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 r>  ;;-  Frederic W.  'cLaine'  Mining and Real Est 'e .Broker.  Estates Managed aad Lruns Made."  Local and District Land Agent Canadian Pacific Railway. Stocks and  Shares a Specialty. Greenwood,B.C.  ]t.    -.   Its fisheries and  lumber  ���������->���������   Ihe vast  territory  of ai  tural land between Edmonto  the coast which  will  be tributary  Tr.   ��������� -       >      . It0 Ifc*    %���������   The shorter* route  be-  ������lis Honor Judge Brown is hold- tweon Europe and the Orient; which  rt in  Grand  Forks t,ie 0ran<*- Trunk Pacific will have  ������ee������0698fe5������������wc������9e������B������9������wt  5||British .Columbia CoppeFcofflpa!iy;  ing county court  to'day.-  JFrank Fletcher".   :'  I'uovixotAr, Land Suiivbyok,  Nelson, *B. 0.  lussdl-Law-Caiilffeld Co., ltd  Hardware, Groceries, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.  r  ��������� i t  v'i R*  STAGE  'ssmssss:  3ffiSSSEES53^i  I  Arriving in and leaving  Greenwood have headquarters at  7  'S  erne?  Cigar -Store  f Pipes, Cigars, Cigarettes and   , Tlie ?js,,0P of N������w Westmin-i  \        Tobaccos'- to    suit   vnn,.-     S,       ,wiil   co'wernle   St.   Judo's  as,compared with competing trans'  Rev. M. D. McKeo'is altendiaelfUtlnentaI   Iines"      Tfcwi11   ������ako  fi'mrfnr, nf ������.��������� !,-._..TerLfl,Bg I Bomo years   to   bring this about,  3S four or five or* even more'  , A, n a���������n. , a j j*-������*-=> before constriretion  is  com  i' A. G. Sutton,  of drand Forks,   pleted.     Lois   jn   1������lince bRln!f  otal administrator; WM in the  will probably be put onX rnX  city this week attending court. about . A u������ust   1st.      At   ���������  A coup]-"   '-     ' lf.iw...������i    -i.--..   - .   i   .  vation Ar  week   sol    their rescue work.  The Omul Fork* intermediate  hookey (earn were over here this  week a-Ml negotinted a, tie with the  local inleiinedialori.  J- 11, Jackson of.'Midway returned this week from Victoria  where  ho  ha.-i  been .for  tho  """'��������� I, t.-"s������o������'   -iso.      ai,   present  le of officers' of the Sal- t'ie,'0rils iro objnofc in going t|,ere.  ���������my were in tho city this 1 , ,"tor "regretted not having  licitiijg subscriptions for ������ ������ rj[ousk)a whiIe in Prince  no work. Mvupert.  BOARD OF TRADE MEETING.  The annual   nii-elirijj- 0f  Gr,.Pen.  wood Board  of Trade was held in  Annual" Report.  Following is the report received  fehifi week by  stockholders in  the  B. 0. Copper Company, limited :  To tho Stockholders of 'the British Co-  lirrnbin Copper Co.,Ltd.  Submitted   -herewith   for   your  consideration is -a  brief report of  t.ie   operations of your company  during the past year, and the results therefrom.  Tn many respects the year end  If wo had   been able to receive ' *  price for "our copper shipped, orr \  quotations - at date of   shipment- '  our -net profit   would   have been ,  3396,53430, but owing to  the circumstances enumerated above, the  bulk of our production was secured    '  in the latter part of the  year, on  a market, the rapidity of the foil  of which has been   unprecedented.  Ihese earnings have been  reduced  the Aorfchvwhfc was subjected for  many weeks fo the most serious  Uiel famine over known.   Fuel was  pasl  It. War.:     ' -   - "  Paid-up Capital; $10,000,000. Reserve Pund,$5;Oob,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  B. E. WALKER, President.       ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager.  Branches Throughout,Canada, and m:tlie United States  and England.    -  ,SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.   '  Tobaccos- to "suit youi  tastes, your fancy or  . your pocket.  [ if. A. GHEHfER -- - PROPRIETOR  Next door aorth oi Vacific hotel,  Copper street, Greenwood,  -&.  ii������/ Ui  Means Good Health.  -   BANKING   BY   MAIL.    "      -    .  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch of the Bank. | full line of healing"stoves at  Accounts may be opened, and deposits made or withdrawn'by  mail.    Every attention is paid to out-of-town accounts.  J. T. BEATTIE, Manager Greenwood Branch.  Oppodito Koi-ricii IIMel,  Bmimmu  "One of "Canada's Strongest Financial Institutions.  [TOTAL   ASSETS   OVER - $50,000,000.  A   General Banking  Business   Transacted.  ster    will   ennseerjif-*-'  St.  church   next Sunday  and  preach  at both the morning and eveuiri"-  services.   ��������� r ���������  Duncan Mcintosh and Richard  Armstrong leave today for Palmer  mountain, Wash., to inspect the.  lnmiol there. They will be gone  a week or ten days.  The Phoenix junior-hockey team  came down last week and defeated  the local -juniors by-a score of -I to  ���������->, and m fche return match de-  tea ted   (ho  Greenwood    boys  the court house Saturday afteri.non.  *> scarce at times that in order to  frtr !������V       li*"^ WilS fcbo lai-gait !ecuro eve������ a meager supply of ore  tor j ears.    President Jas. A. Rus-1 ft"om 'he mines to your smelter  our company had to furnish the  railroad-company -with coal in  order to carry on its local traffic.  Wneii this fuel famine was relieved, it Was too late to market  our production at the higher prices  lor copper current in the early part  of 1 JO,, owing to a great shortage  of cars and the fact  that  Healthful plumbing  at reason-  f���������f���������,   ,,     n  able prices is our business. "Stand- p      V        , .("'  arc! Fixtures" make your- bathroom  four t0 1,oth,1,&  healthy, sanitary and modem.    A      Finn It Spearing and family leave  cost, .today for the coist where thoy will  h-!^   ^v.   Spearing   has   been  George ,&  with P. w. George ,& O. for  number of years and has made  many warm friends in the citv  who will wish him success' in his  new home.  Kobt. Keffer, for "a number of  years publisher of the Anaconda  iNews, leaves this week to attend  college at Pullmm. Wash His  many friends in ifciu district wish  him success in his college course  ���������icii and seconded by II. Q  O. White, jvas -unaaimously carried : J  Whereas the existence has been  proven of many high-grrde veins  to the east of Greenwood, from  which returns-of 8800,000 have already been received, aud that these  veins can be more profitably worked  by aHunnel which will crosscuD  chem at depth : and        ' |  Whereas there is  strong probability that additional veins, not yet  exposed ou the surface, will be cut  by such a tunnel : and  Whereas   the   several    present  bv operating companies will be greatly  'benefitted by operation  through a  tunnel  giving them   concentrated  management and a cheaper system  of mining: and  ever, it must be remembered, is  taking into account all develon-  ment, the cost of which .has bpjn  charged into operation, and which  amounted to $114,898. Jr.  I most heartily congratulate our  stockholders on the very satisfactory   physical   condition    of   our  properties.    We   have now   been  able to equip our mines with sufli-.  went modern  machinery to main- l  tain the maximum  production of '  which they are capable, this beine '  somewhat in excess of our smolt-  ing capacity,  the reduction works  peris paid  for ati'o notation^ !-?������ IT.'6 ^.^'V.   ���������e reduction works  subsequent date o itHlSment   a a,~ J������n* "^etely equipped.  For detail as  to  onr S������nJvJ ^ mined during the part  'I refer you to the renort of 21 ^ ,fromuour own properties 26S.-  genor*al manager which is on mil? ^ bUt *he de���������l������P������>���������b has  in the office of the coLanv\n.     ^ l������^or^Shly pushed that we  open to the inspectmn KyLck I " ^^ *������ 5,������Ck ������ufc ������������������"  holder.  r.Iam m01'e than ever impressed  with the necessity, to- bring about  the best results for our stockholders  and to secure profit in operations,  it is absolutely necessary that our  rames and  entire plant should be  [been impossible owing to the embarrassments which  vionsly stated.  s^^A^ii^rid^^^  T,r.     ������     ���������  .-.���������������������������  ciiuiits piauD auouici be  Wnereas the Greenwood Board r������n steadily and continuously to  ot lracle has due regard for the tho������' entire capacity. This h������w  great benefit which will   uudoubt- " "  i edly accrue to the City of Green-  i wood from the constructiou of such  a tunnel: and  Whereas  a   syndicate,' through  Richard   Armstrong    of   Chicago  now offers to construct such a tunnel :  It is hereby  resolved that this  Greenwood Board of Trade hear til v  Savings Accounts given special attention. A deposit of $1 or up  ward starts a Savings-Account, on which the highest current rate  of Interest is paid or added to the Principal'every 0 months. Deposits may be withdrawn at any time without notice. r, .  ,__  Kates���������Am r-n can    plan,    SI.2-5-  Banking by Mail���������People living at a distance may send in deposits 50 and?*: cenff'/i l^Tre^om-  Ufiiicouwr, B. 0.  or withdraw cash by mail.    Write for particulars.  H.'F. STOW, MANAGER   GREENWOOD BRANCH.  . The Western Tobacco company  is a new company .being organized  by local and coast business men  tor the purpose of growing and  purchase of tobacco and the manu-l  lacture of it. A more complete  account of the objects for which the  company is being formed will appear in a future issue. -  The -secretary was requested to  more ore than we have taken from      -  the mines.  We   have   also   purchased  and'     ���������  paid   for during  the year a  new  property���������the Lone Star and Washington���������at a cost of $75,000, which    /  shows great promise for the future  Owing to the very ]ow* price of  copper, and the exceptionally hi������h  cost of operation, it  was thought  I advisa������le to close down the mines  have pre-  and reduction  works last Lvem-  Altlmugh Tve have at Greenwood  ���������n^������Ur8ewas Pa������ued by ~  ���������eof ^latest and b^JplX^ TndTorl- ?  ^ ^  smelters, wi^i three blast furnaces | K^Sl ^Duitg j������ ff     '  one   ...,^7     ,,,m   ������c\j_m;bttju [O    '-"-"���������.ii.li.'-iHijeS   WtlK  forward a copy of the foregoing beyond our,control.  resnlnrinn  InHinmt,, :i T.,   t._i_. i_   ,  and converting plant, and a capacity of about 2,000 tons of ore  a day we were only able to operate  our plant for about half its entire  capacity, this unsatisfactory operation being brought about through  circumstances which wore entirely  resolution to the city council. "     ������ I    In July Jast,   having, as we sur>  i'oilowing wero elected officers | posed,   o.vercome the   embarrass-  nients  which surrounded us early  in the year, and  with copper sell  for the ensuing yeai  President���������E. Q. Warren.  "V ice-President���������Jas. A. Russell  Honorary Becretary-Treasurer-  F. W. McLaine.  tenm vigorous and successful efforts have been made to materially  reduce the cost of production aud  your pre^rderrt is" much  pleased to  be able to inform you  that nearly  all of the embarrassing conditions,  which rendered our, operations so  difficult to  carry out* during  the '  past year, have been removed  "We '  do not fear  again  any  embarrassment irom the lack of railroad car.,  and we have assurance of ample  m  m  p  ���������T-fl  f-H  BANK   OF ['MONTREAL  M?  EsrnBur,n-.D 1017.  PAID   UP  CAPITAL, 314.000,000. 'REST, 511,000,000  UNDIVIDED P ROFITs, 5422,639.98 "  Uc-uoral BhiiIsLkt Bu,inc-i-.lTraji-|.,.f(.,|.    nrilrt, i^uud on all joints, and Colloc '  '(icii-. iii.'il.-iit loin..,) -..-ties.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMEIMT   )   W.^F. PROCTOR,  INTEREST ALLOWED AT CURRENT RATES    /MANAGER GREENWOOD  BRA.\*Ch  tv  *i  nibus meets all  trains and  boats., -��������� ������-������. .,������������.     ^  Baths free: telephone in each cor- sa,-vs thc Koc]^   Creek  Irrigation  -      - 'company   is    doing    g00j   work  They have already planted  2,000  fruit trees and have ordered 2,000  more for planting fcl,is spring,  Jas. Copland of Eridesville is in  the city for a few days this week  Mr. Copland is one of the pioneer  miners aud prospectors of British  Columbia, having come "to the  province in the early 60\s, and tell  John H. East  of Midww    ������,=   ������ Ejc.eenth'e     Committee���������Mayor  in the city th ^ week     Iff' Z% SU"fc",ff'  ?'  ������'   G"   White, J.T.  has 2000 fruit tr es oil  h   ' ^  ^e'nd T. M  Gulley.  -  T      m creek   nml n'-S" ������       A. vote of thanks to the retiriu-  b^inrneTyear.     SefVffiCerS W13 "'^^usly passed.  on Ingrim  will   be  rideY; J00 rooms; hotel is centrally located ; baggage stored jree;  special rates for-faniilies and large  parties.  T. J. KOBEHTS, Proprietor.  C00UNTY COURT.  crisis  which  overcame  the entire  ~ .country,   and the   unprecedented  County court was held here this feline in the price of copper  week-before His Honor Judge w,������ch by the month of October'  Brown. .    Natur0'*'-"--'"      Il(in7  1*"-- '-���������,-- ������������������-    ���������     ���������   ���������   --      '  share, being paid������out of i    sSus operatSn.^7 reSUTti0U otow  earnings,  and   the  r>st  dividend  fSJ^rS^^^  paid   by   the   company.     At  the      Tn olr^ill  time  this   dividend1  was declared not   S^' y������"r Vresi^l>������-  we could not .foresee the nnandal ^Lt^M. e^ees *������  those in  were granted to  nrs?  Henry    Strauss,    And-ew    Oscar  Johnson and Nikola Potkoyak.  There were eleven cases on the  docket.    Five of these  werejudg-  .  ,        .    ment   summonses   and   were laid  Mountaineer -md  Knot*   ,'"aiiy   ",t,,r������,t".ie   stories   of   the over until the next-court,  mv    i,,^ Lilst      ^SBell-Low-CkuIQeld    Co.    vs  nay   btnndara. Cigars. sp"ng he gave a working bond on ~  ' :' l-Leltoi group near Camp McKiu-  uey, on which payments are being  terested in the company that great.  ereditisduetoall the officers and  he operating staff of the company  for their faithful, loyal, intelligent  and constant efforts in its behalf  lours respectfully,  Colgate Hovt,  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  COPPER CO^LTn  Aj-SSIITS.  ,.     : 6 inn-  i    i .        "-'"i-'u yi  uuiiooer,  i-alization    papers J!,,������'i had fallen to about half the  Joseph A. Frank, Price at which it was selling when  a,..!,.���������...   /-*..._ the dividend was declared.  nay  Made by  3.  0. CBellB ������ g0.f  KClSOM j "eularlywado.  The Greenwood orchestra  ^ Ileffiilar monthly  ������������������^'yS Wreenwood lo(!<:cNo. 28, A. 1  irreetiii".-) ol  will  We ca,rry a complete stock of MePheison's Lightning Hitch  nockey Boots, tho best made. A trial will convince you of  their quality.    See our line before you buy.  Dry Goods. REN DELL & CO. -Roots and Shoes  SESSZ-Sfc-^!^^  / \r* & A. ;v(., are hold on the (iist  Thrribcl.iy in c.