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It is impossible to make a dust in using  this paste.  ���������f*"**'--'**-:?*-^*-^^  =SEE~  = $  Glosso  For cleaning, brightening and preserving  brass, tin, copper, zinc,steel and all metal  Best on Earth.  j Around Home  (r  =^  ;<*  ACCIDENT   <& SICKNESS   INSURANCE j  -A L S O-  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE  OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL, GREENWOOD  I  I  I have just made a batch of my  RICH DARK  FRUIT CAKE  " THE CAKE OF QUALITY"  ���������FROM���������,  "THE STORE OF QUALITY"  William C. Arthurs  THE  BREAD & CAKE  BAKER  Vienna Bakery, Greenwood  Greenwood's   Big  Furniture  Store  CARPET    SCARES  We.have received some very fine AxminsterSquares  *    from the best English looms.  Also a. large variety in Velvet and Tapestry.  TO.TROUBLE TO'SHOW GOODS,:  TO SHOW IS GENERALLY TO SELL,  T. M. GULLEY & Oo.  Opposite Posteffice, GREENWOOD, B.' C. Phone 27  ^  j  $  WALTER   G.   KENNEDY  GREENWOOD,  B.  C.  ATTRACTIVE JEWELRY  has seldom been gathered in such  an extensive display as 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.  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  in, lis, mmblmv  i  A Full Stock of First Class Pipes.       Pipe Repairs  a Specialty.  A. LOGAN & Co.  GREENWOOD.     -     B. C.  DRESSMAKING  Booms in  store.  MISS DREVER  Miller Blk.  over Drug  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR BDMUND WALKER. CV.O, LL.D., D.C*U Freildeat  ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD  ' CUneral Managar Aiiiatant General Manatfor  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES  Issued by Tho Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to  provide himatlf with funds without delay at each point of his journey in  a convenient yet Inexpensive manner. They are issued payable in every  country in the world in denominations of  $10,   $20,   $50,   $100,   $200  with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated  on the face of each cheque. They are economical, absolutely safe self-  identifying and easily negotiated. a.a  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  A, H. MARCON���������  Manager of Greenwood and Rock Creek Branches  WANTS. Etc  For Sale. ��������� A large quantity  of Shingles. Charles Kinney,  blacksmith and wagon maker,  Greenwood.  Fifty shares of Rock Creek  Trading Co.j stock for sale below  par.    Apply at Ledge office.  ROOMS   TO   I.ET  In the Swayne House, Silver  Street. Clean, private and comfortable rooms in a quiet locality  at reasonable rates. Hot and cold  baths free to guests. '  Found.���������A  Owner apply  Midway.  sum  to A.  of  M.  money.  Grant,  Bank of Montreal  ESTABLISHED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $16,000,000.   Rest, $16,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS,   .002,014.94  lion. President: Lord Strathcona and Mount Royaiv, G. C. M. G.  President: R. B. Angus, Esq.  Vice-President and General Manager: H. V. Merudith, Esq.  Branches in London, En������f. {ZXc^^^ewYorKmc^o  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange nnd Cable Transfers.    Grant Commercial and  Travellers'Credits, available in any part of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  IntoroHt Allowed ill.  (JllllOllt. lllltOH.  GreenwoodjjBrarich; - C. 13. Winter, Mgr,  ���������nmrstasmsaSBSSSMK  A local company will build a  canning factory in Grand Forks  at a cost of $13,000.  The Steelite Explosive Co.,  has bought a site on Mill  Creek, across the lake from New  Denver, and will begin the  building of a factory in a short  time.  Grand Forks will soon have a  fife aud drum baud. It already  has two newspapers.  Three Italians of Fife were  given two months in jail for  shooting grouse out of season.  This year tbe Grand Forks  Fair receives a grant of $800  from the Provincial government.  The coast papers state that  McArthur Bros, of New York  have the contract trom the Kettle Valley railway to build its  line from Hope to Coldwatcr  Junction, 38 miles.  Steelite, the new explosive is  to be tested * in  the Argo tunnel.  Charley Martin has moved his*  shoeshop from-Carmi to Beaverdell. ,"   .  G. A. Reridell carries dynamite  and stumping powder, caps and  fuse.  A. A. Frechette moved his  harness shop, to Grand Forks  this week.       '  "  The annual dance in aid of the  local hoapital was held in Phoenix last night.   ;  Your old pipe may be made like  new at a small cost, scud it to  W. G. Kennedy.  Mrs. Smith and daughter, and  F. F. Ketchum are visitors from  Beaverdell this week.  The McCormick and Deering  ing lines of cutting machinery at  Browns, Ferry, Wash.  , Born,��������� At Rock Creek on  August 9, to Mr. and Mrs, Harry  Pittendrigh, a daughter.  The B. C. Copper Co, will begin shortly to * build a concentrator at Boundary Falls.  For some time past Professor  Billy McBride has only had one  patient in his Sanitarium.  C. J. McArthur aud family  left ou Saturday last for a few  weeks camping at Christina  Lake.  The Granby Co. has taken a  bond on the Big Copper and will  do some diamond "drilling work  in the near future.  A big bunch of keys was found  ia the Bank' of Montreal last  week. Owner can have same by  calling at the bank.  Miss Sarah' Lawson left for  Sudbury. Ontario, on Monday,  where she will be wedded to Carl  Charlton formerly of this city..  L. A. Smith & Co., will have  their main store in Greeuwood,  having bought the Russell-Law-  Caulfield Co.'s stock last week.  On Sunday next, August 17th,  at 3 p.m., the Rev. A. M. Lloyd  will conduct a church service at  the school house Ingram mouutr  ain.  Tenders are invited for the  purchase and removal of the  Central hotel, Greenwood,'B.C.  Apply to G. A. Ren dell, Greenwood.  It is reported that John Burns  of Nelson has received the contract to build the postoffice in  Greenwood, the price being about  $41,000.  Through F. W. McLaine,  Kenneth Mackenzie has sold his  carpenter shop to Tom Gunder-  son, and his residence to the  School Board,  J. J. Walker, graduate optician  will be at Logan's store during  the days of the Fair, October 7  and 8. Those in need of optical  goods should remember the dates.  Mr. Hanson, of Spokane, was  in town last week. He owns the  old Hunter-Kendrick brick building, and expects to lease it to a  company who will start a general  store.  Tom Walsh's famous Brides-  ville hotel was struck by lightning a few days ago. Tom was  saying his prayers at the time,  and little damage was done to  the house.  Danny Deane and Jeff Davis  have a case that will be tried in  court on Friday. Deane is the  plaintiff and the trouble has  arisen over a seizure of goods by  Davis for an account against J.  K Mecredv,  , Curly Campbell is building a  residence on his ranch at Fish  lake. Curly!s ranch is situated  close to Dempsey Health Resort.  The,climate is so good in' that  vicinity that whiskey can only  be kept for a few hours.  J. H. Willcox, the well-known  printer left for Colorado Springs  on Monday in hopes of regaining  his health. For some time past  he has been suffering from tuber-  colosis in the first stage. His  many friends wish him a speedy  recovery.  A pleasant surprise was given  to Miss Sara Lawson at her home  by her many friends iu Greenwood last Friday evening, before  her departure for Sudbury, which  will be her future home. The  evening was spent pleasantly by  playing cards, singing and dancing and finally winding up by  the crowd singing "For she a  jolly good' fellow." Every-one  wished Miss Lawson a safe journey and much prosperity in her  new life.  ���������-���������'������������������"-''���������-'������������������s--**'*^^  Western Float!  Trains    are now   running  into  Telkwa.  Ihorse,  to points   in  JandNow Brunswick.  A  Nova -Scotia  been  **(  Dewdney-Ferguson  A wedding was quietly solemnized at the home of the bride's  parents,     Midway,     Wednesday  morning, August 13th, when Miss  Kathleen Stuart Ferguson,  eldest  daughter of J. R.   Ferguson, J.P.,  and Mrs. Ferguson, was united in  marriage  to Mr.   Walter   Robert  Dewdney,   Government Agent and  Gold Commissioner of Greenwood,  and a nephew ��������� of the Hon. Edgar  Dewdney,    formerly    Lieutenant-  Governor   of    British   Columbia.  