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Service   in   the   Presbyterian  church next Sunday, April  6th,  at 7:30 p. m., Sunday School and  Bible Class 2:30 p. m.    Rev   J  R, Munro Pastor. <    '���������   '  It will  not  be a dry summer.  James McCreath has two carloads  of beer, and three carloads of  whiskey on the way to Green-  wood from the east.  Mr. T. Largue early this week  was presented with a large lea  William C. Arthurs  THE  BREAD & CAKE BAKER  Vienna Bakery, Greenwood  Greenwood's  Big  Furniture  Store  NEW  LINOLEUMS  MATTINGS  AND  Green vegetables of all kinds  L. A. Smith & Co., Anaconda.  Joe Cunningham, the well-  known philosopher, is in the city.  Mr. aud Mrs. L. A. Smith returned from California last week.  Barking and snapping dogs are  a nuisance iu several parts ot} the  city.'  Phoenix is to have a moving  picture show every clay but Sunday.  E. A. Wiseman died in Gratrdl ���������������������������  ^������cuiea witn a large lea  Forks last week   from   typhoid ther Kned chair by the office staff  f6Ver-    ��������� ������f the B- C Copper Co., on  the  occasion of his wedding.  The demi-monde element has  Carmi on Saturday, to get a load out a liceaco for a Te7ZlTa  George Geddie, manager of the tIlat city.  A              '       , pointed  local representative  for  _  A new stock of the latest styles the Riverside Nurseries  and   is  in dress shirts at L. A, Smith & prepared to supply fruit and or.  Co., Anaconda.         '_ uamental   trees,   shrubs,   roses,  Born.���������In Anaconda on March etc-' at saort notice,  23,    to   Mr.   and 'Mrs.   Robert Wm.   Findlay came   in   from  Mitchell, a son.     .   .- Nelson last week to "ale  a Z-  ' Western Float *  fever.  W. A. WilHaniS'has returned  to Grand Forks from Hidden  Creek.  Hope has a new meat market.  A baseball team has been organized in Hedley. B  A garage is being built in Kaslo  by F. E. Archer.  A new Luthern church has been  opened in Vernon.  I    John E.  Pascoe has opened a  bakery in Princeton.  Timber wolves are plentiful  around Decker Lake.  At Easter eggs were fifty cents  a dozen in Revelstoke.  A Masonic lodge has been established in New Denver.  Considerable ore was shipped  irom Ainsworth in March.  Harry Tweddle of Keremeos  Centre has a new motor car.  J. M. Harris of Sandon is on  a trip to the Panama Canal.  Last month  in one week three  r������w~      '       "uc WBBK- ,'aree ***--*u oporaue a stage line from t.haf;  motorcars were sold in Kelowna.  town to the head tf ZigZnoZ  Inthe Cariboo James Seymour  was found dead in his cabin.    He'  had been trapping and died alono  from heart failure.  The Liberals havo formed an  Association in Hazelton. Duncan  Ross, formerly of Greenwood is  second vice-president.  , The state .of,__ Washington is  gasping over the proposed expenditure of four million dollars upon  wagon roads this year.  Owing to the danger from snow^  slides work has been suspended-for  a short time, at the Eureka and  Duuedin mines near Sandon.  In Hope, Joe Lyne was fined  BoO for producing a revolver, and  Mike Penderonin had to pay $10  for carrying a concealed weapon.  W.  A.  Allison,  who has been  government agent at Hazelton for  four years, has moved to Victoria  to act as auditor-general for the   '  province.  Frank Carel will start a livery  stable at Port Fraser this spring  and operate a stage line from that  We have -received a good assortment of the above  lines for spring, in various grades and new patterns,  T. M. GULLE Y & Co.  Opposite Postoffice.  GREENWOOD, B. C.  Phone 27  WALTER   G.   KENNEDY  GREENWOOD,   B.  C.  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  II,  ATTRACTIVE JEWELRY  has seldom been gathered in such  ���������"air extensive' display-Is the'one we  are now" showing.    We know you  will become interested. Not only in  THE ODD DESIGNS  but with the prices that we  have  .placed upon the articles.  If you want to see the prettiest  Chains, Lockets, Brooches, Pins  and Stone Set Jewelry ever shown  in this town, come now.  A. LOGAN & Co.  GREENWOOD.     .    B. C  BOOMS   TO   EET  In  the Swayne   House,   Silver  Street.    Clean, private and com- ���������  fortable rooms in a quiet locality rye,  Your old pipe may be made like  new at a small cost, send it to  W. G. Kennedy.    "   ���������  H. A. Douglas, formerly of  Nelson, is now purchasing agent  for the No. 7 mine.' ���������  Wm.' Lakeland has been appointed secretary of the Greenwood Miner's Union.  On Tuesday, C. J. McArthur  had his left hand gashed by his  wood-sawing machine.  Hugh Laing has-gone to the  coast. He'sold his stage line on  Monday to John Fuller!  At Midway on Monday George  Guise sustained-a sprained ankle  through a kick'from a horse.  H. C. Kerman is putting up a  building m Grand Forks to be  occupied as a store and a theatre.  A large stock and assortment  of ladies underwear at the store  of L. A. Smith & Co., Anaconda.  A blazing chimney on Gold  street, Monday evening, caused  the fire brigade to make a record  run.  Everything in seed grain at  Brown's, Ferry, Wash. Reclean-  ed wheat, oats, barley and spring  A Full Stock of First Class Pipes.       Pipe Repairs  a Specialty.  at reasonable rates,  baths free to guests.  Hot and cold  THE, CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LL.D.. D.C.L., Prc.Ment  WANTS. Etc  For Rent.���������Furnished houses  A. L. White.  For Sale. ��������� Light, medium  and heavy wagons. Kinney's  blacksmith shop and wagon factory, Greenwood.  ALEXANDER LAIRD  General Manager  JOHN AIRD  AiaUtant General Manager  CAPITAL, $151000,000 REST, $12,500,000  FARMERS' BUSINESS  The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every  facility for the transaction of their banking business, including  the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes  are supplied free of charge-on application. a6  SAVINCS BANK DEPARTMENT  A. H. MARCON   -.. Manager of Greenwood and Rocli Creek Branches  E. E. W. Mills of Grand Forks,  B. C, has mated up three pens  of White Wyandottes. Each pen  headed by prize winning cock  birds. One pen of S. C. Rhode  Island Reds and one pen of Buff  Orpingtons. Settings from any  one of these pens at $2 and I  will replace any eggs that are  not fertile on their return.  Found.���������Beside Ledge office,  a mosaic brooch with the word  Dumphries on it. Owner can  have same by enquiring.  Bank of Montreal  1      ESTABLISHED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $16,000,000    Rest, $16,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS.   SB02,814.04  Hou. President: I*ord Strathcona and Mount Royal, G. C. M.G.  President: R. B. Angus, Esq. ���������--.*.������.  Vice-President and General Manager: H. V. Mbrbditii, ESQ.  Brancheslnl^don^i^,?^} New York, Chicago  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers.    Grant Commercial and  Travellers' Credits, available in any part of tbe world.  ^ SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ''t^'ffi"1  Greenwood Branch  - C. B. Winter, Mgr.  "For Sale.���������Horse 1,000 lbs.,  also buggy and harness. Cheap,  Address R. M. J. Midway, B. C  Eggs for hatching, from prize  winning S. C. White Leghorns,  $2 for IS, non fertile replaced.  Also Daniels SO egg hot water incubator price $7. F. Hutt,  Mother Lode, Greenwood, B. C.  Always believe in your friends.  It will help them to help themselves to your possessions more  easily,  A fellow who write-i epitaphs  naturally solectfi gravo subjects.  A meeting will be held this  evening in Grand Forks for the  purpose of organizing a baseball  club.  P. R. Fitzgerald was in town  this week. He is now living  about fourteen miles from Marcus, Wash.  Real Norwegian herring, imported from Norway in 200 pound  barrels, h. A. Smith & Co.,  Anaconda.  At the Paulsen mine, east of  Christina lake the force of miners  will soon be increased from  twenty-five to fifty men.  Mr.andMrs. C. M. Shaw announce the engagement of their  daughter Ida Mary, to Mr. Horace G. Shaver, Toronto.  Commander Glossop has returned from England, and will  spend the summer with Major  Glossop of Kettle Valley.  Charles Haight died in Grand  Forks last week from pneumonia.  The remains were shipped to his  former home in Michigan.  Robert McCrackeu was discharged from the hospital on  Tuesday, and will soon be at his  post in the telegraph office,  The Rebekahs will hold a card  party in their lodge room on  Monday, April 1. Admission  25c, refreshments included,  Mrs. G. Arthur Rendell will receive on Wednesday, April 9  from four to six, and the first  Wednesday of each month following.  Mrs. George Vichary died in  Phoenix last week after an illness  of two weeks.   Her husband is]  proprietor of the Butte hotel in  Phoenix,  tion at the No. 1 mine. He is  one of the old-timers of Kootenay, and has one of the finest  boys in the province.  