-icli month in-I-'ra-  termty hall, \Vood. blo(>k) Govermncnt  street. Greenwood. Visitiuo* bretlirer.  arc corduilly invited to attend.  JAS, S.  ItlKNIK, S0������*r������-I:ir.v,     j  Bouridary-Elkhorn brining Co.--  Adjourned until next court. I.  H. Uallebt for plaintiffs arrd A. S.  Black for defendants.  Appeal from decision of Gold  Commissioner MeJIynu in re John  Mulligan    vs.    Greenwood    Citv  give a Leap Year ball on  the L������8th, ,,  ,,-  just.    Assurances have been given   ���������,"   -      .      "'".  by  the reception committee  thai lW!lterworks���������lo come up forbear  every  possible  precaution  will L \lne 1,?th Milrch-    L H- Hallott for  Speuce for  Co.st of Properties,���������Book Value,  Inventories of Materials .and Supplies,"  Current Aiscts:  Accounts Keceivable,  Cash on hand and in bank,  Total Inventories and Current Assets,  deferred Items :  Prepaid insurance and Taxes  Prepaid Interest,    -  S282.236.S1  56,409.36  3,932.31  1,742.50  165,927.45  33S,645.S"  S2,555,SS1.79  w.  taken to protect inexperienced and  well-to-do bachelor.-.. In fact, such  precautions will be taken that it  will be impossible for persons so  D.  JO9MeM9e98OaM������0-SOeC9S93CCO������MCa9IX������a������S������������SO eC3������0S*&3  Saturday ... _ _ ...  ���������,������������������  per street, Green wood, nt 7:30.  Also in  hull nt   Mother Lodo  I 1 liurpfl-iy evonirrifs ,-it 7:80  K. A. MATHEISON/Sccrotiiry.  ���������Headquarters for  Upholstery,  Bedding,  Window G-la'ss  | Furniture, '  | Carpets,.  I Linoleums,  | T;M.-6rull6y<R&0., Picfcnr-e.^^ |  I Greenwood's Big Furniture Store.  111)110  P    M   H^"^1 Mh,^?,������incliliedtotok������ a������lvaiita������reaof8tbe 2r"d "v  yevei.in-in Union Hall, Cop-   ^"e aanco promises to  be the best      i>-"   ���������  Dt. (.irpoiiii'nnrl   nl- 7.in of Iho coiioa..    ������������������,i     ..    r .. Jt)irni(  appellant,  and  J.  respondent.  Portniann   Eros.   vs.   E.  & O.  Lewis���������Ad join ned until Saturday]  22nd inst.    J. D. Spence for plaiii-  d J. P. McLeod 'for defeud-  BAKER"  Provincial Assnyer and Oro  Shippers' Agent. Correspondence solicited. Samples  receive prompt attention.  ISOX   1JJ3,   aKEENWOOI),   IS.   ������  r.ANU   ACT  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICTS*b  ninTiiiCT or YAo;. Ibis  of the season, and apart from the  fact that the band should be supported by every one in  town, the  ! best of everything will be provided.  |  ' l>y. T. Hunter, senior partner in  tbe firm of Hunter-Kendrick  Co.,  returned from a   trip north  this  week.    He visited Prince Rupert  Port  Simpson,  and  Graham and  Moresby   islands   of   the   Queen  Charlotte group.    There  are  excellent timber limits on  Graham  island, and a sawmill with a capacity :��������� of 300,000  feet per day is  *" be erected   there this  spring  Eirnie vs. Luciani���������Judgment  in favor of plaintiff for ������205 aiid  costs. I. H. Hallett for plaintiff,  aud A. C. Sutton for defendant.  AV'atson vs. Prendergast & Mun-  roe���������Judgment for plaintiff for  825 and costs. J. P. McLeod for  plaintiff, and J. D. Spence for defendant.  Teuagliovs. SchuHi���������Argument  22nd inst. J. P. McLeod for plaintiff, aud A. S. Black for'dofendant.  CITY COUNCIL.  Capital and IvIamuties:  Capital Stock (Authorized 53,000,000)  issued    .  .  Current Liabilities:  Loan Payable,  Accounts Payable,   -  >>ebit .Balance, Greenwood Office,  .Totai. Capitai, akj) Liabilities  Reserve for Allowances on Accounts Receivable:  Shipmeuts of Copper for 1907  Surplu.i, .        ���������_    ���������  $100,000.00  109.491.35  59,3.i3.05  504,573.32  S,o74.Sl  S3,C6C,129.92  $2,515,000.00."  -68,841.40  ���������52,783,844.40  106,244.21  176,041 31   ������3,066,129.92  SURPLUS ACCOUNT AS OF NOVBMBBK^w^  iaaiESi^msssiE3^AiE2SiaBSss^i3SH  !l ���������  A ������������������JioiiHo furnished with the best, most artistic,  nsnful'and in all that goes to make a homo com-  foi (able find pleasing to tho eye at reasonable prices,  ���������drop ii line (o I). J- Robertson & Co. a.t Nelpon, B.  O.   .C.'oqd/i nuirantecd tho Boh\> for the price.  ofa������n,llw,,?,ZIlVM.t!r,-?V'^M E'l������'"1' Dre������'������"'*  oi iiii(iuii>. iiriii.iii r'olum i ii, orciuintlnn  Wnrl  liwii* ovur H,������. f,.l|.m.|,"Itf ,|MC,-U��������� .I0'     ,l' ���������  -   '  i.'inl siirvuy I mi-oof: tlii'iiri' 'wilt a! ,.i ? '  llHiiico north 80 ol.nl .."li, nco]e,m% ch- ������h'  tliiuici'. Kouth s.1 elm ins to thu loiiit of .'-,>,?'  me.icu.nwrt, u.,U coubilnliw wo 'iic,-"' "n0^^  llntoil tliLi lutli day of Kovpinl.cr. I'm:  ���������IMM* EI.IGAU DliKSXAX.  Cr.  S231.022.40  SIMILKAIVIEEN 'LAND- DISTRICT  IHHTUIOT   OK   YA1.H.  ,������������������,,    ...       -.-.-'"-.--  "i"*"6.      At the meeting of the citv conn- v  mill will supply the expected cil Monday evening Mayor Bunt-    ������Vi-'  also ftun sh a large output for ex- Mortimer, Sutherland and Wiisor n! ��������� S     *  port.    The cl.mato of Graham and were present.   Minutes ���������fW Z ^���������^rca^ao"s^^-  "'   'o1"''"   :"      "������������������    ' " j"j",������������������ ������LP  i Wov*30. Adjustment Account, "Lone  Nov, 30, Expenses ou Stock Sales,  Nov. 30, Adjustments Account,  1906-  ���������'������������������piiients iu suapense  Dividends Paid -  4,126.75  16,650.00  201,200.00  uarafc-iasBssswa&rZES!^^  Moresby,;islands is much milder  than; that of. Victorja, duo to the  Japanese current. Port Simpson  is a quiet little town at which a  considerable business is done without making any noise about it,  and may eventually become the  terminus of tho Canada Northern  railway. Prince liupert has a  Hpleiuhd    natural   harbor.     The  meeting were adopted as road.  communications from follovvitig  perrons were received and filed:  A. D. Hallet, lire chief, reported  calls from T. M. Gulley & Co., and  Canadian Bank of Commerce; F.  W. Mc.Lft.ine, enclosing resolution,  re tunnel, from Boiird of Trade ; |  It. G. Margreavi'd on bohalf of  Hoys'   Brigade;   cstimarea    from  Star  aiid   Washiiig-toti"  Account 1906, - .  Nov. 30, Adjustment Account,  shipments,     - _ .  Nov. 30, Income.ycar ended Nov. 30/07  Nov. 3D, Balance -      ...  Mines  1906 ":  176,041.31  sr.nc.is-  20,765.40   '.  S3,15,").-12  f,\,.,���������c,:i., ���������     ���������   ,._���������������������������"���������-"���������      .mo .iju^-b    jjiig.mu     esun area    irom  eii   ,"ledy UtMUa-> but wiH b0,",(1 of 8 "h001  ",������������fcce������.  ������������cl two  o     m 1      g������ !unouut of money lettersfrom the Union of Canadian  to level and grade !t.    Mr. Hun- Municipalities,  rineo Rupert  will bo ""  I i,,Lhf,?"?Q Tl'  n,'y< ���������n(0,"i to ivpiilv- for ���������o,-.   1  i ,"i    ' '" /,u,r( '"."���������.'! ���������<"' ll<'r<^������ ������" ro or lo-i-J , f  iinil loinufuil,,,) follon'Hi   CloimiioneliiK i"t |li(rt  "" "������^^^^^^  S39S.018.06  S39S.01S.0o  7-J-1HCT  .be buried; alao slight repaiivTto  service.  Following apconuts wero passed  Water committee, reported hav- u., iu    rS ^amm ,wero I"1"^'1  K temnornrilv rcnalrS  ttSrl '^���������^eo- ���������mmi��������������� ^ or-  Oi-uemvood City \Vatcrworks...SJ������:( 25  A. 1). Hallett ;     lo 00  Union Canadian MuniclpolltieB.   10 00  Bjundnry (Jrotik Tiiiich..  A. A. hi'uliutte   Nelson Iron Works..',..'.'  Ooo. H. Croplcy '  Cameron & McDonald.'.'..  The tunnel question .-\vj;j informally discussed, after which lire  council adjourned,  Lfl'-WiAJJEEI-ys**  ... 1) oo  ... .a so  ,.. 8f) so  ,.. 115 00  .. < ft (JO  llfcSWHgBffit'miJMJiWJBUl! THE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  s.ljum    ta,*.^l\  <\**/WWWWAA^^  CHAPTER I.  Lot me begin by explaining that I  have  set  myself  the   task  of  telling  this story for  two sufficient reasons.  The first," bocauso I consider that it  presents as good a warning to a youns;  fellow  as  he could    anywhere    rind,  against allowing himself    to    be    deluded by a false hatred into commit-  ting a aln that at "any other time he  would -consider in every way'contemptible' and cowardly;   and  the second,  because I think It just possible thi-  It may serve to set others    on    ths-u-  guard against one of   the    most    unscrupulous   men,   if   man    he   is���������of  which I begin to have   my   doubts���������  ���������who ever wore shoe leather.    If   the  first should  prove of no' avail, I.t'iiii  console rnyself with the reflection that  /I have at least done my best, 'and,'nt  any rate, can have wrought no harm:  If the second is not required, well, In  that case, I think I shall  have satisfactorily  proved   to  niy  reader,  whoever >)  may be, what a  truly lucky  man  he  may oonsidor  himself never  to have fallen Into Dr. Nikola's clutches. What stroke of ill fortunp brought  me.into this fiend's power I suppose I  shall never be able to discover. One  thing, howovor, is very certain,    and  that is that I have no sort of desire  ever to see or hear of him again. Sometimes when I lie in bed at night, and  my dear wife-���������the truest and noblest  woman, I verily ���������'. believe,    who   ever  came Into this world for a man's comfort and consolation���������Is   sleeping   by  my side, I think of all the curious adventurers I have passed    through'..' in  the last two years, and then fail  to  a cer-ncra amount oT pleasure 'to myself, and, I believe, some satisfaction  to my' employers. How long 1 should  have remained there I oannot say, but  when the Banyah Creek gold field was  proclaimed, I caught the fever, abandoned my. employment,   and   started  off, with ray swag upon my back, lo  try my fortune. This ���������turn**/! , but   so  poorly that less   than    seven    weeks  found  me desperate,   my savings  departed, and my claim,���������which I must  in honesty confess showed but small  prospects  of   success���������seized   for   a  debt by a rascally    Jew   storekeeper  upon tlie Field. A month later a new  rush swept away the inhabitants, and  Banyah.Creek was deserted. Not wishing to be left behind 1 followed  the  general inclination,' and in 'something  under a fortnight was prostrated    at  death's door by an attack of fever, to  which 1 should  probably    have    succumbed had It not been for tho kindness of a misanthrope of the Held, an  old miner, Ben Garmavi by name. This  extraordinary    indiv'*J|������l,    who    had  tried  his luck  on  eve':*/ golri-iield  of  importance in the five colonics and was  us yet as far off making; his fortune  as when lie had first taken a shovel  in  his  hand,  found  me  lyinc;Unconscious alongside the creek. Ko carried  me, to his tent, aud,  neglecting    his  claim, set to work to nurse nie'back  to life again, it was not until I hnd  turned tlie corner and was convalescent that I discovered    the   'curiosity  my benefactor really was.   His    per  sonal aopcHi'ance was as peculiar as  his mod*5 of life. He was very short,  very broad, very; red  fa^ed.   wore    a  long 'grey..'beard, had  bristling,  white  wondering how on earth I managed to J eye-brows,  enormous   ears,   and    the  come out of them alive, to say nothing  of doing so with so much happiness  as is now my portion. This sort of  moralizing, however, is not telling my  tale; so If you will excuse me, kind  reader, I will bring myself to my bearings and plunge into my narrative  forthwith.  By way of commencement T must  tell you something of myself and my  antecedents. My name Is Gilbert Pen-  nethome; my mother was a Tregenna,  and if you remember the old adage���������  "By Tre���������, Pol���������and Pen���������  You may know the Cornishruen,"  rou will see that I may claim to-be  Cornish to the backbone.  My father, as' far back as I can recollect him, was a highly respectable,  but decidedly choleric, gentleman of  the old school, who clung to his black  silk stock and high-rolled collar Ions  after both had ceased to be the fash-  Ion, and for a like reason had for  modern Innovations much the same  hatred as the stage coachman was  supposed to entertain for railway en-  Bines. Many were the absurd situations this animosity led him into. Of  his six children���������two boys and four  girls���������I was perhans the least fortunate in his favors. For some reason or  another���������perhaps because I was the  youngest, and my advent Into the  world had cost my mother her life���������  tie could scarcely bring himself at  any: time to treat me with ordinary  civility. In consequence I never ventured near him unless I was absolutely  compelled to do so. I went my way,  he went his���������and as a resuit we knew  but little of each other, and liked  what we saw still less. Looking back i the rheumatiz  upon it now, I can see that mine must  have been an extraordinary childhood.  To outsiders my deposition was  friendly almost to the borders of  demonstrativeness; in my own home,  where an equivalent temperament  might surely have been looked for. 1  was morose, quick to take offence, and  at times sullen even to brutlshness.  This my father, to whom opposition  of any kind was as hateful as the Reform Bill, met with an ermal spirit.  Ridicule and carping criticism, for  which he had an extraordinary aptitude, became my daily portion, and  when these failed to effect their purpose, corporal punishment followed  sure and sharp. As a result I detested  my home as cordially as I loathed my  parent, and was never so happy as  when at school���������an unnatural feeling,  as you will admit, in one so young.  From Eton I went up to Oxford, where  my former ill luck pursued me. Owing  to a misunderstanding I had the misfortune to incur the enmity of my college authorities during my first term,  and, in comnanv with two others, was  lgnomlnlously "sent down" at the outset of my second year. This was the  opportunity my family had been looking; for from the moment 1 was breeched, and they were quick to take advantage of it. Mv debts were heavy,  for I had never felt the obligation to  stint myself, and In consequence my  father's anger rose in proportion to  tho swiftness-with which the bills arrived. As tbe result of half and hour's  oae-slded conversation in the library,  vlth a thunder-shower pattering a  melancholv accompaniment upon the  window panf<?, I received a cheque  for five thousand pounds with which  to meet my University liabilities, an.  uncomplimentary review of my life,  past and present, and a curt announcement that I need never   trouble   the  parental roof with my society tn tho  future. I took him at his word, pocketed the cheque, expressed a hypocritical regret that I had caused him  so much anxiety; went up to my  room and collected my belongings;  then, having bidden lay sisters farewell in icy state in the drawing-room,  took my seat in tho dog-cart, and was  driven to the station to catch tho  oxprese to town. A month later I was  on my way to Australia with a draft  for two thousand pounds In my pocket,  and the smallest possible notion of  what I wcm going to do with myself  when I reached the Antipodes.  