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Staters Wear  Ladies and Chtldrens  HOCKEY SHOES ;  V -���������    ' S *  Sweaters, Aviation Caps, Gloves, Etc*  GREENWOOD, B.C.  Greenwood's   Big  Furniture  Store  It you are looking for a good  useful present for this  Christmas season ��������� see our  line of  MORRIS CHAIRS  AND ROCKERS  We are just  new bunch..  opening up .a  Also Rugs, Mats and  Pictures  T. M. GULLEY & Co.  Opposite Postoffice.   ' GREEiWOOD, B. C. Phone 27  0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000$  The Greenwood Grocery  We Specialize in Groceries and Provisions.  OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE  OUR STOCK IS UP-TO-DATE  Our Prices are Right and will Stand  INVESTIGATION  ALL ORDERS WILL BE GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVE US A TRIAL  LEE & BRYAN PHONE 46.  5o-C>00-0*0*Ct-0������0*C'*C**0<>0-C*<"*-C*-'^^  CHRISTMAS CONFECTIONERY.  Dainty Boxed Chocolates for dainty ladies.  Finest Dried and candied fruits  Novelties in Tree and Table Decorations  Specially Low Prices for Xmas Trees and 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  LEDGE ADS. BRING RESULTS  A. L. WHITE  New and Nifty  in Satin Finish  2 inch posts with $��������� inch fillers.  , $21 and $26  &$*&SS>?3te5M5&g>5&3&55i>?g>?&^  Around Home  S^S^������^������^������^������^������^������^������^������^&^������4^  These beds are made in B.C.  therefore the low price.  IF  ���������^  FOR THE CHRISTMAS  FARE  DECORATED  Christmas  Cakes  ���������AND-  Mince Pies With Puff Pastry  YOU KNOW THE QUALITY!  William C. Arthurs  THE  BREAD & CAKE BAKER  Vienna Bakery, Greenwood '  ^=  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 DREVER  Booms in Miller Blk.  over Drug  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.  A    full    line  of  Automobile  skates at A. L. White's.  Tenders for Building  SEALED TENDERS for the purchase  of the building situate on Lots 20 and 21,  Block B, Map 28, Silver Street, known as  the Greenwood Hotel, will be received  by the undersigned up to 5 o'clock p.m.,  Monday, December 15th.  The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Purchaser.to deposit'. |25 as a guarantee  that the Lots will be cleaned of all refuse, and the ground levelled and filled  where necessary.  Greenwood, B. C, Dec. 2nd., 1913.  G.B.TAYLOR,  City Clerk.  AT THE CHURCHES  Holy  10:30  Rock   Creek   Church.  'Eucharist and Sermon at  a. m,  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 Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday School  2.30 p.m.  Service in the Presbyterian  church next Sunday, Dec. 7th  will be held in the morning at  11 o'clock. Sunday School and  Bible Class 2:30 p. m. Rev. J.  R, Munro Pastor.  Experience  time.  gets   there   every  Harry Wakefield is on a trip to  England. * '���������        ' "'    ,  There are 125'men working, at  the smelter.  1 *  Owen Boyer will return from  Vancouver this week.  Mr. Sullivan will start the second paper at Coalmont.  Thethird'furnace at the smelter was blown in on Saturday.  J, C. Dale has sold his farm  near Bridesville'to Mr. Simms.  Get a chance on that free  Christmas drawing at Kennedy's.  ��������� Sliver, of the Kettle Valley  train crew is taking a holiday in  Nelson. i;  Born.���������At Midwav on November 18,- to Mr.* and Mrs. Donaldson, .a sou.        '. m  Deep sea and other fish are  always,on the b'ill-of-fare at the  Windsor Hotel. .1 ���������  Your friends would like to read  Float. * Get one for 25 cents at  the Ledge office;  The Fire Department will hold  their annual soiree on the night  of December 22nd..  Mose Burns has returned to the  city from Lea'dville and other  camps near Princeton.  James Dimmick has returned  from Hood River,,and may spend  the winter in the Boundary,  Commercial travellers should  not forget the Windsor Hotel  when en route to Greenwood.  For trapping beaver out of  season Camille Saunier, ot Rock  Creek, was fined $50 last week.  The old Central hotel is being  torn down,' and .a portion of its  remains .shippedotp. Rock*Creek.  . Game dinners are quite numerous, .since A. Logan and his  hunting party returned to the  citv.  He expects a case pipe for  Xmas; don't disappoint him but  see that fine selection at Kennedy's. ,  Miss Gladys MeCreath, left on  Tuesday for Vancouver where  she will yisit relatives for the  winter.  At Rock Creek last week H. H.  Wolfe was fined $20 for exporting  deer from the province without  permit.  The Junior Hockey team are in  training, and no doubt young  Canada will loom up during, the  Carnival.  On November 25 a marriage license was issued to Andrew Co-  betto and Edith Luciani, both of  Phoenix.  Special prizes, silver cups and  medals for the Poultry and Pet  Stock competition, are growing  in volume.  Send a Float to your-friends  this month, You can have one  mailed to any part of the world  for 25 cents.  Fred Smyth does not forget his  newspaper training. He walks  down and up the hill to Phoenix  every Sunday.  On November 27 a marriage  license was issued to Louis Bom-  bim and Miss De Guisti Maraiglia  both of Greenwood.  Begin now and get your  chickens in condition, tor the big  Poultry Show in Greenwood, on  January 14 and 15.     :  Dr. McLean brought his renovated car from Grand Forks  last Thursday. It was a hard  trip over the summit.  Before H. McCutcheon in Greenwood last Friday, Max Berger  was fined $10 for exporting a  deer's head without a permit.  J, M. Doyle, district manager  for P. Burns & Co., was in town  last week. He has been 18 years  with the meat Kings of the west.  Hector Bareille died in the Old  Man's Home in Kamloops last  month from pneumonia. He was  an old-timer, in Nelson, and came  to Greenwood eight years ago.  He was an acrobat in his younger  days, and travelled with  Rice's circus in4860.  Dan  ' On November 28 a marriage  license was issued to Walter Herbert Newland Glossop and Mrs.  Margaret Sterling, both of Rock  Creek.  ' Hockey will be one of the leading events at the great Winter  Carnival in Greenwood upon January 14 and 15. Keep the date  in yonr hat.  The Windsor "Hotel has been  renovated from roof to basement,  and is now one of the very best  homes for travellers in the Boundary district.  On Sunday at Midway, Bob  Guise had his left leg broken by  his horse falling on him. He is  in the Greenwood hospital and  progressing favorably.  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.  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. , -������  The person who took a pair of  skates from the office of a hotel  in town is known. If they are  returned within a week nothing  will be said, if not, action shall  be taken.  All interested in poultry and  pet stock should remember the  coming Poultry Show in Greenwood upon January 14 and 15.  It will be the greatest show of  its kind ever held in the city.  Christmas will not be dry in  Greenwood. The Greenwood Liquor Co. received a carload of  Walkers whiskey last week, and  has the same quantity en route  from Gooderham & Worts; also a  carload of "Bass' Ale ���������and Guinness' Stout direct from England.  Pat.Welch, the railway contractor, was operated on for obstruction of the bowels in Seattle  on Saturday. It 'was thought  that he would die, and his family  were rushed to his bedside on a  special train from Spokane. At  last accounts Welch was improving,  The Agricultural Society went  to the trouble of. sawing up some  logs into stove-wood length to be  used this winter, but a certain  person has appropriated the  wood. If the said person will  either'pay for same or return its  equivalent everything will be  satisfactory, if not, then���������  The Ski Aviators, of Phoenix,  are trimming their skis, for the  aerial flights at Greenwood during the Carnival days, we have  the authority of the champion of  the west, that the course selected  is the best natural one in the  country, and with favorable  weather conditions record distances will be made.  November 28 was the 19th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.  