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Array THE OLDEST  MINING  CAMP  NEWSPAPER  IN  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  l^^^fl���������*^lf^l'^ll,^ imir r*MM  Voi,.   XX  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18,  1913.  No. 23:  See Our Beautiful Christmas Display  Fancy Goods, Books, China, Cut Glass,  Hand Bags* Kodaks* Brassware, Foun*  tains Pens, Xmas Cards and a multitude  of similar attractions that must be seen  to be appreciated.  JOHN  L.  COLES  Boots, Stationery, Mate, Wallpaper, Etc.  POOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO   000<X)0<>000<)<H><X>0000*0<>00000  ARE  YOU IN  DOUBT  WHAT TO GET HER FOR XMAS?  If you are you need not be any longer  A Nice Box of  Chrysanthemums or Carnations  ���������   - are more acceptable than anything else,  Chrysanthemums, .Carnations, Holly Etc.  WRITE FOR PRICES  i* ���������  ���������"���������;  n  FRACHE BROS.  "     FLORISTS  Box 417 Grand Forks, B.C#  \}000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000999i  i ������������������ffl-fflSffinywiiM^  Greenwood's   Big  Furniture  Store  USEFUL PRESENTS FOR THE HOME  ,^7&    Book Cases, China Ca-  #-   fcinets, Rockers,,Morris,  Chairs, Rugs and Mats,  Pictures.  We have a special line  of Fumed Oak Chairs,  upholstered in Spanish  leather which you would  do well to see,  T. M. GtTLLEY & Co.  Opposite Postoffice. GREENWOOD, B. C. Phone 27  ���������*K-KXXKXM>00^  ffir the Christmas Table  Marlager Grapes  . Emperor Grapes  Jap Oranges  Bananas  Grape Fruit  Figs  Dates  Cluster Faisins  Xmas ���������Candy-  Plum Pudding   '  Mince Meat  CHRISTMAS   STOCKINGS  Italian Chestnuts  Mix" Nuts  Pop Corn  Cranberries  Lettuce  Tomators  Cucumbers  Celery  Cauliflower  Sweet Potatoes  Beans  Lee & Bryan Phone 46.  Soo<*H*><*K-'-O-0-0-0*0-O<"**0-O{W 0<>0<>000<X><X)00<XK>0<>0<>0<>0000  ���������H Itlerrv Xnias'to all  CHRISTMAS CONFECTIONERY,  Dainty Boxed Chocolates for dainty ladies.  Finest Dried and candied fruits  .���������'NEW'.SEASON'S-NUTS  Novelties in Tree and Table Decorations  Specially Low Prices for Xmas Trees ant) Parties.  Remember that cheap candies are the cause of many  ills.   Here you will find only the choicest and most  ���������wholesome confectionery,  WALTER G. KENNEDY  Canada's Best'  You know '" Automobile "  Skates. You've known them  for years as the,Country's  best. They are .more so  to-day than ever before'.  reflect all that men know  about,making good skates.  Aluminum tops and nickel  steel blades make them the  .lightest, swiftest and  stauncheat skate' in exist -  ence.  A complete line here for  your inspection.  WHITE,  ^  FOR THE CHRISTMAS   FARE  DECORATED  Christmas Cakes  ���������AND-  Mince Pies With Puff Pastry  Family sizes 30cts.  Fatties 35c a dozen  YOU KNOW THE QUALITY!  THE  BREAD & CAKE BAKER  Vienna Bakery, Green wood  =*?  M Reminder  Dont Forget that Present to  the Old Country.  We carry a large and new sev  lection of  Sterling Stiver Plated and Silver  Deposit "Ware  CUT GLASS  WATCHES and JEWELLERY  A. LOGAN & Co.  GREENWOOD.     -    B. C.  DRESSMAKING  MISS DFEVER  Blk.  over Drag  Booms in Miller  store.  WANTS. Etc  For Sale.���������I wish to sell my  fine residence on Kimberly Ave.,  in Greenwood, very cheap. Write  to C. F. Stork, Castor, Alberta.  For Sale. ��������� A large quantity  of Shingles, Shiplap, Rustic  Flooring and Ceiling,, all dry.  Charles Kinney, blacksmith and  wagon maker, Greenwood.  Lost.���������A long black fur boa.  Please leave at The Ledge office.  There will be many special  prizes at the Poultry. Show in  Greenwood upon January 14 and  15.  When the renovating operations are completed there will be  two pool tables in the Windsor  hotel.  Send a Float to yonr friends  this month, You can have one  mailed to any part of the world  for 25 cents,  Around ;Home  >������������������*>���������'  ' John Frost has^eturned to the  city for the winter!'  S. A. Crowell" is recovering  from his late illness.  Charles Buckless has taken up  his residence in Gerrard.  Mrs. Colin 'Cummins will receive on Thursday, Dec. 18th.  Get a chance, on that free  Christmas drawing at Kennedy's.  There is only six inches of  snow on the summit above Carmi.  . Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Banks left  on Tuesday for a visit to England. *- -.  ' The ' Dynamo 'mine will soon  ship several carloads of ore to  Trail.  In Nelson, Harry Johns is recovering fromari;attack of pneumonia.,, y.  ��������� ' Mrs. W. R. Dewdney will not  be "At Home", Thursday, December 18th. v ;.     ���������  When in Greenwood travellers  will find a comfortable room at  the Windsor hotel.  Born.���������In' Anaconda on December 14, to Mr; and Mrs. Wilson, a daughter. **  '  Your friends would like to read  Float. Get one-for 25 cents at  the Ledge office.- - ���������������������������  Oysters and other salt water  fish are served in many styles at  the Windsor hotel.  Mrs. G. B. Garrett arrived in  Greenwood last week after visiting friends in New Denver.  There will be no further meetings of the junior W. A. until  after the Xmas holidays. .  ,'  ' ���������*���������-. i  Quite a number pi Greenwood  people attended jthePoultry_.Sh.ow  in'Grand Forks last week. '���������'��������� '���������'.    ;  . Do not miss the ski jumping at  the Winter Carnival. in .Greenwood on January 14 and 15.  Owing to a lack of water, the  Granby Co. has stopped diamond  drilling on Big Copp'er for' the  present.  He expects a case pipe for  Xinas; don't disappoint him but  see that fine selection at Kennedy's.  On Copper Mountain near  Princeton, the B. C. Copper Co.  has four diamond drills working,  and 100 men.  S. M. Johnson has gone to  Stratford, Ontario, to spend the  winter with his family. He will  return in April.  Tom aud Jerry will be in town  next week, and will be pleased to  see their many friends at the  Windsor hotel bar.  Charles Russell has put away  his auto stage until spring. The  horse stage leaves here for Midway at 7:30 a. m��������� and 2:30 p. m.  The Windsor hotel always has  a chicken dinner on Sundays, and  none of the chickens have seen  more than one summer,  The Poultry Show in Greenwood upon January 14 and 15  will be a great educator to all'  who are interested in eggs and  chickens.  At the raffle of Argo stock last  Saturday evening, F. Harvell  won 500 shares with the high  number, 139 and with the low  number 75, W,C. Arthurs took  down the other 500 shares.  The Winter-Carnival in Greenwood upon January 14 and 15  will be a delight to the lovers of  hockey and other cold season  sports. Paste the dates on your  looking glass.  J. H. Willcox writing from  Colardo Springs says that he has  gained 27 pounds in weight since  last August, but has decided to  remain in the Printers' Home  until next spring.  Mr. Grainger, who has been in  the Canadian Bank of Commerce  here for the past two years, will  go to Keremeos on Friday next.  Mr, Grainger is well thought of  by his friends and was always so  bright and courteous that he won  for himself the name of "Sunny."  'Sam Larsen has built a residence upon hts ranch near Rock  Creek. Messrs. Desrosiers,' Dernp-  sey'and Oliver werer the artisans  who created^ the beautiful and  comfortable building.  The Poultry Show and Winter  Carnival in Greenwood,, upon  January 14 and 15 will be one of  the greatest eyents of the year.  Come early and avoid the rush.  Several chimney fires' have  occurred recently in Greenwood.  When brooms, scrapes and ladders are not available people  should clean their chimmes by  burning small pieces af zinc in  their stoves.  The Silver Spring brewery in  Anaconda was burned early on  Sunday morning. It is thought  that the fire originated from a  defective chimney. The brewery  was bought by Louis Krueger  last summer, ancl he was beginning to do a good business. The  property was insured for $4,000.  By request of the Presbyterian  Ladies Aid of Phoenix, "A Box  of Monkeys" was produced at  that place" in the Opera House on  Friday evening. The audience  was appreciative and-a very kindly reception was given to the  Greenwood amateurs.. Rev. Mr.  and Mrs. Munroe entertained the  members most hospitably after  the play, at the manse.  The local lodge of the Knights  of Pythias are not forgetting the  children this Christmas for on  Friday December 19th they will  give all K. of P, children a drive  supper and Xmas ��������� tree. The  children have been talking of  this for months past and are  eagerly expecting a great time.  K. 'of P. parents are requested to  meet'in the Kr of P.-hall..with  their children at_4jo'clpck,1in.;the  afternoon. .���������   *  "For its always' fair weather  when good fellows get together,"  seemed to be the keynote of the  Firemen's annual festival given  in the fire hall on Monday night,  when they entertained the Mayor  and Council of Greenwood. W.  