Card of thanks. The Sisters  of the Sacred Heart Hospital  wish to convey their thanks to  the members of the Greenwood  Miner's Union and friends for the  handsome ��������� donation of $37.50  'raised at the ball on St. Patrick's  night.  Miss Ruth Stanton and her  mother left vesterday morning  for Los Ang-eles where they will  reside in future. Miss Stanton  was the recipient of a 'beautiful  present from the Ladies of the  Altar Guild of the Roman Cath- j  olic church before leaving.  The Ladies of the Altar Society of the church of the Sacred  Heart will hold their Bazaar on  April isth. Booths of fancy  work and plain sewing, candy  and cut flowers. Tea served during the afternoon and evening  and the raffles will be declared  the same evening.  According to the Canada  Gazette March 26, 1913, fishing  in the waters east of the 120  meridian opens May 1st aud  closes November IS, No fish  under the size of eight inches can  be legally retained. This enactment applies to Greenwood and  the adjacent waters.  Last Wednesday-evening  the  local K. of P.'s held a meeting  and  banquet in honor   of   Bro.  Winn,   G.   C.  C.   of Rossland.  There was a large attendance.  Music was provided by the K. P.  orchestra   from  Phoenix.     The  arrangements   for   the   banquet  were ably carried through by W  C. Arthurs.  There has been on view in thc  local jewelry store during the  past week, an oak cabinet containing seventy-four pieces of  Sterling Silver cutlery. On a  brass plate is the inscription.  "Presented to W. C. H. Wilson  by the staff of the B. C. Copper  Co." The cabinet was supplied  by Logan & Co.  Beacon  lights are to be placed  on the Arrow and Kootenay lakes.  Mara has a packing school with  a daily attendance of nine pupils.  H. Hamilton has opened a flour  and feed store in Okanagan Falls.  The postage stamps of Canada  should be printed on better paper.  It is reported  that a   canning  factory will be built at Kock Creek!  Frank   Knight   has   opened   a  rooming house in New Hazelton.  Mervin   Brophy   is   opening   a  gent s furnishing store in Lillooet.  Ed. Matthews has resumed work  on the Mammoth mine ner Hazelton.  The Whitehorse Star ia offering  ten cents a pound for clean cotton  rags.  George Thair and Miss Irene  Speirs were married in Kaalo last  week.   *  Direct mail connection is wanted between Hazelton and Fraser  Lake.  Last week a carload of apples  were shipped from Keremeos to  Fernie.  The farmers at Notch Hill are  buying grain in Calgary- by the  carload.  Burns lake.  The New Michel Reporter says  that it, pays to advertise. The  editor of that paper recently received an order from Ireland for  job printing.  Montgomery Surplice died of  heart failure at the ranch of his  brother in Turtle Valley. He was  sixty-two years old, and a native  of London, Ontario.  J. T. Knapp has built a sawmill  a short distance from Yale on the  south side of the Fraser river. It  will begin operations this month  and will cut 30,000 feet of lumber  daily.  The Herald says that in South  Fort George the bar business is so ���������  good that recently several barten- '  dera in the Northern hotel have  -  broken their fingers punching the  cash register.  C. D. Rand of Vancouver is reported to have made a million dollars out of coast real estate. Got  in on the ground floor evidently,  for he walked over the site of Vancouver more than thirty years ago.  The Herald says that a six-mule  team hauling a cook's caboose" recently passed through South Fort  George.   The cook's fire was burn-  Several, carloads of potatoes are|lngi. aDu he was dividing Ws at-  being shipped from Pritchard t0 le . ^ between the maIes and the  Calgary. flapjacks.  Barrington Price, formerly of TJ-*8 ������- **��������� B. will build several  the Similkameen, is seriously ill in more hotels in *he Rocky Monnt-  ���������gwio-.** J ams m order to take care of the  England.  Bill Ellis was fined $75 for giving hooch to a Klootchman in Old  Hazelton.  Fred Williamson has put on a  L1ITT       OnfA      r.t.r. nan      Ltni. t~\ ...  daily auto stage between Oroville  and Penticton.  In' the Slocan work has been resumed on the deep level tunnel at  the Payne mine.  E. P. Cook has sailed from England and should be at Granite  Creek this week.  In Barkerville Miss M. Lover-  ing has taken charge of the Royal  Cariboo hospital  rapidly increasing tourist trade in  this province. This summer four  daily passenger trains will be run  between Winnipeg and Vancouver.  Walter Clark,   an   I.   W.   W.  agitator was fined $5 and costs in  Pentiction for trespassing in a  railway camp, and refusing to go  when requested. He said he  would rather go to jail than pay  the fine, but as he had $23.80 in  his possession a distress warrant  was issued by the court for the  amount of his fine and costs.  Recently while returning from  Kelowna to a railway camp four  rflat"     *v\ilnn    ���������������,^.      J_l.   _ J ������������������  I***  w iu   T   , JMMuwna io a railway camp four-  -^ walker has been appointed a teen miles from that city, a young  O. P. R. roadmaster with his head- Italian, carrying a dozen bottles of  quarters in Golden.  ��������� Walter Robinson of Enderby has  moved to Port Alberni where he  will embark in business  whiskey, sat down to rest, fell  asleep, and was frozen|to death.  Although that day he had sent  several-money orders to Italy he  E. Lundberg lost his life by a ?-iU- had f50 in his pocket when  dynamite explosion on  the  rail-       frozen body was discovered.  CANADA  Canada has the largest conaec  utive wheat field in the world, 900  by 300 miles.  Canada has the most prolific and  extensive sea fisheries in the world.  Canada has the  largest nickel  mines in the world.  Canada has a greater railway  mileage than Australia aud New  Zealand, or Italy and Spain combined, and more than all tbe South  American countries.  Canada has the greatest railroad  system in the world in tho C.P.R.  employing 75,000 men.  Canada has tho largest grain  mills in tho British Empire.  ���������  ���������r-^.i,^ uu   the   railway grade near Penticton.  At Chase several Indians were  recently fined for carrying openly  red-faced jags of firewater.  Recently in one day twenty-  eight Servians travelled in autos  from Penticton to Oroville.  On Ten Mile in the Slocan, G.  B. Webster has taken a lease and  bond on the Neepawa mine.  N. D. McMillan and D. MoPhee  are , placing a gasoline tug and  freight scows on Francis lake.  J.'Gorle, formerly of Fernie and  Nelson has taken charge of a large  bookbinding plant in Victoria.  There are one million miles of  territory to tbe north of Canada  that has not yet been exploited.  Since he quit smoking cigs Jim  Jeffries has been seized with a  great desire to re-enter the ring.  Recently in Blairmore several  women were fined 8100 and costs  for selling liquor without a license.  The tough element has been  driven out of the Grand Trunk  Pacific - camps east of Grand Canyon.  The^ proprietor of the Palace  hotel in Kelowna, was recently  fined 8100 for selling liquor on  Sunday.  Mah Sing was fined $100 in  Blairmore, for having a bar in his  house and an excessive quantity of  boozeiine.  f In Hazelton George Patman was  lined $5 for throwing a box of  apples at a man. Ho Hhould havo  rnooivnd a medal.  Send for a catalogue of headstones and monuments, made by  the Kootenay Monumental Works.  Nelson, B. C.  MIDWAY BASEBALL CLUB  An enthusiastic meeting of tho  baseball fans of Midway was held  in the parlor of the Spokane hotel  on Monday evening March 31st.  It was unaminously decided to  organize for the summer with a  view to placing a team in a Boundary League if such could be satisfactorily formed.  The following officers and committees were elected:   Hon. President,  J.  R.  JackBon,  M.  P.P.;  Hon. Vice-Presidents, R. D. Kerr,  Wm.    Docksteader,   James    McMynn, G. O. Guise, J. Bush, S. A.  Crowel,  L.   E.  Salter,  and John  Zerfluh;   president,  F.   D.   Mac-  Kenziej sec'y-treasurer,  T.  Peck;-  manager, Horace Smalley; grounds  committee,  E. Stewart, H. Kini-  burgh and Paul Shurston; finance  committee,  the president and E.  Stewart.  *.'''.  '1' r   i  As a rule a lie costs all you got  out of it.  g^tewroa^^ THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA:.  THE  LEDGE  Is located at Greenwood, B. C, and can be traced to many parts of  the earth. It comes to the front every Thursday'morning, and  believes that hell would close up if love ruled the world. It believes  in justice to everyone ; from the man who mucks in the mine to the  king who sits on the cushions of the throne. It believes that advertising is the life of trade ; and that one of the noblest works of  creation is the man who'always pays the printer.  The Ledge is $2.00 a year in advance, or $2.50 when not so paid.  It is postage "free to all parts of Canada, Mexico, Great Britain and  the county of Bruce. To the United States it is $2.50 a year, always  in advauce.  R,  T.  LOWERY  EDITOR    AND    FINANCIER.  GREENWOOD, APRIL 3, 1913.  