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Array ristmas  JOHN  L.  COLES  Books, Stationery, KoMs, Wallpaper, Etc.  GA. RENDELL  DRY GOODS, BOOTS &'SHOES.  WINTER WEAR FOR SKATING AND SLEIGHING  Ladies and.Childrens Mitts and Gloves  Childrens Gaiters in Black Felt and Corduroy  Boys Reifers, Brass Buttons  Felt Slippers all sizes,    Childrens Toques and Caps  '*,   Ladies and Childrens Sweaters  .  Heavy Stockings for Boys and Girls  German Socks and Rubbers for Boys  Childrens Overshoes and. Rubbers ,  GREENWOOD, B. G.  Greenwood's  Big  Furniture  Store  USEFUL PRESENTS FOR THE HOME  ~'?'    Book Cases, China Cabinets, Rockers, Morris  ^    Chairs, Rugs and Mats,  .tli Pictures: /    '  f?i l\ WVhave a special line- -j  ������* of-'Fumed 'Oak; Chair-si  *# upholstered    in   Spanish  | leather which you would  do well to see.  T. M. GULLEY & Co.  Opposite Posteffice. GREENWOOD, B. C. Phone 27:  0<X-'*-0<-**--0-00<>0������0<>0:bOrf-,-0<K-K-'-0<>0<,,*-00������^  Zfor the Christmas Table  Marlager Grapes  Emperor Grapes  Jap Oranges  Bananas  Grape Fruit  Figs  Dates  Cluster Raisins  Xmas Candy  Plum Pudding  Mince Meat  Italian Chestnuts  Mix Nuts  Pop Corn  Cranberries  Lettuce  Tomators  Cucumbers  Celery  Cauliflower  Sweet Potatoes  Beans  Canada's Best  \,     * i i . .     ,  You ,know ''Automobile"  Skates. You've known them  for years as the Country's  best. They are more so  , to-day than ever before.  '  reflect aU that men know  about making good skates'.'  Aluminum tops and nickel  steel blades make them the  lightest, swiftest ' and  staunchest skate in existence.  ' A complete line here for  your inspection.  ^ Aroujici Home i  l  t  Christmas' week makes weak  pocket'books. - *  , J. C. Dale is spending the holidays in the city.'  " Have a merry Christmas! and a  royal good timet'     !       ' -        !  ''    ' ' ' ������."<���������"*.   ".1 ' tr Ir   n' ���������  C J,: Eales:Us,(spending tbe  holidays "at/the coast. * **,',''  Nelsbn andThbenix will'play  hockey in Phoenix'today.  He expects'&a case pipe for  Xmas; don't disappoint him but  see that fiue!(selection at Kennedy's.     v',;\/     ;   ,  , Christmas comes but once a  year to make 'bur -,'pocket books  feel queer.     % >* ��������� ' "  Alex. McDonald and Charles  Blank are the new, wine clerksat  the Windsor, r?  A box of powder would be an  acceptable Christmas present to  Ola Lofstad.  ;���������}.  Born���������At Boundary Falls, on  December 19, *tb "Mr. and Mrs.  John Morris,' ia'son.  FORTH������^CHRISTMAS  FARE  DECORATED  Christmas  Cakes  ���������AND-  Jince Pies Witt Puff Pastry  ' Family sizes 30cfcs.  Patties 35c a dozen  ; YOU^KNOW THE QUALITY!  , William G. Arthurs,.^,  THE  BREAD & CAKE BAKER  Vienna Bakery, Greenwood  ^  AKER I  - M Reminder  Dont Forget that Present to  the Old Country.  CHRISTMAS   STOCKINGS  Phone 46.  >������00<-*-00������<X>00<-**000<-><H>0<>0������>0^>^  Lee & Bryan  We carry a large and new sev  lection of  Sterling Stiver Plated and Silver  Deposit Ware  CUT GLASS  WATCHES and JEWELLERY  A. LOGAN & Co.  GREENWOOD.     -     B. C.  CHRISTMAS CONFECTIONERY.  Dainty Boxed Chocolates for dainty ladies.  Finest Dried and candied fruits  DRESSMAKING  MISS DREVEF  Booms in Miller * Blk. over Drng  store.  '.NEW. SEASON'S. NHJIFS'-  Novelties in Tree and Table Decorations  Specially Low Prices for Xmas Trees and Parties.  Remember that cheap candies are the cause of many  ills.   Here you will find only the choicest and most  wholesome confectionery,  WALTER G. KENNEDY  LEDGE ADS. BRIG RESULTS  WANTS. Etc  For Sale.���������I wish to sell my  fine residence on Kimberly Ave.,  in Greenwood, very cheap. Write  to C. F. Stork, Castor, Alberta.  For Sale. ���������A large quantity  of Shingles, Shiplap, Rustic  Flooring and Ceiling, all dry.  Charles Kinney, blacksmith and  wagon maker, Greenwood.  Lost.���������A long black fur boa.  Please leave at The Ledge office.  Wanted���������4 tie makers. IScts  paid for No. 1 ties. Can have  board if desired. G. H.'Courtenay,  Bridesville, B.C.  There will be many special  prizes at the Poultry Show in  Greenwood upon January 14 and  15.  When the renovating operations are completed there will be  two pool tables in the Windsor  hotel,  *��������� i "   i.   i'   *v  In the near future Butte, Mon-,  tana, promises^/o be a-greater  zinc than copper camp.  .It's a wise husband who prepares to pay for .the Christmas  gifts received from his dear wife.  At the 'present time the road  between here'did Rock Creek  was never better for automobiles.  'Miss Dolly Oliver has returned  to her home here 7after spending  a few months iij.*- New Westminster, ,.>���������������    ,  At Rice Lake," 90 miles northeast of Winnipeg' there is a gold  boom, and 150 claims have been  staked.  Send a Floated your friends  this month j You, .can" ha ve ���������'one  mailed to any part of the world  for 25 cents. !  ���������^'Chas.* McArthur, who is attending High School at Grand Forks,  is spending the Xmas holidays  with his parents.here.  The Windsor hotel always has  a chicken dinner on Sundays, and  none of the chickens have seen  more than one summer,  A. W. Bairdis now teller in  the Bank of- Commerce, Mr.  Grainger having been transferred  to Keremeos last week.  Mr. C. M. Shaw and survey  party, who have been surveying  in the vicinity ot the. Arlington  Lakes, returned to the city last  week. .   ~    ���������  The Poultry Show in Greenwood . upon January 14 and 15  will be a great educator to all  who- are interested in eggs and  chickens.  : Miss Bertha Smith, who has  been residing ��������� in Vancouver for  the past two years, has returned  to her parents Mr. and Mrs, G.  A.. Smith.  Never mind,-ladies. The Xmas  shopping doesn't come out of your  pockets. It is your annual opportunity to get more than even with  the men folks,  The adjuster for the Sun, and  Liverpool, London and Globe insurance companies settled the  loss by fire on the Anaconda  brewery for $3,000.  The person who shall do the  most to cheer the hearts of the  needy poor will have the merriest  Christmas and happiest New  Year.   Try it and see.  .The Poultry Show and Winter  Carnival in Greenwood, upon  January 14 and 15 will. be one of  the greatest eyents of the year.  Come early and avoid the rush.  It is a trying moment to a married man when he is debating  with himself whether it is best to  buy his wife a Christmas present  or to use the money in settling  the big bill which he owes at the  saloon.  Harry Middleton has gone to  Hull, England. While abroad  he will consult a bone specialist  in regard to his arm that was injured some months ago by falling  from the top of a tram at Boundary Falls.  The Winter Carnival in Greenwood upon" January 14 and 15  will be a delight to the lovers of  hockey and , other cold season  sports. Paste the dates on your  looking glass.  Mr. W: A, Wilson won first  prize at a drawing 'held by St.  Edmund's church in Vancouver.  First prize consisted of two oil  paintings on display, at L. A.  Smith & Co.'s store. Father  Bedardi formerly of Greenwood,  is priest at St. Edmunds.  The Windsor Hotel was the  seen of a gay old time when the  guests of this popular hotel were  entertained to a Xmas tree on  Tuesday evening. The tree was  beautifully,decorated and standing in front of a large mirror and  lighted ' with colored electric  globes had the double effect of  the reflection. The decorations  too, showed the work of painstaking aud artistic hands.. There  was of course a Santa Claus and  everybody received a present  from the'tree. It was a real nice  time and very thoughtful' on tbe  part of the management of the  Windsor to entertain its guests  and employees in such a nice  manner.  While" standing in the postoffice  last evening we were amused at a  conversation between two of our  prominent young ladies who were  discussing their Christmas beaux.  This is what one of them said;  "They come," she says,   "right  along the year around until about  the 1st of December and then you  see them thin out.   First one and  then another disappears until the  first thing you know you don't  receive a call in a week.    That is  'a sure sign that Christmas is at  hand.    Oh, we've got the  thing  down fine and we know what it  means.    This time, though, when  one* of'these 'fellows *comeHn������������k~  ing back after New Year's and  invite their old friends to take  a  two-dollar sleigh ride or a seventy  five cent show ticket they'll think  something  has  dropped.     The  times may be hard, but I know a  dozen girls who are not so hard  up for a beau  as to  overlook a  case of mysterious disappearance  at Christmas time.   This is the  season of the year when a young  lady can always tell which one,  if any, of  her   admirers   means  business."  Western Float  Princeton will soon have electric  lights. -    ' -       .;, '  ,  Lynn will be hung in Kamloops  next Monday.  Kelowna sells copies of the city  map for $7.50.  Bob Greiger is selling Wyoming  coal in Oroville.  The policeman in Quesnel sells  marriage licenses.  The Kettle Valley Railway owns  no townsites along its line.  Pete Hanson has opened the  Fern restaurant in Republic.  The Candy Kid has been arrested  in Rupe on 'a charge of vagrancy.  The market is growing wider for  B.C. shingles in the United States.  During the past few weeks the  coal situation has improved- at the  coast.  