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 I'.;,'   l:.;;..r'.Uj  I ',       !  'I   'I. I  :^/)i*fc.  '^^^^^^   ���������'   / if A I'M  w  THE  OLDEST, MINING  CAM?  NEWSPAPER  IN  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  Vol.   XIX.  GREENWOOD, B. C," THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13,   1912.  No.' 32  ���������pimmfHmmmmmmmmmmmtnmmmmmmmniK''  | Winter' (Clothing  CAPS, MITTS,,, OVERCOATS, SWEATERS  AND MEN'S, UNDERWEAR OF EVERY  X , ". , DESCRIPTION     "  ������������������v  e  | P. W. GEORGE &C<  g   COPPER STREET       / .     GREENWOOD, B, C,   =|  Our Beautiful Display of Gifts meets  all requirements from first to last. We  have a most Complete Assortment of  'Presents that Everybody Appreciates.  Pleasing and Beautiful, at the. same  time .Practical .and Useful.  For the Christmas shoppers  in' Stove's, ' Blankels, ' Quilts,  Mattresses, Dishes, Trunks and  Valises...  Phone 16  IITE  Greenwood, B. C.  Around Home  P  Only One Quality  THE BEST  William C. Arthurs  THE  BREAD & CAKE  BAKER  ' Vienna Bakery, Greenwood  ^  Greenwood's   Big  Furniture Store  ������  matters for all  Floor Coverings  -Make your room-cosy'and comfortablefor-  the" "Winter' with one of' our- Velvet   or  Tapestry Carpet Squares.    Just New In.  Also'   New " Linoleums    and"  Mattings.  T,M. GULLEY & Co.  Opposite Postoffice. .  .-, ��������� .GREENWOOD, B..C._        Phone 27/  ATTRACTIVE JEWELRY  has "seldom been gathered in such  an extensive display as the one we  ,are now showing.    We know you  will become interested. Not only in  THE ODD DESIGNS    i  ' ���������  "but with the prices that we have  placed upon the articles.  If you want to see the prettiest  Chains, Lockets, Brooches, Pins  and Stone Set Jewelry ever shown  in this town, come now.  A. LOGAN & Co.  GREENWOOD.     -     B. C.  St. Jude's Anglican Church  Advent Services: Matins and  Holy Communion, ii a.m.;  Sunday School,2:30 p.m.; Evensong, 7:30 p.ni; Evensong ancl  Litany, Fridays, 7:30 p.m.  Rev. Franklin Watson, Vicar.  BOOMS   TO   LET  Iu the Swayne House, Silver  Street. Clean, private and comfortable rooms in a quiet locality  at reasonable rates. Hot and cold  baths free to guests.  , The: Toronto.Christmas Globe  at J. L. Qoles.   ���������,_   ,,  J.,E.,McAllister,has opened an  office in Toronto,  Many new settlers are buying  farms at Rock Creek.  ;      .        ���������   .. . 1  - The Oddfellows will be dancing  in'Grand Forks tonight.  "Lard is still $1.50 for lOlbs at  Brown's,* Ferry,* Wash."  W, J. Devitt has been appointed  chief of police in'Nelson,  A car load of autos will .reach  the.Boundary this'winter.   ���������  Please order your Christmas  flowers early at Kennedy's.  Born.���������On December.2, to Mr.  and Mrs. Plant, a daughter.     1  This ista poor season for Ko-  kanee trout'at Christina lake.  Send,that favorite broken pipe  to W. G. Kennedy'for repair.  C. Kinney has received a carload of lumber'for retail purposes.  ; ' ���������        -  Fred Knight has sold his house  in Grand Forks to J. C. Jackson.  Skates ground at A. L. White's.  Born.���������On November 28, to  Mr. and'Mr's.' Dominick Lange, a  son.    ���������    '       ' --  Steps are under way to organize a senior hockey'team in Greenwood.  S. M. Johnson has gone east to  spend tbe winter in Stratford,  Ontario.  J. E. Russell returned on Saturday from a' trip to Calgary and  Edmonton.  If you wa'ri't 'a fine Swedish  Rye Crisp call on'L." A. Smith &  Co., Anaconda.  Thomas Hanson brought his  four-year old son ,to the hospital  on Saturdav, *-*���������"* .--..-  , Christmas Cards in , many  prices, designs and varieties at  John L, Coles Book Store.  Born.��������� At the Mother Lode,  on December 6, to Mr. and Mrs.  Thomas Bray, a daughter.  A fine assortment of Christmas  toys just received by L. A. Smith  & Co,, in Anaconda.  The Star says that Patsy Clark  will shortly operate in Leadville,  and other Princeton camps.  Sam Roberts is out on bail. He  is the man who stabbed Hugh  Lisle at Grand Forks some time  Some Delicious New Fancy Lines of Inv  ported and Domestic Confections and  Novelties, Christmas Stockings & Cosaques  New Season's Figs, Nuts and Fruits  Fancy Goods, a Specially Fine Selection of  Case Pipes, Pouches, etc,  WALTER   G.   KENNEDY  WANTS. Etc  Eor.Sale.���������One ,30 inch Box  stove, 84 00. Kinney's Blacksmith shop.  For Sai,e.���������A No. 1 Westman  & Baker, .Gordon press.. The  Ledge, Greenwood.  Fok Rent.���������Furnished houses.  A. L. White.  For Sale.���������New light Common sense bob sleigh, complete  for $65.00.   A. L. White.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  ::':; '.'���������; MONEY  ORDERS    '���������*,"  Issued by The Canadian Bank oPGommerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remittingismtall sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any'hank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and,in; the principal-ckies ofthe United States, arc  the following rates: ! '  $5 and under .....^    3 cents  Over    5 ancl not exceeding *,$10    6    '  ���������"    10 ���������).������������������" " 30.. ....10     "  "    30      " " 50............ 15    "  issued at  8.0  REMITTANCES ABROAD  should bo made by moans, of our SRECKAly FOREIGN DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable rates.  :.���������;,;  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  ;!. t. BEATTIE;    -    Manager of Greenwood and Rock Creek Branches  Wantkd. ���������About twenty-five  turkeys. Must be good ones, to  be delivered in Greenwood not  later than 21st of this month.  Apply to Box 33, Greenwood,  B. C.  Wanted.���������To know if Austin  Louis Bishop, is alive. Last  heard from five years ago, from  Boundary Falls, B. C, aged fifty  years/medium height," gray-blue  eyes, small scar on right temple.  Trade, machinist. Any infor.  mation thankfully received by his  sister.KMiss Lois Bishop, 281 E.'  Market St.. Akron, Ohio.  The entertainment in the Auditorium Thursday evening promises to be full of fun/; The Police  Court by local amateurs will  bringdown the house. During  the day the Ladies Aid of the  Presbyterian church will hold a  sale of work.  While at play last week an  eighteen months child of Wm.  Phillips fell down and broke an  arm.  Almonds, walnuts, filberts and  many other kinds of nuts at the  store of L. A. Smith & Co., in  Anaconda,  Tom ��������� Hemmerle and Frank  Mosher are in Victoria. Thev  are planning to start a restaurant  iu that city.  Up to Wednesday Johnnie  Oppenheimcr had not been apprehended, for stabbing his stepfather on Monday.  Christmas stockings, tree decorations and confectionery for  Xmas trees at specially low prices  in quantities at Kennedy's.  After working all summer on  the section at Midway, Old Tom  has returned, aud opened a laundry next to Fook Lee's in Chinatown.  The court of revision on the  voters list was held on Tuesday.  There were no complaints or objections to any of the names on  the list.  Waterman's, Ideal Fountain  Pen makes an ideal present. You  can buy them from John L. Coles.  He has them in prices ranging  from $2.50 to $10.      :  Service m the Presbyterian  church next Sunday, December  ISth, at7:30 p. m., Sunday School  and Bible Class 2:30 p. m. Rev.  J, R, Munro Pastor.  There will be a large attendance at the masquerade ball on  the 20th in Hanson's Hall, Rock  Creek. Get your costume ready  early, and avoid the rush,  . Cap Chappel is in town after  spending five months with the  Indians at Toroda Creek. Cap  said that he had all the Indians  trained to vote the right way.',  The entertainment in the Auditorium on the 12th will cause  many a ripple of laughter. Do  not miss the Court' scene with  Judge Dewdney on the high seat.  There are 700 men working between Carmi and the Summit.  The steam shovel at Carmi is  busy, but the one at the Summit  has been silent for several days.  Get in on that Christmas drawing at Kennedy's a free chance  for lady or gentleman with every  SO cent purchase till Christmas  Eve.  See,the brass goods at the store  of John L. Coles. Jardiueres,  Fern Pots, Vases, Clocks, Tea  Kettles,'Candlesticks,' and Smoker  Sets. Just, the goods for holiday  presents;  Don't be a Christmas' rusher  and get red in the face. Order  early and save your time and  temper. You know what those  last few days before Christmas  are���������Be wise!  As far as could be learned,  Robert Gaw and McDougall &  Lequime, ail of Grand Forks, are  the only contractors who sent in  tenders for the building of the  Greenwood postoffice.  