The ceremony was performed by  the Eev. J. E. Munro, B.D.   The  bride who was given away by her  father, was charmingly attired in a  travelling suit of brown cloth, with  hat to match and carried a boquet  of bridal roses and lillies of the  valley.   She was assisted by her  sister,  Miss Ethel M.   Ferguson,  who wore a cream serge suit, with  trimmings   of   American   Beauty  satin, and a Panama hat trimmed  with   cream   ostrich  plumes  and  carried   a   boquet   of  American  Beauty roses.   The groom was attended by Mr. H.  Campbell Williams of Greenwood.    The groom's  gift to the bridesmaid  was a ruby  ring and to the groomsman a ruby  and   pearl   stick-pin.      After the  ceremony breakfast was served and  the happy couple left for Victoria  and Vancouver   where they will  spend their honeymoon.  Potatoes are 810 a ton in New  Westminster:        ���������  ��������� ���������  "     '<  Mission City will soon have a  steam laundry.  The Union' Bank  branch at Smithere.  A lock-np  with two, cellB   has  been built at Masset.  C. H.  Sales has opened a pressing shop in Ashcroft,  At the factory in  East Princeton cement is S3 a barrel.*  There are ton machines in'the  box factory at Mission City.  Daring July there was only one  case in the police court at Merritt.  At Enderby, F. W. Hassaid  will bale 50Q tons of hay this year.  The first hardware store hfis  ju*-t been  opened at Fort George.  The new postoffice in North  Vancouver will be opened this  month!  Bad weather has made, this a  poor whaling season in northern  waters.  In Hazelton, George Patterson  was fiued S15 for swearing on the  streets.  As it comes from the saw, lumber is S50 a thousand feet at Fort  Fraser. -  paper   has .once more,  started at Slocan  City:   It   may  succeed ras it states- that coal at  Midway .is ,only fifty miles away. ���������  . There are twenty-six men work- '  ing in the Inland  Empire mine at  Paulsen, and it is reported that  $240 ore has recently been struck,  will   open  aj    w! B. Wilcox is  now secretary  Chilliwack  thirty-four  CITY COUNCIL  That the theatre going public  of Greenwood appreciate a good  thing when they see it is fully  demonstrated by the large  crowds which turn up to see the  clear, flickerless and interesting  pictures at the Star Theatre.  The machine is a uew one, the  operator an expert aud the pictures the best that can be secured.  Council met on Monday evening.  For warehouse and other purposes, it was decided to lease to the  B. C. government for ten years at  a rental of SI a year, lots 27, 28,  29 and 30, Block B, Map 28.  The following accounts were  ordered to be paid:  A. A. Frechette, $4; G. Clerf,  $14.85; 8. H. McConnell, 88; Rufl-  sel-Law-Caulfield Co., $12.50; A.  S. Black, %)��������� J. Williamson,  $14.25; J. L. White, 82;. A. L.  White, .75; C.P.R. Telegraph,  $11.17; Electric Lights,   $123.25;  C. J.    McArthur,   $3.55;   E.   C.  Watson, $5.  The water committee was instructed to repair the Providence  Creek reservoir.  The Mayor reported a favorable  interview with' the government in  Victoria, regarding a grant for  water and schools.  The Rate and Estimate By-laws  received their third reading.  The rate this year is 33J mills.  The tax sale will be hold on  September 13.  Council adjourned until August  25. .          It is strange how crowded tho  thoroughfare looks to a man that's  chaBing his hat down the street.  Frank   Cawley' of  owns a mare which is  years old.  A carload of cherries was recently shipped from Kelowna to  Vancouver.  George Adams has moved his  jewellery .store from' Ashcroft to  Revelstoke. -    *' "  This, summer,., crude, oil "was  poured on Sumas lake to kill * the  mosquitoes.        :    ���������  Natural gas has been found at  Halls Landing, four miles from  Arrowhead.  Operations will be resumed at  the Blue Bird mine at Rossland  next month.  The Conservative Association  hau bought the Wallace building  in Rossland.  Herbert Watson, of Vancouver,  is now pushing a pencil on the  Merritt Herald.  Forest fires were raging early  this month between Jasper and  Tete Jaune Cache.  At a cost of $8,000 P. Burns &  Co., are building a cold storage  plant at Fort George.  The Grand Trunk railway has  ordered 75 big locomotives that  will cost $25,000 each.  At the present time more than  twenty buildings are under construction in Blairmore.  There is a big deposit of Iceland  spar at the mouth of Ashnola  river in the Similkameen.  Willis Croutage was killed in  the War Eagle mine at Rossland  Inst week by a fall of rock.  ' Abner Hingley is moving his  fox farming business from Nova  Scotia to Athabasca Landing.  In the Yukon the stage fare between Whitehorse and Klaone,  125 miles, has been reduced to $20.  Billy Lawson died suddenly in  Sandon last week. He was city  clerk of that city for many years.  Guy Barnes and Richard Ames  are prospecting for copper in the  Loon river district in Northern  Alberta.  Last year the gross earnings of  the C.P.R. were $139,000,000..  The net earnings amounted to  846,000,000.  In Chilliwack twenty years ago  a merchant broke the early closing  rales, by selling a barrel of flour  after six o'clock.  J. L. Ruttan, of Enderby, recently autoed from that town to  Fort Fraser in three days, a distance of 570 miles.  F. P., Cook is applying for a  transfer of the licence of. the  Granite Creek hotel from Bert  Goodisou to himself.  Recently   123  live  foxes were  of*  the Medicine  Hat  Board   of  Trade.    He became wealthy years  ago    by   publishing the   Phoenix^,  Pioneer. ' (,  Frank Teetzel has resigned as  government agent at Nelson, and  will move to Victoria, where he  has secured a position with the  Dominion government.  Charles Biesel and Bernard McDonald were lined up to bo shot in  Mexico when a messenger arrived  with an order from Huerta to release them. A minute later and  they would have been dead. As  McDonald is a British subject the  Canadian government may demand  some satisfaction from, Mexico.  Joseph McDonald, general manager of the Consolidated Mining  & Milling   Co.,   of   Guanajuato,  Mexico,  and a brother of Bernard  McDonald,  formerly of Rossland,  has  been acquitted in Juneau by  the   jury that tried' him  on  the  charge of murdering N. C Jones,  a mission   worker,   on   May   14,"  1902.     The   jury   was   ont   two  hours.     McDonald   pleaded Belf-  defence.   He was then manager of  the   Treadwell mine.     His   witnesses swore that Jones,  who insisted on the Treadwell mine being closed on Sundays, menaced  Mr. McDonald with a pistol before  McDonald shot him.     After   the .  tragedy a coroner's jury exonerated   McDonald.    In   December,*  1912, relatives of Jones re-opened  '  the case and-McDonald was "indicted."  He was arrested in Mex- -  ico in March 1913," and paid the  expenses of his own extradition, l  the " Mexican   government* being  short of funds.  Send for a catalogue of headstones and monuments, made by  the Kootenay Monumental Works,  Nelson, B. C.  Change in Business  The purchase of the Russell-  Law-Caulfield Co., by the firm of  L. A. Smith & Co., is in line with  the progressiveness which has always been evinced by Mr. Smith  during the time he has been in the  Boundary. He came to Anaconda  in 1896 and has been in business  continuously, in Anaconda since  that time. His rise has been  gradual but steady and perhaps is ���������  due, almost entirely, to his keen  desire to satisfy those who have  traded with him. In fact, "Smith  and satisfaction" have been synonymous, for years.  His further success is assured  and Greenwood welcomes so progressive and popular a business  man as Mr. Smith.  Makes a Strike  After .prospecting for years in  many camps, Henry Bretzins, a  Slocan miner, who started out  from Hazelton a couple of weeks  ago, made his first big find a few  hours after he began prospecting  on the Cronin trail, in the Babino  range, camping 24 miles from Moricetown, he started out to get a  view from the top of the hill.  Finding galena float, he traced it  up for a short distance, discovering  a ledge apparently five feet wide  and exposed for a length of 750  feet. On the hanging wall was ������  streak of steel galena three inches  wide, the, same ore occurring in  streaks and bunches throughout  the vein. The lucky prospectoi  staked four claims, calling thegrou*.  