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 I  i    ;>     '    '     '���������,' ���������  (Provincial' Library'.  '��������� ���������      .-,',*;;  '"���������<���������"���������'���������'-"/.;*V'."i-r -'-V *���������'���������$:'���������  ; .v.,.'. .���������;/' v/^.'i.' 'i-Vi*?-?,  >   '', ��������� ���������*, J' ,      ��������� A ���������>;���������*��������� v ���������7 ,-r ,i-.''?���������''������������������  ,-   '    . ;:-0   ���������" ,. -V 'V A*'"$M  ���������-  -.    ���������    '��������� y/^i*  ������***r-*     >, J-.���������   ,  THE. QLDEST. MINING  CAMP NEWSPAPER  IN  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  GREENWOOD* B. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1913.  SCHOOL BOOKS  AND  SCHOOL SUPPLIES  A Few Specials Carried by  A. L WHITE  IINOLEO  For polishing ami renovating Linoleum,  oak and stained floors, motor cars.  f&S&&&S!^&!l3S&g>35&5>-Z&S*  Around Home I  JOHN  L.  Books, Stationery, Kodaks, Wallpaper, Etc,  Gipsy Paste1 Enamel  Stove  Gloss  produces a brilliant black enamel gloss  on stoves and grates.  It is impossible lo make a dust in using  this paste.  Glosso  ���������**--������<'=*-*^N*5*^-*^^  I IB  For cleaning, brightening and preserving  brass���������tin, copper, zinc, steel andallmelal  Best on Earth.  =SEE-  ACCIDENT   <& SICKNESS: INSURANCE  =A L S O-  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE  * OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL, GREENWOOD  *���������* .  * : i)!  Greenwoods   Big  Furniture  Store  For solid bed comfort a  FELT MATTRESS AND COIL SPRING  are a fine combination  WE ARE SHOWING A   GOOD  RANGE OF BOTH'  Ostermoor, StaHelt.and American Felt -Mattresses,,. -���������  Leggatt & Piatt Coil Springs  Ham & Nott Coil Springs,  T. M. GULLEY & Co.  Opposite Posteffice. GREENWOOD, B. C. Phone 27  ALWAYS OPEN  for  ORDERS  William C. Arthurs  JHE  BREAD & CAKE BAKER  Vienna Bakery, Greenwood  j?  WALTER   G.  KENNEDY  GREENWOOD,  B.   C.  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  , on, win im  ALLOW US TO SHOW YOU  the many perfectly charming jew-  eJry novelties that we have gathered. Our present display is a  splendid one, and even more extensive in style and character than  our best previous efforts.  RINGS.     WATCHES.     NECKLACES.  MESH BAGS AND  SILVERWARE  were never shown in such variety  and so reasonably priced. We  guarantee them all.  ^htBi  A Full Stock of First Class Pipes.       Pipe Repairs  a Specialty.  A. LOGAN & Co.  GREENWOOD.     -     B. C.  ������RBSSMAKIWG  Rooms in Miller  store.  MISS DREVER  Blk.  over Drug  J  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O, LL.D., D.tL, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD  Guoral Man Me** Asaiatao* Ganaral Manatfar  WANTS, Etc  For Sale. ��������� A large quantity  of Shingles. Charles Kinney,  blacksmith and wagon maker.  Greenwood.  Fifty shares of Rock Creek  Trading Co., stock for sale below  par.    Apply at Ledge office.  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to  provide himself with funds without delay at each point of his journey in  a convenient yet inexpensive manner. They are issued payable in every  country in the world in denominations of  $10,   $20,   $50,   $100,   $200  with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated  on the face of each cheque. They are economical, absolutely safe self-  identifying' and easily negotiated. as  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  A, H, MARCON ��������� -  Manager of Greenwood and Rock Creek Branches  ROOMS   TO   LET  Iu the Swayne House, Silver  Street. Clean, private and comfortable room** in a quiet locality  at reasonable rates. Hot and cold  baths free to guests.  Bank of Montreal  ESTABLISHED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $16,000,000   Rest, $16,000,000.  UNDIVIDED   PROFITS,   11302,014.9*  Hon. President: Lord Strathcona and Mount Rovai,, G. C. M.G.  President: R. B. Angus, Esq.  Vice-President mid General Manager: H. V. Merbdith, Esq.  Branches in London, Eng, {Ap^ffl} 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 ,,,&urSS���������r{S.T.tnt  OroenwoodfUranch; - ���������. B. Winter, Mgr.  Your old pipe may be made like  new at a small cost, send it to  W. G. Kennedy.  The McCormick and Deering  ing lines of cutting machinery at  Browns, Ferry, Wash.  G. A., Rendell carries dynamite  aud stumping powder, caps and  fuse.  Tenders are invited tor the  purchase and removal of the  Central hotel, Greenwood, B.C.  Apply to G. A. Rendell, Greenwood.  J. J. Walker, graduate optician  will be at Logan's store during  the days of the Fair, October 7  and 8. Those in need of optical  goods should remember the dates,  Everything in gasoline lights,  table lamps, hollow wire and  central generator system, repairs  and supplies. Also gasoline  irons, $6.00, a great labor-sayer.  W. Clark Sandercock, 218 Baker  St,, Nelson.  \  i!  W. Wilson; has gone to the  coast.  T. C." Cuddeford has"purchased  the Smailes house:  Jas. Russell left on Saturday  for Edmotitqn, Alta.  W. G. Kennedy spent Saturday  and Sunday in Carmi.  The Government road gang  'are at work onTthe roads around  Anaconda.  Shot guns; .twenty-two rifles  and ammunition at Walter G.  Kennedy's.  Born.���������On Tuesday, August  26, to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hopkins, a son.  Miss M. McDonald,' of Phoenix, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.  J. McPhee.  Summer Ginghams, Sets off  regular price,' Good assortment.  L. A. S. & Co! ���������  Walter G. Kennedy has some  good serviceable shot guns at  reasonable prices.  Mr. Chas. King has returned  from Bridesyille where he spent  a few weeks holidays.  The most pathetic thing on  earth is to see a big woman crying on a little man's shoulder.  A girl's ankles are never so  cold so long as she has on all her  jewellery and her best silk hose.  The Midway' school opened on  Monday last with nearly a full  attendance. Miss Blake is the  teacher.  The shooting season for grouse,  geese, ducks and deer opens Sept.  1st. The bag limit for deer is 3  instead of 5.  Mr. Dow, formerly teller in the  Bank "of Commerce here, is'now  teller in the bank at his home  town Creston.  It is reported that a Greenwood  girl spent 81.25 for a lace handkerchief. Seems like a lot of  money to blow in.  Mr. Westcott, of Nelson, provincial engineer, was in the district last week looking over the  government roads  Mirs. J. R. Jackson and family,  of Midway, will go to the coast  in a few days where she will  place her children in a school.  Mr. Carson, of Kamloops, accompanied a party of five to  Greenwood. These tourists are  making a trip through B.C. by  auto.  The Rendell block has been  greatly improved by a coat of  paint. The new color is cream  with a rich brown at the cornices  and trimmings.  Service will be held in the  Presbyterian church Sunday,  August 31st at 11 a.m. Sunday  School and Bible class 2:30 p.m.  Rev. M. A. Grant will preach.  An old-timer around here has  discovered that a- "reformer" is a  widow who has failed to keep her  husband iu the straight and narrow path and is taking it out on  the rest of the public.  Next Monday Labor Day will  be observed in Phoenix by holding a big celebration. Large  crowds from all parts will be in  attendance. A program of sports  has been prepared and a good  time is assured.  Mr. Miller, Supt. of the C.P.R.  for this district was in Greenwood last Friday looking over  the tunnel at the north end of  our city. Mr. Miller stated that  the tunnel was completed so far  as he was concerned and he could  not see what alterations or improvements could be done.  On Tuesday morning two cars  loaded with coke, which were  left standing in the Greenwood  freight yards, ran.'away. At the  slaughter house ��������� they bumped  into a pile driver, smashing it to  smithereens. The cars kept on  their mad career until they  jumped the track tour miles this  side of Midway and are now laying in the ditch' No reason for  the runaway was given.  Mr. aud Mrs. Ewing arrived in  town on Saturday from Scotland.  Mr. Ewing has been engaged as  principal of the school.1. Miss  Marjorie McArthur will teach  the primary class and Miss  Jeffreys the second  Their is a certain young man  in this neighborhood who wants  to get married and is trying to  find the girl that will fill the  specifications. He wants a wife  who can fry a steak with one  hand, powder her nose with the  other, rock the cradle with her  foot and accompany herself on  the piano.      '  During the past ten days the  members of the Green wood Tennis  Club have been having some .exciting games during the tournament at the tennis court here. All  the games were keenly contested,  C. B. Winter and A. II. Marcon  will play the final in the singles,  while Messrs. Granger and Brun-  ell'will meet Loring and Joleff in  the doubles.  