C. Arthurs provided the good  things to eat and that speaks for  itself for he always does things  well, and the firemen are certainly judges in the catering  line. Sid Storer, as president,  kept the ball rolling and everyone had to sing a song, tell a  story, or make a speech. All  were in a merry mood and everybody was a jolly good fellow.  The firemen, are volunteers and  have such pride in their city that  they band themselves together  for the protection of life and  property. The firemen are entitled to an annual festival for  "They are all jolly good Fellows."  Intermediate Hockey.  Hockey is the chief topic in the  athletic world and Greenwood is  coming in for its fair share, and the  intermediate club is doing much to  give hockey in the Boundary prominence. There are good players  in Greenwood who, thoy though  may not be quite fast enough for  the professional team, still thoy can  acquit themselves in this the fastest  game in the world, with credit and  honor to Greenwood, and it is  more than likely that the intermediates will at the end of the season  be victorious. A very enthusiastic  meeting was held in the Windsor  Hotel on Friday night when the  following officers wore elected;���������  Hon. President Dr. McArthur  President W. G. Kennedy  A. N. Mowat  E. W. Marentette  R. McMillan  Mowat, Marentette and McMillan  were elected to meet tho delegates  from Phoenix and Graud Forks on  Wednesday.  Tho coloi'B will bo the same, us the  senior team.  Vice President  Sec. Treas.  Manager  estern Float  The Radbourn hotel at t Oroville  iB being enlarged.  Joseph Knox has opened a general store at Yarrow.  Hpclley will soon have an  English billiard table.  There will be a masked ball in  Oroville on New Year's Eve.  Alex Sproat, of Port Alberni is  on a,visit to the Tanana gold fields  in Alaska.  W. Matheson. of Comox, recently paid $1,200 for seven grade  Holstein cows.  E. E. Chipman, of Kaslo, is at  the coast, having a polypus cut out  of his nasal formation.  Some of the newspapers in B. C.  are violating the Criminal Code in  reference to advertising.  Henry Stege,   formerly  Denver, is now running a  of New  sawmill  near Athabasca Landing,  Andrew Jacobson and Miss Mc-  Phee, both of New Denver, will be  married'in Nelson this week.  Jimmy Jackson has returned to  Oroville, having decided that he  did not want to live in Armstrong.  In New Westminister last week  fresh eggs were 65 cents a dozen,  and potatoes from S13 to $17 a ton.  The government has built 44  miles of telephone line between  Lardo and the Duncan River district.  Recently several hens at Nakusp  became intoxicated by eating mildewed fruit that was partially fermented.  Bob Stevenson is planning to begin work upon a group of copper  claims near Allison in the Similkameen.  The other Sunday some sinner  stole $15 from the collection plate  in St. Edmunds church at North  Vancouver.  It is reported that the Suffragettes at Alice Siding are organizing and may make a raid upon  Duck* Creek.     .  -������������������* Afe-'Sfcewart,- after .being- shut  down for more than a year, the  Red Cliff mine will resume operations in the spring. . .  Nine Winnipeg men have recently bought from 10 to 20 acres of  land each, at Argenta Gardens,  near the head of Kootenay lake.  The Oroville Gazette has moved  into its new office, and is now set  in larger type which improves the  appearance of that valuable paper.  Its editor was guilty of starting  the Review in Spokane 30 years  ago.  David Lawley, of Hedley, recently had his eyes injured while  working in the Nickle Plate mine.  He struck a small piece of dynamite with a dull pick while clearing away muck in one of the  stopes.  In a distance of 2G miles, between Nelson and Castlegar, the  C.P.R. passenger trains make 13  stops. The C.P.R. is always willing to oblige the ranchers, and do  all in its power to keep them from  walking too far to catch a train.  Paddy Murphy's pacing horse,  Earl, Jr., recently won seven races  out of ten in the east. Paddy returned to Enderby last week with  his wife, having recently married  Miss Laura Brogau at Ironwood,  Michigan, a sweetheart of his boyhood days.  Herman Clever, of New Denver,  was in Nelson last week buying  some elegant wedding presents for  his old friends, Mr. and Mrs.  Andrew Jacobson. Hermann says  that he will buy Jim Grier a piano  when that veteran journalist decides to go double.  The rush to stake oil lands to  tho northwest of Athabasca Landing still continues. No oil or gas  has been struck in that region, and  the entire excitement is based upon  surface indications and geological  formation. Evidontly it is not  necessary to have mineral in place,  or oven float, in order to stake oil  claims.  At a depth of 35 feet some rich  gold ore has been found in the  Reco mine at Chesaw. The ore is  free milling and virgin gold is  scattered through it. One of the  richest specimens assayed over  $26,000 to the ton. The lead  where crosscut i8 three feet wide.  Tellurium and black quartz are  abundant.  Jesse Michael, whoso father lives  in London, Ontario, was suffocated  in the Spokane hotel at Oroville  one night last week. He had just  come from Penticton where he had  been working ou the railway. He  foil asleep whilo smoking a cigarette in bod, and the cig set the  clothes on fire. Whon the fire  wrrs put out, it was found that ho  had been Hiifficatcd to doath.  It costs less than  six cents a'  meal to feed the prisoners , in the  Vancouver'jail.    Those who shont  about the high "cost of living should  paste this in their, hats.  ' ���������;   ��������� '.  ��������� Ralph Gillespie died in Spokane  a short time ago.    He had*-lived,  for IS years in and  adjacent ,'to  Waneta. /Many years ago he was  a    prominent    oil   operator    in  Petrolia, Ontario.    He was a partner with Lige Coryell,   the father  of the late Jack Coryell.    From an  investment of $200  Gillespie once  made 8100,000 in an oil  venture,"  but he never had any luck afterwards, and was a poor man at his  death.    In the early days of Sud- *  bury ho prospected around   that  camp ancl located   several nickel  claims.  Apparently the whole of this  district is floating over- a lake  of oil. Sumas, Wash., people be;  lieve they have rich fields, Pitt-  Meadow men are drilling for it,  Chilliwack residents dream . of it  and now Mission is smelling it  when the wind blows off Hatzic  Prairie. Some fellow down there  brought in the story that the oil in  an endeavor to attract the Standard Oil Company actually oozed,  through the ground.' The story  oozed out, too, and now Mission  people are falling over the stakes  which mark the rich oil claimB ,in  that vicinity. ��������� Chilliwack Progress.  Send for a catalogue of headstones and monuments, made by  the Kootenay Monumental Works,  Nelson, B. C. -     '  Matrimonial  The residence of Mr. and Mrs.  W. H. Docksteader, Midway, was  the scene of a very pretty quiet  wedding at 9 a.m. on Wednesday  December 10th, when Mr. John  Docksteader, of Midway and Miss  Dorothy Winney, ��������� of Sutton,  Woodbridge, Suffolk,' England,  were united in the holy bonds of  ���������matrimony,'  '..".;,.. "..- .^ ... ���������.-���������-  Mrs. W. H. Docksteader acted'  a.s/ matron of ** honor, * -while ~-  Mr, Edgar P. Rock,* a very close  friend of the bride", supported .the  groom, the Rev. A. M. Lloyd, officiating.  The .bride was very prettily  gowned in a costume of charmeuse  satin with honitou lace and pearl  trimmings, and held a boquet of  white carnations. The Matron of  honor wore a handsome tan chenille costume with oriental lace  and satin trimmings.  The groom's present to the  bride was a gold bracelet and  brooch made of Kruger sovereigns  and a gold watchchain. To the  Matron of honor he gave a gold  brooch set with pearls, and to the  groomsman a gold watch fob.  After the ceremony they sat  down to a delicious wedding  breakfast and at 11.35 a.m. left  on the C.P.R. for Nelson to spend  their honeymoon.  The happy couple were the recipients of many handsome presents, and were showered with  old shoes and rice at the depot,  and left with the best wishes of  many friends.  Mr. and. Mrs. J. Docksteader  will return abonfDec. 17th to reside at Midway, the beautiful  town of the Kettle Valley.  Backward, Turn Backward  Backward, turn backward, oh  Time in your flight, give us a girl  with skirts not so tight; give us a  girl whose charms, many or few,  are not exposed by too much peek-  a-boo; give us a girl, no matter  what age, who won't uso the street  for a vaudeville stage; give us a  girl not too sharply in view, dress  her in shivfcs the sun cannot shine  through; and give ub the dances of  days gone by, with plenty of  clothes and steps not bo high; put  turkey trot capers and butter milk  glides, hurdy gurdy twists and  wiggly glides, and all snch bunny  hugs on all a level; and let's feast  our optica on the sweet women of  days of yore. Yes, Time turn  backward and grant our request  for God's richest bleBBing, but nob  [undressed.���������Ex.  r       .!