A blue mark here indicates that your Subscription has  become deceased, and that tho editor would once more  like  to  commune with your collateral.  Money that  help the world.  is buried does not  Fioah and excitement are enemies  to good digestion.  When fishing for business use  the live ad for bait.  One  bird in the oven is better  than forty, in the bush.  Very often the store that does  not advertise is overstocked with  cobwebs.  Tins province may have high  water this year, but no danger of  towns being swept away.  Very often a cold spring ends in  a hot summer. This year is similar to 1894 and it was one of high  water, dry weather and great forest fires.  No, dear Mike, it is not necessary to pack a gun whon you go to  Ottawa. All you need is a hot air  backstop.  Visrxal poetry is none to plentiful this year and some editors are  etili lighting their fires with old  exchanges.  From the appalling disasters in  Ohio aud other states it is apparent  that nature has no regard for anything human.  Alt. signs point to a bright and  prosperous summer in the Boundary district. Get in early and  take the high seats.  The Eve-Opener says that after  a brief visit to the States it is hard  to believe that there are only ten  commandments to be broken.  When times are good prepare  for tho reverse, because one follows the other in order to balance  the commercial affairs of all men.  The land in B. C. needs more  farmers. If all people would insist upon living in cities it would  not be long before we would have  no rolled oats in the morning.  In Greenwood the waiters all  shout, "Spokane!" when a customer orders pork and beans.  That must have been a popular dish  in Spokane years ago. Perhaps it  was invented in that city.  Thinking Themes  ous.  her.  name.  She has just died.  She was not beautiful, nor fam-  You have !never heard of  You never will hear her  She was one of the myriad  unknown who make up this world.  But she was one of the family.  That means as much as to say she  was empress of Great Britain, to  the circle of broken hearts that  suffer because they shall see her;  no more.  We look at one another and turn  away to hide our tears.  Her absence at the table seems  to reproach us for living on.  I do not say she was superlatively good, wise or strong. She  was human and we loved her.  The one fact that we cannot  make real is that she will never,  never come back to us.  Never is a dreadful word.  Yet that place to which she is  gone seems very near to us.  Wherever, whatever it is, it is as if  we could almost reach out our  hand and touch it.  We could not say now so weak a  thing as that we believe in a  future life; we know it; we are  conscious of it; because we love  her and she is there.  It is love alone upon which the  conviction of immortality feeds.  Because we love, life must go on,  and death is an illusion.  No argument addressed to the  reason could convince us; we know  we are persuaded by the deep in-  tinct of the heart.  Etymology sometimes contains  striking hints of truth. The word  "virtue" now passes as meaning  goodness or moral worth, and has  a feminine flavor. Originally the  Latin "virtus" meant manly  strength, and was a kin to the  word "vir', or "man."  And the buried and half-forgotten truth that lies here is that the  determining ingredient of goodness is power..  There is no virtue in weakness.  Whatever is feeble is immoral. If  we say a weak woman is good it is  because we think confusedly and  do not express exactly what we  mean; for what we really have in  mind is that the woman, though  weak in body, and possibly in intelligence, is strong in soul. It is  not at all her weakness, it is her  strength   we  wish  to   commend.  Goodness is never feeble, never  contemptible. It is the toughest,  hardest, most forceful thing in  man. Kindness is stronger than  cruelty, love than hate, self-sacrifice than self-seeking, truth than  lies.  All real morality, if you think  clearly, you will see to be nothing  but the highest form of human  force.  Virtue is "virtus," inner, masterly strength.���������Dr. Frank Crane.  every twenty-four.  Everyone knows this, but many  seem to be defying Father Time at  his game, until a halt is called and  they are forced to learn that they  can accomplish more by reason of  stronger nerves, grunted by the  proper amount of sleep.  Our cities are filled with tired  eyes and faded complexions from-a  lack of sleep.  Society women consume' their  nights in social pleasures and their  days in the duties incumbent upon  their position,, and wonder why  they fado.  The farmer's wife works all day  and half of tho night, arising at  daylight, unrested and unrofresiled, and wonders why she ages before hor husband.  *     *     :!*���������  Youth, strength and beauty are  absolutely dependent upon these  eight hours from the twenty-four  of each day and you have but sixteen hours of real life to score on  your age.  No matter what happens, sleep,  should be and must bo taken.  Wear as light weight garments as  possible. See also that they are  loose. Do not sleep upon featheis;  a hair mattress is best. Have no  pillow.  Sleep between sheets and under  light but warm covering. Do not  place your bed directly in a draft,  but have a window open in the  room; fresh air is necessary at  night as well as in the day.  Sleep alone and without a light,  assume a comfortable position,  then imagine the bed rising up to  your body, fairly pushing it. That  is relaxation.  Relaxation of body and mind is  simply letting go. Thus you  should sleep and rest awakening  refreshed and rejuvenated.  ___mmmm  Remember: Every unconscious  hour spent in nature's sleep is  just that much deducted from  your age.���������Lillian Russell.  The Socialists  Sleep For Beauty  Closing the eyes in rest is of the  utmost importance in the search  for good looks.  There are no means so productive or preserving of a pleasing  appearance or a calm mind as  proper and sufficient sleep.  Nothing will prompt the brightness and vivacity of youth like the  suspended consciousness which nature demands eight hours out of  If perchance a socialistic form of  government were put into effect  that natural discontent of man  placed in uneventful conditions,  with no hope of rising beyond the  dead level of humanity, would result, among the vqry large majority, ir. creating unrest and discontent, and there would soon be  violent outbreaks and revolutions,  which, in time, would put an end  to Socialism. It is not man's  nature to be contented with a cur-  rentless and tame conditions of  affairs.  The Socialists declares that all  nations are in a hopeless condition  and that nothing will save them  but Socialism. Still look at the  people of this continent, ior instance, and wo find millions of  happy people who are in good, or  fairly good circumstances. The  children of laborers aro better fed,  better housed, better dressed and  have more opportunities for education than did the sons and daughters of kings three hundred years  ago. While it is- true that there  are a considerable number of poor,  their cases are not so numerous or  their condition so hopeless as our  socialistic friends would have us  believe. Never in the history of  the world were peoplo generally in  a more prosperous condition than  they are in Canada, and particularly in British Columbia today. Intelligent and broad plans are being  put into force to benefit the general  condition of mankind in the shape  of annuities for old age, insurance  against sickness, insurance against  loss of work, workmen's compensations acts and other acts calculated  to improve conditions. Never in  the history of mankind have the  rights of individuals obtained  higher recognition nor reached the  importance that thoy have today.  As long as man retains tho nature that he was endowed with by  We have a vast quantity of dry lumber on"  hand; enough to build a sidewalk across the  continent; strong enough to build a Canadian  Navy and dry enough to build a second Ark  for Noah.  We want to move this with celerity in order  to keep our saws dissecting the logs that are  still. intact, and have made the prices that will  create a rush. Buy direct from us and your  bank-roll will not suffer from undue depletion.  Lumber delivered anywhere���������except to the  North and South Poles, the Planets, Hell and  one or two other dangerous and inaccessible  places.  sstern  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  N'JSWMAKKKT   IIOTJBX  Is the home for all tounstB and  millionaires visiting- New Denver, British Columbia.  A. JACOBSON. Proorietor.  TIIK   I'lSOVINOK   HOTEL  Grand Forks, B.C., is in the centre  of the city, and. furnishes the public  with every . accommodation at  reasonable rates.  I'mil Lin-Hen, Proprietor,  TIIK   KASLO   HOTKL  Kaslo, B. C��������� is a comfortable  home for ali who travel to that  city.  Cocklo & Pupwortn.  