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He has been vindicated, not by a  caucus of his party, not bya mere  majority   vote in parliament, but  by the country's highest tribunal  the vote   of. the people.     When  things appeared darkest  for - him  and rumors of political wrong-doing were being fasc circulated by  the  press,   he chose   not to take  shelter in a legislature where he  had a narrow majority, but out in  the broad open of public opinion  he challenged his enemies to meet  him. - His political past, his present, his future were at stake, but  . a servant of the   people he acknowledged himself,    and as that  servant he   awaited the people's  bidding.    When he decided on this  step there'were outward signs of  joy among his adversaries and they  felt that he would  be unequal to  the great case they would put up  against him;     Already they saw  his doom in .advance.     So sure  were they that the powerful array  of influences that were to combine  against him could not be withstood,  that like the parent who punishes  his child with sorrow, they affected  pain that duty laid  the cha������tening  task upon them.     In a body like  jackals atja'feast they moved upon  him.   They marshalled influences  . that, like a.:driving  storm swept  acroBS the   province.     From Ottawa where the  word   had gone  forth that' the '.'native son" as he  was    derisively   called   must;  he  .chastened, influences, some mercilessly powerful and some miserably  weak,   were sent west to educate,  to control,   aye even to corrupt  public opinion of which he placidly  awaited' a verdict.    Great corporate influences, affecting to be subtle  and sly,  but palpably brazen and  weak,  chagrined   that they   had  been unable to find him essayed to  influence his jury.    But unmoved  and with   implicit confidence he  stated his case to the people, calmly,  simply and definitely.    For thirty  days and nights the trial lasted.  His opponents sought to pile up  damning evidence of incompetence,  evidence of dishonesty, evidence of  corruption.      They   said  he had  been tricky and treacherous, that  he had despoihd tlie public estate  and given it away,   that bribery  had knocked at the doors of his  cabinet aud been admitted, that he  consorted with political profligates  and was allied with those who fain  would tear down the flag, that unfitness characterized   his 'government-and unrighteousness marked  its   administration.     They  summoned their slick-tongued ones to  tell this story to the patient jury,  summoned them from their deskH  at Ottawa, summoned them from  their offices in far Yukon in dead  of winter.   Men who had forsakeu  public  life,   were galvanized into  political   agitations,    taken  from  business, from administrative seats  from  the  judge'a.   bench, to convince   this    great    province-wide  people-jury of the enormity of this  man's and this ministry's crime of  daring to independedtly think and  act.    Every argument known to  clever men, every article resorted  to, by specialists in their line was  tried upon the jnry, and so persistently bad the work of impressing,  persuading, brow-beating the jury  been done, that when dawned the  morning of tho day on which the  verdict was to bo returned, thoughtful men even who believed in McBride and his government, awaited  fcbe day's close with distrust and  doubt. But saphistry sufficed not,  the'false cry of corruption convinced not, tho false plea of imbecility moved not. Foremost  among his prosecutors stood Mac-  donald, Mclunes, Henderson; Curtis, all lawyers, three of them ex-  lawyers, but called into the case to  win it. And where, are they today ? Macdonald survives to lead  his depleted minority in the house,  but the other three what of them ?  F-m- some of them doubtless the  kindly patronage of the Federal  government will provide, but the  people, the people of British Columbia flocked not thitherward with  the expected gifts;  The verdict spoken't t'i i silent  tones of a people's ballot set free  him accused of weakness aud  wrong. It said, "Back to your  cabinet, your government, your  country, j'ou tho accused, back to  your Bilent homes, you his accusers."  And so made stronger by the  tonic of a people's.commendation  of his work already done. Premier  McBride and his government return to power to carry forward as  Bafe and sound lines the administration of a growing country's public affairs. ,  With characteristic modesty Mr.  McBride will returu to the work he  had   eo    iudustriously, .conscientiously ,set himself,th������ regeneration  of the province, of  its finances, its  methods,   its  industrial   development.     He will not grow vain by  the people's verdict, rather will he  feel added responsibility because of  the new condition of thiugs.    New-  wisdom will come to hisplaus, new  vigor to his   administration.    He  may shed  no tears as he looks on  those of his adversaries whom tlie  people  bound  that   they  may  he  harmless,   but  he will   fuel in tin-  verdict given  a sunnnoiiB  to the  consecration  of   his   best thought  and service for his country.   A few  of his old-time friends have fallen  under public ban but from among  his supporters is to be found splendid material for the making of cabinets  and   the government of the  province      We congratulate   Mr.  McBrido   that we have seen that a  jury cannot be packed, the people  cannot bo stampeded in a storm,  and that   wuat   he   has done and  tried to do has been appreciated.  OltEENWOOn RIDING  There  were some   surprises in  Greenwood   riding.     The  Eholc  vote was a surprise to the Conservatives, where it was expected Mr.  Warren would have a small majority.     The Liberal vote at Eholt  was principally from outside points,  Grand  Forks,   Nelson aud other  places east.    The voters came in  on the west train, voted and went  back on  the cast bound. * For the  first time Greenwood city gave a  Conservative majority.   This was  partly owing to Mr. Warren's personal popularity, and partly to the  excellent work done by his committee.     The opening of the campaign    found   the,' Conservatives  without  an    organization.     This  will not occur in the future.    Although they had an uphill grind  from the start,  the Midway committee polled twelve more Conservative votes than tho central committee expected.    Rock Creek elected Mr.  Naden, only two Conservative   votes   being  polled at  that poiiit.    Tho other four were  scrutineers  and  election officials.  Mr. DyncB headed the poll in four  places, Mr. Naden in   three and  Mr.  Warren in one, Greenwood,  where all three candidates reside.  There   were four   spoiled ballots.  On one there were no  marks, on  two others names were written,aud  the fourth was a double for both  Dynes and Warren.    After the returns were all in the Liberals had  a, procession, headed by the band.  When' reports came in from the  coast and other parts of the province, ' the Conservatives   took the  streets and held the town till morning.     Although defeated at home  they acted like victors.    All federal officials in the district took an  active part in the camhaign.    J.  E. Brown,   the newly appointed  county court judge both  worked  and voted, as also did. the customs  officers.' This is,  of course, their  undoubted right, but it was felt by  many    that ' His    Honor   Judge  Brown should have kept out of the  contest.     Iu case * of protest, the  case   will   come   up   before him.  While   no   one   would assail Mr.  Brown's integrity, still doubts.will  be felt as to the impartiality of an  extreme partizan.  Following is the vote polled:  Dynes Naden Warren Spoiled  endorsed,' and at the next general  election Greenwood 'will return a  Conservative by an overwhelming  majority. Again thanking you for  your support, I remain  Yours faithfully  E. G. Warren.  Greenwood  104  106  129          2  Denora  9  2  4  Eholt  10  19  12  Dead wood  16  5  8  B. Falls  23  9  ���������     9  Midway  5  45  23            1  Rock Creek  9  3i  6            1  176  217  191           4  GRAND FOUK3 RIDIXO  Gre  itory  Miller    M'Innis  firand Forks     I  07  169            115  Phoenix  35  60            197  Cascade  9  7                7  Carson  4  8                2  Bannock  6  .12              2  161  256  323  THE  PROVINCE  Following are tho complete returns in the province showing 26  Conservatives elected, 12 Liberals  and 3 Socialists. This ensures a  stable and honest government for  she next four years. There are a  sufficient number of straight Conservatives in tho house to give  Premier McBride a working majority over any combination that ma}'  lie brought against him. The Conservatives are now alone responsible for the acts of the government:  The    Conservative    seats  are:  Atlin, Columbia, Comox, Cow-  ichan, Dewdney, Fernie, Islands,  Kamloops, Kaslo, New Westminster. Okanagan, Richmond,  Revelstoke, Saanich, Similkameen,  Siocan, Vancouver (5), Victoria  (4)���������26  The Liberal seats are :  Cariboo (2), Chllliwack, Cran-  brook, Delta, Es-quimalt, Greenwood,^ Lillooet, Nelson, Rossland,  and Yale. ���������12.  