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 ,  I   ���������',_   I '  V  v      (JC^^^^y\AA^<^^  ';';'^^^'';':-'^V^  Vol.   'XV.-  GREENVVOOD, B. C, THURSDA ^ DECEMBER 3J,  1908.  No. 25  msmmmmz  j.  AVo sue.overhtnikcd in '.overal Unci niifl to reduce our stock we are  sellinjy-at' greatly reduced prices, commencing Decernlier loth and  Ciiiitiimiii-J! until Cliristnuis FOtJ CASH ONLY:        ,      '  SUITS-   "    :        '���������'     ,?10 sails for,..." -..$7 50  S20 00 .suits for....!...:.... $15 00* .' T1ATS *.      '  f 18.00 hints for '... 13 50   - %"���������> SO hats, Stetson, lor..' &1 50  J16 00 suits for ".  12 00      Sl.00 hats, Stetson, lor....'..: .3 50  SI5 00 suit's for.'  11 25    " S3 00 lints for.'  2 25  81*2.50 suite For     9 00-     $?.00 lints For  1 fiO  A full line of Fancy Proes Shirts reduced Irom ������-2.00 and $1.50 to J 1.50  and S-1.00. ' '"'  A special liuoof. Iicfivy under wear, Regular ������3.0(>, now $1 25- Suits  all sizes from ,'U to'1(V ; - ' ���������-.,  Any Sweater,in the House tit 25 per cent. Discount.  Miners' nailed bIi'.os, $"> and $"���������> 50 lines for $\; $1 for $1. -.  We liavi) tlie lament (Hock of Croi'kery in flic. Boundary District, and  will give you u uliauce to.������-<'l il cheap. ' '  All our 97-picci! Dinner Sets, regular j-Ufi 00, now $Li).5U. A nice. blue,  design, (.'old traced pattern, 109 pieces, reinilur j>2U.00, now ������15 00. A  new line white, <*nld traced pattern.-10f! pieces, regular $'20,' now *fl5.  A'lino of Cliina which we. will sell at bin reduction. Also a beautiful  'lino cf Carvers for Christmas Turkey.  All Goods Mark'ed in Plain Figures..   -<  Russell-Law-Caiilfleld "6o., uu.  Hardware, Groceries, Clothing and-Gents' Furnishings.  gsB^ggg^B-?,':,:,;: ," :        :' -   ' ' . :".. .'esgsagagsi  EHOLT, B. C.  The leading hotel of the city and  headquarters for those engaged in  mining, railroading or commercial  pursuits.  W.   S.. TORNEY,   PROPRIETOR.  C. S. BAKER  ' Provincial Assayer and Oro  Shippers' Agent.    Correa-  . pondence solicited, Samples  reeefve prompt atteution.  P.   O. BOX   183.   GKMKNWOOU,   H.   O.  ��������� ������������������  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Made by  3."& Oeli������ ������ go.. Kelson  IB  The Store of Quality.  3 ra-m-ri*^^  A.HAPPY  Tlie Kootenay Saloon  Santlon, B. C., has a line or nerve  bracers unsurpassed in any mouo-  tain town oi. the Great West... A  glass of aqua pnra given free witli  spirits uienti.  R.  otel   Alexander  PHOENIX,   B.   C.  Is a comfortable home for  the miner and traveler.  , Good meals and pleasant  rooms. Pure liquors and  fragrant cigars in the bar.  V.  CHISHOLM, Proprietor.  ���������������������  Leading Tailor of the  Kootenays.  . Kaslo, B. C.  BARCLAY ���������&   CO.    -  Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes. Millinery  GREENWOOD  R.A.BROWA  FERRY, WASH.  GeneralMerchant  Dry Goods,  Groceries,  Boots and Shoes,  Stationery,  Hardware,  Tobacco,  Dealer in  Contractor for Ties, Poles and Fence-Posts.  Heavy- Teaming and Dray ing  Phone 85.  Oats and Northwest  Wheat.  Cigars, Etc.  Seed  Winter  John Xiinklaler returned to  Phoenix from the coast 'last week.  Vr  Miss Jessie McKenzie. spent  Christmas with friends in Nelson.  i  Dan Inglis and George Flambly  of Beaverdell spent Christmas in  Greenwood.  The merchants-all report a much  better business this Christmas than  a .year ago.  Gus Biner has returned to Phoenix after spending several months  in Montana.  Aft Strawberry mountain Jim  Ritchie realized $1,900' from his  auction sale.  A chinook blew throiifib Greenwood upon Sunday and changed  winter into spring. *  James Goodyear of , Bridesvilie  hay gone hack to New Brunswick  lo get married.  Saw ing, will soon begin ac Porter  Bros' sawmill near Sidley, when  about a hundred men'will be employed in the camp.  S. Moore B. A., has accented the  appointment of teacher at Nakuf-p.  Mr. and Mir. Moore left Saturday  for their new home.  P. F. Poussa has returned from  New York, and states that the  smelter n't Boundary Falls will  again be in operation within two  months.  "Tt is said that ten extra men  will ho put to work on the Bounty,  near Beaverdell,-next, month. The  mine is looking well and larger  shipments than ever _w*ll be made  from it this winter.  Howard Moore retires from the  restaurant business tomorrow and  the Windsor will in future be under the management of Mrs. Mc-  Clung. The restaurant will be  open day and night and always up  to date.  On Christmas a Swede from  Phoenix got attached to a cutter in  front'of the Ladysmith and the  horses ran away, dragging him  aJpu&-the^roond.for.aj,j!Qiiaor_two^  He was slightly Jbruised. but able to  go up the hill next day.  Thursday lash, at the Pacific  hotel,,Elmore Collier of Beaverdell and Amy Maud Kaines of Midway, were married by the Rev. F.  V. Venables. The young couple  left on Thursday's train for a  month's visit to the coast.  In running the tunnel on the  Bell mine, Wallace mountain, a 6-  inch vein of rich silver-gold ore  was crosscut about a week ago.  The tunnel is being continued to  tap the main lead. Stoping will  be done from the small  vein later.  saw a small canine friend which  he was anxious to meet. The small  dog saw at the same time, and then  the moving, picture show began.  Down Dead wood onto Copper towards the station the chase went,  neither of' the' dogs appearing  anxious to throw the race,' and the  small hoy holding tight. The  small dog took to the old trail  through the brush, and the chase  ended there, for the sled rose in  the air with the boy still attached  and the small dog, came out on  Government street alone, and still  anxious to get somewhere.  Eholt.  The bachelors svill give a dauce  in the town hall upon New Year's  night.  Miss Brown of Greenwood spent  Christmas with Mrs. G. A. Rendell.  The Northern hotel had an excellent turkey dinner upon Christmas.  Mr. and Mr.-:. Clark spent Christmas in Vancouver.  W. S. Torney gave a fine dinner  on Christinas, closing the festivities with a merry dance.  Under the auspices of the debating society a Christmas free entertainment will he. givpn in Denoro upon New Year's Eve.  directors of the company and held  a secret, even from their shareholders, and a second' report, referring only to gas, was made public. The company in the meantime has 'secured leases covering  all minerals, which will include  gas aud oil, over about 15,000  acres. The information as to the  real conditions has only leaked ont  through the company above referred to having just let a contract to a Pennsylvania firm of-oil  well drillers to. sink a number of  wells. They are now placing four  oil well drilling rigs on their leases.  You have a long time to live yet.  Decorate your homes with pictures  from the New Art Store.  " Unequalled for Domestic Use."  laB-eg-aafcB^g-^^^  PHOENiX, L\ C  Is opposite the Great Northern depot and is a delightful  haven for tho weary traveler. Great veins of hot water  run through the entire house, and bathrooms are always at the service of those in search of material  cleanliness. The dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,  while the artistic appointment of the liquid refreshment  makes the drinks go down like eating fruit in a flower  garden, The sample rooms aro the largest in the mountains and a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  T#EJWO#f HOUSE  Nelson. B. C, is run on the  the American and European  plan. Nothing yellow about  the house except the gold in  t>e safe.  MaIoi?e   &   TrregilRis  $<%^/&^&H.^SI$S&&^%, ���������%*&,'&&<  WS?iWl^tM  JAS. MARSHALL  PROPRIETOR  ^j)lsi^w^A!m^^t^fmmmKs^sm^  I   tf���������%        ������������������������������ fl   T P"% K   T 41 tfS W   A      8  \  . Dealers in  pfesh and Salt JWeafcs, pish and Poultry  ���������j���������u*j*Mtimm im^mm**********  Shops in nearly all the towns of Boundary and  % tho Kootenay.  0 _  ANNUAL  EASTERN CANADIAN  Excursions  Low Round Triy Kates to  Ontario,   Quebec and  Maritime Provinces  Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 81,  inclusive,   and good  to  return  within three months.  Tickets issued in -connection with  Atlantic Steamship Business will  be on sale from Nov. 21, arrd  limitod to five months from dace  of'issue.. .'..,.  Finest KquliMiioiit;.   Sriindui'il lli-Nt  cIiixh   .Slipping .(will  Tourist  Ciir-t  |on nil Tliroug-li Trill mm.  2 ^Through   Express  Trains  DAILY.  .'TUB   "TOKONTO EXWIESS''  Lenvec Winnipeg; at 22.10 making connections .nt.Toronto for  nil points east and west thereof,  Apply to nonroflt C. P. I{, Afl-ont  for full .Information.:  J. E. PROCTOR,  Dist. Passenger, Agent,  Calgary, Alia.  Encouraging news in refereuce  to the big tunnel has been received  in Greenwood this week, and there  should be something doing within  a short time. It is a big project  and moves siowly, and Dick Armstrong is desirous of making it a  great success.  There will be a hockey match iu  the skating rink Friday evening  between Grand Forks' and Greenwood, commencing at 7:80. This  is the first of the series between the  three Boundary teams and should  be red-hot throughout. The game  will bs over in time for those wishing to attend the K: of P. ball.  The Polmatier Sisters gave an  excellent concert in the Auditorium, and it is regretablc that  such a worthy entertain in en t did  not have a larger audience. Greenwood people love good music, but  they were probably too tired after  the merriment of Christmas to attend even such a refined and  recherche performance as the one  on Monday evening.  Duncan Ross and family leave  today for the coast possibly to reside there permanentiy. Mr. Ross  has been in business in Greenwood  for twelve years, taking an active  part in all matters tending towards  the city's advancement. Like  other business men ho has had his  lean and his fat years, and took  both as they came, spending his  profits and never squealing at his  losses. ITe has warm friends  among both political parties, and  also enemies���������strong- minded men  always* have. He is not much  more a saint nor much less a sin-  uer than the rest, of us, and.will,  assav above the average. He was  always straight with his employees  and paid the regular scale of wages  without shouting it from the housetops or getting a kink in the back.  The writer wishes him prosperity,  aud chunks of it.  Tho small, boy, the dog and the  sled aro having their innings these  days. As a rule the combination  works smoothly, but there aro  times when thu three do not work  harmoniously, and usually the dog  is the discordant element. Yesterday a red dog, a sled anil a boy  came quietly tip Government street,  At the corner of Dead wood the dog  City Oonncil.  The council met .on Monday  evening, all members being present  except Alderman Gulley.  Letters were read from G. R.  Naden, M. P" P , asking for instructions re "Municipal Clauses  Act." Provincial secretary, re  fire alarm box for hospital. Dr.  Fagan, asking for medical officer's  report. R. C. Copper Co., re  water service" All the letters were  received and ordered filed, and the  clerk instructed to answer the letters from G. R. Naden, the provincial secretary, aud Dr. Fagan.  The following accounts were ordered to he paid : S. P. Dixon,  S105.00 : electric lights, S138.95 ;  Hunter-Kendrick Co., S3.25.  Alderman Wilson's (ire protection bylaw was read three times.  G. B. Taylor was appointed returning officer, and Edwin Hallett  deputy returning officer at the  mu1aicipi*l--eiectiono'for.l909. *-,-.-' .-  The nominations for mayor, aldermen and school trustees are to  be held at th*- office of tha municipal clerk at the municipal hall in  Greenwood, and in case a poll is  required, such poll shall be taken  at the municipal hall.  Council adjourned until Jan 11.  B. C. Copper.  The marvellously fine point to  which the reduction of copper ore  has been brought in this province  is shown in the recent returns published by the B. C. Copper company of Groenwood,  B.  C.    For  the six months immediately following the resumption  of operations on June 1st last, with copper  under 13 cents a pound, the total  production  was just over 200,000  tons, having a gross smelter value  of $1.03S,000.    This gives roughly  a value of S3.-10 per ton, including  gold, silver and copper.    Yet there  was a profit of close upon ������235,000,  or SO cents per ton.    This means  that only S2.G0, is   expended   in  mining, smelting and  reducing to  blister copper,  in   which condition  it is marketed.    Such a record is  unique upon the continent.   When  it is further stated that the cost of  winning the copper is  but slightly  over nine cents per  pound it will  be   understood    where   and   how  scientific mining  pays in the huge  ���������ow grade veins in  the Boundary  country.'   It may bo of interest to  add that about 75 per rent, of the  values are contained in the copper,  2 or 3 per cent,   in  silver, the |re-  irrainder being gold,   and that the  total  production   of   coopT from  June 1 to November 30, 100S, was  5,f>-l7,S74 pounds.    This  has been  accomplished   under  two   adverse  conditions,-the first  being  tho resumption of operations after a shut  down  lasting from  November 2(5,  1907,   to May 31,   1008, ��������� and the  second being a, lower market value  for metals than  has obtained for  many years past.    What may he  accomplished with a rising market  in the ensuing six months can well  be gathered.���������Kootenay Liberal.  The Big Hill.  It is expected that trains will  be running next spring through  the big tunnel that the C. P. R. is  now building near Field. The object of'the tunnel is to avoid the  steep grade which calls for three  or even four engines to push aud  pull the train up the Big Hill between Field and Hector, at the  summit of the Rockies. When the  the tunnels are completed the  present mileage between these  points will be increased from four  to eight miles, but,the grade will  be reduced by exactly one hundred  per cent. There is one tunnel on  each side of the river, one being  3.200 feet in length and tbe other  2,S00 feet and a curious point  about them is that the exit will be  almost immediately below the entrance.  