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Array s*    ���������/.' ..     j-s ������,s;  r * ** ���������   ������������������*  ,  IN CHRISTMAS GJOODS/,  '! FOR/TWO * WEEKS "/.."' y'"  CALL , AND   SEE .THEM  WHITE  BROS.  <' ' i -..;x  .^   -1 -  DRUGGISTS.  OPTICIANS.  ,'j /v  ��������� I'.  '* "Vl  \J<-' 1  'I',  V-i'/l    -t   J,  "No. 221  Hardwaic, Groceries, Clothing and Gents'Furnishings'.  h.  tT*in, have made auarigemenis to  work,' their 'claims'   early  in  the  Spring.    The, claims,1 are   distant  fjoyi Winnipeg'vabout thins  bund-'  ted miles, and the supplies* wilMie  Dr. uMathison," Dentist, opposite ���������*!������������ "''by dog train* over the'ice  the postoflice, will'be Absent from I m Ma,ch from thfl1, (*lfc.V-  Greenwood for  some  months aftei-l    Th'is wVek a 'man  Was. arrested  the end of December. \[0\ having bis hors> tied all day to  ������ ���������- '  + ���������*--  Phoenix-Green wood  j  /   &tage -'-  - I   ��������� *  Leaves Fhocinji-al 930 a in 'mil Gtccu-  al 3 jj ru 1'iisseugei, expicss -md hui'hl'  trafTic between the two cities handled  with cme,'attention aiiil tapidiLv  L .TUcI'LUOY,  mn <w������'tmnn ���������'*"*������/ wmcti x t*utM*r������������wssEnai vj  Paid-up Capital,$10,000,000. Reserve Fnhd,$5,000,000  ". '.        "     " HEAD OFFICE, TOltOXTO.   ��������� > ���������     '  B. E. WALKER, iVisideiit. '     ALEX. LAIRD, General Managei.  Branches Throughout Canada, and m the United States  and England.'       - "  SiWTtNGSlu^IC DKPARTAClflN'r.     '      ' *-  .     ' *    BANKir^T~BY~MAIL ' ,  Business may be transacted by mail with  any  branch'of the Bank.  Accounts  may be  openul, and depouts. made  or w-ithduiwn by  mail.    Every attention is paid to out-of-town accounts.    *     ���������  "J. T. BSATTIE, Maraser GroeRyrooti Branch.' ���������  Thomas, Thomas  h* *  Merchant Tailor    ,  /������       1      .  Agent Bex Tailoring -Oo.    Clean-  , ing and Repairing a speciall*,.  Copper Street -  -   -  Greenwood  were  li. G. Sidley  and  the city Monday."   ���������,'  '   Mrs.  Smith  of  Beavetdel!  visitor in the cit'v. '  1.1 post on  ' sheet     lie should  have bpen  puuiteed. by being tied  iall .night to, a,post.    The  fellow  is a[ft*pV*uently      leaves-   'his      hqrse  tiPd on tho  -street ' from   12   to  TheC  V. li. ban a  paydav for! |*o������rb without food or water, while  ties, abotiL the 15th of January. '"    he ^'/zl("i  in 'Mm(i l,''0/" ^"'tdiy.  V  One of Canada's Strongest Financial Institutions. ;.  *       1 ���������   f  TOTAL   ASSETS   OVER ,$50,000,000.     ,  A   General  Banking .Business   Transacted.    .  Savings Accounts given' special attention.    A deposit of SI  or  up-  wnid starts a Savings Account, on which tho highest current rate  '    of Interest ib paid 01 added to the Piineipal eveiy (! month5;.    Deposits may be withdiawn at any time without notice.  pro  us. _ oj'HUCd  Arriving in and leaving"*  0 reenwood . have headquarters at  ier's  Cigar 'Store  Pipes. Cigars, Cigarettes and  Tobaccos  to   suit your  tastes, your fancy o>  your  pocket"  I A. CHENIER : - PROPRIETOR,  ,      Next door north 01 1 acific tfHel,  , Copper street. Gi eeim ood. >  ������������ivrmi as.fL jtwuttfTt i *ratTt)M  * -   Means 'Good Health.  Healthful plumbing an reason-,  able ptieen isom business, "'������������������J-jtaaid-  iiid Fixtures" makeyoui bathroom  healthv, sanitary and modern. A  full Hue of heating stoves at  cost.  ���������4 ������-������������������*���������  W .  ,  II      In    *NJ    *<,*,     J*\  "*~+  ���������OlbliOp  Banking by A1ail.���������People living, at a distance may Fend in'deposits  or withdraw cash by mail.    Write for particulars.  K. F. STOW, MANAGER   GREENWOOD1 BRANCH.:  ^sEa-"^'-----^^^  m  m  m  o  m  i  BANK   OFEMONTREAL  F:  'AID  ff'H  ESTAQLISHtD   I81Y.  UP   CAPITAL, $14,000,000. REST,, $ 1 1,000,000 O  UNDIVIDED PHOFITS, $422,689*98 ' [{^  Gcnur.il Biinkinir Bn!,iiio-.-.lTraiis������clo-l.    Pc:iftb is.m-il on nil  points, and UoP.ee jR]  ��������� "llirn.. niiulout louc-t nit"-, - * |���������*  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT   *|    W. F. PROCTOR,    " . 0  INTEREf-iTflLLOWEDflTCORRENTRATeS    /FflANAGER GREENWOOD  BRANCH SjTjj  B'KFJ=*-*F-!'ft*^*FH'*f������F-f*f:T^^  3ESS33E22SS  ESSSS2S3SSI2K1  3&33ZmS%S3SIlJ^am&33l^'^,  OMETHING FOR EVERYBODY  Seasonable Ideas for Christmas Gifts  riiiine ASH.        Oiipomtc jNokUii IJhlol,  Uancotuw, B. 0.  S1.2J  Kates���������American plan,  and 81.oO a day ; Europpiin plan,  50 and 75 cents a day. Free omnibus meets all trains and bouts.  Baths free : telephona'in each corridor, ; 100 rooms : hoi el is centrally located ; baggage stored jrec;  special rates* for nunilies and large  parties.     ,       \  T. J. ROBERTS, Proprietor.  Furs,  Blouses,  Umbicllas,  Slippers,  Chatelaines,  Gloves,  Xeckwear, (e  Handkerchiefs  Select Your Presents Early.    ' 'n'      ���������'       -  Dry Goods..   RENDELL, &   CO.    MHlinoiy.'  THE HECO HOTEIi  SANUOS, I*. <*.    .  Will be a]>preciale<l by the Tourists,  Travelers and Mining Men visiting the  Slocjin.   ICvcrytliing up-to-date.  CO', -m. BEfllSlETT  PROPRIETOR  M. IL Kane ,ielurned lo (Ireen-  .wood btst^week from 'J ly, N. Y.  S IT. Wench, an liter of the 15.  0. Copper company, is  in the city.  This veek in ({ieenv,ood tho  thermometer kissed /ero late in the  night. |  Phil ireDoiiald lia1* gone, to Victoria, where he will spend the  wintet. .   ,       ..I,  '     > I      '  .M       t     ���������  Walter "M*. Frith will have charge  of tbe"ensfioms  offit'e" to be opened  at Kei enteob.  i'i '  On the. V., Y. & 10. met of the  grading wiil bevflni<>hed to Hedley  by next, "Maic'i.   '   i -  C.Ia Scofcfc Q.illosvay of Grand  Folks* spent a few days in the city  the past week.  ,*���������,..  ->* "~ i  Frank    Dalton " had    his   pose  broken and received  olher injuries  in a runaway Satuida-, ^la-^t.  Mrs. William Davidson and her  mother have reopened the dining  loom of the Wilson liou-*ein Slocan  i h  During the yeai :n mines iu the  blocan shipped oie A't pie*-entin  that* dis-frict UO mines are shipping  ore/  There will be special*Christmas  tei viep& in the Piesbvterian chiiieh  next Synd.^-, moiniug and evening. ���������-'  Thos. I'Aikoi. nf NoKon. inspi.-c-  toi of weights ,ind inea'-UK-u. p,ud  an oliiuiai \iub to 'l-he city this  week. l  The  ti/o   of   The   Lodge i plum  pudding will be gung-'d by the num-  l-or  of Htibviiiptiiii'-'-^aW���������us- frht-r  month.        " ���������  Va-1 llanies, iiuge foreman for  V. Burns & Co., came In this week'  fiom the Okiinagau with a baud of  beef cattle.  Alay Maude Willie, Hightown,  better known and deiciibed as Wee  WillJe of Phoeun, was registered  .it the Imperial this- week.  When in opciation the B. C.  ���������smelter pays the 0 P. R about  510.000 weekly for height. It is  unfortunate that the smeHerdoe-  not own the railway.. -   ,  The city police department held  the regular monthly reception and  "���������jcaflel-'* tea. Monday afternoon.  The usual hush money was transferred to thecity treasury.     '  A.. G,' Davis cenie over from  Weni'ley Tuesday. He will spend  a few weeks in the district having  ���������a' survey made of the Rambler  group of claims near Eholt.  x-Tot Darling, one of the sunniest travelers on the road, was here  this - week. Nat has sold over  000,000 cigars this year and his  friends wish it was six millions.  Mr. MeDougall, of the Snowshoe  mine stall", will shwrtly leave fur  Sandon lo take *��������� po-ition at the  Eureka- mine, and Mr. Saunders  will return to bis home in Jamaica.  oik on the  arid bis wile does the  farm.  '"A, M. Wilson, whose death \vjis  Reported last week, had been'nvor  iorty veai'.s in the west, having lir-  rived in Nevada about IWo. llo  "-pent several ye^rs in the Slocan,  having owned the townsile ol  Roseberv. He ������,mis <ailed Judge  AViNou in that, disfnet, and Wjl-  son ei������4: is call^'d i.frer htii;: He  lias a man of fine phyMq.te and  rjhould Imve hvfd twenty veats  longpr, but his devotion to Chiis-  lian Science' wai so strong that he  would not allow* a doetoi to examine him until it was too lare  lie 'died -'torn a tumor on his lungn.  ' Dt. Simmons returned Tuesday  after a mouth spent ,in New* Denver among the hesft solo pla)ers in  B.C. The doctor had a .profitable  trip professionally and a very  ple-cant time othei'wha. Henry  Stege has remodeled 'the Newtnnr-  kpt and it is'now one of the be^t  appointed hotel-* iu J3 C. Ed.  .Ann-iignon i������ conteniplciting ��������� the  liuildipg of a motor boat good for  ."2 iull.es an hour, and " Angus Mc-  Innes will build one not quite so  fast. Hermann Clever and'Tom  Tlobin will not <*o into the boat  buildbig, but will continue in the  business building. Wee' Alex and  Laddie are bale and hearty, and the  town is going a he-id and its people  pio->peious, \\ith -sound teeth as"a  rule. It, fs'ifot tine that Ga"lic i-  ueing tfiu^ht in the school-) This  is all th(Mii"orpiation that could be.  obtained fiom (he doctor in a shoit  iuterview���������and po-sibly moie   h  _j!ixe,]ast pi the, Stewart Lake  con'tinsjant 'return'^I to Gi<*enuood  Friday. , They wore Thos. II������m-  rnerl", Frank Mo-hei*. II. MqKay  and Ben Peterioiu* They had a  rather exciting time coming down  the Skeentt, partly' through the  swiftness of the curieut, aud  partly tin ough McKay's fondness  for pork. Tliey came down the  Skeena in canoes and" averaged  about ten miles an hour.' On ihe  top of one of the totem poles at a  camping place was carved a pig.  Mack wanted the pig and went  after it. The siwash wlio'e genei-  ology' commenced with a porker  naturally ohjpeted to losing so important a*psa t of his family history  at one fell swoop, The result was  a mrx up. in which several siwasln-s  presumably d>>ceiid:ints of the p.ig.  took an active part. It required  the united efforts of the rest,of tin*  party tn separate Alaek from tin-  pig and its relatives, more especi  ttllv the latter.  The, saw mill.at Proetoi   resumes  operations nesWnonth.1   '  \ Minors aro 'not .allowed   to tend  bar- in Vancouver.     ^  Pi ice   Ellison    is   building  opera house in Veinon.,  . Dining November .101  tons   ot  ore were slipped'thiotigh fta'slo.  '  Jack Clf-m has.  another deal pn  foi\his gtild properties neai Poplar.  Six eai'oads of lead were shipped  1    'Vail to San Fran-  last, week i i oui  cisco.  "-S  Jen Lonj- of Grand Forks .has  recovered from a ������eveie attack'ot  lyphoid fcv.'t-.  Al Palmer, ol Kiislo, having  made a* foi'm-ie this' Puininer, is on  a visit to K nisas.  In the Siuiilkameen a rich stlike  has been made on the 500-foot level  of the Stern winder.'  The Dufly company of Australia  has (mWed .'52,000 box>s of applet,  from British Columbia,  The latgesft flouring lmll in the  woi Id 'was opened at Kenora. near  Winuipeg, ��������� ist week'.  The   NeKon   Board    of    Trade  wants an extension of the botintj  on lead'for five years  Eugene Coste of Toronto is looking for ga������ in   B  C.    He has  not  !yet visited Grand Forks.  The White Vc\b* railway is being  extended to the copper rames tributary to White Hoi seen the Yukon.  Jack McDonald, -a well-known  pio������pef,toi', (lied last week while  being- t iken to the hospital - at  Cranbrook.   ' ' '  About one Juiih1i;p(1- and fifty  people are wintering nn the Bulk-  ley valley," and the\7 have plenty  of piovisions ^  lb. Henry and,Chai]es Olson  aie the oldest timer.-, living ui Aiu'-  woith. 'Roth-are entitled to a  Men3- Xmas        "��������� ���������     - .-    -��������� I  , A movement is on'foot 111 Kaslo  to ra/e all the old buildings, tbeie-  by increasing the beatify" of that  handsome oity.' ,  Bill Miuer gracluated as a stagei|  iobbor,in California  in   1S09.    At  piesentit is not known   where be  gets his b-tteis.    .  A! 75-barrel llouring mill is to be / ,  builfat Okoroks, in Alberta.    Lit-/ ir  tie Mac of Calgary is "at" 'the* head  of the company.   Ivlac has been instrumental in  creafcing-'inan'y  en-, k  tprptise"! and' ranch  industrial, activity/in j Alberta'r -and 'it^'is to be  hoped that he vwill some day-come  into   the   Boundary 'and  build "a  smeltei-'tbafwill never-ran 'onb of"  smo^e.       '','''      '  ,-'' \'".' ' ',* '  1 t   ">,    1    w 1  j    /11 . ,;  Captain ,Hamar fof   the Iudian  army went through, ,Vancbnvrer ih .  charge of a dog"sen't as a. gift^by,'  the Dowager .Empress of Chinaito  Her   Majesty   Queen , Alexandra.'  The dog's  name is  Chow'* Oho\v.(  His pedigree can  bo traced back'  1,000 years,   and he has straight,  legs and a black tongu'e/   He w"a&.  a guest at the hotel Vancouver nnd,  (*;o(. his mutton chops without having ro ru������j/le them'ai'ound'fche backyards of the rain city.    Blue blood  counts even with a clog.  Ib" io(al value of  the p'Oductf*  of   C'lp   Tiiiil   smelter   this ; y������ar  amdunt-to ?;���������{,7S0,11 (i.   The 'Ceutor *  Star and   War Eagle  mines   produced ������S01,2t9 worth of, gold copper   and   silver,   the   St.  Euge/10  SI,713.033;    and   the    Snowsboo  SaOT/HL   ,.Since   lb$l  tha.TrJ.il,.  smelter has turned  out nearly^"''  millions pi dollars worth o^itSvp'ro-  din/tb,    while    during   the   Sa.ni"  period  the Center Star and Wa-,  Eagle mines  at  llo&sland  shipped  nearly  fourteen millions 6f dollar;  worth of ore. 1        ,  '-A-J  > "  J. L. Coles has received a fresh  supply- ,of ; Lowney's " chocolate-,  suitable for Xmas trade.  When 3-ou want a monument' or  headstone, ,wlite to the Kootenay  Maible Works. Nelson, B. C.       ~������  CURLING SKIPS CHOSEN,.-^  Monday evening there was, a  meeting of the curling club in the.  eonrt. liouf>e foi f'ie purpose' of  choo-ing skips and rinks. Tt was  decided to elec6 six. skips in addi-  to the president and vice-president.  The following are the rinks, aud  skip- : ,        -i v'  Ale\- Greig, J.  L   Coles, C. EL*  Fnif, K. C  B. Frith���������-kip.  ' Jas.  MeCreath, ~G. ' B. "Taylor, '  R. C. G. White, E.   W.   Bibhe'p^  skip  John Goi'ijgm, a pioneer ol tlie  Cceurd' Vlen.\s,.(lii������fl, 1 short time  ago. Jim Waidutn* ami he were  par tiie*,- in  VI isk'i.  ICi. M.nii, former 1\ of Kaslo, is  wintering hi Texas, while Maic  Gilliii'ii is uutiii.g in tbd frosty  montbii in Suokane.  '   The- llud-'on's  bitibiiiig   two  sti  lo ply on   Hit  Fssington to llaz^lton  I������-iy  enmpany is  tui'-i*- ;u' Victoria  A. M. Davidson. Austin Logan,  1*3. R. Redpatb, 'Jas.-'S1. JBifnieA-  skip.  Norman McLeod, T. M. Gullev,  Bert Logan, E. B. Dill���������skip..,  .'   .  Grier,   Hemmerle,   Bunting, W.  G- TMcMynn���������skip.    *���������        ���������"*���������'���������*  '.Palmer,  "Tiynau,   Crawford.  S.  M.. Johnson���������skip.  J. D. Sper.ee, D. C. McRae, C.  J. Wilson, E. G. Waireu���������skip.  J. R. Brown, Edwin Hallett. A. '  D. Hallett, J. D.' MeCreath���������skip.  ,  The first eoaipetitiou of the sea-  sou   is the  president   against  the  ahctfiia  river  from j vice-president,    which    will . take  The annual Christmas Tree entertainment of the Pf.'.-byterian  Sunday school will be held tomorrow evening.    Special feature-* will  If you stand on Copper street  and watch the crowd, it will not  reqnire'a vast ainouut of acumen  to di.-coverthit most of,' rhemaiv,  inn king for, McRae Bros' store f>  in������pert and invest in,the goods,thai  are suitable forth** days of Cbri-l-  uias. - .  '  COUNTY COURT.  place   Christmas   -Day. , The ��������� fol-  ' . Peter MciMu-e,' formerly of Rash*, j 'owing is the line upf -���������     := '������������������  is about to .-ell'a   riiitu'  in ''Oregon j "rt-i-Meiit. "���������     Vice-President.% 1  callc'd'the. ('re'ei'iliorii."    For  spirit'i "���������Ie%*Jyiiii. I'n-riie.  time past   I'.-ie ,'.ias .been   ruu.'.iugi ^I**Cr������*sith Dill. (. >  tilt- po-toll'ice at Au.-Mn, Ore.    '.      I   l'''.,''ro"'" .luhn-irtn,*' ���������    >'  . ...     Top lirst foiii'*rinks  pl-iv l-t.'tO  Jhp/i-iimor i������ eiin-.'iib th-ir oih- U -ni.'and the last four at 2 p. m. '  of the hot-Is   iu   Kerenieos s,.li! a| ���������   ���������" '���������_:__ -  drink on a rvct-nt, Sunday.    So, far j    Notwithstanding   the* reported  detectives bav.-.not fuuiui a ci^'c u> I dollness of the times. McR-fj l-*ros:  t tin- man who bought the drnik.        'a'v doing a' large bu^iiies*! this I) j"  1,       . -   , ������ ermb'T  in   g'.ods "characteristic of  I,    In   ire.iting    (.Jauiidiau   ' copper' the -.eas.011..   Tbev  under-taud tii"  (matte.-.. ;iii appivcuble qumti.y or; i(le,lH ���������f t|���������. public ���������p,*,n Ohristni'i-  j platinum aud palladium' comi'iiie,'*; pi-ofceilts and have the rfrhfc  go.������d-  | aro. obtained -   No  n-piiranon .cw.  H^htlv displayed and at" the' rigtit  Con lity con rt wa-* held in Green- !*ho effected  Oetwecn   the.se   *iici-i,\-\'| |��������� iCl.  it  wood on tho 17th inst.  His  Judge Brown presiding.  Argeneinger   vs.   Sidley���������,lud  be Ihe drill by the boys ami  girls, j J"''"1 ff->!" Vhff^ i!1 Si 30 and cost.-.  J J b        ! rheco-l-* of  lasr  ������''-"'j    The Monarch mine near Field i>:   ��������� The Colurubia cigar is inrid-'.'Fr  I .-ivpimig 1..000 tons of ore a moiita. , choice .tobacco, atid smokers' *,lu.  part of which ,>oi>s to  'ol������l  in!  court   to  be sei j ������������������,  tfl  'fi.  ������������OQ(*Kje������'M'S������S������'^0'3'**,*3^'33***������3  Headquarters for |  Funiiture,, Upholstery,    ^ g  Carpets,  Linoleums,  T.M.^elley-<SG0,,  G-reenwood'sJ-ilii Furniture Store  ISJI SJII ���������*!������   Ot*������l������JV*������*l  ��������� ������������������  At  the  meeting of  the  licem-.j-j ,,'T.    ,|. |). Spenc- f.-r  plaintiff..!  'commissioners for  (ireenwood dis-1 jj, Hallett f*a* defendant.  : diet, held in Midway Monday la-t, j     Petcr.-on v-=. Lof.-tad���������an   action  .������I all the old licen.-'es  were renewed.  j The application   of  the   Anaconda  jbiewery  for   a   wholet-ale   liceiihe  claim  \ was laid over to allow applicant to  ftilliil m'uiroinents of the act.  ���������ui'tot wiiicli ,>ous to a coiicentrat,-, look for it when in search of somtV  ng planb in 'iorouto.    The freight.! ti,,*,^, tiltt6 w*u' delight  the sen"st;s.  rom Field to rorontjo is $12 a ton. ', ;. 1_  i*-    1 . ,-       ,       .       . ." ."* .:*  JJedding,  Window Glass  Piulurc Framing.  ���������^caot*^aOOBttSX*>C������'9CC'3'SOCVri^a������0������*3i^^  S3  1  i  .  r.  I  A liouse fui'iiished  with  the bestj^'most urti.-tie,'  useful and in all (.hat goes to make a "home comfortable and pleasing to the ey eat reasonable prices,  drop'a line to D. -J' Robertson it Co, at Nelson. H.  C.    (lo'ods guaranteed tho Ilest for the price.    ���������  T8 FOR THE BELL  .r       ,   . ,  ,, '        \    l'- Bruce Ilodgp, * local  manager  Mountaineer and Koote-|0f tho B C. Telephone Co., has  Standard     Cigars, just finished a map  of  Greenwood  and Anaconda, ll is the lirst complete map, not only of the two  places, but of Greenwood. The  map is about fifteen feet in length  ami  is,an  excellent sample of the  nay  Made by  3. #. Cbciiit ������ ���������&>.,, nelson  I     The N"orth Coast aa.\s  tbat.Por.t,  j Siiii['.-.ou i.s no   longi-r  a  otie-lior.se-  for wagi'rt.    Seltl'-d   out.  of  court. !tow"* !l!t t,vo l,Mn" "ur.-es ttom the  the defeiularit aceepti.ijr phtinlift".-i"M(*l,!e lii? -���������������������������������������������l'  U''IV,J J,li"-*'1  ,*a*  ���������ach to niy their own co-it.s  I ll--t t"  kl'l'P  t,,e,u   l!'olu "'"������������������'vnig.  Just five davH iu which to trade  he 1 >m Christmas, s.)-cometarly to  the .-tore of J. L..Coles.  New Bri-ige at Rock-Creek.-'  elai.11, eacl'i to niy their own cost*  1,1--������' tn  k'*lT  t,,e,u   l!'om *"-viMp. j ,       ,      ,  J   I)    Spence "for  pi liutill'    A   ^ ! Hoises iip'oorlb an-Mtid to be able   ���������  Ihe plans foi-the proposed brirl^t-  J'lack for il������.fomlaiit. " '      " '!t(J e'u l'Ll,n't- ' ' T������T ���������t'h(>, Kct.6lo.���������river -���������������������������������������������������  Rw*  Ludlow  vs.   Dalion-Judgmcnt;     Ir.   Nelson,   on    Dccunber   2t.   I0ri'tk.m the *miilkauKo.. district*  reserved    until    Mon.lay.     A.   S    /,',:- will entcitain his   I', iends'o a  h;I'^ been sent, up  to  the K..verri-  a              l'..,rn|.,r inniitliK-   m....lin..-o ���������f I   i             i   '           ������.".wnnv  .uiu^.i,!,!   mi, "I iilSSV'           1 IIOIllpsV)ll.      fOrmef  ci        lugularrnontl.u  im-.-fin;>t>   f ,|rtU1 ghtaman's art.    The plan was before the court.    Both for assault . ^....a.'    ..���������. ���������,imi,l,.l.r���������(! ������������������,  \,.,  ������w-\i7'{  i't'i.iiv\'iif]i      nil{������e  \i.    --S   A    P   i   ,                 ���������������         .                              ' 1      I**       ���������    ���������                    . 01 C'ailtlull.  OILS  IJIO.soct'ieu   i;i ^\ la  ^ J-   >   .   I,              ,,        .    V.     'drawn   ,for  the   comnanv's   head causing bodily  injury, and  occur ,    ���������      ,             t   .���������,'.. ���������  /V/' A A. M., lire heU on  the   u-st.   ,,.          .    ,T          *-'"iip'*-n> n    niau ,      ,*.,.���������*     ,',   - ' ...     .     ,   . ka, and iiinoiig'oilier   tilings o.'i;  / J    ThurMln ��������� in earn month in l-V������-1 0������":������   " ��������� Vancouver   and   a, few ������*>"S at Sidley.    Chas   ^mchar    is -, ,        . j.-^     ,_ -. y ^^  tei-nit.v hull, Wood Mo,*, (h-vei'uu.e.'nt I ">l��������������� will be blue-printed. -'harged   w th  assatil tug one   Uu-I       ^ n()W   .(1   ��������� (, [u   VMta, ������  Black' for plaintiff, J. D. Spence  for defendant.  .Several cases' were adjourned  until tho next sitting of the court,  FebriHry 18th.  There were   two  criminal  ca.ses  po-Miui slipper,  lliks   an   annual  Zeig  now iikiUcs  event,   ami   his  merrt-agent   and - work    will #-ho  rushed  upon   th*1 "-tnieture.-   The  ,.       ,     ,      , .      iron   work   for the bridge  will'be  numerous friends are always caiier     .  ,.  ,.,., ,     .   .,      ~ ,*���������   .    ������������������*.,���������*���������  ,...;,; ;,,,  i,,- '..'u ........i. i.... I cotistriiineil   at  tlm   Schimko Mi-  chine', works,   N"ew   W'estiuHK-u-i'..  The bridge will prove of great sex  to .sit iu with him and /watch him  earvu.a 'possum.. .  Classy'''  Thonip  Thero Was a *iu}<;Lhig of the Lib-  sheet. (!i'('un\v(i(nl.   \'itlliu^' hretliren  are cordially it,y>tcd to attend. , (<nil   a^ociatioii   .Monday evening,  I'i. <!.   WAItKf^,  IV.  iW, 'rill ��������� i i     ,       -* "  '    ,   *   .������.\.i. i. iuknii:. s'.oh-i.,.-.,.,      'he   premdent  and-two  renorrei-.s  ........���������������in.CT������..,,ll,*,..^���������iTOCTn.������J^^,^���������.t.. I-Were th*-re at call of time.    The re-  \JlT    "C     1^/T   f;,'i'eiiwnf)il Miiifi-h'j reporters were from the  Boundary  W o f,   i'/L, J.. "J,"1' ^'/���������\.";.' ('IT(,lc T"������w-    At M10 one of the  S'ntii.-.l;iv"evemi..r in  u\.i.>.!'1ri,������lb,n,iM?t(!wa,I't   l!lko  **"������������>**K''Ut  di'oplied  per Htreet, (ir.-eiiHuod, iu 7;:io, '   i'11 and iinnoiinccd .his , unswerving  i      ,         ii        \r   ii     i    ..i          per i*> now   in   in  cbeHile, and Lars \ estland with as-,'      ..        , .     , J         ,     .       ,, ;  ,,.     .,. ���������    u.    .       i> ,i    .    ,   ,  su-ii ini* ins uiamonil when liai.sy  siHiltuig Inja Singh.     Both elected    .1.... ,i...,....,  J \  for a speedy,'trial'which   will  given them Monthly.  foniii'fly viei: to the district and meet-'tlui  wi.shcs of the residents who l.a-c  ititorvfe(wed the-government in ihi.-  connection .M-vorjil tubes rc'.'eij'.l.s v���������  Victoria Colonist.  i'HS  l������-  ior  ("oles   has  decorated   hb  J.   h,  store for the   holiday  tai-ly. iirtihtic  ner.  lie bits th  season  in a ihiiprem*  ���������was not on the lookout.  The trouble betw.'en ,f. M.* Har-  i-i-������ and the Byron X.   While Co. ol  Sandon  has   been apin'i'.le 1   iodic  court   of   (.'rtiiiuU.    The  S.'inta- Clans is in town and will  unpack a large stock of dolls and  lo\.-������ at the store oi1 J. h. Coles.'  Abo in'hull at   Mother 'Lode. tniite! devotion to  t.he D'-inoeralic parly, 'just, what you want  lo give  your  I luirp.biv- ('V''*'!'!^ ������/o k:;-������',i      , I'*"'1 bis belief in salmon hiUehcrics i friends.    ' .     '     '".  It. A. MA UlJvIbOA, huertitnrv,      :���������   ���������    nui, ���������.,������;.,. . mi -    -1      -   -���������-   _i 1 ^������.   ������ *   lisl -eating   country.     Then      T,lfl   AInHka.Tl.mdwoli   jMinill(,  Tho Kootenay Belle in the name  ami seasonable man-! Uw \e.'^ie.--iil -s.uiliii-, nlul- tlicj,,n'   ''-K'*1"   thi^  ('hn   l>f!  ft)liri(1   >������'  he shelves filled with I UMVii nf   Sindon* sulfci-.s   because | !","r,.v'  ,.,vor>'  1t<>,wn. b('!;W('(!!1   li"i  blue racihc and the wheat cotinti'  c.  s.  Mmmium  ��������� ', ������ i   K;-'.  MTMIIWIWttMIMMia  BAKER  Provincial A.-i-uiyornnd f )rp  Mhlppers' Agciil.    (.lorrriH-  ��������� pDiidt'iicoKolicitetl. Sampler  receive promp', m/tentloii.  r. o. isox i3.i, aiiRfiNWooo, it, o,  /.^ ���������  there came a few moim-lits of  medilation and the meeting adjourned.  Jlessn*. McDonald, Frost, Kane,  Busscll and Ifiekoy, the <lieon-  wood prospootors who last*' summer discovered an immense body  of iron  near   Long  Luke in  On-  ilij*  'company earned fil,(!2o,S'J.'5 for the  year ended June I, l!'07, and paid  ������700,000 in dividends; ,70L(,O.V!  toni* of ore, of ji vii 1 lie of 8*2. !���������_' pci  ton, were treated���������a. saving of  *���������?:". ID per ton being made.' The  report shown that (hero are '1,1)81;,-  fc*8.*3 tons of ore in reserve.   '       i  men   cantiot, settle  their own disputes.  There arc! only three ca^-s of  whiskey in lla/r-llofi ami a drouth  in sure to prevail before spring. A  calamity of tbi.s kind almoin (ie-  i'urled in Kaslo during March,  IS'i;{,*klml. *by hoi oie ellbrlH a boatload \\*i-' got. through ll'O ice from  Xelsou and the town was saved  from an epidemic of mama *potu,,  n,  During  the 'pitsI  week or '.������$'<*������,  Oreenwriod has been fullof strilug'-  (,'i's.    Many of them' no .doubt are.  seeking investhunts, haying heard i  tihat, tbi^   city would, but-wmo.,,������.  second Butte.- ������������������'--'. ,   ���������    >.,...���������;  - r  , Boys' Own, Cirls' Own Chatterbox and other, booki* for the young  folks aro for Bale! l>y .1. L, C*-leHk  i   \     ������������������ ���������  b^ihIhimi'nw���������!Miiirift'tBis������m������-ilir.Ti������*rii''ii'^wH's������iw>ifi^y������������iii������-ii������ii������j^nmi'i:"ir^fi-'';."i>n* n.rwia.w>.ii n iii i'n' -' i  '���������'liliri fl^iHHJJtsi im.tim**ttB*> \'  Jti&*i E  KICKER ITEMS  Always Something Doing In the  Land of Giveadam Gulch.  RIVAL EDITOR   SKIPS   TOWN.  Called an Undersized, Red Headed  Cuss With Ingrowing Toe Nails by  Jim Hellso, Who Seeks Vengeance  For a Call Down.  When ex-Judge Livermore says that  the editor of the Kicker seeks to be  the dictator of this territory the Judge  lies and knows he lies. lie also knows  our office hours.  Jim Hellso, owner of the Hellso Opera House (which Is us), is now booking theatrical attractions for tho fall  aud winter season. Nothing booked  unless It contains at least one clog  dance and tho rescue of the heroine  from a burning building or a gang of  outlaws. Enthusiastic audiences, but  they want what they want.  other daj\we got In front of a herd of  a^thousand stampeding steers, and for  the next ten minutes every mean act  that we ever did rose up before us  lilgger'n a house as we leaned forward  In the saddle and dug lu the spurs.  Vv'e fiually got clear of the- front of the  herd and got our dignity back, and we  are glad to say that the mean things  that rose up In the moment of peril  dldu't amount to much. They were  mostly lying about our tremendous circulation in Persia. ���������  Three or four days ago tlie editor of  the Lone Jack Recorder, who is au uu-  dersized, red headed cuss with ingrow-  ' Ing toe nails and a feeling of bitterness  During the dinner hour at the Royal  hotel the other day mine host Williams had to stop and shoot a man  named.Scott In the shoulder for finding fault with the holes in the tablecloths and napkins. The guest was  from Sau Francisco, and after being  temporarily fixed up he departed.  Such things put a landlord out and entitle him to the sympathy of all. If  any fault-is to be found it should be  after the meal and then in a gentlemanly way.  Since the Kicker let up on the quack  doctors six months ago there have  been three new arrivals. As soon as-  the weather cools off a little we shall  get after them, and every man who  can't tell the difference between a broken leg and a case of consumption will  have to toddle.' M. QTJAD.-  THE BOY WITH A RAT.  c3*������3,  MAK UNDERSIZED, KED HEADED CUSS WITH  INGROWING TOE NAILS."  toward all mankind, called us up on  the telephone and called us forty different kinds of liars. Of course we  ordered our ca3*use around, but while  ���������we were riding fourteen miles he-  moved into the mountains, a distance  of twenty-eight miles, and so our quest  was fruitless.  ���������   The Grateful  Parent.  A New York man enjoys repeating a  story he claims to have had from one  or the life guards at Atlantic City.  It appears that not long ago a Philadelphia, man and his nine-j'ear-old son  were at the end of one of the piers  gazing over'the rail at thc ocean when  suddenly the lad, leaning over too far,  tumbled into the water. The life  guards were just 'then at quite a distance from the scene of the accident,  so another man on the pier, without  waiting to divest himself of ^either coat  or shoes, plunged Into the sea and after  buffeting with ~the waves for some  time succeeded in getting the half  drowned boy to the beach, whither in  the meantime the father had hastened  from the pier.  The parent took the affair very coolly. As "the self appointed rescuer set  the dripping boy at his father's feet  the latter inquired:  "Thank you. But what have you  done with his hat?;'���������Harper's Weekly.  He Got Only $3 a Week, but He Drew  a Crowd.  lie was a grocer's boy abort fourteen years old, and he stood in the  dour for, two or three miuutes watching the pedestrians hurrying up and  down, while street cars clanged past  and trucks and wagons crowded each  other. He was working at ������3 a week  aud unknown to the world, but a  proud smile" came to his face as he  realized .the power placed In his hands.  Stepping back a pace, he picked up a  trap with a rat'in it. He was a mere  nobody, and yet he had caught a rat.  