The Socialist seats are:  Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Newcastle.     _: '  Purity flour is tho boston the  market. Sold by the Russoll-Law-  Caulfield Co.  To Electors of Greenwood Riding.  While I was not sustained in my  candidature and elected as the  member for this riding, I want to  take this opportunity of extending  my hearty thanks to those who so  ably supported me by their votes  and influou'ee. 1 am highly  pleased with the result inasmuch  as wliero I. was known I polled a  majority, and had the campaign  been of longer duration would no  doubt have been elected.  While-' it is to bo regretted that  Greenwood riding iuust be in the  opposition for another four years,  it is very gratifying to know that  the platform on which I stood received almost unanimous support  by tho electors of the province,  bearing out my assurances prior  to tho elections. I would earnestly  request all those who supported  mo to remain true to the caupo  which, has beep   so emphatically  City Council  At regular meeting of the city  council Monday evening there were  present Mayor Bunting and Aldermen Gulley Desrosier, and Nelson.  Minutes of previous meeting read  and adopted. '  The mayor then appointed the  following committees:  Finance���������Sullivan,, Gulley and  Wood.  Streets���������Nelson, Wood and  Sutherland. -    ���������  Water���������Gulley, " Sullivan and  Nelson.  Fire and Light���������Sutherland,Nelson and Desrosier.  Board of Health���������Wood, Gulley  and Desrosier,  Cemetery and Pound���������Desrosier,  Sutherland and Sullivan.  The clerk was instructed to order  seven copies of the Canadian Municipal Journal:'  Nelson���������Desrosier���������That finance  committee be instructed to look  into the matter of purchasing bonds  hypothecated to the Bank of Montreal, as suggested in the auditor's  report.���������Carried.  Gulley���������Desrosier���������That .auditor's report be received and filed,  and the building of a strong room  hi referred to' the fire and light  committee, and that the annual  statcmuntbe published.    Carried.  Nulsoii���������Gulley���������That report of  medical officer of health be referred  to fire and light committee respecting the present goal accommodation.    Carried.  Finance committee reported the  following accounts correct:  Fire Department., $ 45.00  Greenwood City Waterworks Co.. 241.50  Smith & McRae      6.45  Hunter KendrickCo      2.40  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co      4.85  Cameron & McDonald      4.25  B. C. Gazette       5.5o  E. W. Bishop      8.55  White Bros       2,00  Council adjourned.  Eighty Cent Silver  The director of the United States  mints is reported to have said in  the course of a recent interview at  Denver, Colorado: Silver is going  to reach a price of 76 cents or better within two years, and will hold  that price. I believe" that hundreds of silver mines throughout the  west which have been shut down  for more than ten years because of  the fall in price will be reopening  again within a year, simply because the price of this metal makes  it worth while. Further, let me  state, this is no speculative or boom  market. Tho priee of 71 cents today will be better next month, and  it will steadily and naturally advance a point at a time until a high  mark, possibly 80 cents, will be  reached.  With silver at from 75 to 80  cents there should follow a revival  of considerable dimensions in the  Slacan, Lardean, East Kootenay  and other silver-producing sections  of the province. Silver, despite  the crusade that has been  made  in London. Hasten the day for  the advance in its price means  prosperity for tho Keotenays.  WRECK AT PHOENIX  The worst wreck and fatality  that ever happened on the Phoenix  branch of the C. P. R., occurred  last Saturday night when one man  was killed outright and a loaded  runaway train of ore was demolished, in the twinkling of an eye,  the brakeman killed being literally  ground to little pieces.  The train  consisted of nineteen  cars,   one of  which was the coach  used on the Phoenix passenger run,  the crew being the passenger crew,  which does^fgeneral  work  on the  hill when not on the passenger run.  "Shandy"   McGuire  was  the  engineer,   James   Fraser,   the   conductor,   with two brakeman and a  fireman.    ,When the train left the  water tank in the Phoenix yards a  little after 10 o'clock,  and started  down   the   hill   the air was tested  and found to work all right. When  trains get just outside the Phoenix  yards proper, the descent is rapid,  and  shortly    after   reaching   this  point" the engineer discovered his  air did not work well.    Then, as a  final resort,  an attarapt was made  to set 'the brakes more firmly by  hand, but it could not be done fast  enough, and the train was steadily  gaining speed and was out of control.      When   it passed the Snow-  shoe mine it   must have been travelling at a 50-mile gait,  and at the  Rawhide the momentum is thought  to have easily  exceeded 75 miles  per hour on a three per cent.grade.-  Half   a   mile   below the Rawhide  mine  the wreck   occurred.     Engineer McGuire stuck to his post  until it was   sure death to stay one  minute longer,   aud with the fireman and  one   brakeman jumped  to  safety,   having a narrow escape  from death as it was. ' Fraser was  in the coach, which stayed on the  track.  The other brakeman, Howard  Rushton, was trying to get down  from an ore car to jump, when he  evidently slipped and fell and was  rolled ov^r aud over and ground to  little pieces by the flying ore train,  the snow for fifty yards being spattered with his blood. Both feet  were cut off, his head was split in  two, the body badly mangled and  severed, and the track was littered  with particles of clothing, bones,  etc., a blanket being required to  get the remains together after the  fatality.  The locomotive, No. 13S-1, one of  the heavy simple engines, with two  I     -Of Local Interest)      |  against it, is the money most in  use all over the world. Niuety  men out of a hundred when they  put their baud in their pocket for  money find silver or copper there.  Silver has always, since metallic  coins were first used, been a money  and always will bo such as long as  the metals aro used by umnkiud for  that purpose. The "pale drudge  of the common people" is working  up again to the place it formerly  occupied and from which it was  ousted through au effort which be  gan among a few  money changer? I years  air pumps, left the rails before  getting through tho rock cut, then  skidded along and when out of the  cut went down the bank 25 feet,  where it now lies with drivers in  tho air. Fourteen of the loaded  ore cars piled up in au almost iu-  extricablo mass in, the cut, being  ono mass of copper ore, iron and  wood, many of the ore dumps being  of steel.  Superintendent J. S. Lawrence,  with the entire wrecking crew, was  on the scene early Sunday from  Nelson, starting at clearing it  away, aided by roadrnaster Yeo, of  Eholt and the section men of this  district. It was found necessary  to use dynamite to handle it at all  and make progress so that traffic  could bo resumed, tho location of  tho wreck being such that a track  could not be built around tho  wreckage to advantage. Ore traffic is, of courso, at a standstill, but  a day or two will see tho wreck  cleared away to permit passage of  trains.,  Rushton was on his first day as  a brakeman on the Phoenix hill,  having conio hero from the Kamloops or Rcvolstoko scctious of the  road.     Ho was a, ujud of about 83  LV. Mathison, dentist, Naden-  Flood block.  . Valentines -all styles'and prices  at Coles & Frith.1  S. Barry Yuill left for the coast  today, and will go north in1 the  spring.  When a man's business interferes with his politics he should  quit business.  Smith Curtis, the defeated candidate in the Similkameen, was in  the city yesterday.  F. F. Ketchum came down from  Beaverdell Saturday last, and left  for home again yesterday. ,  Rev. J. P. D. Knox, pastor of  the Rossland Methodist church,  was iu the city this week.  The vein in the Prince Henry is  about six inches in width of very  rich galena. The shaft is down  220 feet. ' !  Murdock McLeod- came down  from Canyon creek Saturday to  vote, and returned ou Wednesday's stage.  Thus. McAulay, of Beaverdell,  was in the city Saturday aud Sunday, and went over to Danville to  spend a few days with his family.  There is a sort of boom iu Pyth-  ianisra. Some twenty odd applications have been received by tho  Greeuwood lodge in the past two  weeks.  Robert Wood returned from the  coast Saturday, where he had been  attending a meeting of the Midway  and Vernon Railway compan}'. It  is said work will again be resumed  on the road iu the early spring.  