood guilty, even after the President of the United States called  him "undesirable" and when papers like the Spokesman- Review  had Haywood tried, convicted and  hanged and then have to take back  the lie, its time to get excited.  When Moyer and Pettibone are  free men T shall go some more.  Also, the merchants came in for  severe handling. Well, its coming  to them. I can point .to several  cases    where   married   men   with  Regulating Electric Light.  It is possible that the incandescent electric lamp will soon be sus-  ceptable to the same amount of j laren  f*"������������������es have been   refused  regulation as gas, for there is now  on tho market a lamp operated by  for capital or labor in the Boundary  until there is a co-operative store  in every town in the Boundary.  The woiking men are beginning,  to see its not tho business that  builds up a community,���������it's the  pay-roll.  It's not many months ago since  the Boundary Creek Times like  Judas Iscariot, sold itself for a few  pieces of silver, by getting out a  a special edition for the British Columbia Copper Co.  Yours etc.,  ���������Fiiamc Stisj-Uj,  President Greenwood Union,  No. 22, W. F. M.  Youngest Army Ofiier.  " Of the more than  5,000 officers  carried  on  the long payroll of the  United States army, to First Lieut.'  Joseph    Henry    Pelot,    Artillery  Corps, belong the distinction of be-"  ing   the    youngest   commissioned  officer.  The rules for the .admission of  cadets to the Military Academy  prescribe that no candidate shall  be admitted who is under 17 years  of age, but Lieut. Pelot entered  "West Point when only sixteen days  over the minimum age limit. He  was born June I, 1885, in Missouri, and before entering West  Point he graduated from the Blackburn High School, at Blackburn,  Mo. He was admitted to the "Military Academy on Juue 10, 1902.  Notwithstanding that he was the "  youngest member of his class, his  standing for the four years at the  academy was always high, for he  graduated last June No. 10 among  70' members. Upon graduation he  was assigned as second lieutenant .  to the Artillery Corps, and is now  serving with the Eighth Battery in  the Philippine Islands as a first  lieutenant. Should he not leave  the service for any other cause he  would not retire for age until June  1,10-10.���������Army and-Navy Life.  Old Glory Shamed.  At tho Battle of Bladensburg,  thc American troops were defeated  by tho British, under the command of an Irish officer named  Ross. In recognition of his services in winning this" victory, his  sovereign granted him the title of  Ross of Bladensburg, and to his  crest was added au American flag,  reversed, with the shaft broken.  The  title  is hereditary.    Tn   out  most enthusiastic gathering,  A. Ham, one of tho charter members of the club presided. After  a toa;~t to tlio King and sinking of  a chain which is capable of three  degrees of illumination. One point  sheds an illumination of 80 per  cent of its total capacity, which,  iu the case of the 1G candle power  lamp, is barely sufficient to indicate the location of the lamp to one  entering the room and who may  want to reach the light in order to  turn it up higher. This tiny glow  does away with the necessity of  groping around in tho dark in  search of the lamp, often at the  sacrifico of some of the bric-a-brac  of the room. Tho second point of  adjustment causes the filament to  glow at about three-quarters of the  lamp's capacity.   K'  the necessities of life ai.d have also! generation the possessor is a col-  cnel  of  the Irish   Fusileers,, who  won some fame in  the  Boer  war.  The Structural Building Trades  Alliance of America now has a  membership of 200,000 outside of  New York city.  Sonio people pride themselves in  saying just what they think. Did  you ever notice that very often  this class of people say before they  havo time to think.  Godliness ia of the heart, not of  tho mouth.  been guarinsheed before a check  coming and the history of some of  tliu merchants of llii.i town h well  known to the members of the \Y.  F. M.. The scabs soaked .them,  good in Rossland. Now'I.have ns  much use for a man .thrift does not  pay his bills as I have for a rattlesnake; but I don't believe in a man  being turned down when ho'is up  against it. Tliu-iiierohauts have at  all times fought organized labor  when in trouble in this and every.  other town. A .man can get credit  at the co-operative hoarding house  but if any man after receiving', a  check goes away without paying Ins  board he will be. published- in the  official organ of tho W. V. M.���������  the Miners' Magazine, and if he is  wise he will keep his naiiio out of  there.  I havo had ���������many conferences  with mine and smelter managers  and their words havo been tlmt  their companies have gone, the  limit. It is the same with the  nnrchants. When the men get- a  raise in pay the cost of living goes  up, so that tho men are worse oil"  than before.  There .will bo no peace or safety  And this Ross of Pladensburg uses  as his crest today the Stars, and  Stripes turned upside down, and  with the shaft broken in two.  Job Printing at The Ledge.  You can not avoid responsibility  by shirking duty.  Love levels all lanes.  True .penitence does  not    wait  legal conviction.  