In November there were 26  cases in th6 police court at Kelowna. ' ''       -    ;  Harry Elsmore has been elected  president of the Phoenix Miner's  Union.  Tbe Republic Mines Co., at Republic, Wash., is in the hands of a  receiver.  No. 1 wheat was 64 cents in  Chesaw.. last week, and the best  oats $19.    ���������  Last year tho Consolidated company operating the Trail smelter  made a million dollars.  Owing to the high price of eggs  Tom and Jerry are in the lightweight class this season.  At Chase Billy White got 50  days in,ihe bastile for selling watered whiskey to redskins.  Chas. Hagan is transferring tlie  license of the Knob Hill hotel in  Phoenix to James McArdle.  New Zealand exports domestic  products totthe amount of 8111 per  capita, and Canada only $40. ' ;  -During the past five months the  Ben Hur mine at Republic -has  shipped $20,000 worth of ore...  .^D'onald^'McGillivray'.died'. in  Onilhwack   'last  week,- aged   75   "  years.    He drove a pack', train' in  the early days of Cariboo gold ex- /  citement, and> 1878' represented' :  New Westminster in-the Dominion'.  parliament,  v**--.   , > ,\       ,,,   .''  Four men* and two dog teams  have left Edmonton -for Fort Mc-''  Pherson " with', several * sacks   of , '  mail.    It is-the'longesfe'overland  mauVroote in the world, - as Fort    ,  McPherson is 2,100 miles 'north of   '  Edmonton.        '.    '  4 The big sawmill of the -Adams   .  River .Lumber -Co., at  Chase has-  shut down for,the winter.   The  output this year was 28,000,000  feet as against 30 millions in 1912.  *  During   the   year   the* company  built a log flume five miles long.  The flume is V shaped with sides > .  five feethigh, and. has curves,that   '"  will- permit the passage of a pole   .  90 feet long;   ' . .       V: ���������  In-Kelowna  the   other day   a  foreigner    mistook,   the    Courier- ,  office for a bank and went in to get  a cheque  cashed. *   Although   he  had plenty of -paper the editor refused to cash the cheque, although    '  he was highly flattered at his print,   -  shop being taken for a bank.    The  writer "has   seen  many   printing  offices that resembled banks. Drafts  could go through them quite'easily,    :  and the editors frequently had to  draw in order   to   prevent   some '  irate reader from   pushing   them  into Dante's   Inferno with   their  clothes on.  1 * -.������'���������  ���������' i.'* <������������������<������  ���������Cf':.  ' i^A\  Send for a catalogue of headstones and monuments, made by  the Kootenay Monumental yVorka,  Nelson, B. C.  Intermediate Hockey.  The Boundary Intermediate hockey league held a re-organization  meeting in'the Windsor Hotel on  Wednesday night. Phoenix-was  represented by O. J. Davidson and  T. R. Clark. A. N. Mowatand  E. W. Marentette for Greenwood,  whiie Grand Forks was represented  by proxies. The following are the  officers;  Hon. Presidents���������Dr. Stone, E.  Miller,- M.P.P. and J. E. Thompson.  President���������W. G. Kennedy, of  Greenwood.  Vice-President���������;C. J. Davidson,  of Phoenix.  2nd Vice-President���������A. Baum-  gartner, of Grand Forks.  Sec. Treas.���������A. N. Mowat, of  Greenwood.  The league adopted the Bouhd-  ary-Kootenay Association  hockey  rules, with the exception of substituting a man only in case of injury.  An effort will be made to make the  Intermediates  a strictly amateur  league, and the playei'8 in the'senior teams will not   be recognized.  If an intermediate plays more than  twice with the  seniors   during .a  season he  will   be   considered   a  senior.   The following is the schedule:   ��������� ���������'."/:���������������������������'������������������;���������  Jan. 6���������Phoenix at Greenwood.  12���������Grand Forks at Phoenix  16���������Greenwood at Grand Forks  20���������Phoenix at Grand Forks  22���������Grand Forks at Greenwood  29���������Greenwood at Phoenix  Feb 3���������Phoenix at Greenwood  5���������Grand Forks at Phoenix    *  10 -Greenwood at Grand Forks'  16���������-Phoenix at Grand Forks  19���������Grand Forks at Greenwood  24���������Greenwood at Phoenix*  length updn the Maquay claims.. ���������  Davy James will reside ' in' the,  Nanaimo jail for the next four  months, for selling' booze to redskins. . ���������  Will Purdy, of Ferry, has  bought several pens of -Black Orpington's from J. T. Nopp, of  Chesaw.  Fort Garry is the name of the  14 storey hotel iu Winnipeg just  opened by the Grand Trunk Pacific railway.  North of Athabasca Landing  there is plenty of glass making  sand says A.. W. Maguire, a Spokane prospector.  Ore is being shipped from the  Minnie and Gold Leaf mineral  claims, in the Chesaw camp, to the  Greenwood smelter.  At Enderby, C. Attenborough  had a leg broken, by a skater running against him while he was  skating on the river.  Old Fred died in Rossland last  week aged 25 years. Fred was a  horse, and had hauled supplies in  Rossland for 16 years.  ,E. D. Hamacher, of Spirit Lake,  Wash., will open a steam laundry  in Grand Forks. He is from the  right" state for that business.  Business is good in Rossland.  The Miner is forced to print a  supplement owing to its great popularity as an advertising medium.  AT THE CHURCHES  Christian Science service will  be held in the,Oddfellows Hall on  Sunday at 11 a.m.    All welcome.  Rev.,A. T.-Bell will preach in  the Methodist .church -next Sunday at 11. a.mAl Sunday^ School  2.30 p.m.  Dec, 28, Morning Prayer and  Hbly Communion- at jl -a,m���������  Evening service at 8 p.m. Rev.*  A. M. Lloyd.    ' " *:  Service in the Presbyterian  church next Sunday, Dec. '28th  will be held in the evening at  7:03 o'clock. Sunday School and  Bible Class 2:30 p. m; Rev. J.  R, Munro Pastor.  Services will be held in St.  Jude's church, Greenwood, on  Christmas Day, at 8 a.m. Holy  Communion, 11 a.m. Morning  Prayer, Carols, and Holy Communion, Rev. A. M. Lloyd,  Indian Words  -4. ^      -Ar-vd  ^ *-j, Vf *|  C. Maxwell, of Princeton, has  gone to Cranbrook where Mb little  daughter may lose an arm through  blood poisoning caused by vaccination.  For carrying a concealed weapon  in Grand' Forks, E. Nelson was  fined ������10. The report does not  state whether it was a flask or cold  steel.  The Kettle Valley railway will  apply for an extension for construction, also for the right to  build a branch line from Otter  Summit to Aspen Grove.  Ray Holler has bought a carload of buzz wagons, and will establish an auto stage line between  Athabasca and Pea������e River Crossing, a distance of 300 miles.  The cement works at Princeton  have been closed down for want of  coal. The, Chesaw News remarks  that this is a queer predicament  for a $3,000,000 industry in a coal  camp.  The Gazette states that there is  now no small-pox in Oroville. The  scare dulled business in that town  for two months, and gave the vaccination fossils a chance to poison  many people.  Mr. Bouchier will drill for oil on  his farm not far from Mission City.  He has discovered some black  mushy substance about four feet  from the surface that smells like  tar and petroleum.     _j  J. A. Meyers, of Mayers Falls,  one of the earlier white settlers of  this valley, is an  authority on the  original  meaning of most of   the  Chinook words.    During last Yep-  Kanum, when Indian terms were  largely in evidence, he noted the  extravagrant meaning which  are  now being given to some of the old  Chinook words, and on -his authority we give some of the terms most  widely known.  Skooku m���������Strong.  Hi yu���������Plenty, much.  Tillicum���������Blood relative.  . Potlatch���������Gift, or to give.  Cultns���������No account, trifling little value.   Thus a cultus potlach  would be a free gift, with no consideration or ulterior motive.  Mokook���������Trade, barber.  Mnck-a-m uck���������Food.  Close���������Good.  Spokane ladies have a ��������� 'Cultus  Club." The Chinook version of  such a name would not be com-  plimentry to the membership.  The word cultus when applied to a  person is an extremely derogatory  term, and has become a word in  general use in this country. Pot-  latch and pow-wow are now widely  known.���������Colville Examiner.  '. ������������������ >1  He forgets This- . He overlooks That. He puts important  letters into his overcoat pocket,  and forgets to post them,  '���������^^S%    %������c3������jS,iT'ciSS>tS?~nn S/FSS  ������������������& if UJ* t***���������1WW**" ������������  fjjjm.ju na Ct'awjmj  $1  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  THE   LEDGE  is located at Greenwood, B. C, and can be traced to many parts of  the earth. It comes to the front every Thursday morning, and  believes that hell would close up if love ruled the world. It believes  in justice to everyone; from the man who mucks in the mine to the  king who sits on the cushions of the throne. It believes that advertising is the life of trade; and that one of the noblest works of  creation is the man who always pays 'the printer.  The Ledge is $2.00 a year in advance, or $2.50 when not so paid.  It is postage free to all parts of Canada, Mexico, Great Britain and  the county of Bruce. To the United States it is $2.50 a year, always  in advance.  T.  LOWERY  EDITOR    AND    FINANCIER.  GREENWOOD, DECEMBER 25, 1913.  A blue mark here indicates that your Subscription has  become deceased, and that the editor would once more  like to commune with your collateral.  