On Friday and Satnrday nights  large crowds attended the Opera  House and were well pleased with  the performances. Miss Jacqueline Calvert was the chief attraction, and this clever ballad singer  and Scotch dancer kept the audience in roars of laughter. Perhaps her dancing' was the most  appreciated as she had to respond  to repeated encores.  Preparations for the coming  Fall Show, ot the Agricultural  Society are going ahead in, a  business-like manner and there is  every promise of a most successful show this year. The agricultural exhibition is one of the  best advertisements for the  Boundary district that could be  devised and it is up to us to work  together and make the show a  bigger * success'* than.ever.' this  year. -       '  A number of Phoenix girls recently invited their friends to a  party, saying that a feature of  the entertainment would be a  swimming match between two  girls. Everyone went and found  that this part of the programme  was carried out by two girls sitting at a table with a bowl of  water between them iu which a  match floated. There was a  Greenwood man present who felt  that he had been cheated.  CHILDRENS' ROWER5 SHOW A SUCCESS  ���������'--���������igy.  nhr'ilHron'a  The first annual Chril'dre'n's  Flower Show, held under thereof the Boundary Women's Instituffo"  in the Russell-La'w-Caulfield building, on Friday last, v/as an unqualified success. Fortunately, tlie  day was brilliantly One and the  attendance was. consequently large.  The display of flowers was really  very fine indeed and merits',the  highest commendation.  LIST OF PlilSSE WINNERS  Sweet Peas: 1st, Leo Barnett;  2nd, Robert Cuthbertson.  Nasturtiums: 1st, Gaundry, Phillips, 2nd, Elsa Olson. , ,'  Mignonette: 1st, Elsa Olson;  Gordon McLaren.'  Marigolds: . 1st, Elmer Dagman;  no second.  V^   ���������'  '���������'Phlox:  1st,  Rich-  1st, Elsa  Bar-  .ist,'.Elmer  Dagman,  2nd,.'JBe8flie'Johns.-  ���������     , ���������  ^Scarlet*; 'Runners:''  -lnt, '.Colin  McLarehjno second/  Poppies,   (Shirley):  ard Adams; no second  ' Poppies',* (California);  Olson;-2nd, Bessie Johns.  Wild   Flowers:   1st,  Leo  nett; no second.  . . Best Collection of Flowers: 1st,  ?lm.?,r -R-?Smanj_2nd- Bessie Johns.  , Best Collection of Vegetables:  1st, Mayme Lewis; 2nd Willie  Phillips: special prize: Gaundry  Phillips,    .._,      ,  Honorable mention should bo  made of Ernest Lidstrom, Mother  Lode Mine.  Judges:' Mrs. La'chmurid, Mrs.  Greig and Mrs. Taylor. '  FOUR HOUSES DESTROYED  BY  FIRE.  ��������� A serious fire occurred on Gold  St. last Sunday morning destroying  83500 in property.. .The alarm was  sent in at 2.45 and in a remarkably  short space of time the fire department was on   the   scene  and'did  heroic work in "saving the adjoining  property.  The fire apparantly started from the butt of a cigarette in  the house occupied by Vera McDonald   which rapidly  spread  to  Fanny Murray's and the two adjoining houses.    The flames spread so  quickly that   it   was   easily seen  nothing could be done to save- the  burning houses and the efforts of  the firemen   were turned towards  saving the other * buildings. * Ifc, is  , ��������� - ��������� *- . *- -    .. * ,. .^    . ^  a wonder that the big house .afelthe  corner was not demolished and this  is only due to the prompt and decisive manner in which the brigade  worked. Several times -the houses  across the road caught fire, but the  alertness and determination of the  firemen to confine the flames - to as  small a space as possible is  alone  responsible that the loss to property is not larger.    It was a difficult,  fire to fight, the heat being so intense that many of the brave men.  are   today' carrying wounds and  burns from' their strenuous efforts.  While the damage to property is  estimated at $3500,' the loss to personal' property ' is" much   greater.  Considerable cash was burned, valuable   jewellery,    diamonds    and  costly wardrobes went up in Bmoke.  Chief W. G. Pond has reason to  feel proud of the efforts put forth  by every man op the brigade.   The  fire "departmentalso'desiretotaank  alHhbse-who so willingly ' assisted  to keep under control a conflagration which might easily have spread  over a large part of the city had it'  not been for the timely assistance  of the citizens.  CITY COUNCIL  Regular meeting of the City  Council was held in the Council  Chambers Monday evening, Aug.  25. Mayor McLaine and Aldermen McKee, MeCreath, MacLean  and Wood present.  A report from the fire chief on  the Gold St fire together with the  account of $42 for same was read.  McKee���������MeCreath ��������� That the  account of the fire department be  paid and that the department be  congratulated on the good work  done by them at the fire.���������Carried.  MacLean ��������� Wood ��������� That the  Water Committee be instructed to  have the intakes repaired.���������Carried.  Bylaws No. 2 and No. 3, 1913,  were reconsidered, adopted and  finally passed.  J. M. Cropley made an application to purchase a lot on Silver St.,  but as /the property is not yet in  the possession of tho council no  action could be taken at the present  time.  McKee���������Wood���������That Mr. Boyer  be instructed that the cement sidewalk be built with a proper curb  without any cost to the Council as  agreed upon.���������Carried.  Council then adjonrned.  Prominent Geologists Visit Greenwood,  On Thursday afternoon last 90 I nized, especially in all branches of  Geologists representing 21   coun-  engineering, and is  daily, applied  tries arrived in   Greenwood   and  spent a few hours  here.   In the  evening a number of our prominent  and influential citizens waited upon  these men of science and extended  to them the hand of good fellowship.   It was the largest number  of eminent men   who have ever  visited Greenwood and  they may  be broadly classed   as   professors  and teachers from the leading colleges and universities of the world,  and officers of Government Geological surveys.  Geology is defined as the science  of treating the earth's history, and  it includes the study of the mineral deposits and the floras and  faunas, which bave successfully  clothed and peopled the earth's  surface. The direct value of Geological work is now fully recog-  notonlyto mining' problems, but  to many others such as water supplies, foundations'for bridges and  large "buildings, dams,   road construction' and the like.   The object of the congress, therefore, was,  briefty, the advancement of knowledge concerning the earth, both in  the field of pure geological science  and in its application to  the arts  and industries, through the association and co operation of the leading geologists of all nations. These  great gatherings of distinguished  scholars have greatly aroused interest in geology on the part of  private    individuals,  corporations  ancl governments; given it a higher  standing as a science, and rendered  possible   its   increased   economic  application.  Football Notes  Greenwood Fair  Previously acknowledged $2303 CO  M. Christensen $10.00  T. 0. Gunderson 5 00  J. R. Jackson, M.P.P. 50 00  Major GlosRop (special) 0 00  H. McKee 5 00  After the most exciting struggle  in the history of the Jackson cup  games, Greenwood tied with Phoenix on Wednesday last.    We have  lost the opportunity of getting the  cup, but only through hard lack  for Greenwood played rings around  Phoenix.     Football   is   becoming  popular in the Boundary and this  season has shown remarkable, development of the game,  and the  consoling thought is that our men  played  well.   Good athletics all,  they   excelled    iii   playing  clean  manly   games.   It was   a   match  of sustained excitement and numerous surprises.   . Also it was  a  rovolation   of the   strenuous de-  mands    made    upon   mind  and  muscle.  Rawhide was defeated by Mother  Lode and Phoenix this week.  Greenwood, Mother Lode and  Grand Forks will play at Phoenix  on Labor Day for the $200 prize.  LEAGUE STANDING  Played Won I,ost Draw Pts  Phoenix S        4        0      2       9  Mother I-ocle S 3 1 1 7  Greenwood 4 1 2 1 3  Rawhide 5       o        S      o       o  Games to be played:���������  Mother Lode at Rawhide Aug 20  Phoenix at Greenwood Aug 20  Greenwood at Rawhide Aug 27  Phoenix at Rawhide Aug 30  Mother Lode at Greenwood Aug 30  Send for a catalogue of head-  atones and monuments, made by  the Kootenay Monumental Works,  Nolsou, B. 0.  W^^MM^M^^^lW^^^W^^m^^m^^^^ THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  v nun  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.  ft 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  iu advance.  R.  T. LOWERY  EDITOR    AND    FINANCIER.  K. V. R. Construction  GREENWOOD, AUGUST 28, 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.  Many a genius is not a gentle  man.  The boom will reach Greenwood  next spring.  Hk is wise  meets defeat.  indeed  who   never  You can  bide a heap of ignor  ance by looking dignified.  