*     -'-',"  '    * ',,r I  ,  ,   <���������,' -'.. THE   LEDGE,   GEEENWOOD,  THE  LEDGE  is located at Greenwood, B. C, and can be traced to many parts of  the earth. It comes to the front every Thursday morning, and  believes that hell would close up if love ruled the world. It believes  in justice to everyone; from the man who mucks in the mine to the  king who sits on the cushions of the throne. It believes that advertising is the life of trade; and that one of the noblest works of  creation is the man who always pays the printer.  _ The Ledge is $2.00 a year in advance, or $2.50 when not so paid.  It is postage free to all parts of Canada, Mexico, Great Britain and  the county of Bruce. To the United States it is $2.50 a year, always  in advance.  R.  T.  LOWERY  EDITOR    AND    FINANCIER.  GREENWOOD, DECEMBER 18, 1913.  A blue mark here indicates that your Subscription has  become deceased, ancl that the editor would once more  like to commune with your collateral.  We should have a school Lin B.  C, to teach the New Zealand  method of making butter.  Heaven must be a place, unspotted by carnal mnd, and untouched by the wild brain storms  of a mundane sphere.  Even Christian Science is none  too new. The Hindoo philosophers taught something similar  many centuries ago.  What's the matter with British  Columbia? Can't raise enough of  eggs, beef and butter to feed its  own people.  As far as we can learn Hades  has one good feature.    The  fur-  'naces never freeze up,  and it is  not necessary to rustle a   stock of  ice for the summer.  On Sundays in Nakusp 20 years  ago divine services were held in  Hugh Madden's barroom. The  bottles and poker tables were covered with cotton and no booze was  drank during the services. After  church the devil again took the  deal and things went on as usual.  There are many knockers in  Nelson, and a few good boosters.  One of the real good boosters told  ua the other day that Nelson would  before very long have a population  of 50,000. This will be brought  about by working the platinum  deposits, and employing 16,000  miners or more" upon the great low  grade gold dykes that stud the  mountains around that beautiful  city. When these things come to  pass Nelson will become the greatest mining camp on earth. Let us  pray.  Every 25th of December is called  Christmas, not because Christ was  born upon that day,  for his birthday is unknown, but because upon  that   date  the sun   starts   north  again after having travelled steadily south for six months.    In countries far south of the equator the  proper time for Christmas is the  25th of June, and in countries far  north of the equator the 25th of  December.   Close to the equator  the  days   have . no   significance.  Christmas is really a sun festival.  We- sing,  we   dance, we  merry  make, because the sun,  the real  light of the world is again coming  north to fill all the land with green  grass, beautiful flowers and bountiful crops.   If thevsun should slip  a cog and fail to run on schedule  timo this northern  world   would  be a dead one.   So next week let  us rejoice that the sun has never  disappointed   ns,   and has  never  been a minute late up to date.  Thinking Themes  A correspondent writes: "When  people are married we often hear,  'What could he or she see in the  other?'  "Do love give a deeper insight  and see a worth really there, or  does it merely overheat the fancy  to imagine a worth not there?  "Will you give an explanation  of this?"  I will. Because there are few  questions   of  deeper  concern   to.  thousands than this.  For practioal purposes, for living  one's life in peace and happiness,  it is more important to know  about the law of love than the  laws of chemistry or of the  country.  There is no reason why the subject should not be treated in the  editorial column.  The question asked by my correspondent is a great one, np to  date, and almost a matter of life  and death.  Here, therefore, is the answer:  Love is not a delusion. Love is  the only thing that can see truth.  That is true not only in the relation of men and women, but everywhere else.  The reason Edison is a wizard  at invention is not only of his  genius, but also because he loves  laboratory work.  No man can handle a horso who  does not love a horse.  The best cook is the best lover  of cooking.  The greatest baseball player is  the most tremulous lover of the  game, other things being equal.  The best nevelist or story writer,  is the one who most wholly loves  the characters he creates.  The best actor is the greatest  lover of his art.  The only preacher of any account is the one who is infatuated  with preaching.  There is only one potency. It  is love. There Is only one vision.  It is love. There is only one  wisdom. It is love. There is only  one religion.   It is love.  Yon cannot get anything out of  a book unless you love it.  You cannot teach children unless you love them.  Money did not do any permanent  good in the world. One loving  heart outweighs all the gifts of  Carnegie and Rockefeller in its results on the welfare of mankind.  Love sees. It is not blind. Indifference is blind. The cold heart  is blind.  There is only one tragedy. It is  when love dies.  Love creates. Coldness is impotent.  ��������� Love has that faith (trust)  which saves the world. Intellect  has those doubts which unloose the  world. Love is sympathetic. Intellect is analytic.  The bottommost pit of hell,  Dante says, is frozen; the seat of  the Eternal in heaven glows with  heat and light.  The Devil, Mephistopheles, according to Goethe, is pure intellect. He never loved a human  soul."  "God," says the Bible, "is  love."  This earth was made for lov era,  and he who loves not, though he  bewalking about, is dead, dead,  dead.���������Dr. Frank Crane.  lu-iidstone, and dropped a handful of smoke-bush blossoms on the  grave.  ���������''Taint no man, Bir���������it's a hoss;  it's old 'Two Bits.'"  "But why is he buried here with  the soldiers?"    I questioned.  "Buried here, sir? Why, yon  must be a stranger, sure. I  thought everybody knew about old  'Two Bits' an' his his savin' Company A. It was two years ago,  when them Apaches was on the  war-path. They raided the ranches  below here and killed a lot of  women an' children, an' run off  all fihe stock; an' Company A was  sent out after 'em.  "They ambushed us at Dirty  Creek, more'n twice as many of  'em as we thought was this side of  San Carlos; but we managed to git  into a little clump of scrub-oaks  an' held 'em off till sundown.  "Then our captain see it was all  ���������fSp with us if help didn't come from  the post; an' he called for a volunteer to ride old 'Two-Bits' past an'  carry the word.  " 'Two-Bits' had been on the  track in his young days, an' held  the belt for long-winded runnin'.  Many'sthe time I've seen Cap.  clean up a hatful of Mexican dollars racin' him against the cowboys' ponies. He was a big chestnut sorrel, with white feet an' a  white face; an' him and Cap. loved  each other like twin brothers.  I've knowed Cap. to go hungry  lots o' times scoutin', so's old  'Two-Bits' could have his hardtack; an' he'd hold up his head an'  drink out of a canteen like a regular. It was mighty hard time if  that old hoss didn't get his share.  "Well, more'n a dozen of the  boys offered to go, but Cap. picked  out 'Curly' White, the toughest  an' lightest man in the lot, to do  the ridin'.  "While they were gittin' him  ready, 'Two-Bits' just stood and  rubbed his nose on Cap.'s arm like  he was sayin' that if we didn't  hear the old troop bugles before  mornin' it wouldn't be his fault.  "Then 'Curly' grabbed his gun  an' swung into the saddle; an' we  all hollered an' yelled an' made a  break for the Injun lines on the  side away from the post, like we  was bound to go through. That  gave 'Curly' a chance, and he took  it. Old 'Two-Bits' shot up that  valley like a streak, but there was  a trail of Apaches behind him.  We see 'Curly' drop the reins an'  turn in the saddle, >an' the Injuns  fall back a little.  "The race was nip an' tuck for a  mile, an' once we see old 'Two-  Bits' stagger like he was hit; but  he kept his feet an' passed out of  sight in the hills. Then the dark  came down an' we waited. By  daylight the bugles of the old  Third was a-ringin' in the valley,  and we knew all was well.  "An'   'Curly'   an'   'Two-Bits?'  Well 'Curly' was shot clean thru,  but he lived, an' is wearin' shoul-  der.straps today.    An' 'Two-Bits?'  He carried the word, an' he carried  two big balls from Apache rifleatill  he fell dead at the colonel's door.  "The men he saved  put  him  hero; an' I don't reckon none o[  them   that's    sleepin'     'longside  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  lll,������������������*l,',������������l'-������*������ ������������������lUt-jl'jPI  able to start the day as cheerily as  a typical country farmer. Is it the  ginger that has worked this cure?"  A well known doctor said that if  people would only eat ginger at  breakfast their health would improve in many respects and they  would start the day much readier  for work than they do now.'  "Ginger," he said, "contains an  essential oil which acts as a fine  nerve tonic. It promotes digestion, is an excellent stomach tonic  aud is extremely good for the liver.-  "The liver is the organ which  makes people so morose in the  morning. Unless it. has been well  stirred up by the day's work it is  in a lethargic condition, and frequently the brain is ,in the same  state, for its blood supply is not  right.  "Now if people who experience  these symptons would only take  plenty of ginger at breakfast their  livers would act properly and their  digestion would improve to an extent they cannot realize until they  try the cure. They would go to  business in a normal state of temper.  "I am perfectly certain that if  more ginger were eaten the world  would be a very much better place  to live in, for nine-tenths of the  people who are now unbearable  until they have worked the bile  out of their systems would then be  as jolly and bright in the morning  as they are at an evening party  now.���������London Mirror.  NEW ADVERTISING SCALE.  The newspapers iu Greenwood, Phoenix and Grand Forks have adopted the  following scale for legal advertising:  Application   for   Liquor  Licence  (3������ days) $5.oo.  Certificate of Improvement Notice   '  (60 days) * .* ' $7.50  Application to Purchase Laud Notices (60 days) $7.50  .Delinquent Co-owner Notices (90  days) J10.00  Water Notices (small) $7.50  _ All other legal advertising, 12 cents a  line, single column, for the'first insertion; and 8 cents a line for each subsequent insertion. Nonpariel measurement  ���������A LOVELY FACE  BUT UGLY HAIR  A new bulletin is now available  at the Forestry Branch, Ottawa,  describing some Jsimple and inexpensive methods of preserving  fence-posts from decay. It has  been found that the genorous application of hot creosote to well-  seasoned posts stripped of bark,  even when only painted on with a  brush, will add at least ten years  to the life of the least durable  woods. Many common Canadian  woods which hitherto decayed too  rapidly to be so used are thus  made available for fence-posts.  The saving in first cost and transportation more than  balances the  cost of treatment, while th6 cost of  placing the posts will be mnch  lass when considered as an annual  charge.  How often you see an otherwise lovely  face spoiled bp homely hair���������a face that  would be most charmingly beautiful if  she only had prettier hair. What a pity!  ���������and how foolish! Because that .ugly  hair, stringy, dull, lifeless-looking though  it may be, can be made' as glossy, .silky  and beautiful as the heart could desire if  only taken proper care of.  Harmony Hair Beautifier is just what  it is named���������a hair beautifier.' It is not  hair dye or hair oil���������itis just a  dainty,  rose'perfumed liquid dressing to give the  hair its natural gloss and brightness, its  natural wavy  softness, its natural' rich  beauty.     Very easy . to  apply���������simply  sprinkle a little on your hair each time  before brushing it.   It- contains no oil,  and will not change the color bf the hair.  To keep your hair and scalp dandruff  free and clean, use Harmony Shampoo.  This pure liquid shampoo is most convenient to use, giving an instantaneous  rich, foaming lather  that  immediately  penetrates to every part of the hair, and  scalp, insuring  a quick  and thorough  cleansing,   It is washed off just as quickly, the entire operation taking only a few  moments.    Contains nothing  that  can  harm the hair, and leaves no harshness  or stickiness���������just a sweet cleanliness.   .  Both preparations come in odd-shaped,  very ornamental bottles, with sprinkler  tops.   Harmony  Hair Beautifier, $1.00.  Harmony  Shampoo, ^Oc.    Both  guaranteed to' satisfy you in every way, or  your.money'back.   Sold .in   this, community only at-our store���������The Rexall  Store���������one of the 'more than ��������� 7,000 lead-'  ing drug stores of the  United  States,  Canada and Great Britain, which owns  the big Harmony Laboratories, Toronto,  where the celebrated Harmony Perfumes  and Toilet Preparations are' made ���������J. L,  White, Druggist, Greenwood, B.C.  P\  The world of music-^what a gift  Suppose you should wake up Chri-ftmas morning to find .;  that some one had put the world of music in your stocking.  That's precisely what you can do for any member,  of your family, or any of your friends, if you give ah  The new types, without horns,' ire especially  popular just now. They are made Inartistic  aesisns from a variety of beautiful woods. The  one shown here is extremely moderate priced.  It is called the Amberola VI, It plays the new  Blue Amberol records, with all their remarkable beauty of sweetness snd.volume, with all  their ranee of program. It is fitted with the  diamond reproducing point that never wears  out and never needs changing.   An Edison is  a permanent gift���������one that will be a lasting  pleasure for years to come. Can you imagine  a more practical gift���������cr one that will bring  more real delight to those you love?  TRADE ."MARKI  Edison Phonographs and Record) arc told by*  Gulley.'&Co  Send a Float to your friends at  Christmas. Mailed direct from  The Ledge office to any part of  the world for 25 cents..  WHY NOT  Enjoy Yourself this  CHRISTMAS  By wearing one of our  Nifty Suits or Overcoats  REASONABLY PRICED  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  NEWMARKET   HOTJ**"G  Is the home for all tourists and  millionaires visiting' New Denver, British Columbia.  A. JACOBSON. Proprietor.  THE   "PROVINCE   HOTEI.  Grand Forks, B.C., is in the centre  of the city, and furnishes the public  -���������*������������������*-   every     .i-���������.*--  with  . ._,     accommodation    at  reasonable rates.  Emil Larson,' Proprietor,  THE   KASLO   HOTEL  Kaslo, B. C,, is a comfortable  home for ali who travel to that  city.  Oocklo & I'apwortn.  ARLINGTON HOTEL  Trail, B. C���������This hotel has been  thoroughly renovated. It is heated  by steam, and has hot" and cold  water in all rooms. A pleasant  home for all who travel.  JAMES WILLIAMSON, Proprietor  '������������������������������������  Nelson, B.C.  First-class in everything.'  Steam-heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every 'room. First-class  bar and barber shop.  'Bus meets all trains.  ROCK CREEK HOTEL  Rock Creek, B. C.   This hotel is*  situated ou historic ground, and  has  tasty   meals   and'   excellent  ��������� rooms."   '. ���������������������������.������������������-.���������  T. R. HANSON, Proprietor.  PATENT SKATE GRINDING MACHINE  TREMONT   HOUSE  Nelson, B. C, is run on tho American and European plan. Steam  heatod rooms. All white labor.  Special attention paid to dining  rom.  Kaiisomo & Ciunpljoll, Props.  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton, B. C. is the headquarters for miners, investors  and railroad men. A fine location and everything' first-class  KIRKPATRICK & MALONE, Proprietors.  QUEEN'S  HOTEL,  PHOBNIX     B.   C.  The Newest and Largest Hotel in  the City. Everything neat, clean  and comfortable. Steam heat and  electric light. Meals and drinks at  all hours.       '���������.:"  HARTMAN & WALSH   ���������>- -��������� Props.  Skates will be ground at Kinney's shop  on the only grinder in B.C.  grudges him his room.  BRIDESVILLE   IIOTEL.  Bridesville, B. C. This hotel is  within easy reach of all the leading  Boundary towns and the centre oi  a fine farmiugjdistrict.  THOMAS   "WALSH,   ProprJotor.  THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton. This hotel is new, comfortable  welt-furnished, and is close to the railway  depot. Modern accommodation and sample rooms.  SUMMERS & WARDtE. Proprietors  ON PARI-E FRA'NCAIS  NATIONAL HOTEL  GREENWOOD, B. C,  The. Really Best House  . in the Boundary.  Recently Remodelled and  Strictly Up-to-Date.  Restaurant in connection  OWEN j BO YER,.   -      PROP  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  joomsin connection.  Mrs. A. F. K1RBY  RIVERSIDE HOTEL  " S.oek Creek, B. C. This is one of  the oldest hotels in tho Kettle Valley. Excellent accommodation for  all travellers.  S. T. LARSEN, Proprietor.  ARGO  TUNNEL  Ginger in the Morning  Always eat ginger-in the morn-  ing. That is the newly discovered  enre for the got out of bed on the  wrong side feeling that effects so  many Englishmen in the morning.  "For  many   "years,', a corres-  GRAND OENTRAL   HOTEL   Opposite Postoffice, NELSON, B.C.  American and European Plans.  H. H. PITTS, Prop.  CENTRAL HOTEL  PHOENIX.  One of the largest hotels in  the city.   Beautiful location,  fine rooms and tasty meals.  A. O. JOHNSON  PROP.  "Two-Bits"  Hello 1 You've got a giant here,  I said to my blue-coated guide as  I wandered through the military  graveyard at Camp Downing and  stopped by a big mound all alone  in one corner.  The old fellow touched his cap  in salute   before tho  tall   whito  A  pondent writes, "I have been the  victim of my own ungovernable  temper and have never been able  to get myself amiable before lunch  time. Last week a friend presented me with a jar of preserved  gingerjand my good fairy suggested  to me that it would be nice as a  relish at breakfast in place of marmalade.  "Since I have been taking it my  frame of mind in the morning has  rapidly improved and now I am  All signs point to a great  mining revival in B. C. and  particularly in the Greenwood  district. In the vicinity of  Greenwood there are vast  bodies of gold, silver and  copper ores that have not yet  been touched. When they  are Greenwood may become  a second Butte. The Argo is  in good ground, and at any  time may strike a large body  of high grade ore. When it  does Greenwood will be a  hummer.  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.  JAMESlllENDERSON Pro rlcto  III 11 HE  I  EHOLT, B. G  If  DAVID 0XLEY  Proprietor.  OLA LOFSTAD  President  JAMBS McCRlDATH  Secretary.  $***'*****-*tK������-^  I The Windsor Hotel  I THE WINDSOR HOTEL is one of the  nest furnished  j hotels in the west.   It is located iu the heart of Green-  | wood and within easy reach of all the financial and  -**- commercial institutions of the Copper Metropolis.  Heated with Steam and Lit by Electricity  Commodious sample rooms.   The bar is replete with  all modern bovorages and the meals aro tho best. Eooms  reserved by telegraph.  WMtW^^**<&Mfrw  ���������' I .'     V f.  THE   LEDGE,, GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  WE CAN SAVE YOU TIA1E AND'MONEY  By supplying you with your Xmas purchases quickly aud at a low price. We are  devoting special time aud attention lo the out of town customers and can assure you"  prompt and reliable service. Your correspondence and-orders attended to by return. We have the largest and finest stock ever carried in thc interior. Our goods  and prices invite 'comparison. We will be pleased to send selections on approbation. _ The earlier you send the larger choice wc can give you. Drop us a line and  we will, be pleased to mail you our new calender, which is very pretty and attractive  J.  O. PATENAUDE  Manufacturing Jeweler, Watchmaker and Optician.  NELSON, B.C.  Contractor'and Builder  ���������    ' ���������DEAI/ER IN��������� '  Doors, Windows, Sash.  a<.$.**.J'?jm:������:.*^^  TEMPERANCE , ���������    f  , ,is all right if shorn of humbuggery.' $  'Too much water drinking is just ���������$  as injurious as too much liquor 'or w  anything else. 4  OUR PURE WINES ' f  AND LIQUORS |  are medicinal if not abused.? Every y  household should have a moderate $  supply of pure wines or liquors "in X  ��������� the closet for emergency���������either y  ,. unexpected visitors or sudden illness, when a drop of pure liquor  in time may forestall all necessity  for drugs. X  | Gr-miwooa Etqnor company, Importers, Greenwood, B. fr f  g*M..:..:������:.'X.^  An Electric-Iron or better still  a small Electric Oven, would be  an ideal present for your wife this  Christmas. Drop in at our store  on Copper St. and',let us show  you .what wonderful' electric appliances we carry in stock. .Our  rates for current are very reasonable too, much cheaper than fuel  All kinds of carpenter work'neatly done,  Box 127  , ,- :  -,. .-   .Greenwood.  5.  '^---���������������������������������������������-Ss*--';*-^^*-^^  >9  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, -Fish  aud Poultry.   r Shops iu nearly all the  ���������   towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B.C.  ���������"**55SiS,->-''*,������5,*"*-*>--^^  Notary Public,  ..��������� *'      '       . ' i  Land'and Mining Agent,  [���������j Mining Recorder's Office.  ROCCK REEK, B.C,  Electric Irons, per month 50c  Disc Stoves, per month... 50c  Small Electric Ovens, per month iSi.oo  Greenwood City Waterworks Company  THE M@ME CIRCLE  Pleasant Evening Reveries, A Column Dedicated to  Tired, Mothers as?they Join the Home Circle at Evening-  Tide,' , .  ':  "FAGGED-OUT" WOMEN  yyy>:-4  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  "3E!  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  ���������DEALER IN���������  . All Kinds of Feed  "OUR BEST  FLOUR"  tt  Always up to Standard  0<><K>(X)O-CK>OOOO0<>0������0OCK><>CK>0O  .   Many an unwise parent works hard ancl lives ��������� sparingly  all his life for the purpose of giving his children a' good  start in'the world, as.it is called.    Starting a young man  out with money left by his relatives is like tying a bladder  under the arm of' one who cannot swim.    Ten to one he  loses the bladder and goes to the bottom,    Teach him to,  swim and he wont need the bladder.    Give .your .child   a  good education.    See that his morals are pure,   his mind  cultivated and his whole nature   subservient to the laws  that govern man and you will give what will be  of more  value than the Indies.   You have given him a start no mis*  fortunes can deprive him of,   The earlier you  teach him  to depend upon himself the bettev.    .  ASirTING.of the County Court of Yale will  be holden at the Gouit Houso, Greenwood,  on Tues'liiy theol3lli day of January, 1914, at  eleven o'clock in the forenoon.  ,. By order,  v    WALTER DEWDNEY,  '     ,   ' Registrar C. C. of Y  your Razors Honed |  and Your Baths at I  loenix Stage 1  Leaves Greenwood Daily at 3 p. ni. =s  Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m. ���������3'-  ������~ GREENWOOD OFFICE        - - CLUB CIGAR STORE ~3  g JOHN FULLER        *    ���������'������       ,        PROPRIETOR =3  {������������������*h������*h������*m2-m������������^  t    ��������� ' t  St**** fi D ��������� a ������ a^ ��������� i ��������� ^ HI ������I n ^ ��������� ������ A  r  ��������� GREENWOOD,  SHOES SHINED  At the Windsor Hotel by |  ZACIC WATSON  t  ?  ?  ���������J  s&-$H]^--$--iQ*hQhiV3-'-'--^^  MESSENGER SERVICE  ANALYSIS OF WATER.  Chlorine    /   8.14  Sulphuric Acid / 363.43  Silica  74.29  Lime.; ;. 84.57  Alkalies as Soda  ���������. 5.91  Magnesia '.. 232.00  Wthia .'.'...���������.. .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 ol 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.       I  ������**m>o<>o<x**o<>oo<>ooo<-������x^^  T.-. :.TH-OMAS-  CLOTHES CLEANED  ' '\   PRESSED AND REPAIRED  '.'  TAILOR - GREENWOOD  OU-9^>000<XX><X>0<X>000<>0000000  -AND���������  SMOKERS'" NOTIONS  When you want a headstone or  monument write to the Kootenay  Monumental Works, Nelson, B.C  Imported and Domestic  GIGARS  All that a smokers heart desires at  Walter G. Kennedy's  There is no greater token of respect and, affection than  an invitation to enter the real heart and home  life of a  family.   And yet how seldom do we offer ourselves the relaxation and our friends and neighbors the pleasure of such  an invitation!     Is a guest coming?    Straightway we  set  to work to clean house from garret to cellar; we  cook and  bake and stew and fuss and sigh and work as though some  terrible calamity were about to befall us, instead  of  that  which should be the most delightful' anticipation, the visit  of a friend.    If the house is clean and fair enough for our  nearest and dearest, why not for our friend?    If dinner is  ample for the family, why not for an added guest?   And  will not the day and visit be more delightful for both hostess and guest, if the fare-is plain and the faces at the table  bright and fresh, not wearied and flushed as with an added  burden instead af an added pleasure?   Can we not learn to  offer ourselves sincerely and simply, just as we are, in our  every day clothes and manners, to those who come  to us.  Let social intercourse be frank and frequent and friendl}7.  Let us be honest and genuine and fine and courteous in our  daily lives, so when the friend comes he  will find  us untroubled and sincere, as we always are,   ready  to  receive  the good thought, the story, the laugh, aud to  give him  our very selves in return,  our   best  in  conversation,   aud  appreciation, that will make the humblest dinner  a feast  for kings,  Will "Find Help in This Eetfer.  Overworked, run down, "fagged out" ���������  ���������women who feel as though they could  hardly drag about, should profit by  Mrs. Brill's experience.  She says:   "I was In a' very ���������weak, '  run-down ' condition.    Life   was   not  "worth living. 'I could'not sleep, was  very nervous, stomach bad, and was  not able to work. ', .,  "I consulted with one or two phy-',  slclans,* -without beilejflt.'   I read of  Vinol helping'some one in a similar'  condition so, I began to take it, and it'  simply did wonders for me.   I gained  in weight and I'am now   in   better;  health and stronger than ever.-, I can  not. find words    enough    to   praise  Vinol."���������Mrs. W.,H. Brill, Racine, Wis.  . Thousands- of women and men who  were formerly weak and sickly owe '  their present, rugged' health' to the ".  wonderful strength-creating" effects of  Vinol.   We guarantee Vinol to build -  you up and make you strong.   If it  does not we give back your money.  J. L. White, Druggist, Greenwood  STARKEY & CO  v    iy. NELSON, B. C.  MINING  BROKERS  PROSPECTS    BOUGHT   AND   "SOLD  DR. A. MILLOY  DENTIST  Lmilliam Boya, Proprietor,  9  fialcyoti, B. ft  All  the   latest   methods  in  high-class  Dentistry.  