HOTEL KEREMEOS  Opposite depot. Extensive alter  ations have recently been made  rendering this hotel one of the  most comfortable in the interior.  A- choice selection of liquors and  cigars. New pool room and sample  rooms iu connection. ,  JVh-S. A. F. K1RBY  HOTEL CASTLEGAR, Castleg-ar Junction. All modern. Excellent  accomodations for tourists and  drummers. Boundarytrain leaves  here at 9.10 a.m.  W. H.   GAGE. Proprietor  SIIEIU.I.OOKK   HOUSE  Nelson; B. C   One minute's walk  from C. P. R   station.   Cuisine  unexcelled; Well heated andven-  ���������tilatcd.  LAV1NGE & DUNK, Propilctors.  TIIKMONT   HOUSE  Nelson, B. C.,'is run on the American ancl European plan. Steam  heated roomB. All white labor.  Special attention paid to dining-  room.  Itansomo & Campbell, Props.  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton, B. C, is the headquarters for miners, investors  and railroad men. A fine location and everything first-class  KIRKPATRICK & MALONE, Proprietors-  ���������iKIDKSVIT.I.K   nOTKL.  Bridesville,   B. C.   This   hotel   is  within easy reach of all th$ leading  Boundary towns and the centre oi  a fine farming district.  THOMAS   WALSH,   Proprietor.  LAKKVIEW   HOTEL  in Nelson, B. 0., employs all  white help and is a home for the  world at jl.00 a day.  Nup. Malliitto, Proprietor.  GRANITE CREEK HOTEL  Granite Creek, B. C. Headquarters for miners, prospectors and  railroad men. Good stabling in  connection. Tasty meals and  pleasant rooms.  H. GOODISSON, Proprietor  ALGOMA HOTEL  Deadwood, B. C. This hotel is  within easy distance of Greenwood  aud provides a comfortable home  for travellers. The bar has the  best of wines, liquors and cigars.  JAMES HENDERSON, Proprietor  THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton. This hotel Is new, comfortable  well-furnished, and is close to the railway  depot. Modern accommodation and sam-  plerooms. ...................  SUMMERS & WARDLE, Proprietors  J. E. CAMERON,  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.  KASLO,    B.C.  ARGO  TUNNEL  The Argo Tunnel is a few  minutes walk from the centre of Greenwood, and less  than half a mile from the.  smelter. The mining of ore  in this property means great  prosperity for the entire district.  OLA LOFSTAD  President  JAMBS McCRDATH  Secretary.  H. W. Farmer  Notary Public, Real Estate, Etc.  Rock Creek, B, O.  STAEKEY & GO.  NELSON, B. C.  MINING  BROKERS  PROSPECTS   BOUGHT   AND    SOLD  hope for perfection in governments  or other institutions of mankind,  because they are human and will  partake of human frailties. Man  is the creator of them and hence  none of the institutions that he  creates is greater or more perfect  than he is. It has been said that  man is always to bo blessed, but  never is" blessed. Man's condition  today is better than it has been  since our first parents were turned  out of the Garden of Eden to earn  their daily bread by the sweat of  their brow. We are certain that  the Socialists, even if placed in the  seats of the mighty, would be total-  the  all-wise Creator,  wo  cannot J ly unable to improve on present  conditions. When it is considered  that the first man was a rebel, the  second man a murderer and even  in the twelve apostles their was a  Judas, who betrayed tho Master,  mankind has not turned out bo  badly when his primal ancestors  are taken into consideration.���������  Rossland Miner.  A newspaper in. the American  West refused to publish the Ten  Commandments for fear its readers  would think them too personal and  stop the paper.  Pieces of dry bread and toast  should be kept in a covered jar  until you aro ready to use them.  visit DR. KELLEY'S great  MUSEUM- OF    ANATOMY FREE  KECSNTLY BHLAHOBD AUD RBAKRAHOBD  Careful attention given to every patient. All latest  methods employed. "606" specific for blood diseases. No  case too severe and all cases __-uaranleed to remain permanent.   Oldest specialists In Spokane  ALL DISEASES  OF   MEN  made a specialty. Seventeen year's experience enables  mo to handle your case In a way that will insure a lasting  curt. A.vold puacksand entrust yourself to a man who  will give you conclontlentlous treatment.  Special troatmenl by mall for out-of town patients,  today.   All letters confidential.  Write us your troubles  Write for Fr.o  Booklet  Dr. Kelley, 210 Howard St.,Spokane, Wash.  Dry bread and toast can be used  for a score of things,' .and odd bits  should never be thrown away.  Iu advertising, always say what  you believe if you want people to  believe what you say.  Subscribers are reminded that  The Ledge is $2 a year when  paid in advance. When not so  paid it is $2.50 a year.  quickly stopB coughs, cures colds, and. lieale  the threat nnd lunea.      M..,    ������      28 cents*  When you want a headstone oil  monument write to the Kootenaj  Monumental Works, Kelson, B.CJ  r  LYNN CREEK DAIRY  DELIVERED  To any part of the city or district  J.McDONEU, Proprietor 'il  I*  MANUFACTURING JEWELER  The Only Up-to-Date Optical  Department in the Interior.  Nelson,   B. C.  TEMPERANCE ' , " f  is all right if shorn of luimbuggery. jj  Too much water drinking is just A  as injurious as too much liquor or V  anything else. _ I  OUR PURE WINES ?  AND LIQUORS |  are medicinal if not abused'   Every y  household'should have a moderate %  supply of pure wines or liquors in 6  the  closet   for   emergency���������either y  unexpected visitors or sudden ill- _������*  ness, when a drop of pure liquor e������  in time .may forestall all necessity *������  for drugs.                                        ,  Greenwood Ciquor Company, importers, Greenwooit, B. fr  By MARTHA M'C  Lorena Had Her Pretty Eyes  Opened.  .  * ^>*.x-,:������h������h������x.^:^  P.  It . ���������."'.       |  J  il  I  J  fl  ���������f  i  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish  and Poultry. Shops in nearly all the  towns of the Boundary and Kootenay. -'  I COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B.C.  if  <iH3*-"5W5**--*������^**3--^5������H'5>S^^  gmmfnmfnmmfffmnfm'mmnfmmmmmmmmmmK  1 Greenwood to Phoenix Stage I  g*- Leaves Greenwood Daily at 3 p. m. ^  ss Arrives Greenwood Daily at'10 a. m. =������  S~ GREENWOOD OFFICE  CLUB CIGAR STORE r3  ������H.   M.   LAING,   PROPRIETOR ������  STRONGESTiHESVIEST������BESTt  ^__Kb  *pO do gfOOdl work and be durable seems to tis strong points  ; on the disc-harrow question.   Good work demands a harrow  that pulverizes the ground thoroughly, that cuts out dead furrows,  that adapts itself to any uneven condition of the ground.  To be durable a harrow must have a Strong frame, Steel  shanks, %" gang bolts, heavy gauge discs, and a  general-construction throughout that leaves uo room for question  as to* the strength of any part.  All these points have been built  into the Deere Model B.  It Is tbe only  harrow that  Isflexlbleln  work.  It Is lhe most  comfortable  harrow to  Vide upon.  It is made in all sizes from 4' to 10' cut, 16", 18" and 20"  dlSCS, has improved oscillating scrapers, extension oil tubes,  .with or without weight boxes, and all sizes are furnished with a  stub tongue.   If you are in the market for a disc harrow, be  sore to see the Model B aft our store*  The above Goods  are Handled by  JAS. G. McMYNN, Midway  Greenwood City Waterworks Company  jXjX jXjXjXjXjSjXjXjXjXjXjXjXjXjXJf  %  leaves Mother Lode  9*30 a.  m.  6:30 p. m.  Leaves Greenwood  2:00  8:30  "dab no'-feurti'/fa'  mmm  pEEg-wAU. KINDS-"-"-!  If* the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, ond BEST HOME  DYE, one con buy���������Why you don't even have lo  know wfmt KIND of Cloth your Goods ore mado  of.���������So Mistakes ore Impossible.  Send for Free Color Curd', Story Booklet, and  Booklet giving results of Dyeing over other colors.  The JOIINSON-UICIIAItDSON CO., Limited,  Montreal, Cunuda.  n  .I  Saturday  last   stage   leaves H|  Mother Lode 6 p. tn.   Returning-,' %  P.  P-  m.  m.  ���������^ leaves Greenwood 10 p. m.  i    **  Don't Be HOODWINKED  WE NEVER CHANGE BRANDS  ARE A 1 QUALITY  Greenwood Office  NORDEN   HOTEL  un _n Jjn _n wV tin un Jn un tjn Jn tin tin tin tin un un  TheBRILLIANTES  Arc the Best Clear Ilavanas In Canada  Made by Union Labor In the beat Hy-  K'ciilc Factory lit tlie country,   Call for  them ami (jet value-for your money lit-  stead of rope  WILBERG & WOLZ, Proo. B.C. Clear  Factory, New Westminster. B. c-  maaixiBwialiiHXmamti  The water, laughing and lapping, Invited. The d--yv- wns giddy May, and  the Invited young Lorena, moreover,  owned all the folly ��������� normal to nineteen. So altogether it would have been  a miracle if things had gone exactly  as they should. A proper young woman' of '.course would have reckoned  chances before baring. her feet and  dancing joyously In midstream, where  the pebbles' lay smoothly bedded In  fine sand and gleaming jewel-wise  wherever a sun ray struck through  the ripples.  