The members of St. Jude's  Guild are notified that there will  be a special meeting held in the  Hall, Wood's block, on ��������� Friday,  December 13 at 4 p.m. A full  attendance is requested..  Mrs.' Dorothy Thompson and  Mrs. McKay have dissolved partnership and in future the business will be conducted by Mrs.  Thompson, who will pay all bills  and receive all accounts.  i. Rev. R. ,W.v Williamson,^.general secretary of the B. C. Sunday School association, will give  an address on Sunday School  work, in the Presbyterian church,  Fridav evening at 8 o'clock.  A choice range of fancy goods  and Christmas cards some extra  good values in pipes, etc., suitable  for Christmas gifts at Kennedy's.  There were. 600 entries in the  Poultry show at Grand Forks  last week. T. Bowen won most  of the prizes, and J. A. McCallum  second. J. T. Nopp, A. E. McKay and Sater & Johns took several prizes.  A. S. Black is on.a business trip  to Idaho and Spokane.   Before  ! Western Float  are   scarce   in  returning he will visit the scenes  of his youth at the coast. It is  sixteen years since he was at the  salt water, and he will be amazed  at the progress made in that time.  The receipts of the Grand  Forks Agricultural Association  this year were $3,740, and the expenditure 83,984. The assets of  the association amounted to $17,-  500, and the liabilities 84.9S3.  Fred Clark was re-elected president, W. E. Hadden, secretary.  R. G, Hargreaves' two Airedale  terriers were lost for five days in  the mountains last week. One  dog had broken out of his kennel  with a chain attached to his collar. It is thought that the chain  got caught in some way in the  hills and held the canine for five  days, his companion staying with  him all the time, When they  came home one was badly frozen,  and the other nearly dead from  starvation.  The little Dutch girls will serve  tea at the Hall, Woods' block on  December 17th under the auspices  of the J. W. A. of St. Jude's  church. Home made candy, and  other articles will be on sale.  Admission will be free, afternpon  tea 25 cents. These eight little  maidens desire to wish all their  friends a happy Christmas, and  trust that there will be a large  attendance. Remember the date,  Tuesday, December 17th from  3 to 6 p, m. Be sure to come and  bring.your friends,  Remember that five hours' sleep  with the window open is worth ten  with the window shut.  Real estate is, lively in Elko. l  North Vancouver wants to alter  its name.   ,   ','���������        ���������   ���������.".-������'.  Vacant   houses  Revelstoke.  Local oats ,aro $30 a ton in Vernon and hay $28.  Port Alberni has thirty laborers  on the city payroll.  There are 400,000 people in  the province of Alberta.'  *  Tbe pool rooms are open in  Prince Rupert on Sundays.  The skating rink in "Kaslo is  being enlarged audimproved. (  A. B, Campbell has .sold his  store in Hosmer to W." Wylie.  It is not yet known who will be  the next postmaster in Nelson. >   .  New scenery has been put in  the Westholme theatre at Rape.  During October there were two  deaths and nine^births. in Prince  Rupert.  There are six clerks in the gold  commissioner's .office at Prince  Rupert.  A home-grown turkey was recently shipped from Skagway to  St. Paul.;  The C. , P. R. will extend its  line'from Vernon to Penticton via  Kelowna. * '   '  There are six coal mines around  Lethbridge and -the payroll is  $5,500 a day.  Con Whelan shot a wild goose  at Waldo that measured six feet  from tip to tip.  Next year the 0. P. R. will re-  steel their line between Spence's  Bridge and Nicola.   ���������  Last week four carloads of  apples were shipped from Keremeos to Winnipeg.  Miss Dora Murchison has resigned her position as assistant in  the Kaslo postoffice.  The laying of the steel on the  C. N. R. between Yale and Hope  will begin this week.  .,  P. R. Fitzgerald is shipping flint  clay from Evans, Wash., to the  smelter in Greenwood.  There may be several autos in  Hedley next year. F. H. French  has already bought one.  ' Next year 1,500 Boer farmers  from South Africa will settle in  the Peace River country.  There were seventy-five birds  from Revelstoke in the poultry  show at Vernon last week.  It is twenty years, ago this  month since the Bank of Montreal  opened a branch in Vernon.  At Violin lake, six men are  busy getting out 5,000,000 feet of  ���������ogs for the Annable Mill Co.  W. R. Stevens recently shipped  twenty-six carloads of apples from  Meyers Falls to Butte, Montana.  The U. S. mine in the Jackson  basin, Slocan district, is shipping  600 sacks of zinc ore to Joplin, Mo.  ��������� Next year the Tete Jaune Cache  reserve will be thrown open for  pre-emption. It contains 033,000  acres."  While tending bar in Lillooet,  Harry Graham fell down dead  from a severe hemorrhage of the  lungs.  It is reported that from present  indications this winter will be the  quietest that Barkerville has ever  known.  It costs six cents a pound to  freight goods from Quesnel to  South Fort George, a little over  100 miles.  Pioneer Lodge, No. 1, of the  Cariboo Brotherhood will build a  clubhouse at Stanley. It is fifty  years since gold was discovered in  Cariboo.  R. H. Graham, who recently  died in Lillooet, was well-known  in Rossland and the Boundary;  He had lived eighteen years in  British Columbia.  There are 7,200 men * and eight  steam shovels working on the  Grand Trunk Pacific railway. The  road will "be finished next year  from ocean to ocean.  Lots in Lillooet are reported to  be selling at from $600 to 81,000  each. The coming of the railway  is making that old town sit up and  reach for greenbacks.  H. L. Stephens has bought the  Coaldale hotel in Lethbridge for  680,000. He owns two hotels  in Calgary, and was formerly in  the hotel business at Morrissey.  Modesta, a very old Indian  woman in the north half of the  Colville reservation died last week  from tuberculosis. With her husband, she had lived near Bossburg  for ninety years..  There are twenty-eight four-  horse teams freighting supplies  from Lytton to Lillooet for the  Pacific Groat Eastern railway, for  which Foley, Welch & Stewart  have tho contract.  A. big cement plant has-been put '  in at'Enmonton that will turn out  1,300 barrels .of cement daily.'- It'  took over 300"cars to bring in the  material and machinery   for' the ,  plantwhich^cost $650,000.  James Boudin,.the poultry man,  of Penticton, has gone to Belgium  to buy a carload of silver and  golden Cam pines. He considers'  them the greatest layers of eggs in  the world. He will return with  the birds in January.  Albert Forsland is the oldest  navigator on the Arrow lakes. He  was mate on the Lytton in the  early days when that. boat ran up ���������  the Columbia to Revelstoke, and ���������  there was not a house between  that town and Sproats Landing.  Recently the Great Northern  demanded $1,300 for,a train from  Spokane to Republic.' The members of .the American Mining Congress, then in session, refused to '  pay that amount", much to the dis-"  appointment of the people of Republic.      ",.,..  W. W. Baer, at one time a  Methodist minister, has been appointed organizer for the Liberal  party in this province. Years ago,  he was,, editor of a Conservative,  paper in Nelson, but latterly he  has been writing editorials for the  Victoria Times. i  F. H. French has bought Shat- -  ford's store in' Hedley. In the !  deal he acted as seller apd buyer.  He took stock for the Shatforda  and then soldjt to himself. The  Gazette says this is a delicate  tribute to the honesty of Mr.  French, who has worked for the  Shatfords during the past sixteen  years. In these days of greed,  speed and dishonesty, it "is a  pleasure to read something like  this paragraph.  Send for a catalogue of headstones , and monuments, made, by  the Kootenay Monumental Works,  Nelson, B. C.  CITY COUNCIL  met  on   Monday  The Council  evening.  It was decided to make a donation of $50 to the Fire Department,  and to have the sleeping rooms repaired.   ���������  A letter was read from Rev.  Father Chionel re error in taxation  of ^church property, It was decided that owing to amendments in  Revised Statutes in relation" to  church sites, the clerk was instructed to refund any taxes paid  and markoff all taxes on the roll in  connection with the churches for  the year 1912.    '  The following accounts were ordered to be paid: C. Kinney,  $7.25; G. Clerf, $14.90; Adams &  Brown, 837.00; Electric Lights,  813S.95; Graham & Parry, $2.25;  A. S. Black, $5,00.  The water committee reported  that the C. P. R. meter had been  installed, and in working order.  