L. A. Smith. That evensng  about 30 of their friends gave  them a surprise party, some of  whom brought baskets of dainty  edibles, The evening was a  merry one. After the cards were  put away the pleasant event was  rounded out by music and refreshments. Mr. Lachmund and Mrs.  G. B. Taylor won the card prizes.  The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian Church will hold their  annual bazaar on Thursday, Dec.  11th, in the auditorium. In the  afternoon there will be the; usual  sale of fancy work suitable tor  Christmas gifts, (flowers, candies  and home cooking). Tea and  ice cream will also be served.  There will be a varied entertainment consisting of drills, songs,  tableaux and a play entitled  '���������The Crystal Gazer." This  play, we understand, is exceptionally good as a royalty has to  be paid to put it on. Admission  25cts,  n  i Western Floa'ti  There -are    56   telephones**-,*;in  Kaslo. '   . , ', 'y^'s  ������**.-*  Seven buildings are in courseof  construction at Clinton.  In B. C. there are over 40.175  telephohes in daily use.  J. W. Power, of Kaslo, has gone  to Australia for the winter.  John Pomeroy died in Barker-  ville last month aged 82 years.  The government will erect a high  school building in Port Alberni.  Over 60 stores and houses are  under construction in Smithers.  For lack of business the picture  show has closed in Summerland.  Mrs. George Cole, formerly of  Kaslo, died in Butte last month.  The C. P. E. has suspended all  local Sunday train service in B.C.  There is some talk of Vernon  being a wide open town next year.  A cannery is being built in  Grand Forks that will employ 50  people.  C. L. Copp,, the mining man,  has taken up his residence in Vancouver.  ', The*,city of 'Amoy in China ia  the dirtiest cii;y in the world, and  Stanley MeDhinick says that the  lanes in Kaslo'remind him of Armoy ���������  ^aslo maytyet be called the Amoy  of Canada'if it does not clean up.',  *,' - *     >  This-year the Bluebell on Koot-,  emiylake has shipped 63,000 of ore *  to the Trail smelter. The Standard,  at Silverton has   shipped   45,000,  The Bluebell is the oldest mine in  Canada having been worked as'far  back as 1825.  By next spring 2000 men will be .  working on the railway' between  Clinton and Kelly Lake. There is  an immense amount of rock work  to be done between these two points  A little rough railway town has  already sprung up at Kelly lake;  Send for a catalogue ,of head-'  stones and monuments, made by  the Kootenay Monumental Works,''  Nelson, B. C.  CITY COUNCIL  Fear to die until you havo done  some good that will always live.  It is a risky thing to get mad  andetay that way until after eun-  aet.  Hides are being shipped from  New Denver to the coast by Hermann Clever.  Kelowna wants a post office  building that will cost from $75,-  000 to $150,000."  The beef raised in B.C. is only  enough to supply this province two  months of a year.  The Standard mine at Silverton  is shipping 2500 tons of zinc ore to  Argentine, Kansas.  A Farmer's Institute has been  organized at Milne's Landing io  the Nechaco valley.  ��������� C. C. Kohrdt has put in a roller  feed mill at Molson that will crush  30 tons of grain daily.  Last month the Cariboo road was  almost impassible in* some places  upon account of slides.  .For trapping beaver Jesse Mansfield was', fined 815 and costs by  the court in New Michel.      " " *-���������  Vernon has voted against increasing the number of its aldermen from five to seven.  From Canyon City in East Kootenay 500,000 feet of lumber will be  shipped to Seattle this season.  In Grand Forks the Winnipeg  Hotel will be enlarged when the  city puts in a sewerage system.  By next spring the C.P.R. will  be nearly all double tracked between Vancouver and North Bend.  Carloads of Halcyon water are  being shipped to Kelowna. There  is no typhoid in that famous water.  George Macaulay died in the  Old Man's Home in Kamloops last  month.   He was a Cariboo pioneer.  At Duck Creek $43 has been subscribed for a Christmas tree. About  $7 more will give that town a  glorious time.  The Kettle Valley railway  bridge across the Fraser river at  Hope will be 1,000 feet long and  cost a million dollars.  J. C. Wallace has 100 Angora  goat3 on his ranch near Republic.  They help him materially in the  clearing of bush land.  This season the hay crop in the  vicinity of Mara and Enderby  amounted to 2500 tons. It will be  sold at from $15 to $20 a ton.  The Groundhog district ia deserted this winter except by one  old trapper who expects to clean  $5,000 worth of furs this season.  It is reported that 30,000 sheep  will be taken into the Chilcotin  country next spring. That section  of B.C. is favorable to sheep raising.  Bill Keddy has staked a group  of zinc claims on the west side of  Lillooet lake. The ledge is from  20 to 40 feet in width, and 4,600  feet long.  At Armftrong last month a  Chinaman bought eight acres of  land for $745 an acre. The best  celery in the ������world is grown at  Armstrong.  There are 106,000 Indians' in  Canada and the number is slowly  increasing in spite of whiskey and  tuberculosis, the two greatest  enemies of the red man.  The Noble Five mine at Cody in  the Slocan has closed down for the  winter. Some miners are working  in'the deep tunnel that is being run  through the Sovereign ground.  Frank Martin recently shipped  three tons of ore to the Trail smelter from bis claims in the Hazelton  district. They went 2760 ounces  in silver and 39 per cent copper.  Flour dropped 50 cents a sack in  New Denver last week, ond tho  Record thinks it could stand a  further reduction without alarming  tho citizens of that beautiful town.  The Council   met  on  Monday  evening.  J. H. Goodeve's offer of $25 for  the building on lot 22, block B,  map 28, Silver street was accepted.  W. L. C. Gordon's offer of $25 and  improvements for lot 5, block 12,  map 21, Silver street was accepted.  Sam Lee's offer of $150 for the  south 22 feet nine inches of lot 12,  block 11, map 21, Silver street, and.  the building thereon was accepted.  It was decided to call for tenders  for the  building   known   as   the,  Greenwood Hotel.  The Council donated ��������� $50 to the  Fire Dept. Asst. chief McArthur  thanked tho Council for the donation, and invited the august body  to visit the Department upon  Christmas. >    -    , _ ���������_  The following. accounts were to  be.paid: .-R.. Nt, Adams,. J25.10:*!  Mark Christehsori, $24."   \ V-/    ':  '     , . **���������   ������       ���������*;     It was ' reported by'the Water, ���������  Fire and Light committee "that the "  contract for cordwood had been let  to C. J. McArthur for $2.05 a rick.  Election By-law No., 5, 1913,  was read a third time.  The city clerk was instruoted to  find out what it would cost to get  a report from a hydraulic engineer  on the water system.  Council adjourned until December 15.  Farmer's Institute Meeting  A meeting of the Greenwood  Farmer's Institute for the elec-'  tion of a delegate to the annual  convention, was held on Nov.  26th. A resolution was submitted to the effect that, at the  present time many settlers, are  kept from coming into the district, by the original land granted  to the Western and Columbia  Railroad, being held in reserve.  Mr. Whiting who was elected  delegate was requested to bring  the matter forward at the Central Institute.  HOCKEY  At the office ofthe smelter an  enthusiastio  hockey meeting' was  held last week to form a Smelter  Hockey club at which W, L.' Bell  presided.   It was the. general con- ���������  census of opinion that as the smelter  did not come up to expectations in  the football line, they would more  than retrieve lost honors by having  a Smelter Hockey team in  winch  all would feel proud.   ^The  following officers were elected:  Hon. President, O. Lachmund.  President, W. L. Bell.  Vice-Presidents, H. Bidder and  J. Caron.  Sec.-Treas., G. S. Walters.  Manager, J. Jory.  Asst. Mgr., O. R. Matthews.  With this splendid selection of  officers* it is thought that the  smelter hockey team' will do itself  honor and they are now awaiting  for challenges from Mother Lode  aud a team from Greenwood city*  ��������� ,<' > I'.f  .'rV/h'K'  s .-������>'!  - 1 THE   I.F.nGE.   GREENWOOD,   BRITISI1   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  kiug 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 4, 1913.  A blue mark here indicates that your Subscription has  become deceased, and that tho editor would once more  liko to commune with your collateral.  We need a million more hens in  B.C.   It is about timo Uncle Sam  reached out and (linked that club  solo in Mexico.  Do not despise small things.  The six spot is all powerful in a  mizare.  Greenwood puts up more money  for public events than any other  city of its size in America.  There is a man in Detroit who  makes $60,000 a day. He does  not drink, smoke nor play poker  She loved mo when I was ignorant, awkward, needing constant  care, and all because 1 was hers,  born of hor body and part of her  soul. Now either feebleness and  trait of childness in her endears  me to her, for no reason, except  that she is my mother.  By so much as sho is a tax on  my time, attention and money, I  love her.  She shall not triumph over me  in the day of judgement; for my  tenderness shall equal hers. She  watched with   me until  I   grew  they are a part of tho times. Doctors are men, just like the rest of  us, neither better nor worse, and  as we grow better we' havo better  doctors.  Bad breath, flatulence, drowsiness in the daytime, wakefulness  at night, all mean food-poisoning.  Resort to drugs for relief, contiuiu  to gulp, guzzle and bolt, turning  to the doctor now and then in  times of trouble, and the watei  supply gets infected by the sewage,  and the doctors call it Nervous  Prostration, Bright's Disease, or  Inflammatory  Rheumatism,    and  t  the undertaker begins to take a  personal interest in you.  Very,  very few deaths aro natural.     Men die because a  part  gives out,  and,   unlike an Oliver  Plow or a McCormick Reaper, you  can't replace the part.   Tho next  best thing when you  havo a hot  box. or get  short-circuited,  is to  seud for tho surgeon;- and he cuts  into you, removes the offender, and  you go thru life with one cylinder,  somewhat proud of it, mentioning  the fact to neighbors and marveling that you can run at at all with  one    kidney    and   no   appendix.  Please bear in mind that tho greatest dietetic   sinners   are not   the  poor and   ignorant,   but the so-  called educated   class.     We   all  realize the   dangers   from   strong  drink, but strong meat that sets  up its ferment after you eat it is  quite as bad as the prodnct of the  habit. A.nd in fact it is very much,  like it, save that its symptoms are  somewhat veiled, but it is just as  deadly in its career.  Dr. J. H. Plank of,;The Temple  of Health, Kansas City, says that  in all his career he has never  known a case of. appendicitis except with individuals who are addicted to the drug habit. Appendicitis follows torpidity, and is the  natural result of impaction, starting inflamation in a small but very  useful organ.  The vermiform appendix becomes fevered, then inflamed, and  fashionable surgery, not being able  to cure the complaint, simply,cuts  the organ out, with the result that  the person is never again capable  of happy, exuberant health���������the  health we would all enjoy if we  lived properly.  Every individual should discover  for himself the foods that disagree  with him, these he should absolutely forego.���������Philistine.  Growth in Humanity  Man was proud before he was  kind; he was chivalrous before he  was decent; he was' tattooed before  he was clothed; he built a home;  he sacrificed to his gods before he  helped his neighbor; he was hero'c  before hecwas charitable.  We are losing the savage virtues and vanities and growing in'  the grace of all the humanities, interruptions and set-backs, of  course,,till the kingdom of love is  fairly established upon the earth!  ���������John Burroughs.  mm  THINK OF IT.  ���������P\  YOUR HAIR MAY BE  YOUR FORTUNE  In about two months from now,  tho market will be glutted with  paving material for the highway  to Hades.  In this life so many fail because  they are like a Canadian postage  stamp. It is hard for them to  stick to anything.  up; I shall watch with her till she ������rain that is fermented first and  steps   into heaven. - Dr.   Frank swallowed afterwards,  Crane.  How to Keep Well  Graft increases the cost of public buildings in America. Graft is  a product of politics, and must be  endured, for it cannot be subdued.  The gum on our postage stamps  is lacking in adhesiveness. Here  is a chance for the Liberals to put  another plank in their platform.  It pays to be gentle for you can  win more with love than a clnb.  Here in Canada the more we lick  our postage stamps the worse they  become.  Thinking Themes  The greatest thing one can do is  to do what ho wants to do.  I speak, however, of great things  only. For in little things ono is  great by doing what other people  want him to do.  But. for instance, in one's life  work, in carrying out the fundamental instinctive forces of his being, there a man should nobly follow his own bent.  A man's religion is ennobling  and humanizing only when it is  expression of his own conviction.  The wickedest marriage .ia the  marriage to the one we do not  choose.  No warrior is great unless he  fights for his own principles.  But when it cornea to selecting a  seat at table, wearing this or that  hat, and all the pretty affairs,  greatness lies in yielding.  She is my mother, said the young  Nature intended that each animal thould live to an age approximately five times the number of  years it takes to reach its bodily  maturity.  Man reaches his height and  maximum strength at twenty, and  should therefore live to be a hundred.  The brain, being the last organ  to develop, and growing until man  is, passed seventy, should sit secure and watch every organ decline.  As it is, the brain, with more  than one-half the individuals who  live to be seventy, loses its power  before the hands and feet, and  death reaps something less than a  man.  Health is the most natural thing  in the world.   It is natural to be  healthy, because we are a part of  Nature���������we are   Nature.    Nature  is trying hard to keep us well, because she needs us in her business.  Nature needs man so he will be  useful to other men.    The rewards  i of life are for service.    And the  penaltifls of life are for selfishness.  Human service   is the highest  form of self-interest for the person  who   serves.     We   preserve   our  sanity,  only as we forget self-service.  To center on one's self, and forget our relationship to society, is  to summon misery, and misery  means disease.  Just a few plain rules, and the  whole matter of life is automatic  and self-lubricating.   Health is a  habit.    In the race of life the man  with educated brain���������but why not  have both?   People with impaired  digestion do not sleep well at night.  In fact, they are slightly poisoned  with fermented food.     Action is  the one law of Nature.   Every-  The craving for stimulants is a  disease, and never goes with dietetic righteousness. Crime follows  malnutrition, as does night the  day. Irritability, stupidity, touchiness, are some of the results of  food-poisoning. The criminal is a  sick man. Twenty-five years ago  Doctor Charcot of Paris said,  "Ninety-five per cent of all diseases  have their origin in  the  digestive  tract." .,  v  The one prevailing complaint  among civilized people is malnutrition���������indigestion and inactivity  of the bowels. This causes excuse  for the vast purchase of pills and  medicine to relieve a condition  which should never occur.  There is a way to regulate the  bowels by eating the right food.  Most of the so-called "heart diseases" are stomach trouble.   The  Beautiful hair has made the fortune of  many a woman, by adding charm und  loveliness to an otherwise plain face.  Nothing means more to good looks than  beautiful hair. It adds to the attractiveness of every feature. Without it vou  can't be beautiful; with ityou will be' at  least pretty.  