In its customary  fashion   ill   luck  pursued me from the very moment I  set foot on Australian soil. I landed In  Melbourno at a particularly unfortunate time, and within a month had lost  half my capital in a plausible, but ultimately unprofitable, mining venture.  The balance I took with me Into the  bush, only to lose it there as easily as  I had done the first in town. The aspect of affairs then changed completely. The so-callad friends I had hitherto made deserted me with but one exception. That one, however, curiously  enough tho least reipectablo   of   tho  lot, exerted himself on my behalf to  such good  purpose  that he obtained  for me the ponition of storekeoper on  a Murrumbldgoo sheep station. I embraced the opportunity with alacrity,  and forji.'rfii'Mm months continued in  _>>-r-,11ffni UM'ii'il'Wrneiit. wrkiiuj with  ftoiitli    -10   elmliiH  - ,  iinjiit ii I'll i-riii t.ilnluff'iiiM,  DnU'A thi* ���������.'Hrli d.iy of No,  ,MMI'".-j 1SJJP  largest hands and feet 1 have ever  seen on a liuman being. Where he hart  hailed,from originally he was unable  himself to say. His earliest recollection was .'playing*, with another small  boy upon the beach of one of the innumerable bars..'of.- Sydney harbor;  but how he had got there, whether  his parents had just emigrated, or  whether thev had been out long  enough'for him to have been born in  the colony were points of which he  pronounced- himself entirely ignorant.  He detested women, though he could  not explain the reason of his antlna-  thy, and there were not two other  men upon the field with whom he was  on even the barest sneaking terms.  How it came about that he took such  a fancy to me puzzled me then and  has continued tn do so ever since, for,  as far as I could see, save a certain  leanlnc towards the. sol'tnry in life,  we had not a single bond in common  As it was, however, we were friends  without being intimate, pnd companions by dav and night without knowing more than the merest outside  rind of each other's lives.  As soon as I was able to get about  again I bee;'ah to wonder what on  earth! should do with myself n������rxt. .1  had not a halfpenny In the'world, and  even on a gold field It is necessarv to  eat if one, desires to live, and to have  the wherewithal to pay if one desires  to eat. I therefore placed the matter  before my companion and ask his advice. He gave it with his usual candour, and in doing so solved my difficulty for me' once and for all.  "Stay, with me. 'lad."'he said, "and  help me to work the claim. What with  nd the lumbago I'm  none so .spry as I used to be, and  there's gold enou-rh in the old shaft  yonder to make the fortunes of both  of us when once-we can get at it."  Naturallv 1 lost no time in closing  with his offer, and the following morning found me in the bowels of the  earth as hard at work with pick and  shovel as my weakness would permit.  Unfortunately, however, for our  dream of wealth, the mine did not  prove as : brilliant an investment \as  its owner had pvedi.ctf-i for it, and  six week's labor .-"-nw-i'd us the futility of proceeding firther. Accordingly  we abandoned it. peeked our swags,  and set off for a mountain range away  to the southward, on prospecting  thoughts intent. Finding nothing to  suit us.'.there, _w*?i: migrated into the  west, where w> tried our hands at a  variety of .emnloyments for another  eighteen/montfcs or thereabouts. At  length, on the TTrunintina River, in  Western Queensland, we parted company, mysolf to take a position of  storeke'eper on >'.irkanurlie station in  the sp.m? neighborhood, and Ben to  try his lue'e r>n n new field that" had  Just corpe 'n'.o e-:'stence near the New  South Wale? bord"*".  For sop'ethtn'* like three vpa.rs we  neither saw nor heard .anvthlng of  each other. V.'hrther B"h had succeeded on the field to which he had  proceeded, wlien he had said "i^r-od-  bye" to me. or whether, as usual, he  had been left stranded, I could only  guess. My own life, on the other hand,  was uneventful In the extreme. From  morning till night I kept the station  books, served out rations to boundary  riders and other station hands, and.  In the intervals, thought of my old  life, and wondered whether It would  ever be my lot to set foot In England  again. So far T had h������'������n one of Fate's  failures, but though I did not know It,  t was nearer fortune's money bag then  than I had ever been in my life before.  The manager of Markapurlle was a  man named TJartrand, an upstart and  a bully of the first water. He had never  taken kindly to me nor I to him. Every  possible means that fell in his way of  annoying me he employed; and, If the  truth must be told, 1 paid his tyranny  back with interest. He seldom spoke  save to find fault; I never addressed  him except In a tone of contempt which  must have been-"infinitely galling to a  man of his suspicious antecedents.  That he was only waiting his chance  to rid himself of me was as plain as  the nose'upon his face, and for this  very reason I took especial care so  to arrange my work that it should always fail .to give him the opportunity  he desired. Tho crash, however, was  not to be avorted, and it came even  sooner than I expected.  One hot day, towards the end of  summer, I had boen out to one of the  boundary rider's huts with the month's  supply of rations, and, for the reason  that I had a long distance to travel,  did not reach the station till late In  the afternoon. As I drove up to the little cluster, of buildings beside the lagoon I noticed a small crowd collected  round the. store door. Among^ those  present I could distinguish tho manager, one'of tho overseers (ft man of  Bart rand'a own kidnsy, and therefore  bin -AiiQeiual cronxL two. or threji of  rrte TuTluIs, anB, as the reason or tnerr  pirsence there, what looked like the  body of a man lying upon the ground  at their feet. . Having handed my  horses over to the black boy at. the  stockyard, I strode across to see what  might be going forward. Something in  my heart told me!-'was'Vitally concerned in it, and bade me bo prepared  for anv emergency.  Reaching the group I glanced at. the  msn ui.iori the ground, and then 'almost shouted, my surprise aloud. He  was none other then Ben Garinan/ but  oh, how changed! His once stalwart  frame'Shrunk to half its'1 former, size,  his face was pinched and haggard to  a degree that frightened me, rind, as  j I looked, I itnew there could ^ be no  doubt about on thing, the man was as  ill as a man could well be and yet be  called alive.  Pushing the crowd unceremoniously  aside, 1 knelt down and spoke-to.him.  He was mumbling something to himself, aud evidently did not recognize  me.'     f  "Ben," I cried, "Ben, old man. don't  you remember Gilbert Pennethorne?  Tell me what's wrong witli vou, old  fellow."  But he only rolled his head and  muttered something about "five hundred paces north-west from the creek  and Just in a line with the blasted  gum."  Realizing that it was quite usoless  talking to him, and that if I wished to  prolong his life I must get him to bed  as soon as possible, I requested one  of the men standing to lend a band  and help me to carry him into my hut.  This was evidently the chance Bart-  rand wanted.  "To the devil, with such foolery," he  cried. "You, Johnstone, stand back and  let the man alone. I'll not have him  malingering here, I.tell'you. I know  his little game, and yours too, Pennethorne, and I warn you, if you take  him into your hut I'll give you the  sack that instant, and so you j-emem-  her what I say."  "But you surely don't want the man  to die?" I'cried, astonished almost beyond the reach of words at his barbarity. "Can't you see how: ill he is?  Examine him for yourself. He is delirious now, and if he's not looked to  he'll be dead in a few hours."  "And a good Job too," said the manager brutally. "For my part, I believe  he's only shamming. Any way I'm not  going to have him doctored here. If  he's as ill as vou say T'll send him up  to the Mail Change, and they can doctor him there."He looks as-if he had  enough money about him to pay Gibbs  his footing."  As Carman was in rags and his condition evidenced the keenest poverty,  this sally was treated as a fine Joke  by the overseer and the understrappers, who roared- with laughter, and  swore that they had never heard anything better in their lives. It rousod  my blood, however, to boiling pitch,  and I resolved that, come what might,  I would not desert my friend.  "If you send him away to the Mail  Change,",I cried, looking Bartrand  square in the eye, "where you hope  they won't take him in���������and, even If  they do, you know-they'll not take the  trouble to nurse him���������You'll be as  much a murderer as the man who  stabs another to the heart, and so I  tell you to your face."  Bartrand came a step closer to me,  with his fists clenched and his face  showing as white with passion as his  tanned skin would permit.  "You call me a murderer, you dog?"  he hissed. "Then, by God, I'll act up  to what I've been threatening to do  these months past and clear you off  the place at once. Pack up your traps  and make yourself scarce within an  hour, or, by the Lord Harry, I'll forget myself and take my boot to you.  I've had enough of your fine gentleman airs, my d-.uuly, and I tell you the  place will smell sweeter when you're  out of it."  I saw his dodge, and understood  why he had behaved towards Ben in  such a scurvy fashion. But not wanting to let him see that I was upset by  his behaviour. I looked him straight  In the face as coolly as-1 knew how  and said���������  "So you're going to get rid of me  because I'm man enough to want to  save the life of an old friend, Mr.  Bartrand, are you? Well, then, let me  tell you that you're a meaner bound  than even I took you for. and that Is  saying a great deal. However, since  you wish me to be off I'll go."  "If you don't want to be pitcrd into the Creek yonder you'll go without  giving- me any more of your 'in" he  answered. "I tell you I'm standing Just  about all I can carry now. If we  weren't in Australia, but across the  water in some countries I've known,  you'd have been damrlins: from that  gum tree over yonder bv this time."  I psM'no attention to" th's throat,  but. still keeninn' "s calm p" t nossiblv  could. reques*-od him to inform me if  I w������s to consider mvself discharged.  "You bet vou pre" pnitf he. "and  I'll not he hi������ ���������)" t'll I've seen your  brf-V on the Bn"rr rMsre vond������r."  "Then." said I. "T'll eb without more  words. But I'll trouble you   for    my  cheque beiftvre I do so.   Also   for   a  mouth's wages in lieu of notice."  Without answering-he stepped over  Ben's prostrate form and proceeded  into the store. I went.to my hut and  rolled up my swag. This done, I returned to tho office, to find them hoisting Ben into the tray buggy which was  to take him to the Mail Change, twenty miles distant. The manager stood  in the verandah with a cheque in his  hand. When I approached he handed  It to me with an ill concealed grin of  satisfaction on his face.  "There is your money, and I'll have  your receipt," he said. Then, pointing  to a heap of harness beyond the verandah rails, he continued, "Your riding  saddle is yonder, and also your pack  saddles and brldlos. I've sent a black  boy down for your horses. When they  come up jou can clear out as fast as  you please. If I catch you on the Run  again look out, that's all."  "I'll not trouble you, never fear," I  answered. "I have no desire to see  you or Markapurlle again as long as I  live. But before I go I've got something to say to you, and I want these  men to hear it. I want them to know  that I consider you a mean, lying,  contemptible mui'decer. And, what's  more, I'm going to let them see me  cowhide you within an inch of your  rascally Ufa"  . (To be Continued.)  HIS   LITERARY   HIT.  'No sale now for any bnt  St. George's  Baking Powder  Glad-of it,   tool     I don't get'  any more complaint*���������but lots of  compliments.  So out with' these old lines."  Write The National Drue & Chemlc  Co. of Canada, limited, for their new  tree Cook-Book. (4  BEST TIME TO TAKE IT  DIRECTIONS TO PREPARE SIMPLE  HOME MADE MIXTURE  Tells  You  How to Overcome  Rheumatism With Simple Recipe, Which  Is Easily Mixed  A well-known authority on Rheumatism gives the readers.of a large Montreal daily paper the following valuable, yet simple . and harmless ; proscription, which any one can easily  prepare at homo:  F'ukl Extract -^Dandelion, one-half  ounce; Compound"Kargon, one ounce;  Compound Syrup Sarsapnrlla, three  junces.  Mix by shaking well in a bottle,  and take teaspoonful after each meal  and at bedtime.  "He states that tlie ingredients can  be obtained from any good prescription '.pharmacy, at small .cost, and,  being of vegetable extraction, are  harmless' to take.  This pleasant mixture, if taken regularly for a few days, is said to overcome almost any case of Rheumatism.  The pain and swelling, if any, diminishes with each dose, until permanent results are obtained, and without injuring the stomach. While there  are many so-called Rheumatism remedies, patent medicines, etc., some  oi which do give relief, few really  give permanent results., rind the above  will, no doubt, be greatly appreciated  by many sufferers here at this time.  Inquiry, at tlie drug stores of this  neighborhood elicits the information  that these drugs are harmless and  can be bought separately, or the  druggists here will mix the prescription for our readers if asked to.  Six years ago he wrote-a tale  Which had u most tremendous sale. - ,  It brimmed with pungent epigrams,  Twas.  called    "Tho ��������� Alarya   and   Thai*  Lambs."  The sconfi was laid In sorr>e domain  Tho search tor*' which would be In vain���������  'Twas, said each bookish oracle,"  Historical.  One year went by; 'twas dramatised.  Tho critics all wore much surprised  When public, pulpit and the press  .Declared It was a hugo.success'.  The author, too, was greatly moved ���������  At seeing what n hit If proved.  Ho took, though, with all loyalty.  1    His royalty. ' 'j  The second year It whooped along, j  Transofrmed Into a,comic song; ���������:'���������'���������' n  Also In expurgated form [I  It took the goodly folk by atorm. i  J'he third year added to his fame. ���������  I'he tale was made 'a parlor game. I  /'lie book, Instead ot thinning out, : j  Was winning out;' :,  The fourth" year It was lectured on, *.  With slides In nstorooptlcon.  The llfth year he much cash derlveoV.  I'he first edition was revived.  \ml now a corps of brainy men  Arc working on the thing again.  :\'o doubt 'twill, leave the hopper.a  Grand opera.  -Wilbur D. Ncsblt in New York Life.  PALE, ANAEMIC,  SSCKLY GIRLS  Regain Color. Health and Vigor Whan the Blood flsEn-v  riched By  . Chase's Swerve Food.  A Gent lo Hint.  "I got a neat rebuke for my curiosity once," said a well known Baltimore inaii. "and It was administered  by a native of the Cheat river region  in West Virginia.  "I had 'Stopped overnight in the district In question and in the morning  was strolling about tho place, asking  all sorts of questions. Treseutly I met  .n lanlty.'mountaineer, who greeted me  with 'Howdy' and passed the time of  day most pleasantly. Seeing that ho  was barefooted, a circumstance, it  seemed to me, quite odd in a mountainous region, I asked:  " 'Is it the custom of this country for  'the. men to go without shoes?'  "'Waal,' the native drawled, 'some  on us do, but most on us atten's to our  own business."��������� Llppincott's.  Your mirror will tell you if you are  anaemic, for the unnatural pallor of  your gums, lips' and eyelids will indicate the .thinness and .weakness of  tlie blood.    ���������       .  Anaemia is most common among  young women and is marked by pallor, weakness, indigestion, irritat'il-  ity, spells of dizziness and fainting,  heart palpitation, severe headaches  and feelings of extreme lassitude.  Tlie blood is lacking in the elements  which go to form energy, vigor and  strength and demands such assistance  as is best supplied by Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food.  This great food euro sharpens the  appetite, invigorates the nerves which  control the digestive fluids, strengthens the heart's action and naturally  and gradually restores the 'sufferer  from weak blood to health, strength  and vigor.  The headaches and eyeaches of pale,-  nervous school girls, of office girls  and of factory employees are largely  the result of, thin, watery blood and  will disappear when- the blood ,is enriched and the system built up by  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  M-ss Lena Hiebert,    Lowe    Farm,  Man., writes;���������"I had suffered for  two' years witli dizzy spells, pains in  the bnck, cold hands and feet, nervousness, jerking of the limbs, sore  tongue, soreness of tirms und shoulders, and general exhaustion. About  '".even months ago 1 became so nervous that 1 could not rest or sleep,  and could not do the least bit of work  without suffering dreadfully from  pains in the buck. I' could hardly  wnlk, could ent very .little, and felt  that people were always watching my  body I witch.  "I tried several medicines with little effect, nnd was a mere skeleton of  skin and bone about to give up in despair when 1 heard ubout Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food, and began using il. I  have used in all fourteen boxes of  this preparation aiid it has built me  up until I am now strong'und well  again. Dr. Chase's Nerve Food has  done me n world of good, and I feel  that I cannot recommend it loo highly to persons who suffer as T have." *  Put this gront restorative lo the teat  by noting your increase in weight  while using it.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 00 cents a  box, G boxes for .$2.50,, at all dealers,  or Edmanson. Bates '& Co., Toronto.  It Kept Them Away.  How to..;warn off trespassers without spring guns has been discovered  by a canny peasant in the south'of  France. His woods were invaded by  nut pickers. He asked a botanical  friend the Latin name for tlie hazelnut and put up the following notice:  "Caution.���������All persons entering this  wood do so at their own risk. The  Corylus avellana abounds" here as well  as other equally venomous snakes."  Not a trespasser has ventured Into the  wood since.  In the Same Fix.  "I am not like the Italian Admiral,  Libertini," said''Marconi. "Libertini,"  he went on, "had won many battles  and 'great renown, and at a ball given  in his honor, one lady said to another:  " 'Hut how frightfully fat our dear  Admiral is getting.'  "'Yes,' saidTlie second lady. 'Isn't  it fortunate? Otherwise he wouldn't  be able to wear all his medals.' "���������  .Washington Star.  We All Have Missions in the World  ���������There is a work to do for every man  on earth, there is a function to perform for everything on earth, animate  and inanimate. Everything has a  mission, and the mission of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is to heal burns and  wounds of every description and cure  coughs, colds, croup and all affections  of the respiratory organs.  "I cannot parts your hair, my. friend;  It seems most dreadful stubborn."  "Don't try, for I've a cowlick, sir.  Which 1, myself, can't govern."  ���������Harper's Weekly.  1 think the first virtue is to restrain  the tongue; he approaches' nearest to  the gods who knows how to be silent,  even though he is in the right.���������Cato.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  svery form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes  by -WolforH's  Sanitary  Lotion.  A Norwegian journal tells the following story about the Crown Prince of  Norway. Too much attention from  those about him has made little Prince  Olaf somewhat headstrong, and, like  most children, inclined to be a little  tyrannical  towards his playfellows.  The other day he became angry  with another little boy who had placed himself on a certain chair.  "You mustn't sit there," he cried.  "It's my father's place."  King Haakon happened to be present, and took the offending boy on  his own knee by. way of consolation.  Prince Olaf was angrier than ever.  "You mustn't sit there either," he  insisted. "It's mother's place."���������  Manchester Guardian.  Dire  Expectation.  "Did you have an excuse for staying  away from school today?" said one  small boy.  "No," answered the other, "but if father delivers the chastisement I expect  I'll, have a good excuse for staying  away tomorrow."���������Washington Star.  Considering.  After he had been in deep thought  for several minutes Mr. Henpeck said:  "I have made up my poind."  '.'Have you?" his wife replied.    "It  seems to me it took you a long time,  considering what you had to make up."  ���������Chicago Kecord-Herald,  Minard's  theria,  Liniment    Cures    Diph-  A motor car was proceeding along  a country lane. In it were seated, two  motorists wearing the most correct  thing in the way of fur coats, goggles,  etc. On swinging round a curve they  came full upon- a groom who was exercising a couple of horses. As the animals appeared to be very restive the  car was brought to a standstill, but  the horses' terror only grew worse.  One of the motorists called to the  groom:  "Can't you get them past? We've  stopped the car."  To their surprise the mmi responded  "Oh, it ain't the motor, sir! If you  gentlemen will only get out and hide  behind the hedge for a minute it'll  be all right."���������Illustrated Bits.  Going Some.  "I didn't get to the field sports in  time," said the hare. "Was there anything particular doing?"  "Yes," replied the tortoise. "That  big kangaroo fellow from Australia  broke the record in the ten yard  jump."-Tatler.  His Little Joke.  Coakley ��������� This paper says "beef  makes brawn and fish makes brain."  I wonder* how these food experts figure out that fish makes brain.  Joakley���������Probably because fish travel In schools.���������Philadelphia Press.  World's Noisiest Street.  London's Strand is the noisiest,  street in the world. Tt hns been-for  years London's boast that it wn^  noisy. The roar of traffic and human  ity can be heard above the mere rattle and bang of the thoroughfares,  and it sounds to the acute sense of  hearing much like the roll of thunder, Begin once to notice it and  th? nerves quiver. It never ceases,  for during the one unworking hour,  from 3 to 4 n. m., the echo of a million of London sounds will still reverberate in spucef- London is never  silent. Paris, however, has spasms of  quiet in its more, respectable^ quarters, though when it recommence it  fairly shrieks itsolf hoarsa-  In selecting flowers for decorating  a table a great deal of thought should  be given to the subject of color. The  ri?om itself must be considered, tho  colors of the chinrvto be used, and,  if possible, the colors of the gowns to  be worn at the table.  He Went In Deep.  Briggs���������Hear the church chimes.  What'do they remind yon of?  Dlggs (who has gone iii pretty heavily for Christmas presents)���������They remind me of the bell of u cash register.  ���������J udge.  Her Idea.  '"Stocks were all down n few'points  today," remarked the broker.  "The idea!" exclaimed hla wife. "It's  a wonder they didn't advertise it as a  bargain day I"���������Catholic Standard and  Times. ���������  A Sad Affair.  Bleekor���������Poor Peckeni got it In the  neck this morulng. .'���������."���������"  Meeker���������How did it happen?  BleekPr���������His wife bought him a necktie at a bargain sale.���������Chicago News.  Something of the Sort.  "Did you ever try an antlfnt rcgl-  fiierrV"  .   'Well" replied the ponderous person,  fl Imarderi once."���������New^Tork Times.  W.    N.   U.    No.   67<h  =������?  Tho Caspian Sink.  It npperirs from the cureful measnre-  ments of level recently made by Lieutenant Colonel Pnrlisky along the line  of the Trnnseaspliin railway that the  level of the Caspian sea Is eighty-three  feet below the level of the oceans. If  'the Caspian sea were filled with water  np to ocean level the town of Krasno-  vodsk, which stands on Its r shore,  would Ire submerged, for tbe mean elevation of that town Is between sixty-  three and sixty-four feet below ocean  level.  Be Kind I  lie kind.    Your ��������� faintest    smile'  will  cheer���������  The shortest  word  of loye    you've  said  Will help some wer-.y wand'rer here,  And blossom into roses red.  -    ��������� ���������Buffalo News.  Something' More Than a Purgative.  To purge is the only effect of many  pills now on the market. Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are more than a purgative. They strengthen the stomach,  where, other pills, weaken it. _ They  cleanse the blood by regulating - the  liver and kidneys, and they stimulate-  where other pill compounds depress.  Nothing of an injurious nature, used  for merely purgative powers, enters  into their compos'Mon.  "I'll give you a copper if you will  tell-me how it is vou are losing your  hnir?"  "Worry."  "Whnt do you worry about?"  "About losing my hair."��������� London  Opinion.  ���������   Energetic '  What a great amount of good some'  men cotiln accomplish if they put to  useful purposes the energy they uso  in trying to keep-their pipes lighted.  ���������Atchison Globe. ���������  Thos.   Sabin,   Eglinton,    says:    "J  have removed ten corns from my fee '  with  Holloway's Corn-Cure."    Read  er, go thou and do likewise.  817."  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in  Cows.  DIRTY  WATCHES.  The Reason  ls: Often to Bo  Found  In  tho Watch Pocket.  "Why do watches get dirty?' said  the jeweler. '"You'll, find ; the answer  in your watch pocket.  Turn it out."  Tlie patron turned out his watch  pocket,' sheepishly bringing forth a  pinch pf mud colored dust, some Hut  iiud a small ball of black fluff.  "There's the reason," said the jew-  c-ler. "Watches gut dirty because the  pockets they are carried in are never  clean. A watch pocket, my dear sir,  should be cleaned out regularly once a  week. Observe that rule and your  watch's works will not get clogged up  ngrrin.  "Another and a seasonable rule is  nerer to lay your watch down on stone J-  or marble. The cold deranges the doll  cate works.  "Never lay yonr watch down, in fact,  anywhere. Hang it up on a hook vertically in the same position it occupies  when in your pocket. Watches. are  made to lie, or, rather, stand, in thai  position only.  "yiud your watch in the morning,  never at nlcfct."  Shoe Store  Salesman��������� What  would you like, madam?  Miss Lirrjun���������I'd like a No. 2, biv  there's no use tolking about that  You may as well show me your No  rVs.���������Chicago News.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c  . Bondholders'   Unclaimed   Money.  Tlie [loftoitk-e profits slightly by tha  destruction of stamps which have been  paid for nnd the treasury Oots the  benefit of bills which are lost and never found. A large source uf irregular  profit iies in the failure of bondholders  to present their bouds for redemption.  Unclaimed money In the treasury due  to bondholders amounted to nearly u  million dollars in 1801, und the sum Is  much greater now. Of a loan which  fell due in 1900 the sum, of ?"J2,000 re-,  mains unclaimed. Nearly $100.U00 Is  still unpaid of the 5 per cent bonds  which were due in 1SI04. This year  over $100,000,000 thirty year 4 per cent  bonds came due on July 1. '"'Special: inducements were ..offered to secure early  redemption. Yet at the end of tho  month $i:i,00O.O00 still stood In" the  treasury on thJ-.-i account, although Interest has ceased.���������Youth's Companion.  JINGLES AND  JESTS.  -l. a  Two Views.  Such a lovely earth,;  Such a' glorious sky,"  Such a loU of mirth.  No one need to sigh}  Such a jolly moon  Sailing up above.  Such delight to spoon��������� ,  When a chap's in lord ,  Such a pesky hole  Earth is anyway! 1 .  Such a beastly role |!     ^  One has got to play! v..  Such a lot of woe   . j".  One needs be a churl��������� '.  Can't be worse, you know.  When he's lost hla girl.  Wa'������xliousp In New York Eccja.  the quickest  SHILOH'S SSS CURE  Get a bottle to-day from your druggist. If  it doesn't cure you quicker than anything  you ever tried he'll give you your money back  Shiloh's is the best, safest, surest and quickest medicine^for your children's coughs  and colds. It has been curing coughs and colds for 34 years. All druggists���������  25c-������ 5������c-������ and $1.00 a bottle.  lasy and Warm  You  don't have  to  wear arctics,  'SHoS^ rubbers  or overstockings   with  Elmira Felt Shoes.  The felt itself is lighter than  leather.   Your feet can't get., cold  1 in Elmira Felts, no  matter how  low the temperature falls.  IvOolc for the trademark���������shown above  ���������on the sole, .insist on having the  genuine Elmira Felts.  Sold by Leading Dealers        36  KEEPS OUT COLD  KEEPS IN HEAT  EDDY'S  IMPERVIOUS SHEATHING  IS ONCE MORE ON THE MARKET AFTER A LAPSE OF .' FEW  MONTHS, and your wholosaler Is In a position to supply your requirement* In what is acknowledged to bo  THE   BEST   BUILDING   PAPER  TEES & PERSSE LiltfSiTED, Agents,  CALGARY '   WINNIPEG EDMONTON  "Always���������Evs-y-yvhera In Canada���������Use   Eddy'    Matchti."  CARRIES NO ODOR  ABSORBS MOI8TU RE  SftiSSSmEsSma  SBHSKJS  %KVf:^Jr^'-t.i\\k9!yrr-tirtm^r^ ������������������-~-~  ^wimuimsmnm 1'n'i   ���������  ,;'/J,--?