The election by-law introduced  by Aid. McKee passed through  several stages and was read a third  time.  For wood F. Jenks tendered at  $4.50 a cord, and J. Rickors at  $2.20 a rick. The contract was  awarded to Rickers.  Council adjourned until December's.        ���������'"..���������'  KIND IN DEATH  Gold Commissioner Chipman and  Coroner Devlin returned on Friday  from Ferguson, where they went  to inquire into the death of a colored woman of that place, Lydia  Thomas by name. It appears that  she died from, exposure, having  wandered, out in the snow. She  was accompanied by a dog and  wore an overcoat. She evidently  took pity on the dog, as the animal  was found snugly bundled up iii  the coat, and the woman was discovered dead in the snow. An  aunt of the deceased, residing in  Greenwood, was notified, and  came up to get tho remains, having  them embalmed at Neleon and forwarded to Minneapolis for interment. ���������Kiw-lo Kootonaian.  l   IB  t>G THE   LEDGE,   GEEENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  THE  LEDGE  Is located at Greenwood, B. C, and can be traced to many parts of  the earth. It comes to the front every Thursday morning, and  believes that hell would close up if love ruled the world. It believes  in justice to everyone; from the man who mucks in the mine to the  king who sits on the cushions of the throne. It believes that advertising is the life of trade; and that one of,the noblest works of  creation is the man who always pays the printer.  The Ledge is $2.00 a year in advance, or $2.50 when not so paid.  "t is postage free to all parts of Canada, Mexico, Great Britain and  the county of Bruce. To the United States it is $2.50 a year, always  in advauce. - .  R.  T.  LOWERY  EDITOR    AND    FINANCIER.  GREENWOOD, DECEMBER 12, 1912.  A blue mark hero indicates that your Subscription has  become deceased, and that the editor would once more  like to commune with your collateral.  Get in beforo the rush at Christmas.  Now is the timo to  train for the  new resolution stunt in January.  Do not hold that wad too closely.  It will fall out of your hand when  you are dead.  Let us have more of the parcel  post in Canada. The express companies have robbed us long enough.  The New Denver Record says  that "It is a wanton waste of good  whiskey to pour it into a man after  he is "under the table." It is,  and so many dying of thirst.  Is speaking of a temperance  hotel that he had recently stopped  at a drummer told the Slocan  Record that "There was a Bible  ancl dirty towels in each room, and  a blind pig in the attic."  tho wireless says that Father Dan  iu Silverton has just bought another stack of blue chips.  Thinking Themes  Osv: of the principal causes of  trouble with our neighbors is owing  to the fact, that few people grant  the same treatment that they expect themselves. The golden rule  is the best pilot to a rosy and blissful existence.  We have noticed that many  policemen in B. C, are nearly always willing to protect tho lawless  rumseller in preference to the in-  noceut citizen. Free drinks and a  dollar on the Bide are powerful  agents in this world of sin.  In Toronto not long ago an undertaker put the following ad in  jis window: "Why Walk Around  In Misery When We Will Bury  You For $18." If we could only  get bargains like that in the west  what a rushing business the undertakers would do!  There is no way to get the  values of the countryside so good  as walking. If you have a horse  he gets in between you and the  glory of the landscape, and if you  whiz along the road in an automobile you might as well, save for  the fresh air, be at a moving picture show. Only when you walk  do you get that personal, minute  and intimate acquaintance with  nature.  It is even so in our intellectual  life. When we think along with a  political party, a religious sect, a  literary cult or an artistic school,  we may be said to be travelling by  train through the land of ideas.  When we leave all groups and  creeds and plunge alone into life's  problems, see and determine things  for ourselves, and form our own  tastes and persuasions, we may be  said to walk.  There are times, perhaps most of  the time, when we must perforce  go by train; the affairs of society  and the state being too complex  for individual capacity. We must  possibly vote the party ticket, go  to church, join the literary crusade  and co-operate in this or that  group; but we should reserve the  right to go often upon an independ  ent ramble.  "There are men," writes Hamer-  ton, "whose whole art of living  consists in passing from one conventionalism to another, as a traveller changes his train. To them  intellectual independence is unintelligible. Why go afoot when you  may sit comfortably in' a train, a  rug around your lazy legs and your  head resting softly in a corner.���������  Dr. Frank Crane.  The municipal law needs some  fixing. By law the sitting of  Greenwood's court of revision has  to be advertised in a daily paper,  hence it is advertised in a Nelson  paper and not in a local journal.  This is about as farcial a law as we  have ever heard of, and must have  been framed in a lunatic asylum.  Tiiere is a debating society in  New Denver, and the leading  paper in that city says that the  next debate will be between Christmas and New Year's. It will probably be about plum puddings, and  should be hot stuff, as these old-  timers are well-known and full of  oratorical efforts, concealed and  otherwise.  Bank Act Amendment  Times are getting better in the  Slocan. Johnnie Harris is spending the winter in California; sweet  potatoes and cocoanuts have been  found in New Denver; another  barrel of boozerine has been rolled  up to Three Forks; and a tip from  An announcement of great im  poitance to western  farmers was  made by Hon. W. T. White in the  house this week when he delared  that when the Bank Act was introduced provision would be made to  allow banks to loan money on both  grain and live stock.   For several  years western agricultural organ  izations have been carrying on.an  agitation for these amendments to  the Act  and   the announcement  means   that the  government re  cognizes the justness of the western  plea.  At present Bection 88 of the  Bank Act authorizes a bank to lend  money to a purchaser or shipper of  or dealer in agricultural products  on the security of those products  no matter what the quantity may  be or where stored, but it does not  authorize the bank to lend money  to the farmers on his threshed grain  or his live stock. In other words  after grain or live stock reached a  wholesaler money could be secured  on it as a security, but uot beforo.  It is claimed that if a farmer is  allowed to secure loans in the fall  on his wheat, he will not need to  spend his' time "in marketing his  grain, and can devote his time to  fall plowing, a vital necessity to  western agriculturaliRts. With  farmers enabled to secure loans on  their grain their will bo no necessity for rushing their crops to market in order to meet pressing liabilities. There will bo encouragement to farmers to store their  grain, which will tend to prevent  the annual congestion.  Booze and Vice  Preaching in Vancouver Dr.  Spencer says:  Tho sins of .a. city: What men  do not tolerate for themselves thoy'  will permit for a city. Ancient  Nineveh, Sodom and Gomorrah,  Capernaum and other cities permitted sin to abound in the civil  life. Jesus wept over tho city of  Jerusalem and pronounced a terrible ending of its civil, life by  reason .of its sin. Scores of cities  might be cited to show that the  vengeance of God has been poured  but upon unrighteousness and evil  doings. Kings, councillors and  people have been permitted to go  their full length until the cup of  iniquity is full, and many are nonexistent today -because of the vice  which sapped the life of the city.   ���������  This always entails suffering on  the part of the people, but largely  through the fault of those in high  places. Men in civil positions can  not defy God in moral matters..  The laws may be weak, and always  will be as long as men only have  the making of them. The craze of  governments, and others interested  is to make the laws that will keep  them in power, and not always  laws which will protect the people,  especially the weak and tempted.  City after city might be quoted that  has degenerated from within and  from bad, internal government.  