Lorena did not let herself remember  that the ford was but Qfty yards higher up or that tins' special shallow reach  of the creek lay between the two lakes  that gave the Guest Ashing. Thoy were  not true lakes,',of course���������only water  mirrors, still ancl deep, Impounded! by  dams of tlio .winter flood's building.  Lorena did uot love them. ��������� They were  so placid they reminded her somehow  of Johnny, and whatever did, that put  her out of temper.  Sho loved glitter, motion, excitement  It was ecstasy to her to dance all day  long'and half the night after, footing  it as'lightly .as wind blown thistle  seed. If only she could dance alone!  But since that was out of Hie question  she naturally preferred partners who  kept step and were nimble. Johnny  was neither, yet all the time she had  been engaged to hlni he had felt it his  right to say if she did not dance with  him she must dance with hardly anybody else..    ���������  , And not at all with Granville Gore,  the very prince of partners, who was  handsome and slender and light hearted, with money In both pockets and a  trick of spending It with both hands.  Johnny hated him, without reason so  far as Lorena could see���������at least he  gave her no reason���������only said, "If you  are goin' ever to belong to me, Lolie,  you must be barely civil to that fellow."  Somehow the emphasis on the last  word always made Lorena shiver when  she recalled it. How could she help  it when Johnny was toward other folk  the soul of kindly justice? Still she had  felt that he was unfair. If he really  new anything he.might let her know  It likewise.  If Johnny could have brought himself  to tell her the break might not have  come. But he was too proud :iud masterful for that. His wife must believe  in tiim enough to understand that he  had reasons for any and ovary 'thing.  Besides, he was afraid of seeming envious and jealous of a man so much  richer and better looking. .Moreover,  he "did not really know much that could  be told categorically. It was Gore's general air and manner, conjoined to  words dropped here and there, that  made Johnny certain he had no real  reverence for anything feminine. A  girl, any girl.'was fair game to him. If  she hadn't sense enough to look out for  herself he wa3 not bound to look out  for her. Yet Gore was not distinctly  vicious���������rather, inordinately vain. He  did not mean worse by womankind and  girlkind than to make love to them,  then ride away. Marry! Not he���������not  the finest girl alive!  If Lorena had known that! Unknowing it, she had thought a great many  times and a great many things of  the fascinating Granville in'the three  months since the break. He had been  away for two of them, and since he  came home she had seen him only in  crowds. But he had used his eyes so  eloquently as to set her heart wildly  fluttering. But, oddly enough, it had  fluttered* even more when by chance  sho, had encountered Johnny in his  working clothes, driving his wagon to  the mill.  They had barely nodded to each other, and she had ridden fast afterward,  but not fast enough to get away from  a sense that Johnny, old Johnny, although his face was impassive, had'  turned to look after her as long as she  was in sight  Today she was not thinking of hlm-  hardly even of Granville. Wading wit*  such pure joy. The water came abov������  her ankles. ��������� She lifted her skirts lightly in both hands and balanced to her  shadow upon the rippling stream, succ  a funny shadow, dancing grotesquely  even when she stood still.  Rapt In contemplation of it, she dirt  not hear footsteps or anything until  a throaty, chuckling voice cried: "Oh.  hoi A mermaldl Gore, If the variety  Is Indigenous, understand, I shall settlo  In your neighborhood just as soon an  I can buy a place."  Lorena flushed scarlet ' She let fail  her skirts, heedless of water���������heedless,  indeed, of anything but escape. There  were men on either bank; also one in  wading approaching her midstream.  Gore was the farthest of thera-a (iore  she had never seen. He looked her  over as though she were a part, a curious part, of the landscape with which  bo had no sort of acquaintance.  It was the man In wading who bad  spoken. He was striding on toward  her, his rod over his shoulder, a broad  grin upon his flat, red faco. Her suu-  bonnet, her faded print frock, above  all her present case, had nearly made  him believe her some hoydenish milkmaid rather than mermaid.  "Didn't I tell you fellows tho finest  fish were hero in the shallows?" he  bellowed at the men on the bank.  "Never yet mado such a catch," he  added, making to fllngvan arm about  Lorena's waist  She evaded him, springing to one  side and trying to gain the bank, but  the sportsmen there set up a laughing  shout which warned her not to trust  them. Desperately she fled upstream,  cutting her feet on sharp stones, but  never faltering. It was not easy to  run against the current���������tho rock bottom was slippery In places and hen  wet skirt hamper6d her terribly.  Still she kept out of reach until she"  was twenty yards off the ford, Tha  flat faced man, laughing and panting  after her, caught her there and said aa  he gave her a resounding kiss: "'Pon  my soul, Undine, it was worth it I  haven't had such a lark since I was a  boy." '    '  Lorena broke from him, crying wildly: "Granville! Mr. Gore! Kill thie  creature!"  At that the men laughed louder than  ever. Granville,had discreetly disappeared. He was sorry for Lorena;  also angry with her, even angrier than  with his friend of the flat, red face*  There were millions back of the fiat,  red face���������millions that might mean  much to Gore's future. Was he to rlslc  their help, to invite everlasting chaff,  to make himself the butt of the grill  rooms next time he was in town, by  championship of a girl, a silly country  girl, who should have known better  than to put herself In such case?  Mullen, he of the flat, red face, was-  not a bad sort, only full of uncouth)  spirits.     Lorena   would   come  to  no-!  harm.   And if she had sense enough to'  keep, hor mouth shut he (Gore) would  see to  it that she  was handsomely  made up to for her present fright. But  of course he could  not acknowledge'  her as an acquaintance whon she looked such a guy and had let herself get  caught in such a plight.  ��������� Lorena, noting his absence, stumbled  blindly toward tho bank and half fell  upon it, covering her eyes with both  hands.    Mullen scrambled out beside  her and tried to lift her to her feet,  tho rest jeering him, pretending to say  tilings aside and singing in cracked  chorus, "Where is my .wandering boy?"  They were laughing so loud, watching so intently, Johnny fell upon them  like, a  thunderbolt from blue skies.  Johnny  was still in working clothes.  He had, in fact, started to the blacksmith's shop in a mad hurry in hope  of getting a dulled plow point sharpened.   So he had come to the ford in  the very nick of time to see that a woman was in need of help and to rush,  to give it.  "Gentlemen"���������Johnny's voice cut like  ice���������"you must show me your warrant  for taking a prisoner. Unless you do"���������'  He stopped short there, his face white,  his eyes two points of flame. Even ye*  he did not know, but a second later  Lorena was beside him, clinging to  bim, burying' her face in his rough  sleeve and sobbing out: "Johnny, save  me! Take me away! Don't stop to  fight them���������only take me and go!"  "Not yet," Johnny said, putting her  gently away.  ' The events of the next five minutes  are better left unchronicled. Suffice it  that Mr. Granville Gore and his sportsmen friends from the city went away  on the night train, at least two of the  visitors carrying beautiful black eyes.  As to how the eyes had been achieved  there was discreet silence, but when in  the fall Lorena and Johnny were married there came to the bride a chest of  massive silver, along with an unsigned note which ran: "Please accept this  in token of forgiveness. Remember,  you owe me something���������in that I gave  you occasion to find out the difference  there is between a man and a mouse."  Lorena was for sending it back, but  Johnny laughed and said: "Mullen is  right He is a man. You can drub a  man into decency, but a mouse always  runs away."  "And I hate mice of every sort" Lo-  rer-a added with a pensive smile.  CIGAR    AND  CARMI  HOTEL  NEWS   STAND  Is now open to the public,     New builaV  ing, new furnishings and everything for  the comfort of our patrons,   Sample room  . and barn in connection.  J, B, SHEJRIDAN  MANAGER  I  EHOLT, B, C  E  , ���������   i  Proprietor.  ww  ismtEmm  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) |S.oo.  Certificate of Improvement Notice  (60 days) -..' j;7>So  Application to Purchase Land Notices (60 days) #7.So  Delinquent Co-owner Notices (90  days) ������10.00  Water Notices (small) j.7.50  All other legal advertising, 12' cents a  line, single column, for the first insertion; and 8 cents a line for each subsequent insertion.  