Night after night he had baited for the  rodent and trapped him at last. Only  a boy, only a rat���������but wait a minute.  The boy stepped out to the curbstone, with the trap in his hand, lie  was a nobody, and yet at that moment  he,was greater than au alderman.  "A rat! A rat! A rat!" shouted half  a dozen voices in chorus, aud faster  than you could count 'em a hundred  people gathered. With thera were a  dozen dogs;'then 200 people, then 300  -500.  Only a grocer's-boy working at $3 a  week and yet a greater man than the  mayor of the city!  "Shake him out! Give thc .dogs'a  chaucc!"   ���������  . The boy waited. He commanded tho  situation. He waited until passengers  Jumped -off the "street cars, until the  trucks and wagons stopped, until men  came running for half a mile around,  until seven or eight hundred excited  men, women, boys and girls were jamming and pushing and asking each other who had dropped dead.  ��������� Just nobody's boy, and yet so*ne one-  rang in a fire alarm, some one sent toi  a call for .the ambulance, some one  telephoned for the police reserves.  Then when a thousand eyes were upon  him, when hundreds of men were asking who he was, when fifty cur dogs  were raving about bis feet, the boy  opened the door of the trap, shook'the  rat out and made his way back to the  grocery and calmly sold a woman a  bar of soap for 7 cents.���������Chicago News.  NOTED  AUTHORITY  ALSO  GIVES  A SIMPLE  PRESCRIPTION  Tells the Readers of This Paper How  To Prepare the Mixture at Home  and Other Advice  ' Now' is the time'when the doctor  gets busy, and thc patent medicine  manufacturers' reap tlie harvest, unless great cure is taken to dress  warmly and keep the feet dry. This  is the advice of an old eminent ,au-*  thority who says that Rheumatism  and Kidney trouble weather is here,  and also .tells what to do in case o������  an attack.  Get from any good -prescription  pharmacy % ounce Fluid Extract  Dandelion, one ounce Compound Kar-  gon, three .ounces Compound Syrup  Sarsaparilla..1 Mix by shaking in a  bottle and take a teaspoonful alter  meals and at bedtime.  , Just try this simple home-made  mixture at the first sign of Rheumatism, or if your back aches or you feel  that the kidneys are not acting right.  This is said' to be a splendid kidney regulator, and almost certain.remedy for all forms of Rheumatism,  which is caused by uric acid in the  blood, which tho kidneys fail to filter  out. Anyone can easily prepare- this  at home, and at hinall cost.  Druggists in this town arid vicinity  when shown the prescription, stated  that they can either supply these ingredients,, or, if our readers prefer,  they will compound the mixture foi  them.  Friends are good for two things���������  to get you out of trouble and to got  you into it. ' -    '  A  FARMER'S TRIALS  THE WARRANT  CAME.  A subscriber in Illinois writes us to  ask why we don't come right out and  announce our presidential candidate  for the next election. Good Lord, man,  but can't you appreciate modesty In  an editor? We are going to be our  own .candidate, but we don't want to  begin blowing our horn and prancing  around until it becomes necessary. Let  the other fellers enjoy the limelight a  bit first  There was no row between Mr. Tom-  llnson, the stage agent, and the editor  of the Kicker the other day, as announced in a Chicago dispatch. Mr.  Tomlinson decided not to renew our  annual pabs over the stage line, but  after some slight argument on our part  ho changed his mind. The argument  jtiay have been accompanied by the  Bight of a gun, but it was a new gun,  and we were asking his opinion of It  as a straight shooter. Mr. Tomlinson  Is a gentleman, and it is always a  pleasure to do business with him.  Giveadam Gulch's social Four Hundred are not striving after prestige  during the dog days. A kimono, a gin  fizz and a palm leaf fan are about the  extent of any one's ambition just now,  and bridge whist and straight poker  seem far, far away.  Another anonymous postal card in  the mail yesterday,from some critter  with a grievance, who announces that  he will arrive next week and shoot us  Into a world where each and every  Inhabitant flaps his wings when he  wants to go anywhere. These things  never bother us any. The chap goes to  the hospital, has a chunk of lead dug  out of his anatomy and before leaving  town comes, around to shake. hands  and ask us how we did it  Two weeks ago the editor of the  Grass Valley Tribune went up into the  mountains on a summer hunt being  one of a party of four. The other  three have returned to town and given  out that the editor has probably-been  devoured by a cinnamon bear. If such  Is the case his family has our deepest  sympathy; also '-the "relatives of the  bear.".  We understand that another petition  went to Washington the other day  praying for our removal from the office of postmaster because we take a  hand at poker occasionally. That petition will be read by the postmaster  general with a grin and will then be  handed along to the president to be  read with a bigger grin. When this  government gets ready to bounce an  officeholder for raking in a pot with  an ace full then the bulwarks of American liberty will topple over with a  crash to be heard around the world.  There Is no sort of doubt that BOO  overworked factory girls of New England could come to Arizona and find  husbands within a week, but just how  long It would be thereafter before the  .-whole crowd would wish themselves  iback in the factories working on a 10  per cent cut in\wages,deponent sayeth  not. It's a safe thing to let Cupid- work  by the regular programme.  So They Took the Woman  From  Her  Washtub to the Gallows.  The hanging of a woman, which In  these days calls forth public protests,  was apparently a matter of Indifference to our grandfathers and grandmothers. It was in the nineteenth  century that a woman found guilty of  some trifling offense was sentenced to  death. By chance the warrant for her  execution was not sent to tlie high  sheriff, and she remained in prison  for about three years' acting as a jail  washerwoman and occasionally, as a  favor in acknowledgment of her good  behavior, going out, as was then tlie  custom, as washerwoman to private  houses. But a clerk looking through  the home oflice records found the warrant that had never been dispatched,  and it was thereupon promptly forwarded to the sheriff for due process.  The woman was found by the turnkey at the washtub in a house ia the  town ��������� Aylesbury. "Well, missus,"  said he, "you are to be'banged. The  warrant has come at last,- and we must,  carry the sentence out tomorrow morning at the latest." "Werry well, then,"  the wretched woman submissively replied, "I suppose I must go," and, hav-  ing.washed the soapsuds off,her army,  departed with the official. She was'  duly hanged the next morning, from  all which it would seem that barely, a  century separates us from a . condition of primitive barbarism.���������London  Chronicle.  Not Good Twice.  Lincoln's stories grew better and better as he grew older. One of the best  was told to a visitor who congratulated him on the almost certain purpose on the part of the people to reelect him for another term of four  years. Mr. .Lincoln replied that he had  been told'this frequently before and  that when it was first mentioned to  him he was reminded of a farmer in  Illinois who determined to'try his own  baud at blasting. After successfully  boring and filling in with powder he  failed in his effort to make the powder  go off, and after discussing the cause  with a looker on and failing to detect  . anything wrong in the powder the  farmer suddenly came to the conclusion that it would not go off because it  had been shot before.  Secondhand  English.  Swede (to Englishman at Colorado  Springs, noting that the Englishman's  accent was unlike that of the other inhabitants)���������How long you bane in dese  conn to-?  Englishman���������Nine mouths.  Swede���������You bane spake de.language  putty good already. Ven you bane'in  dese country two years you vill spake  as veil as de people here.  Englishman (annlhilatingly) ��������� Man  alive, I am from the country where  this language is manufactured!. What  you are learning to speak Is secondhand English.���������Judge. ���������  Uncle Tom Shows Hi*  Nephews How  He   Used  to  Duck For Apples.  ���������Bor  ���������Browning's.  A Point of V    i. ������  The new steamer City of ������������������ was  laid up for repairs, and one of the  rickety old timers of the line was sailing in her place. A passenger who was  somewhat Irritated by the* fact remarked to another, an Irishman, by  the way, "The City of always gets  In at 2 in the morning, and this old  tub never gets in before 6."  'The Irishman thought for a moment  nnd replied: "It's all right The distance is just the same, and we get a  longer sail for our money."  William Myen* and Homer Dayton,  both of Blue Hill, both claimed tho  8ame horse the other day, and both  went to shooting to sustain their  claims. Between them they managed  to kill the horse and then made up aud  shook hands over It Such things are  happening every day, and yet there are  -.men asking why Arizona Is not getting  a rush of population' from the cast  Needed a Cloudburst. ,.  Staying at an inn in Scotland, a  shooting party found their sport much  interfered with by rain. Still, wet or  fine, the old fashioned barometer that  hung in the hall persistently pointed  to "set fair." At length one of the  party drew the landlord's attention to  tho glass, saying, "Don't you think,'  nowt Dugald, there's something the  matter with your glass?" "No, sir,"  replied Dugald, with dignity, "she's a  gude glass and a powerful glass, but  she's no'moved wi'trifles."  Caution.  "What's the matter with him anyway?"  "Sh! They're trying to keep it quiet  It's gastritis."  "Why, that's' not contagious. Why  should"���������  "Sh! They're afraid the gas company  may send ia a bill against him."���������Pueblo Chieftain.  Weak  and  Worn  Out Through- Overwork and Long Hours '  The farmer's life is always a hard  one, but if he is weak or suffering it  is almost unbearable. . The hours are  long and the work so hard that none  but the strongest can stand it. An  illustration of the effect of hard  work on the system is given ,by Mr.  Geo. Huntsberg, a farmer of Spry,  Ont. He 'says:���������"1 have lived nearly all my life in the Bruce peninsula.  I am a farmer and have ..always had  my share of hard work and like a  good many other men I thought  there was no wearout to my system.  In "this I was mistaken for about a  year and a half ago I began to go  gradually down hill. I would tire at  the least exertion; my -appetite failed me; I had a severe pain'in my  side and around my heart. The doctor told me I was suffering from pernicious anaemia; that I was almost  bloodless. I doctored for six months  but instead of improving I grew so  weak that I'' could hardly move without assistance. I lost flesh till I was  almost a skeleton. ' A friend from  Stowes Bay told me of the great benefit she had derived from the use of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and advised  me to try them. My sister-in-law had  also received-great-benefit from their  use so I decided to give them a trial.  After using the pills about a month  I began to gain strength and from  that on I improved ��������� rapidly. New  blood seemed .to course through my  veins; my af/petito improved; the"  pain left my side and heart and I  gained in weight. After, using about  a dozen boxes of the pills T was again  enjoying the best of healtlr*. I have  nothing but praise for Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills as they cured me after  medical treatment had failed���������I  really believe they saved my life."  Good blood is the secret of health.  Keep the blood pure and such diseases as anaemia, rheumatism, sciatica, indigestion, heart palpitation,  eczema, and- the secret ills of women  will not exist. The most perfect  blood tonic and nerve restorer in the  world is Dr. Williams' - Pink Pills.  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 from - The Dr/ Williams'  Medicine   Co.,   Brockville,   Out.  You can warm a girl's heart quicker  with a diamond necklace than with a  ton of coal.  ,   Dominion Forest Reserves  Forestry work"' on Dominion lands  is at present being prosecuted along  three lines, viz: (1) the estimation of  timber on the Dominion forest reserves (both as to the actual quantity  at present on hand,and as lo the probable growth inutile future), (2) ,-the  protection of. existing forests against  fire,.(&) the free distribution of seed-  lingjVforest trees to the farmers of the  prairie  regions  for planting.  Of these the last merftioried'- has  been much more _in  the public eye  ITORS  ITCHING,  Heals THES  ftiil for WrHnm^gitinlS"������ foKEoiflma SB,  Dr. Chase's Ointment-  '-     L   ffl  .���������>    '       _ c   _��������� _ of mystery about all medicines that  than either of the-others,' and 'the are taken internally, but not so when  benefits it has conferred on dwellers Dr.* Chase's Ointment is applied to  on prairie farms are freely acknow-, raw or inflamed skin, for the ,benefits  lodged everywhere in Manitoba1 and ��������� are self-evident,  the new.-provinces. For several years it is because Dr. Chase's Ointment  past an average of nearly two million possesses in a remarkable degree the  (2,000,000) seedlings have ,been sent, ability to stopi itching and heal raw  out to farmers throughout Manitoba, I skin that it lias become known the  Alberta and Saskatchewan. '���������' ��������� J world over as the ' most successful  The work of estimating the'amount j'treatment for"\such diseases of ' ,the  of timber at-present ,on the reserves j skin    as'  eczema;   salt  rheum    and  psoriasis.        ' '      ..'     -���������'     ��������� ,-  By all merins tone up the system by  the use of such    treatment,  as   Dr.  There is  always a certain amount sect   bites,' hives,   poisoned, skin., or  any. form of skin irritation or. eruption.'  was begun in the summer of 1905,  During thufsurnrner such estimates,  or "timber surveys" were'made on the  Turtle Mountain and Moose .Mountain j Chase's-Nerve Food,! but also cure the  reserves.    In  the  summer _of 1906  a'eczema'by   the  local  -application  of  party was at 'work oik Riding Moun-  Dr.  Chase's 'Ointment  tain reserve, and it is hoped to complete the survey of this reserve during this summer.   As the reserve' cov-  ers' an area of over 1500 square miles,  it is easily to be seen that"the survey  ���������b������ it is no small (matter.     ,    ,  Tho importance of protecting the  forests from fire has for quite a nuni:  ber of years past .been recognized by  the governments of the provinces of  Ontario and Quebec, who have employed a considerable force of men  and expended annually 'many thousand dollars in" this work.. To this  work the Forestry branch has given  attention almost ever since its inception. In addition to the. permanent forest rangers additional fire rangers have been employed from time  to time.  IS BAN A SELFISH BRUTE  AND  DO    WOMEN  WORST   OF  HAVE  IT?  