Harry Arnold Greene, aged 30  years and S months, died at the  Phoenix hospital, Friday last, and  was buried in Greenwood Monday  afternoon, Rev. J. P. D. Knox,  conducting the services. Deceased  luad been ailing for a couple of  years.  Tuesday last, Mrs. Maiy Mc-  Arthur died in Greenwood of la  grippe, aged 7*1 years. Deceased  was a native of County Clare, Inland, and when young came with  her family to Simcoe county, Ontario, where she married John Mo-  Arthur of Collingwood. She has  been a resideut of Greenwood for  a number of years, where she had  many warm friends. Her family  are Mrs. Clias. Grant of Ohio. Mrs.  A. Dutcher of Butte, Mont., Mrs.  J.   J.    Caulfield   of   Greenwood,  "Cariboo Brand" Tape Gu'ttu  Percha Fuse is the highest grade,  grade. Huuter-Kendrick Co/are  distributors.  Everybody has "grrip."  Monday -will  be payday at the  Greenwood smelter.  Jas. C. Dale went up to Carmi  on Wednesday's stage.  The E-igles' ball in the old #<%-  sonic hall Tuesday evening was  fairly well attended.  Orders taken for all kinds of  fancy cakes at the GreenwooiS  Bakery, Copper St.  . Headquarters for fine groceries  and interesting prices at the Rus*  sell-Law-Caulfield Co.  When you want a monument or  headstone write to the Kootenay  Marble WorkH, Nelson, B. C.  It would be well to look at our  nice steam-heated rooms before lo-  ���������  eating elsewhere. Clarendon hotel  The Bay mine will ship a car of  ore this month, which it is said  will run nearly S1,000 to the ton.  ' For Sale���������A six octavo piano  case organ. Almost as good au  new. Apply Mrs. V. Dynes, Gobi  street.  Just received a shipment of  Swift's Sugar Cured Hams and  Premium Bacon. Russell-Law-  Caulfield Co.  Petpr McArthur of Butte, Mont.,  Richard  McArthur of Alaska and  C.   J.   McArthur  of Greenwood.  The   remains will bo taken to Col-  lingwood, Out., for interment, oue  of her sons accompanying the body.  J.   W.   Nelson is forming a syndicate to work the Diamoml and  Texas.   Already a sufficient number have signified thei." intention  to join the syudicato and develop  the properties.     The idea is for  twenty to subscribe 825 per month  for development purposes, and tho  ore shipments above tho actual cost  of mining and treatment to be applied  for the purchase of the property.   Tho Diamond Fraction adjoins the Providence, and the vein  is said to run into tho Diamond at  tho 300 and 400 levels.   So before  tho ore is encountered it will be  necessary to sink on tho Diamond  to a depth of about thrco hundred  feet.     This   will   require  an 0*.  pendituro of about 61,000, and the  syndicate is being formed to furnish  tho necessary' funds,   Offers  have been made by tho Providouce  people for tho Diamond,   but the  sum  named  was nob largo enough  to induce the owners to sell,  Lein Pearce, an old-timer of  Greenwood, but now a resident of  Chesaw, was in the city this week  for a few days.  E. A. Black, Phoenix, sells the  best in jewels, diamonds, watches  and clocks. Remember this when  3'ou go up the hill.  Bruce Craddock came in from  the coast Mouda3'. He started  from Vancouver with the intention  of getting here in time to vote, but  owing to a snowslide near Hope,  was delayed two days. He leaves  for the coast today aud will go  north to Piince Rupert in the  spring.  A case is being tried in the police court .today before Police Magistrate Hallett, for assault with intent to kill. Four Russians are  mixed up in the case. They are  section men on the C. P. R. and  the dispute was over who should  be section boss, there being a vacancy in that exalted position. The  case will take two or three days.  Last issue The Ledge stated that  j tho Liberals would not carry moro  j than  li seats in the province and  j the Socialists 5.   The returns gave  ! the Liberals  12 and the Socialists  3.    The Times gave the Conservatives   only   G seats iu its forecast.  It doesn't always pay to give heed  to the opinions of journalistic adventures.   The Ledge stated what  it believed to be facts.   Tho Times  published what  it knew to be absurd.  ���������-"---���������' '��������� ��������� 'V1-'" ��������� ���������- ���������  Lost���������Between the skating rink  and government office, a lady's  gold watch. Reward will bt* given  to 'person returning Battie to Tbu  Ledge office.  Congratulations  At the manse last evening Rev.  J. T. Ferguson united in inarriago  James Irvine Fceuey and Mips  Mary McQueen. > Tho newly  married couple will leave for their  home iu Greenwood this morning.  ���������Nelson News,  Baldwin, RtiHsctt, l'owaukeeand  Greening apples at tho��������� UuhboII-  Law-Caulfiold Co. store. -" '  A box of Magdala cigars te^n  gift that will bo appreciated by a  nmokor,  i ���������"i:  ft  \ * :  ���������cemvoi;d;.IJ;C,, Feb. v, innr.  ftfft g&uwn wool*" LEbSft  .Trw e ������������ir ������RTi. it������ ���������**."��������������� W" **ii- wi������"  *A<MVnvuu*f Vntf.*������i  ^t.i'i,.;-..  iOkiJUi"  ������5tS3i2ES������S^aW3^EEHE2SE������llS3i  F7FWF/P  L^o  Our annual stock-takin'g sale Jji  is  now  on.    For tlie" next two fe  weeks We will place' cm Gale our S  complete stock rif tvifttcr good*, $  for  m'cn, wonferr and children,-  at greatly reduced prices:    This ���������..  is an opp-jr.tunity of purchasing |  seasonable   g.-cd.i  at   discounts f  varying from 20 to fiO per cent, w  Don't fail to take advantage of it f  ���������2-S  S5TO(vSa2KS2E235S=^BaS53Si  RENDELL  & CO. I  ^1  M-itfC  GE  was being used to 'further the interests of the Ottawa machine,- but  it appears that the Molson'ss bank  people    contemplate    establishing  'Is publisher!1 c-TC-ry Thursday"at Ga-en-  "vricxl, H. C , and the price is $: a year,  aobto.^T.'cutoallpttrtsofCamida, United j branches iii B'. C. and tool: advan-  Slatus, Mexico and Great JJritain. To , fctge of the opportunity afforded by  fithcr countries it is sunt postpaid , for j fchl) (,.;., ���������-esti' ot-   ;i   niomber of par-i r'"~   ViY-   v  izatidn front ������250,000 to $2,000,000.  Had the company acquired or attempted to acquire more property,  or .increased their pl.uit,- th'ore  would possibly have, been' sonic  excuse for the increased capitalisation,' but as they" have nofcifotip s.).  their object niu.st be an attempt at  slock jobbing. The' Providence in  lho'pa>t two years has paid a dividend of 10 per rent; or 5 per cent,  per. annum.' This' wo'iild mean  $j- of 1' per cent.- per' annum on lhe  increased capitali&aion. Not a  very high interest-paying inve.-t-  ment?^ But r.lii.s is not the worst  phase of the promotion. If a large  amount of Providence stock is sold  in eastern cities n;itl no tlivi leir'd-'  paid on it, the investing pulili'"  will become suspicioirst)f other and  legitimate promotions in the district, and thus a great injury .vill  be done those who are endeavoring  b> develop their properties on liuJi-  ness   principles.       The'  following  J-\50 a year.    Address  all   letter's to The  7-jedgc, Greenwood, B. G.  R. T. LOWERY,  EDITOR   AND   FINANCIER.  Greenwood, k. c , F.K3.  7, 1937  lianienfcfo have a  number of their  |320 wills circulated  in  order  that  ��������� the electors would become familiar  j with   the  b.:nk't{ currency  befort  I branches were established.  C.    Mining   Kecbrd  to   the   Provideiiet*  might   apply  promotion :  Governor  George C.   P,irdo,j of  "'" Caii'ornia,   who intnulu -etl the subject of  the  prevention   of mining  Wi:nn  there two or   ihrte'Grits  .elected'?  Bow.--k������   isn't -.i  bad   (nmer of  jpjeious Orits.  TafcRE was a heaVy  snowstorm, ''��������� business to look aflor. Mr.  Foil another four years Greenwood electoral district will be out  of it. The member-elect is a supporter of 11 very much discredited  party in the province. Any appropriations for the district will  have to, be obtained through the  defeated candidate', and he has his  Naden,  accompanied  by  ftost,.in Victoria "������ ft������ intemew some months ago.  Saturnav. ' Si������l<^   '1C  expected    to   spend   the  . _. . t|i(} grCM{CI. po'i-tion of  his time in  Did some wis-c  reporicr  write a'- ,,    ,,    ' . ...       , ,    .  , ...,  i���������    ,���������     ,     .,,'the north, therefore will  not be in  ." i.-/ib3rtilL!uif^iide?"    Truth will ...    \   ,    . .   .,      ., ,  ��������� a. position to look  inter  the  needs  occasionally   iippear  in  the   most'   .-.>,/-,,      -,,     ,, ,  1L of jsock  Greek.-    By  the  vote on  S.;tt:rdav, Greenwood decided that  .nnexpecteu ph;ees.-  L.bekaj. members of p'trliament she didn't want to be represented  are liable to become  extinct in 13. 11>3' a L������er3ou inllucnccd  by  the Ofc-  iO    A-couple should be captured ifaw0 uiacui"c\.   ���������by '.the curator of flic provincial j Tl[E Conservative candidate-is  jnmeum .while there are'yoi a few { to 1,0 congratiiilatcd on receiving a  .-dlu-  1   j substantial majority in  the. city of  What istobecomo of McLnnesr' (Vree'nwood,-where till three can-  It is the duty of the federal gov- didaies are personally known t������v  .eminent to provide for wards of the eleetois.