Nonpariel measurement  I*/5*-  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  Tn the Matter of the Estate of Harry  Burns,   late   of Myncasler,   British  Columbia, Deceased.  MOTICE is hereby given that all  persons having claims against the late  Harry Hums, who died on or about the  18th clay of February, 1913, arc required  lo   furnish   particulars   thereof to   the  undeisigiicd, duly verified.  And that after the ist day of May, 1913,  the executor will proceed to distribute  the assets of the said deceased among the  persons entitled thereto, having regard  only to the claims of which he shall then  have had notice. '  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this 19th  day of March, 1913.  A. S. BLACK  Greenwood, B, C,  Solicitor for Ben Burg, Executor.  A SITTING of the County Court of Yale will  lie liolden afc the Court Houso, Greenwood,  on ��������� Tuosduy   tlio  Oth   day of May,  1913,   at  eleven o'clock In the forenoon.  By order,  WALTER DI3WDNEY,  Registrar C. C. of Y.  Thoroughbred Eggs and  Fowls For Sale  Partridge Wyandottes  Partridge Rocks  Blue Andalusiaus  Silver Spangled Hamburgs  Empire Strain of Brown Leghorns  Indian Runner Ducks  ROBERT CLARK, GRAND FORKS  11.1FREGHETIE!  %    GREENWOOD, B. C.    "  Dealer in Farms, Ranches  Fruit Lands  and Daries,  Champlain's Monument.  Champlain  sailed  along  the  Maine  coast several years before he discovered the lake which bears his name,  and a monument was erected to his  memory on the cliffs of Mount Desert  island, near Seal Harbor, in 190-1. That  date marked the three hundredth anniversary _of Champlain's voyage, and an  extract from liis journal  (in translation) appears upon a bronze tablet on  one face of the monument.   Facing tho  sea is another tablet, bearing the following inscription: "In honor of Samuel de Champlain, born in France, 15G7;  died at Quebec, 1035; soldier, sailor, explorer and administrator, who gave this  island   its   name."    The   monument,  which consists of a large rectangular  slab of the granite of the cliffs, was set  up and dedicated in 190-1 by a little  company of summer residents of Mount  Desert island, among whom were President Eliot of Harvard, President Gil-  man  of Johns  Hopkins  and  Bishop  Doane of Albany.  || Thousands of acres of  X the best fruit and agricul/  g.tural   lands   in   the best  in  B,   C,   climate   at  reasonable terms,  very  g-������M������������������������������������������������������������������C"0^������������'������������������O������������  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.  ^*OAL mining rights of the Dominion,  ^"* in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of British  Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one 'years at an annual rental of  $x an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which the  riglits applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out-by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available,  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the (mine shall  furnish the 'Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay the royalty  thereon: If the coal mining rights are  not being operated, such returns should  be furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights .only,.but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be.considered necessary for the working of the mine at the  rate of S10.00 an acre.  For full information application should  be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for. ���������  nelson, fi. 0  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. First-class  bar and barber shop.  'Bus meets all trains.  QUEEN'S   HOTEL,  PHOENIX     B.   C.  The Newest and Largest Hotel in  the City. Everything neat, clean  and comfortable. Steam heat and  electric light. Meals and drinks at  all hours.  CHISHOLM & HARTMAN    -    Props.  ON PARLE FRANCAIS,  NATIONAL HOTEL  GREENWOOD, B. C.  The  Really Best House  in the Boundary.  Recently Remodelled and  Strictly Up-to-Date.  Restaurant in connection  OWEN   BOYER  PROP  WINDSOR HOTEL  The Windsor Hotel is one of the  best furnished hotels in the West.  Itis locatedin the heart of Greenwood and within easy reach of all  the financial and commercial in- ��������� ,  stitutions of the Copper Metropolis. Heated with steam and lit  by electricity. Commodious sample rooms. The bar is replete  with all modern beverages and  the cafe never closes. Rooms  reserved by telegraph.  The Windsor Hotel Co  B. J. Cartier, Mgr.     c  SILVER  AND  GOLDEN  Kennedy's .Improved-Champion Strain  THE LIVING EGG MACHINES  Eggs and Fowls for Sale  These   Silver   Campines   are   from   the  Silver King Cock that took the prize at  the Crystal Palace show and  all  over  England  ROBERT CLARK, GRAND FORKS  A Call to Patriotism.  Our country is so big that we may  sometimes feel that we cannot "take  It all in."   Well, that's just where the  opportunity and the challenge lie.    I  must be largo hearted if I am going to  measure up to my couutry, for, iu that  old oratorical phrase, she reaches from  the Atlantic to tho Pacific and from  Canada to tho gulf of Mexico. To be a  base hearted man in America is worse  than to be evil In any other country,  and to throw away chances here Is  more unworthy than anywhero else in  the world. It was a new call to me aa  I came back home from continents cut  up like checkerboards to a continent  spread out like a wheatfleld.   I did.not  love Europe less, but I did love America more; and I think I had the right to  do so, for It seemed to me at that moment as If I owed to my land everything In me that couia be called big or  noble or fair or decent or worth while.  -George Lawrence Parker in St. Nicholas.  Sale of Sixty Years Ago  In these days of many public  sales the following item should be  of interest to our readers. It was  clipped from a Missouri paper and  handed us by Chris Pein. The  item stated that it was taken from  a sale bill printed sixty-one years  PUBLIC SALE  of   Missouri,   county  of  ���������__������ ���������>  V  SHOES SHINED  At the Windsor Hotel by  ZACK WATSON  MESSENGER SERVICE ^  ff.*J.C*.05,^l^^.iC*^*^fl,4,O^S4',!H8M8,^,8,^J,^w  ADVERTISE IN THE LEDCE  ������ooocooooooooooooooooooooc  T.   THOMAS  CLOTHES CLKANED  PRESSED AND REPAIRED  TAILOR ��������� GREENWOOD  ������<>0000<XJOO������000000000000000  State  Pike.  To whom it may concern:  The undersigned will on Tuesday, September. 27, A. D., 134G,  sell at public outcry for cash on  premises where Cook creek croses  the old Mission road the following  chattels to-wit:  6 yoke of oxen with yoke and  chains, 2 wagons -with beds, 3  nigger wenches, 4 buck niggers,  2 nigger boys, 2. prairie plows, 25  steel traps, 1 barrel of pickeled cabbage, 1 hogshead tobacco, a lot of  nigger hoes, 1 spinning wheel 1  109m, 13 fox hounds, a lot of corn,  mink and skunk skins and a lot of  other articles; am going to California.  Chas. E. Johnson.  E. E. Lee, Cryer.  Free, head cheese, apples and  hard cider.  As our readers will notice, the  free lunch was the fad at that time  as it is today and probably always  will be.  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  JN"ew 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   price   is   25   cents,  postpaid to any part of the  world.    Address  all   letters to  R. T. Lowery  GREENWOOD, B. C.  GRAND GENTRAL   HOTBIj   Opposite Postoffice, NELSON, B.C.  American and European Plans.  H. H. PITTS, Prop.  CENTRAL HOTEL  PHOENIX.  One of the largest hotels in  the city. Beautiful location,  fine rooms and tasty meals.  A. O. JOHNSON  PROP.  NELSON HOUSE  NELSON.  European Plan.  Cafe open day and night.   Bar.  Merchant's lunch 12 to 2.  \V.  A. WARD  Phone 27.  PROPRIETOR.  O. Box 597.  GREENWOOD and  MIDWAY STAGE  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane-  at 7 a. m., and for Oroville at 2:30  p. m.   Leave orders at Terhune's  Cigar Store.       Charles Russell.  TUNING  Mr. Charles E. King will visit  Greenwood at an early date. Leave  orders for guaranteed pianoforte  tuning at White's Drug Store,.  *       your Razors Honed |  and Your Baths at i  SMOKE.,..  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.   Made by  J. C. THELIN & CO., NELSON.  ASSAYHF?  E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and  Chemist, Box nno8, Nelson, B. C.  Charges:���������Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper,  $i each. Gold-Silver, or Sijver-Lead,  $1.50. Prices for other metals: Coal,  Cement, Fireclay analyses on application. The largest custom assay office in  British Columbia.  *  r  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  ?  Y  Y  ������> _  FRAWLEY'S  BARBER SHOP  GREENWOOD.  