the Debenture, and returned to  Hazelton to record. He packed ou<  a quantity of the surface ore, whici  is of excellent appearance am.  carries $78 in silver and lead. In  expectation of finding more mineral in the neighborhood, an urn  ber of prospectors havo gone to the  scone of tho strike. ��������� Ominec.  Minor.  _f'\    V { J. .M  *,*'<-'':, ������������������������__,'_;  i.:'-ll..':^''T,  Iv  ?' '' '  ** '* ,"���������  '1 -.   " I  * **R  t   ^rr,*,A.*d������>4-^l ������������-*-*M������ir-w*e**M m Ut s.v./t uc -vMJt mx. .ta^mcmw a. m .  '���������Hh-iriinm-iWiiii  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA:  .������.���������  .     .-_ .  i         an II II I fllliT liljfca ������������������    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 I/edge is $2.00 a year in advance, or $2.50 when uot 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, alwayn  in advance. j  R.  T.  lioWERY  EDITOR    AND    FINANCIER.  e-amasaascaxak  communal life, the peoplo will bo  won to seek tho country again.���������  Dr. Frank Crane.  GREENWOOD,'AUGUST 14, 1913.  A blue mark here indicates that your Subscription has  become deceased, and that the editor would once more  like to commune with your collateral.  It is a short road that has no  automobiles.  Moxev is tight but in no danger  of being arrested.  H.vkd times exist principally in  the imagination.  Thinking Themes  Sunshine  hay.  will  cure new mown  Love and'money properly mixed  will make a happy home.  The world is advancing. It has  been fonnd out that a bed bug is  capable of catching leproBy.  Some day the world will discover that there is plenty of good  land adjacent to Greenwood.  It was Dan Emmet, the minstrel, who wrote Dixie, the  national song of the South in war  times.  There appears to be a Btrike in  Mexico, and we advise the timid  to stay away from that country  until they know who- is president.  The future for Greenwood is  growing brighter, and a decided  improvement in business is likely  to take place in the very near  future.  The scientists say that the more  we bathe the more microbes we  will have on our backs. This is  good news to the lazy man who  only ablutes annually.  Times in the Boundary look  good to the people at the coast.  Living in peace and plenty we are  prone to be discontented and look  faraway for better things.  Tourists are loud in their  praises of the good roads iu B.C.  Few countries in the world have  better roads than this province,  and none spend more money than  them.  Success.  When  people write to me asking for tbe secret of my success,  I  always tell them that I owe everything to a love for aud mastery of  dotails.    A man  playing chess or  billiards or golf must attend to details if he wants to win���������why must  he not do so iu  business?   Everyone ought to be able to keep his  own books and know exactly to a  penny how the money comes in and  how it goes out.   I have known  many bright intelligent men  who  never really   knew  all   the facts  about their own affairs.   They did  not actually know when they were  m a k i n g rn o n ey on a certai n opera-  tion and when they   were  losing.  Such business men live in a  fool's  paradise; they hate to study their  hooks and  face the truth.    They  . are often.brilliant at a singleBtroko  but they cannot keep up the game  simply because they aro  weak in  detail, and they are weak in detail  because they have never studied its*  principlea.*��������� John D. Rockefeller.  People who write books, edit  newspapers and magazines and deliver lectures, as well as all who  discusB political economy and social  problems seem to have a notion iu  the base of their brain somewhere,  that there is nobody Co speak of it  in the world except the folks who  live in cities.  Among the reasons why men  flock to cities may be the fact that  when they go to tho country they  pass out of the range of the literary  opera glass. Literature is pur  conscious self-expression. We  want to be written about. Aud to  be a country-jake is to drop off the  earth. A recent book "New Lives  for Old" by William Carlton, betokens a welcome change. It is  about the country���������how it can be  made livable. He tells how he  bought a farm in one of those distressing New England communities  blew the resurrection trumpet, aud  eventually made all the farms in  neighborhood pay and all the peo-  glad they were farmers. The  | means by which he accomplished  this was���������organization.  It is only by organization that  any community comes into social  consciousness. From ["organization  comes now not only power but the  joy of life.  The curse of the country has  been the same isolating individualism that makes cities corrupt.  Almost all other forms of btiai-  nesb have felt the call of the age  and have Bought the advantages of  consolidation. Compare the modern department store with the little  shops of London a century ago, the  steel truBt with the village smith,  the railway combines with the  stage coach. Yet the farmers still  linger in the antiquated field of  independence and competition.  Various schemes have been tried  to get the tillers of the soil to solidity. There was the grange idea,  there were other co-operative plans.  But the oue thing that has not  been tried to any extent is the oue  thing that is the very genius of this  country���������organized democracy:! a  local community getting together,  uot in churches parties or "movements," but as a company of human beings to help one another,  and thus to advance the welfare of  all.  The one great drawback to rural  life is loneliness.  Whatever will best relieve this  will do moBt towards bringing the  people  "back to the land."   Already the telephone and automobile  have helped   a  deal.     But that  which will help most of  all   is to  get the country people to realize  democracy, to feel that they  can  get together, not as fellow sectarians, lodge members or partizans,  but as citizens aud human beings.  The narrowness, bigotry,  moddlo-  Bomenesa, and intolerance of early  days are passing.   These were the  expulsive   forces  that   drove lint  youth from the farm  to the freedom of the city.    With the organization of a wholsomeand practical  The Curse of Lawyers.  When the Loader of tho Opposition has looked a little* further into  matters ho will find thai; one, of tho  greatest curses of tho Party System  has beon the extraordinary  annexation of power   and   influonco  by  the lawyers.    And in this  connection wo commend to bin notice tho  statement by our friend "V-anoc"  of tho Referee,   thai   Llie  grosser  evils of Party spring  mainly   from  the lawyers, whoso minds . .havo  lost the   power of  porooiving  tho  right side of anything.    The. pcoplo  are  losing  their  freedom.     They  owe to tho hiwyors tho loss of their  liberty."    With tlio exception   ot  about half a dozen, who have- had  the benefit of a busbies*"*  training,  the lawyer  M.P.'s aro ;i positive  curso to tho country.���������John Hull.  Place your orders  For McCormick and Deering Cutting  Machinery, Binders, Mowers and Rakes  ��������� ferryT^wash.  WESTERN -"- HOTELS.  NKWMAKKKT   UOTKL  Is the homo for all tourists and  millionaires visiting Now Denver, British Columbia.  A. JACOBSON, Proprietor.  THK   PKOVINOIC   HOTEL  ' Grand Forks, B.C., is in the centre  of thecity, and furnishes the public  with every accommodation at  reasonable rates.. ���������    ':  ' '        Kmll Iwti-flen, Proprietor,  Lode Gold.  Of British  Columbia   lodo  gold  production for 1012, which totaled  $5,322,000,     Roasland    produced  more than ono half, or $2,730,000.  Tho Boundary is credited with ������2,  107,000 and  Nelson  district  with  3301,000.    The Nickel Plate mine,  at Hedley, yielded  -3775,000  from  free milling quartz.    Tho total production ofjthe province, both placer  and lode,   was  $.''2,4-10,000.    Tho  silver production   of the  province  was 81,810,000, of which   the Slocan district produced (il   per  cent,  Fort  Steele  district   12  per cent,  and the balance from  the Lardeau  and  Nelson districts.     