Don't Be HOODWINKED  WE NEVER CHANGE BRANDS  r  iiilBtiiiiiili^lii  ������������������3**svjs������r*sa������,w#-;w;i*;������=ia*s  "���������'Z-i,  J3  '<*���������*!  II  ARE A 1 QUALITY  THE OLD RELIABLE COMMON SENSE SLEIGH  , LOO BUILDING,  Corner Abbott & Hastings Streets.  VANCOUVER, .-..-.-   B.C.  JASi G  SOLD BY  MOMYNN  GENERAL MERCHANT  l  MIDWAY  ���������y  CANADIAN  Are Yciu Going to the Old Country  { or to  Ontariio, Quebec, NewBrunswick, Nova Scotia  Greenwood & Midway  AUTO STAGE  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 8:20 a.m., & for Oroville at 3:10  p. m. Leave orders at Terhune's  Cigar Store.    . Charles Eussell.  TheBRILLIANTES  Are the Best Clear Havanas In Canada  Made by Union Labor in the best Hygienic Factory in the country.   Call for  them and-get yalue for 3*our money instead of rope  WILBERG & W0LZ, Prop. B.C. Cigar  Factory, New Westminster. B. C.  DO TOUR FDR BUSINESS DIRECT with the largest house In the World  dealing exclusively In AMERICAN RAW FURS  Get "More Money" for your FURSj  SHIP YOUR PURS TO "SHUBERT"  a reliable���������responsible���������safe���������Fur House -with an unblemished reputation existing for "more than a quarter o������a century," a lonK successful record of sending Fur Shippers prompt���������SATISFACTORY  AND PROFITABLE returns. Write for "*rije fSbubtrt 8>l)Wtt."  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published.  Write for it-NOW-I.'s FREE  A     D    CUfinFPT   I-,~    25-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE.  \A. D. jti\Ji5t.Kl, lllC. Dept. 535 CHICAGO. U.S.A.  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.  ���������Tlie '!'Home Folks" will be glad to see you, but further pleased  if, whe'you detrain at your "Home Town,!'you are feeling refreshed  and comfortable after your 'long journey, The Canadian Pacific  equipment anol service always leave that satisfied^feeling.  and let us arr;ange"everything for you��������� thus removing many of the  little worries 1 incidental to "getting away."  Tickets to thje Old Country on sale daily throughout November  f'an<$2December, final return limit five months.  Tickets to Eastern Provinces on sale throughout   December,  final return limit three months (with privilege of extension)  Reduced rites from all Kootenay Points to all points east  j in Canada.  YOUR 0)HOICE OF ROUTES.    STOP OVERS  From Greenwood to Toronto $96.70  From Greenwood to Montreal $101,70.  E..R. EEDP/ATH, J. V. MURPHY,  Greenwood, B.C. District Passenger Agent, Nelson, B,C  ffi ft  Plumber: ;  and Tinner  I am prepared to ex*** j  ecute   all    orders   for  jjj  .plumbing and tinsmith***  ������   ing in city or country,  \i  $  '  \i=���������   I GEORGE CLERF.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the under ���������  sig-ned, aud endorsed "Tender for Immigration and Detention Hospital Building*, Vancouver, B.C." will be received until 4.00 p.m. ou  Monday, December 29,1913, for thc erection of  the above named building-.  Plans, specification aud form of contract can  be soea and forms of tender obtained on application to the office of Wm. Henderson, resident architect. Victoria, B.C: on apDlication to  Mr. A. J. Chisholiu, caretaker. Public Building  Vancouver, B. C.and at this Department.  Persons tendering are notified that tenders  will not be considered unless made ou the  printed forms supplied, and signed with their  actual signatures, stating their occupations,  and places of residence. In the case of firms,  the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of residence of each member  of the firm must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by an  accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable  to tho order of the Honorable the Minister of  Public Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p. c.) of  the amount of the tender, which will be forfeited  If the person tendering decline to enter into a  contract whon called upon to do so, or fail to  complete the work contracted for. If the tender be not accepted tho cheque will be returned.  The Department docs not bind Itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCUERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, No\ ember 13, 1013.  Newspapers ������ill not be paid for "��������� his advertisement If they insert it  witlion - authority  (Com tlie Department.���������-19327  .ymmmmmmmmnmjmmmmmmmmmmimnmmg  | HOCKEY   BOOTS!  | Stanfield's Underwear. I  I Bell's Shoes I  1 Mallory Hats 1  | Semi-Ready Clothing I  e  |  P. Wa GEORGE & C  l|     COPPER STREET       ,        GREENWOOD, B. C,   |f  ���������������*OAL mining rights ofthe Dominion,  v-> 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  $1 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 nersnn 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.  Eachfapplication must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available  but not "otherwise.   A royalty shall be ,  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the "mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of (merchantable coal mined and pay the royalty  thereon: If the coal mining rights are  not being operated, such returns should  be furnished at least once a year.  _ The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the  rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application should  be made to the Secretary of tie Depart  ment of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  J. E. CAMERON,  Leading Tailor of the Koofcenays.  KASLO      B.C.  Subscribers are reminded that  The Ledge is $2 a year when  paid in. advance. When not so  paid it is $2.50 a year.  ASSAYHR ���������  E). W. WIDDOWSON,' Assayer and  Chemist, Box B1108, Nelson, B. C.  Charges:���������-Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper,  $1 each. Gold-Silver, or Si' er-Lead,  ji.50. Prices for other metals: Coal,  Cement, Fireclay analyses on application. The largest custom assay office in  British Columbia.  SMOKE....  Imperator ancl Kootenay Standard  Cigars.   Made by  J. C. THELIN & CO., NELSON.  The newspaper that always pleas-  ea all its readers has never beeu  pu Wished,  Bank of Montreal  "ESTABLISHED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $16,000,000    Rest, $16,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS,   S802,814.94  Hon. President: Lord Stratucona and Mount Royai,, G. C. M. G.  President: R. B. Angus, Esq.  Vice-President and General Manager: II. V. Meredith, Esq.  Branches in London, Eng. {^^SSs!} New York, Chicago  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers.    Grant Commercial and  Travellers' Credits, available in any part of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ^^^^^.T^nt  Greenwood Branch] -  C. B. Winter, Mgr.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, CV.O��������� LL.D., D.C.U, Prc.ld.at  ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD  ��������� a������n������ral Manager Aaal.Uat Ganoral Man.g������r  fc loaves Greenwood 10 p. m  ������ Greenwood Office  ^ NORDEN  *  tfjtjfijtjijtjtjijtjAjijAjijiS.tj;,  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES  Issued by Th������ Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to  provide himaelf with funds without delay at each point of his journey in  a convenient yet Inexpensive manner. They are issued payable ia -tvery  country in the world in denominations of  $10,   $20,   $50,   $100,   $200  with the exact equivalent in tho moneys of the principal countries stated  on the face of each cheque.   They are economical, absolutely safe self-  identifying- and easily negotiated. &a  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  A, H, MARCON   -  Manager of Greenwood and Rock Creek llranclics  About Float  Float is nofe a periodical.  It is a book containing 86  illustrations all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life.   It  tells how a gambler cashed  in after the flush days of  Sandon ; how it rained in  New Denver  long  after  Noah was dead ;   how a  parson took a   drink   at  Bear Lake in early days ;  how justiceuwas dealt in  Kaslo   in   '93;   how the  saloon man outprayed tho  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically    depicts   the  roamings   of   a   western  editor among the tender-  feet in the cent belt.   It  contains the early history  of Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In   it are   printed three  western poems, and dozens of articles too numerous to mention.   Send for  one before it is too late.  The  price   is  25  cents,  postpaid to any part of the  world.   Address" all  letters to  R. 71 Lowery  GREENWOOD, B. 0.  Many people fail to accomplish  anything because they try to do  too much,  The extreme sense of perfection  in some men is the greatest obstacle  to their success.  -mlc'cly ntons couehn, cures colds, and heals  the threat and lungs.      ::      :i      so cento,  t, ���������;';  '"���������V i  I ��������� ': ������������������. ,���������������;'.