To have beautiful hair, use Harmony  Hair Beantifier. It will improve the  beauty of your hair, taking away the dull  harshness and stinginess, softening and  polishing every hair in your head and  making it soft, silky, glossy, easier to put  up and keep in place, aud at the same  time giving it a rich and lasting rose fragrance that will delight both you and  those around you.  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 of the hair, nor darken  gray hair.  To keep your hair aud scalp dandrufT  free and clean, use Harmony Shampoo.  This pure liquid shampoo gives an instantaneous rich lather that immediately  penetrates to every part of hair and scalp,  insuring a quick and thorough cleansing.  Washed off just as quickly, the entire  operation takes only a few moments.  Both preparations come in odd-shaped,  very ornamental bottles, with sprinkler  tops. Harmony Hair Beautifier, ji.oo.  Harmony Shampoo, 5OC Both guaranteed to, satisfy you in every wav, or  your-money back. Sold iu this community only at our store���������The Rexall  Store���������one of the more than 7,000 leading drug stores of the United States,  Canada and Great Britain, which owns  the big Harmony Laboratories, Toronto,  $35  Made to your measure here.  No excuse to be without one  forj'those parties and dances this  winter at this price.  The world of music���������what a gift  Suppose you should wake up Christmas 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 an  Edison Phonograph  The new types, witlioul horns, tie sacecullr  popular just now. They are made in artistic  designs from a variety of beautiful woods. The  one shown here is extremely moderate priced.  ������������������-������ll������|theAmberolaVI. ll playi the new  Blue Amberol records, with all their remarkable beauty of tweetneu and volume, with all  their range of program. It is fitted with the  diamond reproducing point the' never wears  out and never needs changing. An Edison is  a permanent sift���������one that will be a luting  pleasure for yeara to come. Can you imagine  a more practical gift���������or one that will bring  more leal delight to those you love?  TRADE' MARK!   .������a&k������-w  Editor- Phonographs and Records are.gold by'  Guiley &Co0  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  '9099  AND-  SM0KERS' NOTIONS  Imported anf Domestic  G/GARS  All that a smokers heart desires at  NEWMARKET   HOTEL  Is the home Tor all tourists and  millionaires visiting New Denver, British Columbia.  A. JACOBSON, Proprietor. *  THE   PROVINCE   HOTEL  Grand Forks, B.C., is in the centre  of the city, and furnishes the public  with every accommodation at  reasonable rates.  Emll Larson, Proprietor,  where the celebrated Harmony'Perfumes  H7.--.li..-,..      ft T7* 1    ,  sis&szttssztt* ���������** Walter G. Kennedy s  man, but I call her my baby.   She thing is in motion.    And digestion  is eighty years old. Old people  are very like babies, and we ought  to love them, for of such is the  kingdom of heaven.  I have an idea life evens np  things. When I, was young and  helpless she took care of me* now  I take care of her. I am paying  my debt.  She never left me alone when I  was an infant. Now I do not  leave her alone.  She was patient with me then; j  now I am patient with her.       '  goes on during our sleep just as  much as when we are awake.  What we want is to be very much  stomach, being located just beneath the heart, fermentation  causes pressure on tho heart, and  this starts irregularity of heartbeat ������������������ and probably in timo may  set up a genuine heart-disease.  All diseases of the .liver have  their rise in   imperfect   digestion.  Overtaxed kidneys, with Diabetes  and Bright's Disease,  follow like  causes.    Catarrh, hay-fever, colds,  typhoid, yellow fever aud smallpox  may originate from imperfect elimination.    Disease catches those  who lack resisting power or resiliency.   Keep your bodily health np  to a  high average and you are  proof against any malevolent germs  that may come along.  Health means that the friendly  germs   are fighting for you, aud  disease means that tho germs of  dissolution and death are in the  majority.   As a student of the bo  called   ������������������science  of medicine," I  would say that the   first requisite  to health is that one confine himself to foods that agree with him,  and that bring about natural  elimination without the use of drugs  and chemicals.  There is one thing the world has  not known until very recent times,  and that is that every drug has  OUB FDR BUSINESS DIRECT with the largest -,������������������������  dealing exclusively In AMERICAN RAW FIBS  Get "More Money" for your FURS  SHIP YOUR FURS TO "SHUBERT"  a reliable���������responsible-safe���������Fur House'with an unblemished reputation existinc for' more than a quarter o������a century," a lonsrsuc-  ti'-?TS������uUr,������c,'?rd.ot s^^  ���������*---������   ������������-      <?������!������f.      AND PROFITABLE returns.   Write for "ffibt ferjufj-rt ftfjiwer,"  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published  Write for it-NOW-ifs FREE  A   B   SHIIRFRT   Inr.   25-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE.  /*. p. onufiLKi, inc. Dept. 535 Chicago.u.s.a.  THE   KASLO   HOTEL  Kaslo, B. C��������� is a comfortable  home for ali who travel to that  city.  Cookie & Papwortn.  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.  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  ROCK CREEK HOTEL  Rock Creek, B. C. This hotel is  situated on historic ground, aud  has tasty meals and .excellent  rooms. -  .T. R. HANSON. Proprietor.  TRKMONT   HOUSE  Nelson, B. C, is run on the American and European plan. Steam  heated rooms. All whito labor,  ���������special attention paid to dininj?  rtim. . ���������"���������  .   Ranaome & Campbell, Propg.  Mallory Hats  Semi-Ready Clothing  I  P. W. GEORGE & GO. J  g     COPPER STREET       ,       GREENWOOD, R C,   f  ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiaaiiaiiiiiiiiii^  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton,. B. C. is the headquarters   for  miners,   investors  and railroad men.   A fine location and everything first-class  KIRKPATRICK & MALONE, Proprietors.  BBIDESVUtE   HOTEL.  Bridesville, B. C. This hotel is  within easy reach of all the leading  Boundary towns and the centre oi  a fine farmingfdistrict.  THOMAS   WAtSH.   Proprlotor.  QUEEN'S   HOTEL,  FHOB3NI2C      B. .O. :  The Newest and Largest Hotel in  the City. Everything neat, clean  and comfortable. Steam heat and  electric light. Meals and drinks at  all .hours.  HAfiTMAN & WALSH    -   -   Props.  ON PARLE FRANCAIS  NATIONAL HOTEL  GREENWOOD, B. C.  The Reallv Best House  in the Boundary.  Recently Remodelled and *  Strictly Up-to-Date. ,  Restaurant in connection  OWEN,; BOYER      -      PROP  THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton. This hotel is new, comfortable  '     r���������/Ur#S!led*and ls close ������ tS? ������   way  P?eProoms������ Meommodatlon and J.  SUMMERS & WARDLE. Proprietors  Are You Going to the Old Country  or to  Ontario, Quebec, NewBrunswick, Nova Scotia  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 aud sample  rooms in connection.  Mrs. A. F. K1RBY  GRAND CENTRAL   HOTEL   Opposite Postoffice, NELSON, B. C.  American and European Plans.  H. H. PITTS, Prop.  The "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 and service always leave that satisfied feeling.  awake in the dayt.me   and very Lot on]y a direc(ieflect bufc a r&  much asleep at night, And these  things are possible only to people  who eat the right food, think good  actionary % effect., Action and reaction are equal. The use of drugs  which bring about quick action of  thoughts, and observe the every- the bowIs ia always fol]owed b  day common laws of health.  However, I think it is a mistake  to blame the medical fraternity for  all of our ills and disabilities. The  fact is, doctors minister to the  prejudices of the times,   because  periods of inaction and torpor.  Then after a time the individual  has to take more medicine. He is  educating his bowels and he is  wrongly educating them, and in  course of time he becomes a victim  of the drug habit.