The tunnels are L7 feet wide and  25 feet high and the progress made  is at the rate of from 30 to 40 feet  per day. The contractors, besides  employing 1,000 men, have installed two large compressor plants  and active operations are being  carried on at both ends of the tunnels. As a matter of fact the ends  are only about S00 feet apart.  Waterman's Ideal Fountaia Pen  at Eastern prices, $2.50 to $10,  make an ideal Xmas gift. At  Coles' Book store.  Brokers  are  South African war scr  offeri rig  ������400   for  lp.  Similkameen Coal.  Development of the 15-foot vein  of coal on Nine Mile creek has begun with a drift^of 200 feet for determining the thickness and quality  of the coal. The work is being  carried on by J. O'Leary for himself and Idaho associates. As soon  as transportation is given these  owners have a selected market for  every pound of coal they can produce.  J. Anderson, in charge of a small  force, is prospecting on the coal  claims owned by Great Northern  officials. This property was located by W. Boyle two years ago,  and now, it is understood, the  Stevenson claim is included in the  group held by these parties. The  prospecting now going on is in  conformity with the law regarding  coal licenses.  "Considerable interest is taken in  the North Fork of Granite coal  mines, development work on which  was abruptly stopped la������t summer.  Tt is not known what disposition  will be made of the property, it  being understood that the owner.!'  are not unanimous on any proposal  and a deadlock is probable, which  only the key of litigation can open.  ���������Similkameeu Star.  A telephone is being installed in"  Golden, and  Dad  Black will soon  find it easy to order his pie.  In Armstrong Dave' Johnstone  fought a couple of rounds with a  cow in his barn and had two ribs  broken. - - .  Public opinion in Oreston thinks  that Pat Burns' butcher wagon in  that town should be painted green.'  Since a paper was established in  Michel the brewery has had to be -  enlarged.  Tu North Vancouver there are  10S2 names on the voters' list.   '  The city council of Rossland has  sold SI 7,000 worth  of bonds at 95 .  cents on the dollar.  A   company   with  a   capital   of  ������30,000 has been formed'to start a  creamery   in   Summerlaud.  ��������� The.-  capaci'ty of  the creamery will* be  (2,000 cans daily.  Peter Santuro and Mrs. Ho'ward  were married in Grand Forks last  week.  The New Yale  hotel - in  Grand '  Forks will be a three-story brick  building and   contain  about fifty  rooms.  The new Province hotel in Grand-  Forks will open  for business about  the middle of next month.  in  dog  races in  Mrs. Elizabeth  Walker died  Grand Forks aged S7 years.  Tom   Whalen   has  Fernie every Saturday  In Chilliwack last week Mr. and  Mrs. A. M. Nelson celebrated their  golden wedding.  A fierce gale blew down all the  telegraph wires running iato Van-"  couver on Christmas.  Over eight millions of bushels of  wheat are to be shipped this season  to Mexico.  Since  the   1st  of  August  G55  buildings  have  been  e'rected  in  Fernie.  *        c  v  The Kootenay Cigar Co. of Nelson have in the Royal Seal a ci{;ar  that is known and smoked between  the wheat country and the blue  Pacific.  Rich Mines.  Mines in the Cceur d'Alene district in Northern Idaho, called the  "miHionair" factory," will produce  150,000 tons of lead this year, or  37 per cent of the total output in  the United States. In addition there  will be 7,000,000 ounces of silver  and several million dollars iu copper, gold aud zinc. The value of  the output of metals iu the district  since A. J. Prich'ird, a prospector,  made the discovery of gold in KSS4,  is placed at S.190,000,000, apportioned as follows: Lead, 8121,-  G53,S50; silver, S55,S2G,140; copper, 6(5.725,000," gold, $5,550,000:  zinc, $S45,000.  A large and well assorted line of  office and pocket diaries for 1909  at J. L. Coles' book store.  ,  Oil in Alberta.  Considerable excitement has been  .caused by the discovery that Dr.  I. C. White, the great American  gas and oil geologist, located in  October of last year a ureat reservoir on the anticlinal ridge passing  through Pincher creek and extending from the south fork of Old Man  river at the northwest to Waterton  river, southeast of Pincher Creek.  Dr. White was engaged by one of  the oil companies operating in the  vicinity, and, although it was  known that ho had reported that  gas would certainly he found, the  fact that the prospects for oil were  equally good was suppressed by the  There was a real Irish potato  dinner in Michel the other day.  Bob Moore had the spuds sent by  express  Ireland,  from his father's farm in  Wfddowson, Assayr. Nelson, B, C.  Dr. Walkem of Vancouver claims  to have discovered the real basic  principle of aerial navigation. The  Ladysmith Chronicle remarks that  within the past few years the genial  doctor has made several successful  oratorical flights. -  Portrait enlargements done at  the New Art Store, from 81 to 825.  This province looks good to the  Hindus, and it is not iikely that  any of them will go to Honduras.  The Kootenay Belle reigns supremo in many a camp. It in a  cigar that brings delight and appreciation wherever smoked.  -   The Norther*iiTacificfkilwaj'~has~  paid   half   a   million   dollars  for  water front on  the  north shore of  False creek in Vancouver.   k  Frank Sylvester, one of the oldest residents of Victoria, dropped  dead in that city upon Christinas.  Donald Guthrie has been appointed chief of the lire departnieui  iu Nelson.  '  Dr. W. McGnigan diVl in Vancouver upon Christmas, ag-ed o(i  years.  R. K. Henderson, who died in  Vancouver last week, left ������5,000  to bo rrsed iu caring for aged men  who are broke in time city.  Thomas Sullivan, at one time-  editor ot Rain's Horn, committed  suicide a low dnys-ago near .Salem,  Oregon, because he. was eld, useless ami only in the way. Lie was  one of the brighte-t wrirei*vs in  America a few years ago.  At Fort Wiliiain 100,000 tons of  soft coal ih'loiit!in(r n> rii������ O. P. It.  have Iwn on fire for w^eks St"am  shovels are to be u^ed to get at the  seat af tire lire.  James Guest, an old-timer of  Kamluops, was found itead in his  cottage, a few days .igo. He was .  about 70 3c.i-.-s of b^c. -'His body  was in a badly emaciated condition. In his pocket was a bank  book thowing a credit of- 87,000.  Cash lo the amount of 8103 was  also in his pockets.  Tire growers    anil shippers   of  fruit in the OkaiiMgan are seeking  better   freight   rates from the C.  P. railway.  A board of trade is to be formed  in Enderby.  It is thought that mo^t nf the  li'.inber that will be used in Prince  Rupert will be brought from Vancouver. This will be owing to the  fact that most of the timber north-  of Vancouver is spruce and hemlock.  The C. P. R. is building several  new literary and observation ears  for use through the^Rockies. They  will equal anything upon the  American continent  There will be by-elections in  Revelstoke and Nanaimo upon  January 9 for tho local legislature.  A crosscut tunnel 1,500feet long '  is to bo driven on the  Whitewater  Deep in the Siocan.  Denoro ia coming to the front.  A debating society has been formed  in the town and money orders are  now issued by the pofltoflice.  P. Burns & Co. will open a  second meat shop iu Phoenix.  L2 Thomas is running a steam  laundry in Middleboro.  Trooper E. 8. Eagle, formerly of  Kamloops, died in South Africa  from the result of a fight with a  lion.  l  \"  - h  WE I  Ml  7*  \  Ji-V " fi\������rnMum+M  the   ledge,   greenwood,   British   Columbia.  -o  On tlio whole, Trcailway thought it  rather nice of him to he williug to  marry Marion Illtosnuin. He was possessed of nn income of half a million a  year, the income from his mother's  estate, and when his father died���������  well, it required the services of two  men to keep trad; of the Treadway investments.  Marlon was-, a dainty little country  woman, but she wouul need a lot of  social training, of course. Perhaps a  year in a finishing school might be a  good thing to fit her for the place in  society she was destined to fill. It  might be a bother to wait a year before marriage, though, so on second  thoughts perhaps a social secretary  would bo a bettor plan. Treadway decided upon the social secretary as the  lessor of two necessary evils.  Marion nitesnmu was only a little  country girl, tho belle of Wiclifield, a  village of a few thousand persons.  Treadway had been forced to stop  over there for repairs to liis automobile, and before these were made he  had seen Marion. After that the automobile was called upon only for little  trips to nearby points of interest, and  Treadway paid his easy going court to  the girl.  Perkins, his father's lawyer, made  liis summer borne in Wiclifield, aud the  ^introduction was easily accomplished,  'but Treadway found courtship accord-  lag to Wiclifield notions rather complicated. In town ho would havo left a  standing order with the florist and  confectioner. There would have been  au occasional motor excursion and  finally a proposal of marriage iu the  conservatory at some one's dance and  a note iu the society columns of tho  papers.  Here it was all different, and, while  he enjoyed the novelty of it, he found  it rather awkward at times. In town  mammas with marriageable daughters  were willing to do more than half the  courtship for him.  Here he found him-  glad "wherrrit r������������c ho turned his stops  homeward.  The summer had passed, but the  brisk autumnal air made touring a delight, and presently for a second time  the big black car rolled into Wtehiield.  Perkins, the treadway lawjv;-, had  closed his house and gone back to  town, but there was an excellent hotel, and presently Treadway found  himself installed la a comfortable  room. Once settled he sallied forth to  lind Marion.  She was not at home, they told him  at tho house, but Mrs. llltesman added  minute directions by which he found  the patch of woods where Marion had  gone in search of nuts.  Evidently her nutting was but an ex-  THE  HALL  OF  FAME.  M. Vlljoon, a Boer hunter, shot twenty elephants near Bulawayoi South Africa, the other day in less than an hour.  Wellesley' Moore, who has been at  the British consulate In San Francisco  in various capacirles since 1S77, has  been made consul at that port.  Countess Maria von Linden, Th. D,  of Bonn university, has been engaged  for some time in research and experimental work on tho subject of the endurance of hunger among butterflies.  Dr. Thomas Lambert Hiuton has just  celebrated his one hundredth birthday  at St.  Leonards,   England.   With  the  CONSUMPTION'S  STARTING POINT  CHURCHILL���������A PROPHESY.  1908.  Lonely,   unknown,  swept plain;  remote, a   wind-  exception  of Sir Henry  Pitman,   Mr.  cuse for a walk in the woods, for he < Tliutoii  is tho oldest member of  tlio  came upon her day dreaming at the  foot of a huge chestnut. As he approached tho looked up wonderlngly;  then, after a moment's pause, she  sprang to her feet with outstretched  hands.  "For a moment I thought, you must  bo a vision," sho cried as ho hurried  toward her. "Mr. Perkins told me just  before lie left that you had gone abroad  for tho winter."  "1 did go across," ho confirmed, "but  I  couldn't stay.    I   wanted  to come  back and ask you if your decisiou was  final."  "My decision''" she echoed.  "Ves," ho explained.    "1   know you  told me that you would not marry me,'  but I could net be content until I asked again.   1 went to Loudon and Paris  to try to forget you,  but the farther  from home I got the more I seemed to  want you, and so here-1 am."  "But tlio hundred or more who wore  ready to accept you and your millions?" she reminded.  "There might be a million or more  who would be ready to accept my hundreds," he replied impatiently, "but  the whole million in one big seraglio  would not be you, dear. It was a  silly, braggart speech that I am heartily ashamed of now. It was Unit which  brought me back. I wanted to tell  you how well I realized what a fool I  had boon. I love you too much to give  up without another appeal. I've a  whole lot to learn, Marion, but will  you be tho teacher, dear, aud show me  that the cursed money is not everything?"  "I think I should like to try," she  whispered as he caught her hand.  "And I came over here prepared for  the argument of my life," he said won-  deringly.  "You said this time what you should  have said before," she replied. "The  last time you offered me wealth and  position. This time you havo offered  me your love. . It is love that a girl  wants, Tom. It's not always tho money she seeks. I liked you before, but  I could uot be bought."  "But I loved you then," he cried.  "Not iu the same way," she explained, "or you would havo told me so.  You wanted me to teach you. That  was the first lesson."  "Then here endeth the first lesson,"  cried Treadway, with a laugh, as he  bent to touch the soft brown hair with  his lips  not bo so drastic.    You've been pretty  hard on your pupil, sweetheart."  Royal College of Surgeons,   lie served  in India from 1S29 to 1S-1C.  Professor John M. Manly, head of  tho English department of the University of Chicago, has been invited by  the German government lo deliver a  series of lectures in Germany. lie will  speak at tlie University of Gottingen  and will talk on "English Literature."  Rear Admiral John P. Morrcll, who  retired on Sept. 7 on account of ago,  was recently a member of tho joint  army and navy board and president of  the Naval War college at Newport. He  was born in Now York and appointed  to (he navy from Michigan in Julv,  1SC3.  