- lb is the first Con-  the nation. li. p. cannot spare servative majority scr-urcd in the  .any cabinet positions at present. 01L3'. and is tlie' highest possible    tribute   that   could   be   paid   Mr.  Lost���������On Saturday the 2nd inst. ' barren as" a mrtir by those in a  somewhere in the Sinitfkamecn. a I position to arrive at a trueestimare  .deposit; Finder will bo suitably jof h\m iUU] \lia opponents. In  -rewarded and thanked on return- Utidway and Koi.-k Creek tlm hiding-same to Smith Ouifiis, lloss-! w;iy an(]- Vernon railway cry was  /and, or Duncan Hops, Ottawa.-       | iiv,.\ lo advantage  by Mr. Naden  ...            ,           ~     ,,     ,   , ..     J and Mr. Jioss.    This  was'one of  ���������1 hosb who are 111   the  halut ol ; , ...                 ���������  ,,  .    ,          -. ,                  ��������� .   I lie" principal  causes of the Itirge  had    special    cause    for  .  .pr.iying  natl    s  jhaiiksgiving Sunday List for the  .deliverance of the province from  /She band of Ottawa thieves who  /Sought to gain control of the government. ,  . Eveky one who knows him will  be pleased to hear of the election  ,tif J3ill Hunter in the Siocan. Ife.  ,\vas one.of the pioneers of thedis-  ^rictand has always been one of  /t-i irn et energetic business men  /ind piogiessivecitizens.  vote polled by Jlr. Xaden aloni  the blettle river.- Another was the  V., V. & R, or Pat Welch influence. Other causes might he  mentioned, but tin- election is now; licially recognized  it  itf generall\  frauds at the ninth annual meeting of the American Mining Congress,' held at Denver, Colorado,  last month, said in the course of  his remarks oil this subject: ''There  is nothing meaner and dirtier in  the world than die stock fakir who'  deliberately and unblushingly  abuses the confidence'of the people  by robbing them of money which  can aud would' he used for a good  purpose in increasing tho holder's  prosperity. ltt is therefore of  serious import "than the peaceful  law abiding citizens should do  what they can to protect the injured persons in such transactions.-  It is fftiite true that we cannot protect all the foois" all the time; but  we can protect some of tln-msbinc  of the time." We commend this-  plain-spoken opinion to several  P'irasites on.the mining industry of  this province whose unprincipled  actions in a similar direction have  been -animadverted upon in the  Mining Record front time to time;  also to certain writers for new -  papers who have aided and abetted  in the nefarious schemes of tw'.i or  three''fakirs" whom it is sc.ircely  necessary for us to at this time  name.  COPPER IS KING  Time was when gold was king of  thti world of commerce and th"re  was none to dispute its right to'  rule, but there has' been' a' change  and  while the abdication is not of-  to go  over and it is not necessary  into the shady side of the campaign. These dim res* until "the  Dominion elections.  To'say that that  the  ptf-fofl't.-c  department of   Canada  is  unitjue  conceded that copper is the metal  in greatest demand in tire world of  commerce and mechanical arts.  More copper is consumed in tin"  m.inufaet'iripg world today tlrni  any (ither m-'tal except 'mrf, and  there'is  not such ������������������. wid- tliffen-nce  Somk one litis suggested that [express the whole' tru'tii. Since  flock Cr.eek he struck oil the map. [the genii -man now at the he*I  'What is (he matter with.Sliatford's of    (lie  dcpartn.e-.it  took   charge  and    the      postmaster-general    a;.n  tIl0 voIlIII10 0r ti,���������,e metals ,.m.  ?���������a.1!"'e"!."m'^iS^,T"!t.lBC'o-CC!J!PhVL,cI i!1 ihc P'^cssm of meehani  Cal const ruction.  The  application of electrical ap  fnajority of 20 over Curtis fi'iere?  This side of the creek will be all  right 'when the (h-clors become  inoru familiar with Libera! campaign methods. " Von can't fool  all the people all the'time." At  present it is neee-sary that Rock  /flreek should remain in order that  jlr. Naden may haven constituency  Ei:i'itiW!:.v/ATlVi:s of The hedge  )ia\e repeatetily liten nsketl in the  jy,i9t two weeks if the two. papers  Were going i,o amaj'garyuite. There  ^s no forindafiloii f.u- the rumor:  It probably originated In jihe brain  ,of some imaginative Liberal whih  Recovering from tho effects reuniting from uh.-inging 11 S20 Alolson  Mil.' The Ledge is not looking for  fifouble at present, thereforo there  \tt\Y be' no amalganiatiou.  Di'iu.vd the campaign a number  fH: poison's bunk $20 bills came  f'jttj tirctilation in (fraud Forks,  |f>r������emvood, giaiilktimeen urn!  fjk:intignir electoral   divtrictH.    Ii  some remarkable edicts have been  sent out. The latest is that all  newspapers must lie 21 by o-l iii..  and must be folded to at least one-  cighu this size before being received  by postm.-i.-tciv. A diagram irf fur  uishctrrn order that publishers may  make no mistake. The document  naively ends thus r " Publishers  will be given until the 1st of  .March next in order to arrange for  tlie necessary addition to their  presses or otherwise piovide for  conforming to this regu'latimi."  Wonder how ninny newspaper men  in Canada could,' in thirty days,  raise the iH'ce.-sary S2'00 r������8!,3(W  in order lo conform lo this regtila-  iioi*. A remarkably brilliant man,  pb\hically, the postrnaster-gener.il,  but mentally, hoppy !  THE   PilUVIDKNCIv.  piitiuces fo the ordinary uses of  man has created a trcrrii-iidniN demand for copper and the demand  of the iudustiial world is Coti-  i-tantly for more! more I until it is  ii grave question as to whether the  wot Id's Hiipply will equal the  wbild's demand/  The vnSt iiit'-reiific in electric railway mileage' in the past, year will  lie more than doubled during the  pres-cnt yeifr,- and thn' iii'dustry is  si ill iu its stvu&lliitg clothed.  Without cfipper the useful adj-iuct  to the world's c'arryin'g Rystems  would be useless. No' substitute  for this useful mctil lia's been- discovered, nor wilUie,- deuce tiro importance of the development tit the  copper mining industry. No other  industry on earth shows such activity. The impetus1 is healthful.  The demand* of trade are inexorable. There is not enough copper  to meet. tl|e present demands of  trade     'What   will   we   do iiexl  throughout the world. The'Vop-  per' prbfluqt is the most; interesting  feature in' yro mining'world today,  and that interest is increasing. No  single industry in the World-is.so  completely under operation'at full  bliisty There'ts millions in:-.c'opper-'  The poorest copper producing  properties are being worked at a  profit.-  .The end is not in sight.-'  Notwithstanding the' met that  the source of .-tip.'ly is being taxed  10 the utmost tin demand is still  increasing. It h a fact quite clear  lo the commercial world that copper   and   r.ut   gold   is the king of  cominerce today.  _  vv _^  Seven thousand   Itowil  Sle 1.1 cig-  ii r.-  tiv  bcii.tr hinoki-d diM'iug  lie  campaign.    Made in Nelson.  J'\  Regular monthly meetings if  Creinwood lodge,- No.- 2S, A. K. &  A. M. are held on the (irsst Tliurs-  diiy in each month,- in Fr;tternity-  hall, Wotid block. Gosern'meutSt.,  Greenwood. W.-iti-ig breth'ren are  Cintlially insited lo attend.-  E: G. Wakrio.v W. AL  J. S. Hiiixii-:,-Secretary.  DL.1  1ARDV & CO  Midway  Dealer  in Dry Goods-, Groceries,- .Boots' and Shoes  etc.,- etc.  About  Floa  Float is not a periodical.  It is a book containing SG  illustrations, all told, and'  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life.- It  tells how a gambler cash-  in after the li.ish da^s of  Sandon ;' how it rained in  New Denver long after  Noah w;ts dciid j how a  parson look a drink at  Iiear I/tkii in caily days;  how juntiec w;is  dealt  in  ���������When y��������� 11 want a monument or  headstone, write to the-'Kiiolenay'  u.arble Works, Nelson, B. O. ���������-��������� .  m mitm i  g DL-ale'f'in'                                           g  j Windows,- Dffrs,  ;'   - j  J turned Work' and'  >|  I ���������     " irnside Finish.: |  I SIHKGLES,MICfK,-ETC. I  I Wood" Flit. Plaster !  s PHOiM-T.,65          ,          s  %iiiiiii!ii!iiiir.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiii;!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiuiiii!Hiiui!ir.#'  ������i."/COJ*V'rt>'  saloon man out.prayed the  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically depicfa the  lOiiiuings of it western editor amongst the tender-  feet in the cent belt. It  contains the Curly history  of Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In it an- printed three  western poenn. and dozens of article t< 0 numerous to nicnt 011/ Send  for one before it is too  lute. The price is. twenty-'  five Cents',- postpaid to any  part of the world. Address all letters to  n  Ttfe-Windsor/Hotel ���������  6f Grand Forks, B, C.7 caters to  miners,' mechanicsati'cfsue.'ltcr un-u  A-. B. Sloan, Man:., gt.  R.    