The man who always looks up  usually has a cheerful outlook.  Seeds of happiness -novel' sprout  when planted in the soil of hate.  Better to bo n ''has been" than  a "never W'i.s.ser." ���������'..������?  Jealousy is the green bug in the  field of happiness.    ���������  Some men ought to bo tnu/.zled  before their dogs are.  When a man finally learns what  ho wants ho hits a good start.  A lot; of people never think "of  repentance until their sins aro made  publit.\ v  Investigation will often discloso  that a greasy "jumper" covers a  broadcloth heart.  V  masmm Greenwood, R G, Ann-. 8, 1907.  Thk GRE1SNWOOD LEDGE  tf  fgSjffiPBSffi^sswmmzsa^i^^  '\~\  % We arc commencing our annual summer sale on  Wednesday, July 10th. It is our. intention to clear  our entire stock of Summer Goods and Millinery at  greatly reduced prices.   Call early and inspect our  1 stock while sizes and lines remain complete.  RENDELL & CO  Dry Goods.  THE SMOKE  From British I  /ion and  Mainland Cigars can be  seen all over British Co  lumbia.     Wm.  Tietjen  makes them in  Vancou-  ver,, and . Nat  Darling  sells them on thc road.  Regular monthly meetings of  Greenwood lodge, No. 2S, A. F. it  A. M. are held on the first Thursday in each month, in Fraternity  hall. Wood block. Government St.,  Greenwood. Visiting brethren are  cordially invited to attend.  K. (i. Wakkk.v W. M.  J. S. Piunie, Secretary.  W. F. M"  Greenwood Miners' Union No.  2'J. W. F. M., meets every Saturday evening in Union Hall, Copper  street, at 7:.">0.  Also in Hall at Mother Lode  mine, Thursday evenings at 7:30.  Kiia.vk Stkki.,  President.  R. A. Matliiksox, Secretary.  THE  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, H. C , and thc price is $3 a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, United  States, Mexico and Great Britain. To  other countries it is sent postpaid for  $2.50 a year. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood, B, C.  R. T. LOWERY,  PUBLISHER.  GREENWOOD, B. C. AUGUST   8, 1907  A Poou pencil will sometimes  write a good paragraph.  GEXKKAr, Chai.es Waiikex is  overdue in the Boundary.  -   The fall fair is almost here  and  our melons,arc not yet ripe.  Boost for Greenwood and watch  your bank account increase in bulk.  Eveiiv two or three days  somebody Hilda ore in this province.  brown and yellow souls. Until  the lots are put on the market  there is no use of going to Prince  ! Rupert and that may not be until  next spring. In the meantime  John will publish his paper, sleeps  in a tent and dream about tho mayoralty of.the coining city.  Diamond rings from S20.00  up.  At A. Logan & Co's.  Receipt for a Good Town.  Grit  Vim  Snap  Energy  Schools  Morality  Churches  Harmony  Cordiality  Advertising  Talk about it  write about it  Cheap property  Help to improve it  Advertise in its papers  Patronise its merchants  Good country tributary  1'vlect good men to ofllce  Honest competition in prices  Make the atmosphere healthy  Fire all the croakers, loafers and  deadbeats.    Let your object he the  welfare, growth and   promotion  of  your town and  its  people.    Speak-  well of the public spirited men and  also be one of them  yourself.    Pe  honest with all vour fellow men.  When you want a monument or  headstone write to the Kootenay  Marble .Works, Nelson, P>. C.  Fete Dieu In Montreal.  It is a dull day when someone  ; does not build a 11) story building  'in  Vancouver.  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE  WORLD  GREENWOOD LOCAL MO. 31 1  Meets first and third Wednesdays of every  month in Kagles Hall atS p. in. Visiting  members cordially invited to attetid.  Frank Spearing, Fin. sec'y,  Edgar W. Dvnxs, President.  I    The resources of the Boundary  I are wonderful and should be  more  extensively advertised.  Indications    are   favorable  for  |another   coal   famine during  the  coming winter.    This is one of the  evils of excessive prosperity.  A Cai.oaky paper is shouting  for the Zinn dancing girls to come  there. Probably wants them to  warm the town to stave off the  coal famine.  Choice   Emit  LANDS  For Sale at ������10, $12 and ������15  Per Acre.  R. J. STEEL  NELSON. B. C  The Hotel Slocan  Three Forks, li. C, is the leading  hotel of the city. Mountain trout  and jjaine dinners a specialty.  Rooms reserved by telegraph.  Hugh Hiyen, Prop.  HE ARLINGTON  COPPER ST. GREENWOOD  None but the best brands  of liquors and cigars,  Morning bracers and  iind evening hy balls always within easy reach  oi'the 'barkeep."  C. A. DEMPSEY prop.  The Reception Hotel  In Camborne gives all its patrons  the purest food, drink and [cigars.  James   Lindsley' Prop.  Ross Thompson has made a fortune in .Nevada. Nearly every  man around these hills wishes it  was two. Did you know Ross in  the flush days of Rossland?  A Gold Cure Institute is to be  established at Calgary. As there  is nothing inthat cow camp that  will kill except whiskey, the undertakers and boozerine dealers are  trying to have an injunction served upon it. Up in Banff it might  help to ruin Doc Britt or Harry  Mcintosh at Halcyon.  It is said that Mrs. Thaw and  her mother-in-law are at Banff under the name of Frost. The event  seems to be of great importance  judging from the many reports in  the daily press about what they  cat, etc. The people seem to relish  the news about those who have figured in sensational court scenes.  