���������;.ii,..;-,*.; ���������>���������,' ���������  "-;...~">V-. .  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  0<>0<X><K>0<>-6<)<><X>CKKK>OOCK>00<*^  l   B. C. MINING NEWS   |  000<H>00<>0<>00<>CK>00<><H><X><>0<H>  During the mouth of November  15 vessels arrived at the Port of  Vancouver carrying a carload of  Petroleum, the total measure being  slightly over 320,000 bai-rels. All  shipments wore from California  ports. Tho inauguration of a new  service of oil burning liners from  Vancouver next month will, it is  thought, cause these figures to  show great increase in the coming  year.  That the government is endeavoring to develop for the ultimate  benefit of the Canadian people the  gas and oil fields of the Dominion  is shown by the work of two experts of the' mines branch of the  government, who are at work on  tbe whole question of oil production in Canada. They have just  made a report, which is under the  consideration ofHon Louis Coderre  Minister of Mines, and which will  result in increased activities. Upon  proper legislative guidance, the oil  fields of Canada, if developed, may  rival those of the United States.  News that the Red Cliff Mine is  ��������� to be reopened in the spring is received iu Stewart with intense satisfaction   on   every   hand.     This  mine which was one of^the   mainstays of tho Portland  Canal from  its inception, has [now been  shut  down for the past twelve months,  and the loss of its payroll has been  keenly felt.   The impetus given to  copper   mining   generally. in this  part of the world by the activity of  the Granby Consolidated  Mining  Company has been the direct cause  of new capital being interested, and  it  is  learned   on   the  very best  authority that sufficient money haa  been raised to start to block out  the immense bodies of copper ore  already proven to be existent in' tbe  mine.   The Red CHS will 'eventually be handed down   to posterity  as a monument  of  never failing  faith, supported   by the untiring  energy of its promoter, A. Erskine  Smith.���������Victoria Week.  down this week. It is said that  the company owes between three  and , four thousand dollars for  wageH and supplies. This will, of  course, be paid by the company.  J. D. MacMaster of New York is  the managing director of the company and will, no doubt, pay up  when he becomes acquainted with  the facts, as he has a reputation  for square dealing.  J.   P.  Keerio,  manager of the  Wonderful, near Sandon, met with  an accident two or  three weeks  ago,   which   has necessitated   his  keeping to tho house since then,  although now able to get about  again.    The cap of a set of timbers  fell on his foot when a new set  was being put in the tunnel,   with  the result that some of the bones  in his right foot were injured. The  firBt car of galena mined from the  Wonderful in many years was recently shipped to Trail.  Alex. Smith, manager of the  Surprise, went to Nelson Tuesday.  Mr. Smith will go east this month  to spend the winter," the management of the mine being left to J.  P. McFadden, M. E., the superintendent. The development on  the Surprise has passed the experimental stage, and next year it will  be one of the large shippers from  the Sandon camp. Development  has shown three veins of galena  below the 800 level. One of these  veins is from 4 to 6 feet in width,  the other two from 1 to 2 feet.  The silver contents of the ore  averages about 130. ounces to the  ton. The zinc shipped is about 50  per cent.  CITY COUNCIL  met   on  Monday  The Slocan Mines  FROM THE SLOCAN" RECORD  Geo. B. Deane, having leased  his partner's interest in the Cinderella, near Three Porks, is now  working that property.  Chas. Brand and A. R. Ping-  land, owners of the L H mine near  Silverton, went to Nelson last Saturday, returning Monday.  The Payne crosscut tunnel, being driven to get under the old  workings at a considerably lower  level, is now in between 2,500 and  3,000 feet.  Ed. Shannon and G. B. Webster  went clown to the Neepawa last  Friday. The latter, having got  out and shipped three cars of ore,  has decided to quit now as winter  has come on.  Byron N. White, owning important mining interests in Slocan  district, in Whitehorse copper  camp, Yukon, and in other parts,  is reported as improving after having been seriously ill at his home  in Spokane.  Thos. Trenary has a couple of  men working on the Jo Jo up the  North Fork of Carpenter creek.  He has already taken out some ore,  and will continue getting more  until enough shall have accumulated for a carload shipment.  The Eagle Lode Mining company is making good progress  with the work of driving a crosscut adit on its Eureka property,  situate three or four miles from  Whitewater. The object of this  development is to open at greater  depth a shoot of ore ocourring in a  higher level and believed to continue down.  The Hartney mine was closed  The Council  evening.  A letter was read from H. Bose,  secretary, of the U. B. C. M.,  notifying the [Council that the  assessment towards solicitor at  Victoria during the next session  would be 820. The letter was laid  over for the incoming Council to  deal with.  A letter from the B. C. Telephone Co., requesting the Mayor's  signature, andjapproval to changes  in their line was received and  fyled.  Several J engineers of Nelson,  Victoria and Vancouver sent in  their terms for making a report  upon the water system. The matter of engaging an engineer was  left to the Mayor and Water Committee.  It was agreed to sell lot 10,  block A,- map 61, to B. Schandel  for $25.  C. Kinney and R, Mitchell sent  in tenders for the building known  as the Greenwood   hotel.     They  were not accepted,   and   tenders  will be called for again at a later  date.  By-law No. 5 was finally passed.  The   following   accounts   were  ordered to   be   paid:    G.   Clerf,  $56.25; C.  J.  McArthur,   844.37;  The Ledge,  82; Granby Co., $3;  Greig & Morrison,   $5; A. Logan  & Co., 85.40; C.  Kinney,  $11.50;  L. A. Smith & Co.,  $21.40;  Electric Lights, 8138.95; J.  L. White,  50 cents.  The   Council   adjourned   until  December 29.  THE WAY TO PREVENT  COLD WEATHER DISEASES  There would be lots less sickness during cold weather if folks would only take  ordinary common sense precautions  against it. When you hear their is smallpox around, you don't lose much time in  getting your family vaccinated. But lots  of you do not use the same good sense in  preventing colds, the grippe, bronchitis,  pneumonia, typhoid lever, rheumatism  and other diseases, some' of them very  serious and dangerous, and some of  which nearly every member of your family is almost certain to suffer from before  winter is over unless some medicine is  taken to build up the body and put it in  perfect order before cold weather sets in.  Vaccination prevents the growth of  germs of small-pox iu the blood, and  puts the system into a perfect healthy  condition to resist small-pox. Rexall  Olive Oil Emulsion is designed as an aid  to prevent as well as relieve disease. It  strengthens the body to overcome the  germs and help to put your system into  the right condition to resist disease. It  contains the four Hypophosphites recommended by physicians to tone the nerves  and blood, in combination with purest  Olive Oil, to nourish and strengthen  them.  You who are weak and run-down, and  you who are apparently well now, but  are liable to suffer from various cold  weather ailments, use Rexall Olive Oil  Emulsion to get and keep well and  strong, J?or the tired out, run-dowr***  nervous, emaciated or debilitated���������the  convalescing ��������� growing children ��������� aged  people���������it is a sensible aid to renewed  strength, better spirits, glowing health.  Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion���������king of  the celebrated Rexall Remedies���������is for  freedom from sickness of you and your  family. Pleasant tasting, containing no  alcohol or dangerous drugs, you'll be as  enthusiastic about it as we arc when you  have noted its strengthening, invigorating, building-up, disease-preventing  effects. If it does not help you, your  money will be given back to you without  argument. Sold in this community only  at our store���������The Rexall Store���������one of  more than 7,000 leading drug stores in  the United States, Canada and Great  Britain ���������J, I,, White, Druggist, Greenwood, B. C.  CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS  Community  Silver  Sheratan design, Community Silver Plate stands alone in its wear resisting quali- )$������%  ties, The pieces are first plated with quadruple plate [four times standard Al ���������sy*  i^^n'plate] covering the entire piece, which is then overlaid with a visible disc of PURE  (������h)SILVER of equal thickness, giving the portion most subject to wear an octuple plate  (|B|*s [eight times stand, Al], The very heavy "Overall" plate, reinforced by the thick  "overlay, makes COMMUNITY SILVER practically wear-proof, inordinary family  use, ...  