Dr. Cornllicff, a Socialist member of  the first dounia, has been sentenced at  St. Petersburg to two years' imprisonment in a ford-ess. Ho was extradited  from Finland, where, according to  statements made by the police, he was  engaged in directing a "criminal revolutionary movement." Dr. CorniliefC  was also editor of a revolutionary paper.  John Paul, a well known Indian  guide, Is officially recognized by King  Edward as the chief of the Milicete  tribe in New Brunswick and authorized to act as its representative. No  requisition from the tribe to the Brit-,  ish government is valid without his indorsement. Chief Paul has acted as  guide in Now Brunswick for tlie royalty  of England. As a hunter lie is said to  bo mighty and as a guide aud scout  unrivaled.  Lies in Weak, Watery Blood���������-Dr.   A mighty river sweeping to the main;  Williams' Pink Pills Make the    j Hor^e,enhis 'empiy strdud a Xorthern  Blood Rich and Red. I In ancient solitude still sleeps serene.  T31oocllessness is" the starting point  of consumption. When your Wood  is thin and watery your whole health  declines . Your face grows pale, your  appetite fails and your heart jumps  and flutters at the least exertion or  excitement. You are always weak  and wretched and lo.se interest in  everything. This is the point from  which you may easily step into' that  hopeless decline that leads to consumption and the grave. What is  actually needed to bring back health  and strength and energy is the new  rich blood Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  actually make. fn all the world  there is no other tonic medicine like  them, und all who feel weak "and  easily tired should take these -Pills  at once, and regain now health.  Miss Ada Burke,- The Eangc, N.  B., says:���������"I leel that f cannot say  loo  much  in favor of Dr.  Williams'  CONSOLATION.  of  TKEADWAY WATCHED HER WISTFULLY.  self on the same level of equality in  the Hitesmau home as Ben Taylor,  who clerked in  Luscomb's grocery.  Even this fact did not serve to warn  him, however, and his declaration was  entirely characteristic. The two were  ���������returning from a ride in the country.  A score of couples had gone out to the  home of a farmer host, and the road  was dotted with buggies. At Marion's  command Treadway bad not thrown  on speed to outstrip the others, as he  usually did, and the car rolled along  as quietly as though it were under the  observation of a string of traffic police.  Marion, leaning back against the upholstered cushions, gave a luxurious lit-'  ' tie sigh.  "I love automobiling," she said,  "when the car does not run too fast."  "You shall have an automobile for  your own," he promised, "when we are  married."  "Are we to he married?" she asked,  with a touch of coldness in her voice.  "I, hope so," was the prompt reply.  "I've got a lot of money, and in time I  ���������shall have a lot more. I can give you  everything you want and introduce you  Into society. Of course you'll have to  coach up a little, but you'll make It all  right.   Is it a go?"  "No, thank you," said Marion very  quietly. "I admit that tho proposition  you make is glittering in the extreme,  but I must decline."  ' "Decline!" he gasped in amazement.  "Why, I know a hundred girls In New  .York who w-ould just jump at the  chance!"  "In that case," was the quiet retort,  "1 shall omit the customary expres-  Gions of regret. No doubt you will find  quick consolation."  Treadway was too stunned to argue.  He busied himself with the steering  wheel until the big black car drew up  in front of the Illtesman home. He  helped her out arrd opened tbe gate for  her.  "It Is good by ns well as good night,"  he safd as she held out her hand. "I  ���������hall be gone in the morning."  She stammered something he could  not catch aud hurried up the walk to  the house. Treadway wati'lied her  wistfully until the door vlo.-ed behind  her; then he went away, riwi"'������������ in  his heart the memory of a slender figure silhouetted against the light from  ���������the open door.  In the early dawn the big touring  car slipped down the dusty road. There  was the usual gossip, arid then Wlcb-  .Hold forgot Treadway In the excitement of a revival meeting at which  a famous evangelist exhorted. But  Treadway did not forget, even though  ho put the width of the Atlantic between himself and the llttlo town  where ho had met defeat.   He dawdled I  The   Musician   Reminded   the   Poet  the Case of Guarnerius.  The musician with a compassionate  smile watched the poet trimming the  fringe from liis cuff.  "After all," ho said, "your verse may  live when Mario Corolii, Wiustou  Churchill and Hall Caine himself are  forgotten. Itememhcr the case of  Guarnerius."  "Who was ho?" the poet asked.  "A pauper and a violin maker.  Guarnerius in the seventeenth century  made violins that everybody thought  loo thick; hence thoy brought only $2  apiece. Musicians would buy them  and have them pared down.  "Guarnerius insisted that they were  not too thick.    When ho heard of one  ,IT   ,,    , ..       .. .,,     of his instruments being pared down  ���������'Lets hope the others will     ���������e flew ,nl0 ft ^^ -^   Hq ^  a grouch against the world because it  wouldn't agree with him about violin  mill;ing. ITe <liod- u pauper bee.-iuso  tlie world would have none of his  violins.  "A Guarnerius is now and then to be  picked up. Usually it is a pared instrument, and its value is not very  high. But find an unpared Guarnerius  and you can get anything you like for  it. It is one of the world's few perfect violins.  "But Guarnerius died a pauper. The  flail Caiues and Wiuaton Clnirchills of  the violin world of his day refused  with sneers to drink with him. He,  too, trimmed his cuffs."  'ink Pills. In March, 1907, 1 was  attacked with whooping cough which  clung to me for .several months, and  when the cough disappeared 1 was  loft weak and run down. All summer  L was ailing, but when the autumn  came I seemed to lie completely worn  out. Por a whole month I never  moved outside the house, and could  .scarcely walk about the house I was  so weak. 1 had no appetite, my color  was a greenish yellow. ] had severe  headaches and would be almost  breathless at the least exertion. 1  look several bottles of medicine, but  it did not help mo, and then my  mother got me throe boxes of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. When I had  used them I was much better, and by  the time I had taken another three  boxes I was, again enjoying the best  of health, with a hearty appetite,  good  color  and  renewed energy."  If you want new health and now  strength try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills;  a fair use of this medicine will not  disappoint you. Sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 50 cents a box  or six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  Tt will be a stroke at the very vitals  of monopoly .if there are -to be fewer  kerosene parades this campaign.���������  Providence Journal.  lf>09.  But lo! a magic touch now changes  all;,  The sleeper stirs at an arousing call.  The Queen's awake, joyous and undis-  .   mayod;  She reigns.   The  line of  railroad  is  surveyed!  1910.  Too busy lo write rhymes, with hustling gait  The poet's dealing now in real estate;  The railroad's built, and there's no  time to write,  When lots in Churchill double over  night.  191L  A hundred vessels in the harbor ride;  A golden ilood goes out with every  tide;  And while the ships go groaning 'cross  the bar,  The Western farmer rides in his motor car.  1920.  Dear Bill,���������You'll simply have to sparo  a day  From Winnipeg, for an outing on tho  Bay.  We'll spend it on my island .up the  coast.  The whales are running.   What beata  whale on toast?  1930.  City of Churc'..ill!   City by the sea, ���������  Mother of cities now, with others yet  to be!  Thy harbor crowded with a busy fleet,  Port of  the   Prairie   Empire  of  the  Wheat.  THE FREAKISH WIND.  RICH  COUNTRY.  Tricking a Jeweler.  A fashionably dressed woman once  alighted from a brougham in west  London and stepped into a hairdresser's shop. She informed the barber  that she had a son who was of unsound mind aud that the doctor had  ordered his head to be shaved.  Her son, she said, was violent, and  i .  she instructed the barber to get a  couple of assistants and seize him  when he was brought round, to tie him  in a chair and slnive his head in spite  of anything he might say. The barber did not relish the job, but an advance fee of a guinea tempted him,  aud ho fell.  Then the lady drove 1-to the jeweler's, bought some expensive rings and  jewelry and expressed surprise at having left her purse at home. She offered to drive the jeweler home with  her, together with the jewels, and pay  him at her residence.  On arriving once more at the barber's the two alighted, and the unfor-.  turrate jeweler at a sign from the lady  was seized and bound to a chair, and  fn spite of his angry yells and expostulations his head was shaved. Meanwhile the lady drove off with ������300  worth of gems and was never heard of  agaiu.���������London Mail.  They Soothe Excited Nerves.���������Nervous affections arc usually attributable to defective digestion, as the stomach dominates, the nerve centres.  A course of Parmclee's Vegetable Pills  will still all disturbances of this character, and by restoring tlie stomach  to normal action relieve the nerves  from irritation. There is no sedative  like them and in the correction of irregularities of the digestive processes,  no preparation has done so effective  work, as/ran be testified to by thousands.  Mrs Slubbs���������Now, women are not  impulsive, like you men. They always  measure their words.  Mr. Stubbs (with a sigh)���������Oh, if  some of thorn would only give short  measure.���������Chicago News.  You c.-.n make richer, more fragrant, more delicious tea if you use  "Salada." One teaspoonlul makes  two cups. U.se absolutely boiling water.     Steep five minutes. 80  When boiling common starch sprinkle in a little fine salt, which will  prevent it sticking. Some people use  sugar.in the 'same way, but it is not  -���������)-) effective as salt. ���������  Not Necessary.  He laughed loud aud long as he put  aside the paper.  "What's the matter?" asked the man  who was sitting at the next window,of  the club.  "Here's an article about training a  dog," replied the man who had been  reading the paper. "It says the first  thing to do is to attach the dog to  you."  Thereupon the man laughed some  more.  "Well, what of it?" persisted the  man at the next window.  "Why, hang it all," exclaimed the  man who was so amused, "it seems so  absurd, you know. My experience Is  that a dog will attach himself to you  if you give him any provocation "���������Exchange.  Fascination of an Old Bookstore.  "There seems to he a fascination  about an old bookstore that some  persons lind it ditlicult to overcome,"  observed tho proprietor of one of those  establishments. "While we have a  large number of good patrons, there  are some who delight, lo .come ..in and  just pore over old volumes. 1 have  seen men stand in this store aud practically read a book through in an afternoon. They seem to forget their  surroundings for the time being, and  when they emerge from their abstraction they are apt to observe that they  'have just been looking over the books'  and ask for some volume'that they are  quite sure is out of! print. Yes, sir,  tho old bookstore is a free library in  a way, but it is an interesting business  and   fairly   profitable."  Repeat it:���������" SMIoh's Oure will always cure my coughs and colds."  The undertaker paused in his measurements.  "There is only, one.onc-word epitaph  in this country," he said, hanging  his tape across his shoulders. "It'is  in the town of Worcester. I believe  it is quite a drawing card. Holiday  makers come to see it from miles  around.  "The epitaph consists of the word  'Gone.' A Worcester auctioneer lay  dying. He whispered to his wife  with a quiet smile:...���������...-.  "'I've been "Going, going,' all my  life. Now I'll soon be 'Gone.' Put  that on my tombstone, dear. That  one word 'Gone' only."  "The wife complied," concluded the  undertaker.���������Philadelphia Bulletin.  Prof. Gwillim Speaks of Resources of  Northern British Columbia.  _ J. C. Gwillim, professor of mining  rn Queen's University, Kingston, recently completed a tour through the  Pelkwa, fiulkley and Babino country  in northern British Columbia on behalf of tlie Trail smelter. His impressions as regards its agricultural  and mining possibilities are rather  favorable.  "The Telkwa-Bulklcy-Babine country is a great district southwards of  Hazclton. The valleys are broad, but  not flat-bottomed as many people expect. They are low rolling slopes, partially or totally Wooded. The growth  upon these valley slopes is extraordinary, and no fall frosts had occurred up to Sept. 10 in the main Bulkley  valley," said Mr. Gwillim.  "All grass, stock and root crops  seem to do very well. There seems  to be a future for stock and dairy  products with hay and oats an probable exports' to the coast and north  country. The conditions southward  ���������toward Nochaco, and southeastward  toward Babine lake appear to be  equally favorable for a large farming  community.  "Concerning mineral resources,  ores of lead, silver and copper have  been found over a very large territory,  but little has been done-in the way  of development. The distances are  great and at present tho transportation is all by pack- animals. A wagon  road is being built from Hazelton to  Aldermore, a point sixty mile���������s south;  from this trails of twenty and thirty  miles branch off into tho mountains  on either side. Tho country is a  'favorable ono to prospect, but development and cheap transportation  must come about before there will ha  any production of largo tonnage.  "Any one entering, this district at  this litagc should receive easy terms  and plenty of time to develop mineral  properties because the cost of development will be great', and also experimental, and the time of realizing from  ore production cannot come until the  Grand Trunk Pacific is on a shipping  basis."  