It showa a vitiated literary taste.  The wreck o/ the Columbia not  long ago on the Pacific coast  should do away with those gaudy  but frail boats that sail along the  coast. People are crazy for speed  which often makes safety a /secondary consideration, and greed will  make vessel owners sail any craft  that will hold together long enough  to get out of port unless tho law  comes down with a different regime. ���������  With John Houston at tho ink  barrel the Empire has risen at  Prince Rupert. Tt came to the  front on July, L'O, has throe illustrations, is a typographical triumph  and its white wings will lly to you  for 85 a year. Tho first issue contains but two ads., and both are  land notices with Jap names at the  bottom. In a graphic manner the  Empire tolls all its editor knows  about Prince Rupert and.gives tho  names of all tho population which  at present amounts to  I2'.i  white,  Very impressive and picturesque  is the festival of Fete Dieu as it is  -���������held in Montreal .on the first Sunday after Trinity Sunday in each  year. The procession and ceremony in honor of the "Blessed  Sacrament" by Roman Catholics  dates back many centuries but has  been observed in Montreal since at  least 16-lfl. Familiar as the sight  is to Montrealers, the streets are  nevertheless thronged as the procession passes.  From Notre Dame the processson  starts, to St. Patrick's church  grounds, where a beaufcilful "repository was erected for the occasion.  Varied and novel in character are  the units which constitute the procession. Little girls are there clad  in long veils, signifying that they  have attended their first communion. Little boys who have reached  the same spiritual mile post wear  ribbons and badges. Then come  novices sombrely garbed, followed  by grey nuns and monks, clad in  coarse brown serge ulsters and  wearing sandals. Farther down  the line are priests' in. elaborately  embroidered gowns of offic e* Ladies in ordinary attire are there too,  ladies of fashion and social standing who march for the time being  shoulder to shoulder with women  who earn their living by manual  labor. Members of various church  societies carrying banners and mottoes constitute a large part of the  procession.  Finally comes the baldacein, a  gorgeous canopy of cloth of gold,  beneath which Bishop Raciot walked carrying the Host. Beside him  was the archbishop of Montreal  clad in the elaborate vestments of  his high oflice. Mount St. Louis  cadets marched behind the baldachin as a guard of honor. At the  passing of the'Host, all the faithful  Catholics on thc lino of march silently uncover and fall on their  knees. Bringing up the rear of the  procession were the members of the  Montreal Bar, headed by Judges  Tachereau, Guerin, Curran and  Lafoutaine.  Regina watches for everybody at  all prices.    A. Logan & Co.  Grey Horses In Maine.  After tho disquisition on the  value of grey horses, as compared  with horses of other colors, the  Parkhurst writer sagely notes:  "You may change a farmer's religion or politics, make him think ho  is rich and handsome, coax his  wife to run away with you, or soil  him  a dog,   but you  will   never  make him   think  a  grey  horse  is  not a  jewel.   ,1  read   somewhere  I recently that grey horses were  not  jup-to the  standard,   or words .to  ! that effect.    1 never was7 so  astonished in my  life.    I   have'always  thought,    and   do  now,   that  the  grey   or    white horses  were the  handsomest,,toughest breed on the  planet.  "The celebrated Arabian, horses  are white or dapple grey. Famous  generals in all wars have ridden  while or iron grey chargers. Circus men select grey horses to draw  the band waggons in street parades.  A great packing company always  selects Perchoron horses, not so  much for their color, but because  their feet will stand travelling on  the pavements better than any  draught breed. It is said that  Joan of Arc rode a milk white  horse, and St. John the revelator,  saw a white Iforse in heaven (Rev.  vi. 2). Half of the draught horses  iii Aroostook are white' or grey,  and another decade will sec DO per  cent, of them that color."���������From  the Lewiston Journal.  N. J. Fitzhenry of Jersey City  has been re-elected international  president of the United Boilermakers' and Shipbuilders' union.  ��������� Green cucumbers, tomatoes, turn  ips, carrots and other vegetables  at the busy store. The Russell-  Law-Caulfiied Co.  Mountaineer and Kootenay _ S tan dar d   C iga rs.  . Made*-by  % %. turn $f go., nelson  flem market Hotel  Is the home for all tourists  and millionaires visiting New  Denver.   Biitish J Columbia.  H.E-NI1Y   STEGE,   PROPR.  ^,_ ,L , r , -r���������- mmmrmiiii ���������  imiwiin    ' ���������'��������� ���������������!��������� ������������������ ��������������������������� n  J. R. Cameron.  IANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  ESTABLISHED   IN-1836.  Leading Tailor of tho  Kootenays.  * d ������ ������~ J.  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. C,  Is  a  comfortable  home  for'all  who travel to that city.  "COCKLE & PAPWORTH.  NE of the oldest banks dome' business in this  country. ' ������������������  56 Branches in Canada and United States  Prompt attention given to collections. *  Savings   Deptment. ���������Deposits of $1.00 and  upwardsl'cccived.     