-!  i^-'T-P..--/^^*--'.  rN  t-K  /������������������  IHE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  pome Salts have '^&fr' lime and other  imparities in them���������which makes them  coarse and gritty.  incisor  Table  I       Salt -  I---on chemical analysis���������was found to  be the purest of the principal brands on  the British and American market. ���������  THIEFALARM  Prepares His Home For Possible  , Inroad of a Burglar.  IT  AROUSES  NEIGHBORHOOD.  Not His Fault  .A-first-grade  boy    brought    perfect  spelling papers home for several weeks  and then suddenly began to miss five  . nnd six out of ten. ���������  ^How's this, son?" asked his father.  ( readier s fault," replied the boy.  How is it the teacher's fault?"  'She moved the little boy Hint sat  next to me.  Device, However, .Starts Without Any  Assistance From a Marauding Housebreaker���������Alimony Question .Again  Comes Up For Discussion.  [Copyright, 1907, by Homer Spra&ue.]  When Mrs. Bowser reached home the  other afternoon after three hours of  shopping a workman wns picking up  his tools, and Mr. Bowser had a satisfied and'complacent look on his face.  When asked how long he had been  home and why he came he replied:  "I got here soon after- you started  downtown. I came home to make the  house safe."  "But what is "the matter-with the  house?"  "The matter is that it could "have  been robbed hy day and burglarized by  While more prevalent in winter  wlien sudden changes' in the weather  try the strongest constitutions, colds  and coughs and ailments of the throat  may come in any���������season. At the  first sign ol derangement use Bickle's  Anti-Consumptive Syrup. Instant  relief will be experienced, and use of  tho medicine until the cold disappears will protect the lungs from attack. For anyone with throat or chest  weakness it cannot be surpassed.  "I was going down to the city that  awful slippery day when n big boy  maliciously bumped into me."  "Did you  hinite him?"  "No, T s.uote the ice."���������Pittsburg  Leader.  A curious person of a certain town  who loved to find out everything about  the new residents, espied tlie son of a  new neighbor one morning in a doctor's "office.  *  Good morning," he said. "Little  boy, what is your name?"  "Same as dad's," wns tlie quick  reply.  "Of course, I know, little boy, but  what is your dad's name, dear?"  "Same as mine, sir."   "  Still he persisted: "I mean what do  they say when thoy call you to breakfast?"  "They don't never call mo; I alius-  gets there    first.      See?" ��������� Ladies'  Home Journal.   ,  trnfe^TLTs'Slarin'ram prtMnTtngiSAt I'll  lamentable casualty."  It wasconfldently expected that Mrs.  Bowser would make objections and refer to the Are escapes Mr. Bowser had  at times Invested in, bat she had nothing of, the sort to say. lie purposely  gave her several opportunities and was  surprised when she refused to take advantage of thern. ' He finally decided  that she realized he bad struck a great  thing nt last, and he went to bed half  an hour ahead of the usual time to' enjoy tbe safe and comfortable feeling of  security, rie had slept,for .two hours  when he got that dig of the elbow, and  Mrs. Bowser said to him as he sat'up  In bed:  "Now, don't get excited and get your  heart to fluttering. The old gong is,  ringing, as you hear, and that's a sign  that the burglar hasn't got in. You  might go down and yell at him from  the front door and then turn the thing  01T.J'  The Alarm Worked.  ' "Didn't I say so-dldn't I say so?"  whispered Mr. Bowser as he pulled ou  his trousers.   "We get the alarm In at  '4 o'clock and a burglar arrives before  midnight and is scared away by it.  Jingo, but how the old thing Is humping herself!" . , '  "Don't run any risks."  "There will' be none.' The would be  burglar is half a mile away by this  time and running like a whitehead.  WHAT FOOLS W  MORTaLS BE!"  He went down and opened the front  The History of a Fool Can Never Be  Written, Because it Never Could ���������  Record the-Truth, and History Knows Nought but  Truth.  The immortal poet who asked this  important and t meaningful   question  was one of the'keenest dissectors of  human nature.   One of the most striking  illustrations  of  this  truth  came  to light a few days ago, when a man  lying on his dying bed with consumption  was  recommended  by his  own  brother and sister, in the presence of  us, to take Psychine, as it had cured  both of them, an heriditary predisposition to "ung weakness being somewhat strongly marked in the family  The answer was, "Yes, if the doctor  recommends it."   But, as was to be  expected,, the doctor said, "Oh, I can  give just as good medicine as Psychine." Result: The doctor's patient,  who got "just as good medicine as  Psychine," is in, his cold, cold grave  today,  while his , brother and sister,  both  of whom  were pronounced    as  hopeless  consumptives    by  the  best  physicians,  through  taking Psychine  are as healthy specimens of humanity  as can be found. The brother who had  been cured, said to" the writer, beside  the grave of his brother, "What fools  we mortals be," referring lo his bro-  FROM THE NURSERY.  Comical   Sayings   by   Little   Mitee  Humanity.  -Small Blsier-Aren't you awfully tired  after the ball last night?'  Miss De Playne���������Why do you ask,  3ear?  Small Elsie���������Sister said you held the  wall up nearly aJKevenlng.  "Now, Harold," said the, Sunday  school teacher, "can you tell me why  Adam and Eve clothed themselves after the fall?"  "Yes, ma'am," answered Harold.  " 'Cause it was winter after the fall."  LOVERS OF GOOD TEA  Mother (surprised) ��������� Why, Johnny,  how did you happen to get the merit  card for good behavior at school this  week ?  Small Johnny���������It was like this, mamma. Harry Jones won it, and I told  him if he didn't give it to me I'd punch  him.'  because of Its oelbobous VlaVor.'  AT All GROCERS  IEADPACKETS ONIY ^Zttl^XX fr  s  $100   REWARD,   $100   ,  The readers of this paper will be pleas  ed  t j  learn   that  there  is  at  least  one "  dreaded disease that science has been able  to cure in all its stages, aud that is Catarrh.    Hall's  Cararrb   Oure   is  the  only  positive cure  now  known to  tbe medical  fraternity.     Catarrh    being    a   constitu  tlonal     disease.     requires     constitution  al treatment.   Hall i C tarrh Oure is taken  Internally,   acting   directly   upon   tho  blood and mucous surfaces of the system,  thereby destroying the foundation of the  disease,  a   1  giving-the  patient strength  by building  up   tho constitution  and  as-  elating   nature   in   doing   its   work.    Tho  proprietors have so mu.ii fnith in its cur  ative   powers   that   they offer One  Hun"  dred Dollars for any case that it falls to  cure.   Send for list of testimonials.  Address P. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. O  Sold by all Druggists. 75c.  Take  Hall's  Family  Pills for constipa  tion. .  MADE ONE BLUNDER.  But to Square It an Offer of Generous  Restitution Was Made.  In one of the  northwestern states  they like nothing better than to tell  how a few years ago there came to  that section of  the  Union  a  Boston  newspaper man whose mission it was  to "write up" lynching in that quarter, although  it appeared that there  had not been nn illegal execution In  ~ the state for a long time.   The natives  took the questions of the eastern scribe  in good part and even "jollied" him  into believing that for downright lawlessness  the  community   wherein   he  was for the moment sojourning,was  about the most conspicuous portion of  the United States.  'Don't you ever make a mistake in  these lynchings?" guilelessly asked the  Bostonian���������"that is, don't you ever  iynch the wrong man?"  "That happened once," put In some  one, "but we tried to do the square  thing by the widow."  "Indeed!"  "Yes; we appointed a committee to  Inform the widow that the joke was  on us, and we gave her the choice of  the crowd for her second husband."���������  J.lppincotfs Magazine.  His Favorite Parable.  A country clergyman  on  his round  of visits interviewed a youngster us to  his acquaintance with Bible stories.  "My lad," he said, "you have, of  course, heard of the parables?"  "Yes, sir," shyly answered Ihe boy,  whose mother had Inducted him In sacred history; "yes. sir."  "Good!" .said the clergyman. "Now,  which of them do you like the best of  all?"  The boy squirmed, but at last, heeding his mother's frowns, he replied:  "I guess I like that ono where somebody loafs nnd fishes." ��������� Woman's  Home Companion.  \Yoiir Hair  Contrary?  Is ir inclined to run aweypj  Don't punish it with a cruel [  brush and comb! Feed it, nourish it, save it with Ayer's Hair  I Vigor, new improved formula.  Then your hair will remain at j  home, on your head, where it  belongs. An elegant dressing.  I Keeps the scalp healthy.  Doei net change the color of the hair.  yers  JoruaU with ugh bouieI  Q       Show it t������ jwn*  ���������'������������������������������������ A,Mt0T  ���������aelc hla abont It, I  then do u ht mtjt I  We certainly believe this, or we would  nol say ao. Aver'. Hair Vigor, asnov  nude from our new Improved formula.  ������ * great preparation for the hair and  ���������calp. Stop, Jailing balr. Cures dandruff.   Promotes the growth of hair.   "-^fcyttif, o. A-r.rO*. Iwrrti, Vui,   IN THIS DARKNESS IXE FEMi--OVElt A CIIAXB.  night nt any time in the last ten years,  aud I can only wonder that it hasn't  been done a dozen times over."  "But how could it have been?"  "During the  day  you are  upstairs,  down   cellar   or  downtown   half   the  time, nnd the cook is in the kitchen.  Any  man cau  unlock the front door  -mid  help himself.    During the night  we sleep like two logs, and a wagon  could be backed up and our furniture  loaded in.    1 shiver when I think of  the   risks   we  have   run;   but,   thank  heaven, they are over with now."  "Wlmt have you been doing?" was  asked.  "Mnking things safe for the future.  I linvc been wanting to do it for a year  past, but haven't had the time.   It'wns  reading .some  criminal  statistics thi-3  forenoon   that  hurried   me   up.    Mrs.  Bowser,*do you know that 040 houses  .were burglarized in this citv in the last  year?"  "I had no idea of it."  "And that only seventeen  burglars  wero sent to prison?"  "I never read those items."-  . "Arrd that it was the fault of the  householders themselves that there was  even' one burglary?"  "JIow do you mean?"  "I mean that If a house is left unde-  feudpd like an old shed some one will  he tempted to eirter.   It is our carelessness that makes burglars.   We virtually invite them to rob us and then demand that they be sent to prison.   If  we hud been murdered in our beds at  any time, the law should have held the  murderer almost blameless."  "And you have done something, have  you?" asked Mrs. Bowser as she looked  around. ''  "'1 have. I have put in n burglar  alnrm this afternoon. It's a new thing  iu alarms, and the inventor wanted me  to try it aud recommend it. I may buy  u share in the patent arid go to manrr-  focturing. See tlmt gong on the wall  or the hall? Touch door or window  after the house is shut and that gong  sounds like a lire alarm. The burglar  doesu't burgle with that thing ringing.  He takes a sknte."  .   "Well, It- rnriy prove to be a good  thing."  Felt That They Were Safe.  "It rimy! Why, It can't help itself.  I shall go to sleep tonight feeling that  we nre perfectly snfe, and, even better than that, we shan't be making  burglars of honest men aud sending  them to prison to end their days."  After dinner Mr. Bowser furnished  some more statistics on burglars aud  robberies. He showed that 24,324  houses In the United States were  robbed hist year in the daytime.  lie sliowed that 32,045 were burglarized nt night. '  ! He showed that 750,704 others would  have been burglarized but for alarms.  , He showed that while 23.1 persons  ,were killed by burglars who got in,  iSO.OOO.OOO escaped deuth by keeping  burglars out.  He showed that burglar alarms had  ;n mornl Influence on cats.  He sliowed that thoy brought husbands home at iin early hour.;  ,   He showed that the took ought to  'work for ?2 u month loss in a house  so defended.   *   /    ' ���������  He showed that loss of sleep by worrying over possible burglaries cut short  the lives of 50,000 people, every year  'In the United .Stales alone.  "And there's another thing," ue'snld.  ���������after  finl.sliln*,' off  his 'statistics. ���������   "I  ilmvo heart trouble, ns you know."  j   "(food hinds, but I  never heurd ot  mint!" oxchilined Mrs. Bowser.  "Hnvi'ii't I /mentioned it to your  "Of course not.   When did you linn  It out?"        ,  "Mouths and months ago. If l have  uotsald anything-It Is because l didn't  want to worry you.. Suppose you  should dig your elbow into mo at midnight uml wako me up to auuotnrce  that fhero was a burglar In the house."  ."Yes." '  "I should, of course, spring out of  bed nutl grupplo with hlni. I should  choke him Into insensibility and then  hand him over to tho police Ho  would be tried and sentenced, but  when nil wnn over I should doubtless  collu-j.-y ���������jiiiLi'j ih'iul.   You,see, hi out  door.  No burglar in sight.  lie took 'a look from the back windows.  Nothing iu sight but the Bowser cat  trying to walk the clothesline.  The opening of the door had increased the ringing of the gong by one-hn"]f.  The shutting of it did no good. Mr.  Bowser knew just where to turn the  ring orT. but in the darkness he fell  over a chair, and In getting up he  knocked a vase over. This confused  him. and he was groping around when  Mrs. Bowser called down:''  "Why, In mercy's name, don't you  turn that thing off? People are beginning to stop at the gate." '  "Let 'em stop. I'm not going to break  my neck in the dark."  ther's following the.advice of an un-  l.ittle Elmer���������Papa, please buy me a  hobbyhorse?  Papa-Why, Elmer, you are too old.  to be wanting a hobbyhorse.  Little Elmer���������Then, papu, please buy  me a real horse.���������Chicago News.  Not being able to find a match in.the  darkness, he made his way to the door  again and opened it. Then that old  gong did business. It had only been  loafing around before. It rang and  buzzed and rattled and groaned and  grunted. It brought pedestrians down  from one street and up from another.  It woke the sleeping inmates of ten  houses,, and it brought bends to windows and swear words from mild mannered men. It brought a crowd up on  the steps and a dozen demands to know  what was .wrong.  '���������It's my durned old burglar alnrm!"'  explained Mr. Bowser.  