THERMOS BOTTLES  Keeps contents cold 72 hours, or warm 24 hours,  Our Illustrated Catalogue  Is Fall ol Suggestions For Those Who lust Buy  i-finas "'  CROCKERY  Forty piece Tea Sets-vFancy Cups and Saucersx/'Tumbier-s.-va dozen different dc  signs and sizes in Teapots, Dinner Sets, 97 pieces. Fern Dishes, Chocolate  Sets,   After dinner cocoas,   Marmalade jars, etc,  A pair of skates makes a very'nice present���������a suit case���������an electric iron���������or a  Coffee Percolator.  A Tweed Hat or cap.  GIVE HIM  Handkerchiefs of Silk Hose are. always acceptable.   Gartars  Suspenders, Arm Bands or Ties.  What iSjChristmas without Holly? We have an ample supply for every house,in town.  Just what you have been asking for.    Dill .Pickles, very fine.  Maple Syrup, just like you used to get-4'back east."   It certainlyjgoes fine these cold  mornings.! '"���������''.*.  Haye you tried.Brookfield.Sausage? ,.Nicely packed in cartons. Take one home.  FRESH MEATS, best ever.   Ranch beef, killed .'yesterday^  For Your Wife, Mother, Sister or Dauibfer  Hand Embroidered Armenian Linen Handkerchiefs  NICE FOR MAILING    .  Satin& Velvet Cushion Tops  Lace Collars and Sets ���������  Hat Pins, Scarf Pins, Veil Pffls,  In Italian Ivory  Auto Veils and Scarfs ���������  DRAWN WORK  in Runners,  Lunchj Cloths,  Trav   Cloths,  Centre Pieces and Doylies  SILK HOSE  in Tan and Black  Galiberts and Fopes Gloves  Kid, lined and unlined, and \yool Gauntlets" j  INFANTS  Wool Hoods, Jackets and Bootees  LADIES WAISTS  in Fancy Nets, Shadow tace, >Chiffon and  .     "Silk*    SILK SHAWLS^ i  in White and Black ��������� *���������- .*'  SATIN UNDERSKIRTS  in Green Black and Red.  A Very Complete Assortment of Slippers in all Coins. and Sizes  OUR STOCK OF RIBBONS IS VERY COMPLETE  DRY G00BS, B������0TS AWB SHOES  Drilling in Alberta  The past week has been a very  busy one.   Day after day brought  announcements of the formation of  new companies who propose to explore parcels of territory all the  way from Eed Deer to Lethbridge.  Three companies announced their  intention to bore in the Innisfail  district,    one   the Sanalta   Company,    an English   concern,   expect to be drilling shortly  after  New Year's Day.   In the Black  Diamond    district    the    Calgary  petroleum Produce [Company will  prove up two sections, "the plants  for which ia expected daily.   The  Black Diamond Company  (Buck  interests) expect to  prove their  property   within 60   days.    The  Hansen lease on the section owned  by the Western Canada Company,  has rebuilt the derrick wrecked by  last Sunday's cyclone and should  have resumed  drilling operations  by this date.   The "Western Pacific  Company are rushing in a plant to  open up territory within one mile  of the Dingman well and expect to  have the drill working in the first  week in January.   The Mowbray-  Berkeley Syndicate, who will operate under the direction of E. H.  Cunningham Craig, have imported  a very fine plant and active building operations are in progress on  their first  section.   The Chicago  people (Southern Alberta Oil Co.)  have decorated the landscape with  a group of bunkhonses and storehouses, while the Segur encampment growB busier as they near the  oil-bearing   formation ���������they  are  now   poking    through   at  about  2,000   feet.   Near   to the Segor  well is the property of the Thirty  Fonr   Company,   which Jb  considered one of the choicest locations in   the field.   The  Huron  Bruce Co., the Herron-Elder Co.-  the Western Prairies Co., United,  of Alberta, the Rocky Mountains,  the Standard of Alberta, and half  a dozen other concerns all expect  to be drilling within the next sixty  dayd.   Oat of the Black Diamond  district proper, the  High   River  Co., at High River, are pounding  along at about 700 feet depth wiih  an abundance #of gas but only a  slight seepage of oil. The Federal  Co., at Gladys, are erecting their  equipment. The Standard Oil  Fields, of Alberta are surveying  their property at Alderayde for the  spot on which tb sink. Altogether  seventeen or eighteen wells are  assured, That this number will  be materially increased by spring,  is a safe prediction.���������Alberta Mineral Age,  ������E?������S   Ife^ctothe Pacific as a firm, which gives  rSam^l wTk  VcmCS   t0   a11   h*y��������� of  Jewellery,  Diamonds, Watches, Silverware, Cut Glass and Silverware  Our. Big Vancouver Store, which is British Columbia's  store, is one of the largest, best stocked in the world and  cer amly there is nothing in America which excels it and  1 !.;Ce,ATh,S St������fe b y0Uf st0'e'   To a" outof town  orders foi"Christmas Gifts, we pay strict attention, and  can give British Columbians quicker returns and better"'  value for their money than any other store in the Dominion,   It you have not received our illustrated Catalogue write for it today,   There is lots   of  time yet to  make your selections from our large stock if you hurry,  us today,  HENRY BIRKS :& SONS, LIMITED  JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS  Geo,ETrorey,Man.Dir. VANCOUVER, B, C,  \  a protection  guarantee  against alum which is found in  the low priced bjaking powders.  To be on the safe side when buying  baking powder, examine the label and  take only a brand shown to. be made  from Cream of Tartar.  Send your friends a copy of  Float next month. For 25 cents  they are mailed from The Ledge  office to any part of the world.  Send your money early and avoid  the rush.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the tiu-  dersitrneii, and endorsed "Tender for  Puohc Bulldlng-Port Alberni B.C.," will be received at this office until 4.00 p.m.. on Wedties-  d*\?:l*.s<t-D,1-c.*1m,berl913*fortlle construction of  a Public Building- at Port Alberui, B.C.  Plans, specification and form of contract  can be seen and forms of tender obtained from  the postmasters at Port Alberni, and at Nanaimo. and Mr. A. J. ChisUolm, caretaker Public  Building-, Vancouver, at this Department.  Persons tenderlntr are notified that tenders  will not be considered unless made'on the  printed forms supplied, and sig-ned with their  actual signatures, stating their occupations aud  places ol residence. In the case of firms, the  actual si(fnature, the nature of the occupation  and place of residence of each member of the  firm must be given.   . ...,-,  Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable to  the order of the Honourable the Minister of  Public Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p. c.)  of the amount of the tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter  Into a contract when called uoon to do so, or  fail to complete the work contracted for. If the  tender be not accepted the cheque will be returned.  The Department does not bind Itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  WM. HENDERSON,  '_.���������������������������    ' .��������� ...     Resident Architect  Department Public Works Office,  Victoria, B.C. Dec. 9th, 1913.  Newspapers will, uot be paid for this advertisement  if they insert  it without authority  from the Department.���������41965.  EXTENSION OF:TIiME  NOTICE is hereby "giveu-i'.tliat   the  time for the 'reception of tenders  for the construction of wJiarfs at Victoria Harbour, B.C.,  s extended tos,Thursday, January,<8,1914."  Bylordcr,  '    R. C DESROCHERS,  _ \ Secretary.  Department of}Public Works,  Ottawa, December 9,1013.  LOWERY'S CLAIM.  i  During tho 37 months that Lowery'B  Claim was on '.earth it did business all  over the world. It: was the most  unique, independent and fearless journal ever produced in Canada. Political  and theological} enemies pursued it with  the. venom of'a rattlesnake until tho  government shut it out of [the mails,  and its editor] ceasad to publish it,  paitly on account of a lazy liver and  partly, because ut takes a pile of money  to run a paper tjhat is outlawed. Ihero  are still 20 different editions of this condemned journal) in print.- Send 10 cents  and get ono or. ($2 and get! the bunch.  IR. T. LOWERY,  (     Greenwood, B. C  The  family  remedy;   for   Coughs   and Colds  "Shiloh costs so  lijttle  and does   so much I'  GET YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS X  NOW      S  I  AT THE CHURCHES  Christian Science service will  be held in the Oddfellows Hall on  Sunday at 11 a.m.   All welcome.  Rev. A. T. Bell will preach in  the Methodist church next Sub-  day at 11 a.m.   Sunday School!-^  2.30 p.m.  Service in the Presbyterian  church next Sunday, Dec. 21st  will be held in the morning at  11 o'clock. Sunday School and  Bible Class 2:30 p. m. Rev. J.  R, Mwnro Pastor.  New French  DeVILBUSS PERFUME ATOMIZERS  '"' ...-..--��������� ^ - j  IVORY TOILET SETS FOR LADIES  EBONY TOILET SETS FOR GENTLEMEN  NY10 CHOCOLATES are t|e best  Pure and delicious they stand the t&st .  . J.   JU   WHITE  THE REXALL DRUGGIST |  REXALL that is King of al|.  il1  '51  i  M  ���������1  Mi  I  il  I  '���������8  if  S'l  ���������-1  ���������*  >",<  n  vl  -/J

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