���������which is just as  bad as to be a victim of the drink  ���������*jff3& m9WmBa  and let us arrange'everythifag for you��������� thus removing many of the  little worries incidental to "getting away."  Tickets to the Old Country on sale daily throughout November  and December, final return limit five months-  Tickets to Eastern Provinces on sale throughout   December,  final return limit three months (with privilege of extension)  Reduced rates from all Kootenay Points to all points <?ast  in Canada.  YOUR CHOICE OF ROUTES.    STOP OVERS  From Greenwood to Toronto $96.70  From Greenwood to Montreal $101,70.  E. R. REDPATH, J. V. MURPHY,  Greenwood, B.C. District Passenger, Agent, Nelson, B.C.  RIVERSIDE HOTEL  Rock Creek, B. C. This Is one of  the oldest hotels in the Kettle Valley. Excellent accommodation for  all travellers.  S. T. LARSEN, Prorrletor.  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.  JAMESJHENDERSOr. Pro rleto  lira liiiif  CENTRAL HOTEL  PHOENIX.  One of the largest hotels in  thecity. Beautiful location,  fine rooms and tasty meals. ���������  A. O. JOHNSON  PROP.  EHOLT, B, C,  1  DAVID 0XLEY  Proprietor. \  T  j***************^^  The Windsor Hotel  THE WINDSOR HOTEL io one of the best furnished  hotels in the west. It is located in the heart of Greenwood and within easy reach of all the finanoial 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 meals are the best. Rooms  reserved by telegraph.  I.**  f,  . ��������� ������������������������  K '������������������  ,-v  ffiSS3SS)a*fes3&l  stem  mssBis y������>,--~s^*gwaqs*������^*-pw;>r^'rc:^ , -..j,),, re^W,**^-*^j5B*3**a.--**-^^  /       . ,  , t-    *-. ,   / f . *>"i r ,'/, ) j j, ."  * .  ''-i     ,���������������. ". '('.'"J-T*"'' 7*^-7ni:,'^7,l,w*,**nS?*^w*!*>,  i '   ���������   '  '     '  1 r"   ' . .*/. ,    I.,   ,   .. ' ��������� ,.'   J 1.   ;V*'    ' V ' '/V'-V.W  '������������������ ',*' .;<'"/- l ��������� '' .'������������������-'  ���������m  il  WE CAN SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY  By supplying you with your Xmas purchases quickly and at a low price. We are  devoting special time and attention to the out oftown 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 iu the interior. Our goods  and prices invite comparison. We will be pleased to send selections ��������� on approbation. The earlier you send the larger choice we can give you. , Drop us a line and  we will be pleased to mail j*bu our new calender, which is very pretty and attractive  J. O. PATENAUDE  Manufacturing Jeweler, Watchmaker and Optician.  NELSON,.B.C.  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  0.  GUNDERSON  ���������t  Contractor and Builder  i  I  ii'  A ������***>"**,*^fr**>**>������*>*>*&'^^  TEMPERANCE *  is all right if shorn of humbuggery.  ��������� Too much water drinking is just  as.injurious as too much liquor or  inything else.  OUR PURE WINES  AND LIQUORS  are medicinal if not abused. Every  household should have a moderate  supply of pure wines or'liquors in  the closet for emergency���������either  unexpected visitors or sudden Illness, when a drop of pujre liquor  in- time may forestall all necessity  , for drugs.  | Greenwood Dqwor Company, Importers, Greenwood, B. & f  g.-'-.vx*****.:-*^^^^  rii[ ���������    ^"���������"���������-���������������������������ii*-****-*-"'-^^  HI        m ,   .j|  ���������DEALER IN-  Doors, Windows, Sash.  Vi,  All kinds of carpenter work neatly done.  Box 127     -     -   -     Greenwood.  The original drawn wire.  TUNGSTENS  "������������������   1 .. '      '. * i -* ,v-  1 I"!'j'.',''))1' u,,'  nr! *  .. M  40 WATT LAMPS  . 75 cents each  Greenwood City Waterworks Company  ti>;'j)  'iw,)i,i/, r;~i*'i'{!  I  I  m  Ml  1 im  S  ri'w  ���������i.j  . Notary Public,'  Land and Mining Agent,  ���������Mining Recorder's Office.  ROCK CREEK, B.C,  Dealers iu Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish  and Poultry. Shops in nearly all the  towns, of the Boundary and Kootenay.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B. C  '*5-***S������'S-������^-Si^^  NEW ADVERTISING SCALE.  The newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix and Grand Forks have adopted the  following scale for legal advertising:  Application   for   Liquor  Licence  {30 days) $5.00.  Certificate of Improvement Notice  (60 days) ; $7.5o  Application to Purchase Land Notices (60 days) $7.50  Delinquent Co-owner Notices (90  days)....; * $10.00  Water Notices (small) t7-S������  _ 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  Put>hpme first and foremost;'-for* there will'fconier a -#ni'e:  , ".���������'���������"���������' ���������';���������������������������* 1    . -    , 1     .  when the ^home.icjrde..will be broken,'- whe'nr you -{long/./'jf or  the touch tp;f-a,,vanished hand and the sound-of-a^oice-tha1!:  is still" and w.hen^your^gi'eatest -'pleasure ^will; Jbef,*inrjre-(  membering thatvypu^did'.all itf'your po'w^i.^to.-jjp.ut, -ay song'  under every .burdeni^to.niake-'eafchiothetrhappy,  ao   Attti.t  %���������  *J  ���������ft  '*  '&  %  *������  ���������������  t.  '*  ���������ii!  ���������i'1.1:*  : -yol'jv ifj  \)  f-'jyjjjt  in;  Leaves Greenwood  2:00  8:30  Saturday last stage leaves  Mother. Lode 6 p.m. Returning,  leaves Greenwood 10 p. m  Greenwood Office  NORDEN   HOTEL  <*JSJtJlJtJtJtJtJtJtJtJtJlJtJtJtJt  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  g JOHN FULLER        .        *.        ,       PROPRIETOR ������  iiiiiiiiiiaiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiaiiiiiiiiaaiiiiitii  A SITTING of the County Court of Yale -will  ���������**    bo holden at the Court House, Greenwood,  on Tuesday the 18tli day of Noveraberil913, at  eleven o'clock in the forenoon.  By order,  WALTER DEWDNEY,  Rcglstr nr C. C. of Y  ���������**-'<><K>0<-K'*-0<***-^^  R. N. ADAMS  ���������DEALER IN���������  All Kinds; of Feed  "OUR BEST  FLOUR"  Always up to Standard  00000000000000000000000000  S'T-firtB'T-q  A kind word costs,<but'flit,tle.'1but!'itv'may "bless"'^^^^  the one to whom it is spoken. Nay, have not -kind -words  been spoken to you whichvhave iived'l'n1 yoiir^heart through''  years, and borne fruit of j6y,land!''vh6'pe?j 'I/et~fus spealf  kindly to one another. We have 'burde'hs and wbrries/i'buT  let us not, therefore rasp and irritate''those'''near)us,**thQse  we love, those whom Christ would have'us'save*; ��������������� ���������:-!'������������������������"������������������ r/. ''u  It is when the sun has gone down that-1 the- .homeidnflu/  ences become actual and potent. In opening.'.1* thev tender  buds of young characters, the light from the-*'hearthstone  is far more efficient than the sunlight. The'udistinctiye'  characteristicts of the home life are manifested limo'slf  strongly when the labors of the day are ended andi.-ithe  family gather round the fireside-for the evening. One'hour  of evening homelife is worth a month of ordinary daily  experience.  AFTER COUG.W TWO YEM  ���������Waycross/<Ga!;-'.Woman  Found'  |)oo*o������rt������a.Relief.facVtaoW.'' .*'  'il?1*!,'yo*u''!?rPT *.������u*?h 1 'or. a, -week?  Then just think how distressing it  must be* td"'Iiave''a,*cougjY hang on for -  ���������two^years.'j,-,.,:-,        ,.       , *   ��������� ���������  rt Mrs.' d.' A/'Mcd'ee^WaVcrosf*;' Ga.f  'Baysrl 'Whad!za,-Jrery//iieaTy:- cold '  tX^rfflPQtibty**, .chronic cough'  which kept me awake'nlghtslrdr fully  two.years.tand feltjtired all,the time ''  ^f^c^pfj.taWng your, cod liver   '  and iron remedy/ 'Vinol, 'Is', that' my  cough."is gone.. Lean,now,*get a,good -'  ���������������������������^���������f���������fet'*3,.rest^and I feel,much stronger  in-every 'way!---' I'am': 74 years'old."  rj" ty/'.ls-r.the combined,.actlon.of,the  medicinal elements of "the cods'' livers aided by'*'the';*.blodd-making'*and  '  , strength-creating, properties, of,, tonic'  iron -which makes" Vinol so'"efficient ' ,  ���������for'i'chronicUcoughs; colds .'and-.-bron-  " c^ls^^,t ���������.'?e,i f,^6 time building up  the weakened, "run-down' system.'' '  W Tiy-'a^bottle.-rof/iVin'ol .with; the, un-'  rderstanding that your money will be .  returned if It'does'not'help'-you.  J.';L.