Interest paid half-yearly._  Drafts bought and sold and'a general banking  business transacted.  H. F. STOW, MANAGER  GREENWOOD BRANCH.  || BANK   OF   MONTREAL  !f-+! ESTABLISH. D -1817.  t}^3 PAID   UP   CAPITAL, $14,000,000.         ".REST,  $ 1 1,000,000  ~'ft UNDIVIDED'? BOFITS, $422,689.98  tpfj (.i(sii(!i'.-il Ilunklii!? niiMiicn-ilTrausiictwl.   -DnifU issued on all points, and Colleo  'f+ tiejiis Hindu ������r. lowusl, mtus.  jj^jj SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   }    W. F..PROCTOR,  The Brotherhood Railroad Car  Wen has a membership oi ."��������� 1,000  distributed through the United  States and Canada.  The Kootenay Hello is not a girl.  It is a cigar that every smokei  should be introduced to.  Grrand por<ks  and Phoenix  Jeweler and Optician,  dealer in  Fine Watches, L-Iigh-Class Jewelry.  Diamonds, etc.  life  CONTRACTOR!   "I  AND BUILDER I  ������   Dealer in  |    Windows, Doors,  |       Turned Work and  | g Inside Finish. ||  | SLIINGLES^BLUCK.KTC. ||  | MANITOBA j  1 Wood I Fibre Plaster I  In order to advertise  have been handling  bhree years we are  going to  PHONE   65  ^I'lilllllli'lllillllllllllKllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!  MillEti*  9  The  Will be appreciated by  tlie Tourists, ���������  Travelers and Mining Men visiting the  Slocan.   Kverylliing up-to-date.  m. m. sehhett;  PROPRIETOR       i  I $������������900Gn������������9������&*������o������c������������������0������a5  SEEDS  TREES      j  PLANTS  For the farm, garden, lawn  or conservatory. Tested Stock of  Reliable Approved Varieties,!,^  reasonable prices.  Bee supplies, Spray Pumps.and  Spraying Material, Cut I'<iweiB,.ulc  to every 25th customer purchasing  Tec Cream, 20c?' per Dish .  Tee Cream Sundaes, 20c. per dish.  Tee Cream Sodaes. 15c- per Glass,  Orangeade, 10c. per glass.  Lemonade, 10c. per Glass.  Milk, 10c. per Glass.  ' Milk Shakes, 15c. per    alas, Etc  A one-pound box of these Newport  Chocolates,   which we handle   in  Bulk and Fancy Boxes. We carry  about 50 different varieties of these  goods. Fresh shipments on the road  all the time.   Look out, for NO. 25  very Time.  *  ���������CATALOGUK.FJIKK  M. J. HENRY  3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver  Copper Street, Greenwood.  EVEEYBOTJY INCLUDED IN HUNTING  >. 25 T  THE v G KEEN^OOD.. LEDGE.  Kings Liquer Scotch Whiskey  .���������   ' ���������        ' 12 Years Old  J. ,W. Burmestcrs White, Port.  Jas. Honncssy & Co's- 3-Star Brandy. -  GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO.  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD^ B. C.  TO RENT  3-Roomed Cottage.  5-Roomed Flat.  ('-Roomed House.       8-Roomed House  Comfortable Cottage for Sale.  'BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO. LTD  Opposite Postoffice, Greenwood, B. C  la^iiaaag^gBEiasss^^s^ag  of the Boundary District, if you want  Furniture, just .drop us a Hue. We can  suit your tastes and your pockets.  NELSON, B. C  AGENTS FOR THE BELL PIANO.  mmmammj&sB^ss^s!wsx^^fgm  "Hoodlums Who Have Votes.".  Two   considerations,    and   two  only, are put forward in  favor  of  the unrestricted immigration of the,  Japanese���������n'amoly, that of economy  and that of amity' between  Great  Britain and Japan.    These, accord-  to the advocates of the open  door  for the yellow race?, are the  matters of paramount importance  in  the   premises.   There   are   other  tilings, it is admitted, but they are  he'd to be greatly  outweighed  by  the blessing of 'cheap coolie labor  plus the continuance of  harmony  between the government af King  Edward and that of tlie Mikado.  In fact, such  free traders as' the  Montreal Witness would admit the  Japanese on the economic grounds  alone.  Wo arc surprised to lind a newspaper so  ostentatiously moral and  religious as  tho  Witness  arguing  that the laborer's cheapness is  tho  cardinal  virtue.    In -Japan   itself  wages are as low as  the  Christian  economist-could desire and tlie lot  of    the  working   classes  is  what  might be expected, whore  toil  receives such wretched reward.    The  buying power of  the coolie could  not be much   lower  if  hu  were a  slave.    Does    tho   AVitness  fancy  thatas the ideal-state of individual  happiness and the basis of national  greatness?    It* so,   we .can   understand why  it so  passionately, opposes suggestions, for  die  limiting  of   Asiatic immigration.    Jt  evidently sees, as everybody else does,"  that the swarming in, 'of Japanese  laborers will depress wages so that  it wiU be impossible for the  white  laboring  man   to  continue  in the  enjoyment   of   such  comfort's as  their present remuneration enables  them to command.    Many  things  which everybody can   now  afford,  and.which are regarded as  necessaries of life, would soon be put out  law of India.  In 1902, the last year for' which  figures are available, no fewer than  25,180 judicial floggings were inflicted upon adult male and female  ofl'onders for petty "theft and the  like. According- to Sir- Henry  .Cotton, M._ P., KG. S. I.,-who  haspublished a pamphlet on this  subject, these'floggings are admin-  isted publicly over the bare body.  .. The triangles are an unpleasant  feature outside' every- criminal  court in India. Sir Henry says: ���������  ."J have known of floggings so severe that- the/victims have died  on tho triangles to which they were  tied."  And this horrible torture is in  flicted for. the slightest offence. -  1-Jumanitarian iu Reynolds News  paper.'  Gold filled watch chains from %2  up.    A. Logan &'Co. -  Lillie's Foot Powder 25 cents at  White Bros'.  Emperor has hitherto escaped maritime disaster; but his 'misfortunes  on land   have  been  uncommonly  numerous, especially when he' has  been out shooting.    Not'only'did-  he severely-iujure a Greek gentle-"  man by. the accidental discharg'e"*of-  his gun at Corfu a'few years ago,  there is also a gamekeeper of his  uncle, the Grand Duke of Baden,  who is in 'receipt of a handsome  pension from the Prince for a serious wound resulting from his carelessness in handling a gun.  ArchdukeJohn of Austria, who  passed the examination necessary  to secure his papers as a licensed  skipper, disappeared from sight a  few years ago while rounding Cape  Horn-In his ship.  Royal Seal is one of the best  cigars sold in the mountains. It is  made in Nelson.  Greenwood, 13. C, Aug. 8, 1907.  Mr".FINES-P.LE  From (Jeylon Tea Plantations are contained in  TEA  It is packed in Sealed Lead Packets to Preserve its Fine  Flavor and Aroma.   At All Grocers.  ������^^������  i THE PACIFIC\HOTEL J  GREAT  NORTHERN -  RAILWAY  of the'reach of the white worker if  Is the best furnished hotel-in the Boundary  district.- It is heated - with steam and  lighted by electricity. Excellent sample  rooms. The bar is always abreast of the  times, and meals are served in the Cafe  at any hour, day or night.  Ereest J. Gartier, Prop.  Fresh and ;Salfc Meats, Fish and  Fowl always in stock.       I  Okanagan Apples at $2.00 per |  Box.  9 tNM9GQW&Q99Q909Q0QQ00QQQa@QQWb9Q M08MO OeOMMO mm*.  :.':v1  PHOENIX, B.C.  Is opposite the Great Northerh'depot,   aud is   a   delightful haven for tho weary traveler.   Great veins  of hot water run   through   the entire   house,   and  bathrooms are always at   the service of those   in  Search of material cleanliness.-. The dining room is  an enemy to dyspepsia while the artistic appointment j  of the liquid refreshment room makes the drinks go '  down like eating fruit in  a (lower garden.   Tho  sample rooms aro the largest in the mountains and  a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL, Prop, g  the influx of Japanese reached such  proport.ioiiH.fw-to HWftrup fcho -labor  market in  any of our provinces.  Our own working men would soon  be reduced to a stato of poverty  and squalor that ought  to satisfy  tho AVitness aiid all other  upholders'of  the  laissez-faire, principle.  Of course, with thc economic and  social declension of white  laborers  would go the depression ,of their  ; moral and civic character.    What  should we go't in  return  for  what  John Stuart  Mill   would  call this  "em uniting" of the.workiug class- ]  es?    We   should   have    railways  built at much  lower cost,   mines  operated far more cheaply, the outlay on   farming greatly reduced,  and other boons of the like nature.  This would facilitate the -amassing  of fortunes by railway  contractors  and operators, by enterprising mine  owners,    by   landed   barons  and  other "captains of industry."    We  should have greater and perhaps  bore millionaires to offset the impoverished millions.    Such  is  the  golden age of  which -tho  Witness  sees  the  dawn   in  the advancing  multitudes of Japanese coolies.  -   Before resting its caso for Japanese iin migration    on    economic  grounds,   the  witness should havo  first made it clear  that tho country's gain in material wealth would  bo a net gain.    It could  not  be a  net gain unless thc Japanese  were  efliciont consumers as well as cttiu-  ient    producers.     In    productive  value   the   poorly paid  Japanese  coolie would not be equal  to  tho  now liberally paid   white  laborer,  and    in    consuming capacity  the  former  would  of iiecsssity  bo  of  still lower ralativo  value.    But  if  the economic argument wore entirely i 11 favor of tho  Japanese,   it  ought not to be the detcruiiniii"  ono in this question  of Asiatic immigration. ; irrespective- of the of-  fect on wages/Canada must be kept.  a white man's country.    This is the  will of the great majority of sane  Canadians  whom   tho  Witness is  pleased to refer to as  "hoodlums  who liave votes."-���������Mail-Empire.  Judicial i-WitfnFinlndia.  Lot nio draw tho attention of tho  public to a'shocking state of affaire  which exists under tho   criminal  ,      \ His Place Was Filled.  Professor James IT. Tlyslop, of  the American Society for Psychical  Research, said in a discussion of  rr.editims.,  -"Genuine mediums being so  plentiful, f can hardly sympathise  with those who ridicule false, mediums. I heard of an amusing incident in this line the other day.  A medium, after evoking Lincoln,  Washington and other seasonable  spirits, said in a thrilling voice:  '" 'I see a man of middle "age,  with black hair parted in the middle, a black moustache aud a tip-  tilted nose. Efandsome, distinguished, stately, and he is hovering  persistently about you,   sir,'   and  the medium nodded toward an elderly man with white whiskers.  "This elderly man started,   and  then 'burst suddenly, into   tears.  Ilia frame shaking  with  sobs,   he  cried:  .   " 'John, John, why, oh why did  -yon lofive-mo to the misery of these  past years?"  ." 'You knew him?' the medium  asked gently.'  " 'Know him' moaned  the elderly man, 'J communed with  him  daily.    Oh John,'  he   burst" forth  again, why, why   did you have to  die.?'  '���������' 'Courage,' said tho medium,  'Calm yourself.    Though  his loss  was a great one, you may yet find  another friend to fill his place.'  "'JSro, Jno !   Impossible I    His  place is filled.'  "billed? what do you mean?' The Kootenay Saloon  asked the puzzled medium.  "The elderly  man shaking his  head sadly, answered:  -"'lie was my  wife's  first  husband."  ROUTE  OF  THE  ORIENTAL   LIMITED  TRAIN  LEAVES  MIDWAY DAILY ,8:50 A.M.  ARRIVES'. '  6:25 P. M.  Close connection at Spokane for  Pacific Coast and Eastern  Points.  Stage to and from  Greenwood  meets trains at Midway.  For Further.Particulars Apply  P. H. Burnham, D. F. & P. A.,  Grand Forks, -B. C.  W. A. Ross, A. G, P: A., '  Seattle, Wash.  Is under'the management of Greig  & Morrison. The rooms are comfortably,furnished, and the bar contains the best brands of wines, liquors  and cigars in the city.  Roofing Paint  Coal Tar, Pitch,  Creosote, Oils for  Preserving Timber,  Roofing, Pitch  And Paints.  Nelson Coke aud Gas Co. Ltd.  E. W. Bishop,  Agent  GREENWOOD, B. C.  . THE MINERS AND MECHANICS POLICY.  Issue.1 by the Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd.,  is designed to meet the requirements of wage-earner*  1 AYS-A WhkkLv L\ukma-ity for loss of wages if injured.  lays iMi.vKiiAi. EXPENSES if killed.  ������(..E17'fV Kv'U ������" ,-Acc.""fT covered  while at work, on the  street, traveling,jind recreation.  Costs the same to all, irrespective of occupation.  Lhe   Ocean- 13-the largest Accident Co. in thc world.  FREDERIC W. McLAINE, Dist.Agt, Greenwood.  a*aBES^iS^SSffi5Sra^i^SSaSBS2S5!Sffisgaag,^  All kinds of fruit at the Russell-  Law-Caulfield Co.  To get immediate relief for any  cold in the head use Lillie's Catarrh Powder; you can get it at  White Bros, for 2ti cents.  Sandon, B. C, has a line 01 nerve  -bracers unsurpassed in any inouo-  tain town ot the Great West. A  glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits meuti.  %    AUGUST21 and22   |  Tf->EiviOfrr house  Nelson. B. C, is run on the  the American and European  plan.   Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold in   '  t*-e safe.  Maloipc   |&   Ti-regilfas  Royal Sailors Unlucky.  In view of the fact that Prince  Edward of Wales has entered Osborne Naval College it is interesting to note that the only Royal  sailor princes who have escaped  mishap are his father, tlie Prince  of Wales, and tho Duke of Genoa.  Somehow  or other,   Royal  aiKl~���������,,0..      n ,    , .  ,,;,.,   ���������-.��������� ,     ,      ������������������'���������, Cold Silver Copper or Lead,eaeii..������i 00  Imperial princes who have adopted Gold-Siiver.'...* 50  Silver.Lead. *r.5������  E. W. WIDDOWSON  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER and    "  METALLURGICAL CHEMIST.  seafaring life as a profession seem  to ho pursued with ill-luck.  The Grand Duke Alexis, Lord  High Admiral of the Russian fleet,  managed to.run his yacht into a  Russian steamboat, with little damage to the latter, but injuring the  yacht so much that the repairs cost  100,000 roubles.  His brother-in-law, tho Duke of  Saxe Coburg-Gothrf, while Duke of  Edinburgh, holding rank in the  I'.ritish Navy, was so unfortunate  us to lose his flagship, the Sultan,  on a rock near Malta.  Admiral tho Prince of Leingen  also had tho misfortune to run  down a vessel in tho Solent while  in command of tho Royal yacht,  Queen Victoria' herself, being on  board. Several lives were lost in  this collision.  The sailor brothor of tho Gorman  Zinc. .$2.00    Gold Silver with copper or j  lead.. $2.50. ���������    ���������   I  Prompt attention   given   to all samples |  25 per cent, discount upon five samples-  1BAKER:ST., NELSON.  P.O. Drawer, 1108. Phone, A67  LIT  mm  STARKEY&iCO.  NELSON, B. C.  WHOLESALE  DEALERS IN  Tho most rem-ulciiblo and cleverest organic  tarn of this character before the public, in comic  opera and musical comedies.  Produce   andL' Provisions  g      Fo Advanee in Prices     m  P&     Admission *l, reserved without extra  chame ������������  Jit  While's Dru^r store.    Plan  opens   to   siib-  Soribers-Friday, August UHh, uiid general ,ml,-  lie Saturday, August !7th.  "���������." ',  The Windsor Hole!  of Grand Forks, B, c., caters to  miners, mechanics aud smelter men  A. B. Sloan, Manager  The Big Event of the Season fe  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LEDGE 1  f ���������     Greenwood, R. C, Aug. K, 1907.  Tliu, GREENWOOD LEDGE  ���������/ .  ������3  As o-oods have boon late in arriving, we  are running a sdccial sale on 35c. and  oOc. sox for 25c. Shirts worth $2.00 to  82.50 (or 81.25 to $2.00. Summer underwear-in cotton rib at 81.25. all wool at *2  to 83 a suit. Just received, an assortment  of the latest fads in ties  THIS AND THAT.  fit a  SfSP  LL=LAW=GAULFIELD G0.  limited.  . Groceries, Hardware, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.  Pione  JflOl������! oc.  Cfeencuood, B.  C  Thc oldest hotel in thc  City, and stilll under the  same management. Rooms  comfortable, meals equal to  uny in thc city, and thc bar  supplies only the hest. Corner of Greenwood and Government streets.  J. W. kelson  -When you want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble Works. Tfclson, B. G.       *  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  KOTICK IS HEREBY GIVENT that  tlie partnership heretofore subsisting between i^. tlis undersigned, iis merchants  in the City of Greeuwood, has this day  been- dissolved by mutual consent. AU  debts owing to the said partnership arc  to be paid to John Lanydou Coles at  Greenwood aforesaid, and all claims  against the said partnership are to be pre  sented to the said John Langdon Coles  by whom the same will be settled.  Dated at Grrenwood, B. C, this4.U1 day  of July, 1907- JNO- *<��������� COLES.  W. M. FRITH.  Witness: A. M. WHITESIDE  Workingmen, Take Notice.  Team ing  Find  Braying  AU kinds of heavy teaming and  ilrayiiifi (lone at reasonable rates by  W. II. 'Harnett, Church ''street.  Call him up and see how quickly  anything from a pound to ten tons  can be moved.  'Phone R 147  When in Greenwood stay at  your own boarding house, run by  the Boundary Co-operative Association in . the Commercial hotel.  Best board and rooms in the city.  Rates, 81.00 per day.  Job printing of every description  done promptly at The Ledge office.  ALL THE STAGES  Arriving in and leaving  Greenwood have headquarters at ���������  Chenier's  Cigar Store  Pipes, Cigars, Cigarettes and  Tobaccos  to   suit your  tastes, your fancy or .  your pocket.  J. A. CHENIER ��������� ��������� PROPRIETOR  Next door north of Pacific hotel,  Copper street, Greenwood.  The local smelter is heing filled  with foreign laborers, principally  Austrians and Italians, most of  whom cannot speak English.  Although.the jury found against  Green in his libel suit, those who  know him'do not believe that he  knowingly was a party to graft or  a dishonorable act.  Thc Nelson lire brigade, says the  News, has secured the. best driver  on the coast. The News was fortunate in mentioning the coast,  foi'sGreenwood has tho best driver  iu B. 0.  A recent dispatch from London  states that Ramoses 11 was a fraud  and a fakir. As Rameses II ruled  Egypt several thousand years ago,  he is not likely to be seriously affected by the discoveries oj Egyptologists. '  The province of New Brunswick  is bankrupt. Tt is believed that  this state of alTairs is caused by  three out of every four of the inhabitants of that province devoting  their whole time to looking ^or  government jobs instead of working  for a living.  The customs ollicer appointed to  Myneaster is A. W. Sowter. Mr.  Sowter is au Englishman, lately  arrived from the Old Country, and  will no doubt make a very efficient  ofiieer. 'His intimate acquaintance  "with the conditions in B. CJ. should  prove of inestimable valtio in thc  performance of his oilicjal duties.  The Canadian mint is at last to  be put in commission. It is unfortunate that a Canadian could  not be found capable of superintending the manufacture of cents  and pennies and dimes, etc. However it is reassuring to know that  the superintendent has the "confidence" of Sir Campbell-Bannerman  premier of Great Britain.  Mr. Justice Clement, in a recent  decision, doubts the validity of B.  C. devorces. Tho legality of the  devorcc law will not be of very  great importance to those taking  advantage of the act. To at least  oue in each ease marriage must  have been an empty form, and  therefore the legal breskir.g of the  tie could bo of little moment.  M Rggss^-^s^sgaa^ag^sgs^ >,  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  after date I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner for a special timber  license over the following described  lands:  Commencing at a post 011 the east side  of the Kettle river half a mile below the  forks, thence north So chains, thence east  40 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  east 40 chains, thence south 80 chains,  thence west 40 clains. thence south 80  chains, thence west 40 chains to point of  commencement.  No. -2.���������Commencing at a post on the  east bank of the Kettle river, opposite  ! Copper creek, thence north 80 chains,  I thence east 80 chains, thence south 80  j chains, thence west 80 chains to point of  ! commencement.  Dated this 3rd dav of July, 1907.  !���������   52-3 ALEX. ROBINSON.  t  P  t  t  ^^^ft^/^^^^/^i/^i/^ 8 ^W%s%/*X>'&W*' *V������ /VJWft-',V*.  ^e&-  tfgjiiovy  i New and   Fresh, Just  Received  rr,**.-**j*tt**+i*t*nm f������Wf������  ���������**  <* See our new line of Floor Squares and Linoleums.  t> r  I A. L. WHITE.  \ I'lioiio 1(5.  Second Hand.  '��������� *  SUMMER  Excursion Rates  FROM GREEN WOOD     .  $54.55  To "Winnipeg, Tort Arthur,  St, Paul, Duluth,  Sioux City.'    /  St.  Louis,   $62.05. Chicago, f66.05  Toronto,      $80.55 Ottawa,   $84.60  Montreal, 'Jf&S.os- St. John, $96.05  Halifax, $103.85  TICKETS ON SALE        ^  July 3, 4, 5.       Aug. 8, .9, 10  Sept. 11, 12, 13.  Corresponding reductions \  from all Kootenay points. &  Tickets available for lake ?  