We may be self-reliant, but no  one is entirely independent.  Ii<* you work harder you will not  be fretting about overwork.  War relieves ennui and has a  tendency to break up monotony.  It is difficult to lay around and  make money unless you are a hen.  Tjje live ad  missed hole.  will  find  many a  Very often a hard trail ends in  front of a bank or saloon.  The desire of all really great  men is to bless and benefit humanity.  You are liable to become a failure if you cannot cash in your experience.  In 19-10 there will be a million  people in Winnipeg, but we cannot guess how many thero will be  in Greenwood.  Just twenty years ago this week  the Kaslo Claim ., published a  "Tombstone Edition" that startled  the world. Original copies of that  edition are now almost priceless.  Periiaf8 the Doukhobors would  get along better on an island by  themselves. They do not want to  break tho laws of God, nor obey  the laws of the country in which  they live.  We cannot have laws to suit all  kinds of people, and if the Doukhobors will not obey the laws of  this country thej* should hike to  some place where they can do as  they please.  Tins has been a disastrous summer. Since June death has grabbed seven of our best old time  friends. All of which proves that  wc know not the day upon which  we will climb the golden stairs, so  it is bettor to be always ready and  keep the printer paid up.  less you aro able to-talk or write  about it; in other words, to pass a  written or oral examination.  Both of these propositions are  unsound. They rest upon a theory  of education which is out of date;  the theory that education consists  in a student measuring up to a prearranged Bystem.  True education consists in the  development of the individual  child's faculties, whatever they  may be.  A child may be by nature incapable of mastering mathematics,  as Lord Macaulay was. He may  have a natural antipathy to Latin  and Greek. His Creator may have  made him with an inborn taste for  music, or for agriculture, or for  machinery, and with possibilities  of great efficiency- in these directions. A "Bystem" of education  that takes no account of individual  trend is not education at all; for  education is the bringing out of  what is in a person and not stuffing  into him what he can never digest  nor assimilate, The idea of grading pupils by the amount of textbook stuff tbey can eat mentally is  medieval.  The examination is pure humbug. No examination is any test  of what one understands or can do.  Writing or speaking is a gift,  often it is a trick. The pupil who  can tell a thing most glibly is by  no means the one who best comprehends it. A man may be able  to manage a bank, or make horseshoes, or speak a foreign language,  or command a regiment, and be  utterly awkward and incoherent  when he attempts to write about  how he does it. One of the best  writers on maritime affairs was  a third-rate practical seaman.  The trouble with the school  system is that there are too many  children to each teacher. Real  teaching being -impossible, the  labor saving devices of '"grading"  aud -'examinations are resorted to.  Stingy taxpayers, ignorant school  boards, -and narrow pedagogues  combine to lay the blame on the  child, branding him as "dull"  when they cannot squeeze his  genius into their artificial world.  They may call you stupid,, but  never mind! So also they call David  Livingstone, Richard Wagner,  Charles Dickens, and Stefansson,  the explorer. ��������� Dr. Frank Crane.  Construction work on the Kettle  Valley railway west from Midway  seems to be moving very slowly,  though the work is supposed to be  '���������rushed." Tho 'steel has now  reached a point 15 miles north of  Carmi, or about 70 miles west  Midway. The roadbed is in'iondy-  ness close up to the summit and  the present delay is occasioned  principally by the construction of  bridges, of which there are a great  many along the line. Tho steel is  laid to the site of the bridge and  the"bridge timber brought in and  the bridge built, the steel gang  surfacing and ballasting the roadbed while tho bridge is being constructed. A force of about- a hundred carpenters are employed at  Carmi framing the bridges in  readiness for being installod.  For McCormick and Deering Cutting  Machinery, Binders, Mowers and Rakes  BROWNS, -  FERRY, -  WASH.  WESTERN - - HOTELS.  NEWMAKKET,   UOTICt  Is the homo for all tourists and  millionaires visiting1 New Denver, British Columbia.  A. JACOBSON. Proprietor.  ���������J.-f'-f' -f-4" * ���������fr* 4* 4* **4������ ���������*������������������*���������*���������*��������� 4* 4* 4* 4* 4- 4* 4- 4* 4* *  Charged With 'Graft  Tho Waterworks Committco of  tho city council of Vancouver havo  decided to havo .a hupromo court  judge hoar charges of malfeasance  in oflice preferred againsc Waterworks Superintendent Sfcovo Mad-  dison by Alderman Me Breath and  others in tho council. Mr. Mo-  Breath claims to j have proof th-ii  the waterworks payrolls were  "cooked." , Maddison has boon an  employee of tho city for twenty  yea rs.  ���������5*  ���������J*  4*  ���������r-^^-l'4*4*4'������fr���������$������4"*f"f-f* ���������%"%"%"%-%"%"%*'%"%���������'%"$"$*$'  The Greenwood Grocery *   H��������� +  I have purchased the GREENWOOD GROCERY    +  and solicit trade from old and new customers. T  *  THIS   PKOVINOK. DOTHE.  Grand Forks, B.C., is in the centre  of thecity, and furnishes the public  with every ���������, accommodation at  reasonable rates.  I'mil 'liUrnon, Proprlotor,  THK   KASI-O  -HOTKI.  Kaslo, B. C���������  is a comfortable  homo for ali who travel to that  '    city.  Cockle & Papwortn.  I will pay all bills and collect all  amounts  due  the former proprietor.  L. L. MATTHEWS.  Makes Record  John Henry AEears, representing  the Sun newspaper, arrived in Now  York, Wednesday at midnight,  after circuiting'the globe in 3D'  days, 21 hours, -15 minutes, reducing the best previous record  nearly four days.  SPOKANE SKS-t FAIR  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;. ��������� l ,  '  'Bus meets'all trains.  1'ltKMONT   HOUSE  Nelson, B. C, is run ontho American and Europoan plan.' Steam  heated rooms. All whito labor.  Special attention paid to dining  room.  KiuiHoino Ss Cnmplioll, Pro]iH,  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton, B. C, is the headquarters for miners, investors  and railroad men. A, fine location and everything- first-class:  KIRKPATRICK & MALONE, Proprietors.  KRinHSVII.T-E   nOTEI,,  Bridesville, * B. C. This hotel is  within easy reach of all the leading  Boundary towns and the centre of  a fine fanning district.  THOMAS   AVAI.su.   Proprietor.  QUEEN'S   HOTEL,  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& WELSH .  -   -   Props.  ON PARI/G FRANCAIS  NATIONAL HOTEL  GREENWOOD, B. C.  The  Really Best House  in the Boundary.  Recently Remodelled and  Strictly Up-to-Date.  Restaurant in connection  OWEN   BCTER  PROP  VIA  anaaian racinc  And Connecting Lines  THROUCH    SPOKANE,    PORTLAND,    SEATTLE,  VANCOUVER, VICTORIA AND RETURN  TO GREENWOOD, OR VICE VERSA  THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton. This hotel is new, comfortable  well-furnished, and is close to the railway  depot. Modern accommodation and sample rooms..  SUMMERS & WARDLE, Proprietors  HOTEL KEREMEOS  Opposite depot. Extensive alter  ations have recently been made  rendering this hotel one of the  most comfortable in the interior.  A choice selection of liquors and  cigars. New pool room and sample  rooms in connection.  Mrs. A. F. K1RBY  VIA PORTLAND  $40,50  OTHER ROUTES  $36,00  LIBERAL STOP OVERS  FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st, 1913  Ask any C.P.R. Agent for further particulars  R. REDPATH, J. V. MURPHY,  Agent, District Passenger Agent  Greenwood, B. C. Nelson, B. C.  ^mrnmmmmm  The Chinese Revolution  Thinking Themes  Never mind! That you have  ilunkcd in school does not always  mean either that yon are lazy or  incompetent.  Ontho contrary, it may bean  evidence of yonr ability.  Schools.are arranged npon the  principle that there are so many  cubic feet of knowledge which a  pnpil is supposed to put into his  brain in order to entitle him to  pass from one grade into another.  Also upon the theory that you  cannot know a given subject  on-  Five hundred  were killed and  wounded   in   a    battle    between  northern government  troops and  rebels at the east gate of Canton  today, which two divisions of the  northern   array   attacked.     The  city's capture is imminent unless  reinforcements arrive from Hong-  Kong, but the rebels are holding  the railway.    Dr.  Sun  Yat Sen,  former   president of tho Chinese  republic has flod abroad ^a Japanese gunboat bound for Formosa.  Much dissenm'on in tho rebel ranks  has led to desperate fighting among  themselves.  