LOWERY'S CLAIM  During the 87 months that Lowery'p  Claim was on earth it did business all  over the world. It was tho most  unique, independent aud fearless journal over produced in Canada. Political  and theological enemies pursued it with  the venom of a rattlesnake until the  government shut it out of tho mails,  and its editor coasad to' publish it,  pa*tly on account of a lazy liver and  partly because it takes a pile of monej  to run a paper that is outlawed. Then-  are still 20 different editions of this condemned journal in print. Send lOcenti  and get ono or $2 and get the bunch  R. T. LOWERY,  Greenwood, B. 0. THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  00<K>CK>C><*MX><>0<*H>OOCK><><><>0<>CK><)  ?;    BOUNDARY MINES    f  ��������� _><>CK*KK*K><><>CK>0<>CKKH>000<>00<>00  Last week the Rawhide shipped  ���������_*201 tons of ore.  Last    week   the  Granby   mine  . hipped 23,503 tons of ore.  Last week the Granby smelter  ,-eated 23,^35 tons of oro.  Last    week   tho   Mothor   Lode  -.ino shipped 7,730 tons of ore.  Last     week    tho    Greenwood  .n el tor treated 15,3GS tons of oro.  Last week the Napoleon mine  ������������������hipped 970 tons of ore.  Last week the Queen Arictoria  mine .shipped 243 tons of ore.  Tho postponed annual meeting  of tho B. 0. Copper Co. will be  held today April 3.  Tlio Slocan Record states that  - ho 13. 0. Coppor Co. is negotiating  for an option on tho Kilo mine, on  Springer creek in tho Slocan. The  control ling interest in tho Kilo  is owned by Mrs. McNaught of  Silverton.  Already he is favorably impressed  with our ores. Yesterday he  visited the Harris Mines, of which  he thinks highly, and today he  went to tho Silver Standard. It is  the purpose of the Granby company to add a lead stack to its  2,000-ton coppor smelter at Granby  bay, as soon as a daily production  of 100 tons of silver-lead ore is assured. The mines in this district  aro expected to yield tho necessary  tonnage in a comparatively short  time.���������Omineca Minor.  OCK>OOOOCK>0<XK>0<>OCK>CK>CK>0 OOO  I   B. C. MINING NEWS   I  o 0  00<*K>00000000<>0000<KH>000000  The Erie mine, one of the best-  known properties of tho district, is  to resume development immediately. E. L. Kinman, the principal owner, came in on "Wednesday and immediately made the  necessary arrangements, letting a  contract to Harris Bros. & Mullan  for 440 feet of work, including a  crosscut tunnel. Duke Harris and  Jack Mullan, the latter of whom  will have immediate charge of the  work, have engaged men for three  shifts, and ground will be broken  on Monday. In the meantime,  the big ore dump is being sorted  nnd sacked, and two cars will be  shipped next week, the first leaving on Monday. The ore, at  present metal prices, will run  ������170.00 gross.  The freight rate of SG.40 to  Prince Rupert is considered much  too high, and Mr. Kinman is making an aggressive fight for a fairer  schedule. It is believed tho railway company will reduce the rate.  Mr. Kinman has received treatment quotations from the Tacoma  smelter which will greatly interest  Onii of tho finest pieces of native  silver over brought to town, camo  in on Monday from tho TJuica. It  was brought down by Jean Bro-  chier, the shift boss at tho big 12-  Mile property. Tho piece is about  fourteen inches in length and of  irregular size, tho streak having  about the thickness of a fifty cent  piece. It was taken out of a big  strike of three feot and a half of  galena in the big or wost load.  The property is looking exceptionally fine in all directions, according to Mr. Brochier. Tho continuation of the southern drift on  the east vein has opened up another  ore shoot which now averages  about three inches in width and as  the ore on this property appears to  run in and out in long regular  shoots, an increase of this ore body  is looked for as the drift progresses.  Hughie Chisholm, of Chisholm  Brothers, who have a lease on the  apex workings of the TJtica,  was also in town the early part of  the week. They are taking out ore  on their lease right along and sending it down by their tram..to the  base of the peak, where it will be  transferred to other conveyances  for forwarding to the railway.���������  Kaslo Kootenain.  THE OLD DAYS  silver-lead miners, marking as  they do, a considerable reduction  in smelting rates. For ores carrying less'than 35 per cent, lead the  new rate is So; 35 to 40 per cent,  ores will be treated for $4; 40 to 45  per cent., $3; 45 to 50 per cent.,  82; 50 to GO per cent, 81, with no  treatment charge on ores carrying  In an interview in the Vancouver Province, Mr. J. Cumming, of  the 150 Mile House, on the days of  the real "Old Cariboo" he tolls  some interesting history of the  days of the gold discoveries:  "In the year 1SG2" he said, "I  obtained employment from the  Cariboo Company, which held  some claims on William's Creek.  ���������Cariboo Cameron' held one claim  in his own name, his wife held another, and I held one for Cameron  in my name, so that out of seven  claims Cameron controlled three.  I worked tho claim I held for him  and at the end of five months,  when ho was going to Victoria,  paid over to him the results of my  total wash-ups,, which   amounted  ���������-0 per cent.    Tho former fiat rate to a frac*icm less than  $100,000.  was 88 a ton. The freight rate  from Hazelton to Tacoma is at  present $9.50, and settlements are  on New York quotations at time  of receiving ore. The zinc penalty  has been reduced from 50 to 30  cents per unit over 8 per cent.  All of which means that the smelter is anxious to obtain lead ores.  ���������Hazelton Miner.  Investigating the ore possibilities  of this district, in the interests of  the Granby company, E. E. Campbell is spending a few days here.  Mr. Cameron's wife died in the  fall of the year, and no sooner was  her death known than the claim  held in her name was staked by  nearly a thousand men. There was  a real forest of stakes, and I think  that if they were all put together  would have measured a good fat  cord of wood.  "Cameron entered suit in the  Supreme Court against these jumpers, and when it was tried before  Judge Begbie, a decision was given  in his favor, with costs, which  were heavy.   The judge gave the  The Official  Tests show Dr. Price's  Baking Powder to be most  efficient in strength, of highest  purity and healthtatoess  AIP9, No Phosphate of Lime  jumpers a   good   dressing   down.  As I had said before, Cameron left  Cariboo for Victoria,   taking his  wife's body with him.    Thero he  had it immersed in alcohol, to preserve it, as he was going to take it  back  east by 'way of tho Isthmus  for burial near her former homo.  ���������   "When   in    Victoria   Cameron  purchased another Williams Ci-eek  claim from the Clendennings, and  also two side claims from tho same  brothers.    Then   he   returned   to  Barkerville,   but  in eight month's  ho  left  again, this time for good.  As    ho    now  owned  five of   tho  seven claims in the company, he  was waiting for the result of a few  months'   wash- up  to  pay his expenses.'  "Yon can form some idea of the  richness  of  the  claim  I  held for  him,  when  I tell you one day ho  came to mo and said:    'dimming,  I wish you would get me two good  pans of dirt, one  I wish to send to  my sister,   and tlio other to Mrs.  Wattie.    I  took  a  pan and went  into tho  claim   I was working for  him and washed   two pans of dirt.  I found thirty-two  ounces  in  one  and thirty-six  in   the   other.    Of  course I knew tho claim was rich,  bnt those pans of dirt was got from  a  thin  streak  of  dirt  which ran  through the claim, about four feot  from  bed rock.    You  can take a  candlestick in your hand and walk  in front of the streak and pick out  the gold.    Wattie was in charge of  the company's interests that year.  "At last,   at the end  of eight  mouths,   clean-up   'Cariboo   Cameron'   quit  us  for good.    It took  just eight pack mules to carry away  his  gold  dust.    The  consignment  went to the coast under a guard  well-known to Cameron, and they  were well  rewarded for their services.    When Cameron left Wattie  took charge.    He  was a native of  Valleyfield,   Lower Canada, as it  was then known.    Ho worked the  claims  for one year, when I took  charge.  "When Cameron left the claims  were just opened up, and far more  gold was taken out after ho left.  Tho dust taken out after Wattie  took charge was divided between  himself and a Mr. Steele, who subsequently went into cattle raising,  and shortly afterwards died. I  worked the claims until wo closed  down in 1SSG. Wattie, who went  east in the following year after  Cameron, came out a few years  ago to report for some Montreal  shareholders on Hobson's claim at  Bullion.  "A number of young men who  owned claims above the Canyon  where poor Dutch Bill was working, washed all the gravel on their  claims, eight feet in depth, until  they struck a thick clay bottom.  Then they stopped and went up to  Antler, where they made nothing.  