ROBINSON  Is tlie o'n'ly shoe'uiaker in  America who obtained a  ' mc'd'iil at the Paris- Exposition in 1S7S for making, the  Best shoes. Boots' made to  order;- Repairing neatly  executed.  COPPEB  STREET, GREENWOOD  BANK 'OF "BRITISH NORTHS AMERICA-  '    PAiD UP'pAp'rf Aiky $4'-,666,667  ^E3 .H'RVH FUND ;_���������   $2, f4 I ,'333   '" ���������' ;'  {. .       . .--     --        ���������    -  ,    i.,. . i  Ti'iin'sitcrs ai general' baivki'ng bustnoss. .'��������� IiVferestf- <  . allowed on Suviiigs ACcouftits, froi������' ���������  ,-���������      '��������� r ���������   one-dollar upwards a-t'  c'nrrent rates-.  COPPER-377  *���������  -���������   GREE,\W0,O'DV B", C,  +-H  I  4i  :3 p'Ai'O up  ������      '     -BANK   OF   MONTREAL  CSrABLISH-D   1817;-  cAPi tal,"$lit'.^o'o.-oo'o.-      :rest, $ 1 OfOa'O'.OO'O  U'n   IVID20 P .^OFITs, '$8'oV,a'S'5.4;1  .   ..   G'ciiei'tl nanki sT Kttahieu-Tranaiiuiatl.    I)ralt3 i',Huoit' 011 nil"points,' .-mit Colles  i'M  ' ��������� lions imtfle nt Ion-cat'rubi-ii. ,  ijl|   SAVING .vSAiM     CEPART v.SNT-y.  W. F. -'ROCTOFr;-  Pijj. I itere.-iTallo-vedatCurrentrat-s   /'/ianagsfi greenwood Bba ^ch  't$r-Ff,+^f#-r-f.f*+r-H-i7-fi-ti+:  *+;  Sis  ST  K.I  NELSON/ B. C-  .   ���������    f WHOLESALE-  dealers in,.   -  Produce-   a-nd-  Provisions  Kootenay Engineering'.Works ���������  NEbSON.'B   G.  :Fouiul(Mlri,- Machinfsts and  \t\n\   Workers.    j\faki*r.s" of the Crawford  Aerial- Tnim.-   Castings,- JBuilders"   Miitorials.^Mill'  and ftiinitig Ma6'lifi7i-ry  p. a box 48$. b. c. tr'aVis; Manager".-  "rambirook Motel"  t& do'nfement to all depor>. telegVap'ii tifficos and  ^.bank'.^ in th- city.   S^ec'ial attention paid to tourists^-  ^ Com'meF'cial and otherwise.' The cuisine is exc'ellent,*  ami ;ill  ^ue-srjii' retfeive' c'onrte'ous attention.    Toiic'h  the \\vire when vou want rooms reserved  MI0HT0N  CRANBROOK5, Bl Q.  i Has the largest stock of Pipes,- Tofeccoss  Cigars and Smokers' Sundries in the interior of B. C. Mail orders receive  prompt attention. - '  i  ���������XIOLSON. \>.- C-  MOCGAkfyi &* R'OL-LfN^, Prorplir3������tcn'5i-  %  0  t  ��������� S^, 'VQ/^^V^.'%^&^^^^. 9 Va^yiV^S. /^,^^'^^t^'9^i/^^/a^,^W  Mountaineer" and Ivootc-'  nay Standard Cigars.  Made l>\  % 0. Ztelln ������ go., Mm  Waterproof Pa hits. JJj  Coal Ti'.r,- Piicli,]  Cretisotc, Oils for  I're.-u.'rviiig 'limber,-  UtHi.'iiip,- I'ifrh  And  I'aint.s.  Nelson Coke aud Gas Co. Ltd.  One of the best- ap'-  poi n ted worlangineuf*  Hotels in the' City.  The Finest of bars; stocked  with the best  Wines,  Liquors and  Cigars,-  i ightcd throughout with  electricity. Hot a'nd cold  baths:  RATES i  Hoard and room! $1 per da\  Mgs^sm'a^^  &  .-*-  SELL   p:  EUaKITU.SE  ���������BI.PL0H AS  Strictly first-class Service  am amtvwtMOT nRmuinra  Will) tlio exf(.'j)tit)ii of Tliu tjtidgi!  all tlie p.'incr.s in Boundary distrii.-l.  have t-ornmiWidcd tlio ui-tion of lliu  tlirectoi'H of felio Providence Mining' BoriotiB problem��������� that is tjoiifroiitiny  ^���������ntf at./irdl. thought tlnst tin; money I company in inci-caaing tho cjipital-' tho    (ilcctrioul     Hiipply    Iioukcs  year?    TIii'h   Jh   no joke!     Jts a  I Fine Tailoring 1  A St:lcct Stock of Worsteds  Cheviots and IVecds.-  a i ���������������������������:������������������ \ Mm 'b  ���������TAILOR  |j Coi'J'Kii Stiikkt, Oni;i5XAyooj)  SHED ROOM  Hy day or w6ok ; S2 ti week  rtrid tip, at ������hc Commercial  hotel, Copper street, Greenwood,    iiiith ^in connection.  P. POUPARD  pLSON, B.  i *  ^���������3������t20S^*oo������������������������<c������������������OQ2cs3Sffloe������oe3e������^eos������^so!3-a3<yi>ao������������������j  Tte Slrathcona  e>o Hotel ������-  mi Mii.loy  ; DENTIST  G7 HAOTINGS EAST  VANCOUVER  Is situated oh a slight eminence, just u, block from' the busy  scenca on Baker 8tree6,' and is within ea������y touch of everything in l!he city.   From its lutldonies can bo seen nearly  aU the-grand scenery that surrounds tire.bountiful    - -  city of Nelson.    Few hotels in the grcatwest  equal the Sbrathcona, ��������� and touristsJfrow-  every land will Unci within its portals  a)} the esscntials'thut create pleas*  rtnfc nieniories within tho  m'ind of tliteD" who"  travel;  B. TOHKINS, namget  KELSON, BRITJSII COLUMBIA.  ������ V-  TfTC GREENWOOD LEDGE.  ������WW-*w  ^Oreenwood^I]. O.^Fcb'.' 7,i,J?07:' /���������;;;:  ,"iAJ- , .  ������<^������^������e������TO������7.3,tfO.'fr'?#.&������30������^  r  <���������  .<.   'tl j,  ���������'->  0  - e������  Kiiig'S'i-Liqiier-Scotcii'" Wlifskey |  "V     " ''12 Years Old jj  J. W. Bnrmestcrs White Port. - ���������'��������� g  Jas. Bennessy & Co's 3-Star Brandy.   ;'��������� |  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B,C.': \  and'having mastered the technical  > s  -t        r ������������������      -   t    - * r  part^pfthe business, built a great'  The now and up-to-date Tripple Indeninity  Polioy 'of the Ocean 'Accident and Guarantee;  Oorpbi-atioiij Ltd., the.largest accident' com-  ���������panyinfhe world.   Assets over'87,000,000.  DISTRICT AGENT, GREENWOOD, B. C.     .  '<>  STORY, OF .THE" GUG^ENH-EIMS  . , ��������� ,,   ^���������_ .. ^ . .. ,.  What, are the ,'Gnggeheims?  Thousaiids)' ,of '^Canadians have  learned /the answer to this question  in tlie ,past-few weeks.- .Who are  tho Gviggenheims? ,is a question  not so easily answered-, but since  one of the brothersrhas been elected  a United States- senator- a.id- will  be the youngest-* member of the  senate, the riewsp-iper correspondents 'have been busily- engaged in  delving'jnto the past and collecting  from many sources facts bearing on  this remarkable family. The story  ;o������'the'rise of the Guggclieiins is  one of the most interesting that the  annals 'of ' modern busiiiess contains, and it ha? proved an inspiration for .hundreds of poor, uneducated immigrants who started like  Guggenheim,, and hoped to complete the parallel.  Meyer1 Guggenheim, the father  of" "the vGiiggenheims,'r was born  in a Swiss"'viriagc, and came to  America'when ninetf-en years old.  He  made his way to Philadelphia,  [s under the'management of jGreig  & Morrison.   The rooms are com-  -  fortably furnished, and the bar contains the best brands of wines, liquors  and cigars in the city.  I The Pacific Gafe  in conducted by .Moore '&' McElroy, ,  It is open &iv and night.' The din-  -���������ing room  is-one of the largest in1  the Boundary, and the lunch ct/iiir-  ter is just tlie place to get .a quick  meal.      Copper slreet, Greenwood.  f  Ills.  ir mi  Is .the best furnished hotel in the Motindarv  district. Ic is- heated with steam and  lighted by electricity Excellent sample  rooms. The bar is always abreast of the  times, and meals'are served -in the \ afe"  at any hour, day or night.  Ernest Jo- Cartfen Prop  ������  f j; G. MELVSN Late?L  SANDON, B. C.  Wanufac urinjf  Jeweler  Railroad Standard  Opposito wlnd3or H5to1 '  Mailorders Fr raptly Attended  P   O   BOX 268  TO90seoe^oca������a^������8Qo&isGos^oGQO<^GG)@&s)os������@9t(^os������������ C3r  Is opposite the Grent Northern depot, and is a delightful haven for tho weary traveler. Great veins  of hot water run through' the entire house, and $f  bathrooms are always at the service of those in  search of material cieanliripps. The dining room is  an enemy to dyspepsia while the artistic appointment  of the liquid'refreshment room makes the drinks go  down like eating fruit in" a flower .garden. The  sample rooms are the largest in the mountains and  a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  ' JAS. MARSHAL!*, Prop,  and - began his career a? a street  merchant by peddling shoc-hhick-  ing'on the streets. ' Money making  at this' business wa-Ta tedioiH process, and'Meyer dutennined-that  the niaiHifacturers oS blacking took  most of the profit. Therefore he  set himself to learn how the polish  was mader and 5-00)1 was'a, manufacturer (>of tin? stuff he soid, lie-  raved ;; few d ill,-M������.v'jitid "then  changed his slo.'k in t'v.de, becoming a pcdler of c.-.ihioidt'rie.s.' 'After  a while he ' wid al>le. to sirt lip a  little shop, at:d the ^hop grew, with  the coiintry. until Meyer Guggenheim beciiiie- the largest importer  and dealer in einhioidi-rii-t- in the  United States.. How did he do.it?  Writing of fJu^genlieitn in the  Cliieag i KccouMIi'r.ild, William  E. Ci.rii.- wiyo that he has the  Mid.ts touch." ,  In 1S8&'Meyer Guggenheim was  a man of great wealth, with money  to invest in other enterprises besides that of embroideries, in this  year he was '"'stuck" with a lot of  stock in a Colorado silver mine-  lie soon found out that even if the  mine was valuable he was not  likely to benefit under present  management, so, to protect his investment, he had to buy a controlling interest in tho mine. It was  not .long until lGuggeuheiui had  caught the mining fever, and soon  he sold out his other interests and  invested in a smelter, This- was  the beginning of "the Guggen-  heims, the American-Smelting and  -Refining company, that is one of  the closest corporations in the  world, and that handles nearly all  the silver, copper-and lead of three  continents. It is one of the great-  est of trusts, but allows a few independent companies to exist as a  a matter of policy.  