The total  lead   production   was  S1,S0G,000;  copper, $8,405,000; zinc, 831.0,000,  and coal $9,200,000.  * The Greenwood Grocery *  4* We respectfully solicit your patronage and  co-operation 4s-  4* to enable us to keep -i 4s*  % FRESH, CLEAN STOCK +  tSet ~   THK   KASLO   HOTKT.  Kaslo, B. C��������� is a comfortable  home for ali who travel to that  city.  Cockle,& Pnpwnrtn.  and givo sati.-ifaclorv service.   . ,__      ^  PLRASR NOTE.���������A 11 bills must be paid monthly, 4  L. L. MATTHEWS.  ��������� ���������W ���������*������������������������������$��������� f -f ���������#������$->���������#.$.*fr^. 4.<%$.-^���������f<<9'<f������f><9>*f ���������ftfcf  The girl who is ambitions to  make a .name for herself usually  ends by accepting some man's.  SPOKANESS^FAIR  ARLINGTON HOTEL  Trail, B. C���������This hotel has been  thoroughly renovated. II is heated  by steam, and has hot and cold  water in all rooms. A pleasant  home for all who travel.   JAMES WILLIAMSON, Proprietor  TICK-MONT    HOUSE  Nelson, B. C, is run on tho American and European plan. Rtoam  hoatod rooms. All white labor.  Special attention paid to dlnim?  room.  Ttimsoino & diinpbcll, Props,  Nelson, B.C.  -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,  *P*HOH3Kri*5C.     B,' O. ���������  The NewoBt and, Largopt;Hotel in  tho City. Everything ��������� neat, clean  and comfortable. Steam heat and  electric light. Meals aud drinks at  all hours. \  HARTMAN & WELSH    -   -   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.  IHllDKSVII,r,K   UOTKL.  Bridesville, B. C. This hotel is  within easy reach of all the leading  Boundary towns and the centre of  a fine farming district.  THOMAS   WAI.SH.   Proprietor.  ON PARL,I5 FRANCAIS  NATIONAL HOTEL  GREENWOOD, B. C.  The  Really Best, House  in the Boundary.  Recently Remodelled and  Strictly Up-to-Date.  Restaurant in connection  OWEN   BOfER  PROP  Indian tribes at Spokane Fair.  THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton. This liotel it new, comfortable  well-furnished, and is close to the railway  depot. Modern accommodation and sample rooms.  *    SUMMERS & WARDLE, Proprietors  HOTEL KEREMEOS  Opposite depot. Extensive alter  ations have recently beeu 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 in connection.  Mrs. A. F. KIRBY  WINDSOR HOTEL  The Windsor Hotel is one of the  best furnished hotels in the West.  It is located in the heart of Greeuwood and within easy reach of all  the financial and commercial institutions of the Copper Metropolis. Heated with steam and lit  by electricity.' Commodious sample rooms. The bar is replete  wilh all modern beverages aud  the ��������� cafe uever closes. Rooms  reserved by telegraph.  Tlio Windsor Hotel Co  E. J. Cartier, Mgr.  HOTEL CASTLEGAR, Castlegar June-  tion.* All modern. Excellent  accomodations for tourists and  drummers. Boundarytrain leaves  here al 9.10 a.m.  W. II.  CACE Proprletoi  GRANITE CREEK HOTEL  Granite Creek, B. C. Headquarters for miners, prospectors and  railroad men. Good stabling in  connection. Tasty meals and  pleasant rooms.  H, COODISSON. Proprietor  GRAND CENTRAL   HOTEIj   Opposite Postoffice, NELSON, B..C.  American and European Plans,  Hi H. PITTS, Prop.  International Polo  Tournament  Daily Gomes between Canadian  and American Teams  $35,000 in Premiums &  Purses  Competition open to the "World  The First National  Indian Congress  Approved by U. S. Government  SPECIAL CASH PRIZES        :  FOR THE CHILDREN  72d Seaforth. Highlanders Band  $500 Cash Prizes for Better Babies  "Custer's Last Fi&ht" NMtly  A thrilling reproduction of this famous  battle with 500 Indians'nnd 200 Soldiers  COMBINATION AUCTION  SALE OF LIVE STOCK ON  THURSDAY AND FRIDAY  Fireworks Display Every Ni&Ht  Individual Farm. Exhibit Prizes  $20,000 Race Program  Seven Races Daily  Poultry-men's Meeting Wednesday  Dairymen's Meeting Thursday  Broadsword Battleson Horseback  EXCURSION RAILROAD RATES  C For illustrated Daily Pro&ram nnd  Premium List, address 505 Chamber of  Commerce Building :: Spokane, "Wash.  .anactiao Fa-cific  And    onneeting Lines  THROUCH     SPOKANE,    PORTLAND,    SEATTLE,  VANCOUVER, VICTORIA AND RETURN  TO GREENWOOD, OR VICE VERSA  VIA PORTLAND ��������� OTHER ROUTES  $40,50 $36,00  LIBERAL STOP OVERS  FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st, 1913  ALGOMA HOTEL  Deadwood, B. C. This liotel is  within easy distance of Greenwood  and provides a comfortable home  for travellers. The bar has the  best of wines, liquors and cigars.  JAMES HENDERSON Pro rletoi  CENTRAL HOTEL  "  PHOENIX.   ���������  One of the largest hotels iu  the city.   Beautiful location, ���������  fine rooms and tasty meals.  A. O. JOHNSON  PROP.  your Razors Honed $  Ask any C.P.R. Agent for further particulars  R. R. REDPATH, J. V. MURPHY,  EHOLT, R G  HIE IHlEff  DAVID 0XLEY  Proprietor.  _     and Your Baths at |  FRAWLEY'S f  BARBERSHOP  GREENWOOD,  ^:������^"Mm:"M^<h(K.^.>.-).x~->.x������k<*<������x������  Subscribers are reminded that  The Ledge is $2 a year when  paid in advance. When not so  paid it is $2.50 a year.  Agent,  Greenwood, B. C.  District Passenger Agent  Nelson, B. C.  Cream  ARG������  TUNNEL!  Pure,  Healthful,  Dependable  Its active principle solely  grape acid and baking  soda. It makes the food  more delicious and whole  some.  e  The  low priced, low grad  powders put alum or lime  phosphates in the food.  Ask Your Doctor About That  It is necessary to develop  and work the natural resources that surround a city  in order to bring prosperity  to the community. The tunnel at the Argo is in a long  distance and a large body of  high grade ore may be struck  at any time. This would  mean a big profit to the  stockholders and another  boom for Greenwood.    '  OLA LOFSTAD  PresidentjJ  JAMBS McCREATH  Secretary.  .ulckly stops  coughs, cures colda, und  heuli  the threat und lungs.      ::      ::     .20 cents.  When you want a head3tqnp or  monument write to the Kootenay  Monumental Works, Nelson, B.C.  mfir-iri  -miiiMt-m ., *-*-*7r""r":""","''""'��� ;��� ��i-f-' ������ ����� ..���;���;
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' Too much water drinking is just
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OUR PURE WINES
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the   closet   for   emergency���either ��
unexpected visitors or sudden ill- ��,
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GETTING  CLOSE.
fJOW wonderful to read about        ,
���"���    The Henator who sits
rViound In Washington and makes
, The biggest hind of hits!
Lint should you meet that same grand man
, Off In the woods some Hay
Vou would discover he was made
Of very common clay.
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The ludge who occupies the bench
,,And keeps the lawyers straight        T
Appeal-* while sitting there at ease     '
.A man of'heavy weight.
But when you como to read with caro '
Decisions handed down    <
Vou may observe he doesn't itnow
iThut grammar Is In town.
The man who wears his clothes with taste
And runs his business well
When he. Is cornered by a kid
May know not how to epell.
For, though he sports a massive front ,
And bundles cash enough,
���His education may not bo    '
.More than a man sized bluff.
And thus you cannot always tell
Uy reason of his fame,
For men In every walk of Ufa
��� Aio pretty much tho same.
Thoy may have scaled the dizzy height*
And stirred up quite a fuss.
But when you come to sift them down
' They're like tho rest of us.     ,
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S~ GREENWOOD OFFICE        - ��� CLUB CIGAR STORE 3
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"Do you believe
In woman sul--
frngeV"1
"1 (to not"
"Want! Don't
yon think women
should have a
voice In public
afl'airs?"       .'     ,
"If  they   have
any   more   voice
than   they   have ���
now the men will
have   to   make'
signs."
Unreasonable Dealers.
"I thought vou were going to buy an
auto."
'I have changed my mind."
"What made you do that?"
"They refused to. sell me one for a
dollar down and 25 cents a week."
A FAMOUS WOMAN DETECTIVE.
Mrs. Goodwin of the New York Police
a Real Sherlock Holmes.
In the Woman's Home Companion'
Appears the following account of Mrs.'