Influences that have no semblance of honesty are always abroad  and otherwise apparently decent  men flre caught in the meshes of  civil looseness in order to obtain  votes, get in,-and remain in. The  growth of Vancouver has brought  many problems to the fore for  authorities to solve. Imagine  forty liquor bars within a radius of  half a mile in the centre of the  city, bleeding, ruining and damning men week in and week out.  Think of the blighted lives, emptied  pockets, ruined families, disgraced  Bons and daughters caused by the  drink traffic. Eighty licensed hells  establish by law in our pity and  tolerated by thirty or forty thousand people attending churches and  chanting their hyprocrisy while  souls are being lost through liquor.  Then think of the vice area, the  twin of the bar. The latter could  not live without the former; they  live or die together. They are the  Siamese twins of pollution and corruption, graft and wickedness of  civilization that some goody-goody  people say must exist. The race  track gambling, and a host of other  evils in business extortion must  destroy the virtues of youth and  adults alike.  The city that tolerates vices of  these kind must eventually become  a doomed city. And can those  whose charge it is escape the. judgements of God upon such things or  upon those who tolerate them with  official lack of repression, if not  sanction?  ��������� No wonder at the people being  less amenable to that influence of  the Gospel and so many of them  speaking badly of church members.  I think their are a large number of  church people that are among the  best on earth. They are the salt  of the city. But let them raise  their voice againBfc civil evils and  you hear a howl that echoes all  over Canada.   Speak against the  vice and liquor ruin and you  "knock the city." Can not some  of the religious indifference be accounted for by the civic indifference prevalent?  A sewer turned on must do damage ��������� to the pure water, and the  Lord knows we have sewers enough  turned on, some by,, law, somo by  lust. Tt is to be hoped that next  year the voters of Vancouver will  elect men who will do things, moral  as well as material, Great good,  or groat ill, will bo ours by the  deeds ot tho next few years, and it  up to the moral people to work for  the civic good and not allow civic  sins to ruin ns. God did not forgive some cities, Nineveh especially. He can forgive ns the  wrongs we have", inflicted upon our  city by the twin evils of liquordom  and brotheldom, but our repentance must be shown by our works.  "Bring forth, therefore, fruits  meets for ropentance.''  Wo should provide for those we  have allowed to bo ruined. We  should punish tho man who steals  the virtues of a giil as much and  more than we would if he stole an  automobile. Do we? Alas, no,  we let the ^'Alexander street male  scoundrels go free and send the  females to prison. And amid these  troubles the attorney-general has  put his opinion above the law, and  refused that the sentence be carried out by the subordinates. His  day of reckoning is coming. The  bar of God bye and bye and the  bar of man in the near are yet to  come. It is a good thing to have  pity for the girls, and surely it is  the duty of the government to provide suitable accomodation for all  classes of criminals.  The law does not punish men to  our shame, and if Mr. Bowser's  pity for the woman sinner is real  let him ask the federal government  to amend the criminal code so as  to apply to men, owners of property, and those who aid the practices of immorality. He will then  show his sincerity. This should  not be left to the people to put up  money and time in getting the  public to demand redress The  people pay authorities for this  kind of thing, to make and amend  laws, and thus prevent civic and  national sinning against God and  man.  ofthe year, that every citizen can  help. to reduce the fire loss, and  build strong the basis of his own  prosperity.  When you want a headstone or  monument write to the Kootenay  Monumental Works, Nelson, B.C.  A Non-Smoker  WATCH THE FIRE  Outside of the agricultural lands,  those under water, covered with  snow, or still unexplored, it is estimated that that there is in British Columbia an area of sixty-five  million acres capable of producing  merchantable timber. R. E. Benedict, chief of operation in the  forest branch, stated recently that  the amount of wood annually added to the standing forests through  the natural process of gaowth, is  100 feet per acre. Hence it would  appear that tii billion feet of timber is being added as interest to  the wood capita] every year.  Teis is an amount considerably  greater than that of all the lumber  cut in the Dominion in the year  1910.  Mr. Benedict places the value of  this growth roughly at $100,000,-  000 per annum, but benefits in excess of this amount will certainly  accrue. At the present time, when  only one-quarter of the annual  growth is being cut, the returns to  the community are over $28,000,-  000 a year. The circulation of  new wealth in the Province is the  factor which is playing a more important part than any other in developing this great Last West.  But there is one essential. Fire  must be kept from our forests. A  dry season and a little carelessness  might combine at any time to  sweep a great part of the greatest  of the Province's resources out of  existence.  The efforts of all the fire rangers  in the Province would be of no  avail if a really large fire got under way.   It is by care every day  Canada's High Commissioner,  Lord Strathcona, is still able to  get through a hard day's work,  though he has reached the age of  ninety-two. HiB prospects of. become a centenarian are excellent,  for his years sit very lightly upon  him.  Those who desire a long life will  be interested to learn the methods  adopted by this remarkable old  man for keeping well. Lord  Strathcona says: "I haven't smoked within the past seventy years,  and do not believe in Bmoking. I  certainly think that people eat too  much, and that it may be injurious  for them to do so. For many years  I have only had two meals a day-  breakfast and dinner. Doctors  will tell you that is- not enough,  but it has been enough for me.  I eat very little meat��������� practically  none���������and the diet agrees with me.  Exercise is decidedly a most important factor of good health and  longevity, but I have a great deal  of correspondence to go through,  and I cannot always find the time  for strolls and walks. As for sleep  I make a point of not Bleeping  longer than six hours a day.  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  NKWMAUKKT   HOTKI.  Is the home, for all tourists and  millionaires visiting New Denver, British Columbia.  A. JACOBSON. Proprietor.  THK   PROVINCE   HOTEL  Grand Forks, B.C., is in tlie centre  of thecity, and furnishes the public  ��������� with   every    accommodation    at  ' reasonable rates.  JKmll IiitrHon, Proprietor,  THK   KASLO    HOTKI*  Kaslo, B. C��������� is a comfortable  home for ali who travel to that  city.  - Cockle & Piiiiwortn.  HOTEL KEREMEOS  Opposite depot.   Extensive alter  ations have recently  been  made  rendering this hotel one  of the  most comfortable in-the interior. ..  '  A choice selection of liquors and ,  cigars.' New pool room and sample  rooms in connection. ������j������  Mrs. A. F. KIRBY ".  HOTEL CASTLEGAR, Castleg-ar. Junction. * All modern. Excellent  accomodations for tourists and  drummers. Boundary train leaves  here at 9.10 a.m.  W. H.  OAGE.Proprleloi  SHEURItOOKK   HOUSK  Nelson; B. C. One minute's walk  from C. P. R station. Cuisine  unexcelled; Well heated and ventilated.  LAYINGE & DUNK. Proprietors.  TKKMONT   HOOSK  Nelson, B. C, is run on tho Ani-  . erican and European plan. Steam*  heated rooms. All whito labor.  .Special attention paid to dining'  room.  ICiuiBomo Si Campbell, PropR,  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton, B.  C.  is the   headquarters   for  miners,   investors  .   and railroad men.   A fine location and everything first-class  KIRKPATRICK & MALONE, Proprietors.  BIi.lDESVI.LIiE   HOTKI..  Bridesville, B. C. This hotel is  within easy reach of all the leading  Boundary towns and the centre oi  a fine farming district.  THOMAS   "WALSH,   Proprietor.  LAKKVIKW   HOTEL.  in Nelson, B. O., employs, all  white help and is a home"for. the  world at jl.00 a day.  Nap. Mallette, Proprlotor.  GRANITE CREEK HOTEL  Granite Creek, B. C., Headquarters for miners, prospectors and  railroadmen. Good, stabling in  connection. ' Tasty meals and  pleasant rooms.  tt, GOODISSON, Proprietor  ALGOMA HOTEL  Deadwood, B. C. This hotel is  within easy distance of Greenwood  and provides a comfortable home  for travellers. The bar has the  best of wines, liquors and cigars.  