Old   Meyer Guggenheim's greatest capital  when  he   entered   tin*  smelting business was not his cash,  nor his own   tremendous energy,  but his seven  sons,   who were all  men  at that time.    Isaac, the eldest, was  born when his father was  not very  prosperous,   and  began  life  as   errand   boy   in a grocery  storo.      He   became a commercial  traveler,  and   later on got hold of  an oil well in  Canada, whereby he  made a fortune, which he invested  iu  tho  smelting  business with ids  father.      Daniel   Guggenheim,  a  name familiar to holders of Cobalt'  stock    went   to  Switzerland as a  youth,  and managed the embroidery business of his father in Europe  until   it   was   sold  out.    Murray  Guggenheim was a  clerk   in   the  embroidery store, as was Solomon,  who   later   on   built  smelters fit  Pueblo,'Col.,  and Monterey,Mexico.     Benjamin,  the next, son was  the .first to receive a college education,  and i.s 0110of the ablest of  the brothers.     He worked at tho  Denver smelter na a day laborer,  smelter at' Aguas Clilientes,'Mexico. Benjamin is the inventor of a  process-for treating' refractory cop-'  per, ore, which t has added to the  family's, millions.   ,  Simon, ,who has . just been otr  eetcd a senator,; from Colorado, is  39 years ohV, and -received a line  education "in United States and'  Europe. Tie is the'only one in the  family who .has ever taken an-in-,  terest in polities. ��������� Before be- was  30 he had been ' nominated for'  Lieutenant',Governor of tho state/  but'his youth  prevented his clec-'  tion. . He lias refused the nomina-  .        * it  tion for Governor, but has been an  aspirant ,for .the- Senate for some  years. The youngest of the seven  sons-is- William-,- who was put  through thetWme practical train  ing "a^ his elder brothers. lie  built the, smeller at Perth Amboyr  N. J.,'.when 2i years old, after  oiiginal   designs,''and at a cost ol  83,ooq;ooo. ' ���������  It'v has often I'een said that the  real .ruler of ^ the Guggi-nlieims.i-  the mother ,of- the. hoy.--, who met  bar future husband on the emigrant  ship., Mr.-.-Guggenheim waited en  customers in the embioidery .-.tore  for sevetal year?, and had a great  deal to do with its success. In  later life she - was a philanthropist,  and gave away- hundreds of thousands of dollars collected by her  frugal, sons. Tho Guggenheim*,  as a fh-m, have always borne a rep-  utiirion for honorable dealing: al-o  a imputation forgetting what-they  go", af(es\ t" When the'two reputations cla<-h���������~. The'history,of  Cobalt, when it is finally written,  may reveal which of the* two i.s the  fitter -to survive. The present is  not an opportune time to hand  boquets to the Guggeuheims-, but  one can hardly withohi admiration  for tho family that "made good"  in circumstances where lesser men  would have gone to the wall. They  arc a famous family and remind  one of the other noted Jewish family, the Strausses, for every-member of each is^a millionaire many  times over.  Virginia,   wrote, of his-.witnessing  ^ the' execution  of a ducking stool  sentence.   '"    ���������              '  ,-Day before yesterday attwo.ol  ye- clock,   I  saw,, this punishment  given- to-^oue , Betsy "Walker,''who.  by ye violence of her tongue made  lier house and   her < neighborhood  -uncomfortable.     They had  a machine  for}"e purpose yl belongs,to  >the.  Parish.     "It'-has already been  'used three times this sunfmer. 'Ye  woman was allowed to go under'ye  ���������water for, ye- space    of" oiie:half  minute.''    Betsy had a stout stoni-  ,'ach  and would not yield'-until she  Jiad been  under five times.    Then  'she cried  piteously.     Then, they  drew back ye maciiine, untied ya  ropes   and   let   her walk home, a  hopefully penitent woman.  ��������� / It seems strange to read that al-  most\withit> the memory of-person0  still'living, Mrs.   Annie Boyal was  'sentenced'iu Washingtm,   D. C.r  to be diiuked\for writing vi-tupera-  live book������.   .   She ;teirbrized( tlie  town   by   editing  a   '-Priul Pry"  paper.    Even John Q,uincy Adams  pronounced   her a virago, and she  was arraigned as a common seold.  Mrs.'   lloyal   was"seuteuced  to be  'ducked  in  the  Potomac,  but was  afterwards released  on   paying a  fine.     . -   For nice comfortable rooms, best  uriiinhed in the city, try the Clarendon hotel-    Rates reasonable.  B. A. 15A\C  ENGINEERS' A'f^Dv; CONTRACTORS^  ,    FOUNDERS AND  MACHINISTS.  Repairing and Jobbing.executed'' with Despatch.  '*t yS.f~       t  ' Sl' 'i?"  '���������> f-f\f  Ph'one 50  i'HZL&OftrBvC'-.i' *W.,T#ip. Boi';i7*;.  E. W. WIDDOWSON  Pr.'OVTNCIAI/ A3SAYER and  if  METALLURGICAL CHEMIST.  Gold Silver Copper or Lead, eacn-. .$1 00  Gold-Silver $1 50   Silver .Lead. .fi.5������  Zinc. .$2.00    Gold Silver with copper or  lend..$2.5a      ' "'....  Prompt attention   given   to "all samples  25 per cent, discount upon five samples  E8AK12K1ST , NELSON.  P, 0. Drawer, rroS. _ Phone, A67  -''^  ^ >   1 if  Still'retairis'ita'supremacy as the   oest hotel in the Kobtenaya.-^  ' Ostermoor Mattresses   '���������,   -  - ���������   -^  'Clean.linen* and Good Cooking .-'���������   - |^t;  ��������� , Excellent hunting in season.    Good trout fishing in the Efk^  river and neighboring, streams.    Address all c'ommunrcatioBs to^''  IThomas Crahan^- I\Ianager, Michel,^.' U;*%  ;  sras*<e}<!8s#i������2^eM������wsgs^^  S������ii������m3*WIS**W^W*S5ftSJ*iA-S'������?'^  ITI  COPPER ST. GREENWOOD  None but the best brand's  *' 'of  liquors  'and'cigars.  ���������    Slorning    bracers   and  and evening hyballs al-  .   ways within easy roach  of the 'barkeep'."  0. A-/DEMPSEY prop.  Develop' your sweet taste'by^  using'  Old Tima Funislimcnts  To- punish a child in such a way  that it will see the direct connection between the correction and the  fault is one of the precepts of modern education. The judge of the  eighteenth century was not worried  by such physichoh-gical theories,buf,  his decisions often had the grim  humor o������ fitness. What could be  belter for the scold than a cooling  plunge, or for the wifcheater than  a few hshes on' his own btck?.  Alice Moi-hO Eirle instances in a  book on "Punishments of Bygone  Days," some of these picturesque  but often cruel sentences of the  Colonial couit.  A number of tender-handed Eng-  ANACONDA   '  Is just a few minutes' walk from  the center of Greenwood, and a  convenient place to drop io at the  end of a walk. Convenient to the  smelter,and provides- the pub-lie  with  EDS'  OARD AND  EVERAGES-  .���������������     U. .   B7EUailllUUBV  GRAND FORKS-  Jeweler and Optician, dealer in  Fine Watches, High-Glass Jewelry,  Diamonds, etc. _,  F. p."MEBSCHEf?  MERCHANT TAILOR  Silverton, B. C,  -**-v  v - -^f-t 1 ^ V���������rt  ' Moiitgoniery's:-  (Confections,,, .IIigl"T Class'  Chocolates, Fruit '-Tablets.'  Nougats, ev������*.K.,-,.-'    ", t\  Tlie' MONTGOMERY/CO;  HELSOH, B. C.vl ������������������" -  IB  F. rVT. LAi  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  GREENWOOD, B. C.  mi  Tlie  ������������a  Good accommodation and  reasonable rates. One of the  besf supplied bars in the city.  Dinins:    room    and    lunch  The. Kootenay Saloon  Ssndon,. B. C, has a line,or nerve  bracers unsurpassed i������ any tiioiio-  tain town of the Great West. A  gla's of aqiiafpuTa. given free with  spi^its inenti-"  f&'em ma t?ke t'HptSl  . '.   -j Is the hoitt^for nil tourists.- va.  ^aadniillionaircsvisitiiigJsew,;,  ��������� -  Denver.   British J Columbfa,. ;M  HENRY   STEGE.'-PEOPRt  J. E". Cameron;  Leading Tailor of the  Kootenays*.   "    '  Sandon,  .0.  COI'PJ-R ST , GUEKXWOOD.  lish gallant-joined a pioneer e.vpe- COUlltcr 111 Connection,  ditioir  to   Virginia.    The weather!    was   cold   and   the    work   hard. | SatCl"   &   JollDS,   Proprietors  When  these   solt-museletl   young1  men were set   at   chopping  trees  their  hands  were  sorely Mistered  hy the axe helves.    With the cries  of   pain   many oaths were heard.  The president of the company soon  NELSON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY  , Nelson, 13 C.  Minos,    Mills,   Hotels,  etc.,  furnished with help.  J.'H: LOVE/naxager _  ���������!��������� ���������<������������������Miami in in wim ��������� ii 111 ��������� in wim !��������� win 111 mphwi  Blue Prize; Henry Vane,  . Columbus and Havana Ark!  KASLO  H'QTEL  ' KASLO B.-C.   '  Is a comfortable home for "all-  who travel to that city. *.  1     COCKLE &,J������AEVOB.f ET.  Nelson. B. C, is run on, the  the American and European  plan. Nothing ycltow about  the house except the gold in ''  I'-c safe. *        ���������'    ���������  MeJoi?c   |&   Tpcgilfas  CIGARS .  r-re Union Made Cigars, made by W. P.  Kilbourtif& Co., Winnipeg and sold on  the road by GliOItGE JIORTON.  