In this world not only well wishing but well  doing  is  a colossal  virtue.  Christmas, the home day. May  its lessons and its blessings gladden  all hearts and make a truth of a  common salutation. "A Merry  Christmas to you."  May love and joy cross the  threshold of every home, peace  cover the dear ones as a mantle,  and gladness so abound, sad memories for a moment may be forgotten.  SUGGESTIONS  In a few days the New Year will  be upon us, and many are thinking  of tearing up the old deck, and  making a set of good resolutions.  Iu order to assist new beginners in  the framing of good resolutions we  offer the following suggestions.  Do not drink any booze until  you are 80 years old.  Never praise another woman before your sweetheart.  Do not drink out of a bottle in  tho dark.  Never ride'on a snowfllide or''a  cross-eyed mule.  . Look not upon the wine when  it is red.   Stick to rye.  Never set the pace by falling off  a building.  Do not expect a pearl with every  oyster, especially in hotel soup.  Never have two sweethearts in  the same town.  Remember that all mines have  holes, but all holes are not mines.  Always sip your drinks, chew  your food, and pay the printer.  Remember that rolling logs pays  better than rolling cigarettes.  Never wake up a sleeping dog,  nor tickle the hind leg of a male.  It does not pay to lose everything in order to make money.  Love your enemies when you  cannot subdue them.  Remember that life is too short  to harbor evil thoughts against  anything or anybody.  Remember that there are a few  other things in this world besides  hockey, high balls and tailor made  cigs.  Iars contributed annually  by the  unionists of B. C. towards the support of   "orators,"   "organizers"  and other professional loafers and  industrial pimps, while not a cent  is held in reserve, locally,  for the  individualrjmember.   The Miner's  Union is not alone in this respect,  At the coast,  about every third  man one meets in labor   circles  is      an      "organizer,"      an  "orator" or a business agent, the  other two are " 'opin'  to be," and  the rest are working to keep those  fellows doing nothing.    We who  work in B. C. have and are being  exploited by all sorts of foreign  loafers.  Thinking Themes  PROTECT THE MINERS  This year and other years, several financially frail mining companies have closed down without  paying their miners and muckers.  Speaking along these lines the Siocan Record says:  Wopld it  be possible  for  the  Miner's Union to take some steps  as a body in compelling monthly  payment of wages.   Cases of "do-  ing-np" the miners and muckers  havo been too frequent.   Wages in  a mining camp  should   be  paid  monthly, and there should be a re-  servo fund in the union to take  legal action to protect its members.  One or two examples  would   be  sufficient to  put  a  stop  to tho  practice.   This is hard, practical  unionism���������the   kind   that  wins.  There is nothing Utopian about it,  but the coarse   a self-respecting  body of men, united for mutaal  protection, would be expected to  take.   There are thousands of dol-1  French wit is entirely different  from the American brand made  popular by Artemus Ward and  Mark Twain. It is subtler. It  does not provoke amusement so  much as it delicately stimulates  the thought molecules. Here are  a few samples:  "Mediocre minds usually con-  dem everything that passes their  comprehension." ��������� La Rochfou-  caold. '     ���������' <���������'   :      {     ''   f  {,'One who talks without think-,  ing resembles a hunter who shoots  without aiming.���������Montesquieu.  "Life, which we find too short,  is made up of days which we find  too long."���������Octave Fenillet.  "To be without enemies is to be  unworthy of having friends." -  Joubert.  "If people of intelligence could  not use fools, what would be the  use of their intelligence?"���������Ernest  Renan.]  "A virtuous woman has in her  heart a fibre more or a fibre less  than other women; she is stupid,  or sublime."���������Honore de Balzac.  "Perfection is a thing so bothersome that I  often regret having  cared  myself of using tobacco."  Emile Zola.  "When one has no money it is  amusing to work."���������Alfred de  Musset.  "The superfluous is so necessary!"���������Voltaire.  "Calumniate, calumniate,calumniate, calumniate, some of it will  always stick."���������Beaumarchais.  The Village Sport  His clothes are loud his necktie  red,' his hat   far  buck   upon his  head, his hair profusely banged;  and rather than get down to tacks  and work with men who  strain  their backs he   says  he will be  hanged.   Brass jewelry his bosom  frets; he smokes the cheaper cigarettes,  and plays a hand at pool;  the latest ragtime songs he sings,  and knows a raft of useless things  he never learned in school.    He  knowB how many rounds it took  the great John Sullivan to cook  Tug Wilson, years ago; and he can  tell you, by the watch, 'how long it  took the farmer Gotch to. lay the  Frenchman low.   He knows   the  story of the steed which broke all  records by its speed 'way back before the wars; and he has soaked  his  scrambled   brains with   facts  concerning aeroplanes and yachts  and motorcars.   Alas,  his ignorance is dense,  when asked a way  to build a fence or work a patent  churn; .he never planted peas or  trees���������such useless trifling things  as these he never tried to learn.  The things to which he would tnrn  his hand are things for which there  is no demand���������his knowledge has  no sale, and so he makes his penny  bets and smokes his spinach cigarettes before the village jail.   Some  foolish damsel at his side one day  goes forth to be his bride, and,  having made the splice, she buckles down with mop and tub to  make a living for a dub too cheap  to have a price.���������Walt Mason.  eral hens of well known breeds  laid during a period of six months.  It was found that the largest eggs  were produced by Light Brahmas,  the average weight being two and  one-third ounces. Pallet' eggs  did not exceed two ounces in  weight. Eggs from Black Larig-  shan and Barred Plymouth Rocks  hens weighed two and one-sixth  ounces each, while the eggs of the  single-comb Brown Leghorns, late-  hatched Plymouth Rock, white  Wyandotte and Buff Cochin hens  all weighed lese than two ounces  each.  Wedding Anniversaries.  Bill Miner  Use of Toothbrush  The regular use  of the toothbrush is necessary not only to remove the acid incrustations that  eat holes in the teeth, but also to  Bweep away  the germ of  many  diseases.   These find the necks of  the teeth an ideal nesting place.  They multiply a million fold in a  few hoars unless  washed  away,  then they   go down   the  throat,  enter the lungs, the stomach, the  eustachian tubes and the passages  behind the nose.   There they cause  consumption,   diptheria, earache,  oatarrh,  bronchitis,   tonsilitis; in  fact, it would  be difficult to say  with certainty what diseases may  arise from the germs that  have  grown upon the teeth.   It is now  considered   almost    certain   that  many cases of   appendicitis have  this as their origin.   Hence there  is no process of the toilet so im  por tan t as that of brushing  the  teeth.  Old Bill Miner, known���������one  might almost say esteemed���������  throughout the States as one of the  most picturesque highwaymen of  the last' half-century, died in  Georgia State Prison Farm, near  Milledgeville.  . It was his boast, the New York  correspondent of -The Telegraph  says, that throughout his long  spectacular career he never did a  "really dishonorable thing"���������that  is to say, dishonorable according  to the strange code of the outlaws  with whom for over fifty years he  had been intimately associated in  the Far West. He specialized- on  express trains, holding them up at  times single handed.  Among the ten commandments  he obeyed wbb one which said:  "Never take what belongs to another man; rob only corporations."  Others were: "Never fail to help  a woman;" "Keep every man's  goodwill, and give a fellow money  when he needs it;" "Never say a  bad thing about a man when you  can say a good one;" "Don't  Bqueal.'' He devoted half his time  to robbing and half to recreation.  There was a time, twenty years  ago, when he maintained a swell  house iu New York, with English  servants, and when he spent a  fashionable season in London, living at the best hotels and dining  in tho most luxurious restaurants.  His great weakness, which finally  led to his downfall, was strong  drink. "If I had only been a  teetotaller," he lamented, "I might  have been a leading politician."  1st anniversary, Cotton wedding  ��������� 2nd anniversary, Paper wedding  3rd anniversary, Leather wedding.  5th anniversary, Wooden wedding.  7th anniversary Woolen wedding  10th anniversary, Tin wedding.  12th anniversary, Silk and Fine  Linen Wedding.  15th anniversary, Crystal wedding.  20th anniversary, China wedding  25th anniversary, Silver wedding  . 30th anniversary, Pearl wedding  50th anniversary,  Golden  wedding.  75th anniversary, Diamond wedding.  A Boy's Reason  A Boston man has a son who  has just entered school. He was  supposed to be enjoying it, but one  morning he walked into the dining  room, where his father was having  breakfast, and remarked:���������  "I'm tired of going to school,  pa.   I think I'll stop."  "Why?" asked the father.  "What is yonr objection to going  to school?"  "Oh!" answered the boy,  breaks up the day so."  troupe in pink fleshings came on,  the twinkling legs of a recumbent  Jap, tossing a barrel in' dizzj revolutions, proved too much.  "Look, mother,'' piped the Bhrill  tremble, "yoa coald do that, too,  if you wanted to; couldn't you?"  Dont borrow trouble with the in-  tuiiiion of returning it with interest.    ' ���������  DON'T DOPE WITH  ALCOHOLIC "TONICS'  it  Tbis is honest advice for. you who are  run down and sick���������don't dope -frith  alcholic "tonics." We're backing this  advice with our personal guarantee of  satisfaction to you, or your money back.  There are'a lot of so-called ���������'tonics" on  the market that, do not depend for their  short-lived popularity on any Teal merit  they possess, but upon the fact that the  alcohol in most ot them and the dangerous or habit-forming drugs in some of  them give a few moments' exhilaration  and liveliness. after a dose is taken.  After awhile, even this effect ceases to  take place, and the unfortunate patient,  worse off than before, turns for relief to  something else.  .Don't dope yourself with such stuff.  Take real medicine that will do you real  good, that will supply to your system the  strengthening, disease-resisting' ingredients it needs. Take Rexall Olive Oil  Emulsion, and get well and keep well.  It is a real blood and nerve-food medicine. It contains no alcohol nor, any  other dangerous or habit forming drugs,  but it is made entirely from ingredients  needed to build up the strength and  health of the ailing.  You who are weak and run-down, and  you who are apparently well now, but  are liable to suffer from various cold  weather ailments, use Rexall Olive Oil  Emulsion to, get and keep well and  strong, For the tired out, run-down*  nervous, emaciated, or debilitated���������the  convalescing���������growing children���������aged  people���������it is a sensible aid to renewed  strength, better spirits, glowing health.  Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion���������king of  the celebrated Rexall Remedies���������is for  freedom from sickness of you and your  family. Pleasant tasting ��������� unlike the  cod liver-oil preparations���������you'll be as  enthusiastic about it as we are when you  have noted its strengthening, invigorating, building-up, disease-preventing  effects. If it does jaot help you, your  money will be given back to you without  argument. Sold in this community only  at our store���������The Rexall Store���������one of  more than 7,000 leading drug stores in  the United States, Canada and Great  ���������Britain ���������J. Li, White, Druggist, Greenwood, B, C.  [;Jt1llllllllllllllllinillllllllllll!IIIIIIIIIIIMIII������lll|inillllllMIIIHMIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/IIIIIIIMI)llll|[(lll||IIIIIIIIILii|  To begin with, it is perfect.  To the  end it remains perfect���������the Edison-  No: musical-mechanical triumph has approached this remarkable invention of Edison. The new composition  of which it is made catches and holds the natural beauty  of tone of the world's greatest singers, orchestras and hands,  and holds it after you have played it over 3,000 times.  The Blue Amberol is a perpetual, practically unbreakable  record that reproduces in an  amazing way the art of the performers. Don't mis3 the opportunity to hear it played at some  of the Edison dealers listed below. You'll be welcome any day.  TRACK   MARKl  Ediion Phonographs -udJRecoidi aie told by  T. M. Gulley & Co,  iBii������riiiiiiii������iuiiiiiiiiiiiiii|Hiiii^iminTrnTT*rn^^  UB  WESTERN-- HOTELS.  NEWMARKET   HOTfil.  Is the homo for .all tourists and  millionaires visiting New Denver, British Columbia.  A. JACOBSON, Proprietor.  THK   PKOVINOE   HOTEL  Grand Forks, B.C., is in the centre  of the city, and furnishes the public  with. every accommodation ' at  reasonable rates.  Kmll I/arson, Proprietor,  . A little girl,'sitting beside her  mother in a theatre caused many  amused glances by her frequent  bursts of comment and laughter.  For a time her mother, unwilling  to be the centre of attraction, succeeded in holding the* irrepressible  in check.   BntHwhen'.a Japanese  WHY NOT  Enjoy Yourself this   -  CHRISTMAS  ,. By wearing- one of our  Nifty Suits or Overcoats  REASONABLY PRICED  W.EIsoflSCo  TBK, KASLO   HOTEL  Kasjo, B. C��������� is a comfortable  home for ali who travel to that  city.  . Cockle & Papwortn.  Nelson, B.C.  First-class in everything.'  Steam heat, electric light,  private - baths. Telephone  in every room. First-class  bar and barber shop. /  'Bus meets all trains.    ' ��������� --  ARLINGTON HOTEL   ...  Trail,' B. C���������This hotel has been  .thoroughly renovated. It is heated  by steam, aud has hot and cold  water in all rooms. A pleasant  ��������� ���������   ��������� home for all who travel.        /('  -������������������.'���������  JAMES WILLIAMSON Proprietor  TREMONT   HOUSE  Nelson, B. C, is run on the American and European plan. Steam  heated rooms. All white labor.  Special attention paid to dining  rc.im.   .  . Knnsonio & Campbell, Props,  ROCK CREEK HOTEL '  ' Rock Creek, B. C. This hotel is.  situated on historic ground, and  has tasty meals and excellent  rooms.  T. R. HANSON, Proprietor.  PATENT SKATE GRINDING MACHINE  Skates will be ground at Kinney's shop    on the only grinder in    .C.  Heavy Eggs  The French Chambers of Commerce   in   London  has recently  made an examination of the egg  market and ascertained that the  largest eggs sold there come from  Denmark.   The Danish eggs are  the most popular, as well as the  heaviest.   The great majority of  them weigh more  than two. and  one-half   ounces.    The    average  American egg has been fonndto  weigh two and two-seventh ounces.  The lightest Danish egg weigh as  much as the heaviest French eggs.  This investigation classified the  egga as to  country only.   Some  years ago American observations  as to breeds of hens.   The North j  Carolina Experiment   Station recorded the weight of eggs that sev-L  TULAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton, B. C. is the headquarters' for miners, investors  and railroad men. A fine location and everything first-class  KIRKPATRICK & MALONE, Proprietors.  QUEEN'S   HOTEL,  FHOH1NI3C     B.   C.       r  The Newest and Largest Hotel in  the City. Everything neat, 'clean  and comfortable. Steam heat and  electric light. Meals and drinks at  all hours.     ���������'.:���������-���������...  HARTMAN & WALSH-  :: -   Props.  BBIDESVIHE   HOTEL." '  "Bridesville, B. C. This hotel is  within easy reach of all the leading  Boundary towns and the centre ol  a fine farmingjdistrict.  THOMAS   WAXSH,   Proprietor.  THE SIMILKAMEEN HOTEL  Princeton. This hotel is new, comfortable  well-furnished, and is close to the railway  depot. Modern accommodation and sample rooms.  ���������SUMMERS & WARDLE. Proprietors  HOTEL KEREMEOS  . '. Opposite" depot. Extensive alter  , ations have recently been made  rendering this hotel one of the  most comfortable in the interior.  , A choice selection of liquors and  cigars. New pool room and sample  roomsjn connection.  Mrs. A. F. KIRBY  ON PARI.E FRANCAIS  NATIONAL HOTEL  GREENWOOD, B. C.  The Really Best House   ���������  in the Boundary.  Recently Remodelled and  Strictly Up-to-Date.'   ���������  Restaurant in connection  OWENj BO YER     - .   PROP  GRAND CENTRAL   HOTBJIj   Opposite Postoffice, NELSON, B. C.  American and European Flans,  H. H. PITTS, Prop.  ARGO  THNNEL  AH signs point to a great  mining revival in B. C. and  particularly in the Greenwood  district. In the vicinity of  Greenwood there are vast  bodies of gold, silver and  copper ores that have not yet  been touched. When they  are Greenwood may become  a second Butte. The Argo is  in good ground, and at any  time may strike a large body  of high grade ore. When it  does Greenwood will be a  hummer.  RIVERSIDE HOTEL  -   Rock' Creek, B. C.   This is one "of  .   the oldest hotels iu the Kettle Valley.   Excellent accommodation for  ali travellers. ������  S. T. LARSEN, Proprietor.  ALGOMA'HOTEL  Deadwood, B. C. This hotel is  within easy distance of Greenwood  and provides a comfortable home  for .travellers. The bar has the  best of wines, liquors and cigars.  f,JAMESlHENDERS0N  Pro rleto  CENTRAL HOTEL  PEOENIX..  One of the largest hotels in  the city. Beautiful location,  fine rooms and tasty meals.  A. O. JOHNSON  PROP.  Ml  EHOLT, B, C.  DAVID 0XLEY  Proprietor.  I***  OL-A LOFSTAD  President  JAMBS McCREJATH  Secretary.  I The Windsor Hotel  $ THE WINDSOR HOTEL ia ono of the Dost furnished  ������ hotels in the west.   It is located in the heard of Green  ly wood and within easy reach of all the financial and  commercial institutions of the Copper Metropolis!  Heated with Steam and Lit by Electricity  Commodious sample rooms.   The bar iB replete with  all modern beverages and the meals aro tho best. Booms  reserved by telegraph.  f*9+<rt*>9<r+4<rW>*<#<r>44*M<r*^^ |  1  ft  m  4  i  ���������Aiu.  <m  t\\  ;  I  n  I  >'* 1  'U  W  i.vi  I  t  ���������(fi  -l!i'iit.Ji'"~'" * " **w^#fyia&eGws&Mi0!!^^ *jW*������fr^ .'MP  ������������%������������������> *���������V-I| -"M  ���������1p':<.  htAkv-MF'ttyWi  THE  LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH , COLUMBIA.  