International Polo  Tournament  Daily Games between Canadian  and American Teams  $35,000 in Premiums &  Purses  Competition open to the "World  The First National  . Indian Congress  Approved by U. S. Government  SPECIAL CASH PRIZES  FOR THE CHILDREN  72d Seaforth Highlanders Band  $500CnshPrizesfor Better Babies  "Custer's Last Fi&ht" Nightly  A tlirillin**, reproduction of this fumouti  buttlo -with 500 Indians and 200 Soldiers  COMBINATION AUCTION  SALE OF LIVE STOCK Oh  THURSDAY AND FRIDAY;  Fireworks Display Every Ni&Kt  Individual Farm Exhibit Prizes  $20,000 Race Program  Seven Races Daily  Poultrymen'sMeetin^ Wednesday  Dairymen's Meeting Thursday  Broadsword Battleson Horseback  EXCURSION RAILROAD RATES  C, For illustrated Daily Program nnd  Premium List, address 505 Chamber of  Commerce Buildinjju Spokane, Wash.  AGRICULTURAL  HOTEL CASTLEGAR, Castlegar Junction.     All modern.     Excellent  accomodations for tourists and  ��������� drummers. Boundary train leaves  here at 9.10 a.m.  W. H.  GAGE Proprietor  GRANITE CREEK HOTEL  Granite Creek, B. C. Headquarters for miners, prospectors and  railroad men. Good stabling in  connection. Tasty meals and  pleasant rooms.  H. G00DISS0N, Proprietor  WINDSOR HOTEL  The Windsor Hotel is one of the  best furnished hotels in the West.  It is located in the heart of Greenwood and within easy reach of all      '  ��������� the financial and commercial institutions of the Copper Metropolis. Heated with steam and lit  by electricity. Commodious sample rooms. The bar is replete ���������  with all modern beverages aud  . the cafe never closes. Rooms  reserved by telegraph.   ���������  The Windsor Hotel Co  E. J. Cartier, Mgr.  GRAND CENTRAL  ..*     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.  ALGOMA HOTEL  Deadwood, B. C. . This hotel is  within easy distance of Greenwood  and provides a comfortable home  for travellers. The bar has the  best of wines, liquors and cigars.  JAMES HENDERSON Pro rletoi  EHOLT, Bs G  Mil  DAVID 0XLEY  Proprietor.  your Razors Honed :|  and Your Baths at |  RAWLEY'S  ARBER SHOP  GREENWOOD.  Subscribers are reminded that  The Ledge is $2 a year when  paid in advance. When no,t so  paid it is $2.50 a year.  Tho farmer sold butter tho to village storekeeper, and took sugar in  exchange. It seemed to him after  a while that the sugar he was getting was sliort weighlj. Accordingly, ho made a complaint.  . "Look here, Mr. Jones," ho  Slid, "it seems to mo you're giving  mo short-weight sugar."  "No," said Jones, in a dry  voice, "no, that can't bo, for in  measuring out that sugar of.yours  I always nso a pound of yonr butter as a weight."  "Oh, Miss Lightfoot," said Jo.ll-  yer after thoir third dance at the  ball, "yon are a most wonderful  dancer.."  "Keally- do yon think so?" sho  replied,  "Yes, indeed. More wonderfnl  than the damsel who danced before  Herod, and demanded the head of  John ,tho Baptist."  "Eeally.   How so, pray?"  ���������'Well,' yon see, whon sho danced ono man was decapitated, but  whon yon danco all men lose their  heads."  It is necessary to develop  and work the natural resources that surround a city  in order to bring prosperity  to the community. The tun--.  . nel at the Argo is in a long  distance and a large body of  high grade ore may be struck  at any time. This would  mean a big profit to the  stockholders and another  boom for Greenwood.  OLA LOFSTAD  Presidents  JAMBS'McQRUATH  Secretary.  Vilckly ntopf)  couclis, curea .colcla, nnd  heals  did threat und tuns*.       :t       :t      00 cents.  When you want a headstonf* or  monument write to the Kootenay  Monumental Works, Nelson, B.C.  ''"������������������"*-*^w*',^"-*0'-**--.wiv.*^^  ^.M:���������^ll^ll^H.<^^ig.''W''*.'tl^t'^'?''|y)^'**^-*^*^'*,^ :-'"-'k\  'J��������� .';.-v -,->J</' fi -j i/t ,.-: 1 vAU-'i  I  ���������/ .*/  TJEE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  MANUFACTURING JEWELER  The Only Up-to-Date Optical    M^1���������^M      U ' C  Department in the Interior.    iieison^    o.  y.  i .'���������}<->-->$e<t>-->4K������-'j^^  ���������"~^ TEMPERANCE |  ,is all right if shorn ofhumbuggery. IjC  Too much water drinking is just ������|������  as injurious as too much liquor or ���������������  .inything else. '   . '���������, 5  OUR PURE WINES f  || AND LIQUORS - ������  "������������������" are medicinal if not abused. Every' ������  household should have a moderate' %  supply of pure wines or liquors in 4  the closet for emergency���������either, ������  unexpected visitors or sudden ill- %  ness, when a drop of pure liquor- *  in time may forestall all necessity ������  for drugs. - :   X  , -greenwood Elquor Company, Importers, Greenwood, B. 0. |  <*3-^**sr-'**----*^*-������**"i-'^^  c  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish  ��������� and Poultry.     Shops in nearly all the  towns of the Boundary and Kootenay.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B. C.  ���������^^i^J'rj^iSii'^'rr^^sws^i'swsJ*^^  ^mnnnimmiimnimmmtiimmmmtmiffiimmim!?!!!^  | Greenwood to Phoenix Stage |  s~ Leaves Greenwood Daily at 3 p. m. =5  g        . Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m.  S~ GREENWOOD OFFICE  CLUB CIGAR STORE :***3  B JOHN FULLER        *������������������        *       ������        PROPRIETOR 3  iiaui^iiiuiiiiiiaiiiiiaiiiuiiiaaiiiiiuiiiiaiiiiiiiaiuiiuiii  Tlie Midway Store for Quality Goods  General Merchandise, Boots, Shoes,  Dry Goods, Hardware, Sleighs,  Wagons, Buggies and all kinds of  Agricultural and Horticultural Implements and Appliances.  SMALLER PAPER MONEY.  Secretary MacVeagh's Plan to Rodueo  'the Size of Banknotes.  The Blze of all United States currency and national banknotes will be reduced by one-third and their designs  revolutionized for- the sake of economies to the government, convenience  to the public and safety against counterfeiting If Secretary MncVeagh of tbe  treasury has his way.  It is proposed to make the dimensions  6 by 25^ Inches. The paper money now  In circulation measures 7.28 by 3.04  inches.' The designs of all paper money  ���������United States notes and certificates  and national bank notes���������would be systematized and made uniform for every  denomination.   .  .This move'ls expected to save the government about $1)00,000 annually and  tbe national banks, which pay for the  plates for their notes and part of the  cost of redemption, about $200,000.  For many montbs the"only deterrent  to the step by executive authorities bus  ��������� been tbe belief thnt it would be necessary for congress to appropriate about  $1,000,000 to replace, the national bank  plates which have"been paid for by the  national banks. This problem has becn  solved by u'plu'u to linv.o.the. general  design of all nnlioiiiil bank notes uniform, requiring ' only one engraved  pinto for each denomination, nnd to  place on tbe notes by surface printing  the name, location and charter number  of the bank. This would do nwny with  separate plates for each bunk.  Ellghteen months would be required  to effect the change.   To meet tho ol>-  'juctlon that for ti time nt least there  would be two sizes of currency In circulation it has been suggesd-d that the  government print in  advance a sulli  cieut quantity of the notes of the new  size to be exchanged at the sublrens  m-ies and'national   banks un  a  fixed  date.   The change could be substantial  Jy  accomplished   within u  few day*,  treasury officials believe.  There are now nineteen different de  signs of currency. The change would  reduce'these to nine.. Each denoniina  tion would be characterized b.v a distinctively American historical portrait  engraved in the center of the note. I n  time the portrait would be a distinguish  ing feature of each denomination ami  would be a safeguard against counter  feiting, especially the prevalent pr;u-  tie'e of raising a note to a higher de  nomination.���������Kansas City Star.  JAS. G. McMYNN, MIDWAY, B. C.  )&0e999Q3999QQQ9Q99m99Q���������)@99&9&9&Q9eQQ������e999G9Q990Q  it-M  ANALYSIS OF WATER.  Chlorine    8.14  Sulphuric Acid  3<->3*4.''  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 le-furnishcd, 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  aud muscular diseases aud 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.  IVORY MADE FROM MILK.  One   of  the   Latest   Achievements   of  Synthetic Chemistry.  Synthetic chemistry is working wonders in many lields. and one of the  latest discoveries by its experts is how  to make ivory but of nothing more  wonderful than cow's milk-nnd very  good ivory nt that, according to nil  accounts. The original idea was to  use the new "ivory" for piano and organ keys because it. preserves its original color Indefinitely, whereas the genuine article turns yellow nfter n time.  But it has been found that the new  product is not only an efficient substitute for ivory, but can easily be prepared so as to take the place of amber,  horn, coral, celluloid and such like  products nnd, it Is claimed, can hardly  bo distinguished from them.  