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS "OF-THE  ���������     WORLD *   -i      ���������  G.nEER'A'OOD LOCAL NO.. 31 1 T.  Meets first and third Wednesdays of every  month in Kag!e������i Hall nt������S p. m.  Visiting-  members cordially invited to atteud.  J'sANic Si*i:AKiN&,.Fi������t. see'y,  Kdgi.ii \V. Dvkks, President.  NOT1GT.  ���������yoTiCR h lioroliv k\\-v\ that (lie Ch.mrtli.ui  -. I'ikiHc HhIImhv Coniti'iti an h'-'i-e-of tlie  l iilu-nliln ii- il WtMti-rn Uiillw.iy Iiik thUtlnjr  lilu-t in tlm l)mtrii-t I.mid Hivi-ti-v Office ������t  Kit   loop" n pli'i. prc>lil-, nnd IiikiIi ii? nfi-rurici-  ptlC <l Stdj) HI III 1.1   MUMI Dig U%\  01(1-   t|���������, Wu.t Knolcnay 1'ohiT imtl l.luliN <mi|i-in.vV  'Uh-4'ntloii ni'-ir tin: (JItv nf Cictow mit in tint  [irovlnco of   lltitl'h   ('(ilumlu'.i. nn*f lli������t four  ering  a   can   of cold water to be  poured   down   the  guilty   one   at   every   oath he ut-  terod.  Deceitful bakers and < arekM.i lish  dealers had to lose their ears,  while he who s;> ike detracting  words bad hia tongue bored by a  bodkin.  A Frenchman* traveling in America in 1700, des-oril'ing the .ducking  stool as a pfeawiiit mode, of puiiiHh-  ing a Hcohlitig woman.    He says:  Of iinmihciHyc tongue is worst or'  besto..    An yll tongue  oft  doth  ,1������������������,..,   .,f   .I,.   h-piiUm lifter  Mui(Intr the "iilil C'liudlmi I'.-ii-llli-  ������JrO\e -Ol   CIIC   \{g,i\  way  Uorii|),iny   liiti-iuN   in  t|ipl/   to  tlio  lloiinl of ltdlway <Jo mnljnl������iicii fur C'linniln  under "i-ottoii n.lof tic Knlliv.u- Ao! forunthur-  It) to rmi'-tinot ilie -<ild tii-ancli.  J'iitud tMs 10th iJiiy of .Tuitti irv, VM7.  , It. VIAKI'QI.i:  l'9 "3 Genet-il Sit, erlntcndent.  wnrxwjcmuo:  niiN'i-:it.ii. act  Csrtifica'.c of Improvements  I Ikiviidiiih-'iccr  Minervl Claim, xl'mtc l<i tli ���������  tireviiv/oiii)  Mlnlnsr IHvUlo-n of V'lilu Dbt.  rift.     WliiMO louUfl 1:���������On  'Myt-r*    <'rei-!i  itliiiiii  hair it iuIJj fiunv (N (nlci-imlloiiii)  II .niidmy lino. .    ,      .    -  'PAKB initlco that r. .r..lnrChtfli-P Ko-t. Fivo  1  .MIimji'k   (.VrtilU-u c   No.    It  UUI,   Jnti-nd.  Hlxtv d/ij'ri from lln> dute linrenf. to npjily  lo the  .MlnliHf Kcc irilar font Oitliteiun of Itiiprovii  inonth. /cr ihn piirpo'P of 'oMuliiliig w Crown  . i   ���������    ��������� ���������      . .i i     , .      I Clrniit of the iiliovuclrthn.  brcede unro.sto worthe a du.kingi   Anf, fllrtwr f,ll!<(, wth.��������� ���������M| nn(Io���������. wniIor  nt-nnl     ���������*"'"''.'. j iwt.Inn   !)7    liui-t   he  foninieiK'iif he fore, the  O"'"'* I iiniiniiL-oof������U'i!i (;i<r'Illc:it.i'or linpi-ovimii.-iit  Tn    wi'fi    ninm.ii! ��������� rr.ii.n.if   ������r    l"11"1' t,lls i-il. tiny of .rnnii..i>-. a i>��������� iikit.  Ihc Hotel Siocan  Thrse Forks, T>. C., is the leading  hotel of the city. Mountain trout  and g.une ditmer.s a specially.  Kootlis reserved by telegraph,  '   Hugh Hivbn. Prop.  vmress' -auspjwyjKT.Bumj jwnww  Choice  Pruit  LANDS  For Sale at #10, ������12 arul.$J&  Per Acre.  R. J. STEEL  .NELSON. B.C.,  HE MAIL STAGE  M. Gillis, Prop. ''-'  GSEENWO0DT0   , .!*  FERRY, WASH.  Leaves   Greenwood   at    6:.30''  a. m. each day.    Returning,  leaves   Ferry   on   arrival  of  Great Northern tr������in. Offiieeat  ROSSLAND   HOTEL  Copper Street     - ���������';  .-&Mrt*4KMC.X3WfllV������TKSl  Pacific Coast Growii  Heeds', Fruit and OniatHeiit'al-  Trec.������.     Greenhouse' .and  Hardy   PUuty.   -Hue   fiui)-  plies.     Fcrlilizeiv, > Imple-  mcntH,   Catalogue Free.' -  m. j; henry,, ���������;���������; ;,i /  ��������� VANCOUVER, B. GV   /.  '.  Oflicc, ',m0 Wcstmiuster Koatl  rmAtiMydrkm  MP  (S'r ��������� '      -  -'A;-  i-^'ic  .'/'  -H  '���������lit  'A  ���������i  "5  /:  ������������������'fail  1      i?      '   * *'!. ."      .   <'K  ('������������������  'in,  u  Greenwood, B. ���������., -Feb. -7, 1907.  .THE ^GREENWOOD .LEDGE.  IT IS TO  to look at our Clothing, Suits, Overcoats  and Odd Pants at 25 per cent. Discount.  Owing to late shipments wo are overstocked on Fancy Shirts and are selling  same at 25 off". These are two lines  worthy of your consideration.  RUSSELL=LAW=GAULFIELD GO.  XjIMITEJJD.  Groceries, Hardware, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.  ��������� Mi   tiBMLi.  Indians Driven Back  An arrangement hag been  cached between the Dominion Department of the Interior and a  ;band of Chippewa Indians regarding their reserve, which lies be-  .tween the town of North Bay and  .Sturgeon Falls. The territory  .will be opened for settlement on  the payment of SI00 to each man,  .woman and child of the band.  Negotiations for the arrangement  .jirerc carried oil by the Boards of  'Trade of the two towns. The  ���������jfcotal area of the reserve, which will  [be opened for settlement, is over  ,90,000 acres all of which is good  .agricultural land and is covered  mostly with good hardwood timber. Those chiefly interested in  .patting through the deal were Sir.  ^W. A. Cockburn, Indian agent at  .Sturgeon Fall?, and Jno. Ferguson,  ,of North Bay.  ���������"[Thousands of men work all their  -lives at securing the banks of the  .great Yellow river, in China. Yet  revery now and then the tide sweeps  .away all opposition, and the loss  an human * life is greater than any  .war ever caused. Nineteen years  .ago the river burst its bonds. Day  After day the torrent flowed, twenty  ,miles to tho hour, thirty miles  .wide and ten feet deep. The flood  ,has been described as that of five  panubes pouring from a height for  .tw.o -months on end. For two  .thousand years the Chinese have  'jbeen embanking this river.  Some years ago, on a line of railroads passing through Lowell that  ,was largely engaged in transporting coal, there lived an Irishman  yarned Thomas Eafferty, whose  .yards backed up to the tracks.  Finding winter coming on, and be.  jng very shortpf money, bethought  ,of a scheme by which ho could get  yuis coal for nothing.  Ife was the owner of a pet  Tngnkey, which he tied to the top  pi a post in the back yard, and the  jbrakemen while passing on their  /laily trips amused themselves by  irying to hit the poor animal witli  Jumps of coal.  At the beginning of tlie cold  .weather tlie situation was described by Rafferty in the following  .words: I've got two ton o' coal  in mo back yard, be jabbers and  /liyil a one has hit the monkey yit.  JJujb jthe monkey had a nervous  and careworn expression  When p. T. Barnum was at the  Jiead of his great moral show it  .was his rule to send complimentary  pickets to clergymen and jthe custom is continued to this,day. Not-  long, ago, after the Iley. Dr.  Walker succeeded to the pastorate  ,of the Ecv. Dr. Ilawks in If art-  ford, there came to the parsonage  Addressed to Dr. nawkes, tickets  for the circus with the compli-  jncntfl of' tho show man. Dr.  Walher remarked:  Dr. Hawkes is dead, and Mr,  JJaruum Jo dead; eyidently they  /layen'jfc niet.-���������Life.  Wjhat was the cause of the rum-  t>uu? asked the judge,  Well, you see, judge, replied the  policeman, this man here and that  woman there are married ���������  Yes, "yes, I know. But what  other cause ?���������Cleveland Press.  The Magdala is one of the cigars  that is making Nelson famous.  You said the other day that tho  way to reach a man was to tickle  his.stomach, remarked the grouchy  boarder, as be shoved the breakfast food into his face. '   ,  I believe I did say something  like that, confessed the landlady.  And I suppose that's why you  feed us this straw.  Dr. Drow'ser's sermon last-Sun-  day morning was on the deluge.  Good.sermon?        ^ ,. ,    ... ,.  No. Very dry, considering.the  subject.' '"**  Guyer���������My wife made a brilliant  remark last night.  Myer���������What was it?  Guyer���������She told me to light the  gas.    Seven thousand Royal Seal cigars are being smoked during the  campaign.    Made in Nelson.  ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE  The Kootenay Belle is not  smoked in the cent belt. That  pleasure is reserved for those who  dwell in the great west.  Miss Elderleigh���������Smokeless powder is a wonderful invention, isn't  it?  Mr. Hammersleigh���������Yes, indeed ! It reveals the horrors of  war, but���������er���������  Miss Elderleigh���������But what ?  Mr. Blauimersleigh���������It doesn't  seem to be effective in concealing  the ravages of time. Philadelphia  Inquirer.^   Johnny, what made you tell the  minister at dinner today that you  had  found a dead fly in the jam ?  That's why I tole 'iin.  In the Supreme Court of British Columbia, in the Matter of the  Estate of Roger O'Hara, i.ate  of Westbridge, British Columbia. Deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given that ou the  28th day of January, 1907, it was ordered  by Mr. Justice Morrison that A. C Sutton, Official Administrator for the Grand  Forks and Greenwood Electoral Districts,  be administrator of the estate of Roger  O'Hara, deceased, intestate.  