- 'Whit'ej 'Drnggisfc,' Greenwood  s.i)ARlEy;:'.C'co  Ua/iMr-   -NELSON, B.iC. \.t-,  r.nuaf, 'r-t'i1 MININ'Gj .i.......'-  lrl, BROKERS  ������������������'   ''l !    ''WW       .;:.".k 1   Li .,','-, '  PROSPECTS    BOUGHT ; AND;(?SOLD  '���������*    ��������� */ V-r'r**vI  ��������� *; ,^J ���������,/tiiim  -''* ���������" .���������'''-/',���������'.���������-* ji^i  .*;'..! ".'^--.'l/'-'l  \,-y/:-y,'M  '' '"���������  "''.',.'''*s'f*\  ANALYSIS OF WATER.  Chlorine  8.14  Sulphuric Acid .'. 363.43  Silica .'./...'  74.29  Lime *. '  84.57  ��������� Alkalies as Soda ..'.... 5.91  Magnesia ..'. .*.'."  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 .$12 weekly  up. Postoffice, express and telegraph offices in connection.  ������Q499999Q&&Q&<&QQ&b&!&$Q&&  SHOES SHINED I  At the Windsor Hotel by |  ZACK WATSON "  MESSENGER SERVICE  ttlillfoin Boyd, Proprietor;     :'    :      fia!cyoit,B/fr ������  9999999990909^99999999999999999999999999999999999  AlfG������  TUNNEL  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.  OLA LOFSTAD  President  ���������JJJOOOOO-00000000000000000000  T.   THOMAS  CLOTHES CLEANED  PRESSED AMD REPAIRED  TAILOR - GREENWOOD  0<>9^0000000000000<X>0<H><K>00  6U your Razors Honed  A   Ll and Your Baths at  I FRAWLiY'S  f BARBER SHOP I  I-- ��������� -GREENWOOD, -   'J  ������k-<*<K"X������x������x������:*������:������x*.K":**x-.k������:������:������x.  Don't Be HOODWINKED  WE NEVER CHANGE BRANDS  . . /  When you want a headstone or  monument write to the Kootenay  Monumental Works, Nelson, B.C  n.r  ir  'I I  ARE A 1 QUALITY  DR. A. MIL.L.OY  TkBRILLlANTES  Are the Best Clear Havanas la Canada  Made by Union Labor in the best Hygienic Factory In the country.   Call for  them and get value for yonr money Instead of rope  WILBERG & WOLZ, Prop. B.C. Cigar  Factory. New vVestrainster, B. C.  Our conntry needs grand and good men, and to become  a grand and good man, one must be a grand and good boy.  It is a wrongldea that every boy must "sow his wild oats  When you.sow a crop of wild oats, you must take time to  harvest a crop; and the crop is never anything but chaff.  "Wild Oats" need never be sown. The time spent in sowing wild oats is worse than lost, for the time could be  spent in sowing a crop that would yield a golden .harvest  Be careful about the kind of seed you sow, for "whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap."  * * *  We ought to consider home and all the members of the  the household as entitled to the first consideration in .all  things. What ai-e those we meet in society to us that we  should take such pains to be agreeable to them and neglect  those who have the strongest claim upon us?. It all comes  about because we have got into a wrong way of thinking.  We have put the home into the background when it should  occupy the foremost place in our thoughts. We should  strive to make ourselves such pleasant" members of the  household band that our absence is like the loss of the sunshine from a summer day. We can do it and we'will do it  if we enter into the right spirit���������the spirit of home.   ���������  DENTIST  All   the   latest  methods  in   high-class  ' Dentistry.  LOO BUILDING  Corner Abbott & Hastings Streets.  VANCOUVER,   -   -   -   B.C.  JAMES McCRDATH  Secretary.  Greenwood & Midway  AUTO STAGE  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 8:20 a.m., & for Oroville at 3:10  p.^ m. Leave order*** at Terhnne's  Cigar Store.       Charles Btjssell.  Plumber  and Tinner  THE OLD RELIA BLE COMMON SENSE SLEIGH  NOTICE  bi the matter of an application for the issue of  a duplicate certificate of Title to Lot 3530  Group 1 Stmlll-amccii Division of Yale.  NOTICE is hereby given that it is my Intention to Issue at the expiration of one month  after the first publication hereof a Duplicate of  the Certificate of Title to thc above mentioned  lot in thc name of Francis Edw*rds, which  certificate is dated the 27th day of October, 1904  und cumbered 7742 A.  C. U. DUNBAR,  District Rcfflstrar  Land Registry Office, Kamloops, November 1st  I am prepared to ex-' ffl  ecute   all   orders   for J  {   plumbing and tinsmith*' j|  ing in city or country, j|  GEORGE CLERF.  Hank of Montreal  KSTABLISHED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $16,000,000    Rest, $16,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS.   *>802,8I4.9A  Hon. President: Lord Strathcona and Mount Royai,, G. C. M.G.  President: R. B. Angus, Esq.  Vice-President and General Manager: H. V. Merbdith, Esq.  Branches in London, Enj?, {������S} 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 to^������&T.'.d.at  | Greenwood Branch" - C. B. Winter, Mgr.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  8ER EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.0, D.C.L, PraaMcst  ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN ADU>  Gcacral Muiajir AMiaUnt Gaaanl Manager  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.  (f^OAI* mining rights ofthe 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 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 ofthe Depart  ment of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion I-ands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������-Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES  Issued by Thc Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to  provide hinnelf with funds without delay at each point of his journey in  a convenient yot Inexpensive manner.  They are issued payable in every  SOLD BY  JAS.G.MOMYNN  GENERAL MERCHANT  MIDWAY  Subscribers are reminded that  .������������������'���������.  The^Ledgei is $2 a year when  paid in advance. When not so  paid it is $2.50 a year.  J. E. CAMERON,  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays,  KASLO      B.  C.  LOWERY'S CLAIM  During the 37 months that Lowory'e  Claim was on earth it did business all  over the world. It was tho most  unique, independent and fearless jour-  nal over produced in Canada. Political  and theological enemies pursued it with  the venom of a rattlesnake until the  government shut it out of the mails,  and its editor coasad to publish it,  pattly on account of a lazy liver and  partly because it takes a pile of money  to run a paper that ia outlawed, lhore  are still 20 different editions of this condemned journal in print. Send 10 cents  and got one or \$2 and get the bunch.  K.T.LOWERY,  Greenwood, B. 0  $10,   $20,   $50,   $100,   $200  with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated  on the face of each cheque. They are economical, absolutely safe self-  identifying and easily negotiated. M  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  A, H. MARCON   -  Manager of Greenwood and Rock Creek Branches  No man has come to true greatness who has not felt in somo degree that his life belongs to his  race, and that what God gives him  he gives him for mankind.  ASSAYBR  E. W. VVIDDOWSON, Assayer and  Chemist, Box biio8, Nelson, B. C.  Charges:���������Gold, Silver, Lead or Copper,  $1 each. Gold-Silver, or S/l t-v-Lead,  % 1.50. Prices for other metals: Coal,  Cement, Fireclay analyses on application. The largest custom assay office in  British Columbia.        ���������   ��������� "���������  lulckly stops coughs, cures colds, nnd heals  the threat and lunna.      u      s*      20 cents.  His Stomach  by drinkng a glass or two of Silver Spring Beer,  For the fair sex we can say the same,   So if you want  a refreshing drink remember  Silver Spring Lagar Beer  LEDGE ADS. BRIG RESULTS  About Float  Float is not a periodical.  It is a book containing 86  illustrations all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life.   It  tells how a gambler cashed  in after the flush days of  Sandon; how it rained in  New Denver   long  after  Noah was dead;  how a  parson took a  drink  at  Bear Lake in early days ;  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo  in  '93;   how the  sqloon man outprayed the  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically    depicts   the  roamings   of   a  western  editor among the tender-  feet in the cent belt.   It  contains the early history  of Nelson and a romance  ofthe Silver King mine.  