It Is in its position as a substitute  for ivory that the new material has  caused most surprise, however, because it has tbe appearance of being  another instance of improving upon  nature. The new Ivory takes a very  high and lasting polish and probably  ���������will not lack a commercial field for  Itself, as natural Ivory continues to  grow, scarcer and dearer year by year.  ���������Allahabad Pioneer.  A   BOX   OF  SARDINES. '"'  How to Test It and How to Tell tha  Kind of Fish It Holds.  Francis Marre gives the following instructions for purchasing a can of sardines:  ��������� The two sides of the can should b������  flat or concave. If tbey bulge out there  is a likelihood that the can contains  gatSJ-s resulting from decomposition.  ��������� .No .can should be bought that has  been resoldered.  The lettering, on the can should' be  clear and distinct  If there is a choice between soldered  cans and cans sealed by crimping, the  latter'should always be preferred.  If the cans are soldered select thosa  that have bright-solder, which is less  likely to contain lead and less likely  to be bad.  After the box of sardines ls taken  home tbe can should be opened under  water. If any bubbles of gas escape  tbe stuff should be destroyed. The kind  of oil used in preparing tbe sardines  Is of no great importance. The flsh  used are not, however, always true  "sardines."  In the true sardine tbe dorsal fln la  forward of tbe ventral fins and there  is no wrinkled crest on the ventral  line. Tiie skin ls smooth and bluish  on the back. In the herring the dorsaj  Is only slightly In front of the ventral  fin and there is-a wrinkled ridge behind the latter. The skin is brownish  on the back, with a delicate network.  In the sprnt the dorsal fln is in a  line with the ventrals, and the crest  behind ns well as In front of tho ventral fins can be easily felt by passing  tbe thumb backward from tbe base of  the bead. The flesh of the sprat ls  rather bard.  In the anchovy.the ventral crest la  absent, as In the sardines, but the dorsal fins are behind the ventrals. The  "cbinchnrd," a small variety of mackerel, may be distinguished by its grayish, color and the presence of two flna  on the back extending nearly the whole  length of the* body. The forward fin  has a spiny point���������Harper's Weekly.  NEW ADVERTISING SCALE.  The newspapers iu 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) '. #7.50  Application to Purchase Land Notices (6odays) ft. 50  Delinquent Co-owner Notices (90 -  days) $10.00  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  Tenders .Wanted.  O-&OCI*0<>OO<>OOOO0OOO<K)OO00<)<K>)  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  A SITTING Of tlio County Court of Valo will  be holdon at. the Court House, Greenwood,  on TuoH'luy tlio'Jtli day or September 1913, nt  eleven o'clock In the foionooii.  By order,  WALTER DEWDNEY,    -  I'CRi.itriirO. O. of Y.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  SUMMER  EXURSIONS  (1) Tenders  are   called   for  by   the  Greenwood Agricultural Association for  the supply ofthe following lumber;���������  5000 feet 8 inch ship-lap; 30U feet 2x4  F.O.B. Greenwood. The lowest or any  offer not necessarily accepted. Tenders  will be accepted until the 31st of August,  1913, and should be addressed to the  undersigned al Greenwood.  ���������P. II. Mc'CURRACII,  " -   ' '     ' Secy-Treas.  (2) Tenders are called for hy the'  Greenwood Agricultural Association for  tlie painting of the roof of the Agricultural Building in Greenwood. Tlie Associa*  tion will supply the paint. The lowest  or any offer willmot necessarily be accepted. Tenders will be'accepted until the  31st of August-1913, and should be addressed to the undersigued al Greenwood  15. C.        ....  ,      P. H. McCURRACH,  Secy-Treas,  (3) Tenders are called for by the  Greenwood Agricultural Association for  the supply of music during the Fall Fair  to be held in Greenwood on 7th and 8th  Oct. next Music may be either orchestral or band and will be asked lo play in  Ihe Agricultural Building in the afternoon of the 7th and 8th from 3 lo S and  in the evenings from 8 to 12.  , Tlie lowest or any offer will not' neces-  .sarily be accepted. .Tenders will he received up to the 31sl of August, 1913 and  should be addressed lo the undersigned.  P. H. McCURRACIi;  Secy-Treas.  C.  0D0 COURTS  MARTIAL  En-  William Boyd, Proprietor,      ���������     .      fialcyon, B. ������. ������  iQ&������9&Q������9������������9<mQ999������QaQ9Q9Q@O������9&99Q0m909������m9Q^QQft  Greenwood City Waterworks Company  Jt Jt js ji jt ji jt jt jc jt j* jl js jt jt jt j������  ���������*  fc  *A  fa  V,  Don't Be HOODWINKED  WE NEVER CHANGE BRANDS  r  11  ARE A 1 QUALITY  TheBRILLIANTES  Arc the Best Clear Havanas in Canada  Made bv Union Labor in tlie best Ily-  If'cnlc 1'actory in the country.   Call for  thorn and net value for your money Instead of roue  WILBERC & WOLZ,,Prop. B.C. Clear  Factory, New Westminster. B. a  nuMiVffl  Germany Asking "Why?"  Germany is- beginning to be trouble*  over the declining birth rate throughout the empire. Last year the excess  of births over deaths In Prussia was  490,000, but in 1010 it wns 581,000,  showing a loss of excess iu one year of  91,000, or nearly l(i per cent. In Bavaria the excess of births over deaths  in 1910 was 84,000 and in 1911 only  73,000, a loss in excess of 11.000, or  over 11 per cent The complete statistics for the empire are not yet available, but the Berlin statisticians regard it as certain that the year's increase in population will be less than  750,000. As a result the government of  Prussia has instituted an Inquiry iuto  the causes of the decline.���������Exchange.  Solemn  Farces,That Have  Been  acted In the British Navy.  It ls a rule in tho British navy that  when a ship is cast away or otherwise  lost a court martial must sit in order  to apportion the blame. Sometimes  these courts really try and condemn  those that are held to be responsible.  At other times their duties are, from  the very nature of the catastrophe,  more or less nominal.  Thus, when the Serpent was lost off  the Spanish coast, a court martial assembled and solemnly "tried" three ordinary biuejackets. tho sole survivors,  although they of course had no more to  do with the error in navigation which  led up to the catastrophe than tbe man  In the mooa  A similar solemn farce was enacted  after the loss of the Captain in the  bay of Biscay, when 483 officers and  men lost their lives. In tbis case a  gunner named James May, one of the  eighteen who escaped from the wreck,  was tbe nominal "culprit" The verdict was that the loss of the ship was  due to Instability and faulty construction. This really amounted to a vote  of censure on Cowper Coles, the designer, but as he went down with,  the ungainly monster he had created  he was beyond the reach of either  blame or praise.  On another occasion a small "middy"  of thirteen years of age was put upon  trial, and once, It Is said, a court  martial assembled on a cat, which  chanced to be the sole living thing  found aboard a derelict frigate.  Return Rates from Kootenay  Points to  WINNIPEG 8   GO. 00  ST. PAUL      GO. 00  CHICAGO     72.50  TORONTO .'      92.00  MONTREAL    105.00  HALIFAX _    129.35  NEW YORK _   10S.50  BOSTON     110.00  Correspondingly low fares to  other Eastern points.  On sale daily May 2S to Sept. 30,  1913. Final return limit Oust. 31,  1913.  Liberal stop-over privileges.  Tickets and all information may  bo obtained from any C.P.R. agent  or write  J. V. MURPHY,  District Passenger Agent,  Nelson, B.C.  Dyss In Turkish Rugs.  Within the last few years .vegetable  dyes have been superseded In (he Turkish rug making industry to a great  extent by coal tar and aniline preparations, owing partly to tlie lower price  of the latter, partly to tho difficulty of  getting enough of the vegetable dyes  to supply the fast growing buslnesa  Tho aniline dyes soon fade in tbe sun.  light, whereas the vegetable dyes will  not fade eilhef In washing or in the  sunlight and will grow softer, richer  and glossier with tho passing years.  I-eavcs Mother Lode  9,30 a.  m,  6:30 p. ra.  Leaves Greenwood  2:00 p.  8:30 p.  m.  m.  Saturday. last stage leaves  Mother I-odcop.m. Returning,  leaves Greenwood 10 p. m  Greenwood Office  NORDEN   HOTEL  jijtjtjtjijijtjfijtjtjitjtjtjtjtjijt  0<*������-*0<"*<>CM><***0-00-00<><"*-0-'^^  iC  OUR   BEST"  Finest flour  market at thc  price,  on  the  cheapest  Adams & Brown  <HX>O0O<>0O<>0O0<*K>0OOOO00<)<K>0  ill 11 lies  Pearls and Diamonds In a Carpet.  A carpet which took three years in  the making Is one of tho treasures of  the 111110I1 talked of gaekwar of Hnro-  da. The carpet Is only ten feet by six  feet In size, but it Is woven from  strings of pure pearls, with a center  and corner circles of diamonds. The  magnificent fabric cost ������200,000 nnd is  guarded in the inaharajuh's treasure  room.  