Every person indebted to the deceased  is required to make payment forthwith to  to the undersigned. Every person having in possession effects belonging to deceased is required forthwith to deliver  same over to nndersigned.  Every creditor or other person having  any claim upon or interest in the distribution of the estate of deceased is required, before the 15th day of March,  1907, to send hy registered letter addressed to the undersigned, his name and  address and full particulars of his claim  or interest, and a statement of his account, verified by statutory declaration,  aud the nature of the security (if any)  held by him.  After the 15th day of March, 1907, the  administrator will proceed with the distribution of the estate, having regard to  those claims only of which he shall then  have-had notice.  Dated at Grand Forks, B. C, the 7th  February, 1907.  A. C SUTTON,  Official Administrator,  Grand Forks, B. C.  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 cash-  iu after the flush days of  Sandon ; how it rained in  New Denver long after  Noah was dead; how a  parson . took a drink at  ' BearXake in early days;  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo in '93; how the  saloon man outprayed the^  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically depicts the  roamings of a western editor "amongst the tender-  feet in the cent belt. It  contains the early history  of Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In it are printed three *"  western poems, and dozens of article too num-  ��������� * erous to mention. Send '  for one before it is too  late. The price is twenty-  five cents, postpaid to any  part of the world. Address all letters to  R. T. Lowery  NELSON. B. C.  ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.  In the Supremo Court of rirltlsh Columbia. In the matter of the estate of  15on,|amlii Perkins, late of Kivernldc  Aline, British Columbia; deceased:  NOTICE Is hu-oby fjlven that on the 30th day  of.Jaiiliary.'ISlUG, It was ordered by Mr Justice  Morrisuti that A. C Sutton, Offlc-lttl administrator for the Grand'Forks and Greonwood Electoral District?, he administrator of the estate of  Booj.imin Perkins, deceasod, iutcatate.  EVEftY PERSON indebted to the said estate  is required to make p.rrment forthwith to the  undersigned and every person having :n possesion effects belonging to decoased Is required  to notify tho undersigned forthwith. Every  creditor or other person having any nl.-iim upon  or intcrost in tho distribution of said estate is  required before the 15th day of March, 1997. to  Beud by registered letter addressed to the under-  signed,hi9 mime and address and full particulars  of his claim or interest an I .a statement of his  account,vcriliedby statutory declaration and the  nature .of the security 01 any) held by him  Af er the said 15th day of March. 1907, the  administrator will prucecd with the distribntion  of the ������'tate. having regard to those claims only  of which Ire shall then have notice.  Hated at Grand Forke, B. C, 7th Februnry.  1907. A. C- SUTTON,  Official Administrator,  31 Grand Forks, B. G.  ^nmims���������M������M3miaifi������^  TENTH  ���������ANNUAL  Winter Carnival  FIVE DAYS���������  Feb. 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16  5 Gaa'nd Trophies, and $2,000 in prize's.    Two bands  ' -'   ' in attendance,  HOCKEY; SNOWSHOEING,  ���������TOBOGGANING. SKI-ING,  SKATJNG RACES, CURLING  Horse Racing, Masquerading, Tug of War, Ktc.  Reduced Railway Rates.      For further particulars apply to  J. S. C. FUASER, President- E. ADAMS. Secretary.  GOP SAVE THE KIKd.  P. BURNS & GO.  POOR MOTHERLESS GIRL  THE ELDEST OF A FAMILY OF SIX  A Touchirjg' Story as Told in, a Letter  to The Toronto Globe.  0  Dealers in  ppesh and Salt fJlea^s, pish and Poultry  Shops in nearly all the towns of Boundary and  the Kootenay.  To tho Editor of The Globe: Sir,���������I  ask for space in your columns to quote  friun a letter received at this office  Fur obvious reiisons I do not tfive th&  name. Tlie letter reads :���������" i have a  sa'l case lo present to you. Twelve  years ii!������o tv mother died, leaving' six  sin.ill children, the eldest eight years  old and the youngest an infant. My  ttiotiii-r took the eldest and kept Iter  until my mother's death. Then the  young girl went clerking, on small  w.-ijje.s. I/f-t year she contracted a  cold of which she h;ut never been free,  and she has bjuii unable to work since  last January. She is just nineteen  years old. " Kindly tell me how to  proceed to get her into the Muskoka  Free Hospital fur Consumptives."  Tho sad p ii-tuf it is this letter i.s only  one of iii-iny���������alike pathetic and appealing���������that are being received daily  by llits writer.  Fifty-live patients are in residence  In the Mu-iko!<a Kick Hospital to-day.  Seven hundred and tliirtv-eight have  been cared for since tin* hospital was  opened in April. 1002.  In pinco of fifty we could earn for  ono hundred if the needed money for  maintenance was at the disposal of tho  trustees. ,  Perhaps some of your readers have  seen tlie following earnest statement  in Dr. Lawrence F. Flick's valuable  book, "Consumption, a Preventable  and Curable Disease"j���������"Could tho  coiifHiniptivcs of any given community  bo seen at ono time'or pass in panorama, before tho peonlo public consciousness of tho miignituiloof tho affliction might bo'aroused. A physical  disaster shocks tho world and lets loose  tho sympathy of millions. A few  thousand deaths are nothing ns com  pared with tho doaths from consumption."  Tlio appeal of tho trustees of the Na  tional Hanitarltini Assoeialion is on  behalf of the consumptives of I hit Do-  Diinlon, 500 of whom die in Toronto  innually, 8,000 in Ontario, 8,000 iu the  Dominion. '    l  This poor, motherless girl Is ono of  tlm ninny sufferers of to-day.  Thanking you In Anticipation for In-  lerlion of letter, bcliove mo, very truly  yours, J. S.rtobei'tflon, Secretary National .Sanitarium Association, '  23 Adelaide fltrcet west, Toronto.  Contributions may bo Bent to Sir  Win. It. Meredith, lit., Osgoode Hall,  Toronto, or to W. J. Gage, Eaq., 6J  Front fltroot west, Toronto,  Premier  Is not..'iaV;new."'flour���������.on the  market.   It has been in use  for years.   Ask for a.sack in  your next order  Guaranteed by the   -  Alexander  ;  Milling Co'y  BRANDON,'.MAN. .  OR  SALE.  Laying hens and,'pullets.  Thoroughbred White Wiandottes  and White Leghorns. Apply to  L. B. HODGE,  E-imberley Avenue.  The Reception Hotel  -    In Camborne gives all its patrons  the purest food, drink and ^cigars.  James Lindsley' Prop.  Pioneer  J4ptel...  Gueenfcuood, B. C  The oldest hotel in the  City, and stilll under the  same management. Roorns  comfortable, meals equal to  any in the city, and the bar  supplies only the best. Corner of Greenwood and Government streets.  J, W. flelson  INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE  WORLD  GREENWOOD LOCAL NO. 31 1  Meets first and third Wednesdays of every  month in Eagles Hall at8 p. m.   Visiting  members cordially invited to atteud.  Frank Spearing, Fin. sec'y", .  Edgar W. Dynes, President.  FRANK   FLETCHER  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  NELSON. B. C.  EXCURSION-  RATES  ROSSLAND  WINTER CARNIVAL  FARE AND ONE-THIRD  FOR THE ROUND TRIP  From Revelstoke, Pernio and all'  tiritermediate and branch  line points.  ON SALE. LIMIT  February ii to 16.,   ^February i8  For detailed information, apply to  local agents.  IS. J, COVL.K, A, (i. V. A.  p7anoouTiir;  J. 0. OAHTKJU, V. P. A.,  Nell on.  (ommences -Monday,'1.1th.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.  ..V  it  LIMITED.  THE BIG STORE  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID DP CAPITAL, 810,000,000. BKSEHVE FOND, 85,000,000.  B. E, WALKER,-Gen! Manager,   ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen. Man.  Branches Throughout Canada, and in the United States  and England.  A General Banking Business Transacted.    Accounts may be opened by  mail withal] branches of this Bank.   '  Savings Bank. Department.    r  Deposits of SI and upwards received, and interest allowed at current  rates. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit. ,  J. T. BEATTIE ' Acting Manager Greenwood Branch.  o>  BEALEV INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO. LTD  Geo. R.Naden-, Manager.    .,-       .       .  Farm lands, timber limits, mineral claims, mining stocks  and shares. City real estate bought, sold and exchanged.  Call and see our list.  aREBN"WOOD,   B.   O.  /  The richest, newest and best line  of furniture that ever hit the city.  THE GHEAPEST FOR THE MONEY.  ���������      A. L WHITE & GO.  PHONF    16  SUBSCRIBE NOW.  mm  larirt  Supplies electricity for Power, Light, Heating  and Ventilation. Power Furnished to mines  for hoisting and air-compressor plants, with a  guarantee that the service will be continuous.  Get our rates before completing your estimates  r,tiptm'ft������������<������ -

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