JAMES HENDERSON, Proprietor  THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton. This hotclls new, comfortable  well-furnished, and la close to tlie railway  depot. Modern accommodation and sample rooms.  SUMMERS & WARDLE, Proprietors  Frank Fletcher  Provincial Land Surveyor,  Nelson, B. C.  J. E. CAMERON,  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.  KASLO,    B.   C.  H. W. Farmer  Notary Public,.Real Estate. Etc.  Rock Creek, B. C.  By-Products  By-products are a very important factor in modern industry. The  old practice of discharging industrial by-prodncts into the nearest  stream, is not only a disgusting  one, but it is exceedingly unprofitable as well. The modern manufacturer seeking for increased dividends looks about him for means  to use his waste material;  For example the refuse of the  oil refinery is converted into perfumes, flavouring extracts and  mineral oils. The slag of iron furnaces is utilized as ballaBt on railroads, or is converted into paving  stones, slag-brick or cement. The  by-product of the meat packing industry are so turned to account as  to actually pay for converting the  animals into food. The blood is  transformed into albumea for  bleaching, the offal into fertilizers,  the hoofs into glue, the horns into  buttons, knife-handles, etc., the  bones become ivory or gelatine, the  hair is made into, mattresses' and  felting, and the various fats into  butterine, olemargarine, etc. The  by-products from the coking of  coal may be transformed into gas  for power, ammonia for refrigeration, ammonium sulphate for fer-  bilizers, pitch for paving, roofing  and as a binder for coal briquettes,  carbolic acid, benzol, benzine, lubricating and other oils and aniline  dyea. Recently too, a European  forestry engineer has made the  boast that he can utilize every particle of the tree but the rustle of  the leaves.  More and more will the industry  of the future seek to prevent waste.  Competition demands it. Common sense demands it. ''Industrial wastes" must become an obsolete term.  ARG������  TUNNEL  The workings of the Argo  mine are only a short distance  from the centre bf Greenwoodf  making it easy for tourists and  strangers to see a mine in full  operation. The indications are  that the Argo will eventually  become a great mine, and add  materially to the prosperity of  the entire district. Come up  and see it for yourself.  OLA LOFSTAD  ���������  President  JAMES McCREATH  Secretary.  LYNN CREEK DAIRY  DELIVERER  To any part of the city or district.  J. McDONELL, Proprietor  ���������  ���������  a  The gas fields of the Maritine  provinces are being steadily developed. The Maritime Oil Fields,  Limited, has had four drilling  plants at work, and has been arranging to extend its operations in  both Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. This company has already  invested over $500,000. The city  of Moncton, N. B., is supplied  with natural gas at rates that  make it cheaper than coal.  Subscribers are reminded that  The Ledge is $2 a year when  paid in advance. When not so  paid it is $2.50 a year.  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.    Made by  J. C. THELIN & Co., NELSON.  ASSAYBR  E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and  Chemist, Box nno8, Nelson, B. C.  Charges:���������Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper,  $i each. Gold-Silver, or Silver-Lead,  $1.50. Prices for other metals: Coal,  Cement, Fireclay analyses on application. The largest custom assay office id  British Columbia.  Mj3jsjtjtJtjej*jAJtj*JtJtJtJiJi#  *>   <..    .. .       . o. **  ���������%  "J  *������������  ���������V  <���������*  ������������������V  *���������* CO., I/T'D.  ���������^  %  *>  %  n  ***3  *    ������ Saturday last stage leaves  ���������jj Mother Lode 6 p. m. Returning,  ���������*% leaves Greenwood 10 p. m.  % :'   ������������������     ...  5 '        Greenwood Office  Leaves Mother Lode  9-3Q a.m.  6:30 p. m.  Leaves Greenwood  2:00 p.  m.  8:30 p.  m.  * NORDEN   HOTEL  ���������ft  jtjutjijijtjtjtjtjtjijijtjtJtJ*  STARKEY & CO.  NELSON, B.C.  MINING  BROKERS  PROSPECTS   BOUGHT   AND    SOLD  -,-ilckljr (.tops ccuehs. cures colds, and heals  Urn throat and lutlsTB.        ������������������        ������������������        30 "*���������*������������������  ���������������* /  TUN I N Q  Mr. Charles E. King will visit  Greenwood at an early date. Leave  orders for guaranteed pianoforte  tuning at White's Drug Store.  CITY  Baggage transferred to  any part of the City. Furniture moved to any part of  the District. General Dray-  ing of all kinds.  JSIDNEY OLIVER.  ���������j/. ���������.*. - Uffi������  '���������',.���������   ���������'   ''     ''-''.'5'   ;! v '"���������ti_'"' X'.'.',:;.K'-f.  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  > -���������^������������������������������������-.X'^x**"*:-^^  TEMPERANCE |  ''  is all right if shorn of huiubuggery.  Too "much water'drinking is Just  ' as injurious as too much liquor or  anything else. ,        '  OUR PURE WINES  AND LIQUORS ?  are medicinal* if not abused., Every , ������  household should have a moderate, -  supply of pure wines or liquors in,  1 the  closet  for   emergency���������either  unexpected visitors or.sudden illness, when, a,drop of pure liquor  ���������   in time may forestall all necessity  for drugs. X  % Greenwood Eifluor Company, Importers, Greenwood, fi. ft |  ' S-to-fr-x****'^*-*'**^^  .-���������"-������<'*'----<**s������*'--'-^^  I     -. ; . ������  ���������j  o   ' ���������  ������  c  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Pish  and Poultry. Shops in nearly all the  towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.  ���������I!  i  | COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B.C. jj  IB (I  i������*--!->,'*-*****=-'>-*-'^^  ^ntmmmmmmmmmmmffimmmmfmnmmmmmK-  s*g-������*��������������� -*,1������������    ,  1 Greenwood to Phoenix Stage 1  ������ Leaves Greenwood Daily at 3 p. m. =2  ������������: Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m. =s  ������ GREENWOOD OFFICE        ��������� ��������� CLUB CIGAR STORE 5������  |H. m. laing, proprietors  iiiuiuiaauuuiiiiiiaiiiiaiiuiiaiiiiaiiiiiiiiaiaiuuiiiiiiii^  IP  ANALYSIS OF WATER.  Chlorine   8.14  Sulphuric Acid  3*>3-43  Silica   74.29  Lime .'  84.57  Alkalies as Soda   5.91  Magnesia t '.  232.00  Lithia  .86  .Sulphuretted Hydrogen 32.00  Has recently been thoroughly  renovated and re-furnished, and  is now the greatest health resort upon the continent. Natural hot water in baths, 124 degrees of heat. A course of baths  at Halcyon will cure nervous  and muscular diseases and eliminate rheumatism and metalic  poisons from the system. The  water heals liver, kidney and  stomach complaints. The rates  are $2 a day up; or $12 weekly  up. ' Postoffice, express and telegraph offices in connection.  William Boyd, Proprietor,  fialcyon, B. ft .  aaa  THE BRUNSWICK HOTEL  CIGAR    AND   NEWS   STAND  CARMI - - B.    C  ' . Is now open to the public. - New. build**  ing* new furnishings and everything for  the comfort of our patrons. Sample room  and barn in connection,    i ���������  J, B, SHERIDAN  mmm  MANAGER  i  Plumber  jj    SZBBSBKflESa;  I  I  V.  i  I  1 and Tinner  I have taken over the  McArthur shop and am  prepared to execute all  orders for plumbing and  tin mini thing. Qefc your  stovp.R in condition before the Hnow flies.  .!  i  I GEORGE CLERF.  1  your Razors Honed  and Your Baths at  ���������?  ���������?  *?  ���������?  ���������?  y  4  4  4  ?  ?  y  y  y  y  y  y  x  t  y  y  y  y  y-  y  y  y  y  ?������������������  y  y  ���������y.  y  4  4  4  ^������--m������-m������-n������������������**m������*m2*^^  WATER NOTICE  NOTICE 'is hereby given that I,  Thomas Wake, .intend, to apply to the  Water Recorder, at Fairview, B. C, for  a licence to take and use twenty-five (25)  miner's inches of water out of McCarreu  creek, to be taken out at a point where  said creek is crossed by niy East boundary line," and to be used for irrigation,  agricultural and domestic purposes ou  Lot 2084, Township 70, Osoyoos Division  of Yale District.  THOMAR WAKE, Applicant,  Greenwood, 15. C.  Dated this 25th'day of November, 1912.  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  A SITTING of the County Court of Yale will  be hidden at the Court House, Greenwood,  on Tucrtny tlio 21st day Of January, 1913, at  eleven o clock in the forenoon.  By order,  WAI.TER DEWDNEY,  Registrar C. 0. of Y,  RE'  'OKANAGAN TELEPHONE COMPANY'S ACT."  i  EHOLT,"B, C.  i  John  JWeJ^ellat*  Proprietor.  -HOTHLi-  ���������������������..'������������������.?  ���������'/ 'ii/' .-  '/-Hi  ''���������>'~''<H?/<.  ���������    'V -    ���������  yy  Opposite Postoffice, NELSON, B. C.  American and European Plans.  ...  H. H. PITTS, Prop.  GREENWOOD.  il:;  Don't Be HOODWINKED  WE NEVER CHANGE BRANDS  r  SV/.U VIUUJ7U1  : ARE A 1 QUALITY   TheBRILLIANTES  Are the .Best Clear Havanas In Canada'  Made by Union Labor in the best Hy-  fricnic Factory in the country.   Call for  them' and get value for your money instead of rope  WILBERG & WOLZ. Prop. B.C. Cigar  Factory, New vVestminster, B. C.  . Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.  /���������"���������OAT./ mining rights of the Dominion,  ^-** in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of British  Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of  $i an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by ,the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in . unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee'of $5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available,  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the "mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay the royalty  thereon: If the coal mining rights are  not being operated, such returns should  be furnished at least once a'year.  The lease wi'l include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase .whatever available  surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the  rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application should  be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior," Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lauds.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister ofthe Interior.  N.B.���������Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  TVTOTICE is hereby given that appli-  -LiL cation will be made to the Legislative Assembly ofthe Province of British  Columbia at its'next session for an Act to  amend the "Okanagan Telephone Company's Act," being chapter 55 of the Statutes of British Columbia, 1907, in manner  following:���������  1. By inserting after the word "telephone," in the second line of subsection  (b, of section 7 of the said Act, the words  "and telegraph"; and by inserting before  the word "line," in the fifth line of said  subsection (b), the .words "and telegraph"; and by inserting between the  words "line" aud "along," in the said  fifth line of said subsection (b), the words  "or lines."  2. By amending subsection (d) of sub-  section 4 of subsection (b) of section 7 of  the said Act by adding at the end thereof  the words "or telegraph."  3. By amending subclause (e) of subsection 4 of subsection (b) of section 7 of  the said Act by inserting between the  word "telephone" and the word "system"  the words "or telegraph."  4. By providing that section 9S of the  Companies Clauses Act" be modified so  that the "ordinary meetings" ofthe Company shall be held yearly instead of half-  yearly.  5. By providing that section 104 of  the "Companies Clauses Act" be modified so that seven" members actually present and representing in person or by  proxy six-tenths of the subscribed capital  ofthe Company shall constitute aquorum.  6. By changing the name of the Company from "Okanagan Telephone Coin-'  pany" to "Okanagan Telephone and  Telegraph Company."  Generally by making such further  amendments to the said Act, in addition  to those above set forth, as may be necessary to enable the Company to construct,  maintain, and operate a line or lines of  telegraph as well as a telephone line or  lines.  Dated at New Westminster, B. C, this  12th day of November, a. d. 1912.  WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,  Solicitors for the Okanagau Telephone  Company.  nelson, b. %  First-class in everything.  Steam heat;' electric 'light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. First-class  bar and barber shop.  'JBus meets all trains.  LAND"ACT  Similkameen Land District. District  of Yale.  TAKE notice that I, William Damery  of Calgary, occupation Accountant, intend to apply ror permission to purchase  the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted at the  north-west corner of pre-emption No.  365s, thence west 80 chains, thence south  20 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence  north 20 chains to this post.  WILLIAM DAMERY.  nth day of September, 191-*.  QUEEN'S   HOTEL,  PHOENIX ' B. C. "  The NeweHt and Largest Hotel in  the City. Everything neat, clean  and comfortable. . Steam heat and  electric light. Meals and drinks at  all hours.  CHISHOLM & HAHTMAN    -    Props.  CENTRAL HOTEL  PHOENIX.  One of the largest hotels in   ,  the city.   Beautiful location,'  fine rooms and tasty meals. ���������'  A. 0. JQHNSON     - ',, PROP.  :!!  -1 tI  !'T  NELSON HOUSE  NELSON.  ���������   .    European Plan.  Cafe open day and night.   Bar.  Merchant's lunch 12 to 2.  ' ���������'"!'���������'  ..; r  1; "I  W. A. WARD  Phone 27.  PROPRIETOR.  P. O. Box 597.  ON PARLE FRANCAIS  NATIONAL HOTEL  GREENWOOD, B. C.  The  Reallv Best House  t      in the Boundary.  ��������� Recently Remodelled and  Strictly Up-to-Date.  Restaurant in connection  OWEN   BO YER  PROP.  WINDSOR HOTEL  The Windsor Hotel is one-of the  best furnished hotels in the West.  It is located in the heart of Greenwood and within easy reach of all  the financial and commercial institutions of the Copper Metropolis. Heated with steam and lit  by electricity. Commodious sample rooms. The bar is replete  . with all modern beverages and  the cafe never closes. Rooms  reserved by telegraph.  The Windsor Hotel Co  E. J. Cartier, Mgr.  ���������OKANOGAN FALLS  This hotel is situated in one  of the most delightful sec- .  tions of the Okanogan and  provides ample and pleasant  accommodation for the tourist, sportsman and farmer.  Information about the district cheerfully furnished.  Stage line to Oroville, and  steamer on the lake.  ARNOTT & HINE      -      Proprietors  GREENWOOD and  MIDWAY STAGE  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 7 a. m., and for Oroville att 2:30  p. m. Leave orders at Terhune's  Cigar Store.       Charles Kusbell.  Greenwood City Waterworks Company  GIVEN   AWAY..      ABSOLUTELY   FREE.  We are offering our New Brand Kerosene Oil which we claim to be the Best  Grade of oil made yet. In refining; this oil we use a double process, which takes  out all bad odors, this pil will give a clear white Light and last longer.  In order to advertise this oil, and get the people of the northwest using our oil, we are going to give away 2000 of our  new style, large size Nickel Plated Parlor Lamp that stands 24 inches high and has a large White Dome Glass Shade, this  lamp gives 100 candle power light and is a beautiful lamp for any home and cannot be bought at any store less than $6.00.  Send us an order for,one Barrel of our famous Silver White Kerosene Oil, that holds 42 Imperial gallon or 52 Ameri-'  can gallons at 27\ cents a gallon/ We will send you Free one of our Parlor Lamps as mentioned above, and if you are not  well pleased with this oil and lamp we will make no charges for what oil you have used and will refund your money cheer/  fully* We make shipments prompt and pack lamp so it cannot be  broken, We will give away only 2000 of these lamps, so fill out coupon  below and send us your order at once/  Empire Oil Co-  Winnipeg, Manitoba,  Enclosed find $11,55, Please send me one barrel of your  Kerosene oil. with which I am to receive one of your Parlor  Lamps Free with the understanding if I am not satisfied, my  money will be returned,  Address all orders to-v  ������  Box 2196  WINNIPEG,  MANITOBA.  We Pay You $1,50 for Barrel When Empty.  '���������;''' isjs.uat/sVsJ/iWJUJi'iWdJ j.sjJ-tcJl.i.Ho.Us'mit���������un*ri,tausti  THE  LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA',  00000<KH>0<><><>0000<><)-0000<>000  f    BOUNDARY MINES    f  OOOO-O 00<>0-C>OCKKM><>Ot>0<KK>0000  Last week the Rawhide shipped  G,d9s tons of oro.  ��������� Last   week   tho  Granby   mine  shipped 21/J6S tons of ore.  Last week the Granby smelter  treated 24,140 tons of ore.  Last week the Mother Lode  mine shipped S,21G tons of ore.  Last    week    tho    Greenwood  smelter treated 15,197 tons of ore.  Last week the Napoleon mine  shipped 725 tons of ore.  Last week .the shipments of  blister copper from tho Granby  smelter amounted to 523,000, a  total for tho year of 21,049,500  pounds.  J. S. Thorp was a visitor over in  the Boundary country a few  days  ago,  and  on   the trip visited tho  coal properties between hero  and  Midway.    