We are  assure you  WE CAN SAYE YOU TIME AND MONEY  By supplying you with your Xuias purchases quickly and at a low price,  devoting special time and attention to the out of town customers and can t.^^v. 7������.  prompt and reliable service. Your correspondence aud orders attended to by.re  turn. We have, the, largest and finest stock ever carried in the interior. Our goods  and prices invite comparison. We will be pleased to send selections on approbation. The'earlier -you.send the larger choice we can give you. Drop us a line and  we will be pleased to mail you our new calender, which is very 'pretty and attractive  J. O. PATENAUDE  Manufacturing Jeweler, Watchmaker and Optician.  NELSON, B.C.  Contractor and Builder  fc������v������*Wvv������*������*m������������w*w*ww������*������w������������ww  TEMPERANCE  is all right if shorn of humbuggery.  . Too much water drinking is just  as injurious as too much liquor or  . anything else.  OUR, PURE WINES  AND LIQUORS  are medicinal if not abused. Every  household should have a moderate  supply of pure wines or liquors in  the closet for emergency���������either  unexpected visitors or sudden illness, when a drop . of pure liquor  in time may forestall all necessity  for drugs.  Greenwood liquor gempany, importers, Greenwood, B. ft ,  [*-*>4������-'M������:h->^>4������^  ���������DEALER IN���������  Doors, Windows, Sash.  All kinds of carpenter work neatly done.  Box 127     -     -   -     Greenwood.  ���������'An Electric Iron'or better still  a small Electric Oyeu, would be  an ideal present for your wife this  Christmas. Drop in at our store  on Copper St. and let us show  you what wonderful electric appliances we carry in stock. Our  rates for current are very reasonable too, much cheaper than fuel.  Electric Irons, per month 50c  Disc Stoves, per month 50c  Small Electric Ovens, per month #1.00  ;'' '.v ,.' ,' '*'' V.'."7''. "*���������''tA\A������''$H\  \'        >   , ���������--������������������ :'-!V>&'av#1  THE.HOME CIRCLE  Pleasant Evening Reveries, A Column Dedicated to  Tired Mothers as they Join'the Home Circle at Evening  Tide,  <-5������*>?s������5i������5S������^^^  ��������� Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish  ��������� 'and Poultry.'   Shops in nearly all the ,  towns of' the Boundary and Kootenay.  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B.C.  Notary Public,  Land^and Mining Agent, ���������  Mining Recorder's Office.  ROCK CREEK, B.C  Greenwood*City, Waterworks Company  i  i������SS'H*aWS������S-35SS'W������WS������S5^^  ^mmmmmmtiyimmnnmimmmmmfflmmmtimimK  I GreenWoM to Phoenix Stage I  ������������ Leaves Greenwood Daily at 3 p. m. 2  H Arrives Greenwood Daily at 10 a. m. S  ST GREENWOOD .OFFICE     \-       .       - CLUB CIGAR STORE 3  H JOHN FULLER       -       ������  ���������    ,       PROPRIETOR 3  liimiauiiiiaiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiaaiiumjiimijiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^l  COUNTY COURT OF YALE.  A SITTING, of the Comity Court of Ynle will  be holden at tbe Court House, Greenwood,  ou Tuesday thool3th day of January, 1914, at  eleven o'clock in the forenoon.  By order,  WAI<TER DEWDNEY,  Registrar C. 0. of Y  =������  ���������oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  R, If. ADAMS  ���������DEALER IN���������  AU Kinds of Feed  "OUR BEST FLOUR"  Always up to Standard  ���������f>0<><><>000<X>00<3<X><X>00<>0<><>000  A right round merry Christmas.  Joy be with you, peace and good will.  A happy home, health and happiness be thine.  | SHOES SHIHED  | At the Windsor Hotel by  I ZACK WATSON  ftt99&9Qr&999Q&9999Q9Q99������r998W������������������9&������9999m&Q08G99������m&  MESSENGER SERVICE  your Razors Honed f  and Your Baths at I  0 AKEitlf d  GREENWOOD,  f ffiy  -AND-  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  TV" THOMAS  CLOTHES CLEANED  PRESSED AND REPAIRED  TAILOR '-' GREENWOOD  OU^^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  ANALYSIS OF WATER.  Chlorine".  8.14  Sulphuric Acid  363.43  Silica . .���������  74-29  I/ime  84.57  Alkalies as Soda   5.91  Magnesia  232.00  Wthia ..-..*.  .86  Sulphuretted Hydrogen 32.00  Has recently been thoroughly  renovated and re-furnished, and  is now the greatest health resort upon the continent. Natural hot water in baths, 124 degrees of heat. A course of baths  at Halcyon will cure nervous  and muscular diseases and eliminate rheumatism and metalic  poisons from the system. The  water heals liver, kidney and  stomach complaints. The rates  are $2 a day up; or ������12 weekly  up. Postoffice, express and telegraph offices in connection.  When you want a headstone or  monument write to the Kootenay  Monumental Works, Nelson, B.C  DR.A.MILLOY  DENTIST  All  the  latest methods  Dentistry.  in   high-class  Imported an-l Domestic  GIGAR&  All that a smokers heart desires at (���������  Walter G. Kennedy's  Don't Be HOODWINKED  WE NEVER CHANGE BRANDS  ��������� ARE A 1 QUALITY  William Boyd, Proprietor,     :     ���������     fialcyoit, B. ft  1 o������g*8^*a������*a���������te������������e������gaacaaa������������o������������*������flaago������goac������������ag*se*aacw8  >��������� a  THE OLD RELIABLE COMMON SENSE SLEIGH  LOO BUILDING  Corner Abbott & Hastings Streets.  VANCOUVER,   -  -   -  B.C.  SOLD BY  .  JAS, G. MOMYNN  GENERAL MERCHANT  MIDWAY  Are You Going to the Old Country  or to    ���������  Ontario, Quebec, NewBrunswick, Nova Scotia  Greenwood & Midway  AUTO STAGE  Leaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 8:20 a.m., & for Oroville at 3:10  p. m. Leave orders at Terhune^s  Cigar Store.       Chablej-t Russell.  The BRILLIANTES  Are tbe Best Clear Havanas In Canada  Made by Union Labor In the best Hygienic Factory in the country.   Call for  them and get value for3yonr money in-  i   ,       stead of rope  WILBERC & WOLZ, Prop. B.C. Cigar  Factory. New Westminster. B. c.  THOUGHTS ON CHRISTMAS  The time draws near, ,the birth of Jesus,   the Christ.  Over the world comes a change, momentary   but' wonderful.    For one day 'the principal motives of human effort  cease to' act and give away to their, opposites]     Charity  replaces   greed;   kindliness replaces jealousy and hate;  brotherhood replaces competition.    Rivalry in  acquisition'  yields to rivalry in giving.   For one day in ' the year the  conduct of the Christian world   conforms not merely/ in  hollow pretense, but in reality, to the precepts of Jesusg  There is on earth, if not peace, at least the willingness to  cease from strife, and if one day is a little to brief to perfect the feeling and practice of good   will  towards men,  still, considering how great the ohange is from ordinary"  habitudes, we contrive a' fair imitation   of it.    Considering, too, tthat the Christmas spirit is expected to last for  one day only, the .world'shows, it must be admitted,, great  respect to the Gallilean shepherd by taking so much pains  to give a air of verisimilitude to .its  brief' submission  to  this rule.   For one whole day we are Christians in deed as  well as name.  * '        * ������   ' .  Men with the rod in the school room are out of demand.-  Teachers with tenderness, appealing to tbe divinest irv  stincts and the noblest .reasons,   are   the schoolmasters  called for,    The gentle woman has found a place  beside  the gentle man for the gentle child.  *    *    *  In these days of degeneracy and lack of gallantry, every  parent should insist on knowing .the whereabouts of  daughters after eight o'clock at night. Too many girls  there are who are permitted to roam the streets at there  own free will at almost'any time of night, and who ultimately come to some bad end, We are not a croaker, neither  do we believe in taking away the freedom, to a reasonable  degree, from the girls and boys, but we do believe there  would be fewer heartaches, fewer broken homes and more  purity and womanliness in the world did every parent keep  the child off the streets at unseemly hours.  flfade' Strong and. Well by Vinol'  When we tell you that.Vinol Is' the '  best remedy in our Whole stock for  making weak, puny, ailing children'  strong, robust arid' rosy we are only,  telling you what,has been'proved by"  hundreds of mothers.  ������������' ^.m ekUagi M*con' Ga- says: '  My child was very thin and delicate, .  no appetite, nervous, and   did   not1  s eep well.   Doctors did not help her.' ���������'  Vinol   was   recommended   and   the'  change after a fair trial was wonderful.   She sleeps, soundly all night, has '  a splendid appetite and has gained in    '  ���������weight.    I wish every mother knew'  what Vinol will, do for delicate chll- <  dren."   . ' . '       '       , .       '  i 'What Vinol did for thia little'girl   "  it'will do for every' weak and ailing - ���������  child   because  sickly "children  need "  the strengthening cod liver 'elements'.'  and the  tonic iron that Vinol  con-   '���������  tains���������that is why Vinol builds them  up quickly and gives them   a   fine,     '  healthy color.   It is pleasant tfi take  and we guarantee that the results' will  satisfy you���������money back' If they, do   >  not \   ������������������     .    ���������  J.1 L. White, Druggist, Greenwood   ;  STARKEY & CO  NE&SON, B. C.  MINING  BROKERS     , '  r  PROSPECTS    BOUGHT   AND   "SOLD  FORKS  I deal in Second-hand,  goods and have the  * largest sign in B. C.  . I buy or.sell anything from a needle  to a carload.  