In  it are -printed three  western poems, and dozens of articles too numerous to mention.   Send for  one before it is too late.  The price   is  25 cents,  postpaid to any part of the  world.   Address  all letters to  R. T. Lowery  GREENWOOD, B. 0.  SMOKE  ���������    B   ���������  Imperator and Kootenay Standard  Cigars.   Made by  J,. C. THELIN & Co., NELSON.  The newspaper that always ploaQ  ee all its readers has never been  published,  -<������������������'������������������:-} '-'  *',. j *,  ��������� y 1  I I .  j     r .  l.-UIUMjiuu-mm THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  41'*  ooo<>o<>o<>oi^<>o<>ooo^o:b~oob~oo^oo  |   B. C. MINING NEWS   |  OOOCKK*-CKKK>0-CK>00<KKX>-i>000<><^  Hubert, B.C.���������Whilo the public  are beginning to realize that the  'New Hazelton district has great  mineral wealth, it is not generally  known that the big iron deposits  are among the resources. The  deposits uncovered are on the Copper river about forty miles south  of here. The government trail and  one of the G.T.P. surveys pass  through the property.  The extent of the ore is unknown but 10,000,000 tons have  already been blocked out on the  surface and cuttings show it to be  at least 45 feeb deep. It may run  much deeper but this will not be  known until . the spring when  diamond drills will be put on.  The claims were staked by  Mancell Clark who has done a lot  of work on them. They are now  controlled by the North Pacific  Mines Co., of Prince Rupert. This  company brought out John V.  Rittenhouse, of New York to examine the mines.  After having Mr.   Rittenhonse's  report   tho North   Pacific  Mines  Co., succeeded in interesting T. D.  Macfarland and  his Seattle associates who are forming a $15,000,-  00 0 company to erect a  blast furnace.     They   originally   intended  putting the smelter in near Vancouver but should they be satisfied  with their examination of this iron  deposit on  the Copper river it is  likely   the   smellier  site will   be  changed to the north.  The assays received from this  Copper river ore show it to be  far superior to any other iron deposit on the coast and probably of  much greater extent. ���������Omineca  Herald.  is a splendid one, the total weight  of oro sent being over one thousand  pounds, with the different mines  contributing to it in about.the following proportion: ��������� Centre Star  group 400 pounds, Le Roi 300,  Le   Roi    Two    200,    Richmond  t  100. The Richmond ore is in  two blocks. It will be one of  the main points of interest owing  to the recent resumption of operations on the property and the  gratifying success of the development work in uncovering ore of  good value.  The space at disposal is twenty  feet long and the material supplied by Rossland and Trail will  form one exhibit with the ore,  arranged in pyramids, at one ond  All Man  i  The    report   of   the   death   of  Father Jeannotte, some days ago  at Montreal, brings to mind many  incidents which were known in his  ministrations in this field which  mark the true  character of   the  man and priest.   As an  example  of   Father   Jeannotte's  practical  goodness we will be pardoned if we  tell of one of his acts of kindness  on a visit to Enderby some months  ago.   He held services in one of  the houses, as was his custom, and,  the service concluded, a purse of  $9.50 was handed him for his own  personal use.   The next   day he  walked to Salmon Arm.    He saw  the dreary cabin of A.  McDonald,  half a   mile  off  the road as he  the smelter products at the other. climbed ^ ^nd ^ ^ ^ ^  the cabin.   He found  McDorald  An important move for Rossland, Trail, and this part of the  Kootenays was made this week,  when a splendid exhibit of ore and  smelter product*-) was prepared and  forwarded to Vancouver.  On arrival there, the heavy  boxes will be unpacked and the  contents arranged in the space already set aside for Rossland and  Trail, in the Vancouver Progress  Clnb's building. There it will remain as a permanent exhibit, to be  inspected by sightseers to Vancouver and it will undoubtedly act  as a big magnet for this section.  The Rossland material consisting of ore samples from the various  mines, has been collected by Jesse  Kemp, Secretary of the Board of  Trade, with co-operation from the  mining authorities. The Trail  display is made up of manufactured  products of the Smelter and Refinery, including lead pipe, gold silver and lead bullion, sheet lead,  copper mat and blue-stone. It  was collected by J. F. Miller, Superintendent of the Refinery.  The ore exhibit sent by Rossland  Everything will be distinctly and  neatly labelled bo that there will  be no doubt as to tho point of  organization being impressed on  visitors at the Progress Club building.  In addition to these things, the  product of soil of Rossland and  Trail will be added as the next  season unfolds and they aro available   for   selection    and   sending.  These articles will   be placed in  among the������'ores and  metals in a  conspicuous way and the excellence   of   the Kootenay   soil   and  suitability   of   the   high   altitude  climate of Rossland to the growing  of fruits'vegetables and grains will  be demonstrated to the world. ��������� It  is yet undecided who will arrange  the exhibits but efforts  will certainly be   made to   have it well  done.���������Rossland Miner.  ill in bed���������luug trouble���������you  know. Father Jeannotte spent a  few hours with him, to cheer and  comfort. Then he passed on.  The purse of $9.50 was left with  McDonald with 50 cents added for  good measure.���������Enderby Press.  2j?m ni m m ? w n m mm ? ? fwmwmmmmmwmwmnm vl  ������ SMITH'S SMITHS SMITH'S SMITH'S g  g TRUNKS-Big line just arrived. Prices range from 3  g $4,50 T0 $17.50 =*  B SUIT CASES���������$'250 to $10,50  S TELESCOPE BAGS-50cts, to $2,00  iE ��������� Good, big, heavy Blankets and comforters. Just the thing *2  <*������-������������������ for the cabin.   Prices reasonable.      . *-*3  2= . The latest and best for getting the best of Old King* Cole. =|  S*-*: Mackinaw coats and pants.   . *^  Sr Community Silver is a present everyome appreciates. Look l~3  j~ our stock over when you are in. -C3  ������= Wonder Shine Silver Polish. No rubbing or hard work��������� 3  grr just dip the silverware. ' ^������  jE: Gel a Gem Food Chopper���������grinds fast and easy, and keeps 3  g~- the meat bill down. ""���������*���������  ������������     Big line of Bird Cages.   Prices reasonable, ^  5~ SKATES���������McCulloch Special and Regal Featherweight ^S  2������ skates are going fast. Get fitted out early and be ready when 5i  j*-*** the rink opens. --���������**  ST GROCERIES,  HARDWARE.  DRY GOODS  ���������^    GREENWOOD    X    B. C.  BOOTS.   FRESH   MEATS =3  *V  ANACONDA  Oversleeping  Right Peart.  The folks in New Denver are  getting right peart, and are waking  up to modern methods.   The Slocan   Record   says;���������"   The   new  switch for  the telephone central  arrived this week and is being put  in   place.    In   future it   will be  "Number please?"   No more the  sausage factory, the booze foundry,  the evaporated apple dispensary,  the prune vendor, the poisoner, etc.  You   can't get the C.P.R. by  asking   to be  "put next to^.The-  O'Shaughnessy."   the    provincial  police   by   wanting   the    "snake  charmer," the parson with  "put  us on to the prayer wheel and let  'er buzz," or the government office  by asking central for "admission  to the   provincial museum."   No,  you ring gently, wait patiently for  ���������number, please?" step back, draw  your breath, and state your case  plainly in Arabic numerals   (the  Roman kind won't raise a sigh,)  then    let  your   ideas  percolate.  Skidoo won't raise 23 anymore.  And, lastly, don't ask permission  to "squeeze hands" until you are  quite certain you are glued to the  right ' "������������������  Many people look forward to a  holiday as a time when they can  sleep as much as they like, but a  well known Swiss doctor maintains  that the benefits of a holiday may  be neutralized by too much sleep.  