lie is very enthusiastic  over   the   promise   this   property  holds forth,  and  brought back a  sack  of tho product to show tho  people of  Chesaw, a considerable  portion of which was  left  at  The  [News o'llico.    Apparently it is au  A 1 grade of bituminous, aud it is  said to possess excellent fuel qualities.    The  mines at  present  aro  opened   up by over   300   feet   of  ���������work, and in one of tho  workings  the  crew  is  working  on  a clean  ���������nine-foot vein of coal.    In another  tunnel  a  six-foot   vein   is   being  opened  up,   and  tho   property   in  rapidly   getting   in   shape   to   be  numbered  among   the   producers.  Its close relation to Chesaw makes  this property ono of importance to  this community, and it may  some  day materialize into an  enterprise  of great importance to this district.  The mine is located between Rock  Creek and  Midway on  the main  road, and also on  the railway.���������  Chesaw News.  the winter. In order to handle  this ore it requires the work of  miners, railroad men, " wharf employees, clerks and seamen. They  iu turn distribute their earnings  among the bnsiness people generally.  The development work of the  Atlas Mining company is just beginning. It is being demonstrated  that their mines are unlimited in  extent, therefore it may be reasonably figured that increased prosperity for this district from that  source will continue until there  are large populations maintained  from tho workings of these properties���������Skagway Alaskan,  000<>OCK>CK>00<X>00<>000<><><>00<>0  I   B. C. MINING NEWS   g  O O 0-(>CK>00<X>0<>0<>00<>0<X>0000<K>  Whitehorse���������For the past three  weeks the White Pass has been  running daily oro trains from the  mines at Pueblo bringing over  about 225 tons with each shipment.  It is the intention of the company  to maintain the present rate of output from the mines all winter and  doubtless interminably. There  are something over 2,000 tons of  ore in the bunkers at tho wharf, a  part of which will be loaded into  the hold of the Washington, "which  is expected into port soon, subsequent cargoes to go forth as  other boats arrive.  This is but one of the evidences  of increased business that is being done by the railroad. Never  before has there been any attempt  to ship ore from these mines during  Dawson.���������George Gordon has  been appointed agent for tho mining recorder on Matson creek, and  will bo there for the winter. He  loft on the last Dawson stage, and  will have charge of tho Sixtymile  store, which ho opened at that  place last winter at seventy below  on Matson.  It is understood that many of  the men who staked on Matson  aud tributaries last winter have  shipped outlits to tho landing and  have stored with the warehouse  keepers at those points. When  the ice forms they will have their  goods freighted by dogs or other  teams to their claims. Some say  perhaps 100 men will bo engaged  in prospecting on Matson and  as soon as the winter weather renders the conditions favorable.  As agent for tho mining recorder, Gordon will receive applications  for claims and transact other business respecting claims for miners  who do not have time to come to  Dawson.  history of recent dredging on the  Fraser. He informed The Review  that the dredge would be located  below Strawberry Island, and the  bed of tho river prospected from  there. He is undi'r no illusions as  to the speculative nature of the  enterprise, but believes the chance  to be worth the necessary expenditure. ���������West-Yale Review.  Tho resumption of placer mining on the lower Fraser river has  been made tentatively several  times within the last few years,  with more or less success, particularly on the old bars between Hope  and Yale. This activity has consisted chiefly in repeating the process of the 'GO'S of trying to recover the fine gold brought down  by the river and deposited against  the bars.  What is proposed now by the  company for which a dredge is  being constructed at' New Westminster, is not a revival of this  primitive gold seeking, but an  attempt to recover values, if there  be any, from the gravel of the  river bed.  Mr. Mcintosh, the company's  local representative, who was in  Hope early in the week, has bad  charge of similar operations on the  Yukon  and is familiar with the  cs:  J. H. McDonald, the well-known  mining man, of  this city  has just  returned from the Salmon river and  Metaline   districts,   where   he is  largely   interested.    In    speaking  about conditions in that portion of  the Kootenays,   he says that the  surveyors on   the   Metalino-Trail  are now camped at tho mouth of  the Salmon river,  having just re-,  turned   from    Salmo   and ��������� Sheep  creek, where .they have been running lines for  tho  railway.    They  will now continue the survey down  the Peud d'Oreillo river to Waneta,  crossing the Columbia river at that  point   and coming   up  the same  river  on   the  west sido  to Trail.  They expect to complete  tho survey to Trail by February 1st, J 913.  A hydro-electric  power  plant is  t;o bo put in on  the Salmon river,  about a mile from its mouth.    Tho  plant when completed, will furnish  2,500 horse power,   which  will be  utilized principally  by  the  Sheep  creek mines  and  the towns,along  tho   Nelson   and   Fort   Sheppard  railway.    It   is  the   intention   to  push work duriuglho winter, while  tho water is very   low.    Tho company is now waiting  for  tho provincial    government   lo  issue its  license grant, under  which  it will  proceed.    As about 1,500,000 feet  of lumber will be used by tho company in the erection  of its flume,  power plant and buildings,   it will  put in a sawmill  alongside of the  power site and saw the lumber for  the purposes mentioned.    The company is said to bo a strong ono and  has the money on hand with which  to erect the proposed plant.  The provincial government engineers, who have been making an  estimate of the water power in the  Pend d'Oreille river, from its  mouth at Waneba to the International boundary line, have about  finished the task and are now engaged in stretching a steel cable  across the river at twelve mile  point.  Mr. McDonald has refused an  offer of $100,000 made by American  capitalists, for the Rio Tinto group  of silver lead claims, situate on the  British Columbia side of international boundary line. It is Mr.  McDonald's intention to not dispose of the group until the railway  is constructed through tho district.  The railway will pass directly thru  the property. Thousands of tons  of high-grade silver-lead ore is exposed on the surface of the Rio  Tinto group. - Rossland Miner.  MANUFACTURING JEWELER  Nelson,   B.' C.  The Only Up-to-Date Optical  Department in the Interior.  i  The Midway Store lor Quality Goods \  General Merchandise, Boots, Shoes,  Dry Goods, Hardware, Sleighs,  Wagons, Buggies and all kinds of  Agricultural and , Horticultural Implements and Appliances.  JAS. G. McMYNN, MIDWAY, B. O. \  ,.  cRpwntrees Xmas Chocolates  and Fruit Pastiles.   Try a Box  You'll find   them   the TSest  in the West  On Sale only at the Drug*  Store.  Bank of Montrea  ESTAULISIIED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $16,000,000    Rest, $16,000,000.  UNIJ-IVIIHCD   J'KOl'ITS,   ������i ,8r.r., 1 sr, 3(1  Hon. President: Lord Strathcona and Mount Rovai*,, G. C. M.G.  President: R. B. Angus, Esq.  Vice-President: SrR E. S. Cr.ousTON, Bart.  General Manager: II. V. Mbrkditii, Esq.  Branches in London, Eng. {^,^SK} New York, Chicago  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange aud Cable Transfers.     Grant Commercial and  Travellers' Credits, available iu any part of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT '"ft"^'-^* at  Greenwood Branch   -  C. B. Winter, Mgr.  n iii ii in h  O. A. F^EENDEEsL-L  James Clark who has been operating a saw mill in the Atlin district tells the Daily Alaskan that  thero are going to bo a lot of people in thero in the spring as a result of the new strikes made this  season, particularly on O'Donnell  river, which Mr. Clark says, in  western phraseology, "is a good  bet.'' For a long timo the work  on this river has been in the bed,  but during tho summer prospecting  extended to the benches and it is  there, that the rich strikes have  been made. On a bench thirty feet  above the river oue man took out  over S600 in gold with a few days  panning. Since the knowledge of  the new strike leaked out there has  been several'hundred claims staked  and about twenty leases taken.  