THE  Many a woman thinks / so in her'  heart though 3he may never give it  expression. Most men who live in the  country, though they work hard dur-,  ing the day, have a little . time - to  themselves at noon time and in the  evening, when they can sit down and  read, smoke, a pipe or play with the  children, but women's work is never  done and many .of them go on month  in and month^out with, scarcely, a  thing to cheer them up ' and bring  change and enjoyment into their  lonely lives.  Yet the man plods along with mulish indifference never realizing that  the wife really has less in the way  of enjoyment than the hired servants.  Now just think what it would mean  to'bring into a home like that, at a  very small expense, the very best  music that the great singers and  great players of the world have produced. ���������What joy it would be for  the wife and daughters at their work  .in the long evenings to listen to music such as the people in large cities  like New York have to pay $5 and  even $10:00' a ticket to hear just for  one evening only���������music which people  in cities like Toronto, Montreal or  Winnipeg 'cannot "hear, any more  than, the farmer can, without going to  New York for "the purpose.  Even people in - other 'large cities  of the states almost never have the  privilege of hearing the wonderful  singers like Caruso, Fames, Melba,  etc., or the great violinists or cello  players, or the great bands of the  world unless they go to New York  ,/  The- wretched stinging, itching sensations will soon' d-sappea'r under  this treatment and gradually ��������� and  naturally the raw. sores will .become  smaller- and smaller until they entirely disappear.  'But there are-scores of 'ways in  wliich Dr. .Chase's Ointment is useful in every, home, and especially so  where there,are children who suffer  from teething, eczema, . chafing,   in���������  Mr. Wm. Gastle, Eagle-Hill, Alta.  "About Nov.   1,  1903,   f broke out  with- small red blotches on my arm's ���������  and -.they afterwards spread all  over1,  my body.      It was 'so    itchy that I .  could not sleep at nights for scratching   I suffered untold, misery and was  almost driven to' desperation":   I tried ,;  everything ' at -.hand  and  my friends  recommended ��������� numerous remedies all  tono avail.       .*, .*-'.' **  ��������� "When I began the use of. Dr.  Chase's Ointment I had little 'hope  of relief but'the result'has been, won-  darful.. From the first "this preparation gave relief-from the' dreadful  itching and it has now brought about  n cure." '7 ��������� -.* , " -. "  ' Test Dr. Chase's' Ointment in any  case of itching skin or on asoro that  refuses to heal, and^you will be surprised at the results.  " Mothers use Dr. Chase's Ointment  for the chafing and" skin troubles of  their babies in preference to.-unsanitary, pore-clogging powders'; GO cents  a box, at all dealers,-or Edmanson,  Bates' & Co:, Toronto.  WINNIPEG AS A  THEATRICAL CENTRE  Brilliant      List  the, New  Theatre  of      Bookings  Walker  Realizing  Sense.  "I have always thought I knew what  grinding poverty is," said Ardup, "but  I never did until this morning."     ,  "What happened * this morning?"  asked Short.   * N-  "I caught my wife putting burned  bread crusts in the coffee mill."���������Houston Post  * 8uch It  Fame.  , A learned correspondent writes: "1  was examining a witness, an elderly  woman', the other day. On my inquir������  ing her name she said it was Mrs,  Bardell and that she came from  Gravesend. I asked, 'Did you know  Charles Dickens?' She .repljed, 'Do  you mean the undertaker?' Such.In  ���������Janic,'*���������London News.  .' In rldlus over to Wolf Creek the  Make use of time while It is present  with you. It depends upon your will  aud not upon the number of days tit  have'a sufficient length of We.���������Man  tfligs.*-  All's  Well  That  Ends Well.  I am so glad as I can be;  I seeng, I dance, slgnore! .  Ah, sooch a lucky man like me  You nevva eee bayfore.  Eet ees so like w'en sky ees gray,   /  Den���������queeck!���������da sun bust through  An' drivin' all da cloud away���������   .  I tal eet all to you.  My wife an' me we no can gat  '    To mak' our minds da same,  Wen leetla boy ees com', for w'at  We gona call hees name.  My Rosa, dafs my wife, ghe say  She gotta besta right  '  For call da keed her owiia way,  An* so, my frand, we light.  Slio say she want her ladder's name,  "Giovanni," but, you see,  I want "Qlacobbo" Jus' da same,  Wheech ees da name for mo. ���������  Wal, den decs theeng excite us so  An' mak' so beega fuss,  Ees com' my reccha Uncla Joe      \  For fcexin' thecngs for us. "->  ���������  But w'en ho And how hard eet seem  For feex he tal us, "Wal,  I thocnk ees.best.you calla hcem  'Giuseppe' for mysal'!"   .  Dees mak' da case so bothersom"  My brain ees ecna whirl;  I almost wcosh w'en keed ees com*  He gona be a girl.  Eh?   No, ho was no borna w'en  We llghta deesa way,'  No baby eesn Icevln' den,  But, see, ees com' today  Not only wan of heem, but three!  Eh?   "Trceplets?"' > Yes, slgnore.  Ah, soocha lucky man like me.  You nevva see bayfore!  r. A.  Daly In  Catholic  Standard  and  Times. '!'.-���������  A cough is often the forerunner of  serious pulmonary afflictions, yet  there is simple cure within the  reach of all in Bickle's ��������� Anti-Consumptive Syrup, an old-time and  widely recognized remedy, which, if  resorted to at the inception of a cold  will invariably give relief, > and by  overcoming the trouble, guard the  system from any serious consequences.  Price 25 cents, at all dealers.  "See here, Pat," said his 'employer,  "didn't you tell me that when you  were out west the Indians scalped you  and now you. have your hat off I see  you have an extraordinary quantity  of hair! You certainly,, told me so,  didn't you, Pat?"     ;.  "6i did, sor," answered Pat; "but  Oi bear in moind. now that it was me  brudder; Moike. It's thot much we  be aloike that Oi think Oi'm Moike  an' Moike be me."���������New York Times.  ENOLI8H SPAVIN LINIMENT removes  all hard, soft or calloused lumps and  blemishes from horses, blood spavin,  curbs, splints, ringbone, sweeney, stifles,  sprains, sore and swollen throat, coughs,  etc. Save $50 by uso of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful Blemish Cure  ever kuown.! , *  ' i *w''  Frenzied Arithmetic ,  Teacher���������Now, Tommy, If your' fa-  .ther had twenty dozen eggs m his store  ,and found that eighteen of them were  .bad) bow much would bo lose? Tommy���������Nothin'. *I guess you don't know  pa.���������School Board Journal.  ' Careful Mr. Smith.-  Dr. Pill (meeting former patient)���������  Ah, good morning, Mr. Smitbl How  are you feeling this morning? Mr  Smith���������Doctor, does It cost anything  If I tell you?���������Philadelphia Inquirer.  A Defiant 'Socia'IsT fil. P.  "II I had told the people to throw"  bottles, I should be the proudest man  in Europe to-night. If Khud said it,  I would not retract one shred of it,"  defiantly exclaimed Mr. Vktor Gray  Bon,-M. P.,-the young Socialist .member for Come Valley, in a remarkabli-  3peech which he made at Tunstall.  Staffordshire, recently.  "If I .had wanted to tell the people  of, Belfast to throw broken bottles !  should have gone there to do th������ telling," he continued, amid an uproar  'if'cheering. "When the military are  charging workers on-8trike,���������the only  regi-ot that is in my heart is that the  people have nothing >more adequat*  than broken bottles to throw."  Yet this wonderful music can. now  b'e brought right out into the country, to your own home, by the Great  Berliner Victor Gramophone, so that  you can hear it not as u mechanical  production, but with all the life, power and wonderful ringing tones of the  singers, 'just as though they were  right there in the room with you.  Why, you can hear them breathe,  and almost have to pinch yourself to  realize that you are^not looking right  at them. This is almost beyond  belief, yet it is an absolute''fact.  ���������   Just think of it for a moment and"  try to realize what it really means to this merry and tuneful opera before  have these wonderful singers and will recall, the characters are birds, and  nlivprs rifht thprp in vmir hrano- tn the novel ldca ls Perfectly carried out  pujeis iignt mere-in yom home to , Ubrettlst. composer and manager,  sing the songs you hke_ best and play  j/enry w> savage will send along a  fine company, perfectly equipped in the  matter of costumes and scenery.  That the new Walker \Theatre has  worked a great change iifthe theatrical standing- of Winnipeg- Is becoming  more evident every week.  When Mrs. LeslIe\Carter, Viola Allen,  Lillian Russell' Henrietta - Crosman,  Otis Skinner, William Faversham and  the many - brilliant New York stars  booked for the current season, leave  the larger cities of the United States,  where they could easily nil their time,  and come off the beaten track to what  seems to them very "far-away Winnipeg,' there must be something more  than money to attract them. And that  something, they will tell you, ls the  handsome "modern theatre, where they  may properly stage their productions  jnd be seen -to the best possible advantage. And with the coming of  chese foremost stars of the American  stage, and the biggest and best of the  new dramatic and musical produc-,  tions, and the'higher grade generally  of the travelling companies visiting  Wlnnlr Jg, the fact must be clear to all  theatregoers that Winnipeg is de-  .-idedly out ot the kindergarten 'class,  \nd'l������.now recognized by the best  ictors, actresses'and producing-manners in "America.  According to ^Manager Walker's an-  louncement, the following splendid attractions are already contracted to appear at the .Walker during1 the current  reason: ,  -     -,.  ���������  * ...*-,_*.-���������--. .-, -,-._._  Immediately ahead of ua���������In fact dl-  ���������Irtinrr thf oleventh week of the son-  son���������are two such high class stars and  iH'oductious as Jessie Uusley in Changing Pollock's dramatization of'Miriam  Michelsen's famous novel. " In the  Bishop's Carriage."  And Marie Cahlll,' America's leading  comedienne, and her large company in  Edvrln Milton Royle's successful musical play, "Marrying Mary." The flrst-  .iamed actress made her "Winnipeg de-  iut .last season and was at once accepted as a favorite. Miss Cahill. how-  ������v������r, "has yet to appear before us, but  her reputation has preceded her and  Is sogreat'that there ls little doubt as  to her reception "and place In our  hearts.  appearance and captivated New York.  The piece has aohlevod success In  London also.  ��������� ���������   ���������  * Frank Daniels, one of the first comic  opera comedians to catch the Winnipeg  public and set them laughing. He will  be along in his latest comic opera, "Tho  at   Tattooed .Man."  ��������� ���������   ���������  ."Brown' of Harvard" ls the magic  name of a highly successful college  comedy, and handsome Henry Woodruff, who Is a Harvurd boy, has the  name part. '  .������������������������;*-���������,  "The Earl and the Girl" ls a musical  comedy which has had much vogue  with Eddie Foy In the leading role.  Vhe following week Max Flgman,  the g'raceful and truly artistic comedian will once' more delight us with  his-portrayal of the title role In "The  Man on the Box." And not-very long  after his engagement "Woodland" will  again be presented.   As those who saw  your favorite airs. Then think ,of  the magnificent sacred music you  might have on Sundays, and on week  day evenings, the funny stories, comic  songs and recitations, the best in the  world. Why! If we could place the  Berliner-Victor Gramophone ��������� in your  home for one evening ���������for one hour  even, we would not need to talk to  you any more about it. It would sing  and play its own story -right into your  heart and. you would part with almost anything else before you would  let it be taken away; Wouldn't you  like to have one of these instruments  in your home for Christmas?   '  AIL we ask now is that you write  us for a.catalogue of the 3,000 pieces |   , . ��������� ��������� *  it will reproduce then that you go to j De Wolf Hopper, the noted "tall"  the, nearest, dealer and ask to have ' comedian, and a large company in the  some of Ihese pieces played for vou.' comic opera,"* "Happyland." This will  'We send this .catalogue free of charge be Mr- Hopper's first appearance here,  if you just send your name and ad-1 ��������� ��������� ������ , , * * *. ��������� _ , ,.  dress and ask for catalogue F.-The \ beTtim^^^rfsS. wh^lll  Berliner Gramophone Company, Mon-  make a 8econd AmVr'ca��������� tour, this time  Grace George, who created a sensation in London'this,past summer by  her acting In the leading role of a new  .version of "Dlvorcons." Miss George  will have a new play this season, by  Jerome, K. Jerome, who has Just arrived in America to direct the rehearsals..  ���������   ���������   ���������  "The Grand Mogul." which ls one of  Klaw & Rrlanger's biggest spectacular  productions.  *������ ���������   .   .  "The Lion and the Mouse," Charles  Klein's great play, which made such a  deep Impression wh in presented here  last season. "  treal.  Many a woman has gone on a matrimonial hunt for a good, tiling and  got a bear. *&   ���������;:  MinardVLiniment Cures Distemper.  A rich young man who was trying  to work had fallen in love with the  daughter of his employer, but he  found that his path was by no means  clear of obstacles,  -"You tell me that your father objects to your marrying me," he said,  in a crestfallen tone' "Is it because I  am in his employ? I can leave it and  go back to a life of idleness if he.prefers."  "Oh, no, that isn't what he wants."  said the objoct of his choice. "He  says I may marry you just as soon as  you're valuable enough to have your  salary raised."���������Youth's  Companion.  SHIi-QH'S ;2asg CUfeE  Get a battle to-day from your druggist. If  it doesn't cure you quicker than anything  you ever tried he'll give you your money;back  appearing In a version of the '.Greek  tragedy by Euripides, "Electra." Mrs.  Campbell needs no introduction to the  fOngllsh people of this dty, who will  certainly .be glad to give her a regular  home welcome when shn comes to Wln-  ilpeB*.  ���������.'"'���������..���������.������������������  "Dream City," a musical comedy Introducing that clever little comedienne,  Mary Marble, who made so many  friends hure several seasons-ago In  "The--Mllk White Flag.". "Little Chip"  Is associated with Miss Marble this ������ea-  son. -.'-'  ���������'������������������'���������.���������  "The Man of the Hour," Broadhurst's  powerful political play, which is in its  second year in New.York.  ������������������'*���������.���������'.  "The Alaskan," a new comic opera by  Harry Glrnrd ".nd Joe Blethen, nnd  itaged by Max Flgman, who besides be-  Inf'one of the most popular stars before ',jhe American public, Is .also one  of the very best stage managers���������In  the full sense of the term���������which moans  one competent to. invent nnd arrange  the entire stage business of a new production, and not' a man who merely  signals for the lights or curtain. The  production Is under, the liberal direction of John Cort, who Is sending out  -so-.many thoroughly equipped companies this season. We had one1 this  week, .headed by Miss" Sarah Triiax,  and those who saw the play must admit It was charmingly staged.  .���������.,-'������������������.���������.  ," Brewnter's Millions," an excruciatingly funny comedy, In which Edward  "ibelei, a handsomo and clever young  Mclntyre and Heath In ' "The Ham  Tree." - It does not seem necessary to  say. more of this very funny pair of  comedians and 'their dellclously droll  musical comedy, which so surprised and  delighted local laughter-loversx last'  season. It will be recalled that after  the first performance It was Impossible  to-accommodate all who wanted to go,  and this.in spite pf the large capacity  of the Walker. \  ( ������   ���������   ������\  John Drew, that most popular of all  leading men on the American stage, ,  will pay Winnipeg a visit at last." Ho  will be seen here 'In the big London  comedy success, "My Wife." with handsome Blllle Burke as leading lady.  M-Iss Burke came over from England  especially- to appear with Mr. Drew.  ��������� ��������� ������  "The Merry Widow," Henry W. Savage's beautiful production of the relgn-  In? European comic opera success,  which ls even now delighting New  Yorkers to such an extent that seats  are sold weeks in advance. . It is said  to be ravlshingly beautiful in a musical sense, and to bubble 'over with  bright comedy.  - ���������   ���������   ���������  Calve, the great French prima donna,  In.a recital.  ������   ���������   ���������  Ellis Jeffreys,* the. well known English actress, who will return from London in Madeleine Luoetie Ryiey's  latest hit, "The Sugar Bowl," now running at the-Queen's Theatre, London.  ��������� ���������    m  "Coming Thro' the Rye." Rork's big  musical compjiny, with Frank Lalor. In  his orlglnal'rble.  ��������� ��������� . ���������  Louis James, "one of Winnipeg's premier favorites, In Shakespeare's comedy  "Tho  Comedy  of Errors."    Mr." James  will  be  seen  as both  "Dromlos,"  this  being the first time one actor ever attempted   to   play   these   two   difficult  parts.    One  can   readily  ima'gine  that  Mr. James, with his ke������>n- sense of- humor, will extract every bit of fun there  is     In     the     play." < His   portrayal   of  "Falstaff"  In   "The  Merry     Wives    of _,  Windsor" last season  gave  us n   most  appetizing   taste   of   his   ability   as  a  comedian.    He is Indeed  rarely gifted _  and versatile.    As usual,  he. will  have'  a jiiferb company and a beautiful production.  , .     ���������   ���������   ���������  Adelaide Thurston, the dainty little  Ingenue who has such a warm place In  the hearts of the, ladles and children  of the city, will again appear In "The  Girl from Out Yonder,"  ��������� ��������� ������ <  "Strongheart," like "B-v>wn of Harvard," is a college play, but the hero  ls a full-blooded Indian, "and the love  interest is exceptionally Intense. Ralph  Stuart, the handsome young actor who  appeared here a few seasons back In  "By Right of Sword," Is making a fine  Impression as the Indian "Strongheart."  who ls thoroughly' civilized and excepting for the color of his skin to all  Intents and purposes an ordinary college man. The color of his skin.' however, Is what stands In his way for happiness, and after many heart aches and  misunderstandings he returns to the  feathers and blanket of his fathers,  leaving education and civilization behind him.  ��������� ���������   ��������� '  "The Gingerbread Man." one of those  fairy extravaganzas which are pleasing alike to old and young.  ��������� ���������  ���������  Maud Fealy, who last season pleased  Winnipeg audiences In "The Illusion  of Beatrice,"-will "return with "The  Stronger Sex," a new play���������or rather a  plar new to/Wlnnlpeg, but an established success In London. "Critics on  this side reiterate the good words of  their London brethren of the pen regarding the play.. This Is a John Cort  production.    .  Ogla Nethersole, the English actress  who has become famous for'her Interpretation of such roles as "Carmen,"  "The Second Mrs. Tanqueray," "Sapho."  and "The Labyrinth." She Is a handsome woman, and certainly superior  In her own line. She will have the support of a splendid .company. Her repertoire for Winnipeg ls not announced.  "The Vanderbllt Cup," a musical  comedy basocT upon tho great auto  races for the cup which gives the title  to the piece.  '���������"���������"���������    . > **  "The Three, ot Us," which was one  of Inst season's triumphs In Now York.  Rachel Crothers, the author of this  play, Is-now famous because of It.  '������������������  \ ��������� ��������� *T" ''���������    ���������.������������������'.'  Jan Kubellk, the world's greatest  violinist, will give two recitals here.  This event alone Is .enough to give  "tono" to ahy musical season, no mat-  tor how ���������uportor,   ���������  ���������   ���������   ���������   ���������  This glance ahead at the attractions  alrendv booked for the present season  of -1007-8 should convince the amusement-seeking . public nf Wlnnlneg. as  before remarked, what the Walker  Is doing for Winnipeg In tho way of ,  putting It In lino with the largest cities  leading man, has made his first atellar I of the United States and Eastern Canada.-  Shiloh's is the best, safest, surest and! quickest medicine for your children's coughi  and colds. It has becn curing coughs and colds for 34 years. All druggists���������  35c, 50C.1 and Si.00 a bottle.  fee-  First Tramp (reading advertisement}���������"Man wanted to chop wood,  bring up coal, take care of garden,  mind  chickens  and  children���������"  His Pnl (groaning)���������"Oh,'them matrimonial advertisements ,mako mo  tired I"���������Illustrated Bits. &   '  Willie (aged seven)���������Say pa, I can  do 'something you can't.  His Futh'or���������What's that?-  Willie���������Grow.���������Pittsburg Loader.  US  I  ���������v> I  W.   N.   U.   No.   663. K<  k  THE-FRIGATE PEt'CAN.  H  U,  /  \  Prison Caste  Major Arthur x Griffiths, in an article 'on "Prison Life" in the Grand  Magazine, says that prisoners, even  in jail, maintain distinctions, carefully using tho titles of. the outside  world���������"Captain This" and ,"Ldvd  That"���������with' unfailing''politenoss and  punctilio. The high-class/cracksman  would not dream oi consorting with  "the area sneak; as an aristocrat* in  crime he pioudly holds himself aloof  from all inferior practitioners.' Major  .Griffiths was once*" talking to one of  the convicts who was on the point of  discharge and was bemoaning an ill-i  spent hie and the small hope that remained of hio rinding work to save  him from institution. The Major  suggested that, in the last extiemity,  he mig.ii -u-d an asylum in the workhouse. "Oh,,no, sir," he replied  drawing himself up with an- assumption of the utmost dignity, "I have  not fallen quite so low as that!"  It la a 8r"-" Bird With an Enormous  Stretch of Wing.  The frigate .pelican, or man-of-war  bird, Is usually found between the  tropics. Although when stripped of its  feathers it is hardly larger .than a  pigeon, yet no man can touch at the  same time the tips of its extended  wings.' The long wing bones are exceedingly light^and the whole apparatus of air cells is extremely developed, so that 'its real weight' is very  trifling. It flies at a great height  above the water and from that elevation ^pounces down on flsh, especially  preferring the poor, persecuted flying  fish for, its prey.       '  Understhe throat of the'frigate pelican Is a large pouch of a deep red  color, which can be distended with air  at'the pleasure of the bird.' The'pouch'  is larger and of a more brilliant red }n  the rage than in his consort, iind the  ���������'eneral plumage of the female'Is not so  bright'us that of the riiale.',      "   "  Although, Its swiftness of wing and  general activity' enable it to snatch a  fish' from thev surface of the water or  to'pounce upon the -flying Jlsh before It  can' again seek the protection of its  native element, yet it'too often uses  Its powers in robbing other birds of  their lawful prey. t It is enabled In  some mysterious way to find ��������� Its' way  home_by night, even though It may be  -100 of 500 miles from'land. Tlie length  of the male bird is three -feet and the  expanse of wing eight feet  PHYSIGiANS SA  iiNJSTE  ������ ,-  DRUGGIST'S  ER.DORSATIOM  PSYCHINE GETS VOLUNTARY AND    IRREFUTABLE    EVIDENCE  '  , "HOW IT SAVED THE LIFE  OF  MR. J. A. GALBRAITH  OF  And is Published Here by the Courtesy  of The   Forest  Free  Press,  Whose  *   '' Editor and Publisher, One of the Best   Known'  Public   Men    in  , Ontario, Personally Obtained the Following Statement  '   From the Parties Whose Names are.Attached .  ' "-and Published in  The Free Press  A  WARNING  TO   MOTHERS  .V  There are unscrupulous dealers who  for thi sake of trilling gain aie wuT-  ing to -saciifice the health���������peihaps  the lives��������� of little one1-. This is  proved by the. fact that there aie a  number of imitations of J'.fiby's Own  - Tablets offeied. The mother can  protect her chid by seeng that the  full name Baby's Own Tablets''and  the four-leaf clover with child's head  on each leaf, is found on the outside  wrapper aiound eveiy box. Do not  take anything else as you inav endanger your child's life. 'If you can  not get the genuine Tablets from  your dealer send 25 cents to The Dr.  Williams Medicine Co., Biockville,  Ont., and get a box by mail postpaid         /     \  Our little boy ate salt mackerel for  the first time the other morning.  '"Where does these fish come from  ���������the lake?" he asked after the first  bite.  ���������   "No,  from  the  ocean,"    answered  father.  "Gee I" said Benny, "I /don't wonder'the ocean's salty ["���������Cleveland  Leader.  A Carefully,. Prepared Pill.���������Much  time and attention were expended in  experimenting with the ingredients that enter into the composition  of .Parmelee's, Vegetable Pills before  they'were brought to the " state in  which'thev were first offered fib the  public. Whatever other pills may be,  Parmelee's ' Vegetable Pills are the  result of much expei t study, and all  uersons suffering from 'dyspepsia or  disordered liver,and kidneys may confidently accent them as being ,what  they aiX represented to be.'.' '  Flipson���������Young Waggles has . got  the laugh .turned against himself in  ..is little joke against the Blazes Fire  Insurance Company.  Flopson���������How?      _.  Flipson���������He insured five hundred  cigars, smoked them, and then sent  in a claim on the ground^ that they  had been destroyed by fire."*       "  Flopson���������And they laughed at him,  I suppose?   ���������  Flipson���������No. They arrested him on  a charge-of arson.���������Tit-Bits.  There ls more Oatarrh In this w'*��������� nf  the country than all other diseases put  together, and until tho last few years  was supposed to be incurable. For a great  many years doctors pronounced it a tccal*  disease and prescribed local-remedies, and  by conntantly failing to cure with local  treatment. pronounced it incurable.  Science has proven catarrh to h������ - constitutional disease and therefore requiros  constitutional   treatment.    Hall's   Oatarrh   ly asked my  age.  Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney Jb  Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the onlv constith-  tional cure on the market. 'It >'= token  Internally in doses from ten-drops to a  teaspoonful. It acts directly on tho blood  and mucous surfaces of the system. They  offer one hundred dollars for any case  It falls to cure. Send for clrcn'n^^ and  testimonials.  Address: F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O  Sold  bv  Brut-slats.  75c.  Take .Hall's Family * Fills for constipation. .  Some cigars would make great soldiers. At any rate they belong in  the ranks.  Minard's Liniment "Cures Colds, &c.   j   The Boy.     .  "I suppose I am past what my mother calls 'the first flush of youth,' " said  the bachelor girl, "but I think I shall  never feel older than I did one summer  evening������flve years ago.' Arid now the  girl I was in those days seems absurdly, young to the woman "I am now,''  and she sighed and was silent a moment under the burden of her years.  "It 'was that summer at. Lake  George," she went on presently, "and  we were at thc Greenes' cottage for a  couple of weeks. Jack Greene was  home from college, of course, and as  he was the only man and I the only  girl we naturally were thrown together constantly. He was just at the age-  to feel himself vastly superior, somewhere about nineteen. lie had been  growing, sentimental in a patrouiiiing  sort of way, and one evening after u  semitender passage or two he abrupt-  I told him twenty-  No word  of, ours ..could make the  evidence, stronger   than   the 'written  woids over their oiftn    signatures of  the  man  who' was  the'- principal  m  this great cure and his friends.through  whom he was intioduced to and he'lp-  ed.to procure Psychine.  . Mr. Galbraith gives a minute and  straightfoiwuid statement which  any  and  eveiybody can "understand,   and  any and every suifeier may profit by.  Here is the testimony:  ,'   (From Foiest Free Press.)  Forest, May 2, 1907.���������The following  facts, vouched for by Rev. 0. E. Bui-  rell, Baptist minister, and Ralph, li  Scott, the well-known local diuggist,  are    incontrovertible    evidence   that  even when physicians have abandoned hope-there is still a way whereby  the grave may be cheated of its piey.  ���������John A.  Galbraith is a well-to-do  farmer/living in Plympton Township  about five mile's from Foiest.    He is  5 feet 9 inches in height,,and about 40  years of age.   He enjoyed good health  until 'early in 1906, when he had a  severe attacks of    pleuro-pneumonia,  which apparently broke up his whole  system.     In speaking of the case to  the Forest Free/Press he said:���������  '     HIS OWN  WORDS \  "1 did not. seem able to gain any  stiength after the attack    of    pneumonia.   One doctor said'that tuberculosis had developed, that I could not  recovei, and advised me to settle' all  my affahs as quickly as possible. 'This  was; the condition I was in when my  pastor,   Rev.-"'C.   E.   Burrell,   of   the.  Baptist' church,    advised me    to try  Psychin'e, and piocured forme a trial  bottle.      This   was    in    May, -  1906,  and   at that   time I was reduced in I  weight to 120 pounds.   The Psychine  seemed to do*good from the start, and  I continued until I had used  about  $15 worth from .Scott's  'drug    stoie,  ���������Forest.   I gained in weight at the rate  of half a pound a clay until I went up  to 150 pounds, steadily regaining my  strength and feeling better.   I actually had to have my clothes enlarged,  not through corpulency, but owing to  a putting on of good flesh all over.  I have resumed my work  and ha/e  gone through  this severe and,sickly  winter  with  nothing  worse- than   an  attack of grip, which my system was  able to throw off without-, any serious  results.  /'I give this statement for the purpose of showing how Psychine has  probably ��������� saved my life., and in the  hope that others may be likewise  benefited by its use.  ;, '   ,    "J. A. GALBRAITH.",^  _t      \THE  PASTOR'S WORDS  "Mr. J. A. Galbraith is a prominent  member of my church, trusted by his  neighbors and very' highly respected  throughout the < entire community.  His case has attracted very considerable attention. * His was a pitiable  case, indeed*; -n the prime of life and  with the brightest of prospects to be  suddenly stricken down in the midst  of it all. Visiting him after his physician'had pionouncc his case hopeless" '(and, indeed, set the date at  about which he would likely pass  away), and obseiving pretty closely  his condition, U occurrccl to me that  -Psychine, which T 'hs.d used in my  own family with wonderful - results,  might benefit him. I strongly recommended it to him and he began its  use. The result was truly wonderful.  