ED. PECKHAM  amSswmmmmmmkwm  '���������:>  I YOUR J  : largest house l  "(RAW]   l&k,  R BUSINESS DIRECT  dealing exclusively In   ..   Get "More Money" for your FURS  SHIP YOUR FURS TO "SHUBERT"   '  a reliable���������responsible���������safe���������FurHouse with nn unblemished reputation existing for "more than a quarter of a century," a long: successful record of sending Pur Shippers prompt���������SATISFACTORY  AND.PROFITABLE returns. Write for "Cfe ���������Sdubtrt ;&&fpj>tr."  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published.!  Wrilo for it-NOW-it's FREE     ' I  AR   -SSI-I? TRFRT   I������������-   2S-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE.I  . P. jnUDLKl, Inc. Dept. 535 CHICAGO. U.S.A.I  lUtssaBaasssMBsaaassBnmrttwBrmur ������������������nm��������� ���������i..im.h ��������� -  Subscribers are reminded that  The Ledge is a year when  paid in advance. When not so  paid it is $2.50 a year.  jxjsssstjajxjxjsstjsstjxjxjsststjfi  ^������������������������Sief������������������S������S������������������KBj^S?3Sr>  ' The VHome Polks" will be g-lad to see you, but further pleased  if, whe you detrain; at -your '.'Home' Town," you are feeling refreshed  and comfortable:"after'your long journey, The Canadian Pacific  equipment and service always leave that satisfied>eliug.   ,  Plumber  and Tinner  I am prepared to ex/  ecute all orders for  J plumbing and tinsmith/  ||   ing in city or country.  I  GEORGE CLERF.  i  gmnimmmmmmmmmfmnmfnnmffnmmmmmmK  I HOCKEY   BOOTS 1  | Stanfield's Underwear. ������  | Bell's Shoes 1  | Mallory Hats |  1 Semi-Ready Clothing I  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations.  ^���������OAI, mining rights of the Dominion, ,  N-'*   in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al- - ���������  berta,  the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of British  Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of  $i an acre.   Not more than 2,560 acres -  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which the  rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be    ,  described by sections, or legal sub-divisions *of sections,   and   in   unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applisant himself.  Each application must be~accompanied-  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  the_ rights applied for-are not available  but not" otherwise. ' A -'royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.       ,   .  ���������The person operating the "mine shall-  furnish the Agent with sworn  returns  accounting for the full-quantity of |mer-,  chantable coal mined and pay the royalty  thereon:    If the coal mining rights are '  not being operated, such returns should  be furnished at least once a year.'  _ The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted lo purchase  whatever available  surface rights may-be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the  rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application should  be made to the Secretary of the Depart,  ment of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  ���������W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  CO., I/T'D.  and let us arrange everything for you���������thus removing many of the  little worries incidental to "getting away."  Tickets to the Old Country on sale daily throughout November  ' andjpecemfcer, final return limit five months/  Tickets; to Eastern Provinces on sale throughout  December,  final return limit three months (with privilege of extension)  Reduced rates from all Kootenay Points to all points east  in Canada.  YOUR CHOICE OF ROUTES.    STOP OVERS  From Greenwood to Toronto $96.70  From Greenwood to Montreal $101,70.  'E. R. RJ3DPATH, J. V;. MURPHY,  Greenwood, B.C.        District Passenger Agent, Nelson, B.Q,  J. E. CAMERON,  Leading Tailor of the Kootenays.  KASLO      B.C,  '     ,     Reaves Mother I*ode  1 9.30 a. m.  I 6:30 p. m.  leaves Greenwood  2:00 p;.,.m.  8:30 p. m.  Saturday last stage leaves  Mother tode 6 p. m. Returning,  leaves Greenwood 10 p. m  I  P. W. GEORGE & C0. \  I     COPPER STREET        ,       GREENWOOD, R G   ^  ������ Greenwood Office I  ������ NORDEN   HOTEL *  JX JX JX Jt JS JX JX JX JX St JX St JX JX JX JX JX  NOTICI  Is hereby  will be made to the L  .   given that application  Icoiico Commissioners of  ASSAYBB  . E. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and  Chemist, Box BI108, Nelson, B. C.  Charges:���������Gold, Silver, lead or Copper,  $1 each. Gold-Stlver, or Si! er-fead,  81.50. Prices for other metals: Coal,  Cement, Fireclay analyses on application. The largest custom assay office in  British Columbia.  !w3f ������/i '������������������/���������eawood 'at the next slttliiirs  thereof for the transfer of the licence for the  sale of liquor by retail from Roy & Boyer to  the1 undersigned for premises known as Natlou-  ai Jaotei.*  Dated this 15th day of December, 1913.  OWEN BOYER  Bank of Montreal  ESTABLISHED 1817  Capital, all paid up, $16,000,000    Rest, $16,000,000.  UNDIVIDED PROFITS, SI,0*S,2l7.aO  Hon. President: Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal GCMG  novo  President: H. V. Merbdith, Esq. ".v-.m.u. ���������������.<_.v.u.  General Manager: Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor  Branches in London, Bag. {^Mgsfflfi} New York, Chicago  Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers.    Grant Commercial and  Travellers' Credits, available in any part of the world.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT 1������|?������������tAu.���������������.t    Current Ilutos.  Greenwood Branch; .-. C. B. Winter, Mgr.  wm0������I������������JB,'h.?re-?3[: *lvcV**at application  Jhi ri,?aie n the ^'"co Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood at the ������ext slitliura  thereof for the transfer of the Licence for tEe  sale of liquor by retail from E. J. Cartier to le  WtaSS?"lot.l?rithe  PremlS09 k��������������� ������ "  Dated this 15th day of December.1913  H.THOMAS.  SMOKE....  Imperator and Kootenay Standard  Cigars.   Made by  J. C. THEUN & Co., NELSON.  The newspaper that always pleases all its readers has never been  published, t  NEW ADVERTISING SCAI,E.  The newspapers in Greenwood, Phoenix and Grantf Forks have adopted the  following scale for legal advertising:  Application   for   Wquor Licence  (30 days). *5i00#  Certificate of Improvement Notice  (60 days) *7.so  Application to Purchase Land No-  tices (60 days)  t~ ,0  Delinquent Co-owner Notices'7������>  i***1?? ;.'���������'���������/ .^^10.00  Water Notices (small).... *7 so  All other legal advertising,''ii' cents a  ine, single column, for the first insertion; and 8 cents a Hue for each subsequent insertion. Nonpariel measurement  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. LL.D., D.GJL, FrealAmt  ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD  0������n������r������l Manna*]- Aoii������t������j������l Ganeral' Manafar  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to  provide himself with funds without delay at each point of hi������ journey in  a convenient yet Inexpensive manner. They are issued payable in every  country in the world In denominations of  $10,   $20,   $50,   $100,   $200  with the exact equivalent In the moneys of the principal countries stated  on tho face of each cheque.    They are economical, absolutely safe self-  identifying;and easily negotiated.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  A, H, MARCON   -  Manager of Greenwood and Bock Crccli Branches  About Float  Float is not a periodical.  It ia a book containing 86  illustrations all told, and  is filled with sketches and  stories of western life.   It   '  tells how a gambler cashed  in after the flush days of  Sandon ; how it rained in  New Denver  long  after  Noah was  dead ;   how a  parson took a  drink   at  Bear Lake in early days ;  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo  in  '93;   how the  saloon man outprayed tho  women in Kalamazoo, and  .    graphically    depicts   tho  roamings   of   a   western  editor among, the tender-  feet in the cent belt.   It  contains the early history  of Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In   it are   printed three  western poems, and dozens of articles too numerous to mention.   Send for  one before it is too late.  The  price   is  25  cents,  postpaid to any part of the  world.   Address   all  letters to  R. T. Lowery  GKEENWOOD, B. C.  Many.people fail to accomplish  anything because they try to do  too much,  The extreme sense of perfection  in some men is the greatest obstacle  to their success.  quickly ntops coughs,  the threat and limes.  cures colds, nnd heals  is      li      30 cents.  ���������V">M  '''/���������'hi  f ' THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA  "/6? fi  jS  000<>0<><H>OH><X>0<)0<>CK>0<>000<>0<>  S   B. C. MINING NEWS   \  0 o  fto<>w?ooo<>ooooooooooooooooo  Mr. V. d'Auria passed through  Lillooet on his way to Vancouver  from Bridge River. Mr. d'Auria  , is interested in the;] "Broken Hill"  mine. He reports rosy prospects  there. After going in fifteen feet  they have struck twenty dollar ore  on a ninety-seven foot lead. They  are working three shifts.  In the immediate vicinity of the  "Broken Hill" are large bodies of  gold-bearing sulphide flux. These  properties are only nine miles from  the new Pacific Great Eastern  Railway. The ore occurs in contact with granite and Bhale. This  contact extends from the Mission1  Mountain in a northwesterly direction to, tbe Shuster and White  basins, a distanco of thirty miles.  