After throwing up their claims on  William's creek, the ones with the  clay bottom, I mean, a gambler  named Abbot said to one of the  boys: 'Come and we'll sink  through the clay and see whether  we can find anything there.' They  did so, and struck pay dirtatouce,  going 3100 to the pan, and sometimes higher. He sent- back to  Antler and got the boys down who  had abandoned it and paid themj  good wages to work for him.  "Just below these claims was tho  Canyon, through which the waters  of   William's   creek   ran.     This  claim   was taken  by Dutch Bill,  who  discovered William's Creek,  and after who it was named.    But  unfortunate for Bill his claim was  worthless.    Down  what was supposed  to.be the old   channel   of  William's   creek,    were    several  claims such as Black Jack, Diller  and the Canadian Company.    The  last company paid   high���������it  was  rich.   One claim gavo to ono pick,  and a  windlass,  102 lbs.  in one  day.   This was tho Diller. Conkin  Gulch also paid big.   Tho Ericson  Co.,  with four picks gavo 1,700  ounces   in   a   twenty-four  hours  wash. The Caledonian on Williams creek gave $16 to the pan.  Dutch Bill didn't make much but  ho was a good prospector.  THE FIRST CASE  Under the Provincial Liquor  Amendment Act, passed during  last session, Chief Roche has, in  all probability, scored the first  conviction, and Rosio Tratnor,  keeper of a disorderly houso on  Government street has perhaps the  distinction of being the first prisoner to be' sent to Kamloops for  infringing section 95, subsection 1,  clause A of tho act. She was  sentenced by Magistrate Guernsey,  on Monday, to six months, without the option of a fine, for keeping a "blind pig."  The appearance of the place  aroused the suspicions of Chief  Constable Roche and Constable  Smith on their first visit and a  thorough search of the premises  took place, with the result that a  cache was found under the floor  of tho pantry which contained 187  bottles of port wine, three bottles  of Champagne, one bottle of Scotch  whiskey and sixteen whiskey and  beer glasses. The receptical was  cunningly devised, being under  tlie oilcloth. Below the flooring  was a. box containing the liquor.  The provisions of the new act  are very stringent, in the case of  persons caught selling liquor without a licence. No fine may be imposed and the least term of imprisonment is six months.���������Penticton Herald.  JMOTICE is hereby given that the meet-  _     ings of the Provincial Labor  Com  mission will   be held at the  following  places:���������  Penticton���������Tuesday, May 6th, io a.m.  Hedley���������Wednesday, May 7th, 2 p.m.  Princeton���������Thursday, May 8th, 8 p 111.  Greenwood���������Saturday,   May   10th,   2  p.m.  Phoenix���������Tuesday, May 13th, 2 p.m.  Grand Forks���������Thursday, May 15th, 8  p. in.  Other meetings will be announced later.  The Commission will hear evidence on  all matters affecting labor conditions iu  the Province.   All persons interested are  invited to be present.  H. G. PARSON,  Chairman.  F. R. McNamara,  Secretary.  Amraov  LlL  WE   HAVE   RECEIVED  A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF  ENGLISH PRINTS, GINGHAMS  AND DRESS GOODS; SEE OUR  NEW   LACE   COLLARS,  ^^^S^������^������^������4^^������^������^S^3^������^S^������  Plumber  I and Tinner  GREENWOOD,  B.G,  < I have taken over the  McArthur shop and am  prepared to execute all  orders for plumbing and  tinsmithing. Get your  stoves in condition before tho snow flies.  GEORGE CLERF.  Pork & Beans, 10c  Soups, 3 for 50c  Lunch Tongue, 30c  I* JL. Matthews H������ Co  ^^?5^5^3^S^5^^?������?3^i^?5^^  WE ARE  SELLING  FOR  THIS  WEEK   GOOD  SERVE GREENWOOD  Quit Work  Most of the men employed at  tho'K.V.R. construction camp of  Gilbert Brandt, near Naramata,  struck work on Wednesday, the  ostensible reason being for an increase in wages from ������2.75 to S3  per day.  The action is considered by the  contractors to be tho commencement of a general strike over the  whole of the Kettle Valley camps.  I.W.W. agitators and organizers  have been exciting the men for  some months past and many have  left witin the last two woeks for  other employment over the border.  Steps have been taken by the Provincial and local police to prevent  disturbance of the. peace and strict  watch is being kept on strangers  coming into town. ��������� Penticton  Herald.  Serve Greenwood. Don't  boom it. Booms burst. Bubbles collapse. Do something to  help it. -  Serve Greenwood. Give  something to it, don't simply  get, grab, and grasp. Put  something of yourself, your  energy and enthusiasm in work  for society as well as for yourself. v  If Greenwood .is not all it  might be, who is responsible?  Certainly not Phoenix or Grand  Forks. ���������    '  .  Serve Greenwood. Do not  simply stay here. The rocks do  that, and that is all they do.  Greenwood is a good place to  live, if we only live well here. .  A Reader.    .  GET   ONE   BEFORE   THEY   ARE   ALL  GONE  IL  RUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELD  Company  CITY COUNCIL  The Council met on Monday  evening, all members present.  Letters wero read from George  Clerf re repairs to roof of building  on Lot 15, Block 7, Coppor street,  and re closet box supplied to  Storks residence.  Tho city clerk was instructed to  notify tho tenant of Storks house  (L. Daigneault) that he would be  held responsible for the cost of  closet box, S3.25, placed on the  premises as per instructions of the  Health officer.  A committee was appointed to  see G. Clerf re repairs to roof and  arrears of rent, and report at next  meeting.  G. A. Rendoll asked permission  to drain their cesspool into a cesspool to be placed on Lot 12, Block  12, Silver street. It was decided  to lease Mr. Rendell Lot 12, Block  12, at a rate to be agreed upon between Mr. Rendell and the Finance  committee.  The following accounts were  ordered to be paid: L. L. Matthews, 82.40; E. J. Cartier, $5.  It was decided to buy a two inch  meter from the Buffalo Meter Co.  for $42.  Tho assessor was instructed to  make the assessment roll for 1913,  work to commence on April 1st,  and to complete and return the  same on April 14.  The Council adjourned to meet  on April 14.  DO YOU ENJOY EATING  MEN - ATTENTION  My  Stock  of Ofiginal ��������� Chippewa Shoes  is now in and on the Shelves   2v       *%  BOOTS     FOR     THE  LOGGER     AND  RANCHER  MINER  Or Does Everything You  Eat  Distress You?  Experts declare that the reason  stomach disorders are so common In  this country Is due to hasty and  careless habits of eating*. Stomach  troubles and run-down conditions also  usually go together.  John Lind, of Oneonta, N. Y., says:  "I have been troubled with a bad  stomach trouble for fifteen years, and  became so weak that I could hardly  walk or do any work. My appetite  was very poor, and it seemed impossible to get any relief. Since^ taking  two bottles of Vinol I find that it has  already made a remarkable improvement in my health; my digestion Is  much stronger, and I have gained in  weight."  Vinol makes weak stomachs strong  because it strengthens and tones up  the weakened, tired and overtaxed  nerves of the digestive organs. Vinol  is easily assimilated by the weakest  stomachs, and is delicious to the taste.  Try a bottle of Vinol with the  understanding that your money will  be returned if it does not help you.  J. L. White, Druggist, Greenwood, B. C.  Every pair absolutely guaranteed to give  satisfaction or Money Back at   Ai    ,    ^  BROWNS,  -  FERRY, -  WASH.  LIQUOR  ACT,  1910  (Section. 35)   ...  NOTICE is hereby piven that, on the 15th  d.-iy of May next, application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the  t'rant of a licence for the sale of liquor by retail in and upon tho premises known as The  Carmi Hotel, situate nt Carmi, B.C., upon the  lands descrtbed as Lots A and B, Plan 109,  Town of Carmi.  Dated this 3rd day April, 1913.  MICHAEL FERROUX  JEAN C. FERROUX  Applicants  List Your Property  For Sale or Rental  WITH  ?!  GOODEVE   <&   MACDONALD  Mining Brokers, Real Estate & Insurance Agents  OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL, GREENWOOD  Unanimous  A sermon was being preached on  purity of heart, and the words  came fast aud eloquently:  "Oh, Lord, givoua pure hearts,  give us clean hearts, give us sweet  hearts."  ������������������Amen," responded every man  in the congregation.  His Specialty  "A young man must learn to do  one thing well. This is an age of  specialists. Is youi* son conforming  to that rule?" "In a way. Hia  specialty is rolling cigarettes."���������  Louisville Courier-Journal.  Thu  family  remedy   for   Coughs   and Colds  Shlloh coats so little  and does   oo much I11  We are both the oldest, and the  youngest, high grade garment  makers In the Dominion.  The oldest ira business age.  The youngest: i in real enthusiasm, in creative  genius, in the: lability to reflect the spirit ot  youth in all] ou r garments.  Let  us  show.-you the  new   spring  styles.  752  W. Elson,  ��������� .-   '   > Greenwood

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