Almost ��������� immediately he began--to im-  piove and ,soon was able to be out  again.    He  appaiently- regained his  faim and to perforin them with com  parative ease and comfort. The improvement was permanent, and he  is .today apparently just as well as  ever. He gives all the credit for his  recovery, under >God, to Psychine.  "C. E. BURRELL,  '[Baptist Pastor."  THE  DRUGGIST'S WORD  "I have lead the statements made  by Mr. J. A. Galbraith and Rev, C.  E. Bun ell regarding the results of  the use of Psychine. I know both  gentlemen personally and can "heartily endorse all that they h'ave,* said.  Mr. Galbiaith obtained his supply of  Psychine at my drug store, saying  from time to time that it had done  him good. I took an interest in his  case and noted a" steady improvement.  Altogether I sold him about $15.00  worth. Psychine is having a big run  here, and so far as I know is always  used with  beneficial  results.  "RALPH E. SCOTT,  "Druggist."  "Forest, May 1st, 1907."  ACT3R AND CLERGYMAN.  Sir    Squire    Bancroft    Stirs ' London  Church  Congress."  The most-ciowdud ots&aioij of the  church congress was tliut addiessed  by Sir Squiie Bancroft on the subject  of the art ol leading and preaching.  There is nothing more deplorable in  the Church of England than the utter  absence 'of bratorial ability on tho  purt of .the nvr-rnge preacher. ' Sir  Squire Bancroft said:  "When we call to mind the rare  cost lavished upon choral services and  the pains and practice -taken to "-acquire skill to chant the litany melodiously why isn't the same labor be-  ' stowed on teaching young clergymen  ���������"to speak audibly? The first'duty of  a preacher,in to rhnke himself heard.  The second is that ho* must be impressive and convincing.  "As a humble member of /Various  congregations' I have heard many sermons. Most of them I have entirely  forgot, a few,I -will remember, till I  die. Why aro most sermons forgotten immediately? Because they are  badly delivered. Why are so many'  of the clergy who are simple! am-;  affected, delightful companions six'  days in the week clothed in artificiality on the seventh day?  '"Many preachefs know nothing of  voico production, using all the head  notes instead of the chest notes, and  in this way fall victims to the well-  known clergyman's sore throat. I  never heard of an. actor's sore throat.  "A'Bishop once aiked David Gar-  rick : ( 'Can you tell mo why you  players who deal with romance can  profoundly move an aud'ep-je while  we preachers who deal with reality  fail to do so?' Garrick answered:  '^es. It is because we plavers act*  fiction as if il, were the truth, while  you preachers too often speak of the  truth as if it wore but fiction.' "  Every curate should.pass an ex-  before  NO ADULTERATION  ABSOLUTELY PURE  The samo character as Japan, but Infinitely more  delicious.    SoSd  in the  same form as the famous,  "SAL.ADA" Black Tea, in Sealed Lead Paokets only.  At All Grocers'. '40c, 60c, and 60c per lb/    " ���������*  *M  ofd health and" was able To take up " ���������^t*o0",|)e>reTi,,C * '!!*������Ti t0  once again his old duties on his large cm?"nia ^\ ,Tt ���������*.** Tft ontlc T h���������  f.,,���������, ������������������,i *��������� ������������������..f  ii ���������..������i. ������������������..?���������    Ram one word to hurl I am sorr  Make a Frame House  Look Like Stone  By far'the most durable, moil siehtlr outa'de  finish for injr house���������makes it wanner winter;,  cooler lumrnen���������WMtbei-proofiit���������helpt males it  (lie-proof too���������that'i     "*���������     '  PEDLAR SVd-Wo-  Hundreds ofpalterni. lo tuit any idea jrou have,-  perfect imitation of brick, cut ���������tone, rough stone,  etc. Colt less than you'd thinlc for such value.  Send for ihe book about modem metal finish, for  oil kinds of structures,   it's FREE.   Address    213  The PEDLAR People     18C1,  Oshavra Montroa! Ottawa Toronto Lon on \VInnI|������e.c  sorry.   If  as an actor T have said one word to  'help I am glad."  The speech was received with great  enthusiasm, but-while Sir Squire Bancroft was deploring the inaudibility of  the average parson the meeting was  stirred to hearty laughter'by repeated requests to him from all parts of  the audiencp tn "Sppjk np!"_  ��������� AN OLD TIME DRINK.  No Reason For Alarm ,  A Kansas editor is guilty of the following: A couple were' recently mar-  lied. The ceremony over, the wife  began to weep copiously. "What's  the matter'*" asked the new husband.  "I never told you that I didn't know-  how to cook," sobbed the bride.  "Don't fret/* saTd" he, "I'll not have  anything to cook; I'm an editor." -  three. Ete seemed stunned for a moment, and, looking up, he studied mc  carefully in the lamplight, then, shaking his head sadly, pronounced his ver  diet:   . .  '-' 'My, but you are well preserved!'-"  ���������Harper's Weekly.  H. J. Pettypiece, ��������� Esq., M.P.P. publisher of the Forest "Free Press,"  writing under date of March 19th, 1007, says: _  "The 'Galbraith cure is consldeied a miracle h'eie. I know his case  was considered hopeless by his physician, -and that something had pulled  him together.   I have only-just learned that it was Psychine."  On  June   14th,   1907,   Mr., Pettypiece writes: _      _     _  "I saw Galbraith"in town yesterday., He is looking tlie pink of health  ���������says he never felt better, and that he is doing his share of the work on  the farm instead of being*' under the sod, where just one year ago, the  doctors told him he would be."  The' most wonderful medicine of the present time for the cure of all  throat, lung and stomach troubles. It actsvdiiectly upon the vital organs,  restoring them to. perfect health. It tones up the system-and makes rich,-  strong, pure hlood, and drives out disease of all kinds. Coughs, colds, bron-'  chitis, la grippe, pneumonia, chills, night sweats, and all run down conditions are speedily cured by Psychine. At all druggists, 50c. and $1.00  or at Dr. T. A. Slocum, Limited, 179 King St. W., Toronto.  *  SATISFACTION IR3 WEARING *  ing of the Road  How to Cleanse the System���������Panne-  lee's Vegetable Pills are the result of  scientific study of the effects of, extracts of certain roots and herbs upon  the digestive organs. Their use has  demonstrated in many instances that  they regulate the liver and the kidneys, purify the.blood, and carry off  all, morbid accumulations from the  system. " They are easy to take, and  their action is mild and beneficial.  '   -     Not Purse Proud.'  "They   accuse   us ,of  being   purse  proud," said Mr. Cumrox.  "How very unjust." replied his wife.  "Anybody knows that the amount  which could be put into a purse or-  even into a suit case would cut. no lig-  urr with us whatever."���������Washington  Star.  An Irishment on his way'home late  at night asked a pedestrian the.time.  The latter, thinking he was a dangerous tramp waiting for an opportunity  to snatch his .watch, swung his heavy  stick and knocked the Irishman down.  He remarked to the prostrate man:  , "It's 1 o'clock, and that's how I  strike one."  ' The poor Irishman scrambled to his  feet 'and rubbed his smarting head,  saying:��������� -  "Bedad, it's a mighty fine thing Oi  didn't ax you the toime an hour  earlier I"���������Dundee Advertiser.  .  Suggestive.  "Every, once in awhile," said -Jigginh,  "I notics-d my wife cutting wedding  notices out of the papers. I wonder  what she does with them?".  "Probably,'; suggested Henpeck, "she  pastes them in a 'scrapbook.' "���������Philadelphia Press.  *-a.*''*ti''������B*'a^  You cannot get as much wear out of anyother make  and for this reason alone you should insist on your  dealer getting them for you.  -   TRADE ������������������  SUPPLIED BY  ia   ������J>  WINNIPEG  ESQ  Jtmiimm  Refreshing  Switchel  and  the  Way   It  ,_ Used to Be Made.  "They  don't make it nowadays���������not  mostly.-   But  they   used   to  moke   it  years ago, and how good it was!   The  corn lot had to be cultivated, arid it  was a long way from the house, and it  was very hot up there on the hillside.  When.they loaded the'cultivator and  the hoes and spades on the stone boat  arid hitched the two horses to that dry  ground vessel, they sto'wed away as  part of the cargo a big stone jug.   And  when the corn lot was reached the jug  was stowed away  iu a shady fence  corner under the butternut tree and  covered  over  with   grass  to  keep  it  cool.   What was iu the jug?   Switchel.  It was made of vinegar, molasses, ginger aud water.   The water was drawn  from the spring beside the kitchen and  'was~as~cold"as*ice could have"inade~IL  And the stone jug kept it cold.  *The  vinegar gave It a pleasant acidity, the  ginger a little "tang"���������that's what.they  failed it up in "the country"���������and the  molasses just sweetened it a bit.   And  bow good.it was to go over into the  fence corner and take a few swallows  out of that jug of switchel!  Come on, let's go and get a glass of  ice cream soda. It will be_soinewhere  lbout the hundredth part as good as a  draft of switchel out of that stone jug  lu the fence corner iu the com lot up  In the countrv.  Where Weakness Is, Disease Will  Settle���������If one suffers from any organic weakness, inherited or contracted, thetcdisease will settle when it  attacks ,the body. Therefore drive  out thc pains .that beset you, do not'  let a cold or cough harass you, and  keep the lespiratory organs in a good  healthy condition. This you can do  by using Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.  Prevention is the wisest course.  LIR-JITED  For Three Reasons.  Teeth,*.' groaned the man with.the  aching molar, "are like money."  "What's the answer?" queried the  drug clerk.  "Hard to get, hard to keep and hard  to lose," answered tlie sufferer.���������Pueblo  Chieftain^.    . ._.  -Miserable All- The Time?  Dull headaches���������back aches���������low spirited���������hato  the sight of food���������don't sleep well���������all tired ont in"  the morning���������no heart for work ?        v  ���������will -maKe you well  Your kidneys are affected���������either through overwork, exposure or disease. It is the Kidneys that  are making you feel so wretched. Gin Pills cure sick  kidneys���������make you well and strong���������give you all  your old time energy and vitality. Cheer np���������and  take Gin Pill9. soc. a box���������6 for I2.50. Sent on'  receipt of price if your dealer does not handle them.  BOLE DRUQ CO.     ���������     WINNIPEG, MAN.    C8  MOTHERS SACRIFICE  Every mother knows how fretful thc  little ones are when they develop mumps,'  and tho many niglits rest she is called  upon to sacrifice.  Mrs. S. A. Hammond, of Mimico, says:  "My three children have had the Mumps,  and I used Zam-Buk for all of them with  excellent results.-/' Zam-I)uk did my' children a world of good, and I will always  keep it handy as a household remedy. I  .would recommend it to all mothers, and  "think that no'home should be without it."  Zam-Buk cures Outs, Burns, ChaDped  Hands, Ringworm, Sprains,' ��������� Bad Legs,  Boils, Ulcers, Running Sores, Scalp Irritation, Poisoned Wounds, Piles (blind and  bleeding). Abscesses, Eczema, etc. Of all  stores and druggists, 50 cents a box. or  *?am-Buk Co.. Toronto, on receipt of.  price.   3 boxes for $1.25.  ( \  A woman- is ns old as she looks,  after the leaf has been torn from the.  I'amily bible.    >  A Renovating  Hint.  The business of reliui-ng a coat, whtci  I3 so often necessary, can be very simply achieved In the following manner:  First remove balf of the old lining to  use as a pattern by which to cut out  the new one, leaving tlie other half  stitched to the coat to act as' a guide.  The nest process Is to unpick the  piece of lining which has been detached. -Lay it flat on the new material  and cut around the pattern, leaving  .enough for turnings. Sew up the  seams, leaving the arm seam open. tLay  the new lining over one side of tho  coat and baste it into position, unpick--  ing the remaining half-by degrees and  basting the new in its pjace.  The bottom, front and neck must  now, be neatly hemmed and the arm-  holes nnd underarm seams sewed up.  Any" material which is over should bo  gathered or neatly plaited Injo these  two seams. "Lastly, tho linings of the  sleeves must bo sewn up and stitchetf  to- J v_ .  An Unfortunate Interrt-otion.  "George was just going to propose  to me last night.'.'  "And what happened?"  "A tire blew up. and then he couldn't  think   of   anything   else."  The sacred crocodiles of Egypt were  burled with her proudest klujn*,'  Minard's Liniment Cures .Garget in  Cows-''        ' -  Do not delay in-getting relief for  the litle folks. Mother Grave's Worm  "Exterminator is a pleasant and safe  cure. If you love your'child why do  you let it suffer "when a remedy is so  near at hand?  There is plenty of room at the top,  but the elevator is not running for  most of us.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form of /contagious itch on human or animals "cured in 30 minutes  by-.Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  "It is a pity that there are so  many people who tell'falsehoods."  "Yes," answered Miss Cayenne,  "but think how much worse it would  be if we had'to accept all the gossip  we ; hear as positively true."���������Washington Star..  esperate  Coughs  Dangerous coughs. Extremely  perilous coughs. Coughs that  rasp and tear <he throat and  luags. Coughs that shake the  whole body. You need aregu-  Jar medicine, a doctor's medicine, for such a cough. Ask  your doctor about Ayer's  Cherry Pectoral.  Sweet Joy.  "I was just going to'ask you to subscribe to this purse for .libbles' widow  when I happened to remember that he  was your worst enemy."  "I'll be delighted to subscribe. Just  think how it will grind him wherever  he is."  Different Viewpoints.    .  "One woman." remarked the" mere,  man,-"is just us good as another���������if  not better."   ���������. ''  "And one man," rejoined the fair  widow, "Is just as bad as another���������If  not worse." ' '  Plenty of Them.  Mrs. Chatterton���������I always weigh my  words before speaking. Mr. Chatter-  ton���������Well, my dear, no one can ���������accuse you of giving short weight���������Ex-  ebanjre. ..." \ .'.���������'���������;   . y  W������ publlah eur formulu  J  Wa banllh alcohol  from oaf madlolnai  W������ urc* >oa to  oonaultyour  doctor  Two Men.  I know a'man who'd bles-ied with wealth,  llai everything ho wants but health,  yet ho's bad mannered, 1ms a knack  Of saying things behind one's back;  Is slangy, coarse, intemperate, swears.  Kelp, tradespeople, he never spares!  With almost every vicious trait,    ���������-*������'"  Ho's looked upon as being "groat!"    '  \ know another man wlin waits  On this great mnn, but, please the fatea,  Ho's not like him���������Is qultn polltoj  1 To sponk collotiulnlly, Is i'.whlto:"  Was never known or over heard  tter a blaspheming word;  y--,A    .     .��������� %. j. .a. ��������� l       1 hub not a gentleman���������oh, no!  do Its best work If the bowels are con-   m��������� training that far didn't g6j  stlpated.   