Several properties are located in  this contact, principally the Dr.  Christie Gold Copper property,  about 14 miles from the P. G. E.  Railway.  A few miles farther west on the  samo contact as the "Broken Hill"  property are large deposits of iron  sulphides, owned by the White-  Bel 1-Shuster-Tay lor interests.  Some of this ore runs high in gold,  but lack of development makes it  impossible to estimate the true  value of the deposits.  From here to the Whitewater  River, a distance of thirty miles,  showed high values in copper  The company has done nothing  but development work and aie  down two hundred feet. They are  now drifting toward the Richmond property and are finding encouraging showings of the same  kind as the strike made, as they  advance.  The progress of the Richmond  Company is beiDg eagerly watched  in Rossland and throughout the  entire district, as the South Belt is  not now producing and if the Richmond'succeed in marketing their  ore on &' paying basis, it is practically certain that several partly  developed claims in the South  Belt, some of which were producers  in the early days, will be re-opened  and the Camp take on new and  more vigorous life. ���������. Rossland  Miner.  The  Roast that Turkey Right hy getting one of our*(m  Granite Roasters  the formation changes to a sandstone and andisite interspersed  with Devonian Lime and conglomerate. This part of the country is  practically unprospected, but within the last few years very large  deposits pf iron ore. have been discovered in the region of the Whitewater. This consists of large deposits of lemonite or bog iron,  assaying 59.73 per cent, metallic  iron.  There are also large lodes in  place of hard specular hematite.  Although practically no development work has been done on these  iron deposits practical men who  have examined them say there are  millions of tons of valuable ore in  sight which can be mined at a  minimum cost.  Capital and transportation facilities will make this one of the  richest iron producing districts on  the continent. One can scarcely  realize what it means to British  Columbia to possess hematite ore  running irom 50 to 70 per cent,  metallic iron, combined with large  deposits of maznatite, great coal  areas and abundant water power.  ���������Lillooet Prospector.  If reports from the Lardo are to  believed, P. E. Seelye, who is said  to be at the head of the Spokane  syndicate that proposes constructing a gold dredge this side of the  Buschner workings, is preparing  to thoroughly test the ground by  mean s of a steel-cased shaft, which  is to be put down to bed-rock along  the Lardo river, says the Kooten-  aiain.  The theory is that the richer  placer deposits of the Lardo lie  close to bed rock and this is to be  proved or disproved by the sinking  of such a shaft, which . will result  in securing a great deal of extremely valuable information.  Such an understanding may be  quite an expensive one, as it involves the sinking through a mixed  mass of boulders, gravel and dirt,  and a steel casing is about the only  means whereby disastrous cave-ins  may be prevented.  news, that  the Red  Cliff  mine  is   to   be  reopened in the  spring is received with intense satisfaction   on   every  hand.     This  mine, which was one of the mainstays of the camp for its inception,  has now been shut down for the  past 12 months, and the loss of itB  pay roll has been keenly felt.    The  impetus   given to copper mining  generally in this party of the world  by the activity of the Granby Consolidated Mining Co., has been the  direct cause of new capital being  interested, and it is learned on the  very best authority that sufficient  money has been raised to start to  block out the immense bodies of  copper ore already proven to be  existant in the mine.   The  Red  Cliff will eventually   be  handed  down to posterity as a monument of  the never failing faith,  supported  by the untiring energy of its promoter, A. Erskine Smith.  A new   phase   in the , mining  promises to be open early in the  spring.   This is the sacking and  packing out of high grade ore from  the various rich properties in the  district.   Ben   Lawrence  and C.  Kripple   are   this   week   taking  down a scow, on  which they propose to tow up a shipment of several tons of rich silver ore which  they mined on a lease from the  Montana group|Jon Marmot river,  owned by George Bruggy and H.  C.  Magee,  and   which they   will  shortly be shipping to the smelter  at Tacoma.    This is the third of a  series of trial shipments made from,  district properties within the last  two months.   The first came from  the   Rush   &  Bagg  property  on  Glacier creek.     The  returns  received, as published in The Miner,  were more than satisfactory/ The  second was a consignment from the  Useful presents are being more appreciated each year,   Look over our new lines of  Kitchen  Utensils  QEET  HER  One half dozen Community Knives and Forks,   At your  service for fifty years*  " HE NEEDS        ~~~"~  a new razor.    Why not a Gillette Pocket Edition  Our Illustrated Catalogue  Is Fall of Suggestions For Those Who. Must Buy  ���������hmima$ mU ���������  , ,  HENRY BIRKS & SONS, Ltd,, is a firm that is known  from'the Atlantic to the,Pacific as a firm which gives  sure and   honest   values   to   all   buyers of  Jewellery; ,  Diamonds, Watches, Silverware, Cut Glass and Silverware |  Our Big Vancouver Store, which is British Columbia's  store, is one of the largest, best stocked in the world and  certainly there is nothing in America which excels it aiid  its service, This store is your store, To all out of town ���������  orders for Christmas Gifts, we pay strict attention, ind*. |  can give British Columbians quicker returns and better  value for their money than any other store in the. Dominion, It youpiave not received our, illustrated Catalogue write for it today, There is lots' of time yet to  make your selections from our large stock if you hurry,  Write us today,  Fig guessing contest was won by Miss Jean Coles who guessed 3,730.   .The" correct number was 3726.    Highest number guessed was 40,475 and the lowest'150  We m$b all our customers and friends a Stterry  gbrisfnias anA Prosperous,-new ������ear  HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LIMITED  JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS     .  Geo, E, Trorey, Man, Dir, VANCOUVER B, C,  OBSBS  BHU  For making quickly and perfectly, delicious hot biscuits,  hot breads, cake and pastry/  there is no substitute for  Children's Xmas Tree  Lakeview group,  also on Glacier  An important strike has been  made within the past few dayB by  the Eichmond Consolidated Company in the South Belt of Eossland. While working on the Lily  May claim adjoining the Eichmond, and which is now part of  the Eichmond Company's holdings, a vein thirty-five feet in  width    was  encountered   which  creek,  and owned  by J. McKay  and C. Bibean.    In each pf the  three cases the ore has assayed not  less than $100 per ton, while some  of it ran far higher.    On all of  these properties there is a  good  tonnage in sight and encouraged  by this years results the owners  and leasers propose to do things on  a far larger scale next season.   In  addition to these next summer will  see Erickson & Forest shipping ore  from their claims on Bear river,  which   adjoins    those    formerly  worked by the defunct "concern incorporated as the Bear Eiver Canyon Mining Co.  On the whole, perhaps the recent depression in the money market may be a blessing in disguise.  It has been the indirect cause of  the prospector going to work in  self-protection.    The results will  A good social time and Xmas  tree was had by the K. of P's at  their hall on Friday afternoon and  evening when for the first time in  this city a lodge has given the members   children   an ��������� entertainment  and Xmas tree.    There was a large  turnout and at 4 o'clock the children were given a drive around the  city,   which   gave  them a good  appetite for a splendid supper on  their return to the hall.    The hall  was beautifully decorated  and the  Xmas tree reaching to the ceiling  was well laden with presents from  Santa   Claus.    Every   K.    of   P.  child received a   present   of. the  sama value and when Santa Claus  who notwithstanding that he made  a special trip from Labrador, was  in a merry mood and his voice  sounded very much like that of  Mr.   Matthews,  handed the children the present their faces would  beam with delight.   At six o'clock  the wives and members had their  supper and all present seemed to  feel a sense of freedom, and gloomy  faces were absent, or the innocent  fun prevaling was of such a persuasive quality as to fuse all in the  alembic of joy.   Chancellor Commander "White occupied the chair  when the children had au  entertainment    consisting    of    songs,  music, *. and   recitations.     Greenwood is proud of their little children,  as no city of its size can  boast   of  children   of   such   rare  ment.     