Murger's .Last Words.  In tho diary of Baron d'Ambes,  published as "The Intimate Memoirs of  Napoleon III.," is this entry for January. 1801:  "I was with Aline Millet (the sculptor), who was the last that spoke to  him (Murger, the writer). And what  do you think he said to Millet? 'Mind  you ��������� * * there are only three things  in life���������friendship, love and'��������� He  could not finish, he was choking ��������� * *  The man fell silent awhile, then went  on again, fascinated. 'Friendship���������love"  ��������� I wish I knew what the third thing  was."  On. Universal Symbol.  "Scientists at work on a universal  language have one symbol to start  with that already has the same mean  Ing the world over," a traveler said  "That ia the skull and crossbones. Its  speech is even more universal than  music or money. Musical values differ in different countries, as does mon  ey, but from one end of the earth to  the other a skull and crossbones means  poison."���������New York Times.  LYNN CREEK DAIRY  =^  DELIVERED  To any part of the city or district  J. McDONELL, Proprietor  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the tuislor-  ��������� signed, iiiKlendm-hcd "Tender for Jrttv :ind  1'iedfrltijf al Uic Ninth Arm of the I-'ra**er Kl.rr  IJ. '.will ho received nt this office unlit 4 p.m.  011 Ttii'sday, KcpUinber 30, 1913, for Uu> en -  -I-notion oMi>iiy and Dredirinj*- at the North  Anu of tlie Fiascr River. I!.C.  Plans., H|ii'clltciulun and form of contract can  be -torn and forms of tender.obtained nt this  lic|iartmei,t. and at the offices of (J. C. Wors-  U hi, I2n|., District liiiffinet-r. New Went-  inin-Uer, H.C.; J. S. MacLachlan,Esq., D sttict  I-.njuicer, Victuiin, IJ.C, Tlie Ilibtrict IJiiL'in*  cur's Offii u, Confederation Life ItulMlnir. Tor-  onio Oni.; J. L. Midland, Ksr|., District Engineer, 1'ost Office lluilillii-r, Montreal. Que., und  on ii optica tion to the Postmaster at Vancouver,  1! C.  1'ei'i.otis iciirierliif- are notified that temleis  will not be considered unless made on tlie  printed forms supplied, anil sicned with their  nctuiil signatures, statin-j; their occupations,  and places of residence. In the case of firms,  the actual sl-rnnture, the nature of tlie occupation, and place of lesidcuce of eacli member  ofiiielirin must lie (jriven.  Bach tender must he accompanied liv an  ������������������refilled cheque on a chartered bunk, payable  to tho order of the Honorable-the Minister jof  Public Works, equal to five per cent. (6 p. c.) of  tlie amount of the tender, which will be foi felted  If the peisou tendoiinfr decline to enter into a  contiact when-called upon to do so. or fail lo  complete the work contracted for. If the tender 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. DESROCIIEUS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, July S, 1!)13.  Newspapers will not be paid foi .' * -idver-  tisenicut if they insert it without auMioriiv  fr-'iii the Department.���������44C61  PHOTOGRAPHER  ���������GREENWOobrBsC,  -.*'    ���������        >  OPEN  FROM 9  a. m. to 5 p. m.  LATEST DESIGNS'IN MOUNTS  All kinds of amateur .work  done at reasonable-prices   .',  oooooooooooooooboooooooooo  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Zcar and International Mineral Claims situ-"  ate In the Greenwood Mining  Division of Yule  District, near to Myncastor.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. S. Ilarrison, agent  for Jas. P. niaiue, Free Miners' Certificate  No. ol7(13B .intend, sixty ' days from  date hereof, to apply to the Miuine; Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaininy a Crown Grant of the above  claims.  And further take notice that action, under,  Section 85, must be commenced before the issue  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated at Midway this Cth day of August, A  D, M13.  J. S, HARRISON.  NOTICE  TKND1JR FOR MINBRAI. CLAIM FORI'IJITBD  TO TUB CROWN".  'G$ffiMmffi&.  A College For Fireman.  Thove has been established in New  York a college for firemen, whero the  city firemen are trained In the hest  method of fighting flames and to meet  the emergencies which may arlso. A  feature of tho curriculum Is to have  tho firemen drop from the edge of s  ebc story building Into a net below.  Real Merit.  Eeal merit of any Und cannot be  long concealed. It will be discovered,  and nothing can depreciate It but a  man's exhibiting It himself. It may  not always be rewarded ns it ought,  but It will always be known.���������Chesterfield.   Why?  Small Brother���������Air. Sammy, are you  a baseball player? Sister's Bean���������No,  Sammy. Small Brother-Then why  did sis tell me you weren't so mucb ot  a catch?���������Washington Times.  IN GRAND FORKS  I deal in Second-hand  goods and have the  largest sign in B. C.  I buy or sell anything from a needle  to a carload.  ED. PECKHAM  J. E. CAMERON,  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.  KASLO,    B.   C.  Woman's Port.  "What part of speech Is 'woman.'  par  "Woman Isn't o part of speech, my  son.   She's the whole speech."  Show us the man who nerer make*  a mistake, and we will show you a man  who never makes anything.���������Wayland.  1  SHOES SHINED  At the Windsor Hotel by  ZACK WATSON  MESSENGER SERVICE  &o4&o&>o4>+oqoo$qooo4o>>+mZ  ADVERTISE I THE LEDGE  ���������0<><><>00<X>00<>0<>00*OC>0<>0<K*^0<>0  T.   THOMAS  CLOTHESCLEAHED  ��������� PRESSED AND REPAIRED  TAILOR - GREENWOOD  ���������00<><i^OOOOOOOOOOOOO<><K>000000  STARKEY & CO.  NELSON, B. C.  MINING  BROKERS  PROSPECTS   BOUGHT   AND    SOLD  REDUCED RATES- .  LABOR DAY.  Between all stations Wcsleni Lints  September 1st, 1913.  Fare and One Third for tlio Round  Trip.  On sale August 29 to September 1  Final return limit Septetnbet 3  Call upon an}- C.P.R. agent for further  particulars or write,  J. V. MURPHY,  District Passenger Agent,  Nelson, B.C.  Sealed lenders will be received by the  undersigned up to -.12 o'clock noon, on  Thursday, 2nd day of October,  i9i3, for .  the purchase of the undermentioned Mineral Claim forfeited to the Crotvn.  All tenders must be at least equal the  upset price as given below, which represents tlie taxes, costs, interest etc. Crown'  Grant fees, and cost of advertising.  ' *  The name ofthe Mineral Claim is the  "Dont Know" M.C. Lot 2374 Osoyoos  Division of Yale District, Greenwood Mining Division.   Upset price ;*;iio.63.  Each tender must be accompanied by  a certified cheque payable at par at Penticton. Tlie cheque of any unsuccessful  tenderer will be returned at once.  JAMES R. BROWN,  -   Government Agent,  . Fairview, B.C.  Dated at Fairview, B. C. 19th August,  I9i3-  &&?&&������<Z&4&4Z������&������&&Z^&������*^^  Plumber  land Tinner  ii  n  i  I  I  $  I  I  I GEORGE CIERF.J  I am prepared to ex***  ecute all orders for  plumbing and tinsmith-*-  ing in city or country,  iv'iA ���������i;B"^*������''^s.^s*������'.I '������������������"?-;���������; ^t<>!'  REDUCED RATES  ���������TO���������  Vancouver Exhibition  from all points  in   the Kootenay  District.  On sale August 27 to September 3  (Inclusive.)  Final return limit September 9th.  From Greenwood - - $20.10  Prom Midway - -  -   $20.40  Further particulars from any C. P. R.  Agent, or write,  J. V. MURPHY,  District Passenger Agent,  Nelson, B. C.  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.  r^OAli mining rights ofthe Dominion,  v���������*1 iu 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 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 quantityof (merchantable coal mined and pay tie 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 the 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.  LOWERY'S CLAIM  During the 37 months that Lowcry'e  Claim wns on earth it did business nil  o*/or tho world. It was tho most  unique, independent and fearless journal over produced in Canada. Political  and theological enemieB pursued it with  the vonom of a rattlesnake until the  government shut it out of the mails,  and its editor ccasad to publish it,  paitly on account of a lazy liver and  partly because it takes a pilo of monoy  to run a paper that jb outlawed. I lion-  are still 20 different editions of this'con-  donined journal in print. Send 10cents  and got one or J2 and g*et the bunch.  ll. T. LOWEUY,  Oreonwood, B. C.  LIQUOR  ACT,  (Section LS)  1010  NOTICE tin hereby (riven that on the 4th  <lav of Septemlicr next .ippllc-itloii will he inaile  toSuncrl-itcMilcnt ot Provincial Police for the  if rant of .1 licence for the H.nle of liquor by  wholesale In and upon tho preinlscH known as  the Silver Sprlnir llrnwcry. ������������������Itiii.lol at. Anacnn.  ila, II.O.  Dated Mils fourth day of Auirnst-., 11113.  OIUKIsES WIEIsAND  Greenwood & Midway  AUTO STAGE  . Lrnves Greenwood for Spokane  at 8:20 a.m., & for Oroville at 8:10  p. m. Leave order-* at Terh'uno's  Cigar Store.   ..'