The crowd wouldn't believe It���������There  were half a dozen who declared that  he was torturing. somebody, aud a  small boy had been promised a cent to  go for a policeman when one arrived  and pushed his way into the hall. His  first act was to light1 the gas. His second was to seize the gong and tear it  out by the roots and throw it outdoors.  Then he turned to Mr. Bowser and  said:  ,'TH be around after,;you early in the  morning, old man, and if the judge  don't give you six months for this,  monkey business I'll eat my hat!"  The crowd was driven away nnd the  door locked, and Mr. Bowser climbed  the staire,  "How many people escaped from being murdered in their beds last year?"  asked Mrs. Bowser.   "  "Nothing from you, madam!" he replied. "I understand your little game.  We will telephone our respective lawyers in the morning, and I'll fight the  alimony question clear to the supreme  court at Washington!"       M. QUAD.  wise medical advisei.  "I herewith send my photo and testimonial for Psychine.���������'I wrw given up  IG years ago as an incurable consumptive, by Prof. Lyman, Rush Medical  College, Chicago.- [ suffered several  years after this until I heard of Psychine, and through it I was restored  to perfect health, which I Have, enjoyed for the past ten years. My  sickness began'first with catarrh of  the head. I readily advise catarrh  and la grippe sufferers to take Psv-  chine.    ' " .  -    "MRS. A. WELLS,  "Lyndall, Man."  Psychine (pronounced si-keen) is  the most wonderful cure known to j  medical science for coughs, colds, la  grippe, catarrh, pneumonia, pleurisy  night sweats, chills, wasting diseases,  consumption   and  stomach   troubles.  At all druggists, 50c and $1.00, or Dr.  T. A. Slocum, Limited, 179 King St.  west. Toronto.  He subjects himself to be seen as  through a microscope who is caught  in a fit of passion.���������Lavator.  Served Accordingly. <  At a men's cafe one night a young  American, a barber, fell in with an  Englishman. The latter wns berating  the Yankees for doing all manner of  business in their shops and not following the better English' plan of sticking  to one brunch.  The next day he swaggered into the  barber shop to be shaved. Tho burlier  gave his face an extra good soaping  and left him, at the same time seating  himself to read.  The Englishman kept quiet for a few  minutes, when, seeing his attendant  reading, he blurted out, "Why don't  you shave me. sir,?"  "You will  have to go up the street  for your shave,"   quietly   replied   the  barber.   "We only lather here."���������Phil  adelphla Ledger.  A  Jolt  to   Romance  "Perseverance will nearly always  win a woman," murmured the poet.  "Right you are," responded a brisk  citizen. "Five out of six women I  proposed to have married me. How's  that for an average, old hoss?"  But the poet frowned and walked  away.���������Washington  Star.  A Tonic For the Debilitated.���������Par-  melee's Vegetable Pills by acting  mildly but thoroughly on the secretions of the body are a valuable'tonic,  stimulating the lagging organs to  healthful action and restoring thern  to full vigor. They can be taken in  graduated doses and so used that  they can be discontinued at any time  without return of the ailments which  they were used to allay.  Inevitable      ,    *',  "So Nelson is dead. ' What killed  him?" '   . -        '     -'  "You know he had one foot in, the  grave?"  "Yes." ���������    ��������� '  "Well, someone  pulled  his leg."���������'������������������  Harper's Weekly.  Clean up the little tasks of today  and you will be ready for the big  tasks of lo-morrow.���������' Philadelphia  Record.  Trouble In  the Jungle.  The more friends you own the more  you have to let them get out of you  to keep them*:���������New York Press.  DOCTOR'WANTED  TO  AMPUTATE  Woman's Toe Saved by Zam-Buk  But for the timely arrival of a box  of Zam-Buk,  Mrs.   K.  F.   Fonger.  34  Myrtle St., St. Thomas,  Out.,  would  have  lost her toe.    She says:    "For  about nine months I suffered cruelly  from tire effects of having a corn removed from my little toe, for with its  removal a hole remained and my toe  was in a terrible state.   For months I  was unable to wear 'a shoe and as the  toe showed "no signs  of healing and  was in such a shocking condition the  Doctor thought it necessary to amputate it. About this time I received a  sample box of Zam-Buk and began using it on my toe. The first application  gave me the greatest ease from pain  and encouraged me to give Zam-Buk  a thorough trial.    Two months after  commencing with Zam-Buk there was  no sign of a hole for the flesh had  grown in very firmly and all soreness  and  pains  were    entirely    banished.  Zam-Buk brought about this healing  when all other remedies failed."  Zam-Buk heals cuts, bruises, old  wounds, running sores, eczema, ulcers, boils, eruptions, scalp sores, itch,  piles, chapped hands, burns, scalds,  and all skin diseases. 50c. box, all  druggists and stores, or Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto.   3 boxes $1.25.  The Infant Catechism.  Little Rosalie, aged six, was watching her mother label some glasses of  preserves. ,  -  "Mother," said she suddenly, "what  kind of preserves docs God make?"  "Why. God doesn't make preserves,  Rosalie." answered her astonished  parent "Whatever mnde you think  such a thing?" "    '  "Yes, he does, mother." said the  child. "'I say It every Sunday in Sunday school. The teacher says, 'Why  should you love nnd serve God?' anil  we say, 'Because he makes preserves  and redeems us.'"���������Lipplnco'tt's.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  Flashy Youth���������I wish I know what  that pretty typewriter girl was buying  who just went out. I suspect it was  something for me.  Department Store Salesgirl (sizing  him up)���������[ think it's quite likelv.  She bought a steel hatpin.���������Chicago  Tribune.  ENGLISH 8PAVIN LI.NIMfcNT removes  all hard, soft or calloused lumps and  blemishes from horses, blood spavin,  ourbs, splints, ringbone, Bweeney, stifles  sprainB, sore and swollen throat, coughs  eto. Save $50.by nse of ono bottle. Warranted the most wonderful Blemish Oarr  ever known.  TOO  MUCH   FOR   HIM.  They Knew Him.  "It seems that Spawnger's acquaintances are all very shrewd people."  "Did lie tell you that?" ���������  "Practically. He announced the other day that he doesu't owe anybody a  dollar."���������Leslie's Weekly.  Foozle Again.  Jie, She���������Men and women can't be judg-  "Whnt's the row here?" demanded Kd by the aame staridards.    For in-  the elephant.. (stance, a man is known by the com-  "The monkey has just given the giraffe a shave and a hair cut," explainer! the other animals. "The giraffe Is  Insisting on having his neck shaved for  nothing, and the monkey won't stand  for it."���������Chicago Tribune.  A Fishy Joke.  "Pa," said the young fish, "why do  we have to wear scales all the time?'"  "Probably, my son," replied the old  fish, "they are Intended to enable us to  get away quickly."���������Houston Post'  pany he keeps.  He���������And a woman by the servant  she can't keep.���������Judge.  TAKE NOTICE.  We publish simple, straight testimonials, not press agents' interviews,  from well-known people.  From nil over America they testify  to the  merits  of MINARD'S  LINIMENT, the best of Household Remedies.  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO., Limited.  Caddie to Foozle (who has slowly  hacked his way to the first hole)���������Wull  ye be gon' tho whole round?  Foozle���������Yes, of course.   Wy?  Caddie-Only they'll be wnntin' the  links tomorrow. It's medal'day.���������Tat-  ler.  Betting on a Sure Thing.  Jack���������I'm going to receive a great  many cigars' and half a dozen pipes  on Christmas.  Tom���������What makes you think so?  Jack���������Why, I stopped smoking two  Hays ago.���������Judge.  _������J  The Young Man���������May I take this opportunity of asking for your daughter's hand?���������Once a Week.  , Getting Down to Facts.  '���������:  "Some ol   our  financiers   have   had  trouble in realizing money."  i   "Of course they hud trouble In realia-  .Ing It.    A lot of it was purely itnagi-  riiiry/'-WnsliIngtcn St.-ir.  Pearl Banks of Ceylon.  In n report. from Colombo the Unit-  'fd   States   consul   says   that   of   the  world's great  fisheries none can compare either in point of antiquity or iu  the   continuity   of   their   prosecution  with   the   pearl   fisheries   of  Ceylon,  which be thus describes: "The pearl  banks of Ceylon date back to the sixth  'century ��������� before Christ.   U Is recorded  that Vljayn, tbe first Singhalese king  of Ceylon, In the year 500 B. C. presented hlsfnthcr-ln-lnw, the Pnudyan  king of Madura, 'a gift of pearls,' thus  Indicating a settled fishery for pearls  on tho const of his dominion prior tn  the historic date."  Lack of Confidence.  A party returning home In hired  broughum, the driver of which In somewhat inebriated.  PatcrfniulllitH (who nt a hill clluilw  ou to tire box nt the request of ranter-  famlllasi-Glve me the reins.  Coaclrman-'Aveyou never driiy down  this 'ere 'III afore?  Pater (taking the rclusi-N'o, I havo  uot ���������  Coaohmnri-Tlrerr I'll walk. (Does  ���������Q.)--Loudou Punch.  One Too  Many.  A street car In charge of a newly appointed Irish conductor had Jnst left  the car barn for the downtown run  Before It had proceeded mnny blocks It  was boarded by an Inspector. This  official, after a glance at the register  and the occupants of the car, asked in  surprise: "Why, O'Flaherty. how's  this? You hare seven passengers, and  the register shows but six fares rung  up!" '        *.-'''*'.���������'.''  "Begbrra, is that nor puzzled the  green conductor. Then Instantly a  happy solution of the difficulty struck  him."Git but o' here, wan o* yezf.he  shouted. "There's wnn too many o"  yea on this car!"���������Harper's Weekly.  The Great Trouble.  "Of course," said the persistent charity worker to the great man, "It's  sometimes hard to say 'No.' Don't you  And it sor  "It Isn't hard to say 'No,'* he re  plied, Vbat .frequently It seems very  hard to say It In sach a way as tc  make people realize that yoa mean It"  -CatboliV Standard and Times.  High Enough.  "'How high do these automobiles  come?" asked the [irospective buyer.  "Oh, they come high enough for you  to get under them when there's any  trouble." replied the salesman.-Yon-  ���������kers .statesman.  He Thought the Countryman Had Been  Bilked by a Bunko Steerer.  "I dunno," said the old man after  crossing tlie street to npproHt-h a pa  trolman who was standing on the curb  and swinging his club in an idle way-  "I duuuo but I've been gum gained."  "Shouldn't wonder a Hit," replied the  officer   as   he   looked   him   over   and  smiled.   "How was it?" '  "I met a feller up at the postoflice."  "Yes, of course.    Your sort are  always meeting fellers."  "He wanted  to lend a feller $10~a.  feller whose mother hud just died."  "But he didn't have it?"  "Nope.   Hadn't a cent."  "And   he   wanted   to   borrow   It   of  you?"  "Yep. Said if I"d lend It to him he'd  meet me right here in an hour and paj  It back. The hour Is up, but he Isn'i  here. Do you think he's gum gamed  me?"  "Do I think?   Why, of course he has.  Say, old mau, how did your wife hap  pen to let you come to town?   Of till  the green things I ever saw"���������  "But the feller looked honest."  "Honest!   Ha, tin, ha!"  "And he talked like a truthful man."  "Truthful!    Well,  if you ain't hayseed  right  from  the  barn  floor!    Do  you expect "to over see the fellow or  your  $10   again?    Dune   up?    Conti-  dencod?   Gum gnmed?   Say, you are  about the easiest mark in four states  What you \\aut to do is to"-  At that moment a young mau carut-  hurrying up with a greenback In his  hand and handed it to the old man arm  said:  "You must excuse me, but I was nil  by a street car and unavoidably de  talned. nere's your money, and a  thousand thanks for your confidence in  me." ���������  The old man shoved the bill Into a  vest pocket and looked at the otticer.  The officer returih'd his gaze for a moment and th-.m fell dead. The coroner  sard that his hi>nrt was broken by  some sudiieu Jar.-Culcngo News.  Mother Graves'   Worm   Extermina-<  tor has no equal for destroying worms  in children and adults.   See that you  get tlie genuine when purchasing.  BOY LOVER'S SUICIDE.  Found Shot After Writing Pathetic^  Letter to Sweetheart.;  A romantic story hangs round the  determined suicide of George Rusaam,  a Birmingham, Eng., youth' of 17,  who shot himself and then- jumped  into a place known as the "Devil's  Pit."  Inside his watch were found three  photographs. On the back of one was  written: "I love you; don't be a flirt  like your sister." -   .    ���������  Since Easter, according to his lath-,  er, the lad had been flirting with the  daughter of a nextrdoor neighbor, but  Mr. Russam disapproved of the attachment* and. a few days before the  tragedy he had given his son'a thrashing.  Next day the lad decided to leave  home, and actually took lodgings, but  he changed his mind and made peace  with  his father '      ,   ,  Getting up at the usual time, he left  home witli the intention of goin*j to  his employment, but instead he visited his sweetheart, who was ill in bed.  After remaining a few minutes he  left the girl, and was not seen again  by any of his friends. '  By the last post the same night tho  girl received a long letter, commencing, "My dearest Nellie," and continuing :  "I write you this letter, which will  be the last which you or anyone else  will receive from me. I cannot stand  this uny longer, and if my father and ,  mother say that you are to blame it  is a lie."  He hinted that he was about to take  his life, and added:  "Perhaps it is for the best that I  am gone, as I dare say my parents  will be content to know that I am  not with you."  A seven-chnmbered rpvolvw was  found'beside Russam's body. Five  cartridges had misfired, but two of  the shots had taken effect.  A Ranking Theory.  First Heiress���������Do you know what I  think about these husbands of rank?  Second Ditto-What do you think?  ������ First neiross-That they are apt to  be rank  husbands.���������Baltimore  American.  have  A Happy Family.  lome of our "sisterhood of slates"  names that seem to me  N'i'1   quite an  truly  rcmlnine a*  "sister"  nnnies should be.  With Idn Hoe nnd Delia Ware and Louisa^  Anna, too,  I find no fault.'and Florrle Dan and Ten-  nli> Sep will do.  MIsh Sourl.  Mr\sippl and Virginia will  puss.  ���������Vhile Allle llama's fairly good and Mary  Land first class:  llcsldi-n.  tt-e-vo Callle Fomla and Minnie  Sota: they  Have pleasant mimes quite (jood enough  to glvo to girls today.  nut any one who ponders on thla themr-  must say, with me. ,  ICon  Tucky mid Con Nectlcut are  boys"  nnmos. don't you see?   "���������'  Wml   so  are   nrveral   others:   hohco   our  school books ought to tell   .  (.'bout   our   "sisterhood   of   states"   and  "brotherhood" as well.  -Nixon   Waterman   In   Woman's   Home  Companion.  llio  Love ar  Ci���������tu.e.  A Scfdnesc friend of mine lived fa  Paris for a year.    Waking on a win-  ter*s morniu*,'. he found that snow bad  fallen in the night.    As a matter of  ������urse he took his way to the Bois de  Boulogne to admire tlie beauty of the  snow upon  tlie trees.    What was his  astonishment when with his companion,  a  compatriot,   lie arrived   In  the  Bois   to Cud  It entirely   solitary  nntr  deserted.   The two Japanese paid their  vows to beauty In the whiteness mid  the stillness of the morning and nt liNt  beheld In the distance two other Inures   approaching.     They   were   comforted.     "We  nre: not   quite   alone."  they said to themselves.    There wore  at limst two other "just men" iu that  city   of the Indifferent and the  blind  The figures'-drew' nearer.    They also  were Japanese.���������London Saturday Re  dew.  British Channel Ferry.  The hopelessness of the British public ever becoming reconciled to the  I idea of a tunnel under the Channel  moves Mr. Lloyd-George, the" President of the Board of Trade to advocate a Channel car ierry between Dover and Calais. The wonder is, considering the need for it, that the project has been so long delayed.  It is only about twenty miles from  Dover to Calais.    While the Channel  bears a bad reputation because of its  choppy currents, it offers no serious  obstacles  to the   operation   of   train  ferry-boats.     Across   Lake   Michigan  there is a 63-mile railroad ferry .from  Frankfort, Mich., to Kewaunee, Wis.,  where each  boat  carries 24  cars on  lour parallel tracks.    The boats  are  designed to break their way through  ice.   Railroad trains are regularly ferried across the Straits of Mackinaw in  spite of tremendous ice gorges. There  is another car ferry across Lake Erie.  The Russian Government maintained  a car ferry 23 miles in length - across  Lake  Baikal on   the   Trans-Siberian  Railroad,   and  has only  lately, built  tracks around the lake.  _ There is no reason known to practical   railroading   why   the   traveler  leaving  England    for" the  Continent  should be forced to change cars between London and the Mediterranean.  But it is not merely as a convenience  to  travelers  that a ferry across  the  British Channel is urged.   The economics effected in the moving of freight  and   especially  of   perishable   goods  would  be enormous.   Part land and  part water traffic, with double loading and unloading is slow and expensive.  Talbot County, Md., claims the dia-  tinotion of having a longer, coast line  than any other county in the world.  A School For Nobles.  Evidence that Chirm is moving along  toward a constitutional government Is  contained In the following Item froln  n Shanghai dally newspaper: "Pao  IlHi. vice president of the ministry of"  education, has recommended to the  throne the establishment of n peerage  school for the study of political econ-  onry and civil laws. Only sons of  princes and dukes and other nobles  n,J, f .. I,,rCpar0 Us fltudenta ^r  membership hi the future Chinese  house of lords." --"--uuoo  Fashionable New Scents.  "Nerve scent" Is the uewest form or  drugging for the smart woman. Her  "vanity bag" Is furnished with a dniri  ty, Innocent looking, gold stoppered  scent bottle. It contains essenco ol  Parma violets from, Paris, which Is  heavily charged with ether.  When she is tired a few whiffs of  this scent stimulate her flagging euer  gles nnd keep her bright and alert nI  a dinner or supper party.  Another favorite "nerve scent" con  slsts of eao.de cologno mixed with  chloroform nnd a dash of ammonia  Inhaled, tWs Is a powerful and danger  ous pick me up.  Woman's Work.  Marriage is woman's work In the  world, not man's. From whntevei  point It Is viewed, physical or spiritual, as a question of civic polity or ii  question of individual ethics, It is hei  specific share of the world's work-  flrst, last aud alwnys-ullotted to hoi.  by laws far stronger than sho is. Arid  tho woman who falls to recogulzo this  and acknowledge It has- tho germ or  dlvorco iu her veins at the outset.���������  Anna A. Rogers In Atlantic.  RO'Off-R|CH-  NOW  Th������re Ii one roof that urn money  became it will |������itlOOye������r������.  Guaranteed in writing for !������ years.  ^"OSHAWA"  GALVANIZED  STEEL SHINGLES  Thie roof iave������ you work because if  ���������o e������y to put on (do it younalf with a  hammer and mim), and tare y������u worry  became they fireproof, windproof ani  weather-proof   th.  bunding-   {Joy toiir.  ������7    ROOFING RIGHT.    Addrw.   "  The PEDLAR People ffigg,  Otbawa Montreal Ottawa Toronto London Winnipeg "  A Keen Appetite  and a healthy stomach indicate  an activeLiver,which is enjoyed  by all who use Beecham's Pills.  They insure strong digestion,  sweet breath and sound sleep.  No other remedy is as good a*  Beecham's1  *   Pills  Sold Everywhor*,  In boxes 20 c������nU.  W.   N.   U.   No.   -070.  HBHIUBB .7'  THE    LEDGE,     GREENWOOD.    BRITISH    COLUMBIA  'I   ii 'I   ' I" V'-l'I'lV'!   n   l"1".  i.i * .. i . . - :'-.> ii  i> j ���������  ���������j ;i <   i-,--' u'-i j ;; -i j ~j -15  -" fl " c ,-">i     ? "i L- S 5 B   ������*> IT*" "fa    =-  L   Dciilor in ������j  !:     Windows, Boors, |  p       Turned Work and    |  -: Inside Finish. 1  ! Slis.NULI-SJiUKJK, CTC |  i M MM i TO3A |  =..  '{//'tar!     SJ������'lvP    Piicfr3!' -^  ������- PHOMt"   65 .-!  t - -"?  ^.n^iliiillillillillllNliiilliNii'llli.li'liiiilillii.lilMlllilllllllUI^.'illlili:^''  ���������in*,.������*"vj",ii".<iiij������'*-,a-"i^w--'*������ ������.**��������������� rtv^/ejnfrtti *^trt���������������ii^.������*m*"������������iriir**4--'ji������.<H*< ij.n*  Hotel 'Ladysmith  The I'c'it ,*i]ipninttltl workiirrmrui's  iior.rl in Imii i-iiy, Tin* finest of  ipiri.-.'.n-kcil wi'li tin; In"it Wines,  I,!',!'��������� r ��������� -'i.<l Vi'-iui-i. Li^htctl with  ��������� ..*.,:. il-. . (!.*! ***i*l .-.>!'! balli.--.  '',- ���������  .-: !'��������� ���������*..*  .*iiii|   K*������iii*i, _:l .*. da\  -.>:���������,    -  -   !':;n:'i:ii'-, n>:;  :i  ,> J^    o     o     ������  EA3DY & CO.  General Merchauts, Midway, B. C.  J lay and Grain always  on hand. Sloiji'iis and  Wayonsand Implements  ol" all kinds carried in  stock. The very best  goods   at right   prices. ���������  iui> cuubu4*������fB."lkoati'>naWA*MrMN  STAEKEY & 00.  N1CI,S0N, H. c.  .  V/HOIvlvSALE  DtUU-CRS  IN  Produce   and   Provisions  J. E. Cameron.  Lo'uiing Tailor of tho  Kootenay?.  n, il V.  The Hotel Siocan  Thu-i* Forks, P.. C, is ihe leading  hotel of the city. JMoiiiiltiiu trout  ami fjiiiiie 'diiineis a specially.  Rooms reserved by telegraph.  Hugh Niven. Prop  f) iu.i /������MAT>r3.m������ ��������� urttus^-^^Bkwirsn'tTXanntfB-cs  , Is the home  for all tourists  I and millionaires visiting New  j Denver.   British | Columbia.  ���������"���������-eemwood, B. C-HENRY   STEGE,   PEOPE.  ':'[,,,,   '    ���������'. r.j] i-,, the i*ii v. nti'l -still;    I 1 *-%*\-\ aTalfthtfla-n>-aTtrrTir*lt'fm*Mar*****,J~*"**'    "���������������������������������-'���������������������������^���������������������������������-���������  -. , ii >, t   ,-   ..mi' liwinn.iii-mf'iit.    Koi.'iiim  c.i>!',. 11, : ' :;l:- ttji'e.l tu any in the j  i ���������-.-. ft; . .!.(��������� i-.'ir ;.;*j-;'!ii-H only tin- leal j ^.-^ a-b-���������-^       S  .-.���������,,   .���������...���������."i.'-jMrotMli.iKl  IJovemiiieiit,   If S| 4^      ft������Iff^lM |^  >J. W. .Nelson &i ^  ^dll^iiW  of the' Mainland Cigar can be  ,...,,. ,., .. ,, :V-.T , < ^,,-d ,rr-a-*- seen all over British Columbia.  ' " Made m Vancouver by win.  X'-' r ���������;. ;: c.   i > ruu on the  ;-   -.-:*,.'-.M! and r*,uropean Tieljen, and sold ou  the road  ;    ,:.    Xc,*J-ir,-:,eilo-,-about fa    ^   Da].]in  ih-:.3'..;e except the jjolu 111 J  t'-c cafe.  Maionc   6<   Ti^cgilias "���������  ������  V'oe Grecr.t^:coci L^aGchL,      ,,  From 1< rauce,  iVa'C ..'  Holland and Japan.  EDS, TREES, PLANTS  f..������^.A ^~.  A 3.    --w^ A ������,  V/0FKS  Is ni'V,' pi'i'pjirt-d to make,  ni! V.ii,'1- ot Irnii. Briisi or  C(-i;i*r Crrstin^H. J-'ir&t-  tliis.-     v. ork     M.iiiriiutL'cd.  Geo. Jvl. HoJt,   manager.  rjw������B#>������~i������ra������-������^������-L(6. *"!���������������������������������������**  For fall planting. Reliable varieties at i-euhOuable~prices. Fertilizer.--, Boo. Sui'irlies, Spray Pump-*,  SpiayiriK Material, Cut. Flowers,  etc. " Oldest established nursery on  rhe mainland of B. 0. Catalogue  free.  M. J. HENRY  .10 in V.'i'������l minster l.oail.  VASCOUVUi:.  Kim lACSuti mi_a������i  1;  i-'-i  *w-^o-^-'o^a^.^^^^^ j KAS L0  n O T E L  _.,,;/;     ^?^^,i      KASLO B 0  li\'-'. -   -.'��������� 1. "���������l-;.:-:.-;^-'Jc������.-^'{^% I    I.������ a comfortable home for all  'i2L^JJi^:^^iiiSii^| j who travel to that city.  0\ COCKLE & FAPWORTII.  -J ������jr i a iw ir������r������ a fl   1 j Arlington   Hot  "?  T//B- LEDQl  Is published every 'f-hursday nt Greenwood, n. C,.aud the price is $i a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, United  States, Jlexico and Grout Britain. To  other countries it is scut postpaid for  $3.50 a year. Address all letters to The  f,crtf,'e, Greenwood, B. C.  R. T. LOWERY,  PUBLISHER.  GRKKNVOOD  B.   C, FEB. 20, 190S.  <Uf7lOlt['tw'ILAlJCL>  Ix his annual address Colgate  Hoyt, president of the British Columbia Copper company, says : " 1  inoBt heartily congratulate our  stockholders on the very satisfactory physical condition of our  properties." Tire physical condition of tlie properties is doubtless  all right, but what more deeply  concerns the people of this district  is the mental condition of some of  those interested  in  the company.  Trn-: assets of tho Northwestern  Supply company of Winnipeg will  not be suiTicieut to pay"the bail ill's  fees. Tlie company did a large  mail order business, and among  this class arc 1,200 creditors. Concerning the methods of tho company the Winnipeg Free Press  says : "Among" the trade creditors  are many of the wholesale houses  of*Winnipeg and F-istcrn Canada,  who supplied this institution with  goods no doubt without being  aware of the methods of operation  or the unfair competition it waged  with reputable merchants throughout  the   West."  Stock-taking sale-   of  Art Squares,   'Rugs,  all  sizes "aud  prices.  Japanese Matting and Linoleumns, A. L. WTTJT1'], r  Phone 1C. ''      Furniture Man.  ���������r.-y:*^T-"-*r^v!  *,' V"? V*1 ���������''���������I'���������* 3 iV,  '������������������::.*,':l'>-1.:-<'"',>'r^l m  Sells at 50 cents per pound, but as'a pound will  make fiom lo to 30 more cups of'pure full strength  coiff;e .than ordinary, or even the snnie'coil'ee' if  ground in the dlrl way, it is economical.  It takes more than a pound of coifeo berries to;  make a pound of Harrington Hall,. ��������� as several  ounces of chaff and dust are removed by a special  process. The chair contains the injurious element  and its removal' loaves only tho best part of'tlio  coffee, which you can drink and enjoy without fear  of ill effects.  ���������Al���������?-,<> G>  W3-������  . DISTRIBUTORS:  miter-Eendrlc  CJOJIPANV.  TliE iN'ATiOXAL  TlKillWAY  i-\������i- r!iu.-c who could not get  a v..1 v duriij;;   the hut-y Jloli-  GKEICNWOOD  ^ j lias ample accommodation for a  large number of guests.    Pleasant  Rooms and a Good Table.    Sun-  iil'.V    .-iT.-OIl  ,   wo reeoi.imend j.day Dinners a Specialty.  u  nF  I'  Mks.  Ada JJkr-vakd.  ���������^      Two   weeks   in   this   Far- V ft 1T 1 T  '=;  F-ir.iC'i   .Sanitarium,   with itf },', I , |j l' tt |  ) "-i.-.i.in':- Li !!im :inrl nrf-t-ciass re \  *J Fff,-pit;:I airangements. is just ^  >, the place to build up and get  ������ ii  fresh  start.    Rates,   $2.50  t per dav and up.  s ___:   ff^w  TV"������   J-     -^    j  '.'     R-'ridai-d .Slc-f.-iring ears and  p  .a Firsl-CJa.-ri  0  4>  TO L'RJST" SLEEPERS  ou all Through trains. Correspondence invited and  cheerfully answered.  r) For particulars  call  on local   a  ������* --, -  iJ agents or address  K   .J. 3IOK. Tt. 1-. A., XoUnu.  ���������> 1;. .T, cnvi.r-:, A. <;. r\ A,  '" Vnm-otivri-  MINKKAT. AOT  Certificate of Improvements  ���������'Lir-tU' l'i ii!.*l- r.u.lioiial" ���������ui-l "I,Itf!������ Fr.ink''  ;>IIhm-.:I I'liiiin-.; !"iui:'li-.ln   iii- (Iru-.-iiwooil  illi.lii.**; fx*. i-'-'ii "f Vul>.' J-i,-ii'|!.-i.   Wliuri: lo-  ''iif.'ii:   fii sir, l-ii'ii (-,iiii|i on I,In,I ('Avi'k,  T,M'i; NiiT'C-!-; 'hat  1,   Svil������ir>J- M. .foliii.-tnii,  ii";-,' ii * ".t'i-i;!   f'������i' .l<i.-i*!'h"l, AlcD-.ltiiill. I-'rC'--  Mii (-,-���������< i't ni; :���������*>', No. IH','ri..'tnti-iifi "i.ity 'Jnys  frf-iii th ��������� li'ti- h' ''"(. til I'l'H.V I" I II-' Mlnin.-r Hi.-  t-iiiilt t 1 v 11 f'i:': 'r.'-.-tie 1 f IHi.ir-.v.-munil, fur tin*  liiinm-'-'i-f !/' Niiiii-i'-iii Ci'iunllriiiit K,it|i- itli'.vn  i-.l.iiin. ,     '  Aril fun!: r t-il-i* ii'itln* tint, iii-lloii. miilii:  s-:i'Hmi i'.'i. i:ir: ' i; ri.iiiinun'i'i-'l licforn tliulssu  iiiici.-rii -im-li ''. ;i :::���������!'I'-' uf llnr-rovi-mnitB.  IMI. (I till-, !������; 'i'H' --f ���������l.i-iti'ir.y, A. I)  IWiU.  .SVUNKV At ���������JUIINSON.  LAND   ACT  SinJn^nicexi Land District.  UH'l'JMCT   Ol.-'   YAI.K.  'I'AKI': SO I I'll*; llml .liMiir>i K'Ii;ii.i* llri'iiunn.  1,' .\'i'l[|v,i..y. II ���������'������������������ tii'iMij'H'i'iii I'nni.ar, iuti-iiiM  l���������i'il>'i,ly fur n -.p i.-lnl tluilitr lif:i'ii.������Mivi;r rlii*.  f. I i.tt'iiii' ��������� f���������' i'i ll������* ' llifiUi  c, ., ,,,,,,.- ��������� . .it. ,1, -,.i'l 11 f tin- N'trili l!iiut cor-  ���������,,-,,Vi���������l .171. In rirrtitr. f, Sliiilll,-iiinii.iii 1)1-  ��������� i in'i 1 f Y' '��������� ��������� l):. nil"!, .-ifriii'ilinit I" lliuolllfiiil  .'urv-'.��������� llifi'-'il, tlii-t"' i*."-',������" 'liii;ii.*'. tlieii���������  ,.. .ii,'.|i, i-imlift. ilii-'irt' iMi-tii-'i initi'i". nii-nt-ij  ...,.ll!,     .|'l     l-lrllll'i       l>;     i:"l''l-     ���������>'     I'l'llll'I'NH.*'.'-  ii-.i-iii ni;il i-ti||t:ilni;i:f .'���������:niifiv.-. ill'tm <*r I. '*.  r'l-iiiiti tin- 'nili (I iv '.I' Anvitiiii)iii", iri'fv.  RAILWAY  KOL'TU  OF  TUB  ORIENTAL   LIMITED  TKAI.V   LEAVES  MIDWAY DAILV  8:50 A. M.  ARRIVKS  6:25 P. M.  Close connection at .Spokane for  Pacific Coast and Eastern  Points.  Stage to and  from  Greenwood  meets trains at Midway.  For Further Particulars Apply  P. H. BfiiifHAM, D. F. & P. A.,  Grand Forks, B. C.  W. A. Ross, A. G, P. A.,  Seattle, Wash.  NOTICE TO; DELINQUENT  CO-OWNERS.  Ti> .Mli'm ArfiMiji Aurtornon,  lill'l \V, T   Hinllli.  