Pranks   It .Has   Played  With  Smoke,  Dust  and   Grain.  During ,*i volcanic eruption in the  Hawaiian Islands the smoke rose to  a"height of between five and six miles,  and then'drifted away to the north-  e'ast. At a distance of 600 mile's il  settled on the surface of the sea and ���������  was then carried back by the northeast wind to its place of origin, where  -it a wived a fortnight after its original departure and covered the entire  group of islands with its heavy pall,  Not long ago a steamer was on-hor*  way along the north African coast  from Asia to England and had entered the Galita channel between the  island of that name and the coast of  Tunis when a fine dust began to darken the air and soon afterward to'fall  on deck. Some of,this dust was collected and subjected to chemical analysis in 'Jiuropo. Its constituents  proved that it had been carried high  in the air from the'Sahara desert and  had finally dropped into the Mediterranean.  More extraordinary still was a dust  shower that fell in Hungary some,  years ago. Analysis sliowed that this  dust was identical witli tho sediment  of the Nile. The dust was believed to  have been brought by tho -wind all  tho way from Kgypt, a pretty long  journey for a shower of that description  to accomplish.  It must have boon a high wind indeed that brought a shower of wheat  on one occasion to the villagers in a  place on tho southern coast of Spain.  The wheat fell like rain. There were  so mniiv witnessas of the occurrence  Hint it 'was impossible to doubt that  it had appeared. Hut for some months  it could not be accounted for.  Then came the other side of the  story. It was learned that shortly  be.fore this fall of wheat some farmers  near the" northern coast of Morocco  had been threshing wheat with flails  when suddenly a tornado swept over  the eround and carried all the wheat  and "chaff on the thrashing cloth-into the air'. The cloth was swept away  bv the storm, and the farmers fell to  the ground, but were not injured.  When tho storm had passed thoy were  horrified at discovering that the result of their labors had totally disappeared. There seemed httl** doubt  that the wheat that fell in Spain was  that whicli belonged to the Moroccan  farmers. ft had been blown clear-  across the Mediterranean.  Minard's "Liniment  Cures  Colds,   &c.  An ambitious young Chicagoan recently called upon a publisher of novels in that city, to whom he imparted confidentially the information that  he had decided to "write a ' book,"  and that lie would be pleased to afford the publisher the chance to bring  it out.  "May I venture to inquire as to tho  nature of tho book you .propose to  write?" asked the publisher, very  politely. '  "Oh," camo in an offhand way from  the aspirant for fame, "I think of  doing something on the lino of 'Los  Misorablcs,' only livelier, you know!"  ���������Lippincott's.  Zam-Buk Saved  Odd Fellow's Finger  "The only thing I oan do  now is to take the finger completely ofF.  . It cannot otherwise be cured."  So said one  of the leading1 doctors of Toronto to Mr. W. O. Edwards,  P.D.O.R.A.O-F., P.O-.M.I.O.O.  F., tho well-known Friendly  Society leader, of Peter Street,  Toronto;    Zam-Buk  proved  otherwise.   Mr. Edwards out  his  finger badly, and  blood  poisoning followed., He says:  "The blood poisoning spread up my  hand aud arm nnd caused mo terrible  agony.    After two months' treatment  tho doctor naiil tliero was no oure, and  amputation would havo to take place  if I intended to nave the arm. My hand  at that time,was all awollen up and  discolored, and I had to carry it in a I  sling.    I left that doctor and consulted I  another.  After a few weeks' treatment I  he also told me that operation would  be nocessary.     That night I bathed  the wound and put on somo Zam-Buk.  I got a little sleep for the first time'for  many   nights.    In   tha   morning   the  wound  began to blood inalead of the  foul discharging as in the past.    This  was ft healthy sign so I went on with  the Zam-Buk.     Well,  to cut a long  story short, in a few days I put away  the sling and. in a few weeks thejiuger  was healed- completely.    To-day that  finger is as sound as a bell and I owe  it to Zam-Buk.   I spent over $20 in  doctor's   fees   and  yet  Zam-Buk,  at  such a trifling cost, saved me from  amputation."  Zam-Buk cures eczema, ulcers, cold  sores, chapped placen, cuts,: burns,  bruises and all skin injuries and  diseases. Also cures p:les. All druggists and stores COc a box, or post free  Zam-Buk Co.; Toronto, for price.  Repeat  it: ���������"Shiloh's Cure will always  cure   my  coughs   and   colds."  "T started to tell hiy wife about a  woman who made, her own fall gown."  "Well?"  "She capped my story with one  about a man who made a million dollars."���������"Washington   Herald.  A  Chicken   Left Over.  "What do I do with cold chicken?"  said the old housekeeper. "If I do not  eat It cold with a lettuce salad, as I  prefer it, I Qx it by a recipe given rae  by a Swiss cook we once had."  "I cut tire chicken Into neat pieces,  salt and pepper thern and sprinkle  them with finely chopped parsley and  onion. I then cover them with oil and  squeeze over them the juice of a lemon, letting them remain until they  have become well flavored. '  "A batter Is made of four ounces of  flour ana enough milk to make a stiff  batter. Into this are stirred half a  wineglassful of brandy and an egg, the  white arrd yolk beaten to a froth.  "Let the batter stand for an hour  before using, then dip the chicken Into  It and fry In boiling fat. Serve with  fried parsley and o rich cream sauce."  Fake Remnants.  A country storekeeper, a pair of  long, bright shears in hand, calmly  cut a roll of silk into remnants. :  "Women," he_explained to his city  cousin, "are remiiant mad. There are  women who never buy except at remnant sales. Such womerr will pass by  goods in the piece at a quarter a yard  and snap rip the same goods In remnant lengths at 30 cents.  "So great is the demand for remnants that it is Impossible to keep up  the legitimate supply."  Tho counk'y storekeeper winked.  "Hence," ho said, "my preseut occu  patiou."  A druggist can obtain an imitation  of MINARD'S LINIMENT from a Toronto house at a very low price, and  have it labeled his own-product.  This greasy imitation is the poorest  one we have yet seen of the many  that every Tom, Dick and Harry has  tried to introduce. .  Ask for MINARD'S and you will  get   it.  Willow Grouse In City.  The capture of a willow grouse on  one of the principal business thoroughfares of Victoria caused some  talk recently. Tt was late-and the  streets practically were deserted. A  gentleman .had just'passed out of a  restaurant when he was astonished to  see a bird, which looked remarkably  like a grouse at first sight, dash itself against the window pane and  fall at his feet. He picked it up,  wrung its neck, and then took time  to examine it. Being himself somewhat of a follower of the simple life as  interpreted by local disciples of Nim-  rod, he recognized that it was a grouse  of the w''lloV species. Agreeably astonished, and realizing that he had  had a most unusual experience,-he  recounted it to his friends. Many  of the latter put it^ down as a yarn  which would have to,be accepted with  the proverbial "pinch of salt." But  when he produced the evidence and  related the details again with a wealth  of exact detail the story was given  credence and circulated as being another of the season's wonders.  A Pill for All Seasons.���������-Winter and  summer, in any latitude, whether in  torrid zone, or Arctic temperature Par-  melee's Vegetable Pills can' be depended upon to do their work. Tho  dyspeptic will find them a friend *.l-  ways and should carry them with him.  everywhere. They are made to withstand any climate and are warranted ^  to keep their freshness and strength, j  Something in It.  Physicians have been in the habit  of laughing at tiro popular custom of  burning sugar, in sick rooms as a  disinfectant. A scientist in the Pas-  tour Institute, Paris', has, however,  discovered -tiiat_burning sugar, develops acetylene hydrogen; ono of the  most powerful antiseptic gases known.  If sugar is burned in a closed vessel  containing putrefied meat or tlie contents of rotten eggs the- offffensive  odor disappears at once.  They do not grow stale, a quality not /  possessed in many pills now on the  market.  Sores Heal Quickly.��������� Have you a  persistent sore that refuses to heal?  Then, try Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  in the dressing. It will stop sloughing, carry away the proud flesh, draw  out the pus and.prepare a clean way  for the new skin. It is tho recognized  healer among-oils and myriads of  people can certify that it healed where  L-other oils failed utterlv.  <.  Quizzing Bess���������Did you tell Tom  you  would  be  his  sister?  Blushing Beatrice���������No, I told him T  would  bo  his  ister's.���������Puck.  Silenced.  "Wasn't tinil young Mr. Tiff who  left the house as 1 came in?" asked  the judge of his eldest daughter.  "Yes, papa."  "Did I uot issue an injunction  against his coming hero nny more?"  "Yes, papa, but ho appealed to a  higher court, and main run' reversed  your decision."  The Black Hawk War.  The Black Hawk war was fought on  Ihe Mississippi river frontier In 1832  between 000 whites and 500 Indians.  Chief Black Hawk was captured, and  203 warriors were killed. The Indiana  were driven west of the Mississippi.  White loss, twenty-two.  The Vatican.  The Vatican Is the largest palace In  the world, arrd within its lnclosure Is a  oark of thirteen acres.  Take Care of Your Brushes.  Tooth and  nail   brushes  should 'always bo stood In such a position that  all water can drain from them.  Household brushes last much ionget  In   London  aud   loafed   miserably   Iu | If taken care of and washed regularly,  Paris, but he could not.forget the girl j Remember that .hey should never oe   across my mind: 'What shall I tell Mol-  with the big hcojii^i_t'Vfir-t, anil lie wus     allowed lo rest on the oristles, ' ly? Here I im traveling al night!'"  Another Mutual Friend.  "He's a sort of near comedian, Isn't  he?"  , "No; a not-near comedln n."���������Judge.  First Thought In Danger.  "Talking of the foolish things on*  thinks about even when In the midst of  danger," remarked orro of a group the  other night, "I.had promised my wife  never to travel at night, and It Is something I have always avoided, but necessity compelled it a few weeks ago, and  ns luck would have it there was an accident and the cars wero derailed. As  tho ono Irr which I had my berth was  rolling down an embankment and I  was in the midst of blankets, pillows,  grips, etc., tliij terrible thought flushed  llliill  First  Relic of  "Jones."  One of   the   first   evidences   to   be  found  of   the   steamer J.   H.  Jones,  "which was lost two years ago with all  hands, was left here recently by the  steamer City  of   Meaford,  says  The  Owen Sound Times.   It was the name  board   of   the   ill-fated   steamer   and  could  be easily recognized by those  who  knew  the   boat when  she  was  above wafer.   The hoard was picked  up at some point along the northeast  shore and handed  by the captain of  tho City of Meaford to the   officials  at the olfico of the Dominion Transportation Co., where it has attracted  a great deal of interest.   Though the  oflicers of the  City  of Meaford  did  not give the exact location where tho  sign board was picked up, its finding  on  the northcant shore confirms, in  the minds of some murine men, the  conviction that the boat went down  near the Christian Islands, and that  her machinery gave out and she drifted  from her course  off  Lion's Head  in   the gale  to some  point  near  thr-  islands. where sho foundered.  A  Disillusion, .  I thought upon flit' singe my sl'otch,  "Tlio Buttonhole," I'd Iry,.  Hut ,whjn I dlil I found, alas,  It was tho hook und I!  ���������I.os Angeles Times.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  Fancy Boots.  The Russian boot is composed of  many pieces of morocco iu several colors put together in a shape, to please  the taste of the maker or the wearer.  The foot of the boot is beautifully embossed with thread in bright colors.  "Brainleigh, the novelist, allowed  himself to be run clown by an auto  yesterday."  "Why such insane daring?"  "He hopes to get enough out of the  owner of the machine to enable him to  publish ' his new novel himself!"  ���������Puck-  Bearded Popes.  From the time of St. Peter down to  the year !lii:i the popes of Rome all  wore beards.  Oi! Paintings.  An oil painting should not be hung  so that the light from an opposite  window falls on It and Is reflected.. A  side wall shows off such a picture to  better advantage. Examine the painting and note how the artist saw It. as  far as the light falling on the subject  was concerned and hang the picture so  that the light falls ou it irr the same  direction.  ,You Can't Cut Oat  A BOG SPAVIN", pD1i>F or  THOBOPGHl'JN. but  ARSORBINE  ���������will cloan them off permanently, and  you work the horae ������ame time. Docs  not blister or remove the hair. Will  ton you more It yoa -write. SJ.CO por  bofU!,^l.0.r,i.ordoll*''<*IJ<><>tmtr00.  , ,-       91 battle. Itoauces Varicose VoIni.Var'  Icoeelo,   Hydrocele,   ������������������������ -���������  ������������������--- ���������   .    "���������i!*r  ��������� Al��������� fimltkut bi UarllifBtlt S Wi/nntCo., Wlniilpta,  Jht Hatltial Drug A Chtmleal Co, Wlnnlptg and Calgary  md Hmdvzsn Bnt. Co. Ltd.. Kojiooumf.  ENMANSHIP m^^v.  1 eleurali liy.aiiu all  biulnrae sutijucta thoroughly ta-flit Write  for particular!, l'tttaloiiiu'8 free. Addrna  WINKH'KO HUSINKS.S COI.r.KDK,  cor. l'ortaue Are.und KortSt, WINNll'EQ.  G.  W.   DONALD,   Manager  And   Principal    for   Fourteen     Years  Rich Land Idle.  