Isabella Goodwin, thb famous detective In-New York citj'in connection
"vith the police department:
���'Llnre  is  a   real   Shertock  Holmes
ivlio has been instrumental in tlie capture of hundreds of lawbreakers with-
���mt smoking a single pipeful of tobac-
���'o.   She is Mrs. Isabella Goodwin, police matron, recently promoted to do-
tcutire of the flrst grade on the New-
York city force',with a salary of $2,250
a year in recognition of her services in
procuring the capture of the "taxicab
banrUts," whose reckless exploits had
startled the city.    Mrs. GoodwiD is a
widow,   forty-seven   years   old,   the
mother of three children, and her home
life is as peacefully busy as that of
any  village   housekeeper.    Since  the
death of her husband, a roundsman on
the police force, fifteen years ago, until, her recent promotion Mrs. Goodwin
served as a police matron, incldontally
������xercisliig her gifts as a detective In
Hiietly   gathering   evidence   against
uindreds   of   dangerous   frauds   and
���uncles.
"Her elder son Is a detective of the
Jrst grade, her sister Is a department
rtore detective, and her daughter also
ins already manifested ability in de-
ectlve work. When the taxicab ban-
fills, after robbing two bank messen-
Kers of $23,000, had seemingly baffled
the police Mrs. Goodwin was enlisted
in tho case. By impersonating the sister of tho landlady of a boarding
house frequented by friends of the
robbers she was enabled gradually to
pick up information that was .invaluable to the authorities in running
down the criminals. It was this case
that won her promotion and official
standing as a detective, yet through
her fifteen years of service she had already done an enormous amount ot
even more valuable though less sensational work In obtaining evidence
against over 500 dangerous swindlers
-astrologers, palmists, fortune tellers,
crystal gazers, psychics, trance mediums. Hindu magicians, quack doctors
and surgeons and others that in the
large cities prey upon foolish people,
almost unmolested because of the difficulty of proving that they actually
violate the law."
NEW ADVERTISING- SCALE.'
The newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix ancl Grand Forks have adopted the
following scale for legal advertising:
Application , for   Liquor  Licence
(30 days) jtS.oo.
Certificate of Improvement Notice
(60 days) $7.50
Application to Purchase Land Notices (60 days) j?7.5o
Delinquent Co-owner Notices (90
days) jSio.oo
Water Notices (small) #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.  Noupariel meastuemeiit
A SITTING of the County Com t of Vulo will
be holden nt*. the Court floiiso, Krcnnu-ooil.
on Tuesday thoQtli d,iy of September lfil.1, at
eleven o'clock in thu fnranonn.
Hy order,
WAH'ER DEWDNEY,
UcK'HtrarC. C. of Y,
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
\yOULDN'T it be a nice idea to send
some ��� of our ��� missionary minded
millionaires to our sister, republics to
teach them to raise doves of peace tar
etead of raising Cain?
It's a short road that has no chuck-
holes, j
Judging from what the scientists tell
ns, about 77 per cent of the population
of the globe must consist of microbes.
And there's no proof that the census
got 'em all either.
MINERAL ACT ,.
Certificate of Improvements. *
NOTICE.'    ' ���   '.
Enterprise and Teresa Fraction Mineral Claims,'
situate in the Greenwood Mining.Division
of \ale District.   Where located: On Nels-
creek about two miles from the West Fork
uf the Kettle river.
���pAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson
J-     acting- a, aprent for Teresa M. Graham,
Frees Miner 8 Certificate No. 75335.3,   intend *
Rixtj days from  dale hereof, to apply to the '
Wiiimif Recorder for a Certificate if Improve
meats, for the purpose, of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claims.*
.inV'4 *",,r"1,e!' "l'*e U0*ice lhal *,cllon "'"-iersec- '
to, 37, niiisl be commenced before the issue of '
such Certificate of Improvements <'
Dated this 2nd day of June, A. D, 1913. '*
SYDNEY M.JOHNSON.
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EXURSIONS
The Midway Store for Quality Goods
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, General Merchandise,  Boots, Shoes,
Dry    Goods,    Hardware,    Sleighs,
Wagons, Buggies arid all kinds of
Agricultural and  Horticultural Implements and Appliances.
Evasive.,
"Do you think my wife can learn to
sing, professor?'"
"Undoubtedly, she has a very fine
voice, but it takes time. If I were
you i would save my. money and buy a
phonograph."
Purs Cussednesa.
"Tbe meanest man has been found
again."
"And what has he done."
"He always gets passes for his wife
to Falm Beach in summer and to Pe-
toskey in winter."
JAS. G. McMYNN, MIDWAY, B. C.
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CURE   WHERE  OTHERS   FAIL.
Many fly-liy-night quacks advertise cures and treatment'-, that prove only
a teinpoiary stimulant and it is only a matter of time till llie old symptoms
return. My 7 years in one location proves that my methods aie genuine
and my cuies lasting. Many of my patients have come through the recommendation of their friends whom I have cured. My rf> yea is experience
enables me to diagnose your case properly and effect a permanent cure. All
diseases of men my specially, regardless of how long standing.
The Remedy.
"He was an only son."
"Spoiled, I suppose."
"Badly."
"How did he get cured?"
"Married an only daughter."
Not So Effective aa Hs Might Be.
"It is a good thing that Green's such
a lazy man."
"Why?"
"Because he's such a knocker."
has
Queer,
become
To Out of Town Pallenls
I invite your correspondence and can prescribe
for you by mail as well as
if you saw me personally.
All letters held confidential and given my closest
personal attention.
DR. KELLY,
Expert   Urologist
Write for free
Booklet
a  hot proposi-
"James
tion."
"How did that happen?"
"Inherited a lot of cold cash."
A FORGOTTEN  BURNS POEM.
In It the Poet Hands His Lordship a
Stinging Rebuke.
Dr. Samuel Johnson's letter to the
Earl of Chesterfield, one of the classics
of English literature, now has a companion piece in a recently discovered
poem by Robert iWns, hitherto unpublished, says tlie New York "World.
The poem was found in the possession
of Mrs. John Moffatt of St. Andrews,
Scotland, and, as told in the preface
by the poet, it was composed and presented to the nobleman addressed
"upon being called up from the servants' hall, where he had been sent to
dine along with them, to add to the
entertainment of his company." The
poet adds, "On presenting which he
put on his hat, turned on his heel and
retired."
There aro thirty-one lines in the
poem, the closing part of which Is as
follows:
I was not fit, It seems, to dine
With those fox hunting heroes One.
But only camo to bandy Jests
Among your lordship's hopeful guestB.
There must be hero some sad mistake���
���I would not play for such a stake,
Be a buffoon for drink and meat,
At a poor carl's tax paid seatl
No, die, my heart, ero such a sham*
��� Descends on Robert Burns' namel
Return Rates from Kootenay
Points to j
WINNIPEG $   60.00   Ws e-*le^e-,^, l*eads.
ST. PAUL  GO. 00
CHICAGO  72.50
TORONTO  92.00
MONTREAL  105.00
HALIFAX :.  ] 29.35
NEW YORK  10S. 50
BOSTON  110.00
Correspondingly low fares to
other Eastern points.
On sale daily May 2S to Sept. 30,
1913. Final return limit Oct. 3],
1913.
Liberal stop-over privileges.
Tickets and all information may
be obtained from any C.P.R. agent
or write
J. V. MURPHY,
District Passenger Agent,
Nelson, B.C.
The self made man Is a contraa** to
the machine made,variety anyhow.
A big reputation la like a motorcar.
It takes a lot of effort to keep it up.
If we had the money that some peo
pie spend foolishly wo could do -some
aviating ourselves.
Wouldn't the people" who fish for
suckers be Just as well pleased with
goldfish?
Hoping for the best may be easier
than hustling for it, but it Isn't half
as likely to land yon on easy street
Never forget those who hare befriended you. You may. havo use for
their kind offices again-
Many a man has severely burned hia
fingers trying to heap coals of fire upon
Tour neighbor may not wear as good
clothes as you do. but perhaps he pays
his grocery bilL
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Great Traveler.   '    i
Ib spite of wind and taxes,
In spite of right or wrong1.   .'