Those taking part in tho  program being:  Opening Chorus,  Maple Leaf; Phonograph, Mr. Bidder;   recitation,    Lucilo   Barrow;  song)    Nellie   Axam;    recitation,  Muriel Barrow; song  duet,  Adio  and    Lucile   Barrow;   recitation,  Daisie    Axam;    recitation,   Eus.'j  Axam; piano, Nellie Hammerstadt;  song and chorus-girls; recitation,  Addie    Barrow;    song,    Phylis  Spooner; recitation, Nellie Axam.  will not be ourlast, as it brings us  all together, we have the opportunity of getting better acquainted,  and at the same time our children  have a better, chance to learn from  childhood the good this glorious  order is trying to do, and is doing  every day.  As you know this order was  founded in the City of Washington,  D. C, February, 19th, 186-1, hence  on the 19th of Feb; 1914, we celebrate our 50th anniversary. In its  teachings it takes held of. the  hearts of men, appeals alike to the  learned and unlearned, the high  and the low, and strikes the cord  of human sympathy found in all  who do not live for self alone. '  Now this is for the ladies. We  hope that this gathering will have  the tendency to bring the wives of  Knight's closer together, the K.  of P. order has an auxilliary known  as the Pythian Sisters,, those  elegible to join are the wives,  daughters and sisters of Knights  and our aim is, in the near future to  inaugurate an order iu Greenwood  Lodge, No. 29, in many more ways  thau one.  I think every member of this  lodge will agree with me when I  say the ladies had been a big help,  and have taken a load off of our  shoulders in carrying to success  this tree.  Give some people a bite of an  apple and there'll be no core.   -.  If kissing is dangerous, it is at  least a pleasant way to die.  CREAM  COOD NEWS FOR THE  GIRL. WITH UCLY HAIR  Don't mourn over it! Don't envy  others because they nave beautiful hair.  Begin right now to give proper, intelligent care and attention to your hair���������  and then let others envy 'you. Use Harmony Hair Beautifier a delightful liquid  hair dressing that is just what it is named  ���������a hair beautifier.  To make the hair glossy, soft and silky  ���������to make it easier to put up in smooth,  wavy folds, and "stay put"���������to restore to  your hair the well-groomed appearance  you want it to have���������to overcome the unpleasant, oily odor of the hair and leave  instead a delightfully dainty, fresh rose  fragrance���������Harmony Hair Beautifier will  please you, or your money back. Very  easy to apply���������simply sprinkle a little on  your hair each' time before-brushing it  Contains no oil; will not change the color  of thehair, nor darken grey hair.  To keep your hair and scalp dandruff  free and clean, use Harmony Shampoo.  This pure liquid shampoo gives  a rich  lather  that .immediately  penetrates  to  every part of hair and scalp, insuring  a  quick thorough cleansing,   Washed off  as quickly, the   entire operation takes  only a few. moments. . Can't harm  the  hair; leaves- no harshnessor stickiness-  just a sweet cleanliness.  .  Both preparations come in odd-shaped,  very ornamental bottles, with sprinkler  tops.   Harmony  Hair Beautifier, ������i.oo.  Harmony  Shampoo,  sOc.    Both:, guaranteed -to. satisfy you in every wav, or  your money back.   Sold  in  this community only at our store���������The Rexall  Store���������one of the more than 7,000 leading :drug stores of the  United  States.  Canada and Great Britain, which owns  the big Harmony Laboratories, Toronto,  where the celebrated !Harmony Perfumes  and Toilet Preparations are made ���������J. 1,  White, Druggist, Greenwood, B.C.  Sixty Years the Standard  Your friends would like to read  Float. Get one for 25 cents at  the Ledge office.  Oysters and other salt water  fish are served in many styles at  the Windsor hotel.  Do not miss the ski .jumping at  the Winter Carnival in fereen-  wood ou January 14 and 15*  Men and Cigars  The K. of P'e are to be con  gratulated and especially the ladies  speak for themselves, aud smelter for the evening of good things so  returns   will    probably   succeed  where the hot air artist fail���������Stew  art Miner.  The wandering mind is a plague  to mankind.  He is thinking about pleasure  when he should be attending to  business. When he ought to bo at  leisnre hie thoughts worry bock to  his work,  freely provided  In   opening   the entertainment  Mr. F. White, Chancellor Commander of the lodge said;���������  Bro. K. of P's and families, as  C. O. of Greenwood lodge No. 29 I  welcome you to this, our first Xmas  tree. I believe this lodge is the  first in this town to have a gathering ot this kind, and wo hope it  "Certainly, I will make a few  remarks," said the cigar salesman  who, because of his garb, had been  mistaken for a man of the cloth.  Ascending the platform, bo said:  Men aro like cigars: Often you  cannot tell by the wrappers what  the filler is. Sometimes a good  old stogie is raoro popular than an  important celebrity. Some men  aro all right in the show case but  are great disappointments when you  get them home. No matter how  fine a man is, eventually he meets  his match. A two-fer often puts  on as many heirs as a . fifty-center.  Somo men never get to the front at  all except during campaigns. Some  are very fancy outside and are  selected for presents. Others have  a rough exterior, but spread cheer  and comfort about them because  what is inside.   But all  REDUCED RATES  FOR  XMAS  AND  NEW YEAR'S  HOLIDAYS  Fare and one third for round trip  between all Stations Port Arthur  SEALED TENDERS,addressed to the un-  dersipned, and endorsed "Tender fnr  Public Bulldinp.Port Alberni B.C.," will be re^  ceived at this office until 4.00 p.m., on Wednes-  ������aJ ������? D,e^'T.ber "13* for ������'<- construction of  a Publio Building- at Port Alberni, B.C.  Plans, specification and form of contract  can be seen and forms of tender obtained from  H?������ p0SJnT,,raste.rSTat,?(?rt A'berni, and at Nana!-  mo, and Mr. A. J. Chisholm, caretaker Public  Building, Vanconver, at this Department.  Persons tendering are notified that tenders  will not be considered unless made on the  printed forms supplied, and signed with their  actual signatures,, stating their occupations and  ?ia,^? ?' r*7,*den'-;e* I" the case of firms, the  actual signature, the nature of the occupation  fir��������� ������,'a??f,of "S'clence of each member of the  urm must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable to  ph,fM,r.dw ������f the H?'*������'*���������t>le tne'Minlster of  Public Works, equal .to ten per cent (10 p. c.)  ?-\H i1,���������?"1 of the tender- which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter  into a contract when called uoon to do so, or  ian to complete the work Contracted for. If the  turned     UOt acccptecl the clle<l**e will be re-  .������,Tile Department does not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender. .������ ������m.bim  WM. HENDERSON."  Department Public Works tj^**1 ArChUeCt  Victoria, B.C. Dec. 9th, 1013.  Newspapers will not be pitid for this adver-  fi^fhTl' th?r illsert u without authority  irom the Department.���������419fS.  To water Users,  .Mr Varcoe, District Engineer, of-Pro-  tTn1 ^.Branch, U:beat toe  the Court House, Grand Forks, on the  ���������<ww*ri������fDecember: "������aW thi  Court House, Greenwood, on the after-  ^thofrf629^  ������f D^mber and the*  30th of December and will assist Record  Holders who have been required by Board  of Investigation   to- file  Plans  of their  For the Board of Investigation,  J. F. ARMSTRONG,  Chairman  "SS-if2mnjr. reme<Jy   f������f   Couehs   and Colds  smion costs  so  little   nnd does   so muchl'  EXTENSION OF TIME  tim���������y"������,T1CE.,i8 hereby'.Kiven".that   the  ���������e for the reception'of tenders for the conduction of wharfs at Victoria Harbour, B.C.,  a extended to Thursday.-January, 8,1914!  By ordorj    ,  R. C. DESROCHERS, '  Department of Public Works,        Secrctary-  Ottawa, December 9,1913.  LQWERY'S CLAIM.  During the 87 months that Lowery's  Claim was on earth it did business all  over, the world.. It was the most  unique, independent and fearless journal ever produced in Canada. Political  and theological enemies pursued it with  the venom of a rattlesnake until the  government shut it out of [the mails,  and its editor ceasad to publish it,  paity on account of a lazy liver and  partly because it takes a pile of money  to runi a paper that is outlawed. Ihere  are still 20 different editions of this condemned journal in print. Send 10 cents  and get one or $2 and geti the bunch.  R. T.JLOWERY,  Greenwood, B. O.  GET YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS  NOW  -TO-  Vancouv  er  men,, as  cigars, good or bad, two-fers, stogies, rich or poor, come to ashes at  last.  Oa sale December 20th to January  1st. Final return limit January  5th....:,  For further particulars  apply  to any C.P.R.. agent or write.'  I. V. MURPHY,  District Passenger Agent.  Nelson, B,C.  The man who lets his thoughts  stray is always in the way.  His erratic habits are a source of  constant worry in every shop,  every factory, every office,  New French Perfumes  DeVILBLISS PERFUME ATOMIZERS  IVORY T0HJET SETS FOR UDIES  EBONY TOILET SETS FOR GENTLEMEN  NYL0 CHOCOLATES are tbe test  Pure and delicious they stand the test  L.   WHITE  THE REXALL DRUGGIST  p-.��������� REXALL that fs Iffi^ nf a!l:  ?5���������Ll'Jl'U^^.^^^fi-^'-M.i^f^i^^^^^x^  - ���������+r?TWT*','*vxrr  *-.V  J>J!������- tpiUVT*  **M<jm\in_m>������i Wjut<S������-tf -i

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