In the mountain regions of Cuba  there arc ninny ridges and valleys of  extremely fertile land nearly all untouched and existing practically ns  they tii-J before the time of the Span-  lards.  A Short Week.  The week is only five days long In  TibeL  SPECIAL     fO    GRAIN   SHIPPERS.  It fakes years to learn the best methods of handling grain. We have had  thirty years' experience handling  grain in this country, havo a brnnch  office at Fort William and close business connections at all grain centres.  Ship your grain through us for  prompt returns and good services.  References,    Union Bank of Canada. '  Manitoba  Commission   Co.,  Grain     Exchange,    Winnipeg,    Man.  fflNE  prions? s  lm���������������  rons.SpW ���������*  ������\  W.   N.    U.    No.   716.  Pair of Curiosities.  Mllkmiiii-Thiit's n curious milk pall  of yours.  Lady-Well. It Isn't as curious as  this pale milk of yotirs.-Chlt'iigo News,  Makes Her Tired  Tho poor wlfo dronds tho coming day������,  For now her hiiabiiriil quotas,  Tlio wlille her head la In a dazo,  Statistics of tho votes.  Thefamous  7Elmira Felt Shoes  unequalled/or  ���������/.&>] style, fit, or  %$$? finish:  The trademark, as shown,  Is on   the sole of every  , genuine Elaiira,       40  Sold by Dtalcrs Throughout U,e West.  Ci  ���������I  I  I r/r>  c  LEDGE,    GREENWOOD, ^BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  Mrs. Gertrude McKJernan.  THE HUNGER MARCHERS  UNEMPLOYED   HAVE   A   LEADER  WHO WAS ONCE WEALTHY.  '  MOTHER AND DAUGHTER  PRAISING PERUNA.  MPS. GERTRUDE 'McKIERNAN,  21C Neosho street, Emporia, Kas.,  writes:  "1 suffered very much with a severe  cold in the head and was always complaining of feeling tired and drowsy.  When my mother suggested and insisted "on my taking a tew bottles oi  Peruna, I did so and in a short time  I felt like a new person. My mother  praises it very highly and so do I:'  Confidence   ih   Pe-ru-na.  Mrs, M. F. Jones, Burning Springs,  Ky., writes:  "We have been using Peruna for  some time and have no hesitancy in  recommending it for the thousand and  one ailments of humanity .  "From a personal test I shall not  hesitate to recommend it, especially  to all suffering women.  "Peruna has gained full confidence  and a permanent stay in our home."  .  A vGreat Tonic.  Mrs. Anna Linder, R. R. &, Dassell,  Minn., writes: "I took Peruna and am  well. I would not be without that  great "tonic for ten times its cost."  Pillow Toward the Locomotive. -  "There is only one way to sleep on  a train," said the poiter of a sleeping car, "and that is with the head  towaid the locomotive. If 1 should  make up my berths'so that the passengers would be with their feet toward the locomotive, they would  sleep little, if at- all.  "The reason is that with the head  pointed right the blood runs down to  the feet, and the calm head invites  sleep. But pointed tire other way,  the head fills up with blood, the  mind becomes excited, and sleep is  almost an impossibility.  "It is on this-account that on sleeping cars the pillows are toward tho  the engine."��������� New Orleans Times-  Democrat.  Countless have been the cures worked by Holloway's .Corn Cure. It has  a power of its own not found in other  preparations.  Burglar���������Let's rob this here house.  There ain't a man within a mile of it.  Assistant���������How dyer know there  ain't?  iiurglar��������� Can't yer see the wimmen  is doing the fall house cleaning ?���������  Cleveland Leader.  There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other  diseases put together, and until the  last few years was supposed to be  incurable. For a great many years  doctors pronounced it a local disease  and prescribed local remedies, and  by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to  be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment.  Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is  the only constitutional cure on the  market. It is taken internally in  doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.  It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case  it fails to cure. Send for circulars and  testimonials.'  Address: F. J. Cheney & Co.,  Toledo, Ohio.  Sold by druggists, 75c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ������  Alexander Stewart Gray, ��������� Formerly  Possessor of a Quarter.^, Million  Dollars'Gave It,Up and Now Leads  Crusade of 10,000 Starving Workmen Who Will Tour England on  Foot.  Alexander Stewart Gray,-leader, of  the "Hunger Marchers," who are 'attracting so 'much attention m England just now, was,until recently one  cl the most prominent and successful  ldwyers in Edinburgh, Scotland. In  older to identity himself with this  new movement, which ,is organized  for the-purpose of calling attention  to the unemployed problem, he abandoned ^a fortune of nearly $250,000.  Clacf in rough gat merits, a slouch  hat, and sometimes barefooted, Stew-  ait Gray is tramping about the coun-.  try at the head of a body of men, like  u modern Peter the Hermit, pleaching a new crusade. Not long ago the  "Hunger Marchers," led by him,  walked from Manchester to London,  a distance of 187 miles, to present a  petition to ������������������ King Edward. In London they were invited to St. Paul's  Cathedral, where Archdeacon Sinclair  dcliveied a sermon championing their  cause, and collected $200 to provide  them with food and shelter. Rev. R.  'J. Campbell of tho City Temple also  "entertained" them in a similar way.  Recently they "invaded" Canterbury  Cathedral and created a sensation by  demanding that1 a sermon on unemployment and the land question  should be preached. "r  The personality of Stewart Gray is  striking. Tall, gaunt, ascetic, with  long hair and deep-set eyes, clad in  workman's clothes, and often wearing  knickerbockers with no stockings,  with a great "sombrero" pulled down  over his eyes, he looks like the typical "social reformer" depicted on the  stage.  This reformer comes of good family,  and after a liberal education he began the practice of the law in Edinburgh. He became the manager of  several large properties, bought and  sold land on his own account and in  a few years he acquired a fortune.  In-his visits to the remote sections  of Scotland he came in touch with  the peasant class. He became convinced that the principal of landlordism is" wrong.  'Gray says:  "When I took the resolve to 'quit  the game,' I gave all my property into the hands of a friend, and then  loft the whole business. I should say  the "property abandoned was worth  about $250,000. I decided then to devote my life to trying to obtain some  oi the land for the people. There  are vast tracts of land in England  which aro not under cultivation at  all, and besides this upward of 100 -  000 acres a year go out of cultivation  for sporting purposes; that is, for  shootmg and fishing and for deer  parks made by the wealthy and landed classes. With nearly a million un-  employed men walking about, and  these bare acres of England waiting  to be tilled, it seems\a ciime to mo  that this idle land should not be linked to idle labor. The people of England have a birthright in their own  soil, and that Is why in my speeches  and pamphlets I refer to them as  the 'born-robbed.' Thev have no  right to Jive, and if the landed classes  in England choose to turn them all  out to-morrow they would have perfect legal power to do so. With my  knowledge of farming, and my experience on the land, I am quite convinced that I would soon be able to  teach every man under my charge to  make his own living on the land.  "My main idea in tho Hunger  l".irch is this: If we can got, say, 10,-  000 men marching about the country  and agitating we are sure to make an  impression on the authorities in  time. The people themselves will  have a species of grand holiday at the  best season of the year. We are taking our men to all the 'swell' seaside I  -resorts, such as Hastings, Bexhill, '  Brighton and elsewhere, and the process of education is going on* Wherever we go, we find the public sympathetic; though, of course, the police and the authorities are generally  opposed. In London, several prominent persons have already come to  speak from our platform and we think  the plan we have adopted of giving  the worldess men and women a grand  national holiday at the public expense, a very effective way of calling  attention to the unemployed problem."  cf Cod Liver Oil with Hypo  phosphites should always be  kept in the house for the1  following reasons:  First���������Because, if any member  of the family has a hard cold,  it will cure it.  Second���������Because, if the children are delicate and sickly, it  will make them strong and well.  Third��������� Because, if the father  or mother is losing flesh and  becoming thin and emaciated,  it will build them up and give  them flesh and strength.  Fourth��������� Because it "is the  standard remedy in all throat  and lung affections. .'  No household should be without it.        "   Send this advertisement, together with namo  of paper in which it appears, your address and'  four cents to cover postage, and we will send  you a "Complete Handy Atlas of the World."  SCOTT &BOVVNE -  126 Wclllnfiton StreetW., TORONTO. ONT  ~   BEAUTY'S  BACKGROUND.  Lady   Auckland   Has   a   New   Notion  About Houso Furnishings.  -Lady Auckland, who has opened an  antique furniture shop in London, has  a theory that a woman's beauty depends no more on her skin, hair, bearing or even dress than It does on her  background, her surroundings. She  must ,have her house furnished to  match her complexion.  "The paintings of the old masters are  the best guide to artistic'furnishing,"  says Lady Auckland. "They never  made the mistake of picturing a woman with a background that didn't suit  her. coloring. Host modern portrait  painters are wise enough to consider  the sitter's type -when, devising the  background. In a portrait of a woman  I know all the settings are of soft  brown velvets and tawny furs, Just  lighted by the gleam of the gold chair  she sits In and of a tall copper vasp  at her ..>uc. It brought out and yet  harmonized with her eyes and hair.  Yet that woman has the ill taste to  have her drawing rooms furnished In  blue. They don't exactly quarrel with  her coloring, but they make her just  'commonplace. In the picture she Is distinguished simply because of those  tawny browns about her.    ,  "The woman who has Titian red hair  must have a Titianesque background  of soft ruby and gold velvets. The  pastel girl, with her pale golden hair  and light blue eyes, would bo extinguished In a room of warm colors. Settings of pastel blues, pinks or greens,  on the contrary, bring her out and  make her lovely and alluring. It Is  perfectly marvelous ^that women don't  consider their coloring more in furnishing their homos. That's why they need  beauty specialists to do it for them."  "But what are people to do," asked a  listener, "when there are daughters  who differ in their complexions? Shall  papa furnish the drawing' rooms to  suit the pastel daughter or the Titian  daughter? Shall he buy draperies to  'go with' the blond or the brunette?"  "That would be a problem," replied  the beauty specialist  A WOMAN'S INFLUENCE.  Effect It Produced on Her Husband's  Business Affairs.  A delegation of young men lately  waited on their employer's wl-fe with  the oddest request on record. "Yon  see, madam," said the spokesman, "we  want to have a half holiday every Saturday Now, If you will be particularly nice to Sir. Page for a few days  we'll go to him and ask"���������  "Gentlemen," the lady haughtily Interrupted, "do you Imply that I do not  understand what is due to mj husband?"  "Oh, I know all about It, madam,"  the spokesman went on. "I'm married  myself. Things go wrong In the house,  and you're tired and cross at breakfast  Then we suffer at tbe office. You stay  up late to chaperon your daughter at a  ball, and wo have more trouble at the  office. You're a bit cross three mornings , In succession for one reason or  another, and we have a���������s���������terrible  time at the office.  "You see how the matter stands and  how greatly you will oblige us by "being more than usually agreean/e to Mr.  Page for three or four d<iys. The  fourth day give him the best breakfast  you can���������everything that he likes best  ���������and we'll gof what we want In three  minutes.  "Talk about i woman having no Influence in tho business! Why, the hu-'  raor she's In has more effect than a  bank failure or a boom In trade." *    .  She thought sho ought to be angry,  but Instead she laughed and agreed to  the proposition, and four days later  when tliey waited on the head of the  Arm he made the closing hour 12  o'clock and said never in the history  of the firm had things run as satisfactorily as they had during the last four  days.���������London Tit-Bits.  WFOMAND  PATS TRIBUTE  TO THE   GRAND   WORK   DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS ARE DOING.  Fishermen Regard Them as a Boon to  Mankind���������Mr. Frank Banfield tells  How They Cured  his  Backache.  Garnish, Fortune'Bay, Nfld., (Special)���������Among the fishermen here, 'who  through exposure to wet and cold are  subject to those pains and aches  which come from diseased Kidneys,  Dodd's Kidney 'Pills aro looked upon  as a'positive boon lo mankind. They  are never tired of telling how their  Backaches and their Kheumatism vanish before the great Kidney remedy.  Among- many others, Mr. Frank  Banfield, after years of suffering, has  found relief irr Dodd's Kidney Pills,  and 'here is what he is telling his  friends:���������  "I find Dodd's Kidney Pills the best  medicine for Backache I have over  used. I only used two boxes and they  cured me of Backache I had had for  five years. It started through a strain.  My father's back also bothered him,  and he got some relief from one pill  I gave him. They were too precious  to give him more. All persons suffering from Backache should use  Dodd's Kidney Pills."  