Ask your doctor If he knows  jXnd yot 1 think between thoso two  anything better than Ayer's Pills for cor-   ; much profer tho in-st. don't you?  recti nf this sluggishness of the liver.      I -La Touohe Hancock In New York Prtjoa,  mmmtol>rih������t.O.Av**Qe.lhinrtU,V������Mr*    \ '  ���������>a������T'*,l*a-a**>*sa*aV-a|  For outdoor work,  for every day wear,  for   walking   and  driving, Elmira Felt  . *    Shoes are the warm-  Sold by  Leading est, easiest, lightest  Dealers   an(i   most   comfort-  able of all footwear.  The trade mark, shewu above,  is on the sole of every genuine  Elmira Felt Shoe and Slipper.  Look for it whenever you bay.  '  Blobbs���������Why do they call Pittsburg  the smoky city? -  Slobbs���������Because there are so many  millionaires there who seem to have  money to burn.���������Philadelphia Record.  ,    Among  the   greatest   composers   of  (the   day,   the   Philadelphia   Bulletin  mentions Paregoric. - .  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen.���������I have used MINARD'S LINIMENT on my vessel and  in my family for years, and for the  every day ills and accidents of life  I consider it has no equal.  I would not start on a voyage without it, if it cost a dollar o bottle.  CAPT. F. R. DESJARDIN,  Schr.  "Stroker," St.  Andre, Kamou-  rask*a. '  There are a number of varieties of  corns. Holloway's Corn Cure will remove any of them. Call on your druggist and get a bottle at once.  Frequently a man mourns his first  wife more sincerely after he has won  a second.  Minard's  theria.  Liniment    Cures    Diph-  POWERFUL ICE-BREMER.  Any good doctor will tell you that a medl-  ^nf,.  cine like Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cannot  f,",".  EASTERN  EXCURSIONS I A Good  Reason  The Cnti'iclinn Tucilic Railway Co. I "Now, then," demanded Lushrnan's  announce their iinnunl Eastern Ciniri- wife, the next morning /'what's your  da 'Excursions,, affording low round excuse for coining home in that con-  trip rates to Ontario, Quebec and the dition last night?"  Maritime Provinces. Tickets will bo "Well, ��������� to toll you the truth, mo  on,sale from Dec. 1st to 3lut inclusive, rli-ar," ho replied, "none of the hotels  good to return within three months, would take me in."���������Philadelphia  Tickets issued in connection with the Press.  Atlantic Steamship Business will  bo j       '  on sale from Nov. 23rd, and limited I "Johnnie," snid a mother threaten-  to live months-from date of issue, ingly to a naughty son, *'I am going  Two through express trains are opor-.to tell your father to whip you when  11 ted daily, and standard first-class ho comes homo to-night."  Bleeping and tourist cars aro attached to all through trains.   For full in-  "What d'ye think of this old millionaire I nursed? Actually asked  me���������"  "To marry him, eh?"  ' "No; to take a little something off  my bill."���������Louisville Courier-Journal.  iliiii  wmm  formation  apply   to  nearest  O. P. R.  agent.  "Please don't    do "that,    inothor,"  said tho lad  penitently.    "Dud's at  ways so tired whon he comes homo."  -rPhiladolphia Inquirer.  Winter Communication  With   Prince  .Edward   Island  Assured.  Hon. L. P. Brodc'nr, Minister ol  Marine and Fisheries, has recently  returned to Ottawa and resumed the  work of his department after an absence of five months. Mr. Brodcur  states that ,Canada is lo havo the  largest and most powerful ice-breaker  in the world, Mr. Brodcur said he  found several firms on thc other side  who would undertake to build an  ice-breaker and to guarantee that It  would run regularly between "Prince  Edward Island and the mainland  without getting cnught in the ice.  Tenders -will shortly bo called for the  construction of a boat of 6,000 horsepower capacity and a guarantee to  keep running.  The Minister of Marine states that  the Dominion is becoming bettor  known in Frnrioo.JIe stntod that "Le  Committor- Republican flu Commerce  de l'Tndustrc ct dn l'Agriculturo,"  which is similar to thc Chambers of  Commerce of Canada, will visit Cnn-  adn next summer Lust summer the  meeting was hold in London during  Mio lime tho Colonial Conference was  going op, juid thorp wore p. hundred  and "fifty'French representatives in  London. Mr. Brodour states that there  will bo ns many representatives visit  Canada next summer. They will not  only visit Montreal and Toronto, but  western Canada as wolL  The law of gravitation is one of thd"  laws that cannot'be repealed by the'  nolit.ifii'ins. *��������� ���������  politicians  J^ BAKE   DISH   makes, an  exceedingly   useful   and  much appreciated gift"*'   ,   .  \  AT $5.00 we are offering a,  dish'of the-finest silver  plate, having .a removable  granite lining, and richly orna'  mented handles. -  QUR large and handsomely,  ' illustrated Catalogue will  be mailed upon request show-  ing a very large assortment of  these serviceable dishes.  ', 'u  ��������� ":%  ''A  Ryrie Bros.,  Limited  134-1^8 Yonge St.  ,TOROi*TO     -: '  When ** sweets  lose their sweetness���������  and " substahtials,"  their charm���������there are  always MOONEY'S  PERFECTION  CREAM SODAS to  back  appetite.  1 -  you need Stanfield'a  BLACK LABEL  Underwear.  It is the heavy weight���������  woven especially for severe  wihter weather.  With   this warm,   snug-"  fitting    Underwear   next  vour skin, you won't niind  how low the thermometer  goes.  Look for the Black Label. -  ���������Stanfield's  U-ashrinKable  Underwear  140  An Infallible Cure  For* Spralni, Ringbone, Splint, Curb,  Swotnty, MmtDui and 8t>ft Bnhditi,  Kendall's Spavin Cure luu, no equal.  \ Montreal, P.Q., Sept. ti. "t*.  "I havx the care of a number of noma  and have uaed your remediea, which  alw*Yi proved Infallible." D. Saitttrgtron.  Be prepared���������keep Kendall'n always In  the ntable. Our book "Treatise oa lie  Hone" free from dealera or  JIaUtfia-.fi-rtf,  Br.B.J.  Kendall Co., -  Eaoiburg  Foils,  Vermeil t,  UJU.  ' a.  W.   N,   U.   No.   663.  *���������.,- '.Till ..    *.   '.s  THE    LEDGE, , GREENWOOD..,* BRITISH.  COLUMBIA. s  -IT"  LJ> -4.  ft*    i!   r>*\   "?  Prom l1'ranee, Holland and Jttpnxi.  .SEEDS, TREES, PLANTS :  r'or fall planun(j. Keli'iblc varieties at i't>asoii;ilili'*rjn'i(vH.. I-Vniliz  ers, 1'ee Supplies Spray Pumps,  Wpriiyiug Material, Cut Flowers,  ��������� ���������'e. Oldest "-(.liilishi'ii iiuri-'ci-v on  ll.e iiiiiinland cil' ���������!*. (.'. (.'iilnlii-^ur  tree.  M. J. HENRY  ������������������-mo vviwiiniiisu-i- i:������i:ui. \ i> vov vim.  Roofing Paint  I'iteh,   Tar.    Are, y<m   lnii]il-,i  <!������"|il!iill|i"|i|lll|li:ill||||i||llll|'ll!ll|ll'llllll|i|llll!IIIIIIIIIIIIIHI  f H. BUNTIffR  ������*"*.  li  GONTRACTOf  ���������}   AKD BUILDER  IH-.Ol'l ill  Wh"Jows, Doors,  Turned Work and  Inside Finish.  .SIlINd'IsKSJJIIICK. m\ I  MAriiTOSA  i ���������***;  u/ovoHook tl... i'.u-t. that ���������ak(,M   "u,jU     A llJit    ** MSLU   z-  timl-Hiv*   v.ill   dee.-.v   and    let-p. PHOKE   (-.fa     - ,.  , i       .....        *.   . ,   -%-..' ,....,,   mi.. i. .i.*.^  fii-wii llic still' I'l'iiiaiiiinj1 good  ''<'</'miii;iiiiii!iiiiii!!iiiii!,iiiiii,iiii:ii'iiliiiiiii::iii>ii{i>,iiiiiii!iiii miv:  i/or-d    part  of   \ tun*   l-tii']dm<r. '��������� '��������� "'"*"'  ""'"���������   milftftroofeovHOtl  with our, "fllC   KOOtCJlUy  -SalfiOtl  Pamr.   adds   hie.   appealanee;  and value to a buihliiiu'.    S-e  our    afti'itl,  'li*.   Vi.   JiiVliop.  firuPLUxood, 1*. 0.  Nelson Coke and Gas Co. Ltd.  ���������t"   m ���������T- ^ I  T-'iriiry t-wrythiii'*' out afc C'u?t.  rice ilu������ jai^e and well-as-orti'd line  ol' Arl .Squares at Clout-()iifc Prici'?.  A. L. White  Tho   Furniture   Him  Terms Cash.        'Phone lli.  Siiiidt'ii, JJ. t'., li,,1- ������i line ot ih-m"  brHCt-'i'. iiiiM!rp.������-r.M-sl in any uioiui-  Itiin town ol the- Great West. , A  (jlai.s of iU[i:a puni give.i free wiili  spirits iiiciiti.  MORRISON  Grand porks  and   Phoenix   *  Jeweler and Optician,  dealer iu  Fine Watches, High-Cla.-H Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc.  Jan-_ i- _MjfaMJfJ������#4ti't������ J^gl^tH H ,.Jan.-A  '"Pf-XfJ       ff   'f$y~\fj Oisi-owsi'oiitsiilc in 'Deoeinlier.    Por-, iniike up'tho loss was  to  add fi.fty  &  M X ������-</      1!L/JLjJLJ' -Lit 1-/ ! linn*   he  hud  been   looking at- a   rents fir* tho, price  of. suK-'cripMon'  NO Ski     IS *!*n,,������i���������>,*���������      .ri-i'     ,,    t1  ,  . '.    -.       ���������    ,       9A   '  ���������'/.    -u'i        -n^-i-,   Jho ^ost inexperienced Man M  I  .  ('sin Shave \\ it]Toi.s..7*.,,/., '<; ������,���������,,/���������,  ,,,..,��������� 'ELi  .  ,-     - --UL^*-,Scratch With a        ftvil  ^ ;; -SWEETY t  I  i  i  Priced,   For1 Sale by |  0  S*U ' V ��������� -      ��������� ' ��������� ���������  ���������  ' ��������� ^^'^^���������.���������gg'S^g.'-^^  *SES!*H*SES2  'jhjip^   he  luid   be^'ii   looking at- a  ,.. ,   ,          ,���������      ,          _         I clu-rrv llontinc in a jMaiiliiil.tan.  Is published evi-ry Ihm-'.iUiy til Green- *     ivonil.  11. C, ami the pi i.v is '���������: ayt'iT.,     'T|||J. ]a|(1   ",-������������������,, "{),'   yw(,(1on   wan  po-.li.Kt- l������wlo nil p.'.il-ol Crmada. TiilleU ; f)m) f)f i j.i(,.|,npt lnP1, w)l(,  pvP1. ���������.oro  l.tts's,   Mexico aii<l  Gic'tl   lUiUin,    To!  'i crown,    Id is lit He  wonder that  nhev .-oiii.ivie, ii .\ sent posipjid   l"oi-jll0 w.lp jj.^i^,! hy Ilis ^thject--. for  !-i   m  n    iwcif A.ldn-nLt.    fill      liaf'^kti*   (/t  'PIk*       > i   . ��������� ���������   . ���������������  ^������������������.50 a yenv.    Avltlress. till   letters to Tin  Leslie, Greenwood, 1',. C. >.  -R. T. LOWERY,  puBiiGHirn.  OUKKNwnoi) 11. c,   ni**,'. if), 19117  .tr*:'".^  <UN,Cln[^r ^ l>s 111:L^  T1IK P.OOZE mT.SINK.Sri.  oilTHERi  RAH  JL  T*  "S  oee  <^*^f  Greenuiood, S. C  The iildcht hotel in tlie city, ami still  iiedcr the; siuiie liiiinitiieinent. Komi^  euiifortribk;, meals eqiial to itn\ in the  t'ity, and rho bar ^p|>f)!,.(,.; only tho besr  '"01 ner of Oreeinvornl and (iovernment  .'tr.'e.t.s.  JrW. Nelson  The Cr-eentuood Bifaneh  Nelson  .  Iron Work  N im\>" i'i-i!piiri'il to nial'i1  all kind.- ol 1 j ofi. i'.ras- or  L'opper '.'<eilm������s.  l1ii.-s     \vu\ k  i  ! KOL'TK  OK  Till."  I  ORIENTAL   LIMITED  ���������j Tii.Ar.V   I.RAVKS  1  'MIDWAY DAILY S:5o A.M.  AKUIVK-s   6:25 V. M.  Clo.'-e uomieetioii ab Spokane for  Pacific ��������� nasfc and  Eastern  Points.  St:i������ie  to  and   from   Greenwood  met-is uains at. Midway,  i     '"or Kurtlu-r Pariicuiars Apply  IP. 11. Hi i:vmam. I). F. & P. A..     ,  I  Grand Forks. B. 0.  \Y. A. Kr.s-t.-A. (', V. A.,  Seattle.'Wash.  The death of Chnrles Gurrily at  Silver-ton after a heavy npree, and  while, lie was still partially drunk,  has caused J. C. Harris* one of the  Slocan   license commissioners,   {o  lio was a kin},' in every sense of the  woi'd.  ,Tiik workincnian seldom strikes  n������*aii)f*t the price of bonze or poker  chips. lTe is probably too much of  11 frentilein/in to make a roar about  the price of luxuries.  ��������� \M~i>ri.v(! would be more profitable  if the duties upon dynamite mining lnai'lu'ii'-ry. etc., were obliterated, P.rili-'h Columbia is .severely  taxed to support the. capitalists of.  Eastern Canada.  0\\i\(i   to  the   lively  times   in  Vancouver the  employers  find it  difficult to keep enough of work.011  ,        , ,,      ,     .,      .T',       1 hand,   and cannot supply the de-  write a sharp letter to  the,  Nt-l-on j )liam]_    Snmp  t,lt(,pri.4; ,e  News in which he sta es that the jK))mil(] rHs|l a ](>t of work j^ Vsln-  law plainly says that hotels shnll, f.0llV(l,. T,lonPaiulK fcil0re arc just  not siipply.liquor_ te drunken men j(,,my t() fil, ,]p Qu iL    Queei. what  (able fronie jieople have.  -V-*!   f*-* tf-utim.^..' J-J'^.r.%J  e JJ**tr'\**nr't������Kt-rBnr*.i*'amM-am  f<���������~  a  or permit gauil'ling upon their*  premises. Ife warns hotel keejieiv.  in his district that in future the  law will be strictly enforced. Tf  one rnaii breaks the law in a town  all the liceifses will he revoked in  that neighborhood, lie also thinks  that, the public, through their  apathy,,nrf-! largely to blame/for the.  many tragic and disgraceful events  "VVi* wish everybody on partita  Merry Christmas, and regret that  owii*g to the heart, failure of the  copper market we arc unable this  year lo present every nickc.lless  creatui'i'iu America with a corpulent goos,\ and run." of those plum  puddings like mother used to nvike  , hat have taken   pace   in   H10SI0-|iW|1L.n W(. ttl���������.n |llld   ,ml ���������0  can     Tf  the .public had  assisted ��������� |l()](ls .��������� om. ,.,���������*;.;   r^  the license commissioners the hotel j        ,- - -    -\  men would^ not have s.o often j Tnio stateme",7f(,r the vear end-  broken the law. Tn the past the, ilX()Vi)m,KT :>>(){U ��������� j,sll(i{] ,jy  .cense comnnssioners ,of HO, thu O.natlmu Dank of Commerce  have been under the thumb ol tne ; ^ j|oMi)o]. v ,;nn:L.kv. The  li(|uor_mei. and afraid tocprak out. , ,)ailk ,���������.ui(i v.ifllill* U)(! ^^ J)rofi,  but all these boards will  he  done  !..f.i-!.7.ri'_\:*|!>.i'7.     The   notes   of  *MI-f,t  ^liarltllleed.  Geo.  jVI. Holt,   mana.gei-r.;^  Arlington   Hotel!l  <tI:ick:s wood  Has -ample  accommodation   foi  lai'wc number of guesls*.    Pleasant  Hooin.-  and a  ('ood  Table,  day Dinner!- a* Specialty.  Mirs.   Ai>a Ili'iiNA'tii.  TiraffiOUT HOUSE  i.'flson. B. C, i<; run on the    .  li-.L' AinV-rii-iiii ami huropt;ari  iilan.   Noihin^ytllow abo'tl  tht* liovj.se except the ftold in  l'-e wile,  M(.\loi?c  CMKiSTMAR   KXCfRSrW f  IJATES  jVIont'real. Toronto and all*  tfl points west thereof in On-  ������? tario and (>ucbec. Quebec.  *? St. John, Halifax and other  X Maritime" F'rovince Cities,  ^ rates on application.  ,| Tiokets'on "sale daily J)ec.  1st to Dec. '-list, round trip  first class. Three months  "unit.  c*v   .Trcgi IlllS 1^    Old Country  Bates  - ���������.���������......I,, ������������������ i....... iS'fax, St. John or PortU:  The. Windsor Hotel       |g  of lirarnl  I-'orks,  II,  C, c-.turs lo 1 @  return  IJali-  ?ind and  -P  .75 -  millers, ini-di'iuicsaiirl smelter Mien I *r  A   B. Sloan. rvTaiiager  ���������*������Wal ������ZJ*5tlMXVK3imn  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. C.  Is a   conJortable   home   for   all  who tr.ivel tti tJiai" city.  COCKLl-". & PAPWOKTH.  Hotel Ladysmith  The l>cH-;i;.'!iiHiti'il worUiiigiiiin'-  l.otcl in tli������ tilvi '[*in' fini'St of  li'ii-.. s?"( !<���������'<! with tin' be"! \Vin("i.  I.iipi'ir>- iu.rl Ci:.'i������rs. r.i-jlitcil with  KU-i'li'it-ilv . If ���������! aif'l cold hntln  liiiti"-: ll'i.'iifl .-iiiil IIoiiiii, Jl ;i flay  OLA I.'rl'VTAI)   -   ���������    I'Kof'IIIKTol!  Tietiirn Ocean Fares.: Saloon, SI Ol .-,0: Second, 87(V;  Steerage. $.*j.*), arul up according to steamer.  away with after the hrst of .ianu- , tho ,,,���������,. .���������  Hn.ul.t,iou  ,ire worrh  ary, outside  of the   cities  and ������ '������'jov,.r ni.,M inillionfl  of  dollars, and  cr-Mitinc ol licenses- wdl   be m the ; ,hfi va,nil |4f ,,..,... liun,u       ���������,,.���������.,  hands Of   he provincial   pplir;e.     It . ������j,r,.i<i,noc".     I>.ivi������f,-*iho vcar fom-  is thought   by this method that   a;(livid.-���������ds were paid  anioiintinr to  betler  chvok ran be icept- upon   I.n . ^^ (:i.nt   ^v simmm.    