Mr, Clark believes that O'Donnell and other contiguous creeks  will produce their millions and  that the new strikes near Teslin  lake is in line for wonderful production also.  MICKEY SMITH DEAD  Purity in food, lower cost of living���������  these are the demands of the day.  Pure food is health, and health is economy  itself. We cannot have health without healthful food.  The most healthful foods are the quickly  raised flour foods ��������� biscuit, cake, muffins,  crusts and other pastry, when perfectly made  from wholesome ingredients.  Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these  foods in specially attractive, appetizing and  wholesome form, and for both economic and  hygienic reasons, such food should be more  largely substituted for meat in the daily diet.  But bear in mind that alum, or  unwholesome baking powder,  can never make pure, wholesome food.  It will interest many of the older residents of Rossland to learn  that an important find of ore has  been made in the Dundee mine,  near Ymir, 500 feet below the old  workings. A. E. Rand and associates of Vancouver, who took over  the mine, have spent a lot of time  and money on the property. Thoy  have located the ore in paying  quantities.  The late Charles Dundee   was  the chief owner of the,Dundee, and  so valuable was it considered to be  in   1S9S  that Dabney &  Parker,  mining brokers, of Rossland, who  represented an English syndicate,  offered Mr. Dundee $220,000 for it.  The money was deposited in the  Bank of Montreal here,  and for  over a month  Messrs. Dabney &  Parker endeavored to induce Mr.  Dundepi to accept tho price offorod.  Ho refused, as he considered the  property was worth more. Through  various misfortunes he finally lost  control of tho mine, and in  tho  end got only a thousand or two  for his interest in   it.���������Rossland  Miner.  Dublin, Dec. 5.���������Anatomists  today were much interested in the  ease of Mickey Smith, who died in  the poorhouse at Dunsbaughlin,  at the age of-116 years. Mickey  knew nothing of hygiene or eugenics. He smoked constantly, drank  heavily and was three times married, surviving all his wives. He  slept much iu the open, aud was  not incapacitated for work until  three years ago.  DRY  GOODS AND  BOOTS AND SHOES  GREENWOOD,  BO.  ****i>x������-������:������<H:^^^^  I BUY YOUR GHIGKEN  FEED FOR WINTER  Wheat, Oats, Barley, $1.50 per hundred  Oyster Shell       /       2.50  Ground Bone     -���������       3.50 "  Winnipeg Stock at Messrs Ferguson Bros,  123 Banatyne Ave., Winnipeg, Han.  ESTRAY  NOTICE  STRAYED hito.Carmi, early in the  summer, two bay horses.   Brands cannot  be made out. Owner wishing.information  can notify F. C. Johnson.  Carmi, December 12, 1912.  STABBING AFFRAY  Narcis.se Martin, his son, and  step-son, Johnnie Oppfiiheimer,  all half breeds from Toroda Creek  drove into Greenwood on Monday.  Thoy filled up on whiskey while  here, and on their way home  Johnnie stabbed Narcisse three  times in tho neck and shoulders,  and attempted to knife the other  breed, but he escaped by jumping  out of tho wagon and taking to tho  woods. The old man fell out, or  was pitched out of tho wagon and  Johnnie drove pell-mell towards his  home across the line. Then the  son and father walked to Archie  1  Mill's store at Ferry and Dr. Mac-  Lean was summonsed from Greenwood. Upon his arrival the doctor  found Martin almost dead from  loss of blood, and took him to the  Greenwood hospital where ho now  lies in a precarious condition. The  wounded man refused to  where he got the whiskey.  tired, one of the two men who  accually went down in the vortex  when the Titanic sank last April,  and who ascribed his escape from  death to a miracle, died in his  apartment in the hotel St. Louis.  Though his death is credited to a  complication of diseases, his physicians and his wife and daughter,  who were with him when he died,  believe that ColaDel Graeie's death  resulted from the effects of the  Titanic disaster. Durijjg his brief  illness, Colonel Gracie talked continually about the sinking of the  Titanic, recalling the tremendous  battle he had for life when he was  gripped in the swirling waters of  the foundering steamer; and last  night, while delirious, he called  out repeatedly, .according to his  daughter: "Wo nave to get them  all into the boats. Wo must get  them into tho boats."  'S, - FERRY, - WASH.  ���������i  f  V  V  V  ���������>  ������  V  X  r  ���������y  .*������  Y  -.������������*���������  ?  ���������>M>*������X<'****>>������>4<*-0---������V-i^^  flLLOW RIVER���������On main line of  Grand Trunk Pacific and Pacific &  Hudson Bay "Railway. It is tlie  desire of the Railway Company to  make it one of the most important  towns in the entire Canadian West.  Lots $ 10 down, $10 monthly; no interest; no taxes. \VriteTtoday for  full information. Pac. Bond & Land  Corp.,   Ltd.,   425   Pac.    Building,  Vancouver, B. C.  DO YOU ENJOY EATING  Czarina Makes Vow  state  GRACIE DEAD  Now   York,   Dec.   -4.���������Colonel  Archibald  Gracie,  U.  S.  A.,  ro.  Kome. ��������� By direction of the  czarina a woman of her court has  visited tho shrino of St. Nicholas  at Bari, southern Italy during the  past few days, and caused a vow  to be made to the saint for the recovery of her son.  St. Nicholas is the patron saint  of Russia, and is also regarded as  the special protector of children.  Santa Claus is a corruption of the  Dutch form St. Nicholas, which  went to tho now world with the  Dutch Colonists and returned to  England in its new familiar form.  Or Does Everything You Eat  Distress You?  Experts declare that the reason  stomach disorders are so common In  this country, is due to hasty and  careless habits of eating. Stomach  troubles and run-down conditions also  usually go together.  John Lind, of Oneonta, N. Y., says:  "I have been troubled -with a bad  stomach trouble for fifteen years, .and  became so weak that I could hardly  walk or do any work. My appetite  was very poor, and it seemed impossible to get any relief. Since taking  two bottles of Vinol I find that it has  already made a remarkable improvement in my health; my digestion is  much stronger, and I have gained in  weight."  Vinol makes "weak stomachs strong  because it strengthens and tones up  the weakened, tired and overtaxed  nerves of the digestive organs. Vinol  is easily assimilated by the weakest  stomachs, and is delicious to the taste.  Try a bottle of Vinol with tho  understanding that your money will  be returned  if it does not help you.  John L. White, Druggist, Greenwood, B ,C.  L0RNE TERHUNE  Will be pleased to meet his  many friends at the     ,   .  0, K. Cigar Store  Copper St., Greenwood.  All the leading Tobaccos  and Cigars and Cigarettes,  Candies for the Children,  <������x-<*.>x-.x**:������x������X"X":������x<*������W"X~X">  V  SHOES SH1NED  At the Windsor Hotel by  ZACK WATSON  l  i  ������ MESSENGER SERVICE  ������������-*>������*������-������*m������4*������*^^  MANY EXCELLENT  POSITIONS OPEN  New Federal Law Compels Vessels  To Have More Wireless  Operators  A man's working life is divided  into four decades: 20 to 30, bionze;  80 to.40, silver; 40 to 50, gold; CO  to GO, iron. Intellect and judge*  ment aro stronger between 40 and  50.  Many good positions ore open to  young men and women in the field  of '-wireless" and of commercial  telegraph service. The passage of  the new federal law, effective October 1, compelling all sea going  vessels to be equipped with wireless instruments and manned by  two competent operators has created a great demand for operators  in the marine wireless service. Federal laws now requires railways to  use more operators than ever before. The Morse Telegraph Company, of Seattle and .Portland,  works in close connection wi*h wireless and commercial officials, nnd  can place graduates in good positions. It will pay you to write for  full particulars.���������Adv.  FREE-  to FUR SHIPPERS  Tliu most accurate, reliable ami only Market lieiiort  and l'rlcu List otlU klml -iiiiiIIiiihiI.  "Qrijr ������ljHln?rt ������ijUrjn?r" '  Mailed WtKR  to tliu.il* iutermteil In  Haw Furs  SEND US YOUR HAME ON A POSTAL���������TOD/HT  It's not a TraJnier'H Guide, but a -mMlcatluli Iiiued  every two win. vlihli jjlvei you ri'i'orU of what Is  i!olsi|-ln all tlie Market* oftliti World In American  Raw Furs. Tula Information ia worth liumlruilu of  dull.ins to you.  Write for It���������NOW���������IT'S FREE  A. B. SHUBERT  The Largest House In the World dealing oidus'isly In  American Raw Fun  25*27 W. Michigan St., Dopt.40 CHICAGO, ILL.. 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