^Chablkb KubselIj.  Th a  family  remedy   for   Coufihs  and {Colds  "Shltoh coats no  little   nnd does  no niuchl'  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  saloon man outprayed the  women in Kalamazoo, ancl  graphically    depicts   tho  roamings   of   a  western  editor among the tender-  fcet in the cent belt.    It  contains the early history  ofjNelson 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.  Tho  price   is  25  cents,  postpaid to any part of the  world.    Address  all   letters to *  R. T. Lower)  GREENWOOD, B. O. *  SMOKE....  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.   Made by  J. C. THELIN & Co., NELSOr  ASS AYE K?  E.  W.  \VIDDOWSON,: Assayer ni '  Chemist,   Box   niio8,   Nelson,   B.   \  Charges:���������Gold, Silver, I-cad or Coppi *,  $i  each.   Gold-Silver,  or S*' ������er-l-cii. .  $1.50.    Prices  for other metals:  C01  Cement, Fireclay analyses on  applic  tion.   The largest custom assay office ii,  British Columbia.  ,-*,"  V^^^^^^^'K'^C^Jj^^^^^^^^^^itigM-J-H'S'^B^ j. iijj 1  11.    1     ,��������������������������� ,..,,   ,,. , Boy Moran, of Carmi, has gone  to Spokane for a few clays, on a  tour of business.  Mr. and Mrs. Heckman have  gouo on a holiday to Seattle, Portland and other sound cities.  Chas. Martin has returned again.  Charlie is nursing a sprained  shoulder.  Isaac Crawford is expected home  this week, after au absence of three  month's visit in Eastern Canada.  Jack Patterson was given a very  pleasant surprise at his homo, by  tlie younger set of Carmi, Friday  evening, August 22. Games and  music were, tho entertaining features and those presont enjoyed a  .very pleasant evening.  Mr. J, Dalo has gono to spend  his holiday on his mountain ranch  and visit, his old friends in Greenwood and Midway.  Tho Kettle Valley railroad is  rushing the steel to the Summit.  They will have to hurry if they  wish to get over the Summit before tlio snow appears.  Mr. Barritto, of Wolf Creek, is  registered at the Brunswick hotel.  Miss Willie Smith, of Beaver-  dell, is visiting Miss Jeanne Crawford.  Mi*. William Morton, the mining expert, has gone to Princeton  on a business trip.  Bridesville News  Large crowds from here will attend the Greenwood Fair.  There is an opening for a good  blacksmith in Bridesville. Nearest ones are six or eight miles distant.  King Letts has purchased a lot  in Bridesviile from D. McBride  and is building a house thereon.  King Letts has a three year contract signed and sealed for delivering and collecting the Eural Mail.  This Rural Mail is a most popular inovation, ranchers appreciating the facility of getting their  mail delivered and collected.  The crops are looking splendid  around Bridesville. Mr. Brown  of this burgh cut timothy five feet  high.  Already some of our farmers are  prepairing their exhibits for the  Greenwood Fair. It looks as  though this district will be well  represented and advertised.  Marcus Mine  Development work with a double  shift of miners is to begin not later  than August 25 at the Big Bear  Mining & Development company's  property, np Pinkaton ' Creek  gulch, three miles from Marcus,  according to C. H. Albiu, manager  "who was interviewed in Spokane  this week. According to Mr.  Albin the company now has a  shaft 105 feet deep on the ore body  and a connecting tunnel run in on  the ledge 190 feet, showing good  values in gold and silver, together  ���������with the traces of copper. The  new work will be the running of a  crosscut tunnel 250 feet to tap the  ledge 200 feet below the present  workings.  "The ore body is four feet  ���������wide," said Mr. Albin, "and is in  a true fissure vein. We have had  assays running all the way from  $10 to $300 a ton in gold and silver and S2 or 83 in lead. The  copper is but a trace in this vein.  There is a cross vein running with  the formation carrying considerable  Communication  *    Eholt, B.C.  The Ed. The Lkikse:���������  Dear Sir;���������  In travelling over the Boundary Creek and Kettle Valley River  districts, a part almost unknown  to the outside, I find  Borne of the  best land I have ever seen  to produce a crop of anything.    I noticed  without exception the best  wheat,  oats and barley I havo ever seen  grow iu Canada.    Near Midway, a  beautiful little town on  the most  ideal townsite that could possibly  be, situated ou the  Kettle Valley  River,   G.N.R.  and C. P. R. now  running in full blaBt  to Spokane,  Nelson, and other points eaBt and  west.   ' In   addition   to   this the  Kettle Valley lino is built and track  laid for about 70 miles and  in  tho  course of a few months will  bo in  Vancouver, thus opening up a great  amount of timber land.    Now, Mr.  Editor, the only drawback I seo is  the lack of willing hands to clear  np and crop this land.    There aro  a lot of people on the prairie ,and  in Ontario that if they know of thii?  land and the Government encouraged it, would come ont here and  do well.    It is only a matter of say  3 or 4 years at the most before they  would be independent���������I dont mean  rich but on easy street.   Do you  know Canada has its workers and  if encouraged at all will make the  best of settlers.    I came from ,the  prairie andjhave enjoyed the   berries and cream.    I tell you its fine,  and anyone coming in can have  abundance of these the second year  after coming if they put them out  at once.    Apples and other fruits  bear in from 4 to 5 years.    In addition to all this in the Boundary  Creek DistrictDthere is the  city of  Greenwood, with its large smelters  and concentrators, melting out the  many tons of gold, silver, lead and  copper   every   day.    This city if  taken more interest in  and  more  encouragement  given   to settlers  would grow and  flourish.    There  is in   fact   everything   that heart  could wish for.    A healthy climate,  the best of. water,  and  without a  doubt the finest roads in  Canada,  grand scenery, game in abundance  and the trout will make your mouth  water when you taBte them.    Now  as this is my first letter I will stop.  Hoping to see this in print.  J. C. AUGER.  Enderby was shrouded in sorrow  last Saturday morning when it was  learned that little Larry ancl Bert  Dill had passed away the previous  night, Larry at shortly after 0 and  Bert at 11 o'clock. Larry had  been taken to the Cottage Hospital  a few nights before and little Bert  to the Vernon Hospital, where all  that human hands could do was  done for them. The deadly colitis  rapidly reduced the elder child to  a shadow of his former robust  body, while it stole to' the seat of  the brain of Bert and meningitis  ensued.  These little boys were great  favorities with the people of Enderby, and their passing away  brought deep sorrow to many Enderby homes. The bereaved parents have the sincerest sympathy  of tho community in their great  loss.  Tho funeral services worn held  in the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon, the church being  filled by mourning friends. Members of the Enderby Boy Scout  troup bore tho little white caskets  into the church, and lowered them  side by side in a single grave in  the recently plotted Enderby cemetery. The numerous beautiful  flower pieces which covered the  caskets bespoke, the love of their  sorrowing friends.  Revs. Mr. Brown and Mr. Dow  officiated.���������Enderby Press.  I No   Transaction   is 1  | Complete until   our|  9*" ��������� ^^ ***���������   ������**������  | Customer isSatisfied ������  ������~        No article goes out of our stores that does.not carry ~S  ������~ with it our determination to see that the purchaser res ~|  ������~- ��������� ��������� ���������������  ������~ ceives full value for every   cent  invested.   When you ~S  ������������*-*������ ���������*-**������������������*  s~ buy from "SMITH'S" you get your money's worth plus ^  I**-- ���������   ��������� -w������l  ������ the satisfaction of having your every requirment in our ~2  ������������ line met with the promptness, fairness, and courtesy ~s  ���������Er which represents the keenest desire on our part to please ~3  ���������������**���������*- .***������  *>***- ~*m  <**���������*-* ****^  ���������H    Wc accept our full responsibility with every transaction r~i  ���������>***��������� ���������^������  Love levels all things when love  is on the level.  The borrowed umbrella is usually taken by storm.  CT GROCERIES, HARDWARE, DRY GOODS, BOOTS. FRESH MEATS Z3  g    GREENWOOD    X    B.C.    X    ANACONDA  '|f  E-aii ins  Every year our mail service grows in effi*-*  ciency as the servant of the outxof*4own buyer.  Every year. our illustrated catalogue increases  in circulation, and that is not because of the  extensive increase in the population of the pro**  vince, but because the honest methods we em**  ploy in merchandising, and the solid values we  give, have won the entire,confidence.of every  buyer who sought our service,. \.    *  REGARDING: JEWELLERY     ;  In every line of Jewellery we have paid ,.  strict attention to fashion, and everything from  the least to the greatest in the matter of price  is made after select styles, Our catalogue gives  a faithful representation of all lines carried by,  , us in this department, the prices are fair and  moderate.   Write for our catalogue today,  HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LIMITED  JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS  Gco.E, Trorey, Man. Dir,    , VANCOUVER, B, C.  Big Labor Day  ebration  WILL BE HELD AT  A *Ls*99 '���������'WO   A V s&O  September, 1st, 1913  Roek Drilling Contest, $150 1st prize and $75 second  Special C.P.R. and Canadian Northern service from Grand Forks,  leaving Grand Forks at 9 a.m. returning at 9.30 p.m. from Phoenix.  Two thousand dollars iii prizes. Good program arranged, consisting of rock  drilling contests, baseball and football tournaments with teams representing Republic, Grand Forks, Greenwood and Phoenix. Special train service in connection.  Sports open to all comers. Money prizes for all competitions. Boxing contest for  middleweight championship. Big dance at night. A cordial invitation extended  to all.  For further particulars apply JOHN MARSHALL, Secretary.  3 BIG DAYS  SEPTEMBER, 24, 24,  & 25  Uth ANNUAL  AT NELSON, B.C.  THE EVENT OF THE KOOTENAYS  K     BIG FREE ACTS     K  It/ T\A7������.f**.*������   DaiIv Iv  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF GREENWOOD.  Collector's List of Lands or Improvements or Real Property Within the Corporation of  the City of Greenwood  To be sold for taxes, interest, costs and expenses, on the 13th day of September,. 1913, at  the City of  Greenwood, B.C., at the hour ol 10 o'clock in the forenoon pursuant  to the  "Municipal Clauses Act''  and by resolution of the Municipal Council passed on the 11th day of August, 1913,  SEE  Twice Daily  e������ ly !?���������������������������  The Bluches  Fun on a Ha*y Wagon  A Delight for Young and Old.  Les Jardys  A European Sensation  ASSESSED OWNER  Bank of Commerce.  Salinic Separation  Dr. Orin W. Joslin,   formerly of  Milwaukee,  ancl now at Lidnen,  Wis., that we may have in tho not  far distant future a process for separating all metals from the ores by  tho simple element of common salt  and water in the presence of electricity; that no matter how many  metals are contained in  tho ore,  tbey will all be separated at the  same time and collected they will  be chemically pure, even including  iron; that such a plant   can   he  built on an individual property at  a cost not to exceed $10,000, with  a capacity of 100 tons per day; and  tbat the cost of separating all of  these metals together   will range  from 40 cents to 81.75  per ton.  The   Dogeville,    Wis.,  Chronicle  says it awaits with nervous anxiety  some? tests now being made  "in  Colorado in a locality where  at  least six different metals exist within a radius of four  miles.    Our  nerves are calm.    We have an advance seventh son  report on tho  result. ��������� New York  Engineering  and Mining Journal.  Bush, James W.  Bealey, R.J   Braunan, S. I'....  Blue, Louis.  Lot  Barnelt, Mary Emma  Bunting, Herbert   Beaulieu, Thomas   Cornwall, M. A   Cohen, Rosic   M.  Campbell, II.  Florin, Julia   Greenwood Trading Co-  Graham, Donald   Greenwood Phoenix Tramway Co..  Hall, M. D. and Crawford J. A.  Hardy, T.J. and Russell, J. A...  Jerniyn James   Jolly, Lena ..  Kelly, Mary Josephine ,  Kelleher, Mrs. V. II.....  Law, W. M......  Mel lor, George.  copper, and after we have connected with the ore body through  our cross-cut tunnel and have  ���������worked into the hill on the ledge  ���������we will strike the intersection of  these veins, where we expect a  heavy body of ore to be found."  The prospect comprises eight  claims, including eighty acres of  heavy timber, and lies only two  ���������miles  from tho Spokane Falls &  Transmission of Electricity  When an electric current flows  through a conductor, it is not sent  or pushed through like a fluid in a  pipe, bat is rather handed on from  particle to particle. In other  words, it is a transfer of electric  energy which can be illustrated by  setting up a row of rubber balls  tangent to each other.  Now if we strike these balls at  one end the energy will be transferred from ball to ball and can be  utilized at the other. Here we  have no actual How, and yet the  energy was transferred from one  end to the other.  The basic units which we use.  are the unit of the rate or flow, or  amphere, the unit of electric pressure, or volt, and the unit of  Manchester, David -  Mortimer, E. H   Mcintosh, Irene S   Mcintosh, Duncan ,  McArthur, H. H   McKenzie, R. D   McLeiinaghau, James,  O'Rouke,  Michael.  Porter, W. 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Costs and  Expenses  $ 23 45  $2 00  IS 75  2 00  35 30  2 00  42 30  2 00  93 35  2 00  6 95  2 00  14 lo  2 00  iS 7S  2 00  56 35  2 00  30 5������  2 00  39 oo  2 00  1785  2 00  14 IO  2 00  9 35  2 00  28 25  2 00  9 35  2 00  21 i5  2 00  28 25  2 00  11 r5  2 00  iS 75  2 00  37 60  2 00  ���������7 05  2 00  3 60  2 00  2S 25  2 00  56 i5 .  2 00  6 95  2 00  24 05  2 00  16 40  2 00  8 6s  2 00  3S 20  2 00  23 45  2 00  38 20  2 00  4 65  2 00  9 45  2 OO  42-25  , 2 00  21 15  2 00  28 2o ���������  ���������2 00  n 80  2 00  9 80  2 00  14 15  2 00  6 95  2 OO  1 25  2 00  4 65  2 OO  30 50  2 00  15 30  > 2 00    |  104 55  2 00  25 90  2 0C  28 25  2 00  4 65  2 00  850  2 00  23 45  2 00  12 65  2 00  21 i5  2 00  9 35  2 00  30 50  2 00  31 70  2 00  340 60  2 00  123 60  2 00  14 7S  ���������2 00  84 40  2 00  8580  ���������2 00  34 lo  2 00  6 45  2 00  21 20  2 00  13 20  2 00  5 90  2 00  4 60  \2 00  4 IO  2 00  18 75  2 00  .1490  (2 00  10 00  2 00  31 90  2 00  44 65  2 00  21 15  2 00  30 55  2 00 .  1875  2 00  11 80  2 00  28 20  2 00  11 80  2 00  7 65  2 00  TOTAL  #2545  20 75  37 30  44 30  95 35  8 9S  16 10  20 75  58 35  32 50  41 00  19 85  16 10  11 35  30 25  11 35  23 i5  30 25  13 85  20 75  39 60  9 05  5 60  30 25  58 15  8 95  26 05  18 40  10 65  40 20  25 45  40 20  665  11 45  "44 25  23 15  30 20  13 80  11 80  16 i5  8 95  3 25  6 65  32 50  17 30  106 55  27 90  30 25  6 66  10 50  25 45  14 65  23 15  11 35  32 50  33 70  342 60  125 60  16 75  86 40  87 80  1.36 10  8 45  23 20  15 20  7 90  6 60  6 10  20 75  16 90  12 00  33 90  46 65  23 15  32 55  20 75  13 80  '30 20  13 80  9 65  Walter Stanton & Co.  Chauticler, the giant Rooster and the Dancing Geese  Y.MC.A. Pyramid Builders. Texas, the strong man.  In Living Pyramids In marvellous feats of strength  HORSE RACES Rock Drilling  and numerous other attractions  The Battle  in the  Ciouds'  Special Feature  HITT'S FIREWORKS  DAY AND NIGHT  As presented at the A.Y.P.  The  Electric  Screen  Single Fare for the Round Trip on All Lines.  A, D. EMORY, G. HORSTEAD, Sec, and Mgr  President. P.O. Box 392, Nelson, B,C;  G. A. RENDELL   DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES.  SEE OUR NEW  BALKAN SKIRT  GREENWOOD,  B.O.  SiiimmimiiiiiimmmnmmmmnmnmiimmnfmmniK  H NEW STOCK OF                          =1  I TRUNKS   &   VALISES 1  m>y ^*sm  ���������*���������**"��������� ~~    ������������������������������������                                                                                                ���������       ^^  E**-** '?������  I Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Summer |  I Underwear for Men.         -"ii  ^liiiiaiaiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiuiiauiiiiiiii^  GRAND   FORKS   GARAGE  GRAND    FORKS,    B.C.  is now open for business and is in charge of an Expert  Mechanic.   All repairs and adjustments quickly attended to.   Complete lfno of  AUTOMOBILE   ACCESSORIES  Northern railway.-Maroue   Mes- j ;��������������������������� ^ ���������oP"foe dhm.-Nol  pehger. j man Bead in June Aera.  By virtue of a warrant given iu pursuance of the Muuicipal Clauses Act and by resolution of the  Municipal Council, under the hand of F. W. McLaine, Mayor of the said Corporation, dated the 11th  day of August, 1913, and of all other powers me in that behalf enabling. I hereby give notice that I  will proceed to sell by Public Auction at the City Hall, Greenwood, on the 13th day of September,  1913, at 10 a.m., the above mentioned lands, unless the full amount of taxes, interest, costs and expenses as above are sooner paid. G. B. TAYLOR,  Dated this 16th day of August, 1913.   Collector.  carried in stock.   Best grade of Gasoline, Lubricating  Oils,  and Greases always on hand.   Bole agents for  Eepublic Tiros.   Tires pumped up free of charge. .  GARAGE   CO.,   LTD.  LEDGE ADS. BUM, RESULTS  (1  /K>  rumixuiWniliiia^i^^iL^^TimSlS^llSiii  a-^s^*^^'t;t-^ir.*Ya.,a;.iit'.i.-if.l-j^.  s:i*^><a������������-*������������wa*aai'^  .'vK';.^.,;*.^  w

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