The world upon Its axis
Is turning right along.
In running like a rabbit
i     Or something quite as spry.
For It has got the habit.
And that's tho reason -vhjr.
Preference.
I'd like to write a poem
That ringing was and true.
But I'd rather eat my dinner
If It's all the same to you.
Dr. Kelley,   210 Howard St.,    Spokane, Wash.
Greenwood Cily Waterworks' Company
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PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Many a man would rather give bis
friend a ten spot when he's in trouble
than to keep his lawn trimmed or see
that bis pet bulldog has exercise.
Many a good Judge of human nature
has had his decision reversed.
The man wbo doesn't know what he
wants usually gets what's coming to
bim.
Whether the rain falls alike upon the
Just and the unjust depends upon
whether the unjust reach the umbrellas first , y
Everybody loves a loveri but the car.
toonlst flnds the politician also inter*,
esting these days.
These are tbe days when tbe small
boy wishes he had saved the nickels
be spent at the picture shows so he
could go to the circus.
Somehow homemade Ice cream never
tastes us good to the summer girl ns
the sort they dispense at the Ice cream
parlors.
We always give advice; we don't care
to lend It
A grouch Is Just as contagious as
measles and a lot more disagreeable
to the jielgbbors.
Bossing another man's Job Is easy:
It Is doing tbe work that's hard.
It Isn't a good, abiebodled grouch
that can't drive the rest of the family
to tbe picture show or the saloon.
Liberal Wilh His Money.
The ex-sultan of Morocco, Mulal Ha-
fld, has made himself very popular in
Marseilles by the truly royal fashion in
which he has been flinging his money
ubout. If he does not learn the value
of money in the near future it is cer
tain that the $75,000 which the French
government allowed him as his annual
civil list will not hist very Jong, vnis
flrst visit was to the cathedral, and on
leaving be handed the cure $G0," says
a Paris correspondent of the London
���Express. "A blind beggar he met outside received $20. At the Church of
Notre Dame de la Garde another blind
beggar received $5."
LYNN CREEK DAIRY
It never stops for water;
It never stops for hay.
No sweet and charming daughter
Could turn It from its way.
It keeps on wildly racing
Through mist or sun or halt
Just like a kitten chasing
Its short and stubborn talL
No engine runs the gearing.      -
���   It doesn't stop for coal.
There Is no crank for steering
Attached to either pole.
It does not cease to hurry,_
Though riders on Its back
Might figure cause to worry
Lest It should fly the track.
The newest locomotion
Can't match Its winning gait
It carries plain and ocean
As though they were not freight
The riders, without paying,
Can get their money's worth.
It is, I reel like saying,
A great old. little earth.
>>
DELIVERED
To any part of the city or district
J.McDONELL, Proprietor
Fish In the Sea of Galilee.
Bible students may- be interested to
know that there ki still good fishing in
the sea of Galilee. Dr. Ernest W. Gur-
ney Masterman, who has practiced
medicine In Galilee.; made a special
study of the fishes found there and in
a recent book says that he found forty-
three .varieties, twice as many as con
be found in the'British isles. The fishermen are taxed a fifth of the value of
the fish caught, the revenue going partly to the sultan and partly to n pasha
In Damascus. ���'���"
IN GRAND FORKS
I deal in Second-hand
goods and have the
largest sign in B. C.
I buy or sell anything from a needle
to a carload.
ED, PECKHAM
Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.-,
QOAI, mining rights of lhe Dominion,
**-: in Manitoba, Saskatchewan nnd Alberta, the Yukon Territory, thc Northwest Territories and in a portion of British
Columbia, may be leased for a term of '
twenty-one years at an annual rental of
Jr 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 tlie Agent
or Sub-Agent of the district in which the
rights 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 oul by the applicant himself.
Eacli application must he accompanied  '
by a fee of $5 whieli 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 witli 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 per- -
mitted to purchase whatever available
surface rights may be. considered necessary for the working of .the mine at the
rate of $10.00 an acre.
For full information application should
be made to the Secretary of the Depart
ment of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any
Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lauds.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for.
SALE BY TENDERS
Beyond * "���
Hi�� Power1,
"I hear your
son Is engaged Va
the cook."
"Yes."
"Are you going
to let him marry
her?"
"I might Btop
him. but nelthes
of us can stofl
ber."
K    *
In the matter of the Estate of Julia Kane
Deceased Intestate
Pursuant  to   an   order of his Honor
Judge Brown, dated this 17th day of July
1913. ,  }     J   J
Tenders will be received up to noon
on 22nd day of August 1913 at my office
Copper street, Greenwood, B.C., for the
following property; Lot 1G in Block "L"
plan 46 in the City of Greenwood, British
Columbia, and Lot 4 iu Block 18, West
part of Lots 8, 9 and 10 in Block 23 aud
Lots 10 and 11 in Block i2 Plans 24 in
the town of Anaconda in said Province.
Terms of sale cash.
Dated this 19th day ofjuly 1913.
.    FREDERICK W. McLAINE,
Official Administrator.
J. E. CAMERON,
Loading Tailor of the Koofcenays.
KASLO,    B.   C:
Unavailing.
"I am scared to death."
"Why?"
''I am afraid old Bonis la going to
give me some good adrlce'1*
"Aboud what?"
"How to keep out oi danger.*
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
New 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
What They Do With Wood in Germany
In Germany, says the Scientific American, wood is too expensive to be burned, and it is made', into artificial silk
worth $2 a pound and bristles worth
$4 a pound, into paper, yarn, twine,
carpet, canvas and cloth. From sawdust parquetry flooring Is made. The
materials for this may be bought by
the pound aud then mixed so thnt the
householder can lay his own hardwood
floors according to his individual taste
nnd ingenuity.
STARKEY & CO.
NELSON, B. C.
MINING
BROKERS
PROSPECTS    BOUGHT   AND    SOLD
A Hint
. "I am a self made man, I am."
"Well, it. Is ������ my opinion that yon
ought to warn your family against the
man that drew up your specification as
well as one who executed the Job."
Wrecked by Locusts.
A Spanish aviator nearly lost his llfo
by colliding with a swarm of locusts.
He was flying at a height of sixty f-*et
when he ran into the swarm, which so
blinded him that he lost control of the
machine and fell to the ground. It was
regarded as remarkable that he escaped without Injuries.
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SHOES SHINED
At the Windsor Hotel by
ZACK WATSON
MESSENGER SERVICE
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T.   THOMAS
CLOTHES CLEANED
PRESSED AND REPAIRED
TAILOR - GREENWOQD
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Plumber
and Tinner
ty I am prepared to exf
ecute all orders for
plumbing and tinsmitlv
ing in city or country,
Describing Htm.
"Do you know, you remind me of a
doughnut, Jack?"
"Whyr
"Yon are something sweet and oily
that has been punctured."
Made* It Better,
campaign so unsettles  bual*
"Tho
ness."
"Not for me.M
"What line aro you in?"
"Campaign buttons."
A
%
ft
Noarly.
"He Is a straw boss."
"What kind of a bosar asked tlie
deaf man. <>
"Straw." \  %
"Hay?"    ��� ���*���   If?
Tit For Tat
"Her husband drinks beer!"
"Reallyr
"Yes.  Think of Itl   Bahl"
"���Well, she eats raw onions."
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|"N*elson and a romance
of tho Silver King mine.
In   it are   printed three
' western poems, and dozens of articles too nnmer-
ous 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. 7. Lowery
GREENWOOD, B. C.
SMOKE..
Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.    Made by
J. C. THELIN & Co., NELSON.
V
GEORGE CLERF. I
ii>?5^^^>7^?5^5^^?^?^?i^H^i^
LIQUOR  ACT, 1910
(Section 1.8)
NOTICE IIo hereby jrlvcii that mi llio 4th
d.Tj- of September noxt apiillc.itloii will lie made
to Siiucrlutcmleiit of Provincial Tollce fortius
trimmer of a licence for tlie Rale of liquor liy
wholesale hi anil uiimt tlio premises known an
the Hllvor Spring llrewcry, situated at. Atiacoii-
da, B,0.
Dated thia fourth day of August, 1913.
8om�� Dlfforonc*.