Why do Dodd's Kidney Pills cure  Backache? Simply because Backache  is Kidney ache, and Dodd's -Kidney  Pills positively cure all Kidney aches  and ills. Thi.s has been proved in  thousands of cases in Canada, If you  haven't used them yourself ask your  neighbors.  AW INSOLENT DOCTOR.  the  ROQUEFORT CHEESE.  Worms in children, if they be not  attended to, cause convulsions and often death. Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator will protect the children from these distressing' afflictions.  Simkirrs���������Oh, sir!   Was that a ban-  ) ana peel you slipped on ?  Crabb���������Did ye think it was a piece  of sandpaper ?���������New York Telegram.  An official of the Department of  Commerce and Labor, who had been  directed by his chief to draw up a  summary of the conclusions of certain distinguished authorities on engineering, met with disaster not long  ago when he had occasion to refer to  certain statements of Mr. A. R. Col-  qrrhoun, the British engineer.  The official had been told that after Mr. Colquhoun's name there  should be placed the letters "M.I.C.  E." (Member of the Institute of Civil  Engineers). "That's easy to remember," the official had said, adopting  an easy system of memorizing. "Al.  I. C. E.' spoils 'mice.'."  This memory system was of little  avail, however, for when the official  handed in his summary the .letters  after Mr. Colquhoun's name were  "R. A. T. S."���������Lippiucott's.  esperaie  Cough  Dangerous coughs. Extremely  perilous coughs. Coughs (hat  rasp and tear the throat and  lungs. Coughs that shake the  whole body. You need a regular medicine, a doctor's medicine, for such a cough. Ask  your doctor about Ayer's  Cherry Pectoral.  A "Tree" Tale.  Many stories have been told concerning Mr. Beerbohm Tree, who has  just given a new interpretation of  Mephistophelcs. The actor-manager's  passion for realism is well known,  arid one day during the rehearsals of  "The Tempest," which, as everyone  knows, opens with,-a gale at sea, 'a  furious storm was'-' actually raging  outside, and gre it gusts of .'wind* and  rain made'themselves heard repeatedly. Mr. Tree was specially anxious  that the opening scene of the play  Bhould be rendered as true to nature  as possible, and time, after time he  made the men "whose duty it was to  suggest to the audience the ungovernable fury of the elements repeat  their efforts. Presently a blinding  flash of lightning, followed by a deaf-  erring peal of thunder, swept through  a narrow window above the scene  dock and illuminated the . stage.  "That's better," announced Mr, Tree,  "but I still think it might bo improved upon." "If you please, sir," observed the master-carpenter, mildly,  "that was a real one."  BABY'S WELFARE  MOTHER'S CHIEF CARE  Every mother is naturally anxious  that her little ones shall be healthy,  good natured and bright. Every  mother can keep her little ones in  this condition if she will give them  an occasional dose of Baby's Own  Tablets. These Tablets cure all  stomach and bowel troubles, break  up colds, destroy worms and make  teething easy. Equally good for the  new born baby or the* well grown  child. Mrs. W. E. Stewart, St. George,  N. B., says:���������"I have used Baby's  Own Tablets for my little ones for  several years arrd have found them  reliable in all emergencies. I cannot  praise the Tablets,too highly." Sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from the Dr." Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Carsone���������So you've been introduced  to the oil magnate's daughter. What  sort of'"a girl is she?  Gebhart���������Gushing!���������Young's Magazine^   ���������  How the  Green   Mold  and  tho  Flavor  Are Produced.  A cheese expert has the following  to say about Roquefort cheese:  "To make Roquefort cheese we must  have the proper raw material���������sheep's  milk. Of course wo have sheep in  America, but.show me a Yankee farmer who would go to the trouble of milking sheep! It Is even too much for  him to milk cows, and it is the standard lamentation of all our farmers  that the boys, even if they stay on the  farm, do not want to do any milking.  Before they do such kird of work they  worrld rather go to a business school or  a college where they study agriculture,  chemistry, etc.  "How is Roquefort cheese cured?  The mold in the cheese is prodrrced by  moldy, breadcrumbs which are ground  to a green dust and mixed in the  cheese curd. The country around  Roquefort is very rocky. The limestone rocks are full of crevices and  caves, which draw In the warm air in  summer, give It out in winter, and vice  versa.  "These caves have been provided by  nature and improved by cellars that  Have' been built in such a way that  these natural currents of warm and  cold air pass through them, where  Roquefort cheese is cured. This Is tho  way that Koqiicfoit-clicese Is"ripened  and pels Its peculiar flavor and character. It is all very well for the scientists to study the chemical proces?  which the cheese is undergoing, but to  produce this process in an artificial  way is another question. Nature is  the best chemist.  'The manufacture of Roquefort  cheese has been tried in America, but  (hi* manufacturers did uot make much  of a success. Xobody manufactures  Roquefort In America at present. We  know of one manufacturer who tried to  make Roquefort cheese of goats' mils.  He boasted especially that he would  rise only the milk of 'imported' goats,  .lust think of the idea! Imported goats  grazing on American pastures were  expected to give better flavored milk  than domestic goats. It Is the climate,  the special soil, atmospheric influences,  etc.. wDich produce the One fragrant  grass. Tbe milk of the cows or goats  or sheep is naturally the product of  the grass they are eating, the water  they are drinking, and neither this nor  tho climate nor the country can be imported to America���������only the product  which the climate or country produces.  That Is why neither the American  Camembert nor Roquefort ever has the  flavor or fragrance of tho Imported article In spite of all the imported goats  or Imported cattle or even of imported  microbes.".  The   Latest  Stationery   Fad.  Don't mark your stationery any  longer with a monogram. That is out  of dale. The latest symbol is the  thumb mark. It is engraved in gold  or silver and has all the value of a  Bertillon mark of identification. Stationers who have introduced this way  of marking use ,the prints in the centre of a correspondence card arrd  about half an inch from tire top to  make them nrost effective. The thumb  i.s sometimes printed in red or blue,  although the metal colors are more  popular.���������New York Sun.  Bicklo's Anti-Consumptive Syrup i.s  agreeable to the taste and is a certain  relief for irritation of the throat that  causes hacking coughs. If used according to directions it will break  the most persistent cold, and restore  the air passages to their normal healthy condition. There is no need to  recommend it to those familiar with  it, but to those who seek a sure remedy and are in doubt what to use,  the advice io���������try Bickle's Synrp.  A Gorman ipeddler rapped timidly  at the kitchen entrance. Airs Kelly,  angry at beirrg interrupted" in her  wash ing, flung open the door, and  glowered at him. N  "Did yez want to see me ? '^ she  demanded in threatening-tones.  The pedlar backed off a few steps.  ."Veil, if 1 did," he assured her  with an apologotio grin, "I got my  vish, thank you."���������Everybody's Magazine.    , 9  Instances of the Rudeness of  Famous Abernethy.  The Duke of Wellington, 'haying  insisted on seeing Dr. Abernethy'out  of his usual hours and abruptly entering his room, was asked _ by the  doctor how he got in. "By that door,"  was the reply. "Then," said Abernethy, "1 recommend you to make  your exit by the same way." He refused to attend George IV. until he  had delivered liis lecture at the hospital, in consequence of which he  lost a naval appointment. To a lady  who complained that on holding her  arm over her head she felt pain he  said, "Then what a fool you must be  to hold it up 1" He was fond of calling people fools. A countess consulted him,- and he offered her somei  pills, when she said she could never  take a pill. "Not take a pill. What  a fool you must be!" was the courteous reply.  'A .farmer of immense bulk came  from a distance to consult him, and,  having fiver, an account of his daily  meals, which showed an immense  amount of animal food, Abernethy  said: "Go away, sir! I won't attempt to prescribe for such a hog!"  A loquacious lady he silenced by telling her to put out her tongue. She  having done so, "Now keep it there  till I have done talking," said Abernethy. A lady having brought her  daughter, he refused to prescribe lor  her, but told tho mother to let the  girl take exercise. Having received  his guinea, he gave the shilling to  the mother and said, "Buy the girl a  skipping rope as you go along."  When the Duke of York consulted  him he stood whistling, with his hands  in his pockets, arrd the duke said,  "I suppose you know who I am?"  "Suppose I do," was the uncourtly  reply. "What,of that?" To a gentleman who consulted him for an ulcerated throat and wanted him to look  at it he said, "How dare you suppose  that I would allow you to blow your  stinking, foul breath in my face?"  But sometimes he met a Tartar.  A gentleman who could not succeed  in getting the doctor to listen to liis  case suddenly locked the door, put  the key in his pocket and took out a  loaded pistol. Abernethy, alarmed,  asked if he meant to murder him.  No. He only wanted him to listen to  his case and meant to keep him a  prisoner till ho did. The patient and  surgeon afterward became great  friends.  Repeat it:���������"Shiloh's Cure will  always cure my coughs and colds."  "She used to think women should  dress like men."  "What caused her to change her  opinion?"  "She found out how little men's  clothes cost."���������Houston Post.  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in  cows.  BOOMERANG  INVENTIONS.  Diagnosis.  ���������"tVlien your thoughts won't turn.  And your gig-lamps burn.  And tlie*tip of your nose is red,  And there's no dry reef  In your handkerchief,  And your comfoits all have fled;  When you cough and sneeze,  And your proboscis  Is minus the sense of smell,  And a beer tastes good  As a ricky would,  So far as your taste can tell;  V?hen a good cigar  And a stogie are  Alike In their rich bokay;  When your throat Is parched,  And your temper starched,  And your nose just runs away���������  That's hay fever.  -Buffalo Now*.  To Strengthen  W* publlah our fonmiL.  9  W������ bnnlih tloohol  from our mtdlofnsa  Vf������ ur������������ you to  ooniultyour  dootor  Insane Solicitor's Client.  A solicitor who is an inmate of the  Somerset Lunatic Asylum at Cotford,  England, has written to the Taurrto  guardians, asking thern to release  unother inmate, who, he declares,.is  sane. In referring the matter to the  modical officer recerrtly the chairman  said "that it was the first time he had  ever heard of a lunatic applying for  mother's roleoao.  Burial of Sir John Moore.  The city of Corutmn, whore Sir John  Moore was killed. Is n seaport at the  entrance to the estuary of tlio Mcro  river, 315 miles northwest of Madrid.  The famous poem by Charles Wolfe  Is a misrepresentation of the scene of  the burial, for Mooro was not burled  at night with "our lanterns dimly  burning," but In tho early morning of n  rainy day, and the assemblage of Eng-  Repeat  it: ���������"ShtlohV Cure will always  cure   my coughs   and   colds."  Sister Smoot ���������.IV, little Claudie  Shinpaw is an anger now.  Brother Digger ��������� Yas'nr. He ett  przorred fly paper arrd floo!���������Pvck.  Minard's Liniment Cures  Diphthoria.  "My observation," said the sage,  "leads me to the conclusion that the  more wealth one gives away the more  wealth one has."  "It's just exactly the same way  with .kisses," murmured orro of his  listeners, a demure little ..miss who  was sitting by. a big man with a beard.  ���������Detroit Free Press.  Clisthenes Introduced the custom/ of  ostracism aud was the first to be banished thereby. ���������  Matthew Hopkins, the witch finder,  was himself tried by his own tests  and put to death as a wizard.  Ludovlco Sforza, who Invented the  iron shroud, was the first to suffer  death by tbisliorrible torture.  Perillos, who invented the brazen  bull for Thalarls, tyrant of Agrigen-  tum, was the first person baked to  death In tho horrfble monster.  The Regent Morton of Scotland, who  Invented the maiden, a sort of guillc-,  tine, was the first to be beheaded thereby.   This was in .the relgu of Queen  Elizabeth.  The bishop of Verdun, who Invented  the Iron cages, too small to allow the  person coulined In them to stand ur/-  right <?r lie at full length, was the  first to be shut up in one.  The perriere was an Instrument for  throwing stones of a,000 pounds In  weight, and the Inventor fell a victim  to his owu invention by the accidental  dlscliari'o of a perrlero against a wall.  MAKE NERVE FORCE FROM RICH  RED   BLOOD,  AND   BANISH  DISEASES OF NERVES  WITH   .  s  The   "Father"   of  the   Congress.  A prominent layman at the recent  Church Congress in England was Earl  Nelson, whose constant attendance at  the congress over a long period of  years makes him one of the fathers  of that institution. In spite of his  84 years Lord Nelson is extremely  active, and takes a keen interest in  religious and philanthropic enterprises. He enjoys the distinction of  having held his title in three different reigns. In fact, Lord Nelson came  into the title so long ago that he is  irequently confused with the hero of  Trafalgar. A poor - old woman was  once taken to church to see tho present earl, 0.V.A the friend who was with  her was at great pains to describe his  lordship's appearance beforehand.  "Oh," exclaimed Jie old lady, "you  needn't tell me all tLjt. I shall know  him directly I set eyes on him." "In-  dood I" said, the other.l "And pray  how will you recognize him.'"' "Why,  by' his one eye an' one' irm, of  course," replied the dame.   v  The Best He Could Do.   "'������ ...  There used to be an eccentric W._  dividual in Maine who was never'  known to express an opinion on any  subject. Being called as a witness in  a lawsuit to testify concerning the  reputation of the defendant, the lawyers on both sides failed to obtain a  direct answer to any of the questions and ' finally appealed to the  court.  [Regarding the man** sternly, the  judge said in his most impressive  tones:, "Witness, I am going to ask  you a question, and I want you to  give me a direct answer. Is the defendant a good man?"  "Them that likes him says he is;  them that don't says he ain't," was  the reply.  Still   Useful.  A small girl, lost at Coney Island,  was kindly cared for at the police  station until her parents should be  found. The matron, endeavoring to  keep the child contented, had given  her a candy cat, with which she  played happily all day.  At night the cat had disappeared,  and the matron inquired if it had  been lost.  "No," said "the little maid. "I  kep' it most all day. But then it got  so dirty I was 'shamed to look at U,  so I et it."  As  More Than a Hint.  a. gentleman   was   having  his  Any good doctor will tell you that a medi  cine Tike Ayer's Cherry Pectond cannot   IUuij ������������s, mm mv u���������  do Its best work It the bowels are con- | UhIi officers round the grave was dis-  !2Mli������' h ������.^2Ur l0Ct0.r L,:,l?e.know' I Porse(1 ������y ������cnvy nrtlllury fire from the  ���������iu*.b/������h4j.<j. j������.,co..iow.lLitav-    I ln* the P01*080 ������' ������>e satberintf.  A Busy Man.  The ucxtoti peeled potatoes for  His wife, and peeled them welL      ���������  Ha then peeled oft* his Jacket and  Began to peal the bell.  ���������Pittsburg Poet.  Getting In Line.  Tou never havo won a medal for  bravery, have you?" sho'Bnoered.  "No," ho replied, "but I'm going to  earn ono right now. Will you bo my;  wife?"~Brownlng*s Magazine.  Tommy's First Voyage.  "Pa," said Ilttlo Tommy  Just to rnlso a mmpuo,  "Docs tho captain put on boxing glovea  Wlien ho goes to box tho compass r"  ���������Now Orleans Tlme3-Domocra,t,  Nerve force, like electricity, is hard  to explain. ;  One thing is certain. Nerve force  can only be created from rich, red  blood. -  Make the blood right and you cure  diseases of the nerves, such as headache, indigestion, sleeplessness, irritability, weakness of the bodily organs, prostration and partial paralysis.  This is theNjnly way actual cure  can possibly be' brought about and  because Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Food  is a great blood buildei it accomplishes wonderful results in the cure  of diseases of the nerves.  Mrs. Nooran, 19 Sullivan street,  Halifax, N. 8., writes:���������  "My daughter was troubled last  spring and summer with tired, listless feelings. She seemed to have no  energy, was very pale, had no appetite, and became very nervous and  weak. We were much.alarmed about  her, as nothing seemed to do her any j  good. It was not long, howevar, after  beginning the use of Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food until we began to see n  marked improvement in her condition.  Her color got hotter, she gained in  weight and vigor, and her whole system seemed to be. built up. Sho is  quite well now, and we join in strongly recommending Dr. Chaso's Nerve-  Food."  The old saying that "an ounce of  prevention is worth a pound of cure"  is, nowhere so applicable as in diseases  of the nerves, and there was never  so effective a preventive as Dr, Chase's  Norvo Food, This is boing proven  ovory day in thousands of casp.  Portrait and signature of A. W.  Chase, M.D., the famous Receipt Book  author, on ������very box. 60 cents at  all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates &  Co., Toronto.  luncheon in the coffee room of a  small hotel he was much annoyed by  another visitor, who during the whole  I meal stood with his back to the fire.  1 warming himself and  watching him  partake of his repast.    ^  At length, unable to endure it any  longer, he rang the bell and said:  "Waiter, kindly turn that gentleman  round. I think he is done on that  Bide."  The hint was taken.  Discarded Papers.  In Belgium the railroads have a  systematic method of collection of  newspapers left in tliD cars, and the  papers are afterward turned to account. The year's collection, it is  said, amounts te 100,000 kilograms or  about 100 tons. After being reduced  to pulp the paper is remanufactured  into rough paper for waybills of the  state lines, and the tickets are also  said to be obtained from the old  newspapers.  Ingenious Arthropod.  "Hurry up there 1" shouted Noah  to the centiped.  "Well, I'm just about all in," remarked the clever animal, making  use of a play upon words.  A Bad Habit.  "No," growled .Ilgsby, "I don't like  that coat at all.   I don't want it."  "But," protected the tailor, "the only  trouble with It is that It's to* largo for  you. I can alter It���������make It nmallor  for you."  "If you do that you'll merely con  tract a bud habit, that's all."  Vigorous Talk.  DIggs���������Smith's   wife   Is   deaf   and  dumb.   rticgs-Does she talk with her  fingers?    biggs-1  think  so.    Smith j  hasn't a dozen hairs left In his hood.  ITfiOSTS YOU NOTHING  TO TRY GIN PILLS  Write for Sample Borr^Free i������  You Mention this Paper.   '  If you have Kidney or Bladder  Trouble, Pain in the Back, Swollen,  Hands and Feet, Kheumalisni, Sciatica.  or Lumbago, wo want you to try Gin  Pills at our expense. Just mention thab  you saw our free offer in -this paper -  and ask for a sample of Gin Pills. Wo  will send it to you free of charge. Wo  know that Gin Pills will .help/ your.-  trouble���������and cure you. '    "  i  ��������� Being a sufferer from my Kidneys and ,  Dizziness in the head, and'could get  nothing to help me, I saw in the papers '  what good Gin Pills were doing, I gofj  a sample' box and they did me so much,  good I bought three boxes and am taking  tliem. _They have worked wonders on  ���������me. I recommend them to any similar,  sufferer.    GEO. A. BROWN, Hamilton.  Sit down right now and write us for  the free samplo box so you can test Gin  Pills yourself. Mention this paper.  , Gin Pills are sold by dealers all over  Canada or direct at 50c a box���������0 foij  $2.50. Dept.N.U.,NationaI Drug & Chem������  ical Co., Limited, Toronto. 119.  $5.00  1 HE gift that combines beauty'  and usefulness is naturally the  most pleasing.  rOUCH a gift would be this  '^ Carving Set shown here. ��������� The  set consists of the carving knife,  fork and sharpening steel.'    t .  1 HE   handles   are   genuine  Bu'ckhorn and contain the  finest   Sheffield   hand   forged  steel blades.     Enclosed in a-  velvet lined case  $5.00  V/UR catalogue is yours for  the asking.  Ryrie Bros.  LIMITED  134-136-138 Yonge St.  TORONTO  ,i '-,W  -*<*# i  If everything else-in the  house did its share of  the work as well as  ?������]  |?9  veryK. . ' women would  m-mjfwatn>- .'"e housework.  ''BlackTfflSrafts^V>es away  with the^fflmfijjjgfrLing  rubbing and *f  shines quicklj  hottest fire can't  bright, fresh polish.  Always ready for use for"  Stoves, Grates and other  Ironwork.  It's.the best polish and tbe  biggest can for the money.  Send dealer'* name and 10c  far full die can If you csn't  get "Black Xalcht" in your  lown.  *������    '    B  IY  jr-Ti  Sfaniield's  Unslirinkable  VMemesF  lor Women  is a luxury, as well as  af"winter necessity.  It holds its shape with  unwrinkled" grace ��������� and  always fits perfectly,  because it is absolutely  unshrinkable.  Stanficld's Underwear  comes in 3 winter weights  ���������and all sizes from 22  to 70 inch bust measure.  At all dealer's, 146  -���������������������������/  W.   N/U.   No.   715.  .������,.���������������������������������������������������  1MM. f ;i :���������:���������> i(.-'.C''f ��������� -v  is  ^���������v--^-"^^^.���������.^^  ���������n^Wi**^^  ^jijj^j-;:'.\i,,..U;cp^  ^������������������iK  THE    LEDGE,     GREENWOOD,    BRITISH     COLUMBIA.  <:.,  .*V^        . -7W,������f*a.-������J.  i-  1  l.  ?:-,  u  ?���������-.  ii'-.T'  f  l^^JB^^^^^  (V  1 iamonus make lasting Christmas  have ti vorv laroc assortment to select from.  gilt-  US  52?  Good Quality,  $10   to   8250,  cording to size.  Tie Pins, $30 to $150.  Urooches, .������lf> to $150.  Also n   large line  of loose stones, mounted  order.    'Phone. (!tf.  ������0  JU  'lack, the Jeweler P  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, B C , and tlie price is Js a year,  postage free to all paits of Canada, and  Great Britain., To the United .States and  other countries it is sent postpaid for  $:\50 a year. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood, B, C. '  R. T. LOWERY.  PUBLISHER.  GREENWOOD  B.   C,   DEC. HI, r9oS.  PHOENIX, R 0. jS  ������&  fj Q3^tt-QttGm������c&QQo&������m&we������������Q&mM������9@9&w99@w������@GQ������G  y  9  ������  W  8  <9  0  s  ������  5}  ���������9  ew anc  Hand Store  I'oi'kiT.  Knives,   Tnhli!  Knives,  Ciirviri','   Knives in Sets, Plated  "Ware,     Scissois    nnd    Shears.  Moat; Choppers, Carpet Sweepers  Killes, or any other article you  can imagine,  Ross-    Never  mind,   Bill m������y gel  one of another kind in due time.  A blue mark here indicates that  your   Subscription   has  become   deceased,   and ���������  that the.  editor   would  oi'f:o more like  to  commune witli  your collateral.  A.  Sewing Machines, Guns and  think or dream of.  ITE,   'PHONE 1B,  a^e&Q&^^ftc-x---^'^^^  I mc  more, you  iTi'iiv you liave.  give  HWfiy   the  Greenwood. The most durable and stylish cutters, sleighs and  carriages in tlie Boundary. Turnouts furnished with or without  drivers. Prompt service day or night. Dray ing to any part of  the f'itv or country.  i\  o  b.  ^^^7^W^SlS^^S^SS^^^^S^^mi^Sf^si^i^xsats?imiBi^m7i\  IN THE WINDSOP-'dOTEL.  Everything is of the best at this coTe, as we Lead while others  Follow. Tt makes no difference wlsat you ordei"���������steaks, chops,  eggs, bacon, Irani, cutlets, chick--,,, etc., we have the high grade  goods. No shut-down, and t.J key to the door. Just the place  to eat at any hour of the dry or night. Drop in and introduce  the inner man to our gasri'onomical delicacies.  toward lfloore, Proprietor.    >  w^W-i^M^t  f!&������������������SQ^*-  ������  ���������������sas^-saos  !AS CHEER  TiiKin-:. is not a single copy of  the Mazzarino bible in H. C.  Monkv cannot talk much, hut it  is au adept at saying farewell.  .Duui.vi; 1900 let us all boost for  Greenwood and put our ads in tlie  pa-pers.    Tiiiiiii--; is still a lack of sanity in  some quarters over the observance  of Christmas.  .  Piiori.K are prone to believe  more in the depravity of a child  t-lia-n its divinity.  Evkuv day just now the sun is  cutting down the profits of the  Standard Oil company.  Tnr, Prince. .Rupert Empire will  not be to blame if that city does  not become a dry town.  Santa Ci.Ars is much stn*il]s?i*  than he was a week, ago, probably  hardly as big as Jack Johnson.  Tin-: Golden Star has doubled in  size lately and looks as though it  had struck 10-ounee diggings.  A.v effort is to be made in England to talk with the dead. Pahaw!  we did that years ago in Victoria.  Wiswill give a year's subscription for the nearest guess to Canada's population at the next census.  T.\ Spokane tliey are selling eggs  by weight, whilo in nnuiy parte of  B. C. they are still selling them by  tlie case.  Owing to the serious illness of  his father John Mulhern went east  on Monday. D. Gillis will fill liis  place during his absence.  Tiikuk are two lady barbers in  LTosmer, arrd some of the bald-  headed male citizens get their haircut about three times a week.  Ex pruts say that love is a kinr1  of lunacy and can be cured by  working the left side of the body.  Tn that case a young man snU'erinr*  from the, dementia might cure i  by playing left field with a base  ball team.  Lvdia was won by the sword air'  can only be retained by the same  Instrument, as the pen .has litth'  influence with the natives, Tt 'v  said that corporate greed is largely  responsible for the "present nneas'.--  conditipn in India.  Tins ballot should be mightii'i"  than the sword. It is a bloodies-"  way of settling disputes, but wln'ii  its fiat is not respected then mii'l  pme the clash of arms, and physical force strive to usurp the throm*  of mental revolution.  Titosic TToosier girls are Strang'*.  One. of 1 hem recently failed to turn  up upon .the evening set for* hrr  wedding, because she wanted to attend a, dan.ee. However, as sb"  married Ihe grief-stricken groom  the next day, all is well so far.  CuitiS'i'.MAS has come and goi.i'  for* anotl-er* year. Tt is the. mo t  joyous time of the year, simply b ���������-  cause the, people open'their hear rs  and give unto each other soni'1-  thing. If they would keep it in  during the. year the world wou'd  be much happier.  flSTThiuk of Real "Rose Hatpins, Hand-painted .China,  Cut  Glass, Silver.Tea Sets, Silver -Emit   Baskets,'Cake  '   '  Baskets, Bread Trays, Butter Dishes,. Watches,  Watch Chains, Watch Fobs. Clocks, Rings,  Cuff Buttons, Brooches, Diamonds, etc..     .  WATCHMAKERS  General Merchants, Midway, Bi 0.  Hay and Grain always  on*'-hand/ -Sleighs  and ."  ' Wagons aiid Implements  .- of,all kinds .'carried.in  stock,  goods  ' The  at  right  very  best',  prices/.,  WiiivN" Henry Irving, the greit.  aclor, was ill Ellen Terry told him  that lie must, be careful, as it w t������  heart trouble that ailed him.  "Fiddle!" said Sir Henry, "i.'s  not my heart; it's my breath"'  To which Kllen silently sai-1 :  "Oh, the ignorance of great men !"'  'Wf. notice by the Creston review that Mike, a big dog in tl.-it  town, has been worrying a call".  This is rather a serious state'of  affairs in a growing town, and we  suggest that.Mike be captured and  introfiiiced to the open end of a.  six-shooter. The calves in this  province must be protected.  With.k digging a tunnel for t'-e  waterworks under Toronto l.