route, including mealc and 5  berths on lake steamers. $  Rates quoted to any Eastern ^  Htrtion 011 application.  ������l,|l������, UAKTKK,:������. I'. A.,  NolHtm.  4^^/^k^*V%/-'V^'^*^'*''3^''V'&'^^ %^%^%^������ l%%/^/%/%i^n %%/Wb^/xt,  A law should be passed by the  legislature making companies responsible for the payment of board  of their employees. While a.large  proportion of the men employed in  mines and smelters are good for  any debts they contract, about 10  per cent per month "jump'' their  accounts. Thecompanies will not  protect hotels and restaurants without the payment of from *)'to 10  per cent for their trouble. Every  week a few quit" work and go to  new fields, leaving their accounts  unpaid. Hotels and restaurants  have no protection. They cannot  very well refuse board to a man  who is willing to work and who  promises to make good on pay day.  The vast majority of these do  "makegood," but asuflicient iium-  to cut down the profits, fail to do  so.  It appears that Inspector Clute  of the customs did not resign but  was ousted to make room for a  man with a greater pull, and less  ability. There was nothing against  Mr. Clute, except his age; and  nothing in favor of his successor,  except that presumable be Jwas  entitled to promotion for services,  rendered the party. Mr. Clute  had been continued in bis position  for several years after tho age limit  had beeii reached' owing to his  vigor, and the thoroughness 'with  which he conducted the business  of his otticc; The first intimation  he had of his "resignation" was  through the columns of the Vancouver Province, while on his last  official tour through the Boundary.  It is said that this information was  furnished tho press by his successor. There is no reason why the  Liberals should not make provision  for the supporters of the party, but  an old and efficient employee of the  government,   such   as Mr.  Olu  to  undoubtedly was, should at least  have been allowed tbe customary  privilege of tendering his resignation. Mr. Busby's services to  the party should be rewarded but  that is no reason why the usual  courtesies should not be extended  to "Mr. Clute.  You cannot estimate the weight  of the fi.-ih by thc size of the -hook.  There is only one letter between  speculation and peculation.  Some men have an idea their  rights consist in profiting from  other peoples wrongs.  A good circus comes about as near  as anything we know to being the  fountain of perpetual youth.  We never complain about thc  slowness of time when we are interested in our task.  There are some men so mean  that they will not smile when a.  baby waves its tiny hand at them..  Premier  ungarian  Floor  Is not a new flour on the market. It  has been in use for years. Ask for a sack  in vour next order.   Sold by  IFiinter-Kendrick.Co., Greenwood.  Smith & McKwen, Auaconda.  Hardy & Co. Midway.  Guaranteed by the  Alexander  Milling Co'y  BRANDON, MAN.  NOTICE.  IN' Till-: MATTKIt of tho l.ninl Registry Act  mill In the;nntlp.-iof tin; Title to l.nt !���������������,���������>, firnup  r,'-Atlit'lstiin " fraction Mlnerul Claim. U-nyous  DlvlM.ui <>r Yale District.  WHKIIKAS the Ortilie.-tte or Title for The  Atliclitim (iolil and Copper Minliur Company,  Limited. Iieiiw Certllicato Xo. IMtiKto. to'tl.o,-iliove  hereditaments, lias heen Inst or destroyed and  application has lieeii nude for a duplicate thereof  XOTICK is herehy jriven that a duplicate Certificate of Title to the alwvc hereditament:! will  he {.-..tiled at the expiration of one. month from  theiliite hereof"UnlesM 111 tlu meantime valid  ohjeetion to tliu contrary la made, to me In  writin'ir. W. II. I0DMO.VDS,  Dlctrlet, Hi'B'strcr ���������  Lund Ki'tfhury Olllce,i  I Kaiiiloops, U. U.,.July :11st. VM1.  Jhe_  Good accommodation, and  reasonable ri'tes. One of tho  best supplied burs in the city.  Dining* room and lunch  counter in connection  PAID  OP OAPITAT,, #10,000,000.  KUSKUV'lO KIIN'II, $5,000,000.  B.  E; -WALKER, President.        ALEX. LA J 111), General  Manager.  H. IT. MORRIS, Supt.  Paci/ic Coast Branches.  Branches Throughout Canada, and in the United. States  and England.  A General Banking Business Transacted.    Accounts may be opened by  mail with all branches of this Bank.      .      -  Savings Bank Department.  Deposits of $1 and upwards received, and interest allowed at current  rates. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager Greenwood Branch.  Sater & Johns, Proprietors  COPI'flll ST., QfiBRNWOOD.  t ������������������ m      ������  Dealers in  *   ppesh and Salt jVIeats, Fish and Poultry  g  9  S  o  Shops in nearly all the towns of Boundary and  the Kootenay.  >G������&$������$Q$g@@$@8@������@e@@$������3@$S������983S������eS3d@-������3������&������'*,''8  .Supplies electricity for Power, Light, Heating  and Ventilation. Power Furnished to mines  for hoisting and air-compressor plants, with a  guarantee that thc service will be continuous.  Get our rates before completing your estimates  ������S������^  raHWBwu^araa^s^^  Opened and remodeled, is- now the  ���������best-appointed-Restaurant in the interior of British Columbia. Call and  see for yourself. The best cooks and  the most experienced 'and attentive  waiters only''cmploy'cd. Everything  in season that tho market can supply.


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