"A* rolling stone gathexs no moss."
"Probably not, bat a rolling mil]
gathers the coin."       c ��� '
Greenwood & Midway
AUTO STAGE
Leaves Greenwood for Spokane
at 8:20 a.m., & for Oroville at 3:10
p. m. Leave orders at Torhuno's
Cigar Store.       Ciiahles Kubskll.
GHAItLEH VTRT AMn *"BMil��mJlyJ'cmBd.5' .for   Coughs' and Coldi
uu.A-.tLtUH YIK^A^D���*���   BhUoh cost3.no little  and does   so much 1'
ASSAYER
E. W. WIDDOWSON, As.sayer an.'
Chemist, 13ox nrio8, Nelson, B. C.
Charges:���Gold, Silver, Lead or Coppei
$1 each. Gold-Silver, or S*' -jr-Lead,
$1.50. Trices for other metals: Coal,
Cement, Fireclay analyses on application. The largest custom assay ofJicc it.
British Columbia.
LOWERY'S CLAIM
During tho87 months that Lowery'"
Claim was on earth it did businosa 11)
oyer the world.    It was   tho lno^
unique, independent and fenrlosfl join
rial ever produced in Canada.  ���Politic*' 1
and theological enemiespnrsuod it win.
the vonom of a' rattlesnake' until tl.-
govornmont shut it out of tho mail*.
and its editor coasad  to  publish  i
paitly on account oi a la'/.y liver ai
partly because it takes a nllo of moncv
to run a paper that Ib outlawed. Ihei ������
arc Bttll 20 different editions of this coi
domnoil journal in print.   Send 10 com
nndp-otoneor $2 and got tho buna..
R.T. LOWERY,
Greenwood, B. 0,
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^^m^^^^w^^f^km^^m^ THE  LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  /  ���������'-y.j;.,--������*'iTA:r.w  zzxEuanwr (Sua  c r>o aooo-o-oooo-oooooooooo ooo-o  S    BOUKDARY MINES    *f  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  It. 10. f'oe. who owns a eon troll -  int; Jutc*ri'.������i5 iu the JH'<**V' 'lii*"l Ante-  le.]*.** mininj*' claims on Fil'tomi Mile  (���������!���������;-('K-, mi the North half, struck r,  line Ihk!)' of on; Just'week. These  '���������_)���������< y>, ii-M which were discovered  "i (XijC. were yati-nti-d 1U yetu's ago,  ,-Miii M'vs r::i Ihoiisuml dollars has  ,:i*cn r-i)i'!i!" (-ii development work  .,].������������������������������������������������������ iha*i. time. A nmiibcr or  ;>..,-;.vs i-.hm been made from time to  :ii.i" which made r-iiowinga rang-  in-j from !?10 to PS7 in gold and  o7'-)f*i*.    Tho recent strike however  i  ���������-< '������������������:!i--v<*.l io In* of Hitch a quality  .iiitl (juniitity that tho property  i i'i In- *\.i rkc-'l on a payiny basis.  --'Jo'ville MxiuiiintT.  ne '  ",���������'���������!*!}   SiiiclMii^  company  .  v.u u'-iiou  on the- Lanu'  )'*..i I ."in-.',',' of miuf*s,   near Curlew  m;*i*, i i ;bt an!' s norlh of Kcjniblio,  !'������:* v l."u.fi'.O,  irom   ''Dutch .lake"  (.'���������-'.���������!/, and Harry B'vor,  proprietors  of tin- (.'oi::*  d'Alem*   hotel at Spo-  !;av,   ::'*il   tin*  dueds to the prop-  t'liV ���������:���������''��������� ii! "Ksr.T'W in  I ho. Trader's  I's.'-iiutn-.i   bank,   awaiting   the  ro-  ,-u!l of diamond  drill exploration.  The   {.'.loup     comprises    of   .15  cl;.!'.!'.;!  ::.ul  rhe  flranby company  ���������������������������kcr.rlv  hap  a    diamond  drill   at  work.     Tlio    contract    stipulates  :hac i.o lohh. than ?2;*5,00&  sli.aH   he  i*.\'-i-ii(l(:(l in oxnloVing the deposits,  ]*.:���������;.icipally  an    iron   lluxing  ore,  v;ir!*in   IS  monUis   from  May   1,  '������������������.'io, nod at lhe expiration  of the  ���������-���������"-; foil tho-  option   will have  to be  (-.���������'sreisod   or will  lapse  automatically.  To givo potatoes a flavor add  half a teaspoonful of sugar, as well  as pi'lt, when' boiling. This does  not make them too sweet, but. gives  them a delicious flavor.  A teakettle can sing when it is  merely full of water. But man,  proud man. is no teakettle.  The .-;ame vexation a man feels  in patting up a stove pipe; a woman hi:-- in putting her hat on  .<:*; might.  The Bridge Tunnel  Greenwood, Aug. 11, 1913  The Editor of The Ledge  Dear Sir:  It is regretablo that Mr.  Kerr, the Engineer for the Railway Commissioners, arrived in  Greenwood to inspect the Tunnel  without advising he was coming,  and as a result no person had been  appointed to meet him, and point  out the danger likely to follow from  a low, unlighted tunnel, built at a  angle to the road loading to it.  The angle of the tunnel, I repeat, is positively dangerous to  travel, and should not have been  permitted aR the Main Automobile  Highway runs through it. ' Our  citizens have not yet realized tho  amount of travel which will pass  over this road when this main  highway is completed through the  province.  I am informed that Provincial  Government Engineer Griffiths  never sanctioned tho building of  the tunnel in its present angle.  After the presentment of the  Grand Jury had not boon heeded  I was asked by citizens of Greenwood and vicinity to take up the  matter, and I did so in the best  interests of Greenwood. ���������  T append a part of a judgement  delivered by Mr. d'Arcy Scott, the  "Deputy Chief Commissioner of the  Board of Railway  Commissioners,  observations of general interest in  his judgement. As regards subways which necessitate diversion  ho says:  "I believe they aro a hit too  dangerous unless tho angle is  sufficiently , obtuse to permit of  view through the subway from a  reasonable distance from each end.  Usually diversions in the highway  is asked by railway companies in  cases of subways at right angles to  'the tracks and thus make construction of as cheap a character  as possible. I do not see why  people traveling on an old established highway should bo called on  to submit to tho inconvenience and  danger of a diversion in the highway to save the railway companies  expense."  Greenwood Fair  Tenders Wanted.  (1) Tenders   are   called   for   by   the  Greenwood Agricultural  Association for  the supply of tlie following lumb'-r;���������-  SOOO feet 8 inch ship-lap; 300 feet 2x<|  l'.O.U. Greenwood. The lowest or any  offer not necessarily accepted. Tenders  will be accepted until the 31st of August,  1913, aud should be addressed lo the  undersigned al Greenwood.  P. II. IMcCURRACII,  .Secy-Treas.  (2) Tenders are called for by the  Greenwood Agricultural Association for  the painting of the roof of lhe Agricultural Building in Greenwood. Tlie Association will supply lhe paint. Thc lowest  or any offer will.not necessarily be accepted. 'Tenders will be accepted until the  31st of August-1913, and should be addressed lo lhe undersigned al Greenwood  B.C.  P. II. McCURRACII,  Secy-Treas.  The   following   amounts     have  been subscribed towards the Greenwood Pair up to date.  B.C.' Government  City of Greenwood  Owen "Boyer  Greig & Morrison  Sater & Johns '  'Windsor Hotel  Greenwood 'Liquor Co.'  P. W. McLaino  P. 0. Riiekless  T. M.'Gulley & Co. '  J. L.. White  C. Kinney  J. L. Coles  A. L. White  Wm. Frawley  W. B. Fleming  W. G. Kennedy  A. n. Marcon  T, H. Hallett  C. R. Winter  L. A. Smith  It. T. Lowery  S500 OO  250 00  100 00  100 00  100 00  100 00  100 00  25 00  50 00  25 00  25 00  25 00  20 00  20 00  10 00  10 00  10 00  5 00  25 00  5 00  25 00  25 00  Bank of Commerce, (medals) 25 00  (3)   Tenders are called   for   by   the  Greenwood Agricultural Association  for  the supply of music during the Pall Fair  in a caseon all fours with the tun-  to be held in Greenwood on 7tli and 8lh  I Oct. next    Music may be either orches-  liel which will be  a   menace to OUr   tral or band and will be asked lo play  in  ., , T ,       , .��������� ! the Agricultural   Building  in   the after-  City, and I trust every person will 1100I1 %tthc 7Ul ailll 8lh ,**,,��������� 3 l0 s* and  road such judgement carefully.  Yours truly,  P. W. McLAINE.  Ottawa, July 2S. ���������'-I am  opposed to the building of subways  which necessitate diversion from  the straight line of the highways."  The above interesting sentence  appears in a judgement handed  down hy assistant chief commissioner, d'Arcy Scott, of the  railway commission as regards the  crossing of the Kingston road by  tho Campbelli'ord, Lake Ontario  & Western railway and the Grand  Trunk.    Mr. Scott  makes several  in the evenings from S to 12.  The lowest or any offer will not necessarily be accepted. Tenders will be received up lo the 31st of August, 1913 and  should be addressed to lite undersigned.  V. II. McCURRACII,. *  Secy-Treas.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK  Yc.-ir and Inlcrn.-iLioiial Mineral Cliiiins situ--  atu in llie Greenwood Aliniiii? Dlviniim of "S :ile  District, iiuiir to Myiicastor.  TAKE NOTICE that I. J. S. Harrison, a-fenl  forJas. !\ lilaiiii!, Free Miners'Curtilicate  No. 617i:.'"Il intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply tn the Mining Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for llie purpose of ol>l.iiii*uiir a Crown Grant of tlie above  claims.  And further take notice thai action, under  Section 85, must be commenced before the issue  of such Certilicale ol Improvements. .  Dated at Midway this 6tli day of August, A.  D. 1-J13.  J. S, HARRISON.  ia # ���������##���������##���������#���������#���������<������<  (^wm  v'w*.N  ~*B  ->*a  We desire to announce that we have taken over the @+  business, stock, fixtures and building, formerly, conducted  and owned by the Russell/LawCaulfeld Co,  It is our intention to conduct this business in a strict^  'y0 iy modern, manner and give our customers the   ad van.-  tages of a city store,  We appreciate the business we have been favored  with in the past and shall strive to merit a continuance  of our customer s trade and our share of new businees^  The new store will be open from now on but it will  take several weeks to straighten out the stock and add to  it, and we will appreciate our friends patience while this  is being done,  A. S. Black  A. D. MacDonald.  R. \V. TTalorow  W. T. Miller  Jerome McDonel  S S to re i-  W. Bison  G. W. Clerf  O. King  A. Logan  G. A. Rendell  City."Waterworks Co  P. H. MeCurrah  F. R. "Newman  All Foo  C. J. Leggatt  K. C. B. Frith  S. M. Johnson  G. B. Taylor  \V. R. Dowdno}'  A. .Roberts  J. Simpson  T. Thomas  hi. McCutcheon  W. S. Pond  "W. C. Arthurs  C. G. Russell  P. Burns & Co.  W. Connell  P. W. George  E. Hicks (barber)  W. O. "Wilson (special)  W, E. McArthur & Co.  J. D. MacLean  D. Biner  L. D. Brunoll  R. Wilson  C. A. Banks  J. C. Dale (Carmi)  H. 'JST. Parker  H. Bunting  A. F. H. Meyer  R. G. Hargreaves  A. Dumas  O. Lachmund  J. A. Manson  T. Largue  213 00  10 00  10 00  2 50  10 00  r> 00  ���������fi 00  10 00  fi 00  20 00  25 00  25 00  10 00  5 00  10 00  5 00  5 00  'fi 00  7y 00  10 00  10 00  r^ oo  fi 00  10 00  n oo  Ifi oo  10 00  2fi 00  10 00  10 00  fi 00  10 00  20 00  25 00  25 00  .5 00  5 00  fi 00  2 00  2 00  5 00  5 00  10 00  2 00  25 00  5.00  5 00  A. H. Hook  R. Keffer  F. Keffer  W. H. Docksteader  J Busb  J. G. McMynn  R. Kerr  J. Zurilnh  R. A. Brown   '  S. A. Crowell,  L. E. Saltor  S. T. Larsen  W. Q'Donoll    ,  D. R. Tait  A. Cameron  H. Nicholson  W. F. Eddy  E. L. Steves  H. Whiting  A. Mills  T. R. Hanson  H. C. Williams  F. F. Ketchum  E. Pope  J. B. Desrosiers  Adams & Brown  E.'Potto  W. Jenks  E. R. Redpath  5 00  5 00  15 00  10 00  10 00  15 00  2 50  10 00  10 00  25 00  15 00  15 00  5 00  5 00  1 00  1 00  5 00  10 00  .  3 00  10 00  10 00  5 00  5 00  5 00  fi 00  10 00  5 00  25 00  5 00  Every year our mail service grows in effi^   .    ,  ciency as the servant of the out/of/town buyer.   ,  , Every year our illustrated catalogue increases  in circulation, and that is not because, of the,  extensive increase in the population of the pro^  vince, but because the honest methods we env  ploy in merchandising, and the solid values we  give, have won the entire confidence of every  buyer, who sought our service,  i REGARDING JEWELLERY  In every line of Jewellery we have paid  strict attention to fashion, and everything from .  the least to the greatest in the matter of price .  is made after select styles, Our catalogue gives  a faithful representation of all lines carried by  us in this department, the prices are fair and  moderate,   Write for our catalogue today,  HENRY BERKS & SONS, LIMITED  JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS  Geo, E, Trorey,.Man, Dir, VANCOUVER,"R G  Football Notes  By defeating Rawhide 2 goals  to none on Monday the Greenwood  eleven qualified for the running in  tho Jackson cup coutest. The result of the match was in doubt all  tho time.for, although Greenwood  kopt leading, 'still Rawhide was  pressing hard, it being noticed that  Greenwood slackened their g������ait  after the first' goal. Rawhide's  plucky light was worthy of bettor  results.  Greenwood must practice more.  Don't let up boys whon a goal is  scored, make it another.  Phoenix defeated Mother Lodo  at Phoenix Wednesday last hy a  csore of 2 to 1.  LEAGUE  STANDING  Played Won' Lost Draw Pts  Phoenix 32015  Mother Lode   3 1 1,1        3  Greenwood       21 102  Rawhide 2 o        200  Games to be played: ���������  Greenwood at Mother Lode Aug 13  Rawhide at Phoenix Aug. 13  Mother Lodo at Rawhide Aiig 20  Phoenix at Greenwood Aug 20  Greenwood at Rawhide Aug 27  Phoenix at Rawhide Aug 30  Mother Lode at Greenwood Aug 30  00000000000000000000000000  ANALYSIS OF WATER.  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LATEST DESIGNS IN MOUNTS  All kinds of amateur work  done at reasonable prices  **>  #-*"\  A*  *'**-*-*  -43s**  -#  -i "JN  *'S-v  ->������������������#  e are here to help make a bigger���������better and  busier Greenwood.  %  ���������  ���������*!      [i  '���������'.1  (; *'*:*-��������� a-  4$$  'CI  o  ^EENWOOD,   ANACONDA.  S'fD"f)"#)  A ^-^      'l~ -T "$  m������m>i(tg  tipqfflrqtip^^  J������JtjXjtjXjtjXjtJtJtJtjtjXj*J*JitJ*  OPERA   HOB5E       I  <*&  rA  V;  'a  I AND STEREOPTICAN VIEWS -J  fc All the latest   films in   Music,   Comedy   and  Drama   *������  5 TUESDAYS, FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS \  "ft   Change of programme each night.   Our pictures are an education  for the     fc  fc ' children.   Doors open at 7'3o; permormance at 8.30. -ft  t ADMISSION 25c and 10c. %  jtjtjtjtjtjtjtjtjtjtjtjtjtjxjtjtjt  -r?^jf?^jf?������i*^!fi*������,jfrjs,'j?>K'j������'K,^,fr?'  G.A.REN DELL  DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES.  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