**v  human footprints were found ;n  tho clay at a depth of 70 feet. According to geology these footprints  were made at least .r)0,000 ye- rs  ago, so it would appear that C-n-  ada bad inhabitants in the dim .���������<��������� d  distant past. What will be fou d  in Toronto fif^OOO years from now ?  her a lift. Mary gladly accepted  his offer and they chatted pleasantly*  all the way to tlie farm gate.  "Thank you, sir," she said as-  she g"*t down.  " Don't mention if, Mary. Don't  mention it," he  told   her politely.  " No, [ won't." Mary obligingly  assured him.  Silver has  been   discovered  far from Halifax, N. S. ���������' '  not  Pictures  from. 10  ccs.'up at the  New Art Store.  Wlddowson, Assayer, Nelson, B, C.  Russ Thompson and Miss Emily  Brynes, both of New Denver, were  married in Enderbv last week.  Hon. h\ J. Kulton has  pointed commissioner of  British Columbia.  been ap-  iuncls for  .JCJ  '   " ," ��������� nklson.-b. g.' ',. *" '  '_'.'��������� wholesale   ���������_.        :  '-' ' '   ���������' dealers ^nu.-^ -.  Produce '-"-and 'Provisions  Frank Fletohfciv.- ������������������  >Pro_yin'ciai/Land Survisvor,  Nelson, B. C.  Maxv  . - .-i- Dawson's 20-year old Liquet-.  Johnnie Walker's 12-year-old Kilmarnock.  Jas. IJeimessy's Three Star Brand v.  J. W. Bnrmester's "lloyal" Port"  G onzalez  Byass y Ca. "Christina" Sherry  Andrew Usher's Grand Old Bighland Whiskey."  Burgandics, Clarets, etc.  a  NWOOD LIQUOR  00.  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B. C.  apgratfj:M-'g5E!a*Br������gsa^^  I Beer, Porter, Soda Water  Are our three Specialties.   Our  House   is   the   largest   in   the  new Brew  Boundary.  | Phoenix = Brewing = Co.  $ (Limited.)  T3 -      *  ������ The Pride of Western Canada. Phone 138, Greenwood  ������SS2iS;iS������fl  EBraajffl^EEaESSKaeBM mtMrnj^Mn^q^iii^rfi  a good resolution, born  in good faith upon New Tear's  Day, will be deatl and buried before the bear  wakes  up February,  Uv a society item in the Michel  Reporter we notice that Joe Connors and his papoose have been in  that town entertaining their friends  Pkoi'lk who turn over a new  leaf this week have the satisfaction  of knowing that there are many  clean unspotted pages in front of  them.  Ii-- yon are a merchant do not  keep your light- under a bushel.  Put an ad in the papers so that all  the world can see what you are  doing.  It would be "belter" for those  who work and the business people  if large companies would pay theif  men once a week, or at least twice  a month.  Is New York there are on deposit in the banks more than four  billions of dollars. Little wonder  that some of us aro shy a few millions heiein Greenwood.  Tn Fernie. the Ledger and F ee  Press are firing paper bullets at  oiioh oili-si- in a merry war. nvi>r  labor, and the end is not yet. .0- <t  here in the, Boundary there i; a  bloodless chasm, dividing the ti ul  between the. Phoenix Pioneer and  Grand Forks Sun offices, while t he  little, snowbirds aro singing something about peace and goodwill to  all mankind.  Is the best furnished hotel in the Boundary  district. It 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 Cafe  at any hour, clay or night.  McClung &  Goodeve,   Propr's.  .rlington  Copper St., Greemvood  Irii t tho best brands of  and Cigars. Morning  and evening high-balls  always within easy reach of the  bat-keep.    Xicely furnished rooms.  C, A. Derripsey, Prop.  None  Liquors  bracers  TO   DKI.INQI'KNT  GO-OWNISK8  To .1.1'. .HyeraOmyJonil to tho Kslnto of tlio  Info,!ml/,., r.ramy.oi- to v/lionwoovur thoy  limy imvo trmisfi-n-erf tliolr liitoi'o.it.i In thi,  .Icniiy I* motion Minimi (Jlaini.HUiiiitml In  OMilwood cum*), CI recti wood   MIiiIiil- Hi.  vision of Vnlo District, n, o,  Vou nro liomliy uotlllnii tlntfc r have i'������iiendi'il  Mwinioi. tliu iiliovo mliMTiilcliili 1.1 n I  Im  w Jiiii l������d.iyn from tlio d.ilo . ft In  it/ ���������   n,'  full or reriwo lo ('.inrrll.ni,. your  "r',wrV onof  tlio iiljpvf. iniiiit oiicd   M.iiiAtowi ,���������;'Zi     th  i* aim  will hncoiiii! tliu  rtlKnod  midfr Sootlon  Ainoiiilniuiit Act, Iwki,  Nuvoiiiberfi, ivm.  projiortv or tliu tuidor-  ���������l of i      '"���������  Gijkknwoou should havo a reading club. For a small yearly assessment from a goodly number of  readers quite a large library could  be bought and maintained.  Is the Christian world it is safe  to say that more eating and drinking is done upon Christmas Day  than upon any other day of the  year, and less upon the following  day. __ ������  Two editors who are walking  from Quebec to Vancouver have  got a little west of Calgary. The  exctiBe they: give for the trump is  that they are writing up the  country.  Bkcaush a carload of pork passed  through Orient on its way to  Greenwood, the Journal wants to  know if the Boundary is on the  hog. Just the reverse, the hog is  on the Boundary.  Thk Great Northern agent at  Bridesville was heldup and robbed  of S.'J a short time ago. This will  give Jim Hill another chance to  roar ubotit hard times aud the insecurity of railway stocks,  Tjib Craubrook Herald says thai.  the appointment of Tom Taylor as  Tins oldest man in the woild  died in Russia a short time ago  aged .180 years. He was 37 years  old when the battle of Wateiloo  was fought and forty years after  that he took part in the Crinr-ni  war. He was a bachelor, wl.i-'h  may account for his longevity, -*l-  though it is difficult to understand  how n man can live so long in si.ch  a bomb country as Russia. ���������  Tiii-uk is no satisfaction in elms--  ing material things. Everything  material fades away and becomes  like Dead Sea fruit. He w) ose  mind does not rise above the d !=s  of mundane affairs will.have m.i*iy  moments in which he will ci'i'-e  his fellow man, himself and i.is  God. So it is better to throw t'i it  which is base into the sump of oblivion, and seek to dwell in ihe  ethereal realm of good deeds and  thoughts.  Jim FJii.i. is of the opinion thit  the Western States need 75 .'-00  more miles of railway and that 'lie  work should be done-within live  years. Tie also says that the public are too hard in their dem.-ids  upon railroads, and that 10 ;'cr  cent, added to the present fn ijit  rates .would relieve the railvays  from the present shorts and.. h.'lp  the entire country. Jim uii^ht  build into Greenwood if freight  rates ascend the scale.  Ed. Atheiton, formerly   of  San  don, has charge of a bankrupt stock  of goods   in   Rnderby, which he is  handling for the creditors.  Neil - TMf'Fadden has removed  from Fairview to Princeton.  A readingclub has been formed  in Keremeos with a membership  fee of 83.  iledley is on the water wagon.  The, aqua-puni. has been turned out  of the flume, and town water pipes.  Iledley will be represented by an  ore exhibit at the exposition in  Seattle next year.  The Hedley Gazette says that  the tunnel- on the Kingston has  broken* through the .'dyke and  found ore behind it.  John Bunyan and Miss Lyla  Fuller were married in Nelson at  5:45 a. m. Christmas morning.  The Manilla and Seattle saloons  in Republic were robbed a few days  ago. A man -named Chris. Vane  has been arrested in connection  with these robberies.  J. C. McDonnell's residence west  of Molson, was burned down a few  days ago.  Near Orient a sfalnp mill and  concentrator is being installed at  tho Enstor Sunday.mioG. - - ���������  George Olson has started work  on the Kettle river marble quarries-.  Another rich strike of gold ore  has been made upon the fifth level  of the First Thought at Orient.  A large force of men are to be  put to work next month upon the  Lone Star, hear Danville.  For Christinas and New Year  holidays the Cauadian Pacific rail-  announces a rate of fare and one-  third for the, round trip. Tickets  on sale for Christmas December 21,  22, 23, 2-i,-find 25 ; for New Year,  December 2S, 29, 30 and 31 aud  January 1, final return limit on  all tickets January 5," 1909.  Charles Dunbar, at one. time a  mining promoter in the Siocan, is  said to have made ������ 100,000 by the  sale of 1.000 feet of water frontage  he owned on False creek in Vancouver. /  "When you wand a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble "\V*-*r-fc-w. Nelson, B. C."       *  .Tobaccos, Pipes, and all other  Smokers' supplies. ' Next door  to Pacific hotel.-   -  JAS. DRUfl  The lid is to be put on tight in  Revelstoke and everything evil  banished from the city.  Mr. and Mrs.' A, B\ Trites of  Fernie will leave next month on a  trip'to Japan.  In Rossland .development work  has commenced upon the 1750-foot  level of the Le Roi.  John Bailey and Miss Laura  Whelan were married in Kelowna  a few days ago.  Clans Spreckels, the sugar king,  died in 'Frisco last Saturday, leav-  850,000.000 to his children.  The Ledge, 82 a year.  '       MERCHANT TAILOR  Clothes Cleaned,-Pressed and  -Repaired.    Agent for *  BSaihe Bros'  Ordered Clothing.  assaying"  Colli, Silver and Copper.  Uucli 5()c.  tG, G. WKST, 5."i0 ltlchurds St.   VAXCOUVKR, IJ, C.  otel....  THEri^  Job Printing at The Ledge.  The Columbia cigar is a large  and free-smoking cigar. It is sold  in all mountain towns and made in  Nelson.  Mainland  ... Cigar  Is smoked in every camp, town,  city and hamlet in British Columbia. It is made -in Vancouver by  Wm. Tietjen and sold on the  road by  Nat Darling.  . GreenTjuood, B. C.  The oldest hotel iu the city, and still  under the same management.- Rooms  comfortable, meals equal-to anv in the  city, and the bar sppplies only the best.  Comer of Greenwood unci Government  streets.  \     J; W. kelson  BSyGentlemen, Do you like your  clothes to Fit Y'ou? Suits and  Overcoats $15 to ������50, Tailor made,  to fit you. Union Label.- Absolute and'unconditional satisfaction  guaranteed. It costs nothing to try  WM. WALLACE  WINNIPEG AVE., GRAND FORKS  NELSON; B. C.   *  Now Under Old and Original  Management.  E. E. PHAIR   -   -   MANAGER  Tiiehk are 53 Sundays this \< ur  and it will be HOyears before (hat  will occur again. By that time the  big tunnel will be finished at  Greenwood, the smelter running  at Boundary Falls and the-brinks  will be advertising in this leading  excitement, but we will be p-filing clouds with the angels or blowing a horn in the celestial orcbe*-l-a,'  accompanied by most of the pioplo  who at present breathe aud. eat  their daily porridge amid the g'dri-  ous atmosphere that blows an mid  the copper-touched hills of. the  famousJBotmdary country.   .  To Our  Customers  O 3 O O  EHOLT, B. C.  First-class    meals-  and   rooms.  Railroad men, miners  and  others  will find  a  pleasant  home at this  hotel. The bar contains fragrant  cigars and the most popular beverages of the day. -  N. LUSE, PROPRIETOR  ono. P.  In Phoenix D. J. Matheson has  the agency for nearly all the '.icst  life, fire and accident insurance  companies. He. also insures plate  glass, arid if you are looking for  insurance drop him a line with  particulars of what you want,  Sho Would Keep It Dr. k.  A Scotch parson, still on the  underside of forty, was driving  home from an outlying hnm'.ot  when ho overtook a young woman.  He recognized her us the maid of  (f or Mr ������\������ ?PPO������������;.uei,t of Tom Taylor as He recognizer her as ffi " a f  if-i utn.ni ,ct ...n.sero works was a lemon in all work at a farm vvhic.hoWo,d  ���������ioiWLOOV. -It-he   Christmas   stocking   of   .Bill I para, bo ho pulled np aid ofiV ed  The partnership of White Bros..  Druggists aud Opticians is to be  dissolved in January, when Mr.  R. C. G. : White.'will retire from  the business.  In order to materially reduce  our stock before that time we offer  you on cash sales a discount of 25  per cent, on the following lines of  superior goods':  Leather Goods, Fancy Goods,  Rubber Goods, Trusses; Brushes,  from Brush-Sets to Children's  Tooth Sets.        -  :  Perfumes���������Roger and Gallet,  Pivert, Dufort, Crown Perfumery,  Seely's and Colgate's.  Toilet Articles-Atomizers, Manicure Bets and Instruments, Razors  and Strops, Mirrors, ; Sponges,  Combs, and soap,-; in greit'variety.  Snow-drift Cold Cream 15 cents,  two for 25 cents.  Yours Very Truly,  WHITE BROS.  fiemmaffketHotel  Is the home-for all tourists  aud millionaires visiting New  Denver.   British J Columbia.  HENRY   STEGE.   PROPH.  nelson, B. 0.  WELLS, 15. XOMKIXS.I  -Pi*oprii>tnr. Maiiiigor.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. Finest lavatories in B. O. First-class,  bar and barber shop.'  'Bus meets all trains.  }���������'  ^ Hegular monthly meetings of  r^r r-Jri'eawo������d *������dge No. 28, A. F.  %V* & A. M., arc held on tho first  H. BUNTING  CONTRACTOR  1   ESTIMATES  j GIVEN.  I Dealer in all kinds of Rough  | and Dressed Lumber, Win-'  j dows, Doors, Shingles, Brick,  | Cement, etc..  | Shop Phone, 65.  I Lumber Yard Phone, 20  KASLO  HOTEL  KASLO B. C,  ..Is a comfortable homo for all  who travel to that city.  COCKLE & PAP WORTH.  Thursday in each month in Fraternity hall, Wood block, Government  streot, Greenwood. Visiting brethren  are cordially invited to attend.  ���������JAS, 3.' ItrUNIK."Seorotiiry,  WE- tM ��������� Wroonwobd Miners''���������  ���������    ��������� -, .       *' ��������� M., meets every  Saturday overling in Union Hall, Copper street, Greenwood, at 7:80.  Also in hair at  Mother Lodo u-ino  I* ridav evenings at 7:80.  GEO, HEATHERTON, Secretary.  *^m*^ tammt i.  m Pacific fioKl...  Is under tho iiranageiiieifrof Greig-  & Morrison. The-JlooniB are Comfortably furnished, nnd the bar contains the beat brands of wines,  liquors and cigars,  CIK Pacific #afe.>.  Is the best-appointod Restaurant in  .     tho  interior of British Columbia.  Tbo best cooks and 'most attentive "IS  waiters only employed. Open all tlio   f  ������  time.  Mits. Giusrri, Piioi'iuuTium  Tlie Hotel Siocan  rhrcc.Forks, B.C,Ih the leadinif  hotel of the city. Mountain trout  and game dinners a. specialty.  Booms reserved by telegraph.  ���������Huoh 'Miyen, Prop  Psuz


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