tir ;uiy. fitlim*  [Kirsiiii or [iorsons to wliom  tlii-y limy liavu li-aiiffi-rR''' tliolr Itilnro.itH  in Hut O1I11111I111-. Miimrul clnlm, situate; in  Miniiiiilt I;iiiii;>, in  tlio  (irWiiiwooil  Minliiir  DIvIkImii of Yule ONtrlofc, nml recorded in  tlm AHnliiif Jttcor.liir'f! ulllw. ul. Ori)cnwuo>l,.  ll.C.i .-,.:  Vnn, und iiiujIi nf ynii, ni'i: Imrijliy lKitiliod  t,li,-il I Imvo ux|i(iiid<*it tlioaiiin (if tlirne liitinlrod  ilnlliir.-idW.'Kl'ln lalior anil rccoMlltilf foes 011  Itii!   nliovii named liilnnriil  cli-.im in (irdcr.t.o  Jiold MiuHiimu miller tlm p'rorlalon.* nf kvcMuii  L'li.f the MiiiornI Act:  mid Unit if, wllliln 1)0  rliiy* from rhu diilc of llil-i iiotlcn, you full or  i-dfmn to  contrlliut* your proportion  of  tlm  rtfon-wld  o.T|iciiifItiirii���������Mlna Allies Andnr-'oti  Hovmity-flviidulliil-.-i (Wt.ivi), nnd VV. T, Smith  tivnnty-llvi! il'illiir/' (i.'i uiy���������tor tlio  omt ycui'.  liiulliiK lln: -''Hi duy or Miiy, 1W������7, t.oucthcr with  nil i-o.ilt^-of ;������ilv������rUHliii/. your lrili*r������Htn jri lln:  fluid (iliilin will lii-t'oimi voMiivi In  tho  njidur-'  tdRTiC'I. ulidi:r Sou. .1 of tlio Mluornl Aot, Aiiiunil-'  muni: Ant, 111:1.1.  tmttjil nt Orcenwood, U. C, IJils 11th day of  rjecumbor, MOT.  21 .IAME3 V. OUNNINOHAM.  Ax Act to Amend the Municipal  Clauses Act lis now in course .of  passage through tlie' legislature.  Clause 10-th should satisfy even  the most careful purchaser of wood  Here is the clause, which gives tlie  municipality power to enact almost  unlimited powers;: "To regulate  the mode of sale and delivery of  cordwood. including cord wood  brought into the city from outside  the corporate limits, and to require  all cordwood sold to be delivered  in vehicles with racks so measured  and adjusted as to contain a cord  of wood, and for compelling the  delivery by the seller to the purchaser of a ticket correctly stating  the measure supplied, and for compelling measurement at the city  market by an official, and payment  of a reasonable fee, and the giving  of tickets of measurement, and for  the marking of such cordwood, and  for the keeping of records by such  official, and for regulating the  mode of loading cordwood on vehicles ; and for providing penalties  for obliterating or defacing the  mark placed on cordwood by any  official, or the alteration or destruction of any ticket, and the  breach of any regulation.''' If the  foregoing is not sufficient the purchaser has the privilege, barring  certain restrictions in the criminal  code, of forcibly taking possession  of the wood.          Diuixci the past year the work  of tho Board of Trade has been  very satisfactory, indeed, considering the support received from  the business men of the city, and  much credit is due Mr. Russell, the  retiring president, for this untiring  efforts in endeavoring to make the  board a live one. A board of  trade is intended to represent, protect and increase the earning  power of every dollar invested in  the community, and every dollar-  invested should be represented at  its meetings. Business men are  in Greenwood for tho sole purpose  of making dollars. An organization intended to assist in attaining  this oi'ject should be enthusiastically supported by all the dollar  makers. The more varied the  interests represented at its meetings, the wider will bo the scope of  its influence. The membership  fee to the board is only $5. The  business man who cannot afford  to pay ������.) a year to meet once a  month with other business men  to discuss qtistionH of vital interest  to all, is not making a very great  effort to protect-- on increase the  earning power of'the dollars which  he lias invested in the city. You  ���������rnay not bo'in payor, of all -the  schemes brought-forward by -;tlie  board, but yditr" presence at /the  meetings might brpadofi Cits Ade-'  liberations and bring out.some jicw  idea that would materiallyassist in'  making the whole. ..community,  more prosperous The . boarcV is  not a social or political organization, but a number of nicn associated together, representing business interestf) in which dollars are  invested, and with the sole aim of  increasing the general prosperity  in order that the earuiug power of  their invested dollars will also increase. The man with the few  dollars is as much interested in  the general' prosperity as the man  with the many, and should do his  share of the work.  Wk repeat that we know neither  the facts noi-- the law bearing upon  the failure of a judge of the  supreme court to be present at Nelson when ono wan expected ; but  we do know that tho public is getting heartily sick of certain performances in connection with the  administration of justice in this  province. Wu also know that the  members of t-lie supremo court are  public servants paid to. work for  tho public, and as such they are  liable to criticism, which in the  case of some of them has been  withheld so that public 'confidence  may not be further -weakened than  can be avoided.���������Colonist.  There is no shut-down at the  factory in Nelson, where the Royal  Seal Cigar is made. It is still being smoked in all parts of the  Boundary.  AMONG THE CURLERS,  Following  is  result of  play  to  date for Warren cup :  Bisliop L3   Frith 10  Bishop   ..1-2  Birnie ......  ...LI  Rialiop   ...IS  Beattie.  ... 5  Bishop   ... 7  McCre.-ith   ... G  Bisliop   .   It  Johnson ....  ... 9  I5e;tttic   ..in  Warren   ... f>  llirnie   ..IR  Beattie   ... 0  Birnie'1   ..15  MeCroath...  ... G  Birnie    ...15  McDonald,..  ...13  Dill   ..LI  Johnson   ...  9  Dill     ..18  ..15  ... 5  Dill '  McCutcheon  ... 7  Dil!   '..12  Bear tie   ... S  Dill   ..Hi  Warren   ...U  Dill:   . 12  Mi-Mvnn....  ... S  Dill   .. S  .Johnson   ..15  McCutcheon  ... '1  Johnson   ..10  Beatrie   ... 7  Johnson   ..15  Birnio.   ... M  Johnson '..  ..12  Warren   ...  5  Johnson   ..10  McCreath ...  ... 9  Frith   ..IS  Dill   ... 8  Frith   ..12  Birnie   ...10  Frith   ..12  Beattie   ... .6  Frith.-.   ..15  John?on   ...  7  Frith   ..1-2  Warren   .      '1  Krith   ..18  McMvnn. ...  ... M  Frith   ..13  McCutcheon .  ... 7  Mi'CriMilh   ..If!  Dill   ... L2  McCreath   .. 15  Frith   ...11  McCreath....  ..IS  Beattie   ... '1  McCreath   ..14  McCutcheon .  ... S  Mi-CriKith   ..12  McDonald .   .  ...10  McCreatli   ..12  McMy.nn....  ... 8  McCutcliuon ..  ..15  McDonald ..,  ... 5  MrCu:i'lic*.'on..  .. 18  Birnio    ...13  McCutcheon .  ..i"2  Bishop   ...It  McL'ntrheoii ..  ..15  Beattie   ... S  McDonald   ..11  Warren   ...10  McDonald....  ..a  Johnson..   ..  ...10  11  Dill   ... G  McDrinnlil   ..LI  Beatrie   ... G  McDonald ...  ..L2  Frith   .. 11  McDon.-ikl....  ..11  Bishop   ,.."8  Mc.Mvnn   .. ������  Bishop   ...-8  MeMvnn..--...  ..It  McDonald...  ... (i  MuM vnn  ..1.8  ... 5  McMynn   Johns-oil   ...    *.>  Mi-Mvim   ..12  Birnio    ...11  Mc.Mvnn   ".. 15  McCutcheon .  ... 10  Mc.Mvnn   ,.U  Warren   ...13  Wiirren   .. L5  Bishop   ... 5  Warren   ..   1  I'.irnie   ... G  Warren   ..13  McCreath...  ... G  Wiurcri!   ..1-1  McCutcheon.  ... 12  S'lVs.N'DI.ST.  or*' uisks.  WON.  LOST.  Frith            !)  8  Dill   .....         7  3  McMynn          7  8  McCreath ....        ('.  ���������1  McDonald         r;  4  Bishop           5  5  Johnson           0  0  Warren        *l  n       i  G  Bonttie         t  0  En the fin;  Is Dill  won  the  bye.  Frith   defeated  McMynn   .12  to 7,  and Dill 12  to  10,  thus winning  the cup.    F  ollowing are the  wm-  ning rinks and score :  Biiritirur  Somers  Fair  Gulley  Coles  Lo������-an  Frith���������skip.,.  ..12  Dill-ship...  ,,,10  uoss coMi'i'/rrrroN.  ���������  in  Snankiu...  ... 5  ���������13  ... 4  Davidson ..;.  ...1.2  Palmer:..,,  ...10  Brown   ..L0  Lament....  ... 9  Davidson   ..IS  Spence......  ... 7  Somers.-...'. ..  ..10  Biiiitin������".. ..  ...5  (Jriur .   ..17  MeCroiith....  ... It!  --. In the ii;ter-rink curling contest  between fEhoenix and ..Greenwood  for" the Burns' Cup, the latter won  five rinks-to three.        ,    ���������'*:������������������''���������  The Columbia cigar.-is made from  choice tobacco, and smokers should  look iorit when iu search of something that will  delight the senses,  Tills. Dominion government announces that British'Columbia's  Natal Act will be disallowed. Of  course': it musb bo disallowed.  The.only ttvuilabkl .remedy ia tlie  abrogation, in, whole or in-, part, Of  our'treaty with Japan. There was  tho prime blunder. The responsibility for tho Japanese Influx is  now acknowledged. It would,bo  too much, however to hope that  this will make any impression on  Hob MePherson or the Vancouver  World. Mentally they are about  equal,���������Nelson Canadian.  B^C-J&l  "SXSXSS  Tho Kootenay Belle is the name  of a cigar r-hat can bo found in  nearly every town between tho  blue Pacific and the wheat country.  A Biimsif doctor h'iiy A;;is'x -w.d  hum iniiy with the sfnlum-iit that  the iirilii.'-ih habit of a daily bath i.-?  e.'di'<'ii!*"ly dangcrou'i .to ho.ilfch, as  it removes oils that, nature intends  to remain on the surface of the skin.  V,re may now take our choice of  being clea" and predisposed to  disease,' or oily nnd- healthy.  Record of Local Grower.  M. .r/Henry's annual sceed test  is now in progress at his nurseries  near Vancouver. At his.greenhouhe  samples of seed taken from each  consignment as they arrive from his  growers in Holland, Franco, California and 'Washington, are carefully planted, labelled and numbered, showing from'which grower  it was received, and the germination  noted, so as lo be absolutely sure  of their vitality before shipping  out to his customers. He has also  imported a reeleaning "mill for  grass and grain seeds and so far  his seeds havo been up 25 aud  above the government standards  as to vitality and freedom from  weed seeds. Renders should bear  this in placing their orders for  spring planting. As a report  came out in one of the eastern  papers last fall that '-coast trees  would not stand the cold climate  of the upper country." Mr. Henry  was pleased to receive an unsolicited letter from one of his customers near Vernon who planted  2,000 of his trees in the fall of  1000. These passed through the  extreme cold winter" of 1000 07  and the report was "all growing  and thrifty except half-a-dozen injured mole--'." This ought to convince the most sceptical planter,  that home grown fruit trees, when  properly planted' and cultivated,  cannot be excelled for. planting in  British Columbia.  Supplies electricity for Power, Lip:hf., Heating'  nnd Ventilation.    Power Furnished to mines .  I'ov hoisting and air-coinpre-ssor plants, with. a.  guarantee that-(he service will bo continuous.  Get our rales before completing vonr estimates  Mining Institute.  The tenth aunual general meeting of the Canadian Mining Institute will be held in Ottawa on tlie  -1-th, 5th and (ith March. The governor-general .will deliver the  opening address. .A selection of  papers will be read and discussed.  Frederic Keffer, -of Greenwood,  consulting engineer for the B. C.  Copper company, is president, and  II. Mortimer-Lamb, formerly a  vegetable gardener near Midway,  is secretary.  Early breakfasts and late suppers ever ready at Moore's Cafe.  When you want a monument or  headstone, write to the Kootenay  Marble Works, Nelson, B. C. _     "*  OKO. I'. WKI.LS;  I'l-oprlt'lor.  I!. TOMKIXS,!  31nii!>/j;<'r.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. Finest lava-  lories in B. O. 'First-class  bar and barber shop.  Orchestra every evening  during dinner hours.  'Hus meets till trains.  Choice   Fruit  LANDS  For Sale at $10, $12 and .������15  '  Per Acre.  R. J. STEEL  NELSON. B. C  The Kootenay Saloon  S'lirtlon, Ii. 0,, 1ms a line or nerve  braccrn uii!tur]>tiM.s(i(1 in any rnotio-  tain town ol the Great West, A  glasa of riqiru punt given free with  spirits menti,  'v,   ���������   ' . i   .  gas S-SSS--3-SG IVSS'dSSS*"^^^  &���������&   v-^i       ,rp������5 ������  tt ���������$���������*������������������������<���������* ?c   Ti- trn       *?���������&, -v-r    *c*k     (������ ������)  n is ��������� RHWpJX A;  CM st  ���������U'  -*l  k &     ' . n  &  Dealers in  ������  ?  g .  | ������ F^esh and.Salt. ^Xeafcs, pish and Poultr/y | I  3 | Shops in nearly all the towns of Boundary'and i i  I % the'Kootenay. .     i I  & ������ '        ' ������ &  v. ������s  ^���������3^5������eSSSS������8������!S*SiS^OOS������5������&SS-������eC-C'2-SS-S^ i>'3@Se33������SQ5;iS*3������ ������������*  fin " - .:!  fa   fS""3  ft " -  Wki  >���������&  il flmito - * - B. g.  Is opposite the Great Northern depot, and is a delightful |  haven for the weary traveler.    Great veins of hot water '%  run through the entire house, and bathrooms are always g  at the service of those in.search of material cleanliness, g  Tho  dining room is an enemy to  dyspepsia,   while the %  artistic appointment of tho liquid refreshment'room makes g  tho  drinks -go  down like eating fruit in a flour garden. 8  Tlie sample rooms are the largest iu themountains and %  a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.                      -. %  JAS. MARSHALL, Prop,-1  ������-S34fc8*SW*iSe-������S -B������3**g������S9*33 es.^������e������������3������������33GS&33CS3������39Sa3-83'S������Q &S&  ft  ������  ������  ������  s������  a  ������3 e  ft!  S)  ������  Q  a  ii  a  King's Liojiier Scotch Whiskey I  12 Years Old I  J. W. Burmesters White Port.  Jas. tlenncssy &. Go's o:Star Brandy.  o  I GREENWOOD LiOUOR  GO. i  |     IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B.C.    |  .rffi?r^;?'T7r'^-7'^-'i"-~?-^:"*i-m'-;w^  ^^���������^.*^-Z^tfa^������j'j<j.j^w^i^..^-^^i,i7^:������.*,,-.^^^^  hi  SjfjSt.. Jti-irrJi.St *-"A- "j^I.^J *q**i*pV;^  ^  Js under the management of Greig & Morrison. The  rooms are comfortably furnished, and the bar"contains  the best' brands of wines, liquors and cigars.  a ������-$������.  Htt/^kia ������>yii   w.^  Is the best appointed  .Restaurant iu  the interior of  Britith Columbia.    The best cooks and most attentive    |  ffi waiters only employed.    Open all the time  p Ittrs. J\Uk. Greifl, Proprietress.  Is the best furnished hotel in the Boundary  district. It is heated with steam and  lighted hy electricity. Excellent sample  rooms. The bar is always abreast of the  times, and meals are served' in the Cafe  at any hour,'day or night.  nwsi Jo :���������artfeir9 Prop,.  o ���������&&<%/������/<&&> -S/Q. 1b- 1V& ���������% ������ -^/������V&'V^l&. 0 ^'QSjys/qy&o^/i&^isb^'f^ji  Open day arid night in the Windsor Hotel. Feeding people is like any other business, it requires experience. We  have the experience, you havo the money.' We know how  to prepare-ami servo meals, you have tlio palate to appreciate good food, well cooked, Try the partnership,  It may prove beneficial to both, of iih.    We aim to please.  ' Ijoawd moor*, Proprietor.   I  tf  -a  wmmmmssm

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