More than eight hours for healthy  people who work with their brains  is generally speaking, too much, he  says. In high altitudes five hours'  of good refreshing sleep is quite  enough at holiday times. Nervous  people are apt to remain in bed,  half asleep and half awake, longer  than is good for them. This sleep  specialists think that such people ought to get up as soon as they  awake, and never give way to the  fascination of dreaming half  awake. Too much sleep he pronounces to be as bad for us as too  much food.���������London Chronicle.  & SMITH'S       SMITH'S        SMITH'S        SMITH'S ^  Of Two Evils  _.0_. number. There has been  cases in which the wish to grasp  the right fist at the wrong time resulted in hospital treatment.  ������  ���������m  -m  GET VOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS  NOW  The little boy in this story from  "Touche a Toute" was evidentaUy  a firm believer in the old adage,  "Of two evils choose the less."  Turning the corner at full speed  he collided with the"minister.  "Where are yon running to my  little man?" asked the minister,  when he had regained his breath.  "Home!" panted the boy.  "Ma's going to spank me."  "Whatl" gasped the astonished  minister. "Are you eager to have  your mother spank you that you  run home so fast?"  "No," shouted the boy over his  shoulder as he resumed his homeward flight, "bnt if I don't get  there before pa, he'll do it!"  ���������*������"i������3  -H'������3  # DeVILBLISS PERFUME ATOMIZERS  ���������#   '# IVORY TOILET SETS FOR LADIES  X EBONY TOILET SETS FOR GENTLEMEN  ���������#   ,������ NYL0 CHOCOLATES are the test  .}$k Pure and delicious they stand the test  J.   JL.   WHITE  THE REXALL DRUGGIST  REXALL that is King of all.  The Bishop of Worcester told a  capital story the other day in connection with the efforts of the  church in that part of the country  to alleviate the lot of the hoppers  who flock into Worcestershire in  September by the thousand.  One of the workers who had gone  down to the hop fields to assist  met a dilapidated individual in a  country lane, who, in response to  question, said he was a picker.  This did not convey much to the  inquirer, and he pursued the subject. The hop-picker readily responded.   He said:  "In the summer I picks peas and  fruit* then, when autumn comes  round, I picks hops; and in the  Winter, when the weather is dull,  I picksDpockets. Then when I'm  caught I picks oakum. I'm kept  nice and warm during the cold  months, and then when the nice  days come round again, I start  pea-picking, and so on again."���������  Church Times.  Wisdom wants to be asked for  advice.  Some men discipline themselves  to death,  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the under  sig-iied, and endorsed "Tender for Immi.  K-ration and Detention Hospital Building-, Vancouver, B.C." will be received until 4,00 p m. on  Monday, December 11,1913, for tlie erection of  tlie above named building-. ,  Plans, specification and form of contract can  be seen and forms ol tender obtained ou application to the office of Wm. Henderson, resident architect. Victoria, B.C: on apolicatiou to  Mr. A, J. CUisliolm, caretaker. Public Building-  Vancouver, B. C.,and at thin 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 he accompanied by an  accepted cheque ou a chartered bank, payable  to tho order of the Honorable the Minister of  Public Works, equal to ten por 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 upon to do so, or fail to-  complete the work contracted for. If tlie ton-  der bo .not accepted the cheque will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  ��������� - Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, November 13,1913.  Newspapers will not be paid for -*his advertisement If they insert it withou ' authority  from the Department.���������49327  Lockets, Scarf Pins and Cuff Links  Appropriate Christmas Gifts for  Men and Boys.  Our Catalogue Illustrates a very complete assortment of these "Jewellery  lines "-'   , -  LOCKETS in solid gold or gold filled, made in, oval,  square of found shapes, plain or engraved, and suitable  for attaching to either Fob or Watch Chain.   Some of  solid gold designs are set with diamond centres,   *  SCARF PINS in all designs and qualities set with gems  or. semi precious stones,    You  will   find   these   very  faithfully represented^ our Catalogue,,  CUFF LINKS in many designs, according to the fashions  of the day, in solid gold, gold filled, mother of pearl and  sterling silver,    From these designs you may choose  links with either rigid or loose connections,   These lines -  are thoroughly represented in our ^catalogue, which will'  be sent free to any address,  ���������Our Prices arc moderate and all Orders are Carefully Filled.  HENRY BIRKS &  SONS, LIMITED  JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS  Geo, E, Trorey, Man, Dir. VANCOUVER, B, C,  PATENT SKATE GRINDING MACHINE  ^^ntSSt^/z**^"���������'  ii  Skates will be ground at Kinney's shop  on the only grinder in B.C.  OLIVE OIL  EMULSION  BnB irrpazHosnttTEs  BluimitmsTarrtgJm  *1s���������<*1^<|-ms*lT*A tV-U-f  -fer-w *���������--������-*���������. si*, j  *4 *������ -teooh^siw.  fsflUr-i-MU  resist dis*  I IfU II IB  ~&������������XBT.  WITID DRUG C  lW3IOM.ru  OLIVE OIL  EMULSION  vmH7t*i>t.o-?s.tu  ^T"oxT^T^r5TSFALLP0X is Prevented by vaccination ��������� the injection of vaccine.  DIPHTHERIA is prevented by the injection of anti-toxin.  These enable  the  body to produce substances which prevent the growth of  smallpox and diphtheria germs m the blood. ���������      .  There are many other diseases, nearly, if not quite as dangerous, and far more  common ��������� typhoid fever, the grippe, bronchitis, pneumonia, catarrh, rheumatism  and a score of others-that can be prevented less painfully and more easily by rriakine  the body strong to resist, germ infection.  (With Hypophosphites)  Is designed for the prevention as well as the relief of disease-by enabling the body to overcome  Vast germs. It, at the same time, strengthens and tones the nerves, nourishes the blood, puts the entire  system into a proper healthy condition to combat and successfully resist disease.  Every person not in perfect health has incipient germs  of some distressing ailment in his or her system.  Cold weather, over-work, excesses of any kind, are  liable to bring about just the conditions under which  those latent disease germs will get the upper hand, and  put you on your back " down sick."  You who are run-down, tired-out, neroous���������  You who, though not sick enough to give up, still  don't feel good���������  You who are apparently well, and want to slat) well���������  Take home a bottle of Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion today, and use it as a means to get well and keep well.  Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion is a real nerve-food  tonic.  m In this it is different from most other so-called  _ tonics." which either have no food value and do nothing more than temporarily stimulate you, leaving you in  a worse condition than before or, having food value, still  Sold in this community only at  are so unpleasant to take that many people can't keep  them down.  Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion is pleasant to take. The  Hypophosphites it contains tone the nerves. The pure  Olive Oil nourishes both nerves and blood.  Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion strengthens you, puts snap  and ginger and vitality into your system. It makes you  feel better and stronger. It improves your digestion and  your bowel action.  It contains no alcohol nor any dangerous or habit forming  drugs.  It is guaranteed to be just as represented above���������to  do all,that is claimed above��������� to satisfy you in every  way, or your money back without quibble or question.  Enough for full two weeks' treatment, $1.00.  Sold only at The Rexall Stores ���������the World's greatest  Drug Stores ���������and always with a full guarantee of complete satisfaction, or your money back.  I'  Tjfl������  Store  *9 -Hndto  GREENWOOD, B. C.  f  m  9.1  m

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