This  hotels, and the public sateguarded j A b.lu]. has j(.,t ihljrtlir(I t|(0  from unscrupulous : men m ilie!,.,,.olion of ft llall(|some Imildinji in  b.iMness. u, is to he hoped that, X(,K)11< ail(J h if! t0 )((. i.oped that  the law will also see that notamp, ������������������,���������,. d , nne wil, ,Jt. {.rC(.twl j,,  but, pure liquor is sold. Some ������f, C'rccnwood  the dope served as liquor in taverns '   ���������:������������������  here and there savors--of home! l-i*.-* maje.>tc is a crime, in Kug-  inaniifacture and is unfit for a- hog i land just as well as in'Germany  to drink. 'Attention should also he j and other countries. To place a  paid to the cigars, for when a man \ s'amp upside down on a letter oi  pajs a, hit for a weed he should get | d-.'fnce. a coin i- against (he law. It  something better than perfumed j i.*- also punishable to m-c a dis-  cabbace leaves, and the floor sweep-; carded   uniform  of   the  r.rmv or  cents to tho, price of. subscription''  for all papers'going out ,o'f tho-  country, but as that has resulted  in tlm loss of from (iO to 8,0. per cent  of the American subscribers the  iron is entering into their souls and  the result will be .many disgruntled  men who feel that they.have been  .goaded past the point of endurance  and will demand a- reckoning.���������  Uedlev (Jazette.  , .   >      -  , .   ,     ������-  A souvenir spoon is a clue i-i-i's-  ei,'-at  thin ' season.    See t!i"m at  Cole'.-; I'ook store.  ��������� Sung: in Nelson.        ,   ,  The municipal elections in "Nelson will soon be on. iind .sonie.iu  Nelson an singing Ihe following-  song :  John JlqiiMu'i was a tVUor that was alius  .  cinmin'strife;    ��������� "'*  Iff couldn't .'(���������lilt; down  in .quifttudo to  save his lifo.  The, ii('ishl,X'i-s said ho did no work, ex-,  cofit ������h(i������sin' theirs:  Ite oven ������';lvu advice about their family  affairs. . '   '"'  "Twas ';e very be rly clear the road" when  lie would drive the dray,  tic was so'Traifl a hosts wr.uld balk lit-  made him run away.  And yet lift had bis usefulness, because  ..   beyond a tlnnht.      '  Without him  there would never be eo  "   much'to talk about.  But folks cnt tired of liven' in a tumuli  all the tiitnj; ��������� '  Tliey'lhreateiieil, and  persuaded John  to seek a foreign dime,   -  lie. stiirLetl in a raisin' Cain, jes' like he  did with us,  An' ������-f- honestly felt  lonesome, missin'  all his nois.; nri' fu>s.  An' the ureal est relaxation that we gol  from'day to dav  Was tnlkin' 'bout the tidings from John  Houston, far away  An' linally Jim Neelanda sav.sfa-fetchin'  ou: a -igh):  -'I wi-ht Jolm'd come back!"   An'we  all answered: "Sodo 1'"  i  Satchels and,hand-bags for ladies  ,'intb wallets for gentlemen at 'J.' li.  f'oles".  ���������   IN THE LARDEAU.  ^CdW^jsd fee. JjtW fa-czijw lOW' ���������!  Supplies electricity For -Power, Light, Heating*  'and Voptilalion. ' Power'jFurnLshod-,'to mine's  for lioistingand air-dompresaoV plants/Avitlra  f\J\   g'uamntcc 'tliiit 'the service will be contihuous;  l^Sj   Get onr rates before compJetihg yonr estimates  K^*5aCS3!fe3K^*5  ������.' ������O������tr:c������*ss������*^������0'3^'J������3������ I  l'|.jp   RMRkl'^' f:. C'C\ "I  0 #   ���������' ' ������������������   ��������� ������������������'������.%������  O. e  gaaziaraasaB-n^A'M'g^js^ , g  9  1 k .''.���������'-'.      -   Dealers in- . g  | o.F?pesh and/Salt Meats, pish and Poultry I I  0   9 ' . -  _    . ������  6  I | Shops in nearly .all the towfis-of' Boundary and  k  '    ��������� the Kootenai*.     ���������.' . '*  <9  ������  f&easef^e.fM^aoo^v*^  fj^&tt������mWQWSfirQ^^������13tt2������QQtta������&fi W������!a������������5iS<Be*Khte 99c  9  c-*  s  I  9  ������  v  .Is'opposite t.he(;reafe Northern "depot", and is a delightful I  haven Jor the weary traveler.    GrCab veins of hot water |  run thnuioh the entire .house. ,and bathrooms * are-ftlwajs |  at the service of those in search of material cleanliness. ������  I rie  dining room is au imi-my to  dyspepsia,   while  the S  ,,  artistic appointment of the liquid refreshment room makes ������   %  -the drinks go down like eating fruit in a /lour garden, a  |1  J he sample rooms are the largest in the mountains and t  a plejisure to di-iunmei-s'with big- (runks.       '    " "-'  "  JAS. MARSHALL,, Prop, %  ings of a cigar factory.  A hard load nnikes strong men.  navy in a  theatrical   perfntnianct  and   to   slap   the   face,   however  slightly, of King   ftdward- is nun-  isbnble by death,   ijieutenant. 1'ape  Yolt may win if you have  faith ' cnee --truck Queen   Victoria with a  in yourself. ,       ,c*me.    lie was .sentenced to death  i/ut thxi queen  commuted "hi.* scn-  Monkv that  comes easy  generally has wings.  Tin: striking of a few more blows  often makes a mine.  Tiiksic are  the  short days that  must soon pass away.  IjIKK a drove of hogs man would  wander if faith were dead.  concentratoi  It   is  estimated  that the True  We presume ihe same Jaws  Fissure group has S3.000.000 worth  apply lo Canada, so  it is just' at j of ore in ������ight.    ThiS-group will be  well  lo  be.careful   wheu  putting   worked next .summer.  tence.  A sawmill with a. capacity .of  (i(',00() feet a day ,is.- nearly coin-'fj  pleted at, Gerrard. A waterworks,  system litis been installed tit- Gerrard which supplies power for  electric lights," ele..���������  The iMiindy Lumber company  will put.'in a sawmill at Trout  f.;d;e, and h,is already invested  S'JO.OOO for a site and a portion of  the townsite.  For eighteen months 25 men  have been working on the Broadview.and have- opened  up enough  ������������&^*'*''-*������.;-m'W  irv  ore to warraut  the  building of a  stamps on your letters, etc.    Royalty must bo respected.  For particulars  call   on local  ngents or address  .1. -IIOI*.  !>. I'.'A., Nelson,  rf) I.. .1, COil.M, A. O. I*. A.  ip Vnnroiivcr  ^^^^,Vt,t^ '���������"^'SV-SyO/G^?^ I*V^������V'<IV^  -. A \rAXC(u;vi:u hotel' advertises  that it has blissful beds.' Must  have an etrinal spring, arid a call-  bell so you ceil  touch if.'iii the dry  _/ ���������. I.inoniema   of  the   earl*,*   mornin;<.  It is safer  for the  weak  not, tu j ['crhaos the licks contain  straws  loiter around oue of Satan's shops, i lony enough to  reach this bar, aud  .iT      7     ~       r , ' ,      J the jiillows are stufTt-d with feathers  Give neither truth nor falsehood  fn)m the wi       of        t^    .rhor|.  a chance  to  throw  slag at   your  character.  Yai.v regrets will not bring back  the summer wages  that are  dead  Choice' Fruit  LANDS  For Hale at S|o, $]2 and ������lf)  " Per Aevu.  R. J. STpEL  NELSON. B. C  ++* munx* ���������������, %mm>mi  SlMiLKAMEEN LAUD DISTRICT.  rn!.;;'.i<"r  or  I'A I U.  'I'AI.I   .N'rriOl', il.il llumn, >'iVI"il'i.n >"i,ul-  ) nun <���������( A uncut.(In. ll. On KWiipuiloii .i-itriioiiidr.  1 mldiiil^lii Cpjily f'ir |H:rill!H'tl(.n In |M!ITlm������". llm  folI.iivlliK   (li'Htji'lliiiil   inii'll   Cut/iiiU'i������������������clnjt' Jt*   ^  L IiOtt 'iliintiiilnt lit"��������� itorrli vci'-l ('Ornsir of lul  .').VWI,   tlli'liei'   ������'"'.ir  ���������!',' iililillH.   tlitllicu  "lulltJl ,'.':<  iiiialiik.iiiiiiici1 cmt ;'������ ('Ii.'iliiri, tlii'iics.' mirili':.".  flmliiit !���������) f-ln' i>mI/i' nf cusuiiiiMii'i'iii'Mit., ii rid .'(tii-  ln/ni'iir; I .��������� :icr.-i ni'iff nr Ic^'i,  |i;i(,..i Mil. iilli if it v <>f N'uvi'inl it, H'i-7.  ���������' ll'IMAS ,VI(*I|OlSOX COl'l-Su**.  Convenieiifc-i-Roomed Cob-  also   a  li-Roomed  I louse.  tage  Bealey Ia.vestii.ent and Trust  Cu.lll'ANV.  and gone.  In Chiuu it ni  difference  upon   which sidn of the  wall you are born  A  M(')i*Ai,  wave  seems to  havi-  is nothing like a  blissful bed, especially in  Vancouver, where you  can recumbently  recline and linten'  to.the soft swish of thy r.iiu against,  tho window, and   the   pitter-patter  ��������� The workings of the Silvqr'Cup  are now down !)00 feet. A new  20-drill compressor plant'has been  installed.- The ore has improved  at depth.  At Camborne the Silver Dollar  mine and mill is steadily running  with good results. '   ���������  It is fully ''xpected that this  coming summer the C. P. R.' will  extend their railroad from Arrowhead to Gerrard.  ��������� Splendid aFsortment of Christinas cards at Cole's book store.  as good now as Toronto.  ��������� ��������� . --  i     In  all   ibis  counti-v there is no  -- ofalittle.'11115-sary  from  J.-i.w. as; finpi. tiispiJiy   of Chiriaware  than  akes eoiiM<h-r;.l>.������  he glides to your room with ���������. life- i Cllll bt, ������������������[,��������� \t tllB storo  of j. L>  " "'r���������-'���������.':.<;,'v'.e.,.'���������il !<;������������ Collins    WlL'������.-f_(l. Coles in (Jreenwood.  dob Printing at The. Ledge.  ��������� .. AValerman's Ideal Fountain Pen  can be piotaired at the store of J. is a treasure to possess. ' Always  L.   Coles.      They   make   a   nice; ready to operate  when   filled with  Ids. ink.    See them at  the  store of J.  be the blissful bed, and we hope  it  barf come to slay.  struck (Jreonwood, and it is almost j    >sl(iig)ls M!i���������,.,,:,���������,," 1V)r hoyH ���������./,,.,.,���������  2e-  Kind's Liquor Scdtcli Whiskey I  .      -x '   12 Years Old I  J. W. Hurmesters White PorL* * M  Jas. flenncssy <t Co's 3-Star Brandy.  GREENWOOD LIQUOR  00.  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B. C.    ������.  A  agg'it'BB-saBfa**^^  mfmVfVKL.  Ls under the 'management of Creig & ATorrison. The  rooms are comfortably furnished, and the bar contains  the bt-st"brands of wines, liquors and cigars.  I  ^1%   1 WWasV WS?  t ���������  &S3  Is the best appointed Restaurant in the interior of  JJritith Columbia. The best cooks aud most attentive  waiters only employed.    Open all the time  fioward mocre.' Proprietor.  Masskv says that, the martyrdom!!''   .VOJw'      ll,f^   l,I'l,kle.   !l   "  todav brings  victory  ton.orrov,*. jthnHUmls   ������v^nL     m"W'   '  to papa.  There is no shut-flown at the  factory in -Nelson, where the Royal  Seal Cigar is  made,    it is .still be-  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT  CO-OWNERS.  To Mm i \;,-mi. Anion ,n. .mil W, T Sinl'h.  /HI- .Ply n'lli'l- |.|Mi.ts ni' |ii>r4(ilw to IV-liralTI  (In v mm lint... fiiin.'fi'ni.ii tlii.li' Inton.sta  _ in the Culuinliiis Miricuil clului. si'tnntf In  Siimiiill Ciiini,, -jn Mn, riiiciiwunil Minliii;  IlKMonijr Yiilc ONdli-l, mid ri'iHinlod In  tlie Mining Krcsirdnr'n ntlli'c.is.1 0rectiwpo<l,  (i.e.:  *i iiimukI I'K-li ,)f vmi. hid lu'ruhy niitUit'd  tii il I Iiiuc c^| s'liili'il rlio -tmi nf three limiilrcil  dolliii'i l.'i'iiiii) in litlinr n'l.d ni'iirdlnir ((ft on  tin. iilw/vi iiiikiimI nilnciiil cliiliti in i nlei- Id  linld flic fi.uni. under tlie provl'IciiM nf section  ' I uf tie-Mill, i ill Aft: .mil tii t c if. m-HIiin ll',  liiy rriiiii tlh'd.iln nt I liM lintleii, ymi diil 1,1  '���������i.fii i" in i nnrrlliiiiL .vmn |ir>>|ioriinii nt die  efnt-iiiiiil r-xi'i usiiriir>��������� Alini Atrnt^ Uidi'r.nii  icv(..|it'.-lh(!i|i'll:ir.< (Vii'.iH), mitl W.'f. Hnittli  ktt'niify.tivi-ilull.iM rj:. i������i;--r.ir Mi'o tlireo ye/ir*  ijllsllilK llin :i|v, liny nf Miiy, Jf������)7, ruKuilii')' \lltll  till'cost.���������( of i'ltilverliitltiK, .yutir InttTiiiilsi in tlie  Hiild (iliilnl will livpiirnn vei.tol in tho iindi.r-.  <lirm!it. tuitliir Si>f. I of tliii Wtnontl Ac.l, ,\ tiiiind-  'iriiiiir} Arti; lili/i. , ������������������ i ���������'  Diii.e.l nt Clri'dtiwood, ������. C, t.lil.n lltli day of  Oi't'i.'lnlicr, I!������l7. ':   '  ������������������'1 .  ��������� ,)A,V1K.S V, CUNNIUQHA.M. '  *>l  If (hatisfo we  will   be  all right  next summer.  Tni'i'i'' is no truth iu the rumor  that this oflice refuses to take v.'ood  for subscriptions from  the fanners; inB  fJ'*'f>l:',-l   i������  all   parts   of   the  around Creenwood. '      j JJoundary. ,  Postal Rates.  The, constant changes in the postal rales, and every one of them  increasing the burden of tlie pub-  li-ilsen,   both   by   nieddlchOine  de-  .      .. .   - ��������� .    ,. .     fails of (heir  work,   such  in regti-  hardly enough of the lle^yloi..ake ,.ltin    fiizt, ()f  fol(|? ,lvIt, of w '  fi. Cole'.  Nut a Kotind is lieaid, not, a gun  is Hied, and yet, in bub a lew (lays  the law suys thnt we must, luivs a  mtniiciptd election.  So far this season  we  have  had  even   a   short    poem  " Beautiful Snow:"   '  upon    the  . In speaking of building a mill-  dam near'Alderraere,'the >, Port K������-  siiigton Sun uses an 'V in dain.  Thin is infra dig and  unnecessary.  TifKUK   aro   worse   placci  than  Phoenix.    There., aro   only   thrci.  iiiKes of whiskey inf Hazeltoti, inn  no  chance   to gel) utiy, niore fur  '���������.'iii* editor ol a paper in North  '.Viincouviji' says "that he saw rosea  in mi hotel of that city that vvere  months'.  . '*������i*  pi rig, etc. .'^19 well as higher cost in  getting papers into the, hands of  the subscribere, has at last iirouned  the slow-going publishers of tin-  east. For a long time party fealty  forbade the\publisher'H of Liberal  papers making any kick, anil so  long as they could p:iy the increased  postage in bulk they endeavored to  make light of it, but the last change  .whicli necessitates buying one-cent  stump:* by the cargo and, patiently,  liekiiigthem each week, Is proving the last straw;. 'Mid now Liberals und Conservatives'alike are  kicking.   (The first efcep taken to  General Merchants, Midway, 13. C.  Uay and Grain ahviiv-.s  ou  hand.   Sloiii'lis   and  Wau'on.s and ImplemenTs .  ol' all   kinds carried  in  .slock.     The- very   best,  goods   at right   prices.  SIMILKAMEEN. LAND DISTRICT,  DiSTiiiirr  or  vai.i*.  taki: .vii'rioii'iiiii������;i)nyiii Soiiic'r.nniiiyi,  nf .Midivny, 11. (J , ku:i ii|i:in'.iii, >el( rliinr'' >in'.  (fdii.n, IiitoniN lo ii|i|ily l(ii' (iiirinlMrtioti to fitir-  idiii.ii: tliu foHowitut tliinw 'hint litntl: '���������'   ,  tliiitinieiuiiiiK n.1 ft jiri-st iiliiiit.o.l nt the tinitli  ivo.it, iirii'iuir of lot! KM, V/c'lt li'orkof ICetiln,  rlv(irrtli'jiit:i,' ivo.-fc -W (.'lialns, tJit'iH'i* -frturli Iu  tdiiifii.', Uii'tKit! omtiirt (>|iii,Imh, Uii.'iicci 'iiiiflli In  i.iliitiini In Hid point ,tif t'omiileiici-iiienl., e(Ji|.  [itinld/'Siliif.Tijs, more ni'liiss, I  DltllKtVlHt, Dct'uliHl', IW,7,  DAVID SOME 'iMMMLYiV.  fs {'he best furnished hole! in the boundary  district. ��������� Ir is healed with steam and  lighted by electricity. Excellent sample,  rooms. Tho -bfti- is always abrenst'-of the  times, and meals aro .served in the "Cafe  ������ sit any hour, day or night. m  lllraiest J. Cartleir, Prop.y  Ls tliu lioine for all tourists  and niilliotinires viiiiting New  Denver.   Iiritisll [ Cnliimbia.  HENRY   STEGE.   PROPR.  STAEKEY ;&) 00,  NELSON, II, C., '  wilOU'SAW'   ' .!   ;     ,..''.[  DUALKRS  IN .  Produce.- and ���������Provisions  .. "���������   /������������������. '. .������������������   ��������� ���������       '���������������������������'���������������������������  J. E.,Cameron'.', -..v  ���������Mnwi-ttwn  Leading Tailin- of Lho  KootonayH.  HtM*As*%*Mp*V*Lm.'*niJmt*0* ++,A  The Hotel Slocan';  Tlnct! 1'orkn, H.C, i������ the loading  liolul of the'cityi ��������� Mbuiitiiiri/lrout  jiiid'giime din nets n specialty.  Rooirw rcHftrveil liy leli-griii-li